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The IFI Robotics Isaac R/C system was originally developed for the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) robotics competition. FIRST robots are designed to participate in a competition requiring rather complex mechanisms with jointed arms, telescoping grabbers, and complex omni-directional movement, which makes their control needs a lot more involved than that of a typical combat robot. The FIRST system is built around a 900-MHz, bi-directional radio modem, which transmits high-rate serial data between the control gear and the robot. The transmitter gear is a modular design that is capable of using standard PC-compatible game-type peripherals such as joysticks, steering wheels, foot pedals, or custom user-built control gears. The receiver contains a user-programmable radio, which can control complex functions on the robot in response to commands from the transmitter. Digital and analog inputs to the receiver board can be used as feedback to the control system, or they can gather telemetry data to send back to the transmitter for driver displays or recording on a laptop computer. The IFI Robotics system uses the 900-MHz band to transmit its control signals. The data packets traveling between the transmitter and receiver are coded with a team number to ensure that one IFI Robotics radio set does not interfere with another IFI Robotics radio set, which is a tremendous advantage over hobby R/C gear that has no way of distinguishing between one radio and another on the same frequency. The coded team number is custom settable by the users and the event s organizers. The bi-directional data transmission also gives the operator a clear indication of radio signal integrity, diagnostic lights on the operator interface tell the operator the status of the receiver, and a button on the transmitter control board can be used to reset forcibly the receiver s user-programmed computer system. IFI Robotics sells two types of robot controllers the Isaac16 and the Isaac32 that are similar except the Isaac32 has twice the number of output channels and onboard sensor inputs, and the radio modem is a separate item and not built into the system as is the Isaac16. Table 8-3 shows a list of the number of inputs and outputs in the two robot controllers.
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These mid-level managers then will pass relevant information about their domains to the central network management console. This architecture reduces the number of connections to the central manager to one per domain. It enables distributed network monitoring and analysis to be scaled to fit the size of a network while allowing network capacity and processing power to be channeled to business information needs, not network management. Figure 32.6 is an illustration of this manager of managers architecture. Security issues addressed by SNMPv2 include timestamping data collected so that an indelible audit trail is laid down. A data encryption standard would provide a screen for company-sensitive information traversing networks that are vulnerable to unauthorized listening. Resolving this issue might remove the single largest impediment to purchasing with a credit card over the Internet. Message authentication would prevent rogue users from masquerading on the network undetected. All of these features are critical to continued use of the network to conduct business. SNMPv2 will allow whole tables of data to be passed to the manager. A new type of request, a GetBulkRequest, should alleviate congestion on the network and promote the use of tables in network monitoring and analysis. Provisions have been made in SNMPv2 for acknowledging traps back to the agent. The agent will retry trap notification until successful, or, if unsuccessful, will notify the user that the manager is not responding. This introduces greater confidence that out-of-norm conditions detected by the agent will be communicated and dealt with in a timely manner.
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In the following example, you will use the Import Wizard to import users and groups: 1. From Windows, select Start | Programs | BusinessObjects XI Release 2 | BusinessObjects Enterprise | Import Wizard. 2. At the Welcome Screen, click Next. 3. Specify the repository from which you want to import content. Under Source, use the drop-down menu to select the appropriate version. The required information will change, depending on the version of the source repository. In the following example, you are importing from a version 6.1 repository. For User Name, enter the General Administrator user name and password. Specify the network path for the BOMain.key. Click Next.
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LinkedCell: This is the location, either a cell address or a range name, that stores the value of the check box. When the check box state changes, so does the value of the linked cell, and this provides the direct link between this control and whatever IF formulas you have on the worksheet that will be driven by this. It also works the other way: if you change the value in the LinkedCell, then the check box will change also. Text Box This is a way to type text into a predefined area. You can set this text box control as part of a group of other controls that form a control panel in your model. Anything entered in the text box is automatically entered into a cell that you have identified as the LinkedCell. The properties you should work with are the following: Text: This sets or shows the text in the control. Multiline: If TRUE, the control will display text in multiple lines. MaxLength: Enter 0 to allow any number of characters. Otherwise, enter an integer to set the maximum number of characters for the control. LinkedCell: This is the cell that will store the Text property of the text box. Likewise, the text in this cell will determine what will appear in the text box. Command Button This is a button that typically is used to run a routine with a click of the mouse. The properties to work with are the following: Caption: This determines what text is displayed in the button. Picture: This allows you to display a graphic image on the button. TakeFocusOnClick: When something in Excel is ready to receive input from a mouse or keyboard, that object has
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The next chapter will focus on creating a very basic configuration for your appliance.
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The last few sections dealt with the creation of VLANs and the assignment of interfaces to them. This lab builds upon this information and allows you to perform some of these configurations. You can find a picture of the network diagram for the simulator in the Introduction of this book. After starting up Boson s NetSim simulator, click the LabNavigator button. Next, double-click Exercise 13-2 and click the Load Lab button. This will load the lab configuration based on Exercise 13-1.
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Online processing systems are characterized by their ability to process transactions for many users simultaneously. An online application must be able to compartmentalize each user s work so that the users do not interfere with each other, even if two or more users are attempting to read or update the same records. A typical database management system (DBMS) will be able to enforce record locking, and an application must have logic to deal with locked records gracefully. Business records and transactions in database management systems are usually made up of rows in several different tables. Referential integrity is the characteristic that requires that the database management system maintain the parent-child relationships between records in different tables and prohibit activities such as deleting parent records and transforming child records into orphans. Application logic must be designed to prevent these situations and other types of collisions and deadlocks that can occur when many users are performing different tasks in an application. The characteristic of atomicity states that a complex transaction, which could consist of simultaneous actions on many records in many different tables, is performed as a single unit of work: either it will all be completed properly or none of it will be completed. This helps to ensure the integrity of all data in the database management system. The IS auditor will need to fully understand the inner workings of an application, including the actions of different transactions on the underlying DBMS. Then the auditor will need to stage a number of different tests to see how the application handles situations that may challenge the integrity of business information. Some examples include
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SOLUTION We use the Fundamental Theorem. In this example, f (x) = x 2 . We need to nd an antiderivative F . From our experience in Section 4.1, we can determine that F (x) = x 3 /3 will do. Then, by the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus,
Before testing is to launch, the test plan will be reviewed by audit management for approval. The review will consider the following: Do planned test procedures support a valid test of the control Is the degree of testing appropriate to support each control objective The audit s objective Are all scope areas covered by testing Do planned test procedures appear to fit in the planned time frame Are auditors appropriately skilled to test their assigned controls The approved test plan document is placed in the audit s workpapers. Audit management may share this plan with client personnel, or it may be kept internal to the audit team.
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