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  • This chapter introduces the C++ language and gives enough detail to allow you to handle simple programs involving expression, assignments, and console input/output (I/O). The details of assignment and expressions are similar to those of most other high-level languages. Every language has its own console I/O syntax, so if you are not familiar with C++, that may look new and different to you.

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  • Offers complete coverage of the C++ programming language. This title offers provides all the tools necessary for experienced and novice programmers to master C++, including: thorough coverage of the Standard Template Library; complete and fully executable code throughout; sections highlighting programming tips and common pitfalls; and a logical order of coverage of C++ topics in order for readers to better understand the language. This book is appropriate for anyone interested in learning how to programming using the C++ programming language....

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  • Object-oriented programming (OOP) is the core ingredient of the .NET framework. OOP is so important that, before embarking on the road to .NET, you must understand its basic principles and terminology to write even a simple program. The fundamental idea behind OOP is to combine into a single unit both data and the methods that operate on that data; such units are called an object. All OOP languages provide mechanisms that help you implement the object-oriented model. They are encapsulation, inheritance, polymorphism and reusability. Let's now take a brief look at these concepts....

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  • We present a language-pair independent terminology extraction module that is based on a sub-sentential alignment system that links linguistically motivated phrases in parallel texts. Statistical filters are applied on the bilingual list of candidate terms that is extracted from the alignment output. We compare the performance of both the alignment and terminology extraction module for three different language pairs (French-English, French-Italian and French-Dutch) and highlight languagepair specific problems (e.g. different compounding strategy in French and Dutch). ...

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  • Current research in text mining favours the quantity of texts over their quality. But for bilingual terminology mining, and for many language pairs, large comparable corpora are not available. More importantly, as terms are defined vis-à-vis a specific domain with a restricted register, it is expected that the quality rather than the quantity of the corpus matters more in terminology mining. Our hypothesis, therefore, is that the quality of the corpus is more important than the quantity and ensures the quality of the acquired terminological resources. ...

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  • Project name "C# Coding convention" this document is specified for SWT’s developers who will attempt to a C# project development. The developers should read this specification for standardization coding style and understandable for other teammates. After all, it could make your project more standard and professional.

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  • Vice President/Publisher Associate Publisher Associate Editor Senior Production Editor Executive Marketing Manager Creative Director Senior Designer Production Management Services Editorial Assistant Senior Media Editor Cover Photo Cover Design Bicentennial Logo Design Don Fowley Judith Joseph Brian Kamins Valerie A. Vargas Amy Scholz Harry Nolan Kevin Murphy Aptara, Corp. Sarah Vernon Allison Morris c Brian Baley/Getty Images, Inc. David Levy Richard J. Pacifico This book was set in 10/12 Cheltenham Light by Aptara, Corp. and printed and bound by R. R. Donnelley & Sons, Inc.

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  • Practice 1 a) D has a number of teeth F. b) B has a diameter C. d) has a faster speed F. g) B has a greater number of teeth than A; the speed of is therefore . e) The speed of is slower than the speed of . f) C has a smaller A, so A has a speed. greater greater faster E B number of teeth than B Using Figure 3.2 to complete the text below: c) F has a speed . than than than D slower than C Slower than A

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  • 7 a) What is the part/ item to take out water on the windscreen of a car? b) What is the part at the top of a car? c) What protects from the wind? d) What covers the car engine? e) Where can you put your suitcases/ luggage in the car? f) What helps the driver see that the front car is turning left or right? g) What can you see on a car so that you know where you sign the car? Answer the following questions:

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  • This chapter presents the commands you need to know when configuring the various IP routing protocols on Cisco routers. Frequently, the terminology presents the most challenging aspect of understanding routing with Cisco IOS. Therefore, after reviewing the basic CCIE blueprint objectives covered in this chapter, we’ll offer a brief overview of basic terminology. Then, we’ll move on to discuss the Cisco IOS routing configuration commands.

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  • The purpose of this paper is to introduce the reader to the latest in BGP4 terminology and design issues. It is targeted to the novice as well as the experienced user. For any clarification or comments please send e-mail to shalabi@cisco.com.

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  • satisfy boundary conditions at more than one value of the independent variable, the resulting problem is called a two point boundary value problem. As the terminology indicates, the most common case by far is where boundary conditions are supposed

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  • We successfully found hundreds of botnets by examin- ing a subset of the spam email messages received by Hot- mail Web mail service. The sizes of the botnets we found range from tens of hosts to more than ten thousand hosts. Our measurement results will be useful in several ways. First, knowing the size and membership gives us a bet- ter understanding on the threat posed by botnets. Second, the membership and geographic locations are useful infor- mation for deployment of countermeasurement infrastruc- tures, such as rewall placement, trafc ltering policies, etc.

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  • Required terminology and general information for this chapter: Program – a series of instructions for a computer to execute. Programming languages: Machine, Assembly, and High Level How the first computers were programmed? By manually connecting wires. Machine language: programs and data were entered into the computer using zeros and ones. All operation codes (opcodes) and operands were entered in binary numbers. Machine language is the machine "understandable" language.

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  • Terminological variation, a means of identifying research topics from texts Fidelia I B E K W E - S A N J U A N C R I S T A L - G R E S E C , Stendhal University, Grenoble France and Dept. o f Information & C o m m u n i c a t i o n I U T du Havre - B.P. 4006 - 76610 Le Havre France E-mail : fidelia@iut.univ-lehavre.fr Abstract After extracting terms from a corpus of titles and abstracts in English, syntactic variation relations are identified amongst them in order to detect...

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  • In the past years, a number of lexical association measures have been studied to help extract new scientific terminology or general-language collocations. The implicit assumption of this research was that newly designed term measures involving more sophisticated statistical criteria would outperform simple counts of cooccurrence frequencies. We here explicitly test this assumption.

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  • This module provides students with the basic theory, concepts, and terminology of object-oriented programming. It also provides a minimal amount of C# syntax, specifically for implementing encapsulation. After completing this module, students will be able to: Define the terms object and class in the context of object-oriented programming. Define the three core aspects of an object: identity, state, and behavior. Describe abstraction and how it helps you to create reusable classes that are easy to maintain.

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  • UMTS standard: WCDMA/FDD Layer 1 17.1 TRANSPORT CHANNELS AND PHYSICAL CHANNELS (FDD) 17.1.1 Transport channels In the terminology used in wireless communications, ‘transport channels’ are the services offered by Layer 1 to the higher layers. The purpose of this section is to introduce basic terminology and abbreviations used in practice. For more details, see www.3gpp.org. We start with the definition of the channels.

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  • 2 Chemistry and Transport of Petroleum Hydrocarbons 3800 B.C. First documented use of asphalt for caulking reed boats 2.1 INTRODUCTION An understanding of the chemistry and transport of petroleum hydrocarbons provides the foundation for forensically reviewing information dealing with petroleum hydrocarbon contamination. This chapter provides basic terminology and concepts associated with the transport and fate of crude oil and refined products in the subsurface. 2.

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  • CHAPTER 24 SPRINGS Robert E. Joerres Applications Engineering Manager Associated Spring, Barnes Group, Inc. Bristol, Connecticut 24.1 INTRODUCTION / 24.2 24.2 GLOSSARY OF SPRING TERMINOLOGY / 24.2 24.3 SELECTION OF SPRING MATERIALS / 24.4 24.4 HELICAL COMPRESSION SPRINGS /24.10 24.5 HELICAL EXTENSION SPRINGS / 24.27 24.6 HELICAL TORSION SPRINGS / 24.34 24.7 BELLEVILLE SPRING WASHER / 24.38 24.8 SPECIAL SPRING WASHERS / 24.49 24.9 FLAT SPRINGS / 24.53 24.10 CONSTANT-FORCE SPRINGS / 24.56 24.11 TORSION BARS / 24.60 24.12 POWER SPRINGS / 24.61 24.13 HOT-WOUND SPRINGS / 24.64 REFERENCES / 24.

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