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where i 2 = 1 and V is the unit cell volume. Note that this expression includes the amplitude, |Fhkl |, and phase, hkl , of each Bragg re ection as well as threedimensional positions of points in both crystal lattice and reciprocal space (hx + ky + lz). Moreover, this equation makes clear that all atoms in the unit cell contribute to each and every Bragg re ection ( ). A simpli ed onedimensional example of this is shown in Figure 6.55 but, for a biomacromolecule such as a protein, the electron density map generated is three-dimensional (Figure 6.56). A consequence of Equation (6.29) is that every Bragg re ection in the data-set results from contributions from every atom in the unit cell. In fact, the structure factor Fhkl corresponding to each Bragg re ection is a Fourier series
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Figure 7.4 Stand-alone PACS model and general data ow. The data ow starts when RIS noti es imaging modality and the PACS server that a patient has registered (1). Images are sent from the modality to the PACS server (2), PACS server archives the images (3) and sends to WSs automatically (single-headed red arrows, 4) along with prefetched images (single-headed red arrows, 5); images can also be query/retrieve by the WSs (double-headed red arrows, 6). All WSs have local storage (7). Diagnostic reports are sent back to the PACS server or directly to RIS (purple arrow, 8).
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The second part of the network is the ISP s wide area network (WAN) connection. The WAN link is composed of two aspects: transport and transit. Network transport is the path that carries the data and has a certain maximum bandwidth, while the transit is the actual data. Let s consider an analogy to explain these terms. The transport is like a water pipe that comes to your house from the city water supply corporation. You may have a narrow or wide water pipe. The water pipe is connected to one or more sources of water. The water is the transit. A wide pipe carrying a thin stream of incoming water is not useful. You need a wide pipe and a large flow rate of water supply. Many ISPs have OC-12s or OC-48s to the Internet, but these fast, highbandwidth circuits are a waste without adequate transit. It is, therefore, important to know the actual transit bandwidth and to which service providers you re connecting. Figure 5-5 shows part of the world s IP network, used to carry data over the Internet. The ISP must also have reliable and redundant circuits. Having all the transit on a single pipe is not reliable. A circuit can have many problems such as a misconfiguration at the central office (CO) or a physically cut fiber in the street. Therefore, an ISP must have several fiber providers and several transit providers. There must be a minimum of three of each, and any two should be able to handle the maximum network traffic. An ISP with three T1s (at 1.5 Mbits/second) and one T3 (at 45 Mbits/second) does not have redundant circuits, because if the T3 fails, the provider loses more than 90 percent of its capacity.
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ad hoc A method of allowing wireless nodes to communicate directly with one another. aggregated link A set of two or more physical links that appear to higher-layer entities as if they were a single higher-capacity link. aggregator The entity that performs the operations required to make multiple physical links function as an aggregated link. Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) A protocol that maps the IP address to the MAC address of a node or an interface. aging process A process used in a spanning tree environment that removes dynamic entries from the ltering database when the associated nodes have been inactive for a speci ed time. aging time A process used in a spanning tree environment that speci es the time after which a dynamic ltering database entry will be removed if its associated node has been continuously inactive. AppleTalk A protocol suite developed by Apple Computer, used in Macintosh computers and other compatible nodes. application A process or program running on a node.
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Python uses the ordering in Table 3-2 to guide the evaluation of complex expressions. Expressions using operators higher up in the table get evaluated before those towards the bottom of the table. Operators on the same line of the table have equal priority or precedence. Python evaluates operators with the same precedence from left to right.
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nodes Fig. 8.3 shows two of them. to end system 2. The SET UP message shall contain all the information required by the network to process the call, such as end system address information, traffic descriptor, and QoS parameter information. Upon receiving the SET UP message, the network including end system 2. determines whether the access to the requested service is authorized and available. If so, the network may send a CALL PROCEEDING message to indicate that the call is being processed this is necessary to keep the call timer alive in end system 1.. If end system 2 finally determines that the access to the requested service is authorized and available, it may send a CONNECT message to indicate that the call has been accepted. Upon receiving such an indication, the network shall send a CONNECT message across the user-network interface to the calling user end system 1. and indicate to end system 1 that a connection has been established through the network, as illustrated by 4., 5., and 6. in Figure 8.3. Upon receipt of the CONNECT message, end system 1 shall send a CONNECT ACKNOWLEDGE message to the network, and the network shall not take any action on receipt of such a message since it perceives the call to be in the active state.. At this point, an end-to-end connection is established. The data transmission starts at this time. When end system 1 completes the transaction, it can initiate clearing the call by sending a RELEASE message to the network. The network shall enter the release request state upon receipt of a RELEASE message. This message prompts the network to disconnect the virtual channel, and to initiate procedures for clearing the network connection to the remote user. Once the virtual channel used for the call has been disconnected, the network shall send a RELEASE COMPLETE message to end system 1, and shall release both the call reference and virtual channel i.e., the VPI or VCI.. End system 1 then disconnects the virtual channel a timeout method is used when a RELEASE COMPLETE message hasn t been received for a certain amount of time., as illustrated by 9. 12. in Figure 8.3.
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designed for each product so as to indicate its potency in a manner adequate to satisfy the interpretation of potency given by the de nition in 21 CFR 600.3(s). Functional analyses accompanying the expansion process development leading to a full product characterization and optimization of manufacturing steps are prerequisites that allow for the creation of a safe and effective CBMP. This chapter demonstrates that rapid and standardized expansion of human MSCs to achieve a reasonable cell dose (i.e., 2 106 /kg body weight of a 75-kg person corresponding to 1.5 108 MSCs) is feasible within less than four weeks. Replacing FBS with human platelet lysate (HPL) provides one strategy toward a safer CBMP (Figure 2). Appropriate preclinical development adhering to GMP principles will enhance safety in the course of a consecutive clinical evaluation of MSCs as a therapeutic agent.
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I m sure you could easily figure out how this dialog box works, but a few hints may speed you on your way: When you select the Horizontal radio button, the warp occurs as the shape in the Style pop-up menu suggests. If you choose Vertical, the warp is applied as if you turned the shape on its side. Use the Bend value to change the direction of the curve. For the warp style selected in Figure 15-21, for example, a positive Bend value curves the text upward, as shown in the top example in Figure 15-21, and a negative value curves the text in the opposite direction, as shown in the second example. You can use the Horizontal and Vertical Distortion options to create perspective effects. Horizontal Distortion puts the origin point of the perspective to the left if you enter a positive value and to the right if you enter a negative value. I used a positive value to create the third line of text in Figure 15-21. Vertical Distortion, as you can probably guess, places the origin point above the text if you enter a positive value and below the text if you enter a negative value. I created the bottom line of type in Figure 15-21 by entering a positive Vertical Distortion value. If you edit warped text, Photoshop reapplies the original warp to the layer.
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Efforts to simplify the identification of risks and minimize the demands on those who perform this function often lead to the use of checklists of standard risks from previous projects or that are known to arise in a particular context. Checklists are quick to use, and they provide useful guides for areas in which the organization has a depth of experience, particularly for projects that are standard or routine in nature. Sometimes these take the form of standard procedures that have a similar effect. For example, many organizations have checklists for such frequent activities as tendering or contract negotiations, designed to avoid or minimize the risks in those activities. Often, the checklists are part of the organization s quality assurance procedures and documentation. While checklists can be valuable for routine activities, they can be a major handicap for non-standard or unique projects. When a project is not the same as anything the organization has dealt with before, then a checklist can provide a constraint on creative thought by preconditioning the expectations of those involved and blocking the identification of risks that go beyond those in the list, so that the unique aspects are not assessed as fully as necessary. For projects that involve new features, a brainstorming approach is recommended initially, with checklists reserved for stimulating brainstorming sessions, reviewing the identification process and ensuring that no known issues have been left out. Similar comments apply to the use of previous project experience as a guide for generating lists of risks. 27 contains checklists of risks from a variety of sources, including lists developed for recent procurements through structured brainstorming. Additional examples relating to specific forms of procurement are provided in s 15 and 16. Individual
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di ering only in their composition in terms of the MOs. If the MOs form an in nite complete orthonormal set, then so do the determinants constructed from them. The HF equations were solved in a nite basis of dimension, n, and so yielded n MOs which form an orthonormal set. Since n b Ne , (b1 Ne , in the case of RHF), the ``extra'' MOs can be 2 used to generate new determinants from the HF determinant (which is constructed from the Ne MOs of lowest energy) by replacement of the occupied (in pHF ) MOs by empty (``virtual'') MOs. The determinants are called electron con gurations because they describe the distribution of all of the electrons. A con guration constructed from pHF by replacement of a single occupied MO by a virtual MO is called a singly excited con guration because one can imagine it arising from the excitation of an electron from an occupied MO to an empty MO. If determinants are constructed from all possible single excitations, the number of singly excited determinants would be Ne n Ne . For example, a calculation on the water molecule with the 6-31G* basis set would generate 19 MOs and 90 singly excited con gurations (70 in an RHF calculation). If one generated the list of determinants from all possible replacements among the set of MOs, the set of con gurations so obtained is said to be complete and forms a nite complete ortho-
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Table 15.11 Evaluated Flow Parameters Gas Velocity (ft/s) 1.73 1.46 1.62 1.42 1.48 1.45 1.16 Fuel/Air Ratio (actual) 0.145 0.119 0.185 0.158 0.163 0.154 0.147 Fuel/Air Ratio (theoretical) 0.17 0.18 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.25
for any n N (natural numbers). Recalling integration by parts, we see that
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Figure 4-4: The results of selecting (top to bottom) the R (Red), G (Green), and B (Blue) radio buttons.
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