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  • For IELTS. "The essay is a commonly assigned form of writing that every student will encounter while in academia. Therefore, it is wise for the student to become capable and comfortable with this type of writing early on in her training." Section 3 has one longer text (about 700 words) with more complex lan¬ guage and structure. The text will be about a general topic and will come from sources like general interest magazines.

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  • The Soneplex 220 HDSL (HLX220) module operates with ADC's Soneplex HDSL Remote module to provide full duplex DS1 transport over two unconditioned, non-loaded copper loops up to 12,000ft. An HDSL Repeater doubles the distance up to 24,000ft. Designed for plug-in compatibility with central office-based 220- type repeater shelves, the HLX220 provides fast, simple and economical HDSL transmission in new or existing installations.

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  • At the core of a programming language are its data types and operators. These elements define the limits of a language and determine the kind of tasks to which it can be applied. As you might expect, C++ supports a rich assortment of both data types and operators, making it suitable for a wide range of programming. Data types and operators are a large subject. We will begin here with an examination of C++’s foundational data types and its most commonly used operators. We will also take a closer look at variables and examine the expression....

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  • The most fundamental point to understand about the C++ I/O system is that it operates on streams. A stream is an abstraction that either produces or consumes information. A stream is linked to a physical device by the C++ I/O system. All streams behave in the same manner, even if the actual physical devices they are linked to differ. Because all streams act the same, the same I/O functions and operators can operate on virtually any type of device. For example, the same method that you use to write to the screen can be used to write to a disk...

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  • This paper describes an efficient parallel system for processing Typed Feature Structures (TFSs) on shared-memory parallel machines. We call the system Parallel Substrate for TFS (PSTFS}. PSTFS is designed for parallel computing environments where a large number of agents are working and communicating with each other. Such agents use PSTFS as their low-level module for solving constraints on TFSs and sending/receiving TFSs to/from other agents in an efficient manner.

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  • Module Linux essentials - Module 13 introduce basic security and identifying user types. After studying this chapter students should be able to: Working with root and standard users, understanding system users.

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  • ELTS Express is a two-level preparation course for students at Intermediate (4-5.5) and Upper-intermediate (5.5-7) levels. IELTS-type tasks, with practice activities, provide students with the key skills, language, and confidence needed for exam success. Both books are an ideal choice for short preparation courses of 30-40 hours and can easily be extended for courses up to 90 hours.

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  • They sleep in their own caravan or in a cheap hotel. These are the adventurous types, usually with a couple of children. They are always looking for a nice deserted beach all for themselves. There is the third type - people who are much more intrepid. These are the ones that sail around the world in a small yacht; trek across the Pyrenees; cross over the Alps following Hannibal's trail; or do an 8,000m climb in the Himalayas.

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  • Explain that even though Microsoft ASP.NET Web Services support a rich set of data types, not all of the Microsoft .NET Framework data types are appropriate for Web Services. Tell the students that Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) is the preferred protocol for Web Services. Explain how using Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)-GET and POST limit the types of data a Web Service can support. Teach the module as a set of tradeoffs. Explain to the students that circumstances may dictate different choices in different scenarios....

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  • This module provides students with the details about how class inheritance works in C# and explains how to derive new C# classes from existing classes. It explains how to use the method types virtual, override, and new. It briefly explains sealed classes, and then describes interface concepts. Students will learn how to declare an interface and how to implement the two types of interface methods. Finally, the module introduces abstract classes and discusses how to implement abstract classes and methods in a class hierarchy....

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  • You will understand the physical meaning behind the mathematics of wireless signals and learn the intricacies and tradeoffs in signal selection and design.

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  • Explain that XML is fundamental to Web Services. Do not spend much time on the basics of XML. Briefly review the important XML concepts. Cover the topics on XSD as a progressive tutorial, rather than a list of concepts. Explain how the default serialization behavior for .NET Framework data types can be modified. Explain the importance of the ability to modify default serialization behavior of data types.

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  • This module describes how to create and use Microsoft XML schemas to validate XML documents. Students have already been introduced to the concept of validation in Module 2, ìOverview of XML Technologies.î In that module, we introduced the need for validation, showed the syntax of simple Document Type Definitions (DTDs), and briefly mentioned the use of XML schemas as the preferred alternative to DTDs.

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  • S/N ratio should be above a certain threshold (a function of modulation scheme). Signal power should be above the sensitivity threshold. Predict received signal strength when the transmitter and receiver have a clear line-of-sight path between them.

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  • This module provides students with an overview of the Common Type System (CTS). Students will learn about value-type variables. They will also create and use user-defined data types. After completing this module, students will be able to: Describe the types of variables that can be used in C# applications. Name variables according to standard C# naming conventions. Declare variables by using built-in data types. Assign values to variables. Convert existing variables from one data type to another. Create and use their own data types....

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  • In this module, students will learn how to create simple multidimensional expression (MDX) query statements that generate a report. Students will learn the terminology that is used to create a query, and then they will be introduced to an interface that can be used to process a query and create a report. Finally, students will learn about different types of simple query statements and how to create them.

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  • This module provides students with detailed information about reference types. It defines reference types and how they relate to classes. It explains the differences between reference-type and value-type variables. It explains the string type in detail as an example of a built-in reference type. This module also covers the System.Object class hierarchy and the object type in C#, showing the relationships between the various types. An overview of common namespaces in the Microsoft® .NET Framework is provided....

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  • This module provides students with an introduction to the Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF) Team Model, including the team goals for success, team roles of the model, how to scale the model for small or large projects, principles of a successful team, and how to apply the model to different types of projects.

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  • This module provides students with the information necessary to add and manage a Microsoft® SharePoint™ Portal Server content source. After completing this module, students will be able to: Describe the components that are used in the searching and indexing features of SharePoint Portal Server. Define content source and describe the types of content that are supported, how a content source is used, and how to add a content source. Manage a content source by setting schedules, scope, and rules, and describe additional functions that apply to content sources....

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  • This module provides students with an introduction to the Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF) Process Model, including an overview of process models (waterfall and spiral); a discussion of the MSF milestone-driven and phase- based process model; the underlying principles of the MSF model, including living documents, versioned releases, and project tradeoffs, and a synopsis of how the Process Model can be applied to other types of projects, such as enterprise architecture (EA), application development (AD), and infrastructure deployment (ID). ...

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