ADS Tutorial #4 Filter Design
Oklahoma State University Part I Synthesis Filters with Lumped Circuit Elements
From the top menu click “tool”, and then select “E-Syn” to start it. Click on the “Select Type” button on the top right corner, a menu will pop up and we can select the type of filters. Suppose we need to synthesis 3rd order Chebyshev LPF, and then we can fill the parameter table. Next we click the button for synthesis, and a small window will pop up. Click on the “synthesis” button on the lower left corner, two designs are available, one is CLC circuit...
Introduction Drawing hair is definitely one of the trickiest part of almost every portrait. However, you will definitely like it if you acquire technique and skill in it. Therefore I introduce some easy and effective ways to draw wavy or straight hair or hair blowing in the wind. No matter how much chaotic the hair is, you'll be able to draw it. This tutorial explains two techniques of drawing hair on four portraits. I laid emphasis on minimum of drawing equipment. You need just pencil, charcoal and rubber eraser. ...
Java is a success. It is now used across the programming landscape, from embedded devices to enterprise-class distributed systems. As Java's use increases, the pressure grows for it to expand to meet the diverse needs of the developer communities. The latest edition of Java, JDK 1.4 (or J2SE 1.4), includes new features like a new I/O system, a persistent preferences framework, Java Web Start, and Java regular expressions.
Our goal is to identify the features that predict cue selection and placement in order to devise strategies for automatic text generation. Much previous work in this area has relied on ad hoc methods. Our coding scheme for the exhaustive analysis of discourse allows a systematic evaluation and refinement of hypotheses concerning cues. We report two results based on this analysis: a comparison of the distribution of Sn~CE and BECAUSEin our corpus, and the impact of embeddedness on cue selection. ...
This work is the first systematic investigation of initiative in human-human tutorial dialogue. We studied initiative management in two dialogue strategies: didactic tutoring and Socratic tutoring. We hypothesized that didactic tutoring would be mostly tutor-initiative while Socratic tutoring would be mixedinitiative, and that more student initiative would lead to more learning (i.e., task success for the tutor).
Introduction to TCP/IP Networking Network Model TCP/IP Terms Host Names Internet Addresses Subnet Addresses Internet Addresses to host name mapping Quiz# 1 Routing TCP/IP Daemons TCP/IP Information files TCP/IP Local Information files ifconfig mkhosts route Quiz# 2 TCP installed links Internet Services Common internet services error messages Trouble shooting commands ping netstat Trouble shooting Techniques
Introduction to TCP/IP
The basic concepts of signals and systems arise in a variety of contexts, from engineering
design to financial analysis. In this chapter, you will learn how to represent, manipulate, and
analyze basic signals and systems in MATLAB. The first section of this chapter, Tutorial 1.1,
covers some of the fundamental tools used to construct signals in MATLAB. This tutorial
is meant to be a supplement to, but not a substitute for, the tutorials given in The Student
Edition of MATLAB User's Guide and The MATLAB User's Guide.
Programming Contest is a delightful playground for the exploration of intelligence of
programmers. To start solving problems in contests, first of all, you have to fix your aim.
Some contestants want to increase the number of problems solved by them and the other
contestants want to solve less problems but with more efficiency. Choose any of the two
categories and then start. A contestant without any aim can never prosper in 24 hours
online judge contests. So, think about your aim.[
Step 1 - The Initial Line Drawing
There are two things that you should carefully observe when starting your drawing of an eye: 1 - The difference in shape between the upper and lower eyelids. 2 - How the upper eyelid covers the top of the iris. (mouse over the image to view this effect.)
Step 2 - The Eyeball
There are two main elements to consider when drawing the glassy surface of the eye:
In this 2 point perspective drawing lesson you'll learn how to draw buildings and objects at an angle. It's almost the same as the one point perspective but instead of just one point along the horizon you'll have two points. This will allow you to draw perspective objects at an angle - not just straight on like one point perspective. Where the first tutorial just scraped the surface of perspective, mastering 2 point perspective drawing will give you the info you need for drawing more interesting things. Build a Simple Construction Grid Start just like you did with lesson...
Our subject for this exercise is this Whistling Kite.
All you will need for this exercise are two tubes of paint and two brushes plus a sheet of watercolor paper and a pencil.
Materials Indigo Burnt Sienna 1" flat brush #2 liner brush HB lead pencil Watch this demonstration on RealPlayer
Step 1 The first step is to loosely draw the basic shapes. The idea is not to carefully
.draw every detail then fill it in, but to get a rough guideline for the major shapes. Don't worry about accurate details, but concentrate on accurate proportions. (HB lead pencil)
There are a few things to consider when creating pencil drawings of people.
1. Will you draw from a live model or photograph? Personally, I find it easier and definitely more convenient if I can draw from a photograph. It is also cheaper. Drawing from a live model can and is very helpful when learning how to "see." However, keeping a model to pose for a few hours can be pricey and they can sometimes lose the genuine look of the initial expression or pose. Imagine someone telling you to smile for two hours straight. ...
Time : Allow 40min Aim : To study draw a portratit using the 'inside-out' method. Materials : The sketch pad, HB and 4B pencil, eraser, a ruler for measurements if need be.
Allow five minutes to for the quick sketch test. Two minutes to do and three to mark. Swap, display and title if necessary.
Mostly everything we draw is based on regular solids such as cubes, spheres, cylinders and pryramids ... or a combination of them all. In this lesson we shall be using a sphere, a half-pyramid and a cylinder.
When starting the preliminary drawings for any project it is best to keep the lines light and sketchy. A 2H pencil hardness is ideal for this. This is one thing I have definitely learned over the years that has greatly impacted my design and the process of which I work. When I was in high school there was a fellow artist's work that I admired for the skill and and overall style his pieces possessed. While watching him work one day I noticed he only used two or maybe three different pencils on his pieces: a 2B pencil and...
Two, security testing is important for understanding, calibrating, and documenting the
operational security posture of an organization. Aside from development of these systems, the operational
and security demands must be met in a fast changing threat and vulnerability environment. Attempting to
learn and repair the state of your security during a major attack is very expensive in cost and reputation,
and is largely ineffective. Three, security testing is an essential component of improving the security
posture of your organization.
At the bottom of the screen is the Property inspector. If the Property inspector isn’t visible,
choose Window Properties. The Property inspector displays properties for a selected object
or tool. You can change these properties. If no objects or tools are selected, the Property
inspector displays document properties.
The Property inspector displays either two or four rows of properties. If the Property inspector
is at half height, that is, displaying only two rows, you can click the expander arrow in the
lower right corner to see all properties.
There are a few different tips that I can share about pencil shading. They are quite simple to get the hang of. All shading can be done with the use of a pencil and line. It is how you use the line that makes the shading effective.
There are two different ways that you can do pencil shading. All the rest is merely strategy and preference. 1. Use the tip When using the tip of the pencil you will have more control over the tones that are put on the paper. You can get much lighter tones with lighter pressure...
Step 1 Firstly select an image you wish to draw from, either a different atmosphere it represents i.e happy, romantic, scary or sad and how you want to create the portrait: landscape or portrait.
I decided to draw an landscape piece and have a romantic setting, and an image reference from “North and South” and used pencil. Step 2 Then I draw the outline and composition of the two faces. I started to draw the hand and worked my way to the left side of the paper. Shown below.
– Information Systems Laboratory
– Faculty for Computer Science
– Universität der Bundeswehr, Munich
Create the following scenario
– Two nodes, link in between
– Sender agent: Agent/UDP
– Receiver agent: Agent/Null
– Connect agents
– Data source: Application/Traffic/CBR
– Run from 0.5 to 4.5 sec, finish at 5.0 sec
In Better, Faster, Lighter Java, authors Bruce Tate and Justin Gehtland argue that the old heavyweight architectures are unwieldy, complicated, and contribute to slow and buggy application code. As an alternative means for building better applications, the authors present two "lightweight" open source architectures: Hibernate--a persistence framework that does its job with a minimal API and gets out of the way, and Spring--a container that's not invasive, heavy or complicated.