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How to Use a Plug Board to Create a Simple Circuit

Scott Fullam O'Reilly Media PDF

How to Create a Simple Circuit

As you learn more about electronics, you can use the information in the rest of the data sheet. For now, all you need to know is how to connect the part in the circuit you are building.

How to Use a Plug Board to Create a Simple Circuit

The plug board is a circuit prototyping tool that allows you to quickly build a circuit without soldering parts together. It is a set of plastic blocks with holes in it spaced

0.1 inches apart; you can see what one looks like in Figure

II-12. Wires connect each hole horizontally and vertically. Rows 1, 2, 3, and so forth are wired together as per the dashed line in Figure II-13. The two slim outside and center plastic blocks are wired vertically according to the red and blue lines printed on them. Most plug boards on the market follow this convention, but be sure to check the data sheets for the particular model you want to use, or check the plug board manually with a multi-meter.

You can create temporary circuits on a plug board by pushing the metal pins on an integrated circuit into the holes in the plug board, as shown in Figure II-14. You can push resistors, capacitors, and other components into the holes as well. Make electrical connections between parts of the circuit by taking a piece of solid core wire, stripping the insulation off of the ends, and pressing the ends into the appropriate holes in the plug board. Most plug boards will accommodate solid core wire of 24 or 22 gauge. Do not use stranded wire, as it will be very difficult to press the small strands into the holes.

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9. Magazyn danych

Matthew MacDonald Helion ePub

Wsieci wyrniamy dwa miejsca, w ktrych przechowuje si informacje; s to serwer sieciowy i klient (czyli komputer uytkownika witryny). Niektre typy danych dziaaj lepiej w pierwszym obszarze; inne sprawdzaj si wycznie w drugim.

Serwer sieciowy jest miejscem, w ktrym zachowuje si poufne informacje i dane, do ktrych nikt niepowoany nie powinien mie dostpu. Gdy np. wypeniasz koszyk zakupw ksigarni internetowej kolejnymi pozycjami, informacje o tym s zapisywane po stronie serwera. Twj komputer przechowuje tylko te dane, ktre informuj przegldark, kim jeste, i ktry koszyk zakupw naley do Ciebie. Nawet wprowadzenie HTML5 nie zmienia tego ukadu. W kocu jest on sprawdzony, bezpieczny i wydajny.

Przestrze danych na serwerze nie jest najlepszym wyjciem dla wszystkich witryn. Czasem atwiej przechowa mniej istotne informacje na komputerze uytkownika sieci. Dla przykadu zachowywanie danych lokalnie ma sens w przypadku ustawie uytkownika (np. sposobu, w jaki witryna jest wywietlana na jego monitorze) i stanu aplikacji (czyli punktu, w jakim aplikacja zakoczya swoje dziaanie, a uytkownik moe go uy do wznowienia pracy w tym samym miejscu).

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Scientific Visualization of Occupation Data for Spatial Analysis of Animal Behavior Using OpenGL

Hamid R. Arabnia, George A. Gravvanis, George Jandieri, Ashu M. G. Solo, Fernando G. Tinetti CSREA Press PDF

Int'l Conf. Scientific Computing | CSC'13 |


Scientific Visualization of Occupation Data for

Spatial Analysis of Animal Behavior Using










Group for Studies in Images and Signals Processing,

Graduation Program in Electrical Engineering (PPGEE),

Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais (PUC MG)

Belo Horizonte, MG 30535-901, Brazil.



Abstract —

The overriding goal of this work is to present the implementation of a tool for spatial analysis of georeferenced information as a means of gaining insights into animal behavior from scientific visualization. The spatial occupation data of monkeys from the species

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Predicting Causes of Traffic Road Accidents Using Multiclass Support Vector Machines

Robert Stahlbock, Gary M. Weiss, Mahmoud Abou-Nasr, Hamid R. Arabnia CSREA Press PDF

Int'l Conf. Data Mining | DMIN'14 |


Predicting Causes of Traffic Road Accidents Using Multiclass Support Vector Machines

Elfadil A. Mohamed

Department of Management Information Systems, College of Business Administration, Al Ain University of Science and

Technology, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates

Abstract - Road traffic accidents have caused a myriad of problems for many countries, ranging from untimely loss of loved ones to disability and disruption of work. In many cases, when a road traffic accident occurs that results in the death of both drivers of the vehicles involved in the accident, there are some difficulties in identifying the cause of the accident and the driver who committed the accident. There is a need for methods to identify the cause of road traffic accidents in the absence of eyewitnesses or when there is a dispute between those who are involved in the accident. This paper attempts to predict the causes of road accidents based on real data collected from the police department in Dubai,

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12. Forms-Based Security

Jesse Liberty O'Reilly Media ePub

Back in the primitive days of personal computing, when each user's computer stood alone and isolated, security was not such a big deal. Until computers became networked and viruses were let loose as a scourge on the Internet, security for most PCs meant screensaver passwords and a lock on the office door.

All of that has changed. Today's computers are interconnected in myriad ways, on local networks and over the Internet. The pipes of data that connect your machine to the rest of the world are tremendously beneficial, but at the same time potentially harmful, opening your machine to outsiders. Some of those outsiders are malicious or just plain unwelcome. In any case, it is the job of security to let the good stuff in and keep the bad stuff out.

As part of the .NET Framework, ASP.NET 2.0 has a robust security infrastructure. ASP.NET is designed to work with Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS), Windows 2000 to 2008, and the NTFS filesystem. Consequently, there is tight integration with the security provided inherently in those environments. If you are on an intranet and are certain that all your clients will be using Windows and Internet Explorer, there are features you can use to make your job as software developer easier. Alternatively, you can implement your security system independent of Windows and NTFS using the new forms-based security controls.

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