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long absorber, and position determination is carried out from an analysis of the pulse shape. Another approach by Ohno et al. (2002) uses a single SQUID channel with a segmented TES that has different time constants for absorption in the different TES segments.
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While the generation and validation of test cases allows for detection of errors, it does not really support the localization of errors. The set of all axioms, class and instance de nitions sometimes express complex relationships and axioms often interact with other axioms when processed. Thus, it is frequently very dif cult to overview the correctness of a set of axioms and detect the faulty ones. In order to avoid problems, OntoEdit allows for de ning several standardized properties of relationships by clicking on the GUI (viz. symmetry, transitivity and inverseness of relations) and a graphical rule editor for other types of axioms. In order to locate problems, OntoEdit takes advantage of the underlying inference engine, which allows for introspection and also comes with a debugger. A very simple but effective method to test axioms with test cases, for example, is to switch off and switch on axioms. A more sophisticated approach uses visualizations of proof trees by tracking back the drawn inferences to the test instances. Therefore semantic errors in rules may be discovered. A more detailed description of OntoEdit s facilities for the analysis of typical queries and error avoidance and location can be found in Sure et al. (2002).
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The first normal form means the data is in an entity format, such that the following three conditions are met: Every unit of data is represented within scalar attributes. A scalar value is a value capable of being represented by a point on a scale, according to Merriam-Webster. Every attribute must contain one unit of data, and each unit of data must fill one attribute. Designs that embed multiple pieces of information within an attribute violate the first normal form. Likewise, if multiple attributes must be combined in some way to determine a single unit of data, then the attribute design is incomplete. All data must be represented in unique attributes. Each attribute must have a unique name and a unique purpose. An entity should have no repeating attributes. If the attributes repeat, or the entity is very wide, the object is too broadly designed. A design that repeats attributes, such as an order entity that includes item1, item2, and item3 attributes to hold multiple line items, violates the first normal form. All data must be represented within unique tuples. If the entity design requires or permits duplicate tuples, that design violates the first normal form. For an example of the first normal form in action, consider the listing of base camps and tours from the Cape Hatteras Adventures database. Table 2-3 shows base camp data in a model that violates the first normal form. The repeating tour attribute is not unique. To redesign the data model so that it complies with the first normal form, resolve the repeating group of tour attributes into a single unique attribute, as shown in Table 2-4, and then move any multiple values to a unique tuple. The BaseCamp entity contains a unique tuple for each base camp, and the Tour entity s BaseCampID refers to the primary key in the BaseCamp entity.
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The key to the analysis and understanding of Rubik's cube is to label certain simple moves, such as a half-turn of one face, and then to consider sequences of moves represented by their labels. Using the standard labels, the six faces are labelled up, down, right, left, front and back, and each face can be given a clockwise twist, an anticlockwise twist, or it can be rotated through 180 (For the front face these would be denoted by F, F' and F2.) We can now label sequences of moves such as F'RFR and RUR 2 FRF 2 UFU 2 What we have here is a kind of algebra, and the fact that in this case algebra is so powerful where geometry fails us illustrates an important feature of mathematics, and the way that our brains work. In situations which are sufficiently simple, a picture is the clearest possible way to show us what is happening, which is why mathematicians draw graphs of functions, use geometrical diagrams in two dimensions, and pictures or models of three-dimensional objects, and even use computer images to give them some idea of what objects in four and more dimensions 'look like'. What is more, such visual images can show us features which are very difficult to describe in symbols. Yet, when the situation becomes too complicated, our sense of sight - our visual imagination - gives up, and we are forced to resort to symbols and algebra, which prove to be very effective. In fact, all the possible moves on Rubik's cube form a group. We can illustrate what a group is by, once again, going to a simple example. Figure 6.36 shows a shallow equilateral triangular tray holding one tile. On the tile is an arrow. On the right, the tile has been placed incorrectly in the tray: the dotted figure indicates that the arrow is now on the back of the tile. Our puzzle is to return the tile to its correct position using two types of move. We can rotate the tile clockwise through an angle of 120 move A, or through an angle of 240 denoted by AA or A2; or we can flip it about one of the lines of symmetry of the triangle. These have been labelled P, Q and R in Fig. 6.37.
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