FIGURE 8.6 Inserting a New Logical Record into an Unordered Sequential File in Software

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The term "log" is usually used to mean logarithms to the base 10, while "ln" is used to mean logarithms to the base e. The terms "natural" (for base e) and "common" (for base 10) are fiequently used.
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Extensive remote office implementations require dealing with issues such as travel arrangements and scheduling. Covering large geographical regions may necessitate a great deal of travel, which may in turn limit the number of willing participants on implementation teams. In addition, last-minute scheduling changes can quickly eat up the travel budget. Careful planning and control are essential in managing this project cost.
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The Integrated Agreement expressly sets forth the goals of forming an Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) Team: By forming an Integrated Team, the parties intend to gain the benefit of an open and creative learning environment, where team members are encouraged to share ideas freely in an atmosphere of mutual respect and tolerance. Team Members shall work together, and individually, to achieve transparent and cooperative exchange of information in all matters relating to the Project, and to share ideas for improving Project Delivery as contemplated in the Project Evaluation Criteria. Team members shall actively promote harmony, collaboration and cooperation among all entities performing on the Project.
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Galling, 261 Gauss divergence theorem (GDT), 194, 200 201 GDT. See Gauss divergence theorem Gear(s) epicyclic, cam-modulated, 492, 492f, 493f equivalent weight of, 438 439 in MEMS, 512 noncircular, cam-modulated, 493 494, 494f worm, cam-modulated, 490, 491f Gear cam, in computing mechanisms, 296, 296f Gear discriminator, in MEMS, 518 520, 519f Gear drive, roller, 10, 488 489, 488f Geneva mechanism, 482 483, 483f Geometric properties case studies, 204 215 computational schemes, 186 202 global, 184 186, 194 202 local, 177 184, 189 194 overview of, 177 of planar contours, 184 185, 194 198 software packages, 203, 561 562 of solid regions, 198 202 Globoidal cams, 10, 11f, 12f concave grooved, 486 487, 486f indexing, 10 11, 12f Grain ow, 302 303 Graphical layout of cam pro le graphical layout method, 160, 161f manual method, 15 16, 16f, 17f, 28 Graphical-slope differentiating method, 29, 31 Grease, 277 278, 278f Grinding, cam nish and, 295 296 Groove cams de ned, 4 5, 7f in micromechanical lock, 518, 518f, 519f Gutman 1 3 harmonic curve, 103, 405, 405f, 406f Hardening. See Heat treatment Hardness recommended, 303 of roller follower, 306 and wear, 269 270 Harmonic content, minimization of, 103 Harmonic curves, 103 105. See also Double harmonic curves; Simple harmonic curves Berzak-Freudenstein 3-4-5-6-7, 405f, 406f factors for, 552t Freudenstein 1-3, 104, 405 Freudenstein 1-3-5, 104 105, 405f, 406f Gutman 1-3, 103, 405, 405f, 406f
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For each structural component, the following issues will be addressed: 1. Structural steel replacement and/or strengthening Existing steel beams with deck replacement shall be made composite in positive moment regions. In order to determine the remaining service life, a fatigue analysis of existing steel members to be reused or rehabilitated will be carried out in accordance with: AASHTO Guide Speci cations for Fatigue Evaluation of Existing Steel Bridge, 2007 AASHTO LRFD Speci cations for Bridge Highways, and the current state LRFD bridge design manual. 2. Investigate use of high performance steel: Use of HP 70W for durability, weight, and cost savings, and strengthening fractured oor beams will be considered. 3. Heat straightening: This old technique is used to restore deformed steel members by gradual heating and cooling. The procedure is more of an art than a science and requires experienced craftsmen. Beams or girders that have been struck by trucks or are bent by other causes can often be repaired by heat straightening only, or in combination with eld welding to install new sections for the damaged steel member portions. Steel can be bent from overload, collision, earthquake, or re. A repair procedure to straighten plastically deformed regions of damaged steel by applying repetitive heating and cooling cycles is generally used. Each cycle leads to a gradual straightening trend. Maximum temperature is controlled so that thermal stress from heat shall not increase the yield stress of steel. Steel has the capacity to restore to its original condition through heating. The performance of repaired steel does not change. The alternate method of hot mechanical straightening uses an external force by which properties of steel are affected and early fracture can take place. If heat straightening is deemed to be practical, a detail showing the location of the repair and procedures needs to be prepared in the form of a report. 4. Micro composite reinforcing steel bars, corrosion inhibitors and latex modi ed concrete: Conventional 60 ksi rebars are known to corrode. Micro-composite steel is non-coated and is highly corrosion resistant. Corrosion inhibitors and latex modi ed concrete can extend the life of bridge decks by more than 20 years. The use of corrosion inhibitors with conventional rebars can mitigate the problem by chloride extraction. Corrosion of reinforcing bars is caused by salt penetrating concrete. The
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One of the main benefits for using BD-J menus is they allow a lot of flexibility. An area where this becomes particularly apparent is for displaying dynamically-generated text. This provides a huge contrast to DVD or to HDMV menus where all the text has to be pre-composed and cannot be dynamically created during playback. For example, for a DVD game, an individual graphic for every possible score has to be created and stored on the disc. This limitation is history when using BD-J where the scores can be dynamically generated by the Java code and displayed on the screen. Additionally, for example, it is possible for users to enter their name to personalize the game or to allow multi-player scenarios. There are two ways that BD-J text can be implemented on a Blu-ray Disc. One approach is to use fonts in a manner similar to text subtitles. The BD-J application loads an OTF font and then can render any text string to the screen. Of course, this has the same drawbacks as the text subtitles, which means each player uses a slightly different font renderer, making the final result potentially look different on each player. However, to display certain information, such as, game scores, user names, or runtimes of videos, this is a great method to use. A second, but a little bit more complicated, way is to implement bitmap fonts. Basically, there is one large image file (often called a character strip) containing all the letters and numbers in the alphabet with an associated coordinates list that describes the cropping parameters for each letter. However, it should be noted that bitmap fonts are not natively supported by BD-J but, instead, must be implemented in the application. But, by using this method, any text string can be assembled on the screen using the bitmap font. This allows the creative designers to define how the font will look and does not leave it up to the player for interpretation. The amount of additional graphics memory necessary to accommodate this may be negligible. Although this method works great for western languages, applying it to Asian languages is much more difficult considering the larger amount of characters available. However, both options should be considered to provide a more dynamic user experience.
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