Existing orientation systems

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  • If we are to realize the everyday benefits promised by pervasive computing and context- aware applications, we must first develop the foundation systems that will make those applications easy to develop, to deploy, and to maintain. We must develop systems that provide the necessary contextual information with accuracy, robustness, and scalability. We must also address the technical challenges of engineering these systems for use by humans and mobile devices in indoor environments.

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  • Body sun = new Body( ); An object is created by the new method The runtime system will allocate enough memory to store the new object If no enough space, the automatic garbage collector will reclaim space from other no longer used objects. If there is still no enough space, then an OutOfMemoryError exception will be thrown No need to delete explicitly

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  • This paper sets out the main lines of the existing EU Transport Policy, and transport research. After a brief description of the main elements of this policy, a discussion is given of its relation with transport research and the basic orientations that existed under the previous Framework Programmes for EU funded research. Then the main elements of the policy for the new (6th) Framework Program are presented.

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  • The speci c robotic system considered is a vehicle whose kinematic model approximates the mobility of a car. The con guration of this robot is repre- sented by the position and orientation of its main body in the plane, and by the angle of the steering wheels. Two velocity inputs are available for motion control. This situation covers in a realistic way many of the existing robotic vehicles. Moreover, the car-like robot is the simplest nonholonomic vehicle that displays the general characteristics and the dicult maneuverability of higher- dimensional systems, e.g.

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  • Though systems still exist based on these models, they are not nearly as common as they once were. A directory service like ActiveDirectory orOpenLDAP is where you are most likely to engage in new hierarchical development. Another model—the object model—is slowly coming into favor for limited problem domains. As its name implies, it is a data model based on object-oriented concepts. Because Java is an object-oriented programming language, it actually maps best to the object model.

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  • The deregulation of the telecommunications industry, creating pressure on new operators to innovate in service provision in order to compete with existing traditional telephone service providers, is and will be an important factor for an efficient use of the spectrum. It is certain that most of the information communicated over future digital networks will be data rather than purely voice. Hence, the demand for high-rate packet-oriented services such as mixed data, voice, and video services, which exceed the bandwidth of conventional systems, will increase.

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  • Object-oriented programming allows you to derive new classes from existing classes. This is called inheritance. Inheritance is an important and powerful feature in Java for reusing software. Suppose you are to define classes to model circles, rectangles, and triangles. These classes have many common features. What is the best way to design these classes so to avoid redundancy and make the system easy to comprehend and easy to maintain? The answer is to use inheritance.

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