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S we said in 1, it s good to let your imagination run wild when you begin making plans to build a bot. However, while you can dream up all kinds of crazy ideas for a robotic creation, keep in mind that you may not have the time or even the technology to build most of them. We can t begin to tell you how to design the perfect bot, any more than we can convince you of what the perfect car or television set is. Everybody has their own idea of what s best. Yes, we authors have our biases and feel comfortable with certain techniques and designs that have been tested over a number of years, but a prospective bot builder can easily arrive at a better idea than anything we ve come up with in the past. Read this book and others, talk with respected people and experienced combat warriors, sketch out your ideas, and then just go for it. Start your design process by deciding on exactly what you want your bot to do. If you re planning to build a machine for BattleBots, you re going to have to take an approach quite different from the one used for making small autonomous machines designed to run a maze or blow out a candle in the popular Trinity College Robot Firefighting Contest. A bot designed to act as a servant in your home may be every bit as heavy and complex as a warrior bot, but it doesn t need to be able to survive the blows of a weapon of another machine or travel nearly as fast. Experience has shown that electronics and computing power are not the limiting factors in bot construction; it s the mechanics, sensors, and related software development that choke a project to a stop. How do I physically build the thing What type of sensors can I use How do I write the code and what language should I use are the questions that flood experienced builders minds. Of course, if you re building a BattleBots-style (radio control) machine, you probably won t need any software, and the sensors are your own eyes as you guide it across the floor of the battle arena. Physical and mechanical design are most critical in these large bots. They require more sophisticated machining techniques than most bots because they must endure an environment that is far more hostile than the average home.
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MIBs common to all SNMP agents can be used in creative ways to facilitate all aspects of network management. This is the great advantage of standards-based network management. Some agents even allow custom MIBs to be defined so that unique applications particular to the needs of a specific network can be addressed. This broadens the capabilities of SNMP-based management applications to control basic network devices and critical systems and applications. The MIBs collect the data from network devices and traffic; applications then gather and process the data into meaningful information for presentation at the network management console. In addition to managing devices like routers, bridges, and hubs, they are thus equipped to manage objects such as applications, printers, users, and databases that are central to business success. The ability to control information access to network and system resources, and effortlessly monitor important network components, provides users with unprecedented visibility and control of a network infrastructure.
Although namespaces help prevent name conflicts, they do not completely eliminate them. One way that a conflict can still occur is when the same name is declared within two different namespaces, and you then try to bring both namespaces into view. For example, assume that two different namespaces contain a class called MyClass. If you attempt to bring these two namespaces into view via using statements, MyClass in the first namespace will conflict with MyClass in the second namespace, causing an ambiguity error. In this situation, you can use the :: namespace alias qualifier to explicitly specify which namespace is intended.
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Scenario testing is primarily concerned with the integration of biometric systems into existing business processes and real-world human transactions. A scenario test is the final information point for how well the technology works in the context of the target environment. The target operational environment can be simulated but, if so, it must be as realistic as possible. The objective is to understand and evaluate how the technology impacts workflow in that environment. Similar to pilot deployments, ideally, real users and administrators are involved in scenario tests. This serves as early training and generally helps raise overall awareness of the technology. User reactions and comments provide information on usability, human factors, and ultimate acceptance. For whatever reason, if users don t accept the technology in the proposed scenario, the technology will fall short of its intended benefits. Sometimes, usability factors can be more important than raw performance for certain scenarios, especially if the application has high throughput requirements and a diverse, unpredictable use population. Scenario tests should describe details relevant to the user transactions and capture timing measurements in terms of throughput. This helps identify queuing problems so they can be avoided or accounted for in final installations. Transactions should also be described in light of system purpose and work flow. For example, if the system is for PC login, are login events available to be used only for authentication or does the information also support time and attendance reporting Human factors and user acceptance ultimately reflect a prevailing attitude toward the system. Observations on how people use the system in the target environment (and even the occasional complaint) help us relate better to human issues and exceptions, and, more important, force us to consider ways of addressing them. Even if somewhat anecdotal in nature, such observations can reveal areas for improvement or places where small modifications to the environment could have a large impact. For example, simple ergonomic adjustments often improve throughput and user acceptance. As the environment can be an important part of biometric systems, this information can be captured in the form of facility diagrams. Diagrams are a natural and easy means to communicate quickly the location of biometric devices, and to show how they are approached and used. In the case of cameras, range, lighting, and potential occlusions can also be documented. Conclusions for usability testing could depend heavily on the environment and user population. While we all desire biometrics to be used in nonintrusive, nondiscriminatory ways, these concepts mean different things to different people in different environments.
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