desculpem a ignor=E2ncia mas alguem poderia me explicar o que =E9 este "G=
System" e porque ele foi alterado?
pelo que pude entender a altera=E7=E3o foi grande e afeta algumas GUIs ..=
On 26 Mar, 12:17, Mario <ma...@argoninformatica.com.br> wrote:
> desculpem a ignor=E2ncia mas alguem poderia me explicar o que =E9 este "GT=
> System" e porque ele foi alterado?
> pelo que pude entender a altera=E7=E3o foi grande e afeta algumas GUIs ...=
484 With this modifications I also create new GT model which
485 to the on...Abstract Classes w/o abstract methods
It is my understanding that an abstract class need not declare abstract
My question is this....
If an abstract class does not force a contractual obligation between itself and
its subclasses using the abstract method mechanism, then what value is there in
making the class abstract?
I would appreciate any insight as to how that could be useful.
> It is my understanding that an abstract class need not declare abstract
> My question is this....
> If an abstract class does not force a contractual obligation betwee...running programs on a multicore system
For a research project, I need to run multiple instances of the same
benchmark on a multicore system, forcing each instance to run on a separate
processor. The program is a Spec CPU 2000 benchmark.
The system in question is a Linux server consisting of four dual core Intel
Xeon processors (8 cores in total).
The basic idea is to first run one instance of the program, measure the
execution time, and then run two instances on two separate cores of
processor one, then four instances (two on the 2 cores of processor one, two
on the 2 cores of processor two), etc, and compare the total execu...[newbie question] Easy recognition of Forth system
In TCL there is a variable tcl_patchLevel - and an array tcl_platform - which
gives basic information about the environment, the way like this:
% puts $tcl_patchLevel
% parray tcl_platform
tcl_platform(byteOrder) = littleEndian
tcl_platform(machine) = i686
tcl_platform(os) = Linux
tcl_platform(osVersion) = 22.214.171.124-Gobo
tcl_platform(pathSeparator) = :
tcl_platform(platform) = unix
tcl_platform(pointerSize) = 4
tcl_platform(user) = zb
tcl_platform(wordSize) = 4
Maybe my search was too shallow, but as I can se...binary lineary system
r = Hb
where r is a observed image, H is a 2d low pass filter. b is a BINARY
input image, i.e., every pixel of b is either 1 or 0. Hb means
convolving the image with the filter. Given r and H,
what is the best way to estimate b?
I was told I may use Viterbi algorithm, but it linked to HMM and
probilities. I do not have the probilities of any kind and I need just
a reasonaly good solution (in terms of least square error?)
On 4 Jul 2005 08:56:28 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
>r = Hb
>where r is a observed image, H is a 2d low pass filter. b...Scanned PDF is always crooked (need to rotate PDF a degree or three)
My HP Laserjet 3200m printer/scanner often scans pages off kilter.
It's noticeable, but slight (maybe a couple of degrees).
If it were a JPEG, I could use The Gimp freeware to straighten
but it's a PDF. If I must, I could scan to JPEG and then use
cutePDF freeware or Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Standard payware to then
print the straightened JPG to PDF - but that seems convoluted.
Is there freeware that will rotate a PDF page by just a degree
or three (just like The Gimp rotates an image)?
At Tue, 8 Oct 2013 22:45:36 +0000 (UTC) Fran Jones <FranJones@is.invalid> wrote:
&g...User Profile/System Values Reports
Does anyone know how to generate both a User Profile Report and
Systems Value Report for the AS/400? Is there a quick step-by-step
procedural that can be followed. Thank you!
DSPUSRPRF USRPRF(*ALL) OUTPUT(*PRINT)
"Help Me Please" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Does anyone know how to generate both a User Profile Report and
> Systems Value Report for the AS/400? Is there a quick step-by-step
> procedural that can be followed. Thank you!
"Michael ...Apple IIC Plus Computer System MINT!!
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ZERO dis-coloration on ANY of these items. ALL components look am...Simulate post method in a servlet
I have a JSP with a form. The action of the form is a servlet. in my
method doPost of my servlet, i want to redirect the client to a file
..fcc with the post data of my JSP. How can i do that? (i tried with
httpurlconnection, i have the good post data but but my client is not
At the doPost method, you can do either a forward or a redirect, and do
one of a couple of things to maintain the post data:
* use querystring params, or
* store session-scope data, if you can access the data server-side by
the time the fcc is sent to the client ( I don't know ...Axit methods and the GC
Can anyone give me advice how and when
to use RegisterAxit, UnregisterAxit and
The scenario is a batch process which uses
a Class (Lets call it DBCheck) to open a
DBF file with low-level file routines to check
for corruption before closing the DBF and
re-opening as a DBServer.
DBCheck is a sub-class of the FileObject
Class in the VOForum Library which is
itself a sub-class oof Filespec.
DBCheck has a registered Axit method:
SELF:aFields := NULL_ARRAY
IF !InCollect(...a method that checks if an object is in a range
I wonder if there is a built-in method which does just like:
but for the obj object. I came up with something like:
1.in? (1..10) # => true
Of course I can use the range.include? syntax, but I find the second
approach more convenient :)
On Mar 12, 2008, at 6:59 PM, email@example.com wrote:
> I wonder if there is a built-in method which does just like:
> but for the obj object. I came up with something like:
I want to know whether there is any greedy approach for job sequencing
with variable job completion times..
if there is no greedy approach how to prove it...
A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is it such a bad thing?
Q: What is the most annoying thing on usenet and in e-mail?
* Alf P. Steinbach:
> * santosh:
In _four_ of the five groups this was crossposted to, I meant.
A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is it such a bad th...VAR system
Hi everyone, first time posting on the forum. I have never used Matlab before either, and I was wondering if it was a good idea to use it to estimate the parameters in a dynamic simultaneous vector autoregressive system (and then make forecasts). I also need to estimate the orders of the lag operators.
I know Matlab can do the job, but I was wondering what is the level of difficulty and learning curve necessary to achieve this, ie. do you think a newb like me can make it happen in say a couple months. Also, I would appreciate if someone could point me towards tutorials, examples, etc.
Thanks!...Is it possible to 'Unvirtualize' a method in a base class
If i have the following class hierarchy:
class Base :
virtual void foo();
class Derived : public Base
Is it possible under VC6 that Derived::foo() would no longer be
virtual? I was under the assumption that once a function has been
declared virtual in a base its virtualness follows it down the
hierarchy, but have been told otherwise with VC6.
Outside of making a class definition a bit clearer (not having to look
at parent class) i would think the virtual keyword in Derived is
firstname.lastname@example.org (todd smith) wrote in
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here is a question about compact vision system s operatin system ,
i want to know what is their Operating System , and should we program them via PC
i made an application in my PC with Labview how should i implement it on a compact vision system
...How do you know a method is being tested in SUnit?
I insert "self halt" into a method before running the entire tests. If
run into a halt then I know it is being tested. Is there a more modern
and fast way to do this? (Like method browsing?)
Many thanks always,
Howard Oh wrote:
.... Is there a more modernb and fast way to do this ?..
Just change a 'should' to 'shouldnt' or 'assert: ' to 'deny: ' or
change something that should work to something you know doesn't work,
as 'self assert: ans = 5' to 'self assert: ans = 6'
...Searching for a method...
Is there a method/function for "casting" floats to integers ?
Something like ( int)(Math.sqrt(2)+1) ???
Thanks for any hint in advance !
Meino Christian Cramer <Meino.Cramer@gmx.de> writes:
> Is there a method/function for "casting" floats to integers ?
% ri Float.to_i
flt.to_i -> anInteger
Returns flt truncated to an Integer.
But it's all ri...Re: Can Labview Programs run from the Windows System Tray?
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...inlining overloaded methods
If a method of a class is overloaded, and one of these methods is
inlined, do all of them have to be inlined?
I tried writing and filling out an example from Lippman's C++ book,
4th ed., and found that I had to inline all of the overloaded methods
to make the linking work. Lippman doesn't mention this, though.
> If a method of a class is overloaded, and one of these methods is
> inlined, do all of them have to be inlined?
> I tried writing and filling out an example from Lippman's C++ book,
> 4th ed., and found that I had to inline all of the overloaded ...Atari System Reference Manual
There are multiple copies of the Atari System Reference Manual (Bob
DuHamel, 1987) around in the internet, and all have some text missing in
Chapter 15 Displaylist:
[some of this file was lost...]
chip also has a memory scan counter. This register scans the display
buffer for data to be interpreted and displayed. Once loaded, the
memory scan counter's 4 most significant bits are fixed. The result
is that the memory scan counter cannot cross a 4K memory boundary
(i.e. $AFFF to $B000) w...Newbie question..about demos of TI C2000 system
I am starting to understand the tools that come with Emb. Target for
TI C2000 DSP platform.
I have a basic(naive!!) question.
Demos such as speedcontrolDC/IQsine/CANtest/RTDXtest use (.m) files
and (.fig) files. How do they get linked with the (.mdl) file?
Is it possible only to stay in SIMULINK platform without writing
codes in MATLAB and get full feature support of the TI C2000 toolbox
...Infrared Camera System
I'm working on an Infrared alarm system using a FLIR Tau 2 Infrared Camera.
The purpose of the project is to have an alarm set off if it detects a heat source.
I was able to make it work...
But now i need to make a circuit using real components, like with buzzers and resisters. How do i connect my codes to an external hardware/components? and What Components do i need?
would really appreciate the help.
vidobj = videoinput('winvideo', 1); %% Connect to USB video port
preview(vidobj) %% display images
I = getsnapshot(vidobj); %% Keep a snapshot and save th...noise in bandpass system
I have designed a bandpass signal at carrier frequency of 12KHz and wit
bandwidth of 8KHz. This signal is convolutionaly encoded with rate 1/
encoder and QPSK modulation.
I do not know how to add noise to this signal. i.e.
where x is my bandpass signal, which is real. I do not know how to fin
this scaling factor sigma and what should be my noise?
Your opinion matters a lot.
On Jun 30, 5:07 am, "cpshah99" <cpsha...@rediffmail.com> wrote:
> Hello All
> I have designed a bandpass signal at carrier frequency of 1...System Tray e-mail notification.
Just installed 6.0 .... glad this newsgroup's found a quick way to pitch the
new icons..but I like the notification icon dropped in the System Tray in
5x.... It's not happening in 6.0.
Am I missing something somewhere?
Impressed with the Junk handler though... my filtering setup was getting
huge, and this is much more effective.
"Robin Anderson" <robin @ rbanderson.com> writes:
>but I like the notification icon dropped in the System Tray in
>5x.... It's not happening in 6.0.
My short experiment seems to indicate that ...