Ppt on channels of distribution diagram

OD-1 CSE333 Architectural Specification and Optimal Deployment of Distributed Systems Profs. S. Demurjian and A. Shvartsman Computer Science & Engineering.

When to Use Deployment Diagrams “… In practice, I haven’t seen this kind of diagram used much. Most people do draw diagrams to show this kind of information but they are /Distribution System  Composed of Several Subsystems  Consumers Are Decoupled From Suppliers Using a Typed Event Channel:  One Supplier Pushes Event Data to Multiple Consumers  Servers Use Typed Event Channels to Distribute Notifications of Changes to Available Data  Typed Event Channels Are Also Used to Deliver Signals and Distribute/


Principles of Project Management

often due to 20% of the causes Pareto diagrams are histograms that help identify and prioritize problem areas Project Management - Project Bailout - www.ProjectBailout.com Project Management - Project Bailout - www.ProjectBailout.com Standard Deviation Standard deviation measures how much variation exists in a distribution of data A small standard deviation means that data cluster closely around the middle of a distribution and there is little variability/


River Engineering Stream Restoration Canals

Application of Shield’s Diagram Find minimum particle size that will be at rest Often bed is turbulent quartz sediment Example (Susquehanna River at Binghamton) 1 m deep, S = 10-4 Therefore 1.1 mm diameter sand will be at rest. Result is “armoring” of river bed with large gravel as smaller sediment is flushed out. Application to Channel Stability Assumed uniform shear stress distribution/


ITP of Peking University Aug 25, 2009 ITP of Peking University Aug 25, 2009.

rate of the single-top signal and by comparing different production modes. Also important background for Higgs search. 4, Different production modes can be measured separately due to different final states and kinematic distributions. The s-channel mode/ Phys. Rev. Lett. 99:191802(2007). ) D0 direct search result through single top production:  @Tree level: FCNC vertices Feynman diagrams for different subprocesses There are 3 main subprocesses which contribute at hadron colliders, g u  t g, g g  t ubar, /


“There are three classes of people: those who see

.1.7 is the 7th channel of the board #1 in the equipment #2 (integer input) The 5 Languages of IEC 61131-3 Instruction List Structured Text Sequential Function Chart LD A ANDN B ST C C:= A AND NOT B Step 1 N FILL Step 3 Step 2 S Empty Transition 1 Transition 2 Function Block Diagram Ladder Diagram A B C -| |--|/|----------------( ) AND A/


Discrete Event Simulation Speaker: Yeh, En-Hau Advisor: Phone Lin MCN Lab., Dept. of CSIE, NTU

servers Customer: arrival process Server: service rate and number of servers Notation: A/B/c/N/K A: inter-arrival time distribution (arrival process) B: service time distribution c : number of servers/channels N: system capacity K: queue discipline (Unless specified/θ) Yi-Bing Lin, “Random Number Generation for Residual Life of Mobile Phone Movement”, IEEE International Conference on Networking, Sensing and Control, Vol 1, pp. 30-33, March 2004. Timing Diagram for multiple call 48 Call 1 Arrival (t=0) Event /


GLAST LAT ProjectPeer Review of LAT ACD, July 26, 2001 1 Peer Review of the ACD Subsystem in Preparation for the LAT Instrument PDR July 26, 2001 ACD Science,

single row) Event Board Module (double row) Closeout Connector Bulkhead (24 places) Channel (4 places) Machined Aluminum Corner Fitting (4 places) Machined Aluminum GLAST LAT ProjectPeer Review of LAT ACD, July 26, 2001 95 BEA Mechanical Design (cont.) Mechanical Interface /Block Diagram GLAST LAT ProjectPeer Review of LAT ACD, July 26, 2001 142 ACD Digital ASIC (GARC) Design The Digital ASIC (GARC) will have A command processor to receive configuration from the ACD-TEM A telemetry formatter to distribute /


Tektronix Confidential1 Signal Integrity Analysis of Gigabit Interconnects Olie Kreidler Tektronix, Inc.

+ - Rcv EQUALIZER + - Rcv The risetime of the channel is relatively slow compared to the very fast 1’st channel. i.e. modern channel’s risetime is quite longer than the UI, thus / Interconnect Measurement Accuracy Issues –Impedance, S-parameters and eye diagram measurements and compliance testing  Interconnect SPICE / IBIS Modeling and/C   Write resulting model in various formats –Lumped –Distributed with parameters –Distributed with RLGC data Tektronix Confidential101 TDT and IConnect Lossy Lines Example/


Day 1: 1. OVERVIEW OF ICT 1.1. Definition of ICT I.C.T. stands for Information and Communications Technology. It replaces the term I.T. (Information Technology)

is the normal operating state of the remote, during which it can pass user data. and distribution system in the headend (see figure 1 below) digitally compresses and distributes eight active video channels. Each video channel is accompanied by two AES digital audio channels. A single hot standby/the modem. The IF out from modem goes to the RF Subsystem in such a way to transmit to Satellite. The diagram shown below can be viewed as follows: The ATM signal from the Head end is received at the uplink site and /


4 th Period Review Projects 2015. Explanation: In the process of histone acetylation, for example, acetyl groups are added onto histone tails, the amino.

are the prairie dog, rattle snake, and hawk. a)make a diagram of the trophic levels with the kcals of before and after the brushfire. Label it accordingly. b)Identify and explain/the resting potential. When a neuron receives a signal from another neuron, Na channels open its gates to depolarize the membrane from resting potential. If the signal is/will discharge their sperm into the sea and the currents will distribute them all over. The contact of the sperm with another coral’s egg is completely random. iii/


VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE & STATE UNIVERSITY MOBILE & PORTABLE RADIO RESEARCH GROUP MPRG An Overview of the Latest Research in Software Radio Dr.

INSTITUTE & STATE UNIVERSITY MOBILE & PORTABLE RADIO RESEARCH GROUP MPRG 32 RF and Analog - II Simplified Polar Modulator Block Diagram [Source : Wendell B. Sander, Stephan V. Schell, Brian L. Sander, “Polar Modulator for Multi-mode Cell /128 Capacity Estimates oOutage probability vs. the number of users ■ Rayleigh pedestrian channel A ■ Uniform user distribution oKey observation ■ Impact of power control (fast vs. slow power control) ■ Impact of transmit diversity at mobile handset in conjunction with /


MadGraph + MadEvent Automated Tree-Level Feynman Diagram, Helicity Amplitude, and Event Generation + Tim Stelzer Fabio Maltoni.

Bad News :( –Limited ability to “solve” –QCD is problem! Miracle that can predict so much 15 Standard Model Parton Distribution Functions (Measured) Evolution +Splitting Hard Scattering Showering Fragmentation Hadronization e-e+ 18 Factorization Key Idea –Result = PDF * Evolution/space channel must be invertible –N coupled equations for  so only works for small number of channels. Multi-Channel M.C. 25 Key Idea –Any single diagram is “easy” to integrate –Divide integration into pieces, based on diagrams Get/


1 Networking. 2 Internet History 1961: Kleinrock - queueing theory shows effectiveness of packet- switching 1961: Kleinrock - queueing theory shows effectiveness.

via cable companies, e.g., MediaOne 28 Residential access: cable modems Diagram: http://www.cabledatacomnews.com/cmic/diagram.html 29 Cable Network Architecture: Overview home cable headend cable distribution network (simplified) Typically 500 to 5,000 homes 30 Cable Network /(e.g., cellular) e.g. 3G: hundreds of kbps e.g. 3G: hundreds of kbps satellite satellite up to 50Mbps channel (or multiple smaller channels) up to 50Mbps channel (or multiple smaller channels) 270 msec end-end delay 270 msec end-end /


7 - 1 14 - 1 Chapter 14: Decision Analysis PowerPoint Slides Prepared By: Alan Olinsky Bryant University Management Science: The Art of Modeling with Spreadsheets,

in telegraphic form) a situation in which we choose our channel initially, observe the test market, reconsider our choice of a channel, and finally observe the demand during full- scale introduction/These three values should be entered either to the left or above the tree diagram and assigned cell names A, B, and RT, respectively.  Then, / that optimize the expected value of our criterion. Furthermore, we can produce information in the form of a probability distribution to help assess the risk associated/


1 Modelling and Simulation of Ethernet Based Networked Mechanical Systems Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Concordia University Control.

Back off Deferral Channel is busy Sent frame < 64 bit 15 Modelling of Ethernet: NIC (Cont.) SA DA Length IDVoltage Time Data In case of a Jam Signal: In case of a Jam Signal/ the coaxial cables. NIC state diagram for the model of Bus topology with coaxial cable in half duplex mode 17 Modelling of Ethernet: NIC (Half-Duplex, / spam algorithm.  Application to design and analysis of real-time Ethernet based distributed simulation and control  Modelling of other Ethernet hardware such as bridges and routers 59/


BREAK-UP of LIGHT NUCLEI at INTERMEDIATE ENERGIES Prof. Gabriela Martinská Faculty of Science, University P.J. Šafárik, Košice Colloquium Prof. Dr. Hartmut.

maximum the structure in pionless channel becomes less visible (at higher energy - 3.4 GeV/c the  ++ and  +- production cross section is four time smaller than at lower energy - 2.15 GeV/c). Rescattering and coalescence In the frame of simple impulse approximation we wait factorization for two vertices of quasielastic scattering diagram and isotropic Treiman-Yang angular distribution. But it is valid only up/


ECC-1.1 CSE298 CSE300 CSE333 Enterprise Computing and CORBA Prof. Steven A. Demurjian Computer Science & Engineering Department The University of Connecticut.

ECC-1.41 CSE298 CSE300 CSE333 Typed Event Example  Problem Statement: Wish to design a distributed system consisting of two Suppliers, a Typed Event Channel, and multiple Consumers.  Supplier realizes a Client/Server interface ( User_cs ) that has /S interface. ECC-1.43 CSE298 CSE300 CSE333 Class Diagram ECC-1.44 CSE298 CSE300 CSE333 Component Diagram: Source Files ECC-1.45 CSE298 CSE300 CSE333 Component Diagram: Executables EventChannel Consumer Supplier User_ev User_ev PushSupplier PushSupplier User_cs/


Learning Challenges Describe how a phospholipids is different to a triglyceride (D) Identify the relative parts on a diagram of the plasma membrane (D)

Identify the relative parts on a diagram of the plasma membrane (D) Describe the arrangement of phospholipids, proteins & carbohydrates using the fluid- mosaic model ( C) Describe and explain the role of carrier proteins and protein channels in facilitated diffusion. (C>) Cells/ They also showed that the proteins were distributed throughout the protein in a mosaic pattern. In addition they found that the membrane was fluid and had considerable sideways movement of molecules within it. Hence they proposed the/


External Plant Nomenclature of the cables based on their use.

internal or external ) the distribution cable route, the location of joint etc. LINE DIAGRAM These diagrams show the actual orientation of the cable network including the size of the joints, type and size of the DPs etc. Primary line diagram: shows all information of the primary cable, Ducts and Manholes for Primary cables. DISTRIBUTION LINE DIAGRAM This diagram represents the cable orientation for all the distribution cables emerging out of a particular Pillar One/


1 Distribuerede systemer og sikkerhed – 7. februar 2002 From Coulouris, Dollimore and Kindberg Distributed Systems: Concepts and Design Edition 3, © Addison-Wesley.

communication, … ySecurity model: Possible threats to processes and communication channels, secure channels, … 17 Interaction model – basic issues zPerformance of processes. zPerformance of communication channels: yLatency. yBandwidth. yJitter. zComputer clocks and timing events. yLack of global notion of time. 18 Interaction model – synchronous vs. asynchronous zSynchronous distributed systems – bounds on: yProcess execution speed. yMessage transmission delays. yLocal clock drift rates. zAsynchronous/


The status of the Excited Baryon Analysis Center B. Juliá-Díaz Departament d’Estructura i Constituents de la Matèria Universitat de Barcelona (Spain)

diagrams 5 diagrams s-ch N u-ch N u-ch  t-ch  contact Two body v’s (e.m.) EBAC framework overview Physics: Non-resonant obtained from phenomenological Lagrangians Unitarity fulfilled within the model Most relevant channels included Up to now , ,  ( , ,  ), near future  Consistent study of all production reactions Correct treatment of/ of two pion photoproduction: Good description near threshold Reasonable shape of angular distributions Not good description of the total cross sections of /


Tel Hai Academic College Department of Computer Science Prof. Reuven Aviv Markov Models for Access Control in Computer Networks Resource: Fayez Gebali,

Diagram Transitions into transmitting only from idle requirement of idle channel before a successful transmission No transition from Transmitting to transmitting No transition from colliding to transmitting Transitions between channel/ of the reservations Introducing reservation distributes access requests between slots  less chance of collisions  increase throughput Reducing n  larger probability to listening (idle)  Smaller throughput DCF Performance: Access Probability Probability of successful/


Advantages of Computer Networks Enables users to share hardware like scanners and printers. This reduces costs by reducing the number of hardware items.

medium busy, continuously listen until idle and repeat step 1 3. Performance Reduces the possibility of collisions like nonpersistent Reduces channel idle time like 1- persistent Flow diagram for three persistence methods CSMA/CD (Collision Detection)  CSMA (all previous methods) has/ neighbour routers (directly connected)  The router builds a packet containing all these costs.  Each router distributes these packets using flooding to ALL other routers in the routing area  Information is sent when there a/


AP Review Projects 1 st Period. Explanation: Negative Feedback is a primary mechanism of homeostasis, the condition of the body in which internal elements,

After this step, the signal will be relay to a G protein, in this specific diagram, the G protein is identified as RAS which is active when GTP is bound to /to the same antigen. LO 4.20: The student is able to explain how the distribution of ecosystems changes over time by identifying large-scale events that have resulted in these changes in /able to also act as second messangers when IP 3 binds to the ligand gated ion channel calcium ions can be released to create a cellular response. 3: This final stage is/


2 nd Period Review Projects. LO 3.33: The student is able to use representation(s) and appropriate models to describe features of a cell signaling pathway.

stimulation? A)Yes, because all neurons use the same Na+ and K+ channels to pass signals along the axon B)Yes, because the neurotransmitter will be the/ the evolutionary history and relationships that are present between the organisms in the diagram; that is, from each “node” in the cladogram, one is able/ is the likely reasoning for the color distribution of mice in this given population? b.What natural disaster could have caused this particular distribution of mice color to occur? Explanation: Genetic/


Talent Gap Study for the Communications Sector in Malaysia Final Report Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) Institute of Labour Market.

of industry ready graduates iii.An alternative channel for Telecommunications organisations to obtain potential talent that can be an asset to the company 3. Moving forward – Action plans 3.11 Quick wins Elaborated action plans 3.12 Elaborated action plans Diagram/ on the established universities and colleges. There is a need to ensure that the coverage of the programmes are equally distributed to the less reputable educational institutions. The MCMC can take this opportunity to encourage industry players/


Electroweak Physics at the LHC

) ratio ww / all All diagrams 1.86 E-2 13 WW fusion diagrams 0.245 m_h=200 mWW>300 feynman σ (pb) ratio ww / all All diagrams 8.50 E-3 26 WW fusion diagrams 0.221 Distributions show huge interference effect which are/ reproduce badly long non resonant parts - Adaptive and/or weight of the various channels from the importance of single diagrams Problems with gauge cancellations of orders of magnitude among different feynman diagrams Alessandro Ballestrero PHASE combines in a new way the two strategies PHASE/


Topography, Landforms, and Geomorphology

or shape of the landform? What is the elevation and topographic relief of the landform? How did the landform originate? What is the distribution of the landform/Base level: single outflow and highest order stream 5 This diagram outlines the longitudinal profile of a river basin from the headwaters to the ultimate base /from the flood plain by meander bend cutoffs, channel avulsions (abandonment of an entire channel segment), or mid-channel deposition and subsequent vegetation. Anabranching rivers often occur /


Distributed Computing 5. Snapshot Shmuel Zaks ©

is bounded, but unknown 11 State of a Channel 1 p q C1 23 1  [1, 2, 3] – sequence X of messages that were sent  [1] – sequence Y of received messages ( prefix of X )  [2, 3] – state of C1: X Y pq C2 C1 12 Example: System Distributed system: p C2C2 C1C1 Initial global /p p sends q receives q sends p receives q sends C1C1 p C2C2 q deterministic A B send receive Global state transition diagram 14 Distributed system: State transition: p : q : CD send receive A B send receive p C2C2 C1C1 q Example: System 15/


FP6 IST “Broadband for all” Network of Excellence Contract n

B: Optical Burst Switching Control and data information travel separately on different channels Data coming from legacy networks are aggregated into a burst unit in /there is control on some of the network parameters and information about their values and changes. JP-T: Dynamic and distributed optical monitoring and equalization Activity-/(under NDA) Alignment and pigtailing in process Erbium Doped Waveguide Amplifiers EDWA schematic diagram (pump diode integreated) Gain (single-stage) (-20 dBm input) 12-15/


ATCA LLP CARRIER BLOCK DIAGRAMS LAST UPDATE 09/05/2007.

DIAGRAMS LAST UPDATE 09/05/2007 Master / Slave Structure TCLK SLOT A (n) SWITCHES MASTER/SLAVE CARD_PRESENT TCLK_PRESENT TRIGGER CLOCK SYNCs And DATA MANAGERS SLOT B (n+1) MASTER/SLAVE CARD_PRESENT TCLK_PRESENT TRIGGER CLOCK SYNCs And DATA MANAGERS DATAPATH CLOCK AND SYNCS DATAPATH CLOCK AND SYNCS 200Mhz Clock and Clock SYNC distribution/50% of LX25_FF668 Alignement BUS (3 lines) CMC #2CMC #3CMC #4FX100 TRIGGER & BCAST Handler (parallel) Using 1 16 bit port : 128 words/event 256 bytes/event 6 channels  /


INCLUSIVE PUBLISHING in the Educational Environment UNIVERSAL DESIGN means the design of products, environments, programs and services to be usable by.

2012 3 ACCESSIBILITY AND THE PUBLISHING ECOSYSTEM Accessibility calls for the interoperability of ► Content (i.e. books or documents of any kind) ► Rendering Technologies (Internet, reading systems) ► Distribution Channels (portals, downloads) ► Assistive Technologies (screen reader, Braille displays//z3998/2012/z3998-2012.html. www.daisy.org/z3998/2012/z3998-2012.html ► Image Description: DIAGRAM Project: www.diagramcenter.org/about.html www.diagramcenter.org/about.html ► Accessibility Metadata: www.editeur/


Satellite – Block Diagram

Diagram Block Diagram of a Satellite ON BOARD COMPUTER & DATA HANDLING ATTITUDE DETERMINATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM Earth/Sun/Star Sensor Magnetometer Gyroscopes GPS ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM Solar Panels Batteries DC/DC Converters Power Distribution /Point Microwave Telecommunication Transceiver Direct Synthesis Modems Satellite Communications Rad Performance TID = 150kRad(Si) LM98640QML Dual Channel, 14-Bit, 40 MSPS Analog Front End Released Features Benefits Fully integrated signal processing solution for/


ATCA LLP CARRIER BLOCK DIAGRAMS LAST UPDATE 09/05/2007.

DIAGRAMS LAST UPDATE 09/05/2007 Master / Slave Structure TCLK SLOT A (n) SWITCHES MASTER/SLAVE CARD_PRESENT TCLK_PRESENT TRIGGER CLOCK SYNCs And DATA MANAGERS SLOT B (n+1) MASTER/SLAVE CARD_PRESENT TCLK_PRESENT TRIGGER CLOCK SYNCs And DATA MANAGERS DATAPATH CLOCK AND SYNCS DATAPATH CLOCK AND SYNCS 200Mhz Clock and Clock SYNC distribution/Sync TCLK 266 / 448 ~50% of LX25_FF668 4 lines Alignement BUS (3 lines) CMC #/port : 128 words/event 256 bytes/event 6 channels  1536bytes 16bit bus @ 100MHz Need 7.68/


Distributed Computing 5. Snapshot Shmuel Zaks ©

is bounded, but unknown 11 State of a Channel 1 p q C1 23 1  [1, 2, 3] – sequence X of messages that were sent  [1] – sequence Y of received messages ( prefix of X )  [2, 3] – state of C1: X Y pq C2 C1 12 Example: System Distributed system: p C2C2 C1C1 Initial global /p p sends q receives q sends p receives q sends C1C1 p C2C2 q deterministic A B send receive Global state transition diagram 14 Distributed system: State transition: p : q : CD send receive A B send receive p C2C2 C1C1 q Example: System 15/


© The Delos Partnership 2004

Task List Project Task List Network Diagram Network Diagram Duration Estimates & Assumptions Duration Estimates /of people How many communication channels are there when there are 5 stakeholders involved in a project? How many are there when there 10? © The Delos Partnership 2004 Project Communications Management Communications Planning Determining the information needs of the stakeholders Communications Management Plan What information do you need to send to who, when, how etc Information Distribution/


Designing, programming, and verifying (large scale) distributed systems Eric Madelaine INRIA Sophia-Antipolis SCALE team

architecture specification AGENDA Vocabulary and context  specification, modeling, testing, verification…: Formal methods in the design flow of distributed/embedded systems Modeling Software Component Systems :  Fractal / GCM Component Framework  The VerCors platform: architecture/ UML class diagram of these interfaces, and of the implementation class for the method “In” of the service interface S1. MVDE@SEI School -- ECNU, Shanghai, July 2014 Exercice 3: Channels behavior 1.A channel repeatedly receives /


Copyright © 2003, Dr. Dharma P. Agrawal and Dr. Qing-An Zeng. All rights reserved. 1 Chapter 8 Traffic Channel Allocation.

reserved. 10 Dynamic Channel Allocation (DCA) DCA schemes can be centralized or distributed. The centralized DCA scheme involves a single controller selecting a channel for each cell; The distributed DCA scheme involves a number of controllers scattered across /diagram Copyright © 2003, Dr. Dharma P. Agrawal and Dr. Qing-An Zeng. All rights reserved. 29 Analysis Model (cont’d) The follows parameters are defined in the analysis model. P(i): the probability of “i” channels to be busy, O : the arrival rate of/


Distributed Systems Dinesh Bhat - Advanced Systems (Some slides from 2009 class) CS 6410 – Fall 2010 Time Clocks and Ordering of events Distributed Snapshots.

:P 3 T1:P 2 T3:P 3 T2:P 2 Solution 2 : Physical Clocks Board diagram Discussion Proof of concept Defines event ordering in distributed systems Building systems on top of Specifications, Set of assumptions ( No node failures, reliable channels ) Logical Clock counters – overflow issues ? Set of assumptions were strong ? DISTRIBUTED SNAPSHOTS K. Mani Chandy and Leslie Lamport Authors Leslie Lamport K Mani Chandy – Simon Ramo Professor/


Prof. Witold Chmielarz, PhD , Velimir Tasic MSc, Oskar Szumski, PhD

are next important criterion of identification: multi-channel model (using the network of bank units and electronic channels), model of the virtual bank (not-using the net of bank units), model of the financial bank-supermarket (aggregation of financial services in the Internet) Multi-channel model (Bricks & Clicks) it is model of the offering all channels of distribution. Most important feature is that this model supports all kinds of distribution channels. Model of the virtual bank (Clicks/


Team Chopper Distributed Communication Nodes for Autonomous Helicopters Shirley Choi Bejan Hafezzadeh Joseph Kaiser Sean Norwood Itay Tenne.

Distributed Communication Nodes for Autonomous Helicopters Shirley Choi Bejan Hafezzadeh Joseph Kaiser Sean Norwood Itay Tenne Introduction Overview Topological Avionics Diagram CAIN PCB (Can Avionics Interface Node) –Block Diagram (all ICs in relative location) –Schematic –Layout –Pictures JOANN protocol –Key features & Terminology –Abstract CAIN Block Diagram & Unit Example –Comprehensive Example Part List Division of/ used as sockets Sockets and Channels are established during initialization. Kernel/


Reliability and Failure Analysis of Electronic Components

will be constant. The Fermi level in Si depends on doping level of the Si For Ei - Ef = 0.29 eV the band diagram is shown Strong inversion condition stipulates that qP = qs Thus/channel. Rate of supply of hot-electrons with K.E. > i is where C1 is a weak function of the max. channel field Em. Oxide Traps and Charge Trapping Concentration of oxide trapped charges and interface trapped charges are changed by capture of excess electrons or holes by existing traps in the oxide. The oxide charge distribution/


Prof. Witold Chmielarz, PhD , Oskar Szumski, PhD

are next important criterion of identification: multi-channel model (using the network of bank units and electronic channels), model of the virtual bank (not-using the net of bank units), model of the financial bank-supermarket (aggregation of financial services in the Internet) Multi-channel model (Bricks & Clicks) it is model of the offering all channels of distribution. Most important feature is that this model supports all kinds of distribution channels. Model of the virtual bank (Clicks/


Π 4 Technologies Building distributed systems using WS-CDL and FpML 16th May 2007 Steve Ross-Talbot CTO Hattrick Software Chair W3C Web Services Choreography.

is the process not the message. The message is a consequence. π 4 Technologies The problem today Sequence diagrams are not enough π 4 Technologies Buyer, Seller, Credit Agency, Shipper. Buyer barters with the Seller to get/ per service –Send Send.java –Receive Receive.java –SilentAction Activity.java –Predicate Predicate.java –Channel (discovery) Channel.java –Stubs Preserve behavior of the distributed system described Make calls to the context to retrieve, manipulate and store state. State is stored/


DESIGNING VIDEO DISTRIBUTION WITH THE DMX ProFusion M5 platform.

100ft. c. For long distance video runs, the use of video baluns and CAT5e is recommended. Always include at least a basic video wiring diagram for ease of installation. The illustrations below show distribution of ProFusion M5 video content using HD or Std. Def /your monitor. Display Port features an innovative, micro-packet architecture and includes a bi-directional auxiliary channel for two way communications between a PC and a display. This modern architecture enables exciting display capabilities and is/


Fundamentals of Multimedia, Chapter 66 Chapter 6 Basics of Digital Audio 6.1 Digitization of Sound 6.2 MIDI: Musical Instrument Digital Interface 6.3 Quantization.

signal is sinusoidal, the quantization error is statistically independent, and its magnitude is uniformly distributed between 0 and half of the interval, then it can be shown that the expression for the SQNR becomes: SQN/025 22.05 44.1 48 192 (max) 8 16 24 (max) Mono Stereo 6 channels 8 11.0 88.2 176.4 192.0 1,200.0 (max) 0.200-3./ 64 kbps A-law or u-law PCM input 32 kbps output Fundamentals of Multimedia, Chapter 6 Fig. 6.18 shows a schematic diagram for the ADPCM coder and decoder: Encoder ~n~n ~ en - 32/


Modulation Formats. Optical communication systems are carrier systems. This implies that a wave of a frequency much higher than that of the information.

an unmoving distribution of constructive and destructive interference (a visible interference pattern) depending on the relative phase of the waves at their meeting point. [2]Waves that are incoherent, when combined, produce rapidly moving areas of constructive and/ of modulated optical carriers The architecture of the heterodyne and homodyne receiver are shown in the next slides. The function of the digital controller entails more that is shown in the diagrams. Especial important is the concept of channel /


Chapter 6 Basics of Digital Audio 6.1 Digitization of Sound 6.2 MIDI: Musical Instrument Digital Interface 6.3 Quantization and Transmission of Audio 6.4.

data byte, the most significant bit is set to 0. A.1. Voice messages: a) This type of channel message controls a voice, i.e., sends information specifying which note to play or to turn off, and encodes/distribution and then choosing steps to minimize (6.19) 82Li & Drew Fundamentals of Multimedia, Chapter 6 This is a least-squares problem, and can be solved iteratively == the Lloyd-Max quantizer. Schematic diagram for DPCM: Fig. 6.17: Schematic diagram for DPCM encoder and decoder 83Li & Drew Fundamentals of/


AUDIOVISUAL ARCHIVING: DIGITAL MEDIA Codecs and wrappers Technical characteristics of digital A/V Digitized vs. born-digital Tools for digital video Storage.

of bits used per color channel per pixel (8-bit = 256, 10-bit = 1024) COLOR SPACE RGB YUV stores color as combination of luminance, blue channel, red channel; used for TV/video broadcast stores color as combination of green channel, blue channel, red channel; most cameras capture this Diagrams/ Make a work based on the pre-existing work (translation, motion picture version, abridgment, etc.) Right to distribute – Sell, give away, rent, or transmit copies to the public Right to perform/display to the public /


Chapter 4: Fluid Flow and Sediment Transport We tackle the question of how sediment moves in response to flowing water (in one direction). Why? The conditions.

velocity or depth over time. Uniform flows: not varying in velocity or depth along the channel. Laminar flows: see next section. I. The classification of fluid gravity flows a) Flow Reynolds’ Number (R). Reynold’s experiments involved injecting a dye/the velocity distribution could be determined from: In laminar flows the fluid momentum is transferred only by viscous shear; a moving layer of fluid drags the underlying fluid along due to viscosity (see the left diagram, below). The velocity distribution in /


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