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  • LAB has a reputation for enormous power, yet virtually all reference materials that advocate its use illustrate its capabilities with a single class of image. This chapter introduces the basic LAB correction method and explains why it is so extraordinarily effective—if you happen to have a picture of a canyon.eep in Death Valley, land of desolation and summertime heat in the high 120s, a narrow canyon holds several lessons about color,

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  • The boundary of the detailed view are defined with a spline. To sketch a spline, pick points around the center point to define the view boundary. Press middle mouse button to finish. Pick a location above the snap ring groove on the top view. The detailed view appears. Be sure to move the detailed view and notes to best location – see figure.

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  •   The Center  for Audit Quality  (CAQ) was  founded  in order  to promote a  robust dialogue about  issues of importance to the U.S. capital markets for the benefit of investors, the public company  auditing  profession  and  the  markets  as  a  whole.  As  part  of  that  mission,  the  CAQ  recently  commissioned  a  survey  to  examine  an  essential  participant  in  the  preparation  of  audited  financial statements: audit committees.

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  • In this paper, a method which intends to provide the motion in every point of the path with possible maximum velocity is described. In fact, the path is divided to transient and cruising parts and the maximum velocities are required only for the latter. The given motion is called “Time-optimal cruising motion”. Using the parametric method of motion planning, the equations for determining the motions are given.

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  • The editors express gratitude to the people whose advice and help at critical points in the project helped the volume come to fruition. Leanne Nash, Catherine Tucker, Glenn Stone, Dick Norgaard, as well as reviewers for New York University Press, pointed us to useful publications. Nora Haenn worked on the reader as a Mellon Foundation Fellow in Anthropology and Demography while at the Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina. In addition to the Foundation, she thanks the Carolina Population Center for building such a supportive research atmosphere.

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  • For small, medium, and large businesses, it is critical to provide high availability of data for both customers and employees. The objective behind disaster recovery and business continuance plans is accessibility to data anywhere and at any time. Meeting these objectives is all but impossible with a single data center. The single data center is a single point of failure if a catastrophic event occurs. The business comes to a standstill until the data center is rebuilt and the applications and data are restored....

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  • Diagnosis and Treatment by Clinical State The disease continuum—from the appearance of a preneoplastic and invasive lesion localized to the prostate, to a metastatic lesion that results in symptoms and, ultimately, mortality from prostate cancer—can span decades. Management at all points is centered on competing risks that are defined by considering the disease as a series of clinical states (Fig. 91-1).

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  • The starting point for this document was a review of literature on the creative sector and community change guided by Mark Stern and Susan Seifert from SIAP. Next, staff from TRF interviewed people involved in community development and cultural activity in Philadelphia and Baltimore, two cities that exemplify the plight of post-industrial urban centers. We then examined the arts and culture-related investments within TRF’s portfolio and reflected on how those investments relate to TRF’s model of investor-driven change. ...

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  • The Basics of Social Marketing was developed under the auspices of the Turning Point Social Marketing National Excellence Collaborative, one of five national collaboratives working to strengthen and transform public health as part of the Turning Point Initiative. Seven states and two national partners participated in this project: Illinois, Ohio, Maine, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, Virginia, the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation provided financial support for this endeavor.

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  • This addresses the bandwidth problem, in a way: A web site owner will certainly service fewer RSS requests as end users start polling the central service instead. The operators of these central services will definitely have bandwidth issues of their own: they will now be at the center of all RSS traffic. There is a far more insidious danger inherent in this approach, however: a central point of control, failure, and censorship has now been established for all partici- pating users.

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  • Ideas and trends can be as contagious as viruses. Seemingly unrelated, small events can mount to epidemic proportions, and “the slightest push” in “just the right place” will change everything. This is what Malcolm Gladwell (2000) calls the Tipping Point, a unique moment “when everything can change all at once.” After decades of changes, health care is approaching this transforming moment— and we want to be among those who deliver the push in the right place, creating a new system, a “virtual health system,” that delivers the greatest good to the greatest number.

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  • The processing results show that the common displacement direction is close to south-southwest with the largest value being approximately 2 m and the affected area being about 160 km in the southeast direction centered around the earthquake epicenter. However, a detectable GNSS signal was still observed at a station some 647 km away from the epicenter.

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  • We present a full Nesterov-Todd (NT) step infeasible interior point algorithm for second-order cone optimization based on a different way to calculate feasibility direction. In each iteration of the algorithm we use the largest possible barrier parameter value θ. Moreover, each main iteration of the algorithm consists of a feasibility step and a few centering steps. The feasibility step differs from the feasibility step of the other existing methods. We derive the complexity bound which coincides with the best known bound for infeasible interior point methods.

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  • The p-center problem is to locate p facilities in a network so as to minimize the longest distance between a demand point and its nearest facility. In this paper, we give a construction on a graph G which produces an infinite ascending chain G=G0≤G1≤ G2 ≤ ... of graphs containing G such that given any optimal solution X for the p-center problem on G , X is an optimal solution for the p-center problem on Gi for any i ≥ 1.

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  • This format has been tested for cognitive and attitudinal gains in students and the results clearly point out to its benefits. Instructional materials for a oneyear general chemistry sequence have been developed to facilitate its implementation in classrooms. The most important aspects of the format with tested practices are discussed while challenges and implications of findings are shared in order to assist instructors interested in implementing innovative formats of instruction such this one, the cAcL2.

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  • This first step is important to understanding how the hand is constructed and were the pivot points are. Once you are comfortable with the proportions of the hand it will be easier to draw it in different positions. For now let's concentrate on the basic "Spread Fingered" hand. Follow along and study your own hand as you go. Hands : Step 1- the oval Draw an oval. Much like the one you see to the left. Designate a point on the lower center line of the oval. This is the anchor point we'll use for our fingers. ...

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  • Late in the year 1970, a major turning point occurred in my scientific career: I joined the staff of a federal fisheries research center at Sandy Hook, New Jersey. One of the principal programs of that center was to examine the effects of coastal pollution on productive systems of the oceans, especially effects on fish and shellfish resources.

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  • 27 Humanoid Robots 27.1 27.2 Zero-Moment Point — Proper Interpretation Introduction • The ZMP Notion • The Difference between ZMP and the Center of Pressure (CoP) Modeling of Biped Dynamics and Gait Synthesis Single-Support Phase • Double-Support Phase • Biped Dynamics • Example 27.3 Miomir Vukobratovi´ c Mihajlo Pupin Institute Control Synthesis for Biped Gait Synthesis of Control with Limited Accelerations • Synthesis of Global Control with Respect to ZMP Position • Example 27.4 27.

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  • Geometry and Trigonometry storing the current angle in a variable (line 12) and incrementing the angle to the next button position (line 13). The value of the angle is converted from degrees to radians using deg2rad(), the utility function we’ve discussed before, at the end of the script. The button is then created using the library symbol with the SatelliteButton linkage class, centered, and positioned on the circle defined by the mainButton center point and radius. The same technique to move an object along a circular path is used here.

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  • dipole antenna is a radio antenna that can be made of a simple wire, with a center-fed driven element. It consists of two metal conductors of rod or wire, oriented parallel and collinear with each other (in line with each other), with a small space between them. The radio frequency voltage is applied to the antenna at the center, between the two conductors. These antennas are the simplest practical antennas from a theoretical point of view.

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