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these uses require a fairly high level of detail in the model components, and they are often implemented with models that a subcontractor may already have produced specifically for these reasons. The BIM has great potential for optimizing the construction schedule (productivity optimization) with a Line of Balance scheduler, or for tracking cash flow, but currently these applications are not widely used. Project Team Management This applies to the guidance of the interactions among the participants in the design and construction processes of the project. It is important to remember that the project team is working for the owner and needs to keep the goals of the owner clearly in mind while establishing the construction management parameters for the project. The project s BIM plan should reflect these goals and be the tool with which the team is realizing its goals. The primary concerns are communication and coordination issues among the project team members. It is easy to underestimate the depth of change required to implement the BIM process successfully, within the structure of a project team. The collaboration necessary to build an accurate and coordinated simulation of a project forces a different kind of interaction than the project team members are accustomed to in conventionally managed construction projects. A good place to begin planning communication channels and assigning responsibilities is to address what, when, and how to report project progress to the owner. Reporting protocol may occasionally be specified in the contract, but it will likely be an area that the team will have to define for itself. Updating of the BIM is the second critical area to address early; a system of keeping a central model coordinated and a detailed description of the roles of each of the modelers is important. The BIM will encourage the consideration of many responsibilities of team members and thus open the possibility for developing clear guidelines for the relationships among the project team members. The team will be able to optimize its productivity through well-defined deliverables. The use of BIM will make the deliverables more transparent to all team members, and thus exercise a certain individual encouragement to compliance with the team s expectations. Coordination of the work of the project team members is an extremely valuable aspect of a BIM. A 3D view of a detailed project can quickly and easily reveal many characteristics of the project that may otherwise be difficult to visualize in the conventional 2D drawing format. Such model views also encourage the interaction among the responsible persons to resolve apparent conflicts, or discuss other design or construction-related issues. A discussion between the design consultants and subcontractors based on the 3D models may help in communicating the designer s intent and visualizing the specific construction or installation procedures before they are to take place in the field. Thus the BIM can function as a focal point for the relationships and communication among all construction team members. The model can accommodate the visualization of the regular construction schedule update as well as the look-ahead ideas practiced in Lean Construction.
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Many cable television operators envisioned their plant could contain a multitude of services to and from subscriber terminals, thus increasing more revenue. Internet service was one application, and with a cable modem with an operating program supplied, more rapid communications resulted. The bit rate was usually about 1.5 Mbps (T-1 rate). This could diminish to nearly 250 Kbps, depending on the number of participating subscribers the operator served. Naturally, VOIP may be the next stop. 8.124 What started out as a tree-branch cable system, through changes in network topology and equipment, evolved into a combination of ringbus bidirectional hybrid ber-coax (HFC) system supplying a variety of services to the subscriber. The coaxial plant operates as a spectrum of RFmodulated carriers, which is classi ed as frequency division multiplexing (FDM). This whole spectrum is converted to light energy and carried on optical ber. Some systems placed a group of carriers on one ber and another group on another ber. Also, it was found that one group of carriers could be converted to light energy on an optical carrier and carried on a ber, and other groups of RF carriers could be converted to another optical carrier, and all could be transmitted on one ber. This process was known as wavelength division multiplexing (WDM). This method, shown in Figure 8-3, was ef cient in the use of an optical ber. How a cable television system evolved into an HFC network depended on how the coaxial cable RF plant started out. Typically the off-air antenna location was the source of the company s product namely, television programming. With the advent of satellite television technology it was often prudent to place the satellite-receiving antennas at the tower site. In some cases, this was not possible due to permit problems, access, or interference. Consequently a headend node had to be formed, which collected all the television signals from the off-air tower and the satellite-receiving station. This node was often placed at the site of the company of ce or the local television studio site. The main subscriber trunk cables were fed from this headend node. Some of these topologies are shown in Figure 8-4. The best case is where all the signals originate at one location. Few cable operators are this fortunate. The next best situation is where most signals originate at another, remote location. The remote site, in many cases, is connected to the main signal source node by a short cascade (two or three) of RF ampli ers through a separate trunk cable. Cable operators would replace this coaxial cable ampli er cascade with an optical- ber system, which took less power and required less maintenance.
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Anytime that you make policy changes (as with the nat, global, static, accesslist, and many other commands) that affect existing entries in the translation and/or conn tables, you should execute the clear xlate command to remove the existing entries so that the new policy changes will apply to the users: executing this command will enforce the new changes. The syntax of the clear xlate command is shown here:
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Moving the sliders (or interactive markers) left or right increases or decreases acceleration between the control object and the final contour. Figure 21-31 shows the results of changing the Color Acceleration rates while unlinked from the Object Acceleration values. Changing the Color Acceleration also affects the color properties applied to outline paths of objects.
Taking the magic number program further, the next version illustrates the use of the else statement to print a message in response to the wrong number.
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