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Create QRCode in .NET Robust Statistics, Second Edition. By Peter J. Huber Copyright @ 2009 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

This tutorial guides you through the steps to delete a pattern of features from an imported body, separate one of the features, and then pattern it with a different number of features. This introduces some simple surface functions in preparation for 27. Follow these steps:
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his appendix is intended to help anyone who is getting started with SolidWorks needs to rescue an existing but poorly implemented system. Everyone, from a single user to the CAD Administrator of a large installation, can benefit from reading this appendix. Your success with SolidWorks does not only depend on the functionality and quality of the software, or even on how thoroughly you know the software. It also depends on how you maintain the system, license it, install it, and manage the design data, as well as how well your methods are accepted in the rest of the organization. SolidWorks becomes the interface between the engineering department and the manufacturing, IT, project management, and documentation departments. All these components come together to form the overall implementation and integration of SolidWorks into your business processes.
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33.3 EVM The basis of the demodulation measurement on the VSA is the comparison of a measured signal with a perfect reference signal with respect to both magnitude and phase. For each batch of symbols to be analyzed, the demodulated bits of the measured signal are used as the input for creating a perfect reference signal within the analyzer. Note that the error vector can be calculated during the transition between constellation points as well as at the sample times when the symbols are determined. EVM Troubleshooting Although EVM is a convenient quantity for specifying performance on a data sheet, analyzing the error vector information is very useful for troubleshooting system performance. The error vector display and the tabulated error vector data on the VSA provide useful information for isolating the cause of system impairments. EVM Versus Time The EVM versus time display can provide useful information, especially in pulsed multiple access or TDMA systems. For example, if the EVM is signi cantly greater at the start or end of the pulse, this can indicate timing problems with ampli ers switching on or off too early or too late. High EVM values between symbol times can indicate improper baseband ltering being applied to the signal. EVM Spectrum If we apply a fast Fourier transform to the EVM versus time display, then we will see the distribution of error energy with respect to frequency. This can be very useful for revealing the presence of hidden spurs within our signal. Figure 33.4 shows the spectrum of a QPSK signal in the presence of a spur within the bandwidth of the modulation. The display shows how the signal would appear on a spectrum analyzer. The spurious tone is completely hidden within the signal. Figure 33.5 provides the error vector spectrum for the same signal. The error energy is contained mainly within the signal bandwidth. However, a very sharp concentration of error energy in the EVM spectrum reveals the location of the spurious signal, even though it is buried within the desired signal itself.
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Here and in the following, we assume that all transmit symbols are equally likely, such that MLSE and maximuma-posteriori estimation are identical.
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To access this Help feature, open the Windows Help and Support screen and then click the Contact Microsoft Customer Support Online link in the Ask Someone section of this window. You are taken to the screen shown in Figure 12-12.
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