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There is an ongoing battle between database architects and designers, and their objectoriented application architect and designer brethren. Some organizations feel one view should dominate them all. So it is not uncommon to see database organizations that are charged with the responsibility of designing the enterprise component model. This is a serious mistake. Such models often consider data without functionality and that is only half of the component view of the world. Both aspects must be accommodated in any component model. In addition, a data-centric view often gives rise to components that are merely artifacts of relational database design. For example, consider the CustomerAddress illustrated in Figure 2.5 of the DataVision AntiPattern. This component is really nothing of the sort. Rather, it is an artifact of the relational database model intended to codify the many-to-many mappings between customers and addresses. The table may certainly be needed, but it should never surface as a full-fledged component because it has no crisp state or behavior, and has no ties to the business domain.
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Meridional rays are rays traveling in a single plane containing the z-axis called the optical axis. The transverse axis can be called the y-axis. Under the paraxial approximation sin y y , rays traveling in such a plane can be characterized in terms of a 2 2 matrix called the ray-transfer matrix. A meridional ray at z zi in the paraxial approximation is characterized by its position yi and angle yi , as shown in Figure 8.7. This will be denoted as a pair yi ; yi . Consider the traveling of the ray within an optical system from z z1 to z z2 as shown in Figure 8.8.
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Figure 6.15. Summary of content of Cluster 1
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A straightforward consequence (which we have already proved by direct means in 1) is that if X = {X(t) : t T } is a Gaussian process de ned on a compact separable topological space such that almost surely the paths t X(t) are continuous, the mean m(t) and the covariance function r(s, t) := Cov(X(s), X(t)) are continuous functions. In fact, it suf ces to note that each continuous path is bounded, so that the theorem can be applied and one can use Lebesgue dominated convergence to prove continuity. 5. To illustrate the fact that these inequalities are not usually signi cant from a numerical point of view, let us consider the simplest case, given by the Wiener process (Brownian motion). Let {W (t) : t [0, 1]} be the Brownian motion on the unit interval and M its maximum. It is well known (McKean, 1969) that the re ection principle implies that the distribution of M is that of the absolute value of a standard normal variable. It implies that E(M) = 2/ = 0.7989 . . .
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