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Part V Business Intelligence
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sensitive volume of the detector. These effects are independent of the segmentation of the detector electrodes but the segmentation, i.e. strip pitch in a strip detector, should be designed taking into account these effects. Even if there were no technological limitations on precision of electrode patterns one could not obtain spatial resolution better than determined by the intrinsic effects of scattering and diffusion. From a practical point of view it is very important that one understands the intrinsic resolution of the semiconductor material as this allows one to optimize the design of the detector accordingly, taking into account other aspects like, for example, very important limitations due to readout electronics. For most of the later considerations it is assumed that the photons enter the detector either from the top or from the bottom side, perpendicularly to the surface, as shown schematically in Figure 4.5.2. There are some particular applications, in which the detector is illuminated from the edge side, along the strip, and they will be discussed separately. The measured position of a photon entering the detector at point xentry is given by the position xmeas reconstructed upon the electrical signals recorded at the readout strips. Depending on the readout method used the reconstructed positions will be a set of discrete numbers corresponding to strip positions or some numbers elaborated in a more sophisticated way using the signal amplitudes measured on the strips clustered around the position of photon entry. Thus, assuming that the detector surface is illuminated uniformly with photons, as shown in Figure 4.5.2, one can build up a distribution of residuals (xmeas xentry ) for a given strip and de ne the spatial resolution as: x = (xmeas xentry )2 (4.5.1)
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USE CHA2 go CREATE FUNCTION fEventList () RETURNS Table AS RETURN( SELECT dbo.CustomerType.Name AS Customer, dbo.Customer.LastName, dbo.Customer.FirstName, dbo.Customer.Nickname, dbo.Event_mm_Customer.ConfirmDate, dbo.Event.Code, dbo.Event.DateBegin, dbo.Tour.Name AS Tour, dbo.BaseCamp.Name, dbo.Event.Comment FROM dbo.Tour INNER JOIN dbo.Event ON dbo.Tour.TourID = dbo.Event.TourID INNER JOIN dbo.Event_mm_Customer ON dbo.Event.EventID = dbo.Event_mm_Customer.EventID INNER JOIN dbo.Customer ON dbo.Event_mm_Customer.CustomerID = dbo.Customer.CustomerID LEFT OUTER JOIN dbo.CustomerType ON dbo.Customer.CustomerTypeID = dbo.CustomerType.CustomerTypeID INNER JOIN dbo.BaseCamp ON dbo.Tour.BaseCampID = dbo.BaseCamp.BaseCampID)
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Note that the CTemp proxy class inherits from the .NET class named System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapHttpClientProtocol, which implies that the CTemp proxy uses HTTP and SOAP as the communications protocol to invoke the CTemp Web Service. Now direct your attention to the declaration and implementation of the CTemp method in Listing 50-1. As you can see, the proxy method declaration is identical to the CTemp Web Service method, using the name number, order, and type of arguments. But the actual implementation is quite different. The proxy class does not perform any conversion of temperature units, as does the actual Web Service. Instead, the proxy method contains just a few lines of code, as follows: Dim results() As Object = Me.Invoke("CTemp", New Object() {Temperature, FromUnits, ToUnits}) Return CType(results(0),Decimal) The first line of code calls the Invoke method of the proxy class to synchronously call the CTemp Web Service and return the result. The second line of code converts the result to the proper type (Decimal) and returns this result to the caller. Of course, your call to the CTemp proxy and its call to the actual CTemp Web Service method are all marshaled on your local Web server by using XML, HTTP, and SOAP. Your proxy class, however, could just as easily have been calling the CTemp Web Service on a machine in another room, across the country, or even halfway across the world! This distinction is completely hidden from the consumer of the Web Service, as is the fact that the proxy is exchanging SOAP messages with the CTemp Web Service. All you have to do is create an instance of the proxy class and invoke its methods as if it were a local class. What could be easier
If you re going to stick with Microsoft s firewalls, we highly recommend that you use the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security. You can access this by typing firewall in the Start menu Search box. Though the names look similar, Windows Firewall with Advanced Security and Windows Firewall are not at all the same product. The Advanced Security firewall is a true firewall (see Figure 7.6). It monitors incoming and outgoing data for true protection. This is a major improvement over the standard Windows Firewall in Vista that only monitors incoming data. The firewall is displayed through the Microsoft Management Console (MMC). When you launch it, the firewall gives you a quick status overview of how your system is being protected. The overview gives you high-level information concerning your Domain Profile, Private Profile, and your Public Profile. Each profile allows you to see whether or not inbound and outbound connections that do not match a rule are allowed. By default, all inbound connections not matching a rule are blocked, while all outbound connections are allowed.
n Live icons: When you navigate to a folder that has a number of items in it, some of the icons will actually transform into thumbnails. This feature is not new, but this part is: The thumbnails actually show what s in the file as a preview. Many file types that Windows recognizes, such as photos, videos, Word documents, and Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files generate such previews. n The Games folder: Windows Vista takes great pains to cater to gamers, and the Games folder is the shell s way of welcoming gamers to the new operating system. Windows Vista-aware games will automatically install their shortcuts to the Games folder, and the folder provides a centralized location for organizing games, setting parental restrictions, enabling compatibility modes for legacy games, and more.
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The key to OLE DB is found in the consumer and provider metaphor used to describe the technology. OLE DB is a method for connecting data from data providers to applications that consume the data. Well-defined steps must be completed in order to create some common ground between the variety of data providers and the consumer. OLE DB is a COM CoType or related group of COM interfaces that is described in a discoverable hierarchy, qualified by properties and controlled by events. Generally, OLE DB tries to deliver rows and columns of data to consumers. Some providers are not well suited to such descriptions. The CoType hierarchy provides a ladder on which different types of data can ascend from unknown sources to the consumer, beginning at different rungs on the ladder yet coalescing at the point of delivery, known as the CoCreateInstance CoType. Each rung of this conceptual ladder can be thought of as a consumer of the rung below and a provider to the rung above. These transitions are collectively known as interfaces. All interfaces inherit from the primordial IUnknown interface. This shows how the components are useful and reusable in that each CoType is similar in form even if very different in function. This is easily borne out if the structural similarities among the ADO objects are considered. At the simplest level, each has properties and methods, and participates in a member hierarchy.
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