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his chapter explores the System namespace. System is a top-level namespace of the .NET Framework class library. It directly contains those classes, structures, interfaces, delegates, and enumerations that are most commonly used by a C# program or that are deemed otherwise integral to the .NET Framework. Thus, System defines the core of the library. System also contains many nested namespaces that support specific subsystems, such as System.Net. Several of these subsystems are described later in this book. This chapter is concerned only with the members of System, itself.
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networks while defining and deploying new Ethernet services. In 2006, Infonetics published Service Provider Plans for Metro Optical and Ethernet: North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific 2006, a study conducted to determine the metro optical and Ethernet equipment requirements and network implementation plans of service providers over the next year. The study found that service providers are offering a surprising number of network-based services over Ethernet, including voice, video, and storage. Ethernet is used not only to collect and move Ethernet traffic, but also for IP and legacy services and to move data among customers and POPs and COs. Service Providers have now made considerable investments in Carrier Ethernet and are considering what the most efficient approach for offering Ethernet services is. Most providers still use several types of networks to offer Ethernet. A majority of carriers leverage their installed infrastructure to offer Ethernet services over SONET/SDH rings; this is a staple in carrier networks, but Ethernet is growing in the access space to the detriment and displacement of SONET/SDH, which is beginning to lose favor as measured in many data points in this study. In fact, Ethernet over WDM will be offered by more respondents in and after 2007 (92 percent) than is Ethernet over SONET/SDH (80 percent). Building a separate Ethernet overlay network is the choice of over half of the Service Providers. Many large companies are willing to pay for the resiliency of SONET/SDH, but small and medium companies expect to pay lower prices for Ethernet services and need alternate paths. To reach small and medium businesses, Service Providers are using Ethernet over IP/MPLS and Ethernet overlay networks that have lower costs but with many hard SLA and resiliency options with carrier-class Ethernet products. Infonetics asked respondents to name the Ethernet services they offered besides connectivity and bandwidth, in other words, what services are offered over their connections. The results are shown in Figure 3.2. By 2007, 84 percent of the respondents will offer packetized voice as an Ethernet service, and 84 percent will offer Ethernet Private Line. In 2007, several other popular offerings involve data storage and recovery: storage backup (72 percent) SAN extension (64 percent), and data-center mirroring (72 percent). Security services offered are also popular: stateful firewall (80 percent), encryption (68 percent), DoS prevention (72 percent), and URL filtering (48 percent).
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Focus on results. Focus on a specific goal itself rather than focusing so strongly on how you will achieve this goal and on all the problems that could arise. Keep it simple, and ask yourself: What is the most effective and efficient way to achieve this specific goal If you are unable to answer that question, you can trick yourself by asking this: If it were someone other than me in this situation, what would I suggest that he or she do You are likely far better at giving concrete, clear, and focused advice to others than to yourself.
Figure 11-13: Cells allowed through the network when the user does not exceed the agreed upon throughput.
// Demonstrate a fixed-size buffer. using System; // Create a fixed-size buffer. unsafe struct FixedBankRecord { public fixed byte Name[80]; // create a fixed-size buffer public double Balance; public long ID; } class FixedSizeBuffer { // Mark Main as unsafe. unsafe static void Main() { Console.WriteLine("Size of FixedBankRecord is " + sizeof(FixedBankRecord)); } }
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Audio takes up much less space than video, but uncompressed audio coupled with compressed video uses up a large percentage of the available bandwidth. Compressing the audio can result in a small loss of quality, but if the resulting space is used instead for video, it may improve the video quality. In essence, reducing both the audio and the video is usually most effective. Usually video is compressed more than audio, since the ear is more sensitive to detail loss than the eye. Just as MPEG compression takes advantage of characteristics of the human eye, modern audio compression relies on detailed understanding of the human ear. This is called psychoacoustic or perceptual coding. Picture, again, your telephone conversation with a friend. Imagine that your friend lives near an airport, so that when a plane takes off, your friend cannot hear you over the sound of the airplane. In a situation like this, you quickly learn to stop talking when a plane is taking off, since your friend won t hear you. The airplane has masked the sound of your voice. At the opposite end of the loudness spectrum from airplane noise is background noise, such as, a ticking clock. While you are speaking, your friend can t hear the clock, but if you stop, then the background noise is no longer masked. The hairs in your inner ear are sensitive to sound pressure at different frequencies (pitches). When stimulated by a loud sound, they are incapable of sensing softer sounds at the same pitch. Because the hairs for similar frequencies are near each other, a stimulated audio receptor nerve will interfere with nearby receptors and cause them to be less sensitive. This is called frequency masking. Human hearing ranges roughly from low frequencies of 20 Hz to high frequencies of 20,000 Hz (20 kHz). The ear is most sensitive to the frequency range from about 2 to 5 kHz, which corresponds to the range of the human voice. Because aural sensitivity varies in a nonlinear fashion, sounds at some frequencies mask more neighboring sounds than at other frequencies. Experiments have established certain critical bands of varying size that correspond to the masking function of human hearing (see Figure 2.9).
That is, the value of the expression within the subscripting operator is passed to the operator[ ]( ) function in its explicit parameter. The this pointer will point to O, the object that generated the call. In the following program, atype declares an array of three integers. Its constructor function initializes each member of the array to the specified values. The overloaded operator[ ]( ) function returns the value of the array as indexed by the value of its parameter.
notation. It says that S is the set of all numbers x such that x is greater than or equal to 8 and less than 5. We will use set builder notation throughout the book.
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