OpenStack is an open source software for building public and private clouds, born from
Rackspace and NASA. It is now a global success and is developed and supported by scores
of people around the globe and backed by some of the leading players in the cloud space
today. This book is specifically designed to quickly help you get up to speed with OpenStack
and give you the confidence and understanding to roll it out into your own datacenters.
Only in limited cases, for example, can the
nonlinearities of the Navier-Stokes equations be ignored. With the addition of energy
and mass transport, multiphase flows, and moving boundaries, as are present in
practical applications, the complexity becomes magnified. Each chapter of this book
presents an interesting approach to this complexity.
This demo presents LeXFlow, a workflow management system for crossfertilization of computational lexicons. Borrowing from techniques used in the domain of document workflows, we model the activity of lexicon management as a set of workflow types, where lexical entries move across agents in the process of being dynamically updated. A prototype of LeXFlow has been implemented with extensive use of XML technologies (XSLT, XPath, XForms, SVG) and open-source tools (Cocoon, Tomcat, MySQL).
This paper introduces a method for computational analysis of move structures in abstracts of research articles. In our approach, sentences in a given abstract are analyzed and labeled with a specific move in light of various rhetorical functions. The method involves automatically gathering a large number of abstracts from the Web and building a language model of abstract moves. We also present a prototype concordancer, CARE, which exploits the move-tagged abstracts for digital learning.
Chapter 7 - Assembly language. The main contents of this chapter include all of the following: Assembly language programming - Moving up a level, an assembly language program, the assembly process, beyond the assembly of a single assembly language program.
Chapter 7 - LC-2 assembly language. The main contents of this chapter include all of the following: Assembly language programming - Moving up a level, an assembly language program, the assembly process, beyond the assembly of a single assembly language program.
Although mobile devices, cellular phones, Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) and other
handheld devices have hardware constraints such as small screen, small storage, low CPU
speed, and low resolution, their popularity has been enormously increasing. This is
enhancing the opportunities for researchers to overcome those open problems caused of
small size hardware constraints. However, still the biggest difficulty is that these devices are
too difficult to load today’s visual information because most current information is based on
a large visual documentation.
Android 3.0 Animation, a Beginner's Guide, will introduce each of the most popular
animation techniques to you as an Android developer. Using step-by-step instructions,
you will learn how to create interactive dynamic forms, moving graphics, and 3D motion.
You will be taken on a journey from simple stop motion animations and fades through to
moving input forms, and then on to 3D motion and game graphics. In this book we will
create standalone animated graphics, three-dimensional lifts, fades, and spins.
The Internet is now a household term in many countries. With otherwise serious people beginning to joyride
along the Information Superhighway, computer networking seems to be moving toward the status of TV sets and
microwave ovens. The Internet has unusually high media coverage, and social science majors are descending on
Usenet newsgroups, online virtual reality environments, and the Web to conduct research on the new "Internet
Thanks to mobile phones, we have moved from virtually no one having access to information
to virtually everyone having access to the vast resources of the Web. This is
arguably the most important achievement of our generation. Despite its overarching
importance, mobile computing is in its infancy. Technical, financial, and political forces
have created platform fragmentation like never before, and it’s going to get worse before
it gets better.
Carriers are moving voice services to packet networks both to reduce upfront and
operational costs and to provide more value-added services in an increasingly
competitive environment. A recent study by a major carrier found that packet
equipment was 70 percent less expensive than traditional voice equipment, and
data access lines were 60 percent to 80 percent cheaper than voice lines.
Maintenance of packet networks was 50 percent less expensive, while
provisioning was 72 percent lower.
Vietnam has a vision to build a democratic, clean, strong and modernised civil
service. It promulgated the Ordinance of Cadre and Civil Servants in 1998,
revised it in 2000 and 2003 and recently promulgated the new Law on Cadre and
Civil Servants that will come into effect on January 2010. The PAR Master
Programme (20012010) also made efforts to improve the quality of the civil
service and civil servant management, with mixed success. ...
Integration Services (SSIS), the next generation of the Extract, Transport, and Load (ETL) feature included with
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 has befuddled Database Administrators. This is due to the new programming paradigm
and the complexity of the development environment. SSIS includes many new capabilities bundled with a
Visual Studio front end. This paper explores the creation of sample development data featuring the use of the
most basic features in this new interface.
This book describes how to program mobile telephones, pagers, PDAs, and other small devices
using Java technology. It is about the Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP), which is part
of the Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME). It is concise and complete, describing all of MIDP
as well as moving into several exciting advanced concepts such as 3D graphics and cryptography.
This third edition covers MIDP 2.0, and has been updated to track the Java Technology for
the Wireless Industry (JTWI 1.0) de facto standard.
Two of the things that I really like about developing for the web is that
rate at which our technology changes, and manner in which new technology
helps us solve old problems—perhaps ones that we’ve solved in
a much less clean manner. This can be both exciting and frustrating. Exciting
because it’s always fun to work with new tech and play with new toys.
Frustrating because it’s imperative that, as developers, we stay on top of a
moving-target at all times.
ARP is used as a tool for confirming that a computer is successfully resolving network Layer 3 addresses to Media Access Control (MAC) Layer 2 addresses. The TCP/IP network protocol relies on IP addresses like 192.168.14.211 to identify individual devices and to assist in navigating data packets between networks. While the IP address is essential to move data from one LAN to another, it cannot deliver the data in the destination LAN by itself. Local network protocols, like Ethernet or Token Ring, use the MAC, or Layer 2, address to identify local devices and deliver all data. A computer MAC...
Protocol analysis software has a feature called capture. This feature allows all frames through an interface to be captured for analysis. With this feature, it is possible to see how the TCP moves segments filled with user data across the network. TCP may seem to be a bit abstract, but the protocol analyzer shows just how important TCP is to network processes such as e-mail and web browsing.
At least one of the hosts must have the Protocol Inspector software installed. If the lab is done in pairs, having the software installed on both machines means that each person can run...
Blame Shaquile O'Neal. Facebook's sudden, desperate move to help celebrities, sports peronalities, and big brands transform their some what static Facebook pages into full blown profiles is, I think, a direct response to the excitiement created by relative twitter new bie and basketball icon shaquile O'Neal.
Although you can find numerous celebrities on twitter, most employ handlers and sycophants to post updates.
As part of Oracle Fusion Middleware, the components of Oracle SOA Suite enable you to build, deploy and manage Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA), and can be used as the glue to integrate your applications whilst moving your enterprise towards a service oriented future. The recipes in "Oracle SOA Suite 11g Developer's Cookbook" will provide you with a solid foundation for your SOA Suite implementation ensuring its efficiency and reliability.