Matlab flow control/structure Hello peoples new to MATLAB trying to work out how to get this program to work. Basically start off with a massive matrix (127x255) with a 1 at (1,127) and then runs for 127 rows according to the rules below. If anyone can see anything wrong with this please let me know. Matlab skills very weak at present.
%zero array with 127x255
%set 127th value in row 1 to 1
for i = 2:127
%no. of rows
%no. of colums
left = pattern(i,j-1);
%element on cells left
right = pattern(i,j+1);
Clear flow control counters 6513 Does anyone know how you clear the flow control counters displayed
under the show flowcontrol command.
I am using a 6513 sup 720 IOS ver 12.2(18)SXF5
Clear counters ?
> Does anyone know how you clear the flow control counters displayed
> under the show flowcontrol command.
>clear counters does not work on IOS 12.2 on the sup 720.
It used to work on our Sup2 with CatOS.
I have the same problem - is it a bug in software or is there another
I have read the command reference and cant find anything in there
Does anyone know how to do... by Meridian Technology Corp).
X.25 software, Version 3.0.0.
TN3270 Emulation software.
1 Virtual Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 interface
48 FastEthernet/IEEE 802.3 interfaces
34 Gigabit Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 interfaces
10 Ten Gigabit Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 interfaces
1917K bytes of non-volatile configuration memory.
8192K bytes of packet buffer memory.
65536K bytes of Flash internal SIMM (Sector size 512K).
Configuration register is 0x2102
Clear "show interface" counters on all interfaces [confirm]
Did it clear all of your flow control Counters ie tx pause and rx
control/data flow analysis in scheme Hello,
Could I get some example lines of thought, or paper titles, of the
state of the art in control and dataflow analysis for functional
languages in general, and scheme specifically? Things specifically not
I have quite a collection of papers and theses on this topic already, but
they mostly date from the early to late ninties starting with Shivers. The
stuff in the mid 2000s seem to be reflection on the earlier stuff.
At this point, is "The Essance of Compiling with Continuations" by
Flanagan, Sabry, Duba, Felleisen, the last word on the topic?
Simulink Load Flow machine initialization Hi,
I need help urgently..
I have a problem at hand. I need too simulate a power system network in simulink, with all that syn generator, load and slack bus.
I have learnt from help that the model needs to be set at an initial state as that of steady state. But am unable to figure out hw to get those values. I have seen a simulink demo in wich his model was runnin perfect bcos of exact initial setting.
Once I get to kno d initial states, I will hav to perform a load flow on the network.
But hw do i get dose initial states, I am just given the generator configuration, slack bus config., trx line config..
Derivatives of user-defined control-flow functions Can anyone correctly define derivatives of
user-defined control-flow functions?
The derivative of build-in control function 'If' is evaluated as:
In= D[If[f[x], g[x], h[x]], x]
Which is perfectly correct answer. I wish to introduce my own
control flow function MyIf and define it's derivatives with
properties identical to ones in build-in If function.
Usually derivatives are defined via properties of
symbol 'Derivative' by setting
Derivative[order...][function_name]:= (derivative definition)
but this method fails in case of control-flow expressions.
The problem origin is in the rule for derivatives of
In= D[f[g[x]], x]
This rule should not be applied if 'f' is control-flow function such
as 'If', 'Which', etc, and it is really so for build-in control-flow
expressions. But how can I suppress this deepely build-in rule for
some user-defined symbols?
I am experienced user of Mathematica, and I use widely symbolic
and functional programming in my applications,
but can't find any solution of this problem
Understanding cross-realm ticket flow Hello there,
I'm currently trying to get cross-realm authentication working with a
one-way active directory trust that involves a service principal in the
trusting realm running apache with mod_auth_kerb.
The setup uses 2 W2K3 R2 domain controllers which have a 1-way trust.
Realm (domain) LABS.A.COM trusts realm (domain) CORP.A.COM - it is an
external (non-transitive) trust. Inside of LABS.A.COM I have an apache
server configured using mod_auth_kerb named support.labs.a.com with a
service principal created for HTTP/support.labs.a.com@LABS.A.COM setup
properly on the domain controller (a