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On the barrel cam in Figure 13.17, notice that a sketch point is being driven along the path. In reality, this does not exactly reflect the motion of the follower around the cam surface. The Path mate does not take into account the tangent contact point between the surfaces; it simply drives the point along the curve. There is a slight amount of error in this scenario, such that the leading or trailing surface of the follower will interfere with the cam, depending on the angle of the cam surface. Also note that the Path sketch entity has nothing to do with the Path mate; it is not required to make the Path mate work. n
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As the Internet grows, each first-level domain is divided into subdomains, or zones. Each zone is an independent domain in itself, but it relies on its parent domain for connectivity to the database. A parent zone must grant permission for a child zone to exist and is responsible for the child zone s behavior. Each zone has at least two DNS servers that maintain the DNS database for the zone. For fault-tolerance purposes, the original specifications stipulated that the DNS servers for a single zone must have separate connections to the Internet and be housed in separate locations. Because of this stipulation, many organizations rely on other organizations to host their secondary and tertiary DNS servers. Hosts within a zone add their domain name to their hostname to form their unique Internet name. Thus, computer fred in the domain would be called fred Because a domain can contain hosts as well as zones, the domain naming protocol can become confusing. For example, the domain can contain host fred.smallorg .org, as well as grant authority for zone to be a subdomain, which in turn can contain the host Although this protocol simplifies the database system, it makes finding hosts on the Internet more complicated.
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Microsoft is unleashing the unwieldy Windows Sidebar with Vista (shown in Figure 4.25). As users who always have too many windows open on their screens, we can t possibly imagine running a wide sidebar that eats up about two inches of the screen. However, we have to admit that as we tested the Sidebar for this book, some of the gadgets are pretty neat. We believe that Microsoft got their inspiration for this from the sidebar that Microsoft Office used to have. Most likely, it was created as a place to use their gadgets (which we will discuss later in this chapter).
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CheckedListBox This control is typically used to list items and display a check box next to them. It has essentially the same functionality as the ListBox control. The CheckedListBox control inherits directly from the ListBox class. Table 27-11 lists the properties, methods, and events that the CheckedListBox class possesses that it did not inherit. Table 27-11: Non-Inherited Members of the CheckedListBox Control Member Name (scope and type) CheckedIndices (Public Instance Property) Description ReadOnly. Returns a collection containing the indices of all checked items in the control. ReadOnly. Returns a collection containing all checked items in the control. Specifies whether an item should be checked or unchecked when it is selected. ReadOnly.
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Each gaming level provides a brief description and age recommendation. After you make a selection, you can see that all the levels preceding your choice are highlighted as well. This indicates that they, too, are allowed to pass through to your child. Note the option at the top of the page to either allow or block games without a rating. It is recommend that you block all unrated games. This ensures that no M- or A-rated games slip through the cracks, exposing your child to unwanted or inappropriate situations.
Software (Continued) development, cost and estimating process, 386 387 erroneous separation from hardware events (Figure 7.7), 106 fault tolerance, 373 quality verification, 374 tools, 417 (see also Computer aids/tools) Software Capability Maturity Model (SW-CMM), 16, 405 Software Engineering Institute (SEI), 15, 16, 403, 404, 405, 406. See also Capability Maturity Model Integrated (CMMI) Software Quality Assurance (SQA), 273 Solar radiation and stock prices (Figure 16.9c), 303 Solution(s): entity, 341 352 initiation (Figure 7.13a), 117 risks by, 234 risks of, 233 234 risks to, 233 space shrinking to trade space (Figure 2.5), 12, 13 system, 9, 143 146 Solution trade space, 10 12 Source Selection Phase (Implementation Period, project cycle), 94 Space shuttle. See NASA Specification owner, roles (Figure 20.9), 379 Spiral development approach, 95, 407 408, 433 Spiral Model, 108, 354, 355, 433 annotated (Figure 13.10), 245 complexity chapter, 354, 355 356 Figure 7.9, 108 overlaid on the Vee (Figure 13.11), 246 project cycle and, 107 108 risk and, 245, 246 248, 348, 355 Vee versus, 348 (see also Vee Model) Staffing, 189 191 Staged representation, 423, 425 426 Stakeholder(s): defined, 433 diverging interests of, 6 7 identifying, 12 15 inf luence, and concurrent engineering, 192 teamwork among, 27 28 types, 14 15 Standards: professional environment, 403 405 project environment boundaries (Figures 2.4, 2.5), 13, 14 regulatory bodies and standards organizations, 406 408 Star Wars initiative, 243 Status/statusing (terminology), 26 27, 197, 313. See also Project status Stillman, Rona, 106 Stovepipes, 61 Structure. See Organization options; Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Public Sub New () code to load configuration file... create the determiner for this data provider based on configuration file values. With PropertyLoader.Instance Dim strAssembly As String = .GetProperty( _ Me.GetType.Name & DETERMINER_ASSEMBLY_TAG) Dim strClass As String = .GetProperty(Me.GetType.Name _ & DETERMINER_TAG) set the Determiner for this data provider. Determiner = CType(Activate(strAssembly, strClass), _ DpDeterminer) using the new Determiner, get the implementation. strAssembly = .GetProperty(Me.GetType.Name & _ INSTANCE_ASSEMBLY_TAG) strClass = .GetProperty(Me.GetType.Name & _ INSTANCE_ROOT_NAME_SPACE) & . & _ Determiner.DataSource & . & _ .GetProperty(Me.GetType.Name & INSTANCE_TAG) set the implementation for this data provider. Implementation = CType(Activate(strAssembly,strClass),_ Implementation.Determiner = Determiner End With End Sub
(6.96) The last matrix AK has to be a general rotation matrix. Filter design can be carried out by defining an objective function and optimizing the rotation angles. Paraunitary FIR Filter Banks based on Reflections. A secondway of parameterizing paraunitary filter banks was proposed in [148]. Here, the polyphase matrix is written as follows:
Between the source and destination, transformations provide functionality to change the data from what was read into what is needed. Each transformation requires one or more data flows as input and provides one or more data flows as output. Like sources and destinations, many transformations provide a way to configure error output for rows that fail the transformation. Many transformations also provide both a basic and advanced editors to configure the component, with normal configurations available from the basic editor when available. The standard transformations available in the Data Flow task are as follows: Aggregate: Functions rather like a GROUP BY query in SQL, generating Min, Max, Average, and so on, on the input data flow. Due to the nature of this operation, Aggregate does not pass through the data flow, but outputs only aggregated rows. Begin on the Aggregations tab by selecting the columns to include and adding the same column multiple times in the bottom pane if necessary. Then, for each column, specify the output column name (Output Alias), the operation to be performed (e.g., Group by, Count ...), and any comparison flags for determining value matches (e.g., Ignore case). For columns being distinct counted, performance hints can be supplied for the exact number (Distinct Count Keys) or an approximate number (Distinct Count Scale) of distinct values the transform will encounter. The scale ranges are as follows: Low: Approximately 500,000 values Medium: Approximately 5,000,000 values High: Approximately 25,000,000 values Likewise, performance hints can be specified for the Group By columns by expanding the Advanced section of the Aggregations tab, entering either an exact (Keys) or an approximate (Keys Scale) count of different values to be processed. Alternately, performance hints can be specified for the entire component instead of individual columns on the Advanced tab, along with the amount to expand memory when additional memory is required. Audit: Adds execution context columns to the data flow, allowing data to written with audit information about when and where it came from. Available columns are PackageName, VersionID, ExecutionStartTime, MachineName, UserName, TaskName, and TaskId. Character Map: Allows strings in the data flow to be transformed by a number of operations: Byte reversal, Full width, Half width, Hiragana, Katakana, Linguistic casing, Lowercase, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Uppercase. Within the editor, choose the columns to be transformed, adding a column multiple times in the lower pane if necessary. Each column can then be given a destination of a New column or Inplace change (replaces the contents of a column). Then choose an operation and the name for the output column. Conditional Split: Enables rows of a data flow to be split between different outputs depending upon the contents of the row. Configure by entering output names and expressions in the editor. When the transform receives a row, each expression is
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