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Software Transactional Memory

Software Transactional Memory

Software Transactional Memory. How D can make concurrent programming a piece of cake Bartosz Milewski D Programming Language. Obvious Things. Multi-Core is here to stay Programmers must use concurrency (Dead-) Lock Oriented Programming is BAD New paradigm badly needed. The Problem.

By victoria
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Test 3 Review

Test 3 Review

Test 3 Review.

By elina
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A Brief Introduction to Tomographic Imaging David G. Cory, NW14-2217 Dcory@mit 253-3806

A Brief Introduction to Tomographic Imaging David G. Cory, NW14-2217 Dcory@mit 253-3806

A Brief Introduction to Tomographic Imaging David G. Cory, NW14-2217 Dcory@mit.edu 253-3806. Outline  General Goals  Linear Imaging Systems  An Example, The Pin Hole Camera  Radiations and Their Interactions with Matter  Coherent vs. Incoherent Imaging  Length Scales

By haruki
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InClass

InClass

High School. PHYSICS. InClass. by SSL Technologies. with S. Lancione. Exercise-47. Plane mirrors. Plane Mirrors. THE LAW OF REFLECTION When light strikes a surface and is reflected, it changes direction. The direction it takes depends upon the angle it strikes the surface.

By navid
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Using ACLs in LDAP: Creating a Secure eDirectory Infrastructure

Using ACLs in LDAP: Creating a Secure eDirectory Infrastructure

Using ACLs in LDAP: Creating a Secure eDirectory Infrastructure. Mike Richichi Assistant Director of Academic Technology, Drew University DeveloperNet Volunteer Sysop mrichich@drew.edu. What We’ll Cover. Review of eDirectory access control Inheritance Security principals Default ACLs

By mead
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Proportions, Measurement Conversions, Scale, and Percents

Proportions, Measurement Conversions, Scale, and Percents

Proportions, Measurement Conversions, Scale, and Percents. by Lauren McCluskey . Credits. “Prentice Hall Mathematics: Algebra I” “Changing Percents” by D. Fisher “Percent I” by Monica and Bob Yuskaitis “Percent II” by Monica and Bob Yuskaitis

By gusty
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Marcel Duchamp

Marcel Duchamp

Marcel Duchamp. Cubism Dada Readymade Iconoclast. Nude Descending Staircase, Cubism, 1912. Influenced by Picasso’s Cubism With Picasso the subject is seen from different points of view. Here the subject is depicted in motion. He was influenced by the photographs of Muybridge.

By wesley
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Refraction and Lenses

Refraction and Lenses

Refraction and Lenses. Honors Physics. Refraction. Refraction is based on the idea that LIGHT is passing through one MEDIUM into another. The question is, WHAT HAPPENS?.

By wilmer
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Class #19 – Copy constructors, Assignment Operators, Virtual Functions

Class #19 – Copy constructors, Assignment Operators, Virtual Functions

Class #19 – Copy constructors, Assignment Operators, Virtual Functions. Copy Constructors. A copy constructor is a special constructor that takes as its argument a reference to an object of the same class and creates a new object that is a copy.

By rachael
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TYPE OF IMAGE

TYPE OF IMAGE

TYPE OF IMAGE . Real vs Virtual Real Images can be seen on a piece of paper or screen placed because the focal point is in front of the mirror or behind the lens.

By xanti
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Chapter 7: Representation and Manipulation of Knowledge in Memory: Images and Propositions

Chapter 7: Representation and Manipulation of Knowledge in Memory: Images and Propositions

Chapter 7: Representation and Manipulation of Knowledge in Memory: Images and Propositions. Cognitive Psychologists Study Mental Representations. Methods Self report Rationalist approach Empirical support Experiments Neuropsychological studies. Mental Imagery.

By domani
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class Point { }

class Point { }

class Point { }. class Point { }. Point. class Point { int x, y; }. Point. x. y. class Point { int x, y; }. Point. x. y. class Point { int x, y; Point(int x, int y) { this.x = x; this.y = y; } }. Point. x. y. Point. x. y.

By natasha
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Ass. Wr . Wb . SIMULATION ( Soemarno 2014

Ass. Wr . Wb . SIMULATION ( Soemarno 2014

Ass. Wr . Wb . SIMULATION ( Soemarno 2014. Simulation A simulation is an imitation of some real thing, state of affairs, or process. The act of simulating something generally entails representing certain key characteristics or behaviours of a selected physical or abstract system.

By anise
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Elements of Art Principles of Design

Elements of Art Principles of Design

Elements of Art Principles of Design. How are these tools relevant in my photography?. Elements of Art. Line. Shape & Form. Value. Color. Space. Texture. Elements of Art. Line. Shape & Form. Value. Color. Space. Texture. “. A photograph is usually looked at - seldom looked into. ”.

By harvey
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TEXTURE &

TEXTURE &

Photo by Michael Arm. TEXTURE &. PHOTOGRAPHY. Capturing the viewer’s attention…. A n often overlooked method of capturing the viewers' attention is the use of texture. Texture can be defined as the surface detail of an object.

By tex
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Class #19 – Copy constructors, Assignment Operators, Virtual Functions

Class #19 – Copy constructors, Assignment Operators, Virtual Functions

Class #19 – Copy constructors, Assignment Operators, Virtual Functions. Copy Constructors. A copy constructor is a special constructor that takes as its argument a reference to an object of the same class and creates a new object that is a copy.

By arne
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Overview of C#

Overview of C#

Overview of C#. CS331. Structure of a C# Program. // Specify namespaces we use classes from here using System; using System.Threading; // Specify more specific namespaces namespace AppNamespace { // Comments that start with /// used for // creating online documentation, like javadoc

By ordell
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When to Use Manual Focus on a dSLR Camera

When to Use Manual Focus on a dSLR Camera

When to Use Manual Focus on a dSLR Camera. This PPT Has been Created Independently of the Video Publisher. When will autofocus have difficulties?. When in low light When attempting to focus on an object which is surrounded by many similar objects

By dafydd
(133 views)

Review form Part I...

Review form Part I...

Review form Part I. Message? Meaning? Symbolism? . Review form Part I. Message? Meaning? Symbolism? . Review form Part I. Message? Meaning? Symbolism? . ARSENAL OF DEMOCRACY “We must be the great arsenal of democracy” - FDR . Objective…

By mills
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“Just keep swimming!”

“Just keep swimming!”

“Just keep swimming!”. Motif. A recurring topic, idea, or phrase that often can help reveal the theme of a work. . Motif vs. Symbol. A symbol is an actual object that physically appears in a work while a motif can just be mentioned. Symbols do not always directly reveal a theme. .

By rafiki
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