Verbose Output 16 Latency Details: Result Lat PASSED 3.73 PASSED 3.34 PASSED 3.81 PASSED 3.79 PASSED 3.98 Dev Host (rank) <-> -4.5% IBM-3550 (10) <-> -14.4% IBM-3550 (10) <-> -2.5% IBM-3550 (10) <-> -3.0% IBM-3550 (10) <-> +1.9% IBM-3550 (10) <-> Host (rank) st125 (0) st999 (1) IBM-3455 (2) IBM-3655 (3) IBM-3755 (4) Bandwidth Details: Result BW PASSED 838.0 PASSED 947.9 PASSED 946.7 PASSED 873.0 PASSED 947.6 Dev Host (rank) -9.9% IBM-3550 (10) +1.9% IBM-3550 (10) +1.8% IBM-3550 (10) -6.1% IBM-3550 (10) +1.9% IBM-3550 (10) Host (rank) st125 (0) st999 (1) IBM-3455 (2) IBM-3655 (3) IBM-3755 (4) Sep XX, 2007 QLogic Confidential --> --> --> --> --> -->
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EG 1003 1. Independent clause 2. Independent clause ; or : or . ; therefore however* thus 3. Independent clause , coordinating adverb meanwhile accordingly nevertheless 4a. Subordinating conjunction The robot was accurate; therefore, it passed the test. . The robot was not accurate; however, it passed the test.* then consequently furthermore independent clause The robot was accurate, so it passed the test. . for or/ so nor yet dependent clause , While, When/Where(ever) If, In order to Even though Though However* Although, After, As 4b. Independent clause subordinating conjunction 5. Participial phrase independent clause , . independent clause , conjunction and but The robot was accurate: it passed the test. independent clause independent clause However the robot was aligned, it always passed the test.* Because, Before Unless, Until Since, So that dependent clause . . Because the robot was accurate, it passed the test. . The robot was accurate after it passed the test. Being accurate, the robot passed the test. * Only in the sense of “by whatever means” is however a subordinator; usually, however is an adverb that expresses contrariness, like nevertheless, on the other hand, or in spite of(this)
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1. Independent clause 2. Independent clause ; ; Independent clause , Subordinating conjunction While, When/Where(ever) Even though However 4b. 5. Independent clause Participial phrase or . coordinating adverb and but 4a. : . independent clause , . then meanwhile accordingly consequently nevertheless furthermore therefor e however thus 3. or independent clause , conjunctio n independent clause . The robot was accurate: it passed the test. The robot was accurate; therefore, it passed the test. The robot was not accurate; however, it passed the test. The robot was accurate, so it passed the test. for so or/nor yet Because the robot was , . accurate, it passed the test. If, In order to Because, Before However the robot was Though Unless, Until Although, After, AsSince, So that aligned, it always passed the test. subordinating dependent The robot was accurate conjunction clause . after it passed the test. dependent clause independent clause independent clause . Being accurate, the robot passed the test.
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EG 1003 1. Independent clause 2. Independent clause ; or : or . ; therefore however* thus 3. Independent clause , coordinating adverb meanwhile accordingly nevertheless 4a. Subordinating conjunction The robot was accurate; therefore, it passed the test. . The robot was not accurate; however, it passed the test.* then consequently furthermore independent clause The robot was accurate, so it passed the test. . for or/ so nor yet dependent clause , While, When/Where(ever) If, In order to Even though Though However* Although, After, As 4b. Independent clause subordinating conjunction 5. Participial phrase independent clause , . independent clause , conjunction and but The robot was accurate: it passed the test. independent clause independent clause However the robot was aligned, it always passed the test.* Because, Before Unless, Until Since, So that dependent clause . . Because the robot was accurate, it passed the test. . The robot was accurate after it passed the test. Being accurate, the robot passed the test. * Only in the sense of “by whatever means” is however a subordinator; usually, however is an adverb that expresses contrariness, like nevertheless, on the other hand, or in spite of(this)
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1. Independent clause 2. Independent clause ; ; Independent clause , Subordinating conjunction While, When/Where(ever) Even though However 4b. Independent clause or . coordinating adverb and but 4a. : , . independent clause . then meanwhile accordingly consequently nevertheless furthermore therefor e however thus 3. or independent clause conjunctio n independent clause . The robot was accurate: it passed the test. The robot was accurate; therefore, it passed the test. The robot was not accurate; however, it passed the test. The robot was accurate, so it passed the test. for so or/nor yet Because the robot was , . accurate, it passed the test. If, In order to Because, Before However the robot was Though Unless, Until Although, After, AsSince, So that aligned, it always passed the test. subordinating dependent The robot was accurate conjunction clause . after it passed the test. dependent clause independent clause
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LSU Analytical Chemistry Graduate Student’s Cumulative Exam Record 2004 – 2005 2005 – 2006 9/04 Failed 10/05 Passed 10/04 Failed 11/05 Failed 11/04 Failed 12/05 Passed best in group 12/04 Failed 1/06 Passed 1/05 Passed 2/06 Passed 2/05 Failed 3/06 Failed 3/05 Failed 4/06 Passed last one! 4/05 Failed 5/06 N/A Began work with CAS and the Writing Center in October 2005
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LSU Analytical Chemistry Graduate Student’s Cumulative Exam Record 2004 – 2005 2005 – 2006 9/04 Failed 10/05 Passed 10/04 Failed 11/05 Failed 11/04 Failed 12/05 Passed best in group 12/04 Failed 1/06 Passed 1/05 Passed 2/06 Passed 2/05 Failed 3/06 Failed 3/05 Failed 4/06 Passed last one! 4/05 Failed 5/06 N/A Began work with CAS and the Writing Center in October 2005
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Combine Independent Clauses Legally 2. independent clause ; coordinating adverb then meanwhile accordingly consequently nevertheless furthermore therefore however thus 4a. subordinating conjunction while, when/where(ever) even though however 4b. independent clause 5. participial phrase , independent clause dependent clause if, in order to though although, after, as subordinating conjunction independent , clause , The robot was accurate; therefore, it passed the test. The robot was not accurate; however, it passed the test. independent Because the robot was accurate, it passed the test. clause because, before unless, until since, so that dependent clause However the robot was aligned, it always passed the test. The robot was accurate after it passed the test. Being accurate, the robot passed the test.
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1. Independent clause 2. Independent clause ; ; Independent clause , Subordinating conjunction While, When/Where(ever) Even though However 4b. Independent clause or . coordinating adverb and but 4a. : , . independent clause . then meanwhile accordingly consequently nevertheless furthermore therefor e however thus 3. or independent clause conjunctio n independent clause . The robot was accurate: it passed the test. The robot was accurate; therefore, it passed the test. The robot was not accurate; however, it passed the test. The robot was accurate, so it passed the test. for so or/nor yet dependent clause , independent clause Because the robot was . accurate, it passed the test. If, In order to Because, Before Though Unless, Until Although, After, AsSince, So that subordinating conjunction dependent clause The robot was accurate . after it passed the test.
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1. Independent clause 2. Independent clause ; ; Independent clause , Subordinating conjunction While, When/Where(ever) Even though However 4b. Independent clause or . coordinating adverb and but 4a. : , . independent clause . then meanwhile accordingly consequently nevertheless furthermore therefor e however thus 3. or independent clause conjunctio n independent clause . The robot was accurate: it passed the test. The robot was accurate; therefore, it passed the test. The robot was not accurate; however, it passed the test. The robot was accurate, so it passed the test. for so or/nor yet dependent clause , independent clause Because the robot was . accurate, it passed the test. If, In order to Because, Before Though Unless, Until Although, After, AsSince, So that subordinating conjunction dependent clause “We hit a bus.” The robot was accurate . after it passed the test.
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Care & Prevention           Administer oxygen. Administer pain medication as prescribed. Hydrate the patient with normal saline IV and with beverages of choice (without caffeine) orally. Remove any constrictive clothing. Encourage the patient to keep extremities extended to promote venous return. Do not raise the knee gatch of the bed. Elevate the head of the bed no more than 30 degrees. Keep room temperature at or above 72° F (22.2° C). Avoid taking blood pressure with external cuff. Check circulation in extremities every hour:  Pulse oximetry of fingers and toes  Capillary refill  Peripheral pulses  Toe temperature  http://youtu.be/KhLdthi89mU Care of the Patient in Sickle Cell Crisis              Drink at least 3 to 4 liters of liquids every day. Avoid alcoholic beverages. Avoid smoking cigarettes or using tobacco in any form. Contact your health care provider at the first sign of illness or infection. Be sure to get a “flu shot” every year. Ask your health care provider about taking the pneumonia vaccine. Avoid temperature extremes of hot or cold. Be sure to wear socks and gloves when going outside on cold days. Avoid planes with unpressurized passenger cabins. Avoid travel to high altitudes (e.g., cities like Denver and Santa Fe). Ensure that any health care professional who takes care of you knows you have sickle cell disease, especially the anesthesia provider and radiologist. Consider genetic counseling and screening. Avoid strenuous physical activities. Prevention of Sickle Cell Crisis
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2015-2016 Scorecard Cohort: Highest Math Course Completed • 225 Non-pass grades in Math10 • 178 Non-pass grades in Math114 450 392 400 350 300 250 200 261 225 202 178 135 109 150 100 69 50 0 Math Courses Not Passed H AT M 86.00% Not Passed Transfer Math 54 47 20 1A H AT M 1B Not passed Basic Skills 39 7 H AT M 10 H AT M 11 4 Passed 14.00% 113 95 H AT M 41 H AT M Not Passed 42 H AT M 21 2 H AT M 21 21 0
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MCU HES Usage Example Code for(;;) HES_1 = Get_HES(A1); if(HES_1 > 4.95) Pass_S=1; // Solenoid just // passed S Magnet Break; if(HES_1 <0.05) Pass_N=1; // Solenoid just // passed N Magnet Break; if(Pass_S=1) Dig_out0 = 0 // Sets solenoid Dig_out1 = 1 // to N-S if(Pass_N=1) Dig_out4 = 1 // Sets solenoid Dig_out5 = 0 // to S-N • After the HES reads 5V it has just passed a S polarized magnet • After the HES reads 0V it has just passed a N polarized magnet • Until the HES reads 2.5V, the solenoid will be oriented opposite of the magnet it just passed.
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RESOLUTIONS, WOW 14! Resolution in Appreciation of Chancellor Nancy Zimpher: Passed  Changes to Bylaws and Associated UFS Procedures Motion 1to include CGIs in formalized position in meetings: Passed  Changes to Bylaws and Associated UFS Procedures Motion 2 CGI vote in executive meeting: Failed Joint Statement on Shared Governance : Passed Resolution on Contingent Faculty in Governance: Passed Resolution on Faculty Involvement in Administrative Searches: Passed
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Parameter Passing Methods of Major Languages C  Pass-by-value  Pass-by-reference is achieved by using pointers as parameters  C++  A special pointer type called reference type (names start with “&”) for pass-by-reference  Java  All parameters are passed are passed by value  Object parameters are passed by reference  Ada  Three semantics modes of parameter transmission: in, out, in out; in is the default mode  In Ada95 all the scalars are passed by copy and all structured parameters are passed by reference.  Formal parameters declared out can be assigned but not referenced; those declared in can be referenced but not assigned; in out parameters can be referenced and assigned
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Combine Independent Clauses Legally 2. independent clause ; coordinating adverb therefore however thus 4a. subordinating conjunction while, when/where(ever) even though however 4b. independent clause , independent clause then meanwhile accordingly consequently nevertheless furthermore dependent clause if, in order to though although, after, as subordinating conjunction , The robot was accurate; therefore, it passed the test. The robot was not accurate; however, it passed the test. independent Because the robot was accurate, it passed the test. clause because, before unless, until since, so that dependent clause However the robot was aligned, it always passed the test. The robot was accurate after it passed the test.
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Reducing Cancer Risk (continued) • • • • • • • • • Don’t smoke or chew tobacco. Avoid secondhand smoke. Don’t drink excessive amounts of alcohol. Avoid unnecessary exposure to ionizing radiation, such as x-rays and UV light. Don’t lie in the sun or tanning beds. Avoid direct sun exposure between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Avoid exposure to toxic chemicals and fumes. Avoid asbestos dust and radon gas. Avoid eating cured or smoked meats.
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Suggested Storm Shelters at UW Superior… • • • • • Crownhart Hall - Narrow corridors & study room in basement, & south end of basement by kitchen. Restrooms and corridors on floors 1-3. Avoid basement restrooms. Curran-McNeill Hall - Basement corridors and restrooms. Avoid areas near doors and windows, and lounge. Restrooms and corridors on floors 14. Avoid corridors with windows and lounge areas. Ostrander Hall - Narrow corridor, kitchen, restrooms, & laundry room in basement. Avoid the lounge. Restrooms and corridors on floors 1-4. Ross Hall - Narrow corridors and restrooms in basement. Avoid areas with windows. Corridors and restrooms on floors 1-4. Hawkes Hall - Narrow corridors and restrooms in basement. Avoid areas with windows. Narrow corridors and restrooms on floors 1-4. – *Use the alternate location if unable to use the stairs, or if there isn’t enough time or it’s unsafe to get to the preferred location.
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Deep Binding • With deep binding the nonlocal referencing environment of a procedure instance is the referencing environment in force at the time the procedure is first passed as a parameter. • This environment is the same as would be extant if the procedure were actually called at the point where it was passed as an argument. • When the procedure is passed as an argument, this referencing environment is passed as well. • When the procedure is eventually invoked (by calling it using the corresponding formal parameter), this saved referencing environment is restored. • LISP funarg and procedures in Algol and Pascal work this way. 8
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RESOLUTIONS CONTINUED Resolution on Selection Process for Distinguished Professor: Passed Resolution on Criteria for Length of Service for Distinguished Professor: Passed Resolution on Liberal Arts Credit Requirements for Baccalaureate Degrees: Passed  Resolution in Support of Stand-Alone Unit Head for New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University: Passed Resolution on Postdoctoral Fellowships: Referred back to committee Resolution on Broad-Based Fees: Referred back to committee
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updated 01/2016 PREREQUISITES FOR STUDENT TEACHING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS • Cumulative GPA 3.0 • Completion of all education methods courses with a grade of C+ or better • Elementary Education candidates must have passed all sections of the Praxis Elementary Education: Multi-Subject test • Secondary Education students must have passed the Praxis Content Knowledge test in the relevant content areas GRADUATE STUDENTS • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 • Completion of all four CURR course requirements with a grade of C+ or better • Elementary Education candidates must have passed all sections of the Praxis Elementary Education: Multi-Subject test • Secondary Education candidates must have passed the Praxis Content Knowledge test in the relevant content areas
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20.7 DOM Methods replaceChild Replaces the second argument node with the first argument node. Removes the child node passed to it. removeChild Appends the node passed to it to the list of child nodes. appendChild getElementsByTagName Returns a NodeList of all the nodes in the subtree with the name specified as the first argument ordered as they would be encountered in a preorder traversal. An optional second argument specifies either the direct child nodes (0) or any descendant (1). Returns the child node at the specified index in the child list. getChildAtIndex Appends the string passed to it to the last Node if it is a Text addText node, otherwise creates a new Text node for the string and adds it to the end of the child list. Returns true if the node passed is a parent of the node or is isAncestor the node itself. Fig. 20.20 Some DOM Node object methods.  2003 Prentice Hall, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Combine Independent Clauses Legally 1. independent clause 2. independent clause ; or : or . ; independent clause coordinating adverb , independent clause then meanwhile accordingly consequently nevertheless furthermore therefore however thus 3. independent clause , conjunction and but for so or/nor yet independent clause The robot was accurate: it passed the test. The robot was accurate; therefore, it passed the test. The robot was not accurate; however, it passed the test. The robot was accurate, so it passed the test.
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Combine Independent Clauses Legally 1. independent clause 2. independent clause ; or : or . ; independent clause coordinating adverb , The robot was accurate: it passed the test. independent clause then meanwhile accordingly consequently nevertheless furthermore therefore however thus 3. independent clause , conjunction and but for so or/nor yet independent clause Fanboys The robot was accurate; therefore, it passed the test. The robot was not accurate; however, it passed the test. The robot was accurate, so it passed the test.
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1. Independent clause 2. Independent clause ; ; Independent clause : or . coordinating adverb , . independent clause . then meanwhile accordingly consequently nevertheless furthermore therefor e however thus 3. or independent clause , and but conjunctio n for so or/nor yet independent clause . The robot was accurate: it passed the test. The robot was accurate; therefore, it passed the test. The robot was not accurate; however, it passed the test. The robot was accurate, so it passed the test.
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1. Independent clause 2. Independent clause ; ; Independent clause : or . coordinating adverb , . independent clause . then meanwhile accordingly consequently nevertheless furthermore therefor e however thus 3. or independent clause , conjunctio n for nor and but or so yet independent clause . Fanboys The robot was accurate: it passed the test. The robot was accurate; therefore, it passed the test. The robot was not accurate; however, it passed the test. The robot was accurate, so it passed the test.
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Parameter Passing Methods of Major Languages • C – Pass-by-value – Pass-by-reference is achieved by using pointers as parameters • C++ – Pass-by-value – A special pointer type called reference type for pass-by-reference • Java – All scalar parameters are passed are passed by value – Object parameters are passed by reference • C# – – – – All scalar and structs are Pass-by-value Object parameters are passed by reference A special pointer type called reference type for pass-by-reference Out mode parameters are allowed 1-22
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Variables and parameters Variables and parameters are local ◦ Only exist inside function ◦ Do not get a type, until you pass an argument to it ◦ Be CAREFUL!!! ◦ Implicit variable declarations can cause problems - violates security principle. Arguments are passed neither by value nor by reference in Python- instead they are passed by assignment. The parameter passed in is actually a reference to an object, as opposed to reference to a fixed memory location but the reference is passed by value. ◦ Immutable objects like integers, strings: passing acts like pass-by-value ◦ Mutable objects: pass object reference (by value), so object can be changed
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