A protective riser cable canopy integrates beautifully into the case, allowing for half-height PCIE cards behind the throne of the vertical graphics card. The protective shroud is the first of its kind, made specifically for the Y60.
Processing of every SQL statement either completes successfully or fails due to a specific error condition.Error handling can be done as in the client the application and on the server side using PSQL.
A delimited identifier such as "FULLNAME" is the same as the regular identifiers FULLNAME, fullname, FullName, and so on.The reason is that Firebird stores regular identifiers in upper case, regardless of how they were defined or declared.Delimited identifiers are always stored according to the exact case of their definition or declaration.Thus, "FullName" (quoted) is different from FullName (unquoted, i.e. regular) which is stored as FULLNAME in the metadata.
Numerics with precision less than 19 digits use SMALLINT, INTEGER, BIGINT or DOUBLE PRECISION as the base datatype, depending on the number of digits and SQL dialect.When precision is between 19 and 38 digits a 128-bit integer is used for internal storage, and the actual precision is always extended to the full 38 digits.
When changing a domain, its dependencies must be taken into account: whether there are table columns, any variables, input and/or output parameters with the type of this domain declared in the PSQL code.If you change domains in haste, without carefully checking them, your code may stop working!
When you convert data types in a domain, you must not perform any conversions that may result in data loss.Also, for example, if you convert VARCHAR to INTEGER, check carefully that all data using this domain can be successfully converted.
A subquery can be correlated.A query is correlated when the subquery and the main query are interdependent.To process each record in the subquery, it is necessary to fetch a record in the main query;i.e. the subquery fully depends on the main query.
A quantifier is a logical operator that sets the number of objects for which this condition is true.It is not a numeric quantity, but a logical one that connects the condition with the full set of possible objects.Such predicates are based on logical universal and existential quantifiers that are recognised in formal logic.
The primary file specification is the name of the database file and its extension with the full path to it according to the rules of the OS platform file system being used.The database file must not exist at the moment the database is being created.If it does exist, you will get an error message, and the database will not be created.
If the full path to the database is not specified, the database will be created in one of the system directories.The particular directory depends on the operating system.For this reason, unless you have a strong reason to prefer that situation, always specify either the absolute path or an alias, when creating a database.
Clause specifying the character set of the connection available after the database is successfully created.The character set NONE is used by default.Notice that the character set should be enclosed in a pair of apostrophes (single quotes).
Adds secondary files to the database.It is necessary to specify the full path to the file and the name of the secondary file.The description for the secondary file is similar to the one given for the CREATE DATABASE statement.
defines the name of the module where the exported function is located.The link to the module should not be the full path and extension of the file, if that can be avoided.If the module is located in the default location (in the ../UDF subdirectory of the Firebird server root) or in a location explicitly configured in firebird.conf, it makes it easier to move the database between different platforms.The UDFAccess parameter in the firebird.conf file allows access restrictions to external functions modules to be configured.
18. Write a Java program to check a number is a cube or not. Go to the editorIn arithmetic and algebra, the cube of a number n is its third power: the result of the number multiplied by itself twice:n3 = n × n × n.Input Data:Input a number: 8 Expected Output
21. Write java program to find any number between 1 and n that can be expressed as the sum of two cubes in two (or more) different ways. Go to the editor// Here are some examples of Ramanujan numbers :1729 = 1^3 + 12^3 = 9^3 + 10^3* 100001729 = 1^3 + 12^3 = 9^3 + 10^34104 = 2^3 + 16^3 = 9^3 + 15^3* 1000001729 = 1^3 + 12^3 = 9^3 + 10^34104 = 2^3 + 16^3 = 9^3 + 15^313832 = 2^3 + 24^3 = 18^3 + 20^339312 = 2^3 + 34^3 = 15^3 + 33^346683 = 3^3 + 36^3 = 27^3 + 30^332832 = 4^3 + 32^3 = 18^3 + 30^340033 = 9^3 + 34^3 = 16^3 + 33^320683 = 10^3 + 27^3 = 19^3 + 24^365728 = 12^3 + 40^3 = 31^3 + 33^364232 = 17^3 + 39^3 = 26^3 + 36^3
28. Write a Program in Java to check whether a number is an Armstrong Number or not. Go to the editorArmstrong (Michael F. Armstrong) number is a number that is equal to the sum of cubes of its digits. For example 0, 1, 153, 370, 371 and 407 are the Armstrong numbersExpected Output
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PHASE III: Transition the packaging techniques to a Government program and participate in further demonstrations using fully functional chips such as a proven computation accelerator for a multiple Teraflop CPU at a commercial data center or some specifically RF receiver functionality, such as correlation functions, digital beam forming, de-interleaving, or other Digital Signal Processing (DSP) operation.
PHASE III: Perform any final testing and transition complete Launch System kit(s) to Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and possibly some combatant commands (COCOMS) for full-scale ground testing of the technology involving Group 3-5 UAVs, and ultimate outfitting onto an ESB.This type of technology could be useful for commercial UAV delivery systems in cities. The growing industry of aerial consumer package delivery could be profoundly impacted by advances in such UAV launch capabilities.
PHASE III: Further develop the platform into a fully functional product that can reliably perform fully automated (no human-in-the-loop) image annotation and segmentation, output data in the prescribed format, and provide the user effective options to precondition the system to produce a tailored output. In Phase 3, given 10,000 images from FMV of five different tactical targets, the Phase 3 system must be able to collectively demonstrate the requirements specified in Phase 2, with a repeatability rate of 99% or better when exposed to different FMV image data sets of the same target.Commercial applications include the medical field for accurately screening patients for diseases such as cancer.
DESCRIPTION: Helicopters experience high amounts of vibration and as a result, the onboard equipment experiences different frequency resonances that cause bolted joints to loosen during operation. Torque checks are one of the regularly performed maintenance actions to make sure fasteners are still within designated torque values, and that no bolted joints have loosened over the operational life of the aircraft.Preload Indicating Hardware is hardware in a bolted joint assembly that gives the user a visual indication that proper tension/torque is applied. Examples in industry for industrial/commercial hardware applications range from one-time use washers with visual indicators to stress indicating bolts that contain a visual coloring or scale indication. Unlike torque checks where the clamping force is approximated via the resistance of the spinning bolt, this type of hardware directly measures clamping force in the bolted joint. Current available products would need to size down to accommodate aircraft application and show that the torque indication accuracy is within the desired parameters.Another method of determining preload on a bolted joint without the use of a torque wrench or other tool to turn the bolt is the use of ultrasound technology. Ultrasound technology generally involves a probe that emits ultrasonic waves into a material and analyzes the reflection of said waves to determine the characteristics of the material. The clamping force of a bolted joint can be determined through this method by analyzing the amount of strain a bolted joint is exerting on a part. This method of inspection can often require physical contact with the bolted joint, but compared to using a torque wrench, one only needs enough space for the probe to make contact versus space for a full wrench turn. This technology would have to be adopted to detect loss of preload on varying sized hardware to limit the need to manufacture multiple tools and reduce possible maintainer training.Current torque checking procedures require maintainers to expose the bolts to the degree that space permits free engagement of a torque wrench. After re-installation and the torque check, a vibration check and a functional check flight (FCF) are often required, which take multiple maintenance man-hours to complete. These maintenance man-hours exponentially accumulate in the event a torque check fails or subsequently doesn't pass the vibration check and/or FCF on the first round, affecting overall aircraft readiness. This is where preload indicating hardware could be a significant game changer in reducing maintenance man-hours for torque verification. This technology would give the maintainers a visual indication of whether or not a fastener is still exerting the required amount of preload in a bolted joint, and would eliminate a significant amount of non-mission capable hours (NMCH) and maintenance man-hours required as part of a physical torque verification process.A product (preload indicator) is needed that can be easily implemented onto existing Navy/Marine aircraft, without major modifications to any part of the structure or any other components on the aircraft. The preload indicator can be built into the bolt, the nut, the washer, or any combination of the three as long as the design does not hinder current torque check procedures, or can be a separate tool so long as it does not damage any surrounding components. The hardware should be able to accommodate bolts as small as 0.375-inches in diameter to as large as 1.6875-inches in diameter. Binary preload indication should be visible enough that maintainers can clearly see an out-of-torque and over-torqued bolt during night conditions typical of ship-based operations. It should be able to withstand flight conditions/loads without loss of preload in the bolted joint over the life of the aircraft for airframe application, or the predefined maintenance interval for dynamic components. The product should be able to endure corrosion prone environments typical of naval operations, vibrations, and accommodate temperatures typical of naval aircraft (details will be provided to Phase I awardees). Debris commonly found inside the aircraft (i.e., hydraulic fluid, gearbox fluid, etc.) should not affect preload indication. Handling and fall damage should not cause the product to lose accuracy. The preload of the current bolted joints should remain the same, as well as keeping to the currently implemented fastener standards. Additional installed hardware on the aircraft should be no more than a combined weight of two pounds. The hardware must have negligible effect (+/-5%) on the natural frequency of the fasteners as to not interfere with the existing health monitoring sensors. Implementation of this hardware should also not introduce new failure modes. Wireless inspection solutions of bolted joint preload must be consistent and accurate. Parts adjacent to the designated bolted joints should not require removal in order for the tool to properly inspect bolt preload. 2b1af7f3a8