lost Cheli Pedi Ant1 Ant2 Mnd L L L L Mx 1 Mx 2 Chelicerates Crustacea Ant Leg Leg Leg Leg Leg Leg Ancestor Ant1 Mnd Mx 1 Mx 2 Insects Ant Leg Leg Leg Leg Leg Leg Trilobites The elaboration of the head has taken different courses in the major groups but are still considered to show serial homology A=antenna a=acron C=chelicera Ci= Chilarum L = leg Mnd =Mandible Mx = maxilla P= pedipalp 0 = lost segments
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Outline of this book:  Introductory material (Chaps. 1 & 2)  Classical Theory (Chaps. 3-6) How the economy works in the long run, when prices are flexible  Growth Theory (Chaps. 7-8) The standard of living and its growth rate over the very long run  Business Cycle Theory (Chaps. 9-13) How the economy works in the short run, when prices are sticky CHAPTER 1 The Science of Macroeconomics slide 26
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Outline of this book:  Introductory material (Chaps. 1, 2)  Classical Theory (Chaps. 3–7) How the economy works in the long run, when prices are flexible  Growth Theory (Chaps. 8, 9) The standard of living and its growth rate over the very long run  Business Cycle Theory (Chaps. 10–14) How the economy works in the short run, when prices are sticky CHAPTER 1 The Science of Macroeconomics 21
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Outline of this book:  Introductory material (Chaps. 1, 2)  Classical Theory (Chaps. 3–7) How the economy works in the long run, when prices are flexible  Growth Theory (Chaps. 8, 9) The standard of living and its growth rate over the very long run  Business Cycle Theory (Chaps. 10–14) How the economy works in the short run, when prices are sticky CHAPTER 1 The Science of Macroeconomics 22
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Case Study To evaluate the proposed planning model, a real-world case study is presented in this section: Site description Leg 1: Distance to neighboring intersection: 650 feet Leg 3 Leg 2 Leg 2: U-turn Bay length: 380 feet Left-turn Bay length: 390 feet Leg 1 Leg 4 18 20th IFORS, Barcelona, Spain Leg 3: Distance to neighboring intersection: 650 feet Leg 4: U-turn Bay length: 250 feet Left-turn Bay length: 300 feet Traffic Safety and Operation Lab Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering University of Maryland, College Park
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 Knee - To - Chest This test assesses the tightness of your iliopsoas (hip) muscles. 1. Lie on your back on the floor. Make sure your lower back is flat on the floor. 2. Keep the left leg straight and touching the floor. Bring the right knee up until you can hold it tight against your chest. Grasp the back of the thigh. 3. Repeat using your left leg. 4. Score 1 point if you can keep your left leg touching the floor while you hold your right leg against your chest. Score 1 additional point if you can keep your right leg touching the floor while holding the left leg against your chest.
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Stretching at your desk  Inhale arms up  Drop one arm to your side and stretch (then other side)  Inhale up, twist right, inhale up, twist left.  (Chest Opener) Inhale up, arms back behind you, squeeze shoulder blades. Hold and       drop one ear to shoulder and then the other. (Back Opener) Inhale up, bring arms in front of you, round out your back, (looking down toward your desk or lap) (Hamstrings) Scoot away from your desk. Flex your feet. Take deep breath, exhale and bend at the waist reaching down toward your toes. (Quads/Hip Flexors) Stand up, bend leg at knee (grab shoelaces) knees together, hip presses forward (Hips) Cross that leg over the opposite knee and sit back. Behind the chair step wide, lunge side to side. Other side of the chair, do other leg (quad, hip flexor, and hip stretch)
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Comparison: Queue Using an array Using a linked list Implementations void Insert(int List[50], int &Front, int &Rear, int item) { if (Front != (Rear+1)%50) { Rear = (Rear+1)%50; List[Rear] = item; if (Front == -1) Front = Rear; } } int Remove(int List[50], int &Front, int &Rear) { int val = -1; if (Front > -1) { val = List[Front]; if (Front == Rear) Front = Rear = -1; else Front = (Front+1)%50; } return val; } void Insert(nodePtr &ListFront, nodePtr &ListRear, int item) { nodePtr ptr = new node; ptr->value = item; ptr->next = NULL; if (ListFront == NULL) ListFront = ptr; else ListRear->next = ptr; ListRear = ptr; } int Remove(nodePtr &ListFront, nodePtr &ListRear) { int val = -1; if (ListFront != NULL) { val = ListFront->value; ListFront = ListFront->next; } if (ListFront == NULL) ListRear = NULL; return val; } Chapter 9 Abstract Data Types and Algorithms Page 21
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FRON T FRON T F D2 BAC K E B BAC K C FRON BAC T K A BINARY SPACE PAINTER’S ALGORITHM IMPLEMENTATION PARTITIONING WHEN DETERMINING THE ORDER IN WHICH THE OBJECTS SHOULD BE DISPLAYED (E.G., IN A PAINTER’S ALGORITHM) FOR A PARTICULAR VIEWPOINT, MERELY TRAVERSE THE BSP TREE RECURSIVELY: IF THE VIEWPOINT IS IN FRONT OF THE ROOT, TRAVERSE BACKROOT-FRONT; OTHERWISE, TRAVERSE FRONT-ROOT-BACK. D1 EXAMPLE 1 EXAMPLE 2 C B A F C D1 E B A D2 F D1 E D2 VIEWPOINT VIEWPOINT B-SUBTREE: IN FRONT  C-SUBTREE, B, FSUBTREE C-SUBTREE: IN FRONT  C, D1 F-SUBTREE: IN FRONT  A, F, D2-SUBTREE D2-SUBTREE: IN BACK  D2, E COMPLETE TRAVERSAL: C, D1, B, A, F, D2, E CS 482 – Fall 2017 B-SUBTREE: IN BACK  F-SUBTREE, B, CSUBTREE F-SUBTREE: IN FRONT  A, F, D2-SUBTREE D2-SUBTREE: IN FRONT  E, D2 C-SUBTREE: IN FRONT  C, D1 COMPLETE TRAVERSAL: A, F, E, D2, B, C, D1 CHAPTER 37: DATA STRUCTURES PAGE 12
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Lecture-by-Lecture Outline (Complete version of this table on www.ece.ucsb.edu/Faculty/Parhami/ece_154.htm) Day & Cha Lecture Date p Topic or Discussion Deadlines Notes Mon. 1/9/06 1-2 Overview, circuits Wed. 1/11/06 3-4 Computer technology & HW#1 (chaps. 1performance 4) Fri. 1/13/06 1-3 Logic circuits & computer   technology Mon. 1/16/06 digital and logic No lecture: MLK holiday Wed. 1/18/05 5 (chaps. 5Instructions and addressing HW#2 5) Fri. 6/27/05 6 Procedures and data HW#1 due  Tue. 6/28/05 7-8 Assembly prog’s and ISA variations HW#2 (chaps. 58) Wed. 6/29/05 No lecture: Instructor at Make-up on R 6/23 conference Summer 2005 Thu. ECE 154: Intro. to Computer Architecture 5-8 Discussion (chaps. 5-8 +   Slide 3
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Single Leg Lift (Prone)  This test assesses the strength of your lower back and hip muscles 1. Lie face down on the floor. Lift your straight right leg as high as possible. Hold for a count of 10. Then lower your leg. 2. Repeat using your left leg. 3. Score 1 point if you can lift and hold the right leg 1 foot off the floor and hold for a count. Score 1 point if you can lift the left leg 1 foot off the floor and hold for a count.
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Opposite and Adjacent 1. What side is the hypotenuse? x Note: The other two sides are called the “legs” 2. What angle is opposite the hypotenuse? 2 3. What is the measure of the angle  90 opposite the hypotenuse? 4. What leg is opposite angle 1? z 5. What leg is adjacent to angle 1? y 6. What leg is opposite angle 3? y 7. What leg is adjacent to angle 3? z y 1 x 2 z 3 8. Describe the relationship between the legs that are opposite and adjacent to angles 1 and 3. 3 The leg that is opposite angle 1 is adjacent to angle ____ 1 The leg that is opposite angle 3 is adjacent to angle ____
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Module 5: Degree Works Menu Instructions: Select the question buttons to learn more. Introduction What is Degree Works used for? Who uses Degree Works? Need Degree Once you help Works have using is been Degree a comprehensive given Works?: access you easy-to-use, can accessweb-based learning Degree Works resources advising, logging for Students and faculty advisors areYou automatically given access toby Degree • Students The Student Lifecycle transfer into Degree NEST Works articulation . at any and timedegree on our website. toolit There with the arepurpose also training of helping Works. If you need access you canaudit request through SNOW. • Academic Advisors students classes being progress offered towards that you their candegree. register The fordegree through audit the will TTI list website. all of • Faculty Advisors NEST the student’s requirements including courses taken, courses currently being taken, skills assessment tests and transfer credits. It also hasBanner a ‘What If’ audit when considering changing majors, more timely degree certification, better retention and improved transfer recruitment. 25Live Do I need to request access to Degree Works? Degree Works Recruiter How do I access Degree Works? TouchNet ODS and Cognos Need help using Degree Works? Test Your Knowledge Next Steps previous next
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Figure 10.26b Summary: Actions of muscles of the thigh and leg. Triceps surae Fibula Fibularis muscles Key: Posterior compartment muscles Anterior compartment muscles Medial compartment muscles of thigh and lateral compartment muscles of leg © 2016 Pearson Education, Inc. Tibialis anterior Posterior compartment of leg (plantar flexes foot, flexes toes); innervated by tibial nerve Lateral compartment of leg Tibia (plantar flexes and everts foot); innervated by superficial fibular nerve Muscles of the leg Anterior compartment of leg (dorsiflexes foot, extends toes); innervated by deep fibular nerve
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EYE PROTECTION DEVICES Safety Glasses (with side shields) Front Splash Protection Good Side Splash Protection Good Front Flying Impact Protection Good Side Impact Protection Fair Neck, Face Protection Poor Comfort to Wearer Good
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Works Eligible for Copyright Protection • Literary works (fiction/nonfiction, poetry, textbooks, reference works, directories, catalogs, advertising copy, compilations of information, computer programs and databases) • Musical works (this generally refers to music scores & accompanying words) • Dramatic works (plays, film, radio, and television scripts) • Pantomimes and choreography • Pictorial, graphic, and sculptural works (art) • Motion pictures and other audiovisual works (film, television show, videogame, etc.) • Sound recording (performances of musical works, audio recordings of literary works) • Architectural works (just the designs & models, not the building its self!)
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EYE PROTECTION DEVICES Goggles Front Splash Protection Excellent Side Splash Protection Excellent Front Flying Impact Protection Excellent Side Impact Protection Excellent Neck, Face Protection Poor Comfort to Wearer Fair
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EYE PROTECTION DEVICES Face Shield Front Splash Protection Excellent Side Splash Protection Good to Excellent Front Flying Impact Protection Excellent (if of adequate thickness) Side Impact Protection Good to Excellent Neck, Face Protection Depends on length and type Comfort to Wearer Fair
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Single Leg Lift (Supine)  This test assesses the length of your hamstring muscles. 1. Lie on your back on the floor. Lift the right leg off the floor as high as possible without bending either knee. 2. Repeat using the left leg. Score 1 point if you can lift your right leg to a 90-degree angle to the floor. Score 1 additional point if you can lift your left leg to a 90-degree angle.
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Front End / Back End     Before we continue, I want to introduce the concept of a front end and a back end. The front end means any screens we use to look at or enter the data. The back end means the actual stored data on the disk (and how it is structured). Sometimes the front and back ends are part of the same system; other times (and more commonly in large systems) the front end may be separate, and needs to “communicate” with the back end.
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0—> Forward Implication Before x 1—> 1 0—> x 1—> x 0 x 0—> x 1 1 1—> 0 J-front={…, a} a x 0 J-front={…, a} a D 1—> x a D 0—> x a 03/24/19 After D-front={…, a} D-front={…, a} 0 x 1 <—0 D 1 D 0 VLSI Design II: VHDL 0 a J-front={…} 0 a J-front={…} D—> D-front={…} a 0—> D-front={…} 36
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0—> Forward Implication Before x 1—> 1 0—> x 1—> x 0 x 0—> x 1 1 1—> 0 J-front={…, a} a x 0 J-front={…, a} a D 1—> x a D 0—> x a 03/24/19 After D-front={…, a} D-front={…, a} 0 x 1 <—0 D 1 D 0 VLSI Design II: VHDL 0 a J-front={…} 0 a J-front={…} D—> D-front={…} a 0—> D-front={…} 56
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Learning different segmentation styles Head Neck Torso Leg Tail Ear Training Meshes Head Front Torso Middle Torso Back Torso Front Leg Back Leg Tail Test Meshes
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Inverter Benchmarking PV Series Over- and undervoltage and frequency protection Anti-islanding protection - prevents back-feeding User definable power tracking matches the inverter to the array Adjustable delay periods Grid Tie Inverter GT500E Grid Tie Inverter GT100E Over- and under-voltage and frequency protection Over- and under-voltage and frequency protection Anti-islanding protection Anti-islanding protection User definable power tracking User definable power tracking Adjust delay periods GUI software Remote monitoring via telephone modem or web server Data acquisition and logging Isolation protection DC and AC over voltage protection Adjust delay periods GUI software
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Posterior compartment muscles Triceps surae Anterior compartment muscle Fibula Medial compartment muscles of thigh and lateral compartment muscles of leg Fibularis muscles Posterior compartment of leg (plantar flexes foot, flexes toes); innervated by tibial nerve (b) Tibialis anterior Tibia Lateral compartment of leg (plantar flexes and everts foot); innervation: superficial fibular nerve (b) Muscles of the leg Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Anterior compartment of leg (dorsiflexes foot, extends toes); innervated by deep fibular nerve Figure 10.25b
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Example 14.11 Finding the frequency of a swinging leg A student in a biomechanics lab measures the length of his leg, from hip to heel, to be 0.90 m. What is the frequency of the pendulum motion of the student’s leg? What is the period? PREPARE We can model a human leg reasonably well as a rod of uniform cross section, pivoted at one end (the hip). Recall from Chapter 7 that the moment of inertia of a rod pivoted about its end is 1/3mL2. The center of gravity of a uniform leg is at the midpoint, so d = L/2. © 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. Slide 14-29
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Revenue Management Define the 4 capacity constraints, one for each flight leg: Indianapolis-Memphis leg (1) IMD + IAD + ITD + IMF + IAF + ITF < 120 Baltimore-Memphis leg (2) BMD + BAD + BTD + BMF + BAF + BTF < 120 Memphis-Austin leg (3) IAD + IAF + BAD + BAF + MAD + MAF < 120 Memphis-Tampa leg (4) ITD + ITF + BTD + BTF + MTD + MTF < 120  BA 452 Lesson A.11 Other Advanced Applications 21
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