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Sometimes it may be difficult to find the series resistance correction because of highlevel injection occurring at high current densities. At a certain current density level the assumption of low-level injection will be violated. Extrapolation yields voltage VEB and current J* at which the minority carriers n (x = 0) equal the doping level NA:
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The disadvantage of the method considered above is that for calculating the representation (y. of a new X we first have to calculate P before (3.55) can be solved. Much more interesting is the computation of the representation a by means of the reciprocal basis {ei; i = 1 , 2 , 3 . . . n } , which satisfies the condition (cpi,ej) = , i , j = 1 , . . . ,n, (3.57)
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As of this writing, Microsoft and IBM both had cooperating UDDI directories operational and available for general use. These sites include operational Web Services, which can be called to programmatically manipulate and query the UDDI registry database. If you're using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET to create your Web Services or Web Service consumer applications, you can use the Web Reference feature to search these online UDDI directories automatically. In fact, the Visual Studio .NET Web Reference feature is itself a consumer of the UDDI Web Services. Alternatively, if you're not using Visual Studio .NET, you can use the UDDI Web site to search for Web Services. The Web site contains interactive forms for manipulating and querying the registry database. If neither of these methods suits your needs, you can also download a UDDI SDK from either Microsoft or IBM and use it to create your own custom search tool. Cross You'll learn how to use these services in 49 and Reference 50. Web Service discovery Web Service discovery is the process of locating one or more related documents that describe a specific Web Service. Recall that Web Services are described in terms of the request messages they can process and the response messages (if any) that they return. These capabilities are described in a standard way by using the Web Service Description Language (WSDL), which is an XML grammar specifically designed for this purpose. Before you can submit requests to a Web Servi ce, you must know how to format a request for a particular service. It must be in the form of a message that encodes the operation requested (such as converting a temperature from one unit to another), as well as any data required to carry out the operation (such as the input temperature, the source units, and the target units). In addition, you must know whether or not to expect a response message from the Web Service and what format this response will take (such as the converted temperature value). The Web Service discovery process permits a consumer to search for and locate the WSDL document for a Web Service. A consumer must have the WSDL document before any requests can be properly formatted and delivered to the Web Service. The DISCO specification defi nes an XML-based grammar and algorithm for discovering the existence of Web Services and locating their WSDL documents. Using DISCO, you can define search trees that are processed according to the DISCO algorithm to locate Web Service descriptions. Of course, if you already know the location of the WSDL document for a specific Web Service, this discovery process isn't needed. Cross See 44 for a discussion of DISCO. Reference Discovery documents are XML files that have a file type of .disco or .vsdisco (when automatically generated by Visual Studio). A discovery document is a container for two types of elements: pointers to WSDL documents, and pointers to other discovery documents. These pointers take the form of URLs and can be absolute or relative. The <contractRef> element is used to link to Web Service WSDL documents, whereas the <discoveryRef> element is used to link to other discovery documents. Th e following sample illustrates the format of a disco document: < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <discovery xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/disco/"> <contractRef ref="http://localhost/CTemp/CTemp.asmx wsdl" docRef="http://localhost/CTemp/CTemp.asmx"
To access the toolbar with the Corner Treatment options, you can click the pink dot at the intersection of the path segments. Default corner treatment settings are made in the Structural Member PropertyManager, but they may need to be adjusted individually. Two situations do not require corner treatments. The first situation is when a line intersects another line at some location other than an endpoint in the same Structural Member feature; for example, a support meeting the main member in the middle. In this situation, the member that ends in the middle of the other member is trimmed to a butt joint. The second situation is when an intersecting member is created by a later Structural Member feature. You deal with this situation by using the Trim/Extend function, which I describe later in this chapter.
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