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Oxford practice gramar part 33 potx

OXFORD PRACTICE GRAMAR PART 33 POTX

Here up has the sense of 'increasing', and on has the sense of connected'. B Adverb meanings Look at these adverbs and their meanings. Remember that an adverb can have a number of different meanings. down = becoming less on = continuing turn down the music carry on working bring down the cost oj living drive on a bit further down = completely to the ground hang on/hold on a minute knock a house down out = away, disappearing cut down a tree wash out the dirt down = stopping completely cross out a mistake the car broke down blow out the candle a factory closing down out = to different people down = on paper hand out free tickets copy down the words share out the winnings write down the message out = aloud note down the details read out the article off = away, departing call out anxiously set off on a journey out = from start to finish jump in the car and drive off write out the whole list see Emma off at the station work out the answer the plane took off over = from start to finish the pain is wearing off check your work over off = disconnected think the problem over switch off the heater up = increasing cut off our electricity prices are going up the caller rang off put up taxes on = connected speak up so we can hear switch on the kettle up = completely
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Oxford practice grammar with answers part 33 ppsx

OXFORD PRACTICE GRAMMAR WITH ANSWERS PART 33 PPSX

from the individual words. Look at these examples. Tom often calls in on/drops in on us without warning. (= pays short visits) You go on ahead. I'll soon catch up with you. (= reach the same place as) The police are going to clamp down on drug dealers. (= take strong action against) I'm afraid we've come up against another difficulty. (= be stopped by) Did Claire's trip come up to/live up to her expectations? (= Was it as good as she expected?) The country is crying out for a new leader. (= in great need of) We need to cut hack on our spending. (= reduce) I'm trying to lose weight. I have to cut down on puddings. (= reduce) They should do away with these useless traditions. (= abolish) You've got to face up to your responsibilities. You can't just ignore them. {- not avoid) If plan A doesn't work, we've got plan B to fall back on. (= use if necessary) I'm tired, Mark. I don't really feel up to going out. (= have enough energy for) We can't go on holiday together if your dates don't fit in with mine. (= go together with) The thief managed to get away with about £2,000 in cash. (= steal and take away) The goods are damaged. We'll have to get on to our suppliers. (= contact) You haven't packed your suitcase yet. You'd better get on with it. (= start, continue) Mark doesn't really get on with Alan. They're always arguing. (= have a good relationship with) / have lots of little jobs to do, but I can never get round to actually doing them. (= find the right time for) I can't make a promise and then go back on it, can I? (= break, fail to keep) Matthew has decided to go in for the ten-mile 'Fun Run this year. (= enter, compete in) Most of the audience had left in the interval, but the actors decided to go on with the show. (= continue) If you hold on to the rope, you'll be perfectly safe. (= keep your hands around) Daniel was walking so fast I couldn't keep up with him. (= go as fast as) I'm looking forward to the trip. (= thinking ahead with pleasure about) If you're going barefoot, look out for/watch out for broken glass. (= be careful about) I got some money from the insurance company, but nothing could make up for losing my wedding ring. (= compensate for) I'm not going to put up with this nonsense. (= tolerate) We've run out of milk, I'm afraid. (= We have none left.) Are you going to send away for
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Tài liệu OXFORD PRACTICE GRAMMAR 129 ppt

TÀI LIỆU OXFORD PRACTICE GRAMMAR 129 PPT

OXFORD PRACTICE GRAMMAR 129 PHRASAL VERBS (3) Here up has the sense of 'increasing', and on has the sense of connected'. B Adverb meanings Look at these adverbs and their meanings. Remember that an adverb can have a number of different meanings. down = becoming less on = continuing turn down the music carry on working bring down the cost oj living drive on a bit further down = completely to the ground hang on/hold on a minute knock a house down out = away, disappearing cut down a tree wash out the dirt down = stopping completely cross out a mistake the car broke down blow out the candle a factory closing down out = to different people down = on paper hand out free tickets copy down the words share out the winnings write down the message out = aloud note down the details read out the article off = away, departing call out anxiously set off on a journey out = from start to finish jump in the car and drive off write out the whole list see Emma off at the station work out the answer the plane took off over = from start to finish the pain is wearing off check your work over off = disconnected think the problem over switch off the heater up = increasing cut off our electricity prices are going up the caller rang off put up taxes on = connected speak up so we can hear
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Oxford pratice grammar with answers part 33 pdf

OXFORD PRATICE GRAMMAR WITH ANSWERS PART 33 PDF

from the individual words. Look at these examples. Tom often calls in on/drops in on us without warning. (= pays short visits) You go on ahead. I'll soon catch up with you. (= reach the same place as) The police are going to clamp down on drug dealers. (= take strong action against) I'm afraid we've come up against another difficulty. (= be stopped by) Did Claire's trip come up to/live up to her expectations? (= Was it as good as she expected?) The country is crying out for a new leader. (= in great need of) We need to cut hack on our spending. (= reduce) I'm trying to lose weight. I have to cut down on puddings. (= reduce) They should do away with these useless traditions. (= abolish) You've got to face up to your responsibilities. You can't just ignore them. {- not avoid) If plan A doesn't work, we've got plan B to fall back on. (= use if necessary) I'm tired, Mark. I don't really feel up to going out. (= have enough energy for) We can't go on holiday together if your dates don't fit in with mine. (= go together with) The thief managed to get away with about £2,000 in cash. (= steal and take away) The goods are damaged. We'll have to get on to our suppliers. (= contact) You haven't packed your suitcase yet. You'd better get on with it. (= start, continue) Mark doesn't really get on with Alan. They're always arguing. (= have a good relationship with) / have lots of little jobs to do, but I can never get round to actually doing them. (= find the right time for) I can't make a promise and then go back on it, can I? (= break, fail to keep) Matthew has decided to go in for the ten-mile 'Fun Run this year. (= enter, compete in) Most of the audience had left in the interval, but the actors decided to go on with the show. (= continue) If you hold on to the rope, you'll be perfectly safe. (= keep your hands around) Daniel was walking so fast I couldn't keep up with him. (= go as fast as) I'm looking forward to the trip. (= thinking ahead with pleasure about) If you're going barefoot, look out for/watch out for broken glass. (= be careful about) I got some money from the insurance company, but nothing could make up for losing my wedding ring. (= compensate for) I'm not going to put up with this nonsense. (= tolerate) We've run out of milk, I'm afraid. (= We have none left.) Are you going to send away for
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MBA Student Handbook - HERIOT WATT UNIVERSITY doc

MBA STUDENT HANDBOOK - HERIOT WATT UNIVERSITY DOC

receiving it. Please check the accuracy of the information contained in the acknowledgement letter and contact Edinburgh Business School if the information is incorrect. You can also check if your exam request has been processed in the ‘Exam Service’ section of the Student Services website. Approximately one month before the examinations you will receive confirmation of the location and time of your examinations. This letter, which will include your scanned photograph, is proof of your entry and must be taken with you to the examination centre on the day of examination. Failure to produce this letter could result in the centre refusing to allow you to sit the examination. If for any reason you do not receive this letter, please ensure that you have alternative proof of identification which includes a recent photograph such as your passport. Examination payment The School can only accept payment for examinations in Sterling (£). Payment for entries processed on-line is by credit or debit card. Please note that the following are acceptable: Visa, MasterCard, Delta, JCB, Switch and Solo. Please provide your credit card number in full, the 3 digit security number and the expiry date of your card, ensuring that the expiry date is at least two months after the examination entry deadline date. If you do not hold one of the above cards or are returning a green/examination entry form, you can make payment by a cheque or Sterling bank draft, drawn on a UK bank, or a credit or debit card. If you are paying by cheque or bank draft, it should be made payable to Edinburgh Business School. Examination deferral If, having applied to sit an examination, you wish to defer your entry until a future diet; you may do so without financial penalty, provided that you advise the School before the appropriate deadline date. The deadline dates for deferring examinations, without incurring any cost, are 1st May and 1st November for the June and December diets and 7th February
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Real Astronomy with Small Telescopes doc

REAL ASTRONOMY WITH SMALL TELESCOPES DOC

lations of the zodiac in a 25800-year cycle. As a result, the cataloged valuesof equatorial coordinates for the stars are always referred to the position ofthe equinox for a particular epoch. For example, the positions for all starsin the current catalogs are referred to the equinox of 2000.0. The effects ofprecession and proper motion on the coordinates of a star are cataloged asReal Astronomy with Small Telescopes8annual variations in right ascension and declination. The exact current positionis determined from the difference between the current time and the catalogepoch. Except for the nearest stars, the annual variations are fractions of an arcsecond.Dating ObservationsNo astronomical observation is useful unless the time at which it was made isrecorded. For observations at different geographical locations to be related, it isnecessary for time measurement to be independent of the longitude or civil timeof the observer.Universal Time (UT), regulated by an international atomic clock, is mean solartime observed at the Greenwich meridian (GMT). Coordinated Universal Timeis the time given by broadcast time signals.Observations of phenomena that span long periods of time are dated by theJulian day, a period of numbered days devised in 1582 by Joseph Justus Scaligerand named after his father Julius Caesar Scaliger. Scaliger devised this datingscheme so that references to historic events would be independent of localcalendars. Astronomers have adopted it for the same reasons. The Julian day foran observation can be obtained from the [Time Set] menu on Guide 8.0. A Julianday calendar can be downloaded from the American Association of Variable StarObservers (AAVSO) website.CHAPTER THREEThe EquatorialTelescope Mount
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BỊ ĐỘNG + GIÁN TIẾP - HOT! HOT!

BỊ ĐỘNG + GIÁN TIẾP - HOT! HOT!

PASSIVE VOICEI. Change these sentences into passive voice.1. The teacher is going to tell a story.--> .........................................................................................................2. They will hold the meeting before May Day.--> .........................................................................................................3. They may use this room for the classroom.--> .........................................................................................................4. Someone has taken some of my books away.--> .........................................................................................................5. No one believe his story.--> .........................................................................................................6. People speak English in almost every corner of the world.--> .........................................................................................................7. You mustn’t use this machine after 5:30 p.m.--> .........................................................................................................8. They told the new people where to sit.--> .........................................................................................................9. Luckily for me, they didn’t call my name.--> .........................................................................................................10.Do they teach English here?--> .........................................................................................................11.Will you invite her to your weeding party?--> .........................................................................................................12.Has Tom finished the work?--> .........................................................................................................13.They have provided the victims with food and clothing.--> .........................................................................................................14.Have they changed the window of the laboratory?--> .........................................................................................................15.Why didn’t they help him?
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Báo cáo hóa học: "HILLE-KNESER-TYPE CRITERIA FOR SECOND-ORDER DYNAMIC EQUATIONS ON TIME SCALES" pot

BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC: "HILLE-KNESER-TYPE CRITERIA FOR SECOND-ORDER DYNAMIC EQUATIONS ON TIME SCALES" POT

sl´yandˇReh´ak and some results ofˇReh´ak for half-linear equations on time scales. Several ex-amples are considered to illustrate the main results.Copyright © 2006 L. Erbe et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Cre-ative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, andreproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.1. IntroductionThe theory of time scales, which has recently received a lot of attention, was introducedby Stefan Hilger in his Ph.D. thesis in 1988 in order to unify continuous and discreteanalysis, see [19]. This theory of “dynamic equations” unifies the theories of differentialequations and difference equations, and also extends these classical cases to situations“in between,” for example, to the so-called q-difference equations, and can be appliedon different types of time scales. Many authors have expounded on various aspects ofthe new theory. A book on the subject of time scales, that is, measure chains, by Bohnerand Peterson [5] summarizes and organizes much of time scale calculus for dynamicequations. For advances on dynamic equations on time scales, we refer the reader to thebook by Bohner and Peterson [6].In recent years, there has been an increasing interest in studying the oscillation ofsolutions of dynamic equations on time scales, which simultaneously treats the oscillationof the continuous and the discrete equations. In this way, we do not require to write
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Bi dong va cau truc tiep gian tiep

BI DONG VA CAU TRUC TIEP GIAN TIEP

PASSIVE VOICEI. Change these sentences into passive voice.1. The teacher is going to tell a story. > 2. They will hold the meeting before May Day. > 3. They may use this room for the classroom. > 4. Someone has taken some of my books away. > 5. No one believe his story. > 6. People speak English in almost every corner of the world. > 7. You mustn’t use this machine after 5:30 p.m. > 8. They told the new people where to sit. > 9. Luckily for me, they didn’t call my name. > 10.Do they teach English here? > 11.Will you invite her to your weeding party? > 12.Has Tom finished the work? > 13.They have provided the victims with food and clothing. > 14.Have they changed the window of the laboratory? > 15.Why didn’t they help him?
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Englsh

ENGLSH

Already : rồi.Lately: mới đây.Recently: gần đây.Since: tư.øFor: được. Never: không bao giờ.Ever: đã từng.So far = up to now = up to present: cho đến nay.It is the fist time: lần thứ nhất.It is the second time: lần thứ 2.Many times: nhiều lần.Befor: trước đây.These last days: mấy ngày nay.These last times: dạo này.Not … yet: chưa.During the last + khoảng hời gian: trong suốt.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------THE PAST PERFECT TENSE1.Chủ động  bò động: S + HAD + V3ED + O  S + HAD + BEEN + V3ED + BY O2.Phó từ: Quá khứ hoàn thành + by + quá khứ đơn. Before Quá khứ đơn + after + quá khứ hoàn thành.
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MISCELLANEA ON ENCEPHALOPATHIES – A SECOND LOOK ppt

MISCELLANEA ON ENCEPHALOPATHIES – A SECOND LOOK PPT

memory impairment. This can be described as an encoding defect, in which memory recall (or retrieval) is intact. Several cognitive statements (i.e. complaints), have predictive value for MHE, including impaired psychomotor performance (‘I have difficulty doing handwork; I am not working at all’); impaired sleep or rest (‘I spend much of the day lying down in order to rest’); decreased attention (‘I am confused and start several actions at a time’); and poor memory (‘I forget a lot; for example, things that happened recently, where I put things, etc.’).41 5. Health-related quality of life 5.1 Effect of MHE on daily functioning MHE adversely affects HRQOL. Cognitive impairment in MHE mainly affects complex activities involving attention, information processing and psychomotor skills such as driving a car, planning a trip, etc. whereas basic activities of daily life, such as shopping, dressing, personal hygiene, etc. are preserved.39,42,43 Patients with MHE had a significant impairment of daily functioning, such as social interaction, alertness, emotional behavior, sleep, work, home management, recreation and pastimes compared with cirrhotic patients who did not have MHE.39,42 Treatment with lactulose improved both cognitive functions and HRQOL; improvement in the latter was linked to improvement in cognitive function.39 5.2 Effect of MHE on driving MHE adversely affects driving skills. Patients with MHE have higher rates of traffic violations and motor vehicle accidents.41
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CHUYÊN ĐỀ TIẾNG ANH

CHUYÊN ĐỀ TIẾNG ANH

* QUESTIONS ABOUT THE LETTER TIM HOA TRANG 8 *MOTHER’S DAY *SECOND SEMESTER REPORT/ LAST MONTH *GOOD GRADES/ GEOGRAPHY/ PHYSICS/ MATH *TEACHER/ TELL/ IMPROVE ENGLISH/ HISTORY *IN A FEW W[r]

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Performance Metrics

1 PERFORMANCE METRICS

1 Performance MetricsThe Common Metrics selected /used during the performance testing is as below• Response time• Turnaround time = the time between the submission of a batch job and the completion of its output.• Stretch Factor: The ratio of the response time with single user to that of concurrent users.• Throughput: Rate (requests per unit of time) Examples:• Jobs per second• Requests per second• Millions of Instructions Per Second (MIPS)• Millions of Floating Point Operations Per Second (MFLOPS)• Packets Per Second (PPS)• Bits per second (bps)• Transactions Per Second (TPS)• Capacity: Nominal Capacity: Maximum achievable throughput under ideal workload conditions.E.g., bandwidth in bits per second. The response time at maximum throughput is toohigh.• Usable capacity: Maximum throughput achievable without exceeding a pre-specifiedresponse-time limit• Efficiency: Ratio usable capacity to nominal capacity. Or, the ratio of the performance of an n-processor system to that of a one-processor system is its efficiency.• Utilization: The fraction of time the resource is busy servicing requests.• Average Fraction used for memory.As tests are executed, metrics such as response times for transactions, HTTP requests per second, throughput etc., should be collected. It is also important to monitor and collect the statistics such as CPU utilization, memory, disk space and network usage on individual web, application and database servers and make sure those numbers recede as load decreases. Cognizant has built custom monitoring tools to collect the statistics. Third party monitoring tools are also used based on the requirement.
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Professional ASP.NET 1.0 Special Edition- P17 docx

PROFESSIONAL ASP NET 1 0 SPECIAL EDITION P17 DOCX

procedure, and the way that it should be processed.  The DataAdapter object is the bridge between the DataSet and the Command objects. It specifies the organization of the tables within the DataSet through table and column mappings, and is responsible for managing the whole process of fetching data from the data source and pushing it back to the data source.  The DataSet is the disconnected data storage and processing unit that actually holds the data. It does so using one or more tables, and (optionally) relationships between these tables. Notice in the schematic that there are four Command objects involved in the process. Why? We only need one to fill a DataSet from a data store - a suitable SelectCommand such as a SQL SELECT statement or the equivalent stored procedure (or table name). However, to be able to update the original data, we need the other three - an UpdateCommand, an InsertCommand, and a DeleteCommand. All four commands share the same Connection object; they all have a reference to it in their Connection property. This technique consumes far fewer resources (and hence is more efficient) than using four different ones, and works because the DataAdapter only processes one command at a time. Connections to a data store are limited, and using the same one reduces the demands of the application considerably. Creating the Necessary Objects Of course, in most of our examples, we don't explicitly create all these objects every time we want to access a data store. But that doesn't mean they don't exist. In fact many are automatically created in the background when required, as we perform various data access processes. Allowing the system to create them on demand also reduces the code we have to write, and can provide marginally better performance. For example, when simply extracting data we usually create a Connection object, a DataAdapter object, and a DataSet object - and then use the Fill method of the DataAdapter to get the data into the DataSet:
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Absolute C++ (4th Edition) part 82 ppt

ABSOLUTE C++ (4TH EDITION) PART 82 PPT

818 Standard Template LibraryIn order to have some terminology to discuss the efficiency of these template func-tions or generic algorithms, we first present some background on how the efficiency ofalgorithms is usually measured.■RUNNING TIMES AND BIG-O NOTATIONIf you ask a programmer how fast his or her program is, you might expect an answerlike “two seconds.” However, the speed of a program cannot be given by a single num-ber. A program will typically take a longer amount of time on larger inputs than it willon smaller inputs. You would expect that a program for sorting numbers would takeless time to sort ten numbers than it would to sort one thousand numbers. Perhaps ittakes two seconds to sort ten numbers, but ten seconds to sort one thousand numbers.How then should the programmer answer the question “How fast is your program?”The programmer would have to give a table of values showing how long the programtook for different sizes of input. For example, the table might be as shown in Display19.14. This table does not give a single time, but instead gives different times for a vari-ety of different input sizes.The table is a description of what is called a function in mathematics. Just as a(non-void) C++ function takes an argument and returns a value, so too does this func-tion take an argument, which is an input size, and returns a number, which is the timethe program takes on an input of that size. If we call this function T, then T(10) is 2seconds, T(100) is 2.1 seconds, T(1,000) is 10 seconds, and T(10,000) is 2.5 minutes.The table is just a sample of some of the values of this function T. The program willtake some amount of time on inputs of every size. So although they are not shown inthe table, there are also values for T(1), T(2), . . ., T(101), T(102), and so forth. Forany positive integer N, T(N) is the amount of time it takes for the program to sort Nnumbers. The function T is called the running time of the program.So far we have been assuming that this sorting program will take the same amount
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THI GIAO VIEN GIOI: E7-UNIT 4-B1,2

THI GIAO VIEN GIOI: E7-UNIT 4-B1,2

MatchingRack Science books Dictionary Shelf Reference books Novel 123456 Thursday, October 21st, 2010UNIT 4: AT SCHOOLLesson 4 : B - The library (B1,2)I. Vocabulary:II. Grammar:* Hỏi về vị trí của các loại sách trong thư viện:Eg: Where can I find the math books, please? ( Where are the math books? ) They’re on the shelves on the left. Where can I find the ---------------, please?Or: ( Where are the -----------------? ) They are on the ----------- on / in / at the ---------- .

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Báo cáo hóa học: " Research Article A Perturbed Ostrowski-Type Inequality on Time Scales for k Points for Functions Whose Second Derivatives Are Bounded" doc

BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC: " RESEARCH ARTICLE A PERTURBED OSTROWSKI-TYPE INEQUALITY ON TIME SCALES FOR K POINTS FOR FUNCTIONS WHOSE SECOND DERIVATIVES ARE BOUNDED" DOC

In this definition, we put inf ∅  sup T i.e., σtt if T has a maximum t andsup ∅  inf T i.e., ρtt if T has a minimum t, where ∅ denotes the empty set. If σt >t,then we say that t is right-scattered, while if ρt <t, then we say that t is left-scattered.Pointsthat are right-scattered and left-scattered at the same time are called isolated. If σtt andt<sup T, then t is called right dense,andifρtt and t>inf T, then t is called left dense.Points that are both right dense and left dense are called dense.Wenjun Liu et al. 3Definition 2.3. Let t ∈ T, then two mappings μ, ν : T → 0, ∞ satisfyingμt : σt − t, νt : t − ρt2.1are called the graininess functions.We now introduce the set Tκwhich is derived from the time scales T as follows. If Thas a left-scattered maximum t, then Tκ: T −{t}, otherwise Tκ: T. Furthermore, for afunction f : T → R, we define the function fσ: T → R by fσtfσt for all t ∈ T.Definition 2.4. Let f : T → R be a function on time scales. Then for t ∈ Tκ, one defines fΔtto be the number, if one exists, such that for all ε>0 there is a neighborhood U of t such that
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Real-Time Digital Signal Processing - Chapter 7: Fast Fourier Transform and Its Applications

REAL-TIME DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING - CHAPTER 7: FAST FOURIER TRANSFORM AND ITS APPLICATIONS

Example 7.6: Consider the previous example. If these 8-point sequences h(n)andx(n) are zero-padded to 16 points, the resulting circular convolution isynxnhnf0,0,0,1,2,3,4,5,4,3,2,1,0,0,0,0g:This result is identical to the linear convolution of the two sequences. Thus thelinear convolution discussed in Chapter 5 can be realized by the circular convolu-tion with proper zero padding.In MATLAB, zero padding can be implemented using the function zeros. Forexample, the 8-point sequence x(n) given in example 7.5 can be zero-padded to 16points with the following command:x  [1, 1, 1, 1, zeros(1, 11)];where the MATLAB function zeros(1, N)generates a row vector of N zeros.7.2 Fast Fourier TransformsThe DFT is a very effective method for determining the frequency spectrum of a time-domain signal. The only drawback with this technique is the amount of computationnecessary to calculate the DFT coefficients X(k). To compute each X(k), we needapproximately N complex multiplications and N complex additions based on the DFTdefined in (7.1.3). Since we need to compute N samples of X(k) for k  0, 1, ..., N À 1,a total of approximately N2complex multiplications and N2À N complex additions arerequired. When a complex multiplication is carried out using digital hardware, itrequires four real multiplications and two real additions. Therefore the number ofarithmetic operations required to compute the DFT is proportional to 4N2, whichbecomes very large for a large number of N. In addition, computing and storing thetwiddle factors Wkn
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Báo cáo hóa học: "THE FORMULATION OF SECOND-ORDER BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS ON TIME SCALES" potx

BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC THE FORMULATION OF SECOND ORDER BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS ON TIME SCALES POTX

2, respectively.The formulation proposed here appears only slightly different from the formulationpreviously described. However, key differences between these formulations are(a) the domains of u and L are explicitly defined—in particular, there is no ambiguityabout which portions ofT are of interest (all of T is relevant);(b) the first derivatives in the boundary conditions (4.1) and in the expression for Luand the second derivative in the expression for Lu are only evaluated onTκandTκ2, respectively, that is, where these derivatives make sense;(c) none of the difficulties discussed in the previous section arise for this formula-tion.Themaindifference between the formulations in this section and in the previous sec-tion (apart from precision in domains) lies in the points at which to define the boundaryconditions. In (1.2), the right-hand boundary condition is expressed in terms of σ(b)and σ2(b), that is, by moving upwards from b or “outwards” from T, whereas in (4.1),the right-hand boundary condition is expressed in terms of b and ρ(b), that is, by mov-ing “inwards” intoT. This formulation avoids all the difficulties discussed previously.Of course, as remarked at the end of Section 3, these difficulties could be avoided simplyby restricting the class of time scales considered, but this unnecessarily excludes an entireclass of t ime scales which could easily be included by using the above formulation.
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Mobile Networks Overview & 2G Standards Comparison

MOBILE NETWORKS OVERVIEW & 2G STANDARDS COMPARISON

Frequency Divis ion into Time SlotsAll rights reserved © 2000, Alcatel, Paris.Location, Date, page n° 11 Code Division Multiple AccessCDMAFrequencyFrequencyTimeTimePowerPowerOne UserOne UserCDMACDMAPs eudo-Random Code SequenceAll users use the entire carrierall of the time !!“Spread Spectrum” technology 1 user = 1 Unique digital code

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