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1. Original or routine design (shown in Figure 2.10): New bridge design is based on the latest codes of practice from AASHTO and the state DOT. The latest technology is utilized. There are many options available for superstructure planning and design. Structural solutions and the type of foundation to be used are broad based. Major funding is required. However, life cycle costs can be controlled through judicious planning and design. In original design, no load posting is required. AASHTO LRFD speci cations deal primarily with routine design of new members and not with the redesign of de cient or rogue members. At present there are no separate speci cations for diagnostic design. Although there are many types of defects, the practical issues related to all types of defects need to be addressed on their own merits, perhaps on a case-by-case basis. A comprehensive maintenance code would therefore be desirable. 2. Diagnostic design: Older bridges were designed to different criteria, using different materials and for different loads, a long time ago. Fatigue and environmental constraints such as corrosion have given rise to structural de ciencies. To identify the de ciencies and the degree of damage, a diagnosis based on inspection or remote health monitoring is carried out on a regular basis. Some major and some minor repairs may be required, based on the diagnosis. Smart solutions need to be based on diagnostic type design. Diagnostic design steps required for a typical pre-reconstruction planning process are shown in Figure 2.10. An example requiring diagnostic design is when a lower strength of concrete exists. This can be known by taking core samples from abutment or wingwall and testing the samples in a laboratory. Older bridges may have used lower strengths (below 3000 psi) while new bridges the require Class A concrete (4000 psi or higher) in some states. Similarly, current requirements of 60,000 psi for yield of reinforcing bars may not be met, since in olden days yield strength was not even 40,000 psi. Such bridges may be strengthened if they are not beyond repair. Another example requiring diagnostic design is at zones of high fatigue in a steel beam subject to reversal stress from moving loads. This would require ange plates to be added. If new plates are not added, allowable stresses in bending and shear may be lowered in keeping with the fatigue de ciency. Load posting to a lower live load may be required.
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Now, a question may come to mind of why the different buffers are necessary. In a reallife scenario, the JAR files may contain a lot of class files (Java code) and a bunch of compressed images (PNG, JPEG, et cetera.). These JAR files will then be loaded into the application cache. However, in order for the application module to use the images inside the JARs, they have to be decompressed. This would happen next and, as a result, all uncompressed images will be available in the image memory. Then the application can be executed and displayed on the screen. It is very similar with the font buffer. In order for an application to use a font, it has to be copied into a buffer to be accessible. Because some fonts, particularly Asian fonts with many complex characters, may take up a lot of space, it may not be possible to render the font in a timely manner. By using the buffer, however, fast interaction is possible. In other words, fonts can be generated on-the-fly as the characters are pre-loaded in the buffer.
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As online financial services evolves, the integration and management of new, compelling services into the legacy environment threatens to bring more complexity, preventing banks from maximizing the return on investment through an optimal customer experience, said James Van Dyke, president and founder of Javelin Strategy and Research. As a result, open and flexible system approaches for integrating diverse electronic financial content and services becomes more important for helping financial institutions keep up with the rapid pace of new technology services, such as more interactive bills and statements, and online money management capabilities, converging content from lines of business and much more. Financial institutions can use the OpenChannel strategy to take advantage of new capabilities, such as Electronic bill payment integration Industry-standard web services can enable financial institutions to quickly implement a wide range of online banking and electronic bill payment functionality through a user interface that they control while leveraging their existing technologies. Value-based routing/payment preference The OpenChannel strategy enables financial institutions to deliver premium content, such as data-fed electronic bills, and additional capabilities such as expedited payments and card-based payments. In addition, CheckFree plans to expand the processing window to approximately 10 P.M. Eastern time to enable even more payments to be processed by the next business day. Security The OpenChannel strategy is designed to enable CheckFree FraudNet, a fraud detection and case management system, to be delivered as part of a servicebased model. Utilizing web services, a financial institution can leverage the power and intelligence of CheckFree s bill payment network by sending payments to CheckFree for scoring. Those payments that fail to meet the financial institution s risk threshold could then be proactively stopped before they are processed. Cross-sell and upsell services OpenChannel enables financial institutions to leverage the rich data in their CheckFree payment warehouse as well as data from other sources to analyze consumer behavior for their specific customer segments, and to plan and execute targeted marketing campaigns aimed at improving online banking and bill payment adoption and usage. Mobile banking and payments Through web services, CheckFree enables banks and credit unions to offer customers the convenience of banking and paying bills using their mobile devices. OpenChannel provides the flexibility to support a wide range of technologies, including micro-browser wireless application protocol (WAP), short message service (SMS) text messaging, and device-resident applications. Some financial institutions will choose one of these technologies, while others may use a combination of approaches to support different online banking and bill payment functionality, such as paying bills, checking account balances or payment histories, transferring funds, or receiving alerts. SaaS comes in all shapes and forms and is used by a broad variety of industries. If you are looking for a specific application, chances are good that it is out there. If not, you can be patient and wait for it to be developed, or you can roll your sleeves up and make it yourself using Platform as a Service (PaaS). We ll talk more about PaaS in the next chapter.
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Constant Bit Rate (CBR). CBR services are used for video, voice, and distance learning applications where timing is important. This type of traffic has the highest priority in the network and is defined by the PCR, which remains constant, and by the CDVT. The CDVT, usually specified in milliseconds, is the maximum cell jitter applications can tolerate in the network end-to-end. This might be caused, for example, by some cells in a stream getting delayed by multiplexing cell streams at a switch during congested traffic conditions. The ATM network must be provisioned so the maximum cell delay variation during live traffic conditions will be less than the CDVT. Conservatively, this means that the sum of the CDVT parameters set at each switch in the transmission path must be less than the acceptable end-to-end cell jitter. In practice, however, the measured end-to-end cell jitter is likely to be less, since traffic traveling through the network is not likely to reach the maximum CDVT for each switch along the way. Real-time Variable Bit Rate (rt-VBR). Real-time VBR can be substituted for some CBR applications having end systems that can recover from variable traffic rates and small cell losses. This service, in addition to being defined by the PCR and CDVT, uses MBS and SCR. The MBS is the maximum number of cells that can be transmitted at the PCR; the SCR represents the sustained traffic rate the customer is likely to use over time. Non-real-time Variable Bit Rate (nrt-VBR). Non-real-time VBR can be used for applications such as transaction processing which do not have strict timing requirements. It is characterized by the same traffic parameters as those for real-time VBR. This service does have less stringent QoS requirements, however. Unspecified Bit Rate (UBR). UBR is akin to flying standby; if a seat in coach becomes available, then the destination will be reached. This type of service can be used where no service guarantees are required, such as for e-mail and file transfer. It is defined by the PCR and the CDVT. In practice this service is not very common, since there are no guarantees for the subscriber. Available Bit Rate (ABR). ABR is the newest class of service and is akin to having a seat in coach and waiting for an upgrade to first class. It was designed to make more efficient use of available capacity of the network, while at the same time providing a minimum guaranteed bandwidth, specified by the MCR. If the end-user application requires additional bandwidth and such bandwidth is available in the network then the PCR may be realized. ABR can be used for applications that require data transfer and distributed file service. ABR implementations vary in their degree of sophistication. In its most basic form, the Explicit Forward Congestion Indication (EFCI) bit in the Payload Type (PT) within the cell header gets set to 1 to indicate congestion at a particular switch. The end station is notified that congestion exists in the network and, if this feature is implemented, may decrease the cell rate of the connection. In an advanced implementation, ABR makes use of signaling to negotiate traffic and QoS parameters prior to establishing a connection (see section 12.9). ParameDownloaded from Digital Engineering Library @ McGraw-Hill (www.digitalengineeringlibrary.com) Copyright 2004 The McGraw-Hill Companies. All rights reserved. Any use is subject to the Terms of Use as given at the website.
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