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If we slowly add a single-chain phospholipid to an aqueous solution, at first the lipid molecules are dispersed among the water molecules. Later, as the concentration of lipids is increased, a point is reached where the lipid molecules merge together forming aggregates called micelles. A micelle is simply a lipid ball with the hydrocarbon chains pointed in toward the center, as illustrated in Fig. 11-2. The concentration, at which the lipids self-assemble into micelles, is called the critical micelle concentration (CMC). The aggregation process is highly cooperative. Once the critical micelle concentration is reached, any further lipid added to the solution either associates with existing micelles or forms new micelles. This causes the concentration of micelles to increase, while the concentration of free lipid molecules remains relatively constant, as shown in Fig. 11-3. There are a number of forces that contribute to self-assembly in micelle formation. As the hydrocarbon tails approach one another, dispersion forces (see Chap. 6) provide a strong attractive force pulling them together. Close association of the tails is also favored by the hydrophobic effect. As the tails are
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Spoofing Intruders can use spoofing to impersonate both Wi-Fi access points and Wi-Fi network clients. It is relatively easy for an intruder to establish a rogue access point with the same name as a legitimate access point. The intruder can use this rogue access point as a gateway to forward legitimate traffic in both directions while watching for and intercepting any sensitive information that may pass by. Or, the intruder may use the rogue access point to steal logon credentials from users trying to connect to the real access point. Intruders can also spoof legitimate Wi-Fi clients in an attempt to connect to Wi-Fi networks. Some Wi-Fi networks include MAC address ACLs, which means they permit only known computers (identified by their MAC addresses) to connect to the Wi-Fi network. An intruder who eavesdrops on Wi-Fi traffic can easily discern this and change his computer s MAC address to that of one of the computers that is permitted to connect.
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Like most IT projects, the first task in any large undertaking is to define your requirements. This is your opportunity to sit down with line-of-business managers, financial people, and regular end users and determine what their needs are. This will be the CFO s opportunity to tell you if he is interested in total cost of ownership, return on investment, or simply the bottom line. Your line-of-business managers will be able to offer suggestions on how the new system might improve productivity or workflow, or perhaps inform you of an upcoming initiative to encourage employees to work from home. End users will most likely offer you a litany of difficulties they have had in using the system, and what portions of the technology are confusing to them. Gather all of this information
The prototype for _dos_read( ) is in <dos.h>. This function is not defined by the ANSI/ISO C/C++ standard. This function is obsolete and not recommended for future code. The _dos_read( ) function reads up to count bytes from the file specified by the file descriptor fd into the buffer pointed to by buf. The number of bytes actually read are returned in numread, which may be less than count if the end of the file is reached before the specified number of bytes have been input. The file must have been opened using a call to _dos_creat( ), _dos_creatnew( ), or _dos_open( ). Also, _dos_read( ) treats all files as binary. Upon success, _dos_read( ) returns 0; non-0 on failure. On failure, errno is set to either EACCES (access denied) or EBADF (bad file handle). Also, when a failure occurs, the return value is determined by DOS and you will need DOS technical documentation to determine the exact nature of the error, if one should occur.
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11.3.3 Equivalent Mass or Inertia While the mass and inertia of each component in the system can be determined, the mass of interest in dynamic modeling is generally not the mass of each individual component, but rather the equivalent mass of the components connected as they are in the system. This is particularly true when model reduction is used to reduce the number of degrees of freedom and lump multiple masses and inertias together. The equivalent mass is, loosely speaking, the mass felt by an observer at a particular reference point in the system. While this may seem to be a somewhat abstract concept, it is nothing more than a consequence of the familiar concept of mechanical advantage. Figure 11.7 demonstrates this. Suppose that the mass m is rigidly attached to a massless rod a distance l1 from the pivot and a force F is applied to the rod a distance l2 from
DataAckThresh = 1 Description This setting defines that the client will wait for 1 sound packets/ data to be sent by the server before it sends an acknowledgment to the server for all the sound packets/data received. Maximum Limit The maximum limit depends on the NumDataBuffers. If the NumDataBuffers is set to 32, then the DataAckThresh should not be set higher than 32, as the client does not acknowledge more than 32 sound data/packets. The best practice is to set the DataAckThresh to 1 for the best performance of the client and server.
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