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Beyond Fractured City Regions 175 advance. Yes, we need to think systemically about the place of infrastructure in much wider political economies and political ecologies (see Farias and Bender, 2010; Heynen, Kaika, and Swyngedouw, 2006). But we also need to think about how local political passions might be deployed and redeployed, and we must consider these issues before the next global crisis of capitalism rather than in its aftermath. With respect to the urban question, we in Ontario presently have an arguably workable land-use decision-making system. Where strategic urban infrastructure is concerned, however, the decision-making system has gone from bad (i.e., generic class-environmental assessments) to worse. In the wake of federal opposition-party pressures to have counter-cyclical infrastructure spending rolled out as fast as possible in early 2009, our present Canadian government leaders listened and set the scene for doing just that: they cancelled many of the foregoing environmental assessments while, at the same time, refusing to open up federal infrastructure-funding allocations to the computer tracking that is currently an option for citizens in the United States. As to the budgetary allocations that have been made, they do not appear to have been either strategic or vast. Some of the better thought through big-city infrastructure opportunities (e.g., Mayor Miller’s vision of coordinated tower renewal and light-rail schemes in Toronto’s poorest suburban zones—see E.R.A. Architects, 2008) were met with less than polite responses from the federal government (to put it mildly). These responses were followed by the federal government denying funding to strategic and synergistic city-building projects. And now those same leaders appear to be on their way back to the future, i.e., back to the deficit fighting mantra of their (neo)Liberal federal predecessors of the 1990s (as Gindin and Panitch’s analyses of the needs of finance capital would suggest). If this is the case, the economic and ecological costs associated with Canada’s urban infrastructure deficits will likely continue to grow. 4
However, and despite this fast development of the domestic CRM market, the implementation rate of CRM systems in Chinese State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) has been very low [Chen, 2006]. There may be various reasons that lead to such a low CRM implementation rate in Chinese SOEs. In particular, SOE managers and staff may not have a clear understanding on the concept of CRM. More importantly, they may not recognize the need and benefits for implementing CRM in the company. However, not many studies were done in the past to investigate these CRM issues in the context of Chinese SOEs. The study reported in this paper thus aimed to contribute to this research gap, by exploring the current situation of CRM adoption in Chinese SOEs. It aimed to provide valuable insights to make Chinese managers become more aware of the needs for implementing and using CRM in SOEs.
Power may be supplied to the module through the pins J1-1 and J1-2. Use of this option requires a regulated voltage input limited to the range of +3.3VDC to +5VDC. This input is connected directly to the module power and ground planes. Care should be exercised not to over-drive this input. Use of connector J1 to supply +3.3V to the module requires disabling the voltage supervisor (LV1) by opening cut-trace CT-1. See the Low-Voltage Detect section below. To re-enable the low-voltage supervisor, install a 1206 sized 0-ohm resistor at CT1. Connector J1 may also be used to source +5V power from the on-board regulator to external modules attached to connector J1. The PWR_SEL option header determines how power is routed to the module.
TLS 1.3. Early TLS 1.3 drafts, e.g. draft-ietf-tls-tls13-08 , contained a 0-RTT key exchange mode where a QUIC-like ServerConfiguration message is cached by the client. The current version draft-ietf-tls-tls13-18  follows a dierent approach, where the initial key establishment between a client and a server is never 0-RTT. Instead, it denes a method to establish a new session based on the secret key of a previous session. Even though this is also called 0-RTT in the current TLS 1.3 specication, it is rather a 0-RTT session resumption protocol, but does not allow for 0-RTT key establishment. Most importantly, the major dierence between the approach of the current TLS 1.3 draft in comparison to a real 0-RTT key exchange protocol is that the former requires storing of secret key information on the client between sessions. In contrast, a 0-RTT key establishment protocol does not require secret information to be stored between sessions.
The fact that ergodic measures are uniformly scaling is at least implicit in other works, in particular [H1, F2], and even explicit in [H2, Section 3] in the setting of interval maps. The main difficulties in most of these examples are structural complications corresponding to the geometry of the specific setting. We consider the problem in symbolic space, where these complications do not occur, and aim to give a clear exposition of why the necessary convergence occurs relying only on classical ergodic theory.
Generally, the application of single lap joints are the most used type of joints in the industry because they are much simpler to be fabricated. Therefore, the most efficient type of loading for the adhesive is shear since adhesive is normally loaded in shear . In order to minimize the stress concentrations and increase the joint strength, it was identified that mixing of adhesive joints using a strong adhesive in the middle of overlap will contribute to a more uniform distribution of stresses and enhance the joint strength. Epoxy-based ICAs would improve the adhesion strength as compared to polyimide and silicone-based ICAs . Thus, mixing technique can be applied by mixing the ECA with epoxy adhesive to increase the lap-joints strength. There are numerous type of adhesives that can be used in the application of single lap joints such as Araldite ® Rapid (Huntsman, Basel, Switzerland). The
QPSK (OQPSK), the I and Q bit streams are offset in their relative alignment by one bit period (one half of a symbol period). This is shown in the dia- gram. Since the transitions of I and Q are offset, at any given time only one of the two bit streams can change values. This creates a dramatically different constellation, even though there are still just two I/Q values. This has power efficiency advantages. In OQPSK the signal trajectories are modified by the symbol clock offset so that the carrier ampli- tude does not go through or near zero (the center of the constellation). The spectral efficiency is the same with two I states and two Q states. The reduced amplitude variations (perhaps 3 dB for OQPSK, versus 30 to 40 dB for QPSK) allow a more power-efficient, less linear RF power amplifier to be used.
For a given application, it may be appropriate to slow the log rate down, logging less data, but switching to the Max/Min log method. For a given time period, the user will still have an indication that an excursion has occurred during the log period but without the higher sample rate and hence higher volume of data.
Nowadays, there is a common tendency to seek simpler and faster solutions that could be used in a process of software development. At the same time two other trends can be observed - rapid increase of mobile applications popularity and introducing IT con- cepts to non-IT specialists. This is why App Inventor 2 is one of the tools that software development community is interested in. The goal of this paper is to verify the possi- bility of using App Inventor as a tool for creating personal applications and compare it with possibilities given by Java, which is a native environment for Android platform. Comparison was based on application for managing personal text notes which was created in both solutions. The application had the same layout as well as analogical code, and it was the subject of performance tests followed by a survey. Performance test revealed that both implementations provided efficiency which is good enough for everyday use and small size personal applications. Survey participants preferred application built in Java due to its better responsiveness and visual appearance. Con- cluding, current shape of App Inventor, makes it useless for professionals, but useful for non-IT specialists for creating personal applications.
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African horse sickness is an economically highly important non-contagious but infectious Orbivirus disease that is transmitted by various species of Culicoides midges. The equids most severely affected by the virus are horses, ponies, and European donkeys; mules are somewhat less susceptible, and African donkeys and zebra are refractory to the devastating consequences of infection. In recent years, Bluetongue virus, an Orbivirus similar to African horse sickness, which also utilises Culicoides spp. as its vector, has drastically increased its range into previously unaffected regions in northern Europe, utilising indigenous vector species, and causing widespread economic damage to the agricultural sector. Considering these events, the current review outlines the history of African horse sickness, including information concerning virus structure, transmission, viraemia, overwintering ability, and the potential implications that an outbreak would have for Ireland. While the current risk for the introduction of African horse sickness to Ireland is considered at worst ‘ very low ’ , it is important to note that prior to the 2006 outbreak of Bluetongue in northern Europe, both diseases were considered to be of equal risk to the United Kingdom (‘medium-risk’). It is therefore likely that any outbreak of this disease would have serious socio-economic consequences for Ireland due to the high density of vulnerable equids and the prevalence of Culicoides species, potentially capable of vectoring the virus.
Suppose 𝑋𝑋 is a bound BCK-algebra and let 𝐼𝐼 be a proper commutative (resp. implicative, positive implicative ) ideal, then there is a maximal commutative (resp. implicative, positive implicative ) ideal containing 1. In the next theorem some of equivalent conditions of maximal ideals are given.
lumped value and presented as a percentage of the total signal. On an oscilloscope, it is relatively easy for a person to discern THD levels in the double digits. On the other hand, it is very difficult, if not impossible, for an individual to discern THD levels much below 1% by eye. Of course, what matters is what we can hear, not how the waveform looks. To put this in perspective, many high fidelity audio amplifiers exhibit THD levels below 0.1% while an over-driven guitar amplifier might be running over 20%. THD is not the final word on distortion though. It has its limits. For example, all of the distortion products are lumped together. It says nothing about which harmonics are particularly strong or their distribution. It also doesn't say much about what happens when multiple frequencies interact. One method of trying to quantify that is to apply two sine waves at different frequencies to the amplifier simultaneously. The result is called an Intermodulation Distortion rating, or IMD . This is also expressed as a percentage.
Backing up this database will not perform a complete back up of Ascent Capture 7.x & 6.x You must also back up your Ascent Capture server files and folders and your Ascent Capture designated image folders in order to have a complete backup. Use the Ascent Capture Data Backup and Restore Instructions ApplicationNote for assistance with backing up your Ascent Capture product.
The impetus for the formulation of this Governance Code comes from a number of sources. The emergence of the worldwide governance movement and the long tradition of formal university governance structures had already been reﬂected in The Irish Universities Act 1997. The Act laid down a new statutory framework for university governance; this obviously has taken primacy in the drafting of the code. In addition, the introduction of the 2001 code of practice for the governance of State Bodies needed to be adapted and extended to the universities as organizations in receipt of substantial public funding. Finally, the 2001 framework, the Financial Governance of Irish Universities agreed between the HEA and the Conference of the Heads of Irish Universities (now the Irish Universities Association), was due also to be revised at this time.
1. Life support devices or systems are devices or systems which, (a) are intended for surgical implant into the body, or (b) support or sustain life, and whose failure to perform when properly used in accordance with instructions for use provided in the labeling, can be reasonably expected to result in a significant injury to the user.
3 = extensive, consistent data covering all dependencies relevant to the component, perhaps with models; should provide clear insights into mitigation or management of problem hopefully based on its mechanistic understandings.