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THEORY AND THE NOVEL NARRATIVE REFLEXIVITY IN THE BRITISH TRADITION

THEORY AND THE NOVEL NARRATIVE REFLEXIVITY IN THE BRITISH TRADITION

buying as many volumes of the Minnesota Theory and History ofLiterature series as we could afford after paying the rent, writingpapers replete with ideologemes, lexic codes, phallocentricity,aporias, diffe´rance, and the like, probably much to the chagrin ofthe senior professors in our respective departments, and quotingDerrida, Cixous, de Man, Althusser, Jameson, and the rest whenwe got together every Thursday night, after seminar, at our favorite local dive Tara’s, with large green shamrocks on the walls anddollar burgers. In a very real sense, theory – whether in seminar orat Tara’s – was what professionalized us.When we started writing our dissertations, none of us wanted todo the usual thing – say, to write on a relatively unattendedliterary text by a safe author – but we all wanted to take on big textsand big theoretical topics, so we projected our own nascent series,in the manner of the party game adding ‘‘ – in bed,’’ prefixed with‘‘Big’’ and forbidding subtitles: The Big Allegory, Big/De/construct/ion, gender (with the masculinist ‘‘Big’’ under erasure),and, for me, Big Narrative. After having read in deconstruction,my particular twist was reflexivity, how narrative reflexively represents and ‘‘thematizes’’ its linguistic and modal form, and I wasstruck by the fact that a great many canonical novels – not justanomalous ones, as a kind of sideshow to the Great Tradition, butcenter stage – foregrounded the act and modal form of narrativeitself. Not contemporary ‘‘metafiction,’’ but Tom Jones, WutheringHeights, Vanity Fair, Lord Jim, and so on, in commonplace constructions, such as authorial intrusion, narrative frames, and embeddedtales. So, big novels, a big theoretical theme.ixPrefaceGradually, the working title of my project – which with wholesale and face-saving transfusions morphed into this book – cameto be Narratives of Narrative. While I still fancy the elegance of thatformulation – the implied reflexivity of the genitive, and the neat
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GRAMMAR SPACE 1 UNIT TEST 18

GRAMMAR SPACE 1 UNIT TEST 18

A. Choose the correct answers.1. Laura _____________ her cell phone a lot yesterday.usesuseduseed2. Ms. Brown _____________ her trip to Paris last week.cancelcanceldcanceled3. Sam ______________ books on Christmas day. He wanted a skateboard.didn’t wantdoesn’t wanted didn’t wanted4. The soccer player _____________ hard in the last game.playdoesn’t played playedB. Choose and complete the sentences.drophugopensnowstudy1. My mother _________________ me warmly yesterday.2. It _________________ heavily last Sunday.3. The art museum _________________ two months ago.4. He _________________ the picture frame on the floor this morning.
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Make a 2D Arcade Game in A Weekend: with Unity

Make a 2D Arcade Game in A Weekend: with Unity

Create and complete your first 2D arcade game in Unity. In Make a 2D Arcade Game in a Weekend with Unity, you will learn to create an arcade classic brick breaker game from beginning to end. You will plan the game flow, add the graphics and create the game logic using C, then build the UX to complete your game. By the time you have finished, you will have enough knowledge to tweak the game to create more levels or your own variant game rules, and you will have the confidence to go on and create your own 2D arcade games. You will also learn how to publish the game into mobile app stores.

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GIAO AN BAN THAN

GIAO AN BAN THAN

In the present life television is indispensable to every family.Watching TV is a way to relax your mind, relieve stress, get more information, announcements, ...especially entertainment programs, news,. to help improve mood .It provides all the entertainmentinformation like sports channels, movies, cartoons and information in the world,Besides the benefits that television brings, watching TV can have a lot of negative health effects,especially for young children. The risk of cardiovascular diseases, eyes are increased by watchingtelevision continuously for many hours of the day. Spend too much time watching TV instead of chattingwith family, playing games with friendsSo limit your children to watching TV for many hours, but let your children watch the television channelsin the time frame of the channel is educational, healthy entertainment.
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Manning Elasticsearch in action

Manning Elasticsearch in action

Elasticsearch in Action covers all the major features of Elasticsearch, from relevancy tuning by using different analyzers and query types to using aggregations for realtime analytics, as well as more “exotic” features, like geospatial search and document percolation. You’ll quickly find that Elasticsearch is easy to get started with. You can get your documents in, search them, build statistics, and even distribute and replicate your data onto multiple machines in a matter of hours. Default behavior and settings are very developerfriendly, making proofofconcepts that much easier to build.
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6 RAYMOND A SERWAY JOHN W JEWETT PHYSICS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS WITH MODERN PHYSICS 06

6 RAYMOND A SERWAY JOHN W JEWETT PHYSICS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS WITH MODERN PHYSICS 06

34. Heather in her Corvette accelerates at the rate of1300ˆi Ϫ 2.00ˆj 2 m>s2, while Jill in her Jaguar acceleratesat 11.00ˆi ϩ 3.00ˆj 2 m>s2. They both start from rest at theorigin of an xy coordinate system. After 5.00 s, (a) what isHeather’s speed with respect to Jill, (b) how far apart arethey, and (c) what is Heather’s acceleration relative to Jill?36. How long does it take an automobile traveling in the leftlane at 60.0 km/h to pull alongside a car traveling in thesame direction in the right lane at 40.0 km/h if the cars’front bumpers are initially 100 m apart?37. Two swimmers, Alan and Beth, start together at the samepoint on the bank of a wide stream that flows with aspeed v. Both move at the same speed c (where c Ͼ v),relative to the water. Alan swims downstream a distance Land then upstream the same distance. Beth swims so thather motion relative to the Earth is perpendicular to thebanks of the stream. She swims the distance L and thenback the same distance so that both swimmers return tothe starting point. Which swimmer returns first? Note: Firstguess the answer.38. ⅷ A farm truck moves due north with a constant velocityof 9.50 m/s on a limitless horizontal stretch of road. Aboy riding on the back of the truck throws a can of sodaupward and catches the projectile at the same location onthe truck bed, but 16.0 m farther down the road. (a) Inthe frame of reference of the truck, at what angle to thevertical does the boy throw the can? (b) What is the initialspeed of the can relative to the truck? (c) What is the
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TEAPARTYPACK 2015

TEAPARTYPACK 2015

© Macmillan Publishers Limited, 2015.A special tea party wordsearch for young learners#loveteachingParty prizes up for grabs!We’d love you to share your party photos with us on Facebook –and we’ve got some extra special #loveteaching mugs on offer toa lucky five of you who do!To be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is:1.Download and print the #loveteaching frame on the next page.2. Use the space inside the frame to either:♥ Write what you love about teaching♥ Draw a self-portrait or picture to show how you feel aboutteaching3.Hold it up and take a selfie or group photo with your colleagues or your class!4. Share your photo on the Macmillan Education ELT Facebook pageusing the hashtag #loveteaching.
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NETWORK IN XNA

NETWORK IN XNA

//Make sure the session has not endedif (networkSession == null)return;//Get packets that contain positions of remote playersforeach (LocalNetworkGamer gamer innetworkSession.LocalGamers){ReadIncomingPackets(gamer);}}private void UpdateLocalGamer(LocalNetworkGamer gamer){// Look up what gamerObject is associated with// this local playerGamerObject gamerObject = gamer.Tag as GamerObject;// Update the objectReadInputs(gamerObject, gamer.SignedInGamer.PlayerIndex);gamerObject.Update();//Write the player state into a network packetpacketWriter.Write(gamerObject.Position);// Send the data to everyone in the session.gamer.SendData(packetWriter, SendDataOptions.InOrder);}private void ReadIncomingPackets(LocalNetworkGamer gamer){//As long as incoming packets are available keep reading them
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TIÊU CHUẨN ASTM C230

TIÊU CHUẨN ASTM C230

This specification is under the jurisdiction of ASTM Committee C01 onCement and is the direct responsibility of Subcommittee C01.22 on Workability.Current edition approved Aug. 10, 1998. Published March, 1999. Originallypublished as C 230 – 49 T. Last previous edition C 230 – 97.Copyright © ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, United States.1C 230/C 230MFIG. 1 Flow Table and Accessory Apparatus (Partial) (In./Lb)values obtained with a suitable calibration material.2,3pedestal shall be obtained at all points. No nuts or other suchleveling devices shall be used between the plate and thepedestal. Leveling shall be effected by suitable means underthe base of the pedestal.3.2 The pedestal shall be 10 to 11 in. [250 to 275 mm]square at the top, and 15 to 16 in. [375 to 400 mm] square atthe bottom, 25 to 30 in. [625 to 750 mm] in height, and shallbe of monolithic construction, cast from concrete weighing atleast 140 lb/ft3 [2240 kg/m 3]. A stable gasket cork padding, 1⁄2in. [13 mm] thick and the same size as the pedestal bottom orfour pieces of padding 1⁄2 in. [13 mm] thick and approximately4 in. [100 mm] square, shall be inserted under the pedestal orthe four corners, respectively. The flow table shall be checkedfrequently for levelness of the table top, stability of the
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Đề thi sát hạch kỹ sư công nghệ thông tin P1

ĐỀ THI SÁT HẠCH KỸ SƯ CÔNG NGHỆ THÔNG TIN P1

Đề thi sát hạch kỹ sư công nghệ thông tin 1. MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY BỘ KHOA HỌC VÀ CÔNG NGHỆ HOÀ LẠC HIGH TECH PARK BAN QUẢN LÝ MANAGEMENT BOARD KHU CÔNG NGHỆ CAO HOÀ LẠC VIETNAM IT EXAMINATION AND TRUNG TÂM SÁT HẠCH CÔNG NGHỆ TRAINING SUPPORT CENTER (VITEC) THÔNG TIN VÀ HỖ TRỢ ĐÀO TẠO (VITEC) FUNDAMENTAL SÁT HẠCH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY KỸ SƯ ENGINEER CÔNG NGHỆ THÔNG TIN EXAMINATION CƠ BẢN 4th April 2004 Ngày 4 tháng 4 năm 2004 Afternoon Phần thi buổi chiều Do not open the exam booklet until Không mở đề thi trước khi được instructed to do so. phép. Cán bộ coi thi không giải thích gì thêm Inquiries about the exam questions về câu hỏi. will not be answered. Spring 2004 VITEC Class II Information Technology Engineer Examination Afternoon Fundamental IT Engineer Examination (Afternoon) Questions must be answered in accordance with the following: Question Nos. Q1Q5 Q6Q9 Q10Q13 Question Selection Compulsory Select 1 of 4 Select 1 of 4 Examination Time 13:30 ~ 16:00 (150 minutes) Instructions: 1. Use an HB pencil. If you need to change an answer, erase your previous answer completely and neatly. Wipe away any eraser debris. 2. Mark your examinee information and test answers in accordance with the instructions below. Your test will not be graded if you do not mark properly. Do not mark or write on the answer sheet outside of the prescribed places. (1) Examinee Number Write your examinee number in the space provided, and mark the appropriate space below each digit. (2) Date of Birth Write your date of birth (in numbers) exactly as it is printed on your examination admission card, and mark the appropriate space below each digit. (3) Question Selection(Q6Q9 and Q10Q13) Mark the s of the question you select to answer in the “Selection Column” on your answer sheet. (4) Answers Mark your answers as shown in the following sample question. Sample Question In which month is this Fundamental IT Engineer Examination conducted? Answer group: a) March b) April c) May d) June Since the correct answer is “b” (April), mark your answer sheet as follows: Sample Reply b SQ a c d ウ 1 3. “Assembly Language specifications” are provided as a reference at the end of this booklet. Do not open the exam booklet until instructed to do so. Inquiries about the exam questions will not be answered. Company names and product names appearing in the test questions are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Note that the ® and ™ symbols are not used within. Mùa xuân 2004 VITEC Class II Information Technology Engineer Examination Afternoon Kỳ thi kĩ sư Công nghệ thông tin cơ bản (Buổi chiều) Các câu hỏi phải được trả lời tuân theo hướng dẫn sau: Số hiệu câu hỏi Q1Q5 Q6Q9 Q10Q13 Lựa chọn câu hỏi Bắt buộc Chọn 1 trong 4 câu Chọn 1 trong 4 câu Thời gian làm bài 13:30 ~ 16:00 (150 phút) Hướng dẫn: 1. Dùng bút chì HB. Nếu bạn cần thay đổi câu trả lời, hãy xoá sạch câu trả lời trước. Phủi hết bụi tẩy trên giấy. 2. Đánh dấu thông tin dự thi và các câu trả lời của bạn theo hướng dẫn dưới đây. Bài thi sẽ không được chấm điểm nếu không đánh dấu đúng. Không đánh dấu hoặc viết gì ngoài những chỗ đã được qui định trên phiếu trả lời. (1) Số báo danh Hãy viết số báo danh của bạn vào chỗ đã cho, và đánh dấu chỗ thích hợp dưới mỗi chữ số. (2) Ngày sinh Hãy viết ngày sinh của bạn (bằng số) chính xác như được in trong phiếu dự thi, và đánh dấu chỗ thích hợp dưới mỗi chữ số. (3) Lựa chọn câu hỏi(Q6Q9 and Q10Q13) Bôi đen ô s của câu hỏi mà bạn chọn trả lời trong cột “Selection collumn” trên phiếu trả lời. (4) Các câu trả lời Hãy bôi đen các câu trả lời như được nêu trong câu hỏi mẫu dưới đây. Câu hỏi mẫu Kì thi sát hạch kĩ sư CNTT cơ bản này được tiến hành vào tháng nào? Nhóm câu trả lời: a) Tháng Ba b) Tháng Tư c) Tháng Năm d) Tháng Sáu Vì câu trả lời đúng là “b)” (Tháng Tư), hãy đánh dấu vào phiếu trả lời như sau: Trả lời mẫu SQ a c d b ウ 1 3. Các đặc tả hợp ngữ được cung cấp làm tài liệu tham khảo tại cuối tập đề thi này. Không mở đề thi trước khi được phép. Cán bộ coi thi không giải thích gì thêm về câu hỏi. Tên công ti và tên sản phẩm xuất hiện trong các câu hỏi sát hạch là thương hiệu hay thương hiệu đã đăng kí của các công ti đó. Chú ý rằng các kí hiệu ® và ™ không được dùng bên trong. Questions 1 through 5 are compulsory. Answer every questions. Q1. Read the following text regarding the execution of an instruction, then answer the Subquestion. There is a computer with a main memory capacity of 65,536 words, wherein one word consists of 16 bits. It has four general purpose registers (0 through 3) and a program register (“PR” below). The format of instruction words (2 words in length) is as follows: OP R X I D adr OP: Specifies an instruction code in 8 bits. In this example, the following three instruction codes are used. 2016: Sets the effective address in the general purpose register specified by R. 2116: Sets the contents of the word indicated by the effective address in the general purpose register specified by R. FF16: Ends execution. R: Specifies a general purpose register number (0 through 3) in two bits. X: Specifies an index register number (1 through 3) in two bits. The general purpose register at the specified number is used as an index register. However, if “0” is specified, no index registerbased modification is made. I: Specifies “1” in a single bit for indirect address specification; otherwise, specifies “0”. D: Three extension bits which are always “0”. adr: Specifies an address in 16 bits. 3 The instruction word effective address is calculated as shown in the following table. Table Relationships Between X, I, and Effective Addresses X I Effective address 0 0 adr 1 through 3 0 adr + (X) 0 1 (adr) 1 through 3 1 (adr + (X)) Note ( ): The parentheses are used to denote information stored in the register or address inside the parentheses. Subquestion From the answer group below, select the correct answers to be inserted in the blanks through in the following text. When the contents of the general purpose registers and the main memory had the values shown in the figure below (values are in HEX notation), 010016 was set in PR and the program was executed. In this example, the command at the address 010016 sets the contents 011316 of the address 011B16 (underlined) to general purpose register 0. After the execution ends, is set to general purpose register 0, to general purpose register 1, to general purpose register 2, and to general purpose register 3. General purpose register 0 : 0003 1 : 0000 2 : 0000 3 : 0000 Program register PR : 0100 Main memory Address Fig. Values in General Purpose Registers, PR, and Main Memory 4 Answer group: a) 000016 b) 000116 c) 000216 d) 000316 e) 000416 f) 000516 g) 000616 h) 011316 i) 011516 5 Q2. Read the following text regarding the use of regular expressions, then answer subquestions 1 through 3. There is a ledger used to manage file information such as text and graphics, as shown in the example in Table 1. File information consists of four parameters (file name, type code, version code, date created), and each item is a character string. A search is performed on each of the items in this ledger. The search conditions are specified as regular expressions. Table 1 An Example of the Ledger File name Type code Version code Date created LOGOT01 JPG VR100 20020115 TITLEA1 GIF VR100 20020115 REPJP01 HTML VR203 20020122 OPINION3 TXT VR103 20030205 (1) The character strings for all of the items consist of uppercase letters, numbers, hyphens, and forward slashes, specified in the ASCII coded character sets for information interchange. (2) Table 2 below presents the metacharacters used in the regular expression of search conditions. A metacharacter is a character used to represent the syntax of an expression. 6 Table 2 MetaCharacters Used in Regular Expressions Meta Meaning Example expression Explanation of example character 4character character string Represents any single ⋅ M..N starting with “M” and ending with character. “N” A character string surrounded (Character Pattern consisting of the character by left and right parentheses is (MO) string) string “MO” treated as a single pattern. AB and one or more repetitions of ABX+ X Represents one or more (e.g., ABX, ABXX, ABXXX) repetitions of the immediately + One or more repetitions of the preceding character or pattern. (MO)+ pattern “MO” (e.g., MO, MOMO, MOMOMO) Represents 0 or more AB and zero or more repetitions ∗ repetitions of the immediately ABX of X preceding character or pattern. (e.g., AB, ABX, ABXX) Indicates that the immediately preceding character or pattern ? ABCD? ABC or ABCD appears zero times or one time. The subsequent character is treated not as a meta AB The character string AB character, but as the character itself. Represents the selection of a A|B A or B | character or pattern. (AB)|(CDE) The pattern “AB” or “CDE” Any single character (3, 4, or 5) Represents the selection of any 3–5 in the group of consecutive single character from a group characters m–n of consecutive characters Any single character (W, X, Y, or going from “m” to “n”. W–Z Z) in the group of consecutive characters 7 Subquestion 1 File version codes are registered in the ledger in the syntax shown below. A version code starts with the three characters “VR”, followed by a singledigit number (1 through 9) representing the version number and ending with a twodigit number (00 through 99) representing the version branch number. For example, if the version number is 1 and the branch number is 03, then the version code is “VR103”. From the following answer group, select the answer which is incorrect as a version code search using regular expressions. Answer group: a) Specify “01” to extract files whose branch code is 01. b) Specify “R.. 1” to extract files whose branch code is 01. c) Specify “R13” to extract files whose version number is 3 or less. d) Specify “302” to extract a file whose version number and branch code are 3 and 02, respectively. e) Specify “VR302” to extract a file whose version number and branch code are 3 and 02, respectively. Subquestion 2 Type codes (threedigit or fourdigit character strings) indicating file types are registered in the ledger. There are eight different type codes, as shown below. GIF HTM HTML JPG JPEG JPN MPEG TXT Files whose type codes are JPG or JPEG need to be extracted. From the following answer group, select the answer which is the correct regular expression to be used for searching for the type codes. Answer group: a) JPEG? b) JPEG c) JPE?G d) JP+G e) JP?G f) JP.G 8 Subquestion 3 File creation dates are registered in the ledger. A creation date is a character string containing a fourdigit number (0001 through 9999) representing the calendar year, followed by a twodigit number (01 through 12) representing the month, followed by a twodigit number (01 through 31) representing the day, with hyphens connecting these numbers together. For example, the date March 20, 2003 is represented by “20030320”. A file creation date search was performed using the regular expression shown below. From the following answer group, select all dates which are extracted by a search using this regular expression. ..(0(1|2))+.1 Answer group: a) 20010210 b) 20011211 c) 20020221 d) 20021110 e) 20021201 f) 20030110 9 Q3. Read the following text regarding LAN access control, then answer the subquestion. CSMACD (Carrier Sense Multiple AccessCollision Detect) is an access control system used in bus LANs, which use coaxial cable, and in star LANs, which use twistedpair cable and hubs. With CSMACD, the following procedure is used during frame transmission for carrier sensing and collision detection between multiple devices connected to a transmission path. Description of Frame Transmission Procedure Step 0: Wait until there is a frame to be transmitted. When a frame to be transmitted occurs, go to step 1. Step 1: If a carrier from another connected device is sensed on the transmission path, go to step 2; otherwise, go to step 3. Step 2: When the time period determined using a random number passes, return to step 1. Step 3: Start frame transmission and go immediately to step 4. Step 4: If there is no collision during frame transmission, the transmission is deemed successful. Return to step 0. If a collision is sensed during frame transmission, go to step 5. This check to determine whether there is a collision during frame transmission is performed because there is a possibility that the start of frame transmission from another connected device cannot be sensed in step 1 due to signal propagation delay on the transmission path. Step 5: Switch the frame being transmitted to a signal notifying other devices of the occurrence of a collision. After transmitting this for a set length of time, return to step 2. This signal allows other connected devices to know that a collision has occurred. 10
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BÀI GIẢNG TRUYỀN DẪN SỐ LIỆU MẠNG CHƯƠNG 3 CÁC NGHI THỨC LỚP LIÊN KẾT DỮ LIỆU ĐH BÁCH KHOA TP HCM TT

BÀI GIẢNG TRUYỀN DẪN SỐ LIỆU MẠNG CHƯƠNG 3 CÁC NGHI THỨC LỚP LIÊN KẾT DỮ LIỆU ĐH BÁCH KHOA TP HCM TT

3-3Kiểm sóat lỗi(Errror Control).nPhía nhận khi nhận được frame sẽ kiểm tra có lỗi hay không,sau đó có 2 khả năngn Gởi lại phía phát bản tin điều khiển để xác nhận là khungtin không lỗi.n Gởi lại phía phát bản tin điều khiển để yêu cầu phát lạikhung tin nếu khung tin lỗi.Ø Quá trình này diễn ra tự động nên gọi là AutomaticRepeat Request (ARQ)Khoa Điện – Điện tử - ĐHBK TP.HCM3-4Kiểm sóat lỗinCác phương pháp kiểm soát lỗi:n Idle RQ ( Stop and Wait )n Implicit ( Hiểu ngầm )n Explicit ( Từơng minh )n Continuous RQn Selective Repeat
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GNU EMACS MANUAL

GNU EMACS MANUAL

GNU Emacs ManualGNU Emacs ManualSeventeenth Edition, Updated for Emacs Version 24.5.Richard Stallman et al.This is the Seventeenth edition of the GNU Emacs Manual,updated for Emacs version 24.5.Copyright c 1985–1987, 1993–2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc.Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document underthe terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.3 or any laterversion published by the Free Software Foundation; with the Invariant Sectionsbeing “The GNU Manifesto,” “Distribution” and “GNU GENERAL PUBLICLICENSE,” with the Front-Cover Texts being “A GNU Manual,” and with theBack-Cover Texts as in (a) below. A copy of the license is included in thesection entitled “GNU Free Documentation License.”(a) The FSF’s Back-Cover Text is: “You have the freedom to copy and modifythis GNU manual. Buying copies from the FSF supports it in developing GNUand promoting software freedom.”Published by the Free Software Foundation51 Franklin Street, Fifth FloorBoston, MA 02110-1301 USAISBN 978-0-9831592-5-4Cover art by Etienne Suvasa; cover design by Matt Lee.
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Bài thảo luận tiếng anh chủ đề A famous hotel

Bài thảo luận tiếng anh chủ đề A famous hotel

1. Introducing: Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi Hotel is a five star hotel located at 15 Ngo Quyen street, near Hoan Kiem Lake and the Opera House of the city, distance from hotel to Noibai airport about 33kms.The Sofitel Metropole Hanoi ancient architectural style of the French colonial era Metropole is the first five star hotel in Hanoi. It was built in 1901 by French investors. It has French’s architectural styles, the walls are covered with white paint, green door frame with lots of iron flower oblique sophisticated design, soft ... Metropole hotel serves mostly foreign tourists. In the early 1950s,Clownking Charlie Chaplin and the author of The Quiet American – Graham Greene stayed at the hotel Sofitel Metropole Hanoi. Metropole hotel is wonderful place to take wedding photos
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IMPLEMENTATION OF A SINGLE PHASE ELECTRONIC WATT HOUR

IMPLEMENTATION OF A SINGLE PHASE ELECTRONIC WATT HOUR

www.ti.comFigure 16. Metrology Project Build in IAR6Results and CalibrationIf the procedures and configurations are complete in the previous two sections, the results can beobserved and based on these; calibration can be performed. Calibration is key to any meter’s performanceand is absolutely necessary for every meter to go through this process. Initially every meter would exhibitdifferent accuracies due to silicon-silicon differences, sensor accuracies and other passive tolerances. Inorder to nullify their effects, every meter should be calibrated. Simple procedures to accomplish thisprocess are shown in this section. For any calibration to be performed accurately there should be anaccurate source available. The source should be able to generate any desired voltage, current and phaseshifts (between V and I) or power factors. In addition to an accurate source, there should also be areference meter that acts as an arbitrator between the source and the meter being calibrated. This sectiondiscusses a simple and effective method of calibration of this 1-phase EVM.A PC GUI can be downloaded from the associated zip file, which is located at the following URL:http://www.ti.com/lit/zip/slaa517. After decompressing the zip file, a folder by the name “GUI” will have allthe necessary files to run this application.SLAA517A – May 2012 – Revised June 2013Submit Documentation FeedbackImplementation of a Single-Phase Electronic Watt-Hour Meter Using theMSP430F6736Copyright © 2012–2013, Texas Instruments Incorporated19
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