Including Media Enhancements in .NET

Integrate UPC-A Supplement 5 in .NET Including Media Enhancements

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not always straightforward in all applications (as will be discussed further below). The fact that earlier simulation models for quantitative analysis also did not take into account the different physical behavior of electrons at low voltages, could have been a third reason for many researchers not to use FEG-SEM or LV-SEM for quantitative analysis. However, many changes in the available software are being made, and, for example, the CASINO Monte Carlo program (Hovington et al., 1997), which was adapted for quantitative particle analysis in the presented research, was originally developed for this reason, implementing improved functions for better simulating the electron interactions at low voltages. The interest in low-voltage analysis is growing, so further studies using FEGs for quantitative analysis are to be expected in the future. The most spectacular technological evolutions can probably be found in the development of Xray detectors (explained more in detail in other subchapters of this book). Although wavelengthdispersive spectrometers (WDS) are able to record spectra with very high resolution, their applications for particle analysis are rather limited. Due to its low quantum and geometry ef ciency, a higher beam current has to be set in order to cause enough electron interactions which result in a suitable amount of detected X-ray signals. Since WDS also requires long measuring times, the exposure of small or volatile particles could cause damage or even total evaporation (Szal ki et al., 2001a). The o long measuring times also limit the applicability of WDS, because particle studies mostly involve the analysis of huge amounts of particles, which would require too much time. These disadvantages limit WDS to the analysis of more stable particles, e.g. metal oxides or silicates (Ortner et al., 1998; Ortner, 1999; H ich et al., 2000). o The improved energy-dispersive (semiconductor) spectrometers (EDS), which can now also detect the X-rays from light elements (with atomic number Z < 11), have proven their usefulness for particle analysis. The replacement of the beryllium detector window in the earlier models by a much thinner window has almost become the new standard. The rst real attempts to use a different
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The Windows 7 User Interface.............................................................................................................. 226 Customizing the Start Menu ............................................................................................................. 226 Configuring Folder Options .............................................................................................................. 231 Replacing Windows 7 s Compressed Folders with Something More Useful ................................ 232 Replacing the User Interface ............................................................................................................ 233 Branding Windows 7 like a PC Maker............................................................................................. 234 Making It Faster: Performance Tweaks ............................................................................................... 238 Taking Out the Trash ........................................................................................................................ 238 Making It Boot Faster ........................................................................................................................ 239 Using Windows 7 s Performance Options........................................................................................ 241 Appearance and Performance Tweaking ........................................................................................ 243 Monitoring Performance and Reliability.......................................................................................... 244 Improving Windows 7 s Memory ..................................................................................................... 246 Summary ................................................................................................................................................. 250
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INDEX Entity development /solution, 341 352. See also Vee Model Environment, project: communication, 60 61 leadership and, 323 327 organizational commitment, 42 44 requirements change (Figure 9.3), 143 Environmental testing, 160 Environment Baseline Phase, Eight Phase Estimating Process, 417 ESL, 38 Essentials of project management, five. See also specific essentials: organizational commitment, 21, 25 26, 37 47 project communication, 21, 26 27, 48 68 project cycle, 22, 28 31, 84 128 situational techniques/tools (ten management elements), 22, 31 33, 129 134 (see also specific elements) corrective action, 32, 133, 312 318 opportunities and risks, 32, 132, 223 253 organization options, 32, 33, 131, 167 180 project control, 32, 132 133, 254 277 project leadership, 32, 133 134, 319 337 project planning, 32, 131 132, 196 222 project requirements, 32, 130 131, 137 166 project status, 32, 133, 292 311 project team, 32, 131, 181 195 project visibility, 32, 33, 133, 278 291 teamwork, 21, 27 28, 69 83 Estimate at completion (EAC), 306, 307 Estimated completion date (ECD), 299 Estimate to complete (ETC), 306, 307 Estimating: costing/pricing process, 215 219 Eight Phase Process, 415 420 Phase 1: Design Baseline Phase and Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), 415 Phase 2: Size Baseline Phase, 416 Phase 3: Environment Baseline Phase, 417 Phase 4: Baseline Estimate Phase, 417 418 Phase 5: Project Estimate Phase, 418 419 Phase 6: Risk Analysis Phase, 419 420 Phase 7: Budgeting Phase, 420 Phase 8: Dynamic Data Collection Phase, 420 421 Ethical /legal issues, 74 76 European Commission, 264 265 Evolutionary development, 116, 356, 357, 407 408, 429 Evolution of typical project, 42 43 Executive management review, 288 Expected value (EV), 237 Expenditure profile, typical (Figure 7.4), committed versus spent, 90 Expert reviews, 275 276 Expressive style, 335 Extreme Programming, 15, 140, 378
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Numerous third-party lens manufacturers build quality lenses that use the Sony Alpha mount or the Minolta A-type lens mount. Tamron and Sigma are two of the biggest third-party lens manufacturers, and they both carry a wide variety of lenses that are compatible with the A700. Some of the lenses produced for the A700 from Tamron include a 70-200mm f/2.8 zoom lens, a 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5 ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 17-50mm f/2.8 standard zoom lens. Lenses produced by Sigma for the Sony Alpha mount include the 70mm f/2.8 Macro lens, the 150-500mm f/5-6.3 super-telephoto lens, and the 8mm f/3.5 circular Fisheye lens.
Scanning and Reading ...................................................................................................................................................205 Clear Writing .................................................................................................................................................................207 A Visual Hierarchy..........................................................................................................................................................210 Make links look like links ..................................................................................................................................213 Separate elements with white space ................................................................................................................213 Know the steps to accomplish a task ................................................................................................................215 Navigation........................................................................................................................................................217 User Testing...................................................................................................................................................................218 Problem spotting..............................................................................................................................................218 Testing methodology .......................................................................................................................................219 Summary .......................................................................................................................................................................219
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At this point, you may be asking, What about flexible layouts There are two approaches to layout. The fixed layout specifies an exact width for the site design; when you alter the size of the browser window, the content width remains the same. But a flexible, or liquid, layout uses percentages instead of pixels to determine width. In such a layout, the width changes as the browser window moves, filling the space. Although there can be good reasons to use a flexible layout, I m a strong advocate of the fixed variety. For a designer, a fixed layout provides a constraint that makes it easier to control the look and feel of the site; you know where every element will sit relative to its neighbor. And flexible layouts produce too many variables when you consider the wide variety of screen sizes available: Will it be too cramped on an 800 600 display Ridiculously wide on a 1920 1200 display I have enough to worry about with my design! You ll find that most sites that are professionally done rely on fixed widths. Unless you see a compelling reason to do it otherwise, I recommend giving yourself a break and putting your foot down on the width! Now, given the limitation of a 1024-pixel screen width and the fact that you want to design for a fixed-width site, you re left with few options. When you account for the browser chrome (the browser s window and window elements, including scrollbars), you can probably count on having somewhere between 950 and 970 pixels of width. Anything wider spills past the window boundaries, and anything narrower is too narrow on larger screen sizes. As it happens, a width of 960 pixels is a perfect number for grid design. If you divide it by 12, you get 80 pixels; divide it by 16, and you get 60 pixels. Figures 11.4 and 11.5 show these two grids as they would appear in a Photoshop file. Figure 11.4 A 12-column grid with a 960-pixel width
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