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Some motors advertise their no-load speed and not their no-load current. If the motor s specifications list the internal resistance of the motor, the no-load current can be determined from equation 4. With these equations, as well as the gear ratio, wheel size, and coefficient of friction between wheels and floor, you can determine how fast the robot will move and how much pushing force the robot will have. (How you actually determine this will be explained in 6.) If you want the robot to go faster, you can either run the motors at a higher voltage or choose a lower gear reduction in the drive system. Equation 5 is an important equation to know and understand, because it will have a direct effect on the type and size of the batteries that you will need. By rearranging this equation, the current draw requirements from your batteries can be determined. Equation 6 shows this new relationship.
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The types of sampling include statistical sampling, judgmental sampling, attribute sampling, variable sampling, stop-or-go sampling, discovery sampling, and stratified sampling. The IS auditor needs to understand the meaning of confidence coefficient, sampling risk, precision, expected error rate, sample mean, sample standard deviation, and tolerable error rate. An audit report usually includes a cover letter, introduction, summary, audit description, list of systems examined, interviewees, evidence, explanation of sampling techniques, findings, and recommendations. The types of risks that are related to audits include control risk, detection risk, inherent risk, overall audit risk, and sampling risk. External auditors may be needed when the organization lacks specific expertise or resources to conduct an internal audit. However, some regulations and standards require external, independent audits.
finger to use. After a while, I start receiving marketing information telling me to show up at the local grocery store, retail outlet, and so on, because I am already preregistered and biometrically enrolled in their systems. That s because, along with my facial photograph, the sports club kept my raw data, or file images, in addition to the fingerprint templates, and sold the information to others. Later, while shopping in the mall, sales associates insist on selling me athletic gear, protein supplements, and diet aids because their facial recognition system identified me as a failed jock from the sports club. Later, the police are confronted with the grisly homicide of the sports club manager in his office, where the only evidence is a single latent print left on the murder weapon. After no matches are made against the FBI s criminal master file, the new sports club management readily agrees to turn over the file images of fingerprints of all its members, including mine, so the latent print can be searched against them. Particularly with respect to the private sphere, where the conduct of private actors has traditionally been given a large degree of freedom of action from government interference, few current legal limits exist in the United States on the use of biometric information held by private actors. This observation is not meant to suggest that the federal or state governments would not be able to regulate the use of biometric information held by private actors; rather, it emphasizes what the present regulatory baseline is with respect to the regulation of biometric information: Until regulatory action has been taken by government, the use of biometrics is left to the market. The legal situation is very different in the European Union, where a comprehensive privacy protection framework exists. Invasive Information Is Obtained In addition to the identification information associated with the biometric, invasive information threatening privacy could conceivably include three other types of concerns. First, biometric identifiers could be used extensively for law enforcement purposes, as raised in the sports club example. Fingerprints have long been used by law enforcement, and electronic finger images or what are in effect the next generation of fingerprints are presently being used by various law enforcement agencies as part of their databases, such as the FBI s Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS). Second, it is possible (and this point needs to be stressed: only possible) that some biometrics might capture more than just mere identification information. Information about a person s health and medical history might also be incidentally obtained. Recent scientific research, while the subject of controversy, suggests that fingerprints might disclose such information about a person. For example, Dr. Howard Chen, in his work on dermatoglyphics, or the study of the patterns of the ridges of the skin on parts of the hands and feet, notes that certain chromosomal disorders are known to be associated with characteristic dermatoglyphic abnormalities, specifically citing Down syndrome, Turner syndrome, and Klinefelter syndrome as chromosomal disorders that cause unusual fingerprint patterns in a person. Certain nonchromosomal disorders, such as chronic, intestinal pseudo-obstruction (CIP) (described in the next paragraph),
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