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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: The development of postural strategies in children: a factorial design study

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: The development of postural strategies in children: a factorial design study

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  • This paper demonstrates a novel distributed architecture to facilitate the acquisition of Language Resources. We build a factory that automates the stages involved in the acquisition, production, updating and maintenance of these resources. The factory is designed as a platform where functionalities are deployed as web services, which can be combined in complex acquisition chains using workflows. We show a case study, which acquires a Translation Memory for a given pair of languages and a domain using web services for crawling, sentence alignment and conversion to TMX. ...

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  • Process selection refers to the strategic decisions of selecting the kind of production process to have in a manufacturing plant. The process flow in an organization refers to how a factory organizes material flow using one or more of the process technologies including the job shop, batch shop, assembly line, and continuous flows. The process chosen depends on the customization of the product as well as the volume required in the market.

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  • As manufacturing technologies follow the path from factory to home use, like personal computers, “personalized” manufacturing tools will enable consumers, schools and businesses to work and play in new ways. Emerging manufacturing technologies will usher in an industrial “evolution” that combines the best of mass and artisan production models, and has the potential to partially reverse the trend to outsourcing.

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  • On March 20, 1905, a disastrous boiler explosion occurred in a shoe factory in Brockton, Massachusetts, killing 58 persons, injuring 117 others, and causing a quarter of a million dollars in property damage. For years prior to 1905, boiler explosions had been regarded as either an inevitable evil or “an act of God” (see Figs. 1.1 and 1.2).

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  • Since the introduction of the first industrial robot UNIMATE in a General Motors automobile factory in New Jersey in 1961, robots have gained stronger and stronger foothold in the industry. In the meantime, robotics research has been expanding from fix based robots to mobile robots at a stunning pace. There have been significant milestones that are worth noting in recent decades.

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  • Base cases. You must always have some base cases, which can be solved without recursion. Making progress. Recursive call must always be to a case that makes progress towards some base case. Design rule. Assume that all the recursive calls works.

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  • Tạo một Project mới trên EA. Với mỗi mẫu thiết kế trong phần Creational: i. AbstractFactory ii. Builder iii. Factory Method iv. Prototype v.

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  • Robot arms have been developing since 1960's, and those are widely used in industrial factories such as welding, painting, assembly, transportation, etc. Nowadays, the robot arms are indispensable for automation of factories. Moreover, applications of the robot arms are not limited to the industrial factory but expanded to living space or outer space. The robot arm is an integrated technology, and its technological elements are actuators, sensors, mechanism, control and system, etc.

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  • An ideal way to run this experiment would be to run all the 4x3=12 wafers in the same furnace run. That would eliminate the nuisance furnace factor completely. However, regular production wafers have furnace priority, and only a few experimental wafers are allowed into any furnace run at the same time. Non-Blocked method A non-blocked way to run this experiment would be to run each of the twelve experimental wafers, in random order, one per furnace run.

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  • The last twenty years of the last millennium are characterized by complex automatization of industrial plants. Complex automatization of industrial plants means a switch to factories, automatons, robots and self adaptive optimization systems. The mentioned processes can be intensified by introducing mathematical methods into all physical and chemical processes

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  • Since the introduction of the first industrial robot UNIMATE in a General Motors automobile factory in New Jersey in 1961, robots have gained stronger and stronger foothold in the industry. In the meantime, robotics research has been expanding from fix based robots to mobile robots at a stunning pace. There have been significant milestones that are worth noting in recent decades. Examples are the octopus-like Tentacle Arm developed by Marvin Minsky in 1968, the Stanford Cart crossing a chair-filled room without human assistance in 1979, and most recently, humanoid robots developed by Honda....

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  • The Furniture Factory program is a proof-of-concept working prototype built to explore how to help designers construct physical prototypes using rapid prototyping and manufacturing machines. It provides a sketch-based design interface that a designer can use to draw furniture in 3-D. The design is then displayed in an isometric viewing window where the designer can view it and edit it. The program then decomposes the 3-D model into flat panels that are displayed in the parts window.

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  • The Factory scene in the figure shows the efficacy of the pairwise constraint. By modifying the weights of the pairwise distance and orientation terms, different groupings of work desks and chairs are obtained. The accessibility and visibility constraints acting together prevent the door and poster from being blocked. The Flower Shop provides a striking example of the effect of the pathways constraint, which maintains a clear path between the doors despite the dense coverage of the remainder of the room by flowers.

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  • Since the cost of manufacturing a custom train part on a small-scale 3D printer is only $25, Kendrick’s niche market of loyal consumers can afford to manufacture their own train parts -- no investment in factory-scale production is needed. Imagine if a model train enthusiast purchased Kendrick’s electronic blueprint and tried to produce the stainless steel train cowcatcher (shown in the figure) in a factory. The high cost of setting up a factory infrastructure would be well out of the reach of the average consumer.

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  • Two types of finishes help protect fabrics. Silicone (such as Sylmer) finishes repel water-based substances. Fluorochemical (such as Scotchguard, Zepel) finishes protect against both water-based and oil-based spills. Both types of finishes repel spills long enough to be wiped up, but they do not replace cleaning. These finishes are applied to the fabric surface and will wear off after extended use and cleaning. These finishes are applied to the fabric surface and will wear off after extended use and cleaning.

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  • Subprogram implementation Recursion Designing recursive algorithms Recursion removal Backtracking Examples of backtracking and recursive algorithms: Factorial Fibonacci The towers of Hanoi Eight Queens Problem Tree-structured program: Look-ahead in Game

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  • We want to make it easy for ordinary people, especially children, to design and manufacture three-dimensional models using planar components as an entrée to learning to design. We believe that the experience of designing and making things is a powerful vehicle for learning. For many people, designing and making something can be rewarding and engaging, and, we think, can motivate more general learning in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

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  • For a few thousand dollars, anyone can buy their own personal-scale manufacturing machine, download electronic blueprints to their home computer, and manufacture unique and complicated objects at home. Personal manufacturing machines, or “fabbers,” are the pint-sized, low-cost descendants of mass manufacturing machines used in factories. Different types of small-scale manufacturing machines such as 3D printers, laser cutters, and programmable sewing machines, combined with an electronic design blueprint, enable people to create a wide range of objects.

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