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To better understand how an energy path affects the rate of a process, consider walking over a large hill versus walking around it. The end result is the same, you are on the other side of the hill, but the path is different. You might think going
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extensive calculation to compress the video, while requiring much less computation to decompress (play back) the video. This type of algorithm is called asymmetric in its compression. For example, one popular codec is Cinepak. It takes much longer to compress than real time, but plays back well in real time. Obviously, the fundamental criterion for an effective codec is to play back in real time, with no visual stuttering or dropping of frames. The process of throwing away data in a video image introduces so-called artifacts in the image, which look like blockiness or pixilation of the image. The more video is compressed (i.e. the more data are thrown away), the more artifacts appear. Compression of a video, therefore, is a compromise of throwing away as many bits as possible, while maintaining an acceptable image quality. As of this writing, the best codec is Sorensen. We'll look at aspects of this codec in more detail later. There isn't the space in this book to delve into all the technical details, but there is one item to watch out for: DV has non-square pixels, while computers have square pixels. This means that a video clip in DV format will look distorted if shown on a computer screen. Fortunately, some software packages (such as After Effects and HEURIS MPEG Professional) can automatically do the required adjustments to pixel aspect ratios.
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It is hard to provide generic costs for the EoMPLS solution because network CAPEX (capital expense) and OPEX (operational expense) are functions of many variables. However, this section attempts to provide a simple CAPEX model for EoMPLS. EoMPLS CAPEX is generally high relative to other Carrier Ethernet solutions. This is the result of the increased functionality and complexity of EoMPLS platforms relative to other solutions. As noted previously, many carriers in fact use EoMPLS in the core of their networks to enable the network to scale, but use alternative mechanisms for the access layer. However, over time the cost of MPLS platforms will continue to fall, with the result that the MPLS layer will expand toward the edge of carrier networks. There are two main costs to consider in an EoMPLS network: the cost of the PE device and the cost of transport across the MPLS backbone (including the cost of the networkfacing ports on the PE device). The cost of PE devices is typically dominated by the cost of the MPLS-enabled Ethernet port to which the customer connects either directly or via a carrier-owned non-MPLS aggregation device. Typical end-customer prices for Gigabit Ethernet ports today are in the range of $1000 or $1 per megabit. Transport across an MPLS network is more expensive and costs are highly dependent on the equipment used, the number of hops in the network, and the cost of the transmission links interconnecting the equipment. Assuming, for example, a cost of $20,000 per 10-Gigabit Ethernet link on a PE or P router and 4 P routers between the 2 PE devices at either end of a pseudowire, it would cost approximately $20 per megabit in 10-Gigabit Ethernet
Frequency reuse allows a particular radio channel to carry conversations in multiple locations, increasing overall capacity of the communications systems. Within a cluster, each cell uses different frequencies; however, these frequencies can be reused in cells of another cluster. One centralized radio site with 300 channels can have 300 calls in progress at any one time. The 300 channels can be divided into four groups of 75 channels and still provide 300 calls at once. Dividing the service area into 16 sections called cells allows each cell to use one of the four groups of channels, increasing the call carrying capacity of the system by a value of 4 (1,200 calls at one time). The service area can be continually divided into smaller and smaller cells to obtain greater call carrying capacity, increasing the number of calls by a factor of four with each division. The limit on how many cells can be used is determined by this information: 1. The cost infrastructure at each cell 2. Processing power of the switch that controls the system 3. Minimum power output at each site
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Preview the scene through your viewfinder or LCD monitor. Be aware of any obvious problems, like garbage cans in the background. Also be on the lookout for trees or telephone poles that appear to be growing out of your subject s head. If you have the time, move around the scene and photograph it from several angles. If you get in the habit of observing everything that s in the viewfinder, your composition skills will improve and your pictures will look more professional. After a while, observing subtle details will become second-nature. Imagine a grid of nine squares over your scene, and place your center of interest where two gridlines intersect. This is known as the Rule of Thirds. The image in Figure 3-1 was composed with the cellist as the center of interest. Focus on your center of interest. For more information on focusing, see 2. Shoot the picture.
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same results as drilling down from Year to Quarter. However, setting Drill By to a dimension not yet in the report, such as Product Line, creates an entirely new perspective on the data. Web Intelligence will automatically move the current column to the Drill toolbar and replace it with the Drill By column. The Drill By is contextual and becomes more powerful when more details and columns of data are available in the microcube but not displayed in the report. For this reason, many BusinessObjects deployments involve report authors creating ever larger microcubes (micro would not be an appropriate term here!), in an attempt to predict report consumers drill paths. This is a bad practice. The multidimensional analysis in Web Intelligence is not a replacement for an industrial-strength OLAP database such as Microsoft Analysis Services or Hyperion Essbase (see 14 for further discussion on this topic). You want your initial report to contain only a minimal amount of data for response time and scalability reasons. If a certain dimension does not appear in the Drill By, users can still access it via Add Drill Filter or Scope Of Analysis. The universe may contain still more columns by which to explore the data; however, if they do not exist in the local document, Drill By does not display them. Scope Of Analysis and Drill Through do.
5. C. WPA supports PSK authentication and RC4 encryption with TKIP. A is incorrect because WEP doesn t support authentication and doesn t define TKIP (Cisco has a proprietary solution that does, however). B is incorrect because 802.1x is an IEEE standard and only defines authentication. D is incorrect because it supports AES-CCMP for encryption. 6. D. If you disable broadcast beaconing on the AP, you must define the SSID on each client, matching it to the configured value on the AP. A and B have nothing to do with broadcast beaconing, but MAC address filtering can be used to enhance the security of a WLAN implementation. C refers to ad hoc mode and has nothing to do with SSID values. 7. D. Enterprise mode for WPA2 uses 802.1x authentication with AES-CCMP for encryption. A and B are incorrect because personal mode uses PSKs. C is incorrect because it uses WEP/RC4 for encryption.
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