Six sigma, Six Sigma!!!!!
All my efforts and research to find an example of the application of
Six Sigma process to software have failed. Do people really use this
for software processes? I have serious doubts now.
> All my efforts and research to find an example of the application of
> Six Sigma process to software have failed. Do people really use this
> for software processes? I have serious doubts now.
Lots of people brag they do.
In manufacturing, six-sigma means you can statistically determine the odds
of a given machine producing an out-of-spec part are one in many billions.
I am planning to rebuild a Linux software RAID-5 array (on SuSE 9.3
Pro) to add more capacity.
The current config has four 120 GB drives. I want to add a 250 GB drive
with two 120-GB partitions, to have a total of six 120 GB "drives" in
Is it possible to do this? I realize the performance will not be as
good, but I wonder if it is even POSSIBLE to assign multiple partitions
to a software RAID array which are on the same physical device?
On 26 Apr 2006 15:23:43 -0700, usenet@DavidFilmer.com wrote:
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Fra...phase of noisy sine wave
I have following problem: I should get phases of noisy (white noise, SNR
is about 1), long sine waves (thousands of periods), and hopefully
probability phases are between certain values. Is there any methods
implemented in matlab, or could you offer me some solution for problem,
Thanks already for answers!
> I have following problem: I should get phases of noisy (white noise, SNR
> is about 1), long sine waves (thousands of periods), and hopefully
> probability phases are between certain values. Is there any methods
> implemented in mat...The ANSWER ! type "phase coherence" into Google.
The ANSWER ! type "phase coherence" into Google.
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It was at the #1 TOP spot, in Google, from Sept./22/2010 . . .
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...Rainbow Six: Lockdown demo
Wow, judging by the demo this one looks pretty terrible.
It's like Rainbow six, but with:
a) No planning stage
b) A single team
c) Very dumb AI
d) Extremely linear maps
e) Third person in-mission cutscenes from the enemy point of view
f) Bad voice acting
g) No need for stealth on hostage missions, at least in the demo level.
Feel free to blaze away with the largest calibre gun you like.
"schmo" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Wow, judging by the demo this one looks pretty terrible.
>...USB reliability in industrial machine
I wolud like to use USB protocol in new design board
But I be afraid of to use, because I know that sometimes the
communication fail between the computer and board and this mean for us
to make power off & on . this is a big problem for me/customer
?What is your recommended
> I wolud like to use USB protocol in new design board
> But I be afraid of to use, because I know that sometimes the
> communication fail between the computer and board and this mean for us
> to make power off & on . this is a big problem for me/customer
> ?Wh...CFP: 2nd Workshop on Statistical and Machine learning approaches applied to ARchitectures and compilaTion (SMART'08), Goteborg, Sweden
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T...FM0 (bi-phase space) decoding!
I'm having problems to decode the FM0 [
http://www.grantronics.com.au/serialformats.html ] data , the data rate
is 40 kbps and my atmega16 is using 16 Mhz clock.
MCU = atmega16
CPUclk = 16 Mhz
Prescaler Value = 8
Datarate = 40 kbps
Bit rate = 25 micro second
I have tried to use external interrupt pin for one edge and as well as
for both edges (Inverting the interrupt sense) but no luck so far. The
error rate is more than 50% ;-).
Any good pointers?
What is the best way to do this.
1) Catch either edge (falling , rising).
2) Catch ...Stack Machine Implementation in C++
I am in the process of implementing a stack machine virtual environment where
each entry on the stack is a 32-bit value which then can reference to any
memory pointer, numeric value, or alike.
My understanding of "stack" versus "heap" is that unless I use new/delete in
order to specifically allocate memory for a variable's storage space that it
will be allocated upon the stack, correct?
If so, the following three declarations would yield a total allocation of 4
stack slots assuming that strings are stored in ASCII 8-bit format and not
UNICODE 16-bit format.
u...Moving VO 2.8 to a new machine
I tried moving my VO 2.8 to a new computer, but I had to copy the
directory over to a D:\ drive instead of C:\. Needless to say this
didn't work. Is there anything I need to do so that it knows to point
to the D:\ drive instead of the C:\
You should be able to go into the cavo.cfg(??) file and change the paths.
"Geoff Chambers" wrote in message
I tried moving my VO 2.8 to a new computer, but I had to copy the
directory over to a D:\ drive instead of C:\. Needless...$$$HOW TO TURN SIX DOLLARS INTO SIX THOUSAND DOLLARS!!$$$:
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Mandriva Linux is a venerable distribution with numerous advantages to
recommend it, but it's no secret that the software's French publisher
has been facing tough times.
An announcement is apparently imminent as to the company's financial
future, but in the meantime Mageia--the fork that was born as a result
of all the turbulence--is proceeding along nicely.
Mageia has gained considerable popularity since its creation in late
2010, and it now occupies the No...Building data base on local machine.
can someone please help.
if this is the wrong group sorry.
I am running on a Pentium D Multi Processor, 1gb ram, lots of hard drive
space. Windows XP media edition
i would like to build a data base or simple flat file on my local Windows XP
machine. Multi Pentium D processors. I would like this data to display
dynamically on a web page. Basically I would be happy with being able to
show returning viewers any changes made to the database and not see the
cache version from their last visit.
this is what the hosting plan includes along with 5 mysql databases.
Windows Server 20...XP Pro machine loses connection when navigating to a particular folder
One of the oddest things ive experienced on my network before...
quick glance at my network:
300 machines, 90% are XP Pro, remaining 10% is a mix of 98 SE and 2000.
NOT on active directory yet, Still using a PDC (I work for a private
school, money is always tight).
User has a one year old Dell XP Pro machine. No connection problems
ever. The user has a mapped network drive to one of our servers. She is
the PR director, so she often has to navigate to a folder with many
pictures on it. Odd thing is that her computer runs fine until she
navigates to this folder full of pictures, then we get ...Simulating phase noise for PFD-CP
I am trying to simulate the phase noise for a phase frequency
detector-charge pump. I have a couple of questions. Hope you can help
me out with this.
(a) In the pnoise tab of the analysis window, if I choose my sweep
type to be relative, what should I choose the relative harmonic to be
(what does this option mean?).
(b) Once I get the noise current plotted. How do I integrate the
waveform over the frequency of interest. When one does a strobed noise
analysis, one gets the option of plotting the integrated noise. But,
this option doesn't appear when I do the normal pnoise analysis (or...How to implement a filter with arbitrary amplitude curve and phase curve?
I am currently working on a project which needs to design a custom filter
with arbitrary amplitude curve and arbitrary phase curve. All these cures
are known(I call it desired curve). I sampled desired amplitude curve and
did IFFT, then shifted, windowed. I got filter kernel. I checked this filter
amplitude with desired one, It matches very well. But, the phase of this
filter is totally different with desired phase curve.
How can I design this filter match both amplitude and phase character?
Did you account for the delay due to the length of the ...Perl :: Telnet Status of Machine
How can we get to know whether we can telnet to machine or not!
I am using.
"Kuldeep" <email@example.com> wrote in
> How can we get to know whether we can telnet to machine or not!
> I am using.
Try to connect and see if it works.
A. Sinan Unur <firstname.lastname@example.org>
(remove .invalid and reverse each component for email address)
comp.lang.perl.misc guidelines on the WWW:
...v4 and v5 on the same machine
We want to set up a PHP server for instructors to teach PHP, but
different instructors have different needs. Is it possible to install
PHP 4.3.8 *and* PHP 5 on the same machine? Perhaps using different
ports or something to keep them separated? I have a Windows 2003
Server running IIS6.
> We want to set up a PHP server for instructors to teach PHP, but
> different instructors have different needs. Is it possible to install
> PHP 4.3.8 *and* PHP 5 on the same machine? Perhaps using different
> ports or something to keep them separated? I have a Windows 2003
How can i set up time machine to do its back up at like 2AM?
Or change the interval between snap shots?
> How can i set up time machine to do its back up at like 2AM?
> Or change the interval between snap shots?
Just put in in motion like when you go to bed.
On May 8, 2:53=A0pm, John McWilliams <jp...@comcast.net> wrote:
> SpreadTooThin wrote:
> > How can i set up time machine to do its back up at like 2AM?
> > Or change the interval between snap shots?
> Just put in in motion like when you go to bed.
Ya but it wants to run on its own...Spartan3E Phase-Shifter
I have some doubts about the SPT3E Phase Shifter.
Data sheet V3.0, pg. 54, fig. 44: CLK180 is wrong. I must start as
high! (easy to see)
Data sheet V3.0, pg. 57, eq. 6: MAX_STEPS =
For example a 20MHz clock, TCLKIN=50ns
MAX_STEPS = +/-[integer(20*47n)] = +/-[integer(940*10E-9)] = +/- 0
Only seeing the "Answer Record: 22414" I understood.
How about changing it to: MAX_STEPS =
Now my doubts.
What happens when we overflow the Phase Shifter?
For the same 20MHz clock, MAX_STEPS = +/-940.
And if I shift 941 times...Building a local cluster around a rp2470 machine
Hi, i've turned back to HP-UX after 6 years on NT/2k server family.
My new development team have an rp2470 production machine that is
experimenting several crashes.
Among other solutions someone proposed to upgrade a current machine to a
cluster. So my question is:
i) is that possible to adquire another rp24700 and a commum SCSI disk-array
and build a cluster from the scratch?
ii) If the answer is YES, is the HP-UX Release 11i cluster-aware, ie, does
the OS supports a clustering configuration?
> i) is that possible to adquire another rp24700 and a commum SCSI
> a...Build a six-head, six-user Linux system
There is a new LinuxToys article that describes how
to build a multi-seat Linux box. The article is
fairly technical and deals with hardware selection
and, more importantly, xorg configuration.
The project is a failure, and at the bottom of the
article the author asks for help solving the problem
(which is a kernel oops on logout).
The article is at http://www.linuxtoys.org
On Mon, 13 Feb 2006 04:46:49 +0000, Bob Smith wrote:
> There is a new LinuxToys article that describes how
> to build a multi-seat Linux box. The article is
> fairly technical and deals wi...PHASE NOISE Analysis in Spectre
I am trying to run phase noise analysis for a voltage controlled coupled
ring oscillator implemented using differential buffers. Technology is
TSMC 0.18 micron. The problem is that PSS does not converge. As far as I
understand this happens because simulator thinks oscillations don�t ever
start. However according to my transient analysis this is not true. I
have run a lot of simulations on the schematic and I'm confident it works
just fine. My settings for the PSS are the following:
Beat frequency --- 1GHz
Output Harmonics --- 7
Accuracy Default ---moderate
tstab --- 1ns
I have sele...algorithm type vs machine model
With the parallel implementation we mean about the implementation
of algorithms for multi-processor machines.
What term should I use to concern the implementation of an algorithm
for single-processor machine? serial implementation? scalar implementation?
sequential implementation? or something else?
> With the parallel implementation we mean about the implementation
> of algorithms for multi-processor machines.
> What term should I use to concern the implementation of an algorithm
> for single-processor machine? serial implementation? scalar implementation?