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Public sector biometric applications could implicate Fourth Amendment considerations when biometrics, like fingerprints, are used in noncriminal contexts or when they are used in a criminal justice context. The courts have decided many Fourth Amendment cases involving individuals having to provide physical characteristics or personal traits, such as fingerprints or voice samples, to the State. Accordingly, analysis of the state of the law in the noncriminal and criminal justice areas may be instructive. Constitutional Challenges to Fingerprinting in Noncriminal Context The overwhelming majority of government biometric applications will fall into the noncriminal context, for such matters as logical or physical access control, fraud prevention, and other business processes. While the federal courts have not had occasion to rule on the government-mandated use of biometrics, many decisions have established that an individual has minimal constitutional privileges concerning his fingerprints or similar physical characteristics and personal traits. Moreover, the courts have upheld numerous federal, state, and municipal requirements mandating fingerprinting for employment and licensing purposes, provided that the government has a rational basis for requiring fingerprinting. In the federal context, the so-called rational basis test means that Congress must show that the fingerprinting requirement bears a rational relationship to a legitimate government objective or interest. The rational basis test is a lesser
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SOLUTION The differential equation to solve is d 2vc dv c + 5v c = 20 cos 10t +6 2 dt dt To nd the zero-input solution, we solve the homogeneous equation dv c d 2vc +6 + 5v c = 0 2 dt dt The characteristic equation is s 2 + 6s + 5 = 0
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Although the preceding examples have demonstrated the basic mechanism of indexers and properties, they haven t displayed their full power. To conclude this chapter, a class called RangeArray is developed that uses indexers and properties to create an array type in which the index range of the array is determined by the programmer. As you know, in C# all arrays begin indexing at zero. However, some applications would benefit from an array that allows indexes to begin at any arbitrary point. For example, in some situations it might be more convenient for an array to begin indexing with 1. In another situation, it might be beneficial to allow negative indexes, such as an array that runs from 5 to 5. The RangeArray class developed here allows these and other types of indexing. Using RangeArray, you can write code like this:
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1. Rehabilitation technology: It is more diverse than the original design effort. It involves inspection, interpretation of data, selection of repair and rehabilitation methods, in addition to analysis, computer aided design, and application of AASHTO and state codes of practice. 2. AASHTO s objectives: A plan was developed by the AASHTO Highway Subcommittee on Bridges and Structures in June 2005 to help achieve safe, cost-effective, low-maintenance, long-life structures. Some of their recommendations, such as accelerated bridge construction, serve as strategic topics and require further attention. Other topics are added here as deemed necessary by practitioners. 3. Technology developments at the state level: It is important to specialize in developing structural solutions for speci c issues that may relate to local traf c, topography, geography, environmental loads, and extreme events. Currently, their diversity restricts them from being adequately addressed in the national level design speci cations or in the maintenance manuals. In resolving local speci c issues in a timely manner, existing bridge design manuals in each of the 50 states serve as necessary supplements to The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Of cials (AASHTO) Load and Resistance Factor (LRFR) and Load and Resistance Design (LRFD) design and construction speci cations.
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