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Relative to the exact model, the error in natural frequency prediction for the three approaches is about 4.2 percent, 0.03 percent, and 5.1 percent, respectively. While none of these simpli cations give exactly the same result as the exact model, all are close and the error involved in approach 2 is below the error introduced by any reasonable measurement system. Strictly speaking, all of these simpli cations are wrong in that they do not precisely predict the natural frequency. Nevertheless, they are useful since they reduce complexity, produce reasonable approximations, and demonstrate which physical parameters are signi cant in determining the natural frequency of the body mode. For instance, it is much clearer from these simple models that the sprung mass and the suspension spring stiffness are the major determinants of the body mode natural frequency. While it would be possible to choose the equivalent mass above and then choose an equivalent stiffness that produced a value numerically equal to the exact natural frequency of the body mode, this stiffness would lose its connection to physical parameters. Hence its usefulness as a design tool would be reduced and the model would be valid only for the one speci c system for which it was developed. The fact that the three approaches above all produce similar results provides some measure of con dence in removing the tire degree of freedom. In this case, it follows from the fact that the tire mass is an order of magnitude smaller than that of the body, while the tire stiffness is about an order of magnitude larger. Hence, assuming that the mass is zero or the stiffness is in nite are both reasonable assumptions to make. In other systems, only one of these assumptions may be appropriate, based upon the physical parameters. A reasonable approach to producing dynamic models of cam-driven systems, therefore, is to start with some understanding of the mass and stiffness of each component in the system. With this information, the model can be reduced such that the most compliant (least stiff) or most massive components are retained and the models ignore natural frequencies above the frequency range of interest. This ensures that the model remains as simple as possible. Of course, it is then necessary to verify (by verifying that the natural frequencies associated with the components assumed to be rigid are outside the region of interest or, preferably, though experimental validation) that the model is not too simple. Models can be scaled up in complexity by replacing some of the stiffnesses or masses data matrix code
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One solution to improving network scaling is to use LSP hierarchy, based on adding labels to the MPLS label stack. For example, one popular approach is to run LDP over RSVP-TE. In this approach, LDP LSPs are used end to end, but RSVP-TE LSPs are used to cross the backbone area. This enables service providers to use the rapid restoration mechanisms of RSVP-TE and to traffic engineer within the backbone (typically from city to city), but to scale the network to a similar size to that achievable with a pure LDP design. In order for this approach to operate, the Area Border Routers (ABRs) must be configured with targeted LDP sessions to each other, so that the ABRs for each area can advertise labels to the ABRs for all other areas for each edge router (Label Edge Router or LER) in the area. For a network of N LERs and M areas with two ABRs per area, this results in N + 2M(M 1) LSPs for a network where each LER has a single LSP to every other LER. This LDP over RSVP-TE approach may be extended to use an RSVP-TE LSP from the LER to the ABR, from ABR to ABR, and from ABR to LER. To do this, targeted LDP sessions are configured between the ABRs in each area and all their local LERs, and a full mesh of RSVP-TE LSPs is created between all the ABRs and LERs in each area. Further hierarchical scaling approaches are possible, for example using RSVP-TE to create forwarding adjacencies over which other RSVP-TE LSPs may be signalled.
1. Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Basic Reference Model: The Basic Model, ISO/IEC 7498-1, 1994. 2. DOCSIS specifications may be found at the CableLabs website: www.cablemodem .com/specifications/. 3. The Internet Engineering Task Force RFCs and standards (including DHCP, TFTP, SNMP, SIP, MGCP, IntServ, DiffServ, RAP, COPS, IPSec, and IKE) may be found at the IETF website: 4. Lee and Bertorelle, System-Level Capacity and QoS in DOCSIS 1.1 Upstream, SCTE Emerging Technology Conference, 2002. 5. CableHome specifications may be found at the CableLabs CableHome website: 6. PacketCable specifications may be found at the CableLabs PacketCable website: 7. Various articles, Cable Digital News (February 2002, February 2003, May 2003, June 2006, October 2006, April 2007): 8. John, Brouse, Fiber Access Network: A Cable Operator s Perspective, ITU-T All Star Network Access Workshop, June 2004: index.html.
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The query methods are defined by System.Linq.Enumerable and are implemented as extension methods that extend the functionality of IEnumerable<T>. (Query methods are also defined by System.Linq.Queryable, which extends the functionality of IQueryable<T>, but this interface is not used in this chapter.) An extension method adds functionality to another class, but without the use of inheritance. Support for extension methods was added by C# 3.0, and we will look more closely at them later in this chapter. For now, it is sufficient to understand that query methods can be called only on an object that implements IEnumerable<T>. The Enumerable class provides many query methods, but at the core are those that correspond to the query keywords described earlier. These methods are shown here, along with the keywords to which they relate. Understand that these methods have overloaded forms and only their simplest form is shown. However, this is also the form that you will often use.
Manage Server Settings This option does not have a corresponding agent-side feature. It allows you to specify how the PN Agent communicates with the Web Interface site hosting the config.xml file. The two options worth noting here are Backup URLs and Site Redirection. With Backup URLs, you can specify backup servers for the Program Neighborhood Agent to contact if the primary Web Interface server is not available. In the event of a server failure, users are automatically connected to the backup server specified first in the Backup URL list. You may define a maximum of five backup URLs. Site Redirection is used to define when to redirect users to a new site running the Web Interface configured for PN Agent. You may choose from three options: Do not redirect, Redirect immediately, and Redirect the next time PN Agent starts. This is useful in situations where you create a new site for your users and want to redirect all of them from the old site to the new site without them having to enter the new URL manually.
6. Configure a standard numbered ACL on the 2600-1 to allow traffic from the 2950-1 switch, but to deny all other traffic. At the top of the simulator in the menu bar, click the eRouters icon and choose 2600-1. On the 2600-1, create a standard ACL statement to permit access from the 2950-1 switch, logging matches: configure terminal and access-list 1 permit host Create a second ACL statement to deny all traffic, logging matches: access-list 1 deny any. Exit configuration mode: end. Examine the ACL configuration: show access-lists. 7. Activate the ACL on the 2600-1 router on fa0/0 in the inbound direction. Access the interface: interface fa0/0. Apply the ACL: ip accessgroup 1 in. Exit configuration mode: end. 8. Access the 2950-1 and verify its IP address configuration. At the top of the simulator in the menu bar, click the eSwitches icon and choose 2950-1. View the IP address for VLAN 1: show ip interface brief. 9. Test the ACL from the 2950-1 by pinging From the 2950-1 switch, ping the 2600-1: ping The ping should be successful. 10. Examine the ACL statement matches on the 2600-1. At the top of the simulator in the menu bar, click the eRouters icon and choose 2600-1, and then use the show access-lists command to examine the ACL configuration. There should be five matches on the permit statement. 11. Test the ACL from the 2950-2 by pinging At the top of the simulator in the menu bar, click the eSwitches icon and choose 2950-2. From the 2950-2 switch, ping the 2600-1: ping The ping should fail. 12. Examine the ACL statement matches on the 2600-1. At the top of the simulator in the menu bar, click the eRouters icon and choose 2600-1 and then use show access-lists to examine the ACL configuration. There should be five matches on the deny statement. 13. Remove the ACL configuration from the interface.
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