Most of the objects in the Excel Object Model have objects with associated collections. The collection
object is usually the plural form of the associated object. For example, theWorksheets collection
holds a collection ofWorksheet objects. For simplicity, each object and associated collection will be
grouped together under the same heading.
Làm việc với các tài liệu XML Object Model Tôi muốn có kiểm soát nhiều hơn các tài liệu XML như tôi tạo ra nó. Tôi nghe nói rằng tôi có thể làm điều này với XML DOM. Làm thế nào để làm việc với các tài liệu XML Object Model?
The Document Object Model is a platform- and language-neutral interface that will allow programs and scripts to dynamically access and update the content, structure and style of documents. In this chapter we will learn with Document Object Model, inviting you to refer.
Learning objectives of this chapter include: Understand the architecture of the OSI model, understand the layers of the OSI model and their functions, understand the architecture of the TCP/IP Protocol Suite, differentiate between the OSI model and the TCP/IP Suite, differentiate between the three types of Internet addresses.
Lecture 2: The object model. The main contents of this chapter include all of the following: Objects and method calls, interfaces, UML notation, object relationships, process/algorithm –oriented vs. object, oriented approaches.
I am an admitted object-oriented fanatic. I have been designing and implementing object-oriented
software for more than twenty years. When I started designing and implementing object-oriented
, I encountered many detractors. They would say things like “The object model isn’t
complete,” “You can’t have public variables,” “The development environment doesn’t work well
with objects,” “Objects and vector operations don’t mix,” “Object-oriented code is too hard to
debug,” and “MATLAB objects are too slow.
Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UML: Theory and Practice shows how to drive an object-oriented software design from use case all the way through coding and testing, based on the minimalist, UML-based ICONIX process. In addition to a comprehensive explanation of the foundations of the approach, the book makes extensive use of examples and provides exercises at the back of each chapter.
Object tracking consists in estimation of trajectory of moving objects in the sequence of images. Automation of the computer object tracking is a difficult task. Dynamics of multiple parameters changes representing features and motion of the objects, and temporary partial or full occlusion of the tracked objects have to be considered. This monograph presents the development of object tracking algorithms, methods and systems.
This book describes the object-oriented (OO) paradigm, a development
strategy based on the concept that systems should be built from a collection
of reusable components called objects. Instead of separating data and
functionality, as is done in the structured paradigm, objects encompass
both. While the object-oriented paradigm sounds similar to the structured
paradigm, as you will see in this book, it is actually quite different.
Tills paper describes a computational method for correcting users' miseonceptioas concerning the objects modelled by a compute," s.ystem. The method involves classifying object-related misc,mce|,tions according to the knowledge-base feature involved in the incorrect information. For each resulting class sub-types are identified, :.:cording to the structure of the knowledge base, which indicate wh:LI i.formativn may be supporting the misconception and therefore what information to include in the response. ...
I As a user interacts with a database or expert system, s/he may reveal a misconception about the objects modeled by the system. This paper discusses the R O M P E R system for responding to such misconceptions in a domain independent and context sensitive fashion. R O M P E R reasons about possible sources of the misconception. It operates on a model of the user and generates a cooperative response based on this reasoning. The process is made context sensitive by augmenting the user model with a new notion of object perspective which highlights certain...
GOD (General Ontology Discovery) is an unsupervised system to extract semantic relations among domain speciﬁc entities and concepts from texts. Operationally, it acts as a search engine returning a set of true predicates regarding the query instead of the usual ranked list of relevant documents. Our approach relies on two basic assumptions: (i) paradigmatic relations can be established only among terms in the same Semantic Domain an (ii) they can be inferred from texts by analyzing the Subject-Verb-Object patterns where two domain speciﬁc terms co-occur. ...
The Unified Modelling Language, or the UML, is a graphical modelling language that
provides us with a syntax for describing the major elements (called artifacts in the
UML) of software systems. In this course, we will explore the main aspects of the
UML, and describe how the UML can be applied to software development projects.
Through to its core, UML leans towards object oriented software development, so in
this course, we will also explore some of the important principles of object
Microsoftís Component Object Model (COM), Distributed Component Object
Model (DCOM), and COM+ each provide services and structure that aid in
implementing large applications. It is important to understand these models
because they will help you make good decisions about selecting the candidate
technologies for developing the business solution. These models also provide
many benefits that can be used by the application designer and developer. This
module describes these technologies and presents guidelines for implementing
Since it’s standardization by the OMG (Object Management Group) in November 1997,
the Unified Modeling Language (UML) has had a tremendous impact on how software
systems are developed. The role of modeling in specifying and documenting complex
software systems is being accepted, and an industrial approach to software engineering
is on its way to becoming reality.
This book will explain the Object Oriented approach to programming and through the use of small exercises, for which feedback is provided, develop some practical skills as well.
At the end of the book one larger case study will be used to illustrate the application of the techniques. This will culminate in the development of a complete C# program which can be downloaded with this book.
Topics covered include: Abstraction, Inheritance, Polymorphism, Object Oriented Software Analysis and Design, The Unified Modelling Language (UML), Agile Programming and Test Driven Development...
The final chapter of the book presents an innovative method for fluid mechanical
design in which an object within the flow field is build element-by-element. Each
element is introduced into the flow, and its effect on a cost function is minimized with
respect to the object’s position. An element may represent added material or a
removed part of the existing structure. This chapter presents a strong degree of
This book aims to instil the reader with an understanding of the Object Oriented approach to programming and aims to develop some practical skills along the way. These practical skills will be developed by small exercises that the reader will be invited to undertake and the feedback that will be provided.
The concepts that will be explained and skills developed are in common use among programmers using many modern object oriented languages and are thus transferrable from one language to another.
Vision-based object recognition tasks are very familiar in our everyday activities, such as driving our car in the correct lane. We do these tasks effortlessly in real-time. In the last decades, with the advancement of computer technology, researchers and application developers are trying to mimic the humanâ€™s capability of visually recognising. Such capability will allow machine to free human from boring or dangerous jobs.
Biometric recognition is one of the most widely studied problems in computer science. The use of biometrics techniques, such as face, fingerprints, iris and ears is a solution for obtaining a secure personal identification. However, the â€œoldâ€ biometrics identification techniques are out of date. This goal of this book is to provide the reader with the most up to date research performed in biometric recognition and descript some novel methods of biometrics, emphasis on the state of the art skills....