Devices capable of receiving data, retaining data for an indefinite or finite period of time, and supplying data upon demand.
Regulations to assure protection of property and equipment.
A computer disk read by a laser beam, containing data prerecorded by a vendor. The buyer cannot enter or modify data in any way but the advantages lie in the speed of accessibility, relative immunity to damage, and relatively low cost of purchase.
A condition or physical state produced by the ingestion, injection, inhalation of or exposure to a deleterious agent.
Pesticides used to destroy unwanted vegetation, especially various types of weeds, grasses (POACEAE), and woody plants. Some plants develop HERBICIDE RESISTANCE.
The attitude of a significant portion of a population toward any given proposition, based upon a measurable amount of factual evidence, and involving some degree of reflection, analysis, and reasoning.
Chemicals used to destroy pests of any sort. The concept includes fungicides (FUNGICIDES, INDUSTRIAL); INSECTICIDES; RODENTICIDES; etc.
The science, art or practice of cultivating soil, producing crops, and raising livestock.
Implantable devices which continuously monitor the electrical activity of the heart and automatically detect and terminate ventricular tachycardia (TACHYCARDIA, VENTRICULAR) and VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION. They consist of an impulse generator, batteries, and electrodes.
Methods to induce and measure electrical activities at specific sites in the heart to diagnose and treat problems with the heart's electrical system.
Recording of the moment-to-moment electromotive forces of the HEART as projected onto various sites on the body's surface, delineated as a scalar function of time. The recording is monitored by a tracing on slow moving chart paper or by observing it on a cardioscope, which is a CATHODE RAY TUBE DISPLAY.
A device designed to stimulate, by electric impulses, contraction of the heart muscles. It may be temporary (external) or permanent (internal or internal-external).
Solutions used to store organs and minimize tissue damage, particularly while awaiting implantation.
Exclusive legal rights or privileges applied to inventions, plants, etc.
An impulse-conducting system composed of modified cardiac muscle, having the power of spontaneous rhythmicity and conduction more highly developed than the rest of the heart.
Books used in the study of a subject that contain a systematic presentation of the principles and vocabulary of a subject.
Artificial device such as an externally-worn camera attached to a stimulator on the RETINA, OPTIC NERVE, or VISUAL CORTEX, intended to restore or amplify vision.
Rare leukoencephalopathy with infantile-onset accumulation of Rosenthal fibers in the subpial, periventricular, and subependymal zones of the brain. Rosenthal fibers are GLIAL FIBRILLARY ACIDIC PROTEIN aggregates found in ASTROCYTES. Juvenile- and adult-onset types show progressive atrophy of the lower brainstem instead. De novo mutations in the GFAP gene are associated with the disease with propensity for paternal inheritance.
Individuals enrolled in a school or formal educational program.
A species of CARDIOVIRUS which contains three strains: Theiler's murine encephalomyelitis virus, Vilyuisk human encephalomyelitis virus, and Rat encephalomyelitis virus.
Educational institutions providing facilities for teaching and research and authorized to grant academic degrees.
Sequential operating programs and data which instruct the functioning of a digital computer.
Critical and exhaustive investigation or experimentation, having for its aim the discovery of new facts and their correct interpretation, the revision of accepted conclusions, theories, or laws in the light of newly discovered facts, or the practical application of such new or revised conclusions, theories, or laws. (Webster, 3d ed)
Those individuals engaged in research.
Financial support of research activities.
Text editing and storage functions using computer software.
Selection of a type of occupation or profession.
The upward or downward mobility in an occupation or the change from one occupation to another.
A system containing any combination of computers, computer terminals, printers, audio or visual display devices, or telephones interconnected by telecommunications equipment or cables: used to transmit or receive information. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
Systems composed of a computer or computers, peripheral equipment, such as disks, printers, and terminals, and telecommunications capabilities.
A genus of zygomycetous fungi in the family Mucoraceae, order MUCORALES, forming mycelia having a metallic sheen. It has been used for research on phototropism.
Analysis of the energy absorbed across a spectrum of x-ray energies/wavelengths to determine the chemical structure and electronic states of the absorbing medium.
Annelids of the class Hirudinea. Some species, the bloodsuckers, may become temporarily parasitic upon animals, including man. Medicinal leeches (HIRUDO MEDICINALIS) have been used therapeutically for drawing blood since ancient times.
Specifications and instructions applied to the software.
A flammable, poisonous gas with a characteristic odor of rotten eggs. It is used in the manufacture of chemicals, in metallurgy, and as an analytical reagent. (From Merck Index, 11th ed)
Input/output devices designed to receive data in an environment associated with the job to be performed, and capable of transmitting entries to, and obtaining output from, the system of which it is a part. (Computer Dictionary, 4th ed.)
The group in which legal authority is vested for the control of health-related institutions and organizations.
A multifunctional pyridoxal phosphate enzyme. In the final step in the biosynthesis of cysteine it catalyzes the cleavage of cystathionine to yield cysteine, ammonia, and 2-ketobutyrate. EC
Machine readable patient or equipment identification device using radio frequency from 125 kHz to 5.8 Ghz.
Pathological conditions in the DUODENUM region of the small intestine (INTESTINE, SMALL).
Tumors or cancer of the DUODENUM.
The shortest and widest portion of the SMALL INTESTINE adjacent to the PYLORUS of the STOMACH. It is named for having the length equal to about the width of 12 fingers.
Complex mental function having four distinct phases: (1) memorizing or learning, (2) retention, (3) recall, and (4) recognition. Clinically, it is usually subdivided into immediate, recent, and remote memory.
A chemical element having an atomic weight of 106.4, atomic number of 46, and the symbol Pd. It is a white, ductile metal resembling platinum, and following it in abundance and importance of applications. It is used in dentistry in the form of gold, silver, and copper alloys.
The sciences dealing with processes observable in nature.
Programs of study which span the traditional boundaries of academic scholarship.
The study of natural phenomena by observation, measurement, and experimentation.
One of the BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE DISCIPLINES concerned with the origin, structure, development, growth, function, genetics, and reproduction of animals, plants, and microorganisms.

A new needle-crystalline computed radiography detector. (1/48)

The most successful digital radiography detectors to date have been storage phosphor plates used in computed radiography (CR). The detector is cheap, has good producibility, and is robust. Direct radiography (DR) systems are being developed based on flat-panel technology. Better image quality is claimed for some DR systems. On the other hand, DR detectors have low producibility and robustness, and a high price. A new CR detector is being developed at Agfa that combines the advantages of CR and DR. It is a storage phosphor plate made up of needle-shaped crystals. The phosphor efficiently converts absorbed x-ray quanta into photostimulable centers for efficient read out. It has a large dynamic range and its emission is efficiently detected with both photomultiplier tube (PMT) and charge coupled device (CCD). It is shown that CR systems based on the new detector offer image quality that matches that of the best DR systems.  (+info)

Simulation of disaster recovery of a picture archiving and communications system using off-site hierarchal storage management. (2/48)

The purpose of this communication is to report on the testing of the disaster recovery capability of our hierarchical storage management (HSM) system. Disaster recovery implementation is a requirement of every mission-critical information technology project. Picture archiving and communications systems (PACS) certainly falls into this category, even though the counterpart, conventional film archive, has no protection against fire, for example. We have implemented a method for hierarchical storage with wavelet technology that maximizes on-site case storage (using lossy compression), retains bit-preserved image data for legal purposes, provides an off-site backup (lossless bit-preserving wavelet transform), and provides for disaster recovery. Recovery from a natural (earthquake and subsequent fire) or technical (system crash and data loss) disaster was simulated by attempting to restore from the off-site image and database backup to clean core PACS components. The only existing loaded software was the operating system. The database application was reloaded locally, and then the database contents and image store were loaded from the off-site component of the HSM system. The following measurements were analyzed: (1) the ability to recover all data; (2) the integrity of the recovered database and image data; (3) the time to recover the database relative to the number of studies and age of the archive, as well as bandwidth between the local and remote site; and (4) the time to recover image data relative to compression ratio, number of studies, number of images, and time depth of the archive. This HSM system, which maximizes on-site storage, maintains a legal record, and provides off-site backup, also facilitates disaster recovery for a PACS.  (+info)

"Permanent" records: experience with data migration in radiology information system and picture archiving and communication system replacement. (3/48)

In the replacement of both a radiology information system (RIS) and a picture archiving and communication system (PACS) archive, data were migrated from the prior system to the new system. We report on the process, the time and resources required, and the fidelity of data transfer. We find that for two PACS archives, both organized according to the Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) information model, data may be transferred with full fidelity, but the time required for transfer is significant. Transfer from off-line backup media was found to be faster than transfer from our robotic tape library. In contrast, the RIS replacement required extensive labor to translate prior data between dissimilar information models, and some data were inevitably lost in the translation. Standards for RIS information models are needed to promote the migration of data without loss of content.  (+info)

Effects of a large-scale deployment of soft-copy devices for picture archiving and communication systems viewing. (4/48)

A study was developed to investigate several aspects of deployment of stand-alone computers and a web-based server for displaying digital images. The costs associated with installation, upgrades, training, and maintenance of both systems were documented, as well as patterns of usage and preferences of physicians for the two types of systems. A clinical archive was created to store relevant images with a web-based front end. Users were classified according to their imaging requirements and were given access to images from either the diagnostic archive (full study sets) or the clinical archive. The range of functionality of the web-based system was significantly lower than that of the stand-alone system; however, the costs associated with the administration of the stand-alone systems were far higher than those associated with a web server. A clinical archive was created to store relevant images with a web-based front end. This study illustrates the different approaches to distribution of images to clinicians with the costs of administration of each system.  (+info)

Associative memory hamiltonians for structure prediction without homology: alpha-helical proteins. (5/48)

Energy landscape theory is used to obtain optimized energy functions for predicting protein structure, without using homology information. At short sequence separation the energy functions are associative memory Hamiltonians constructed from a database of folding patterns in nonhomologous proteins and at large separations they have the form of simple pair potentials. The lowest energy minima provide reasonably accurate tertiary structures even though no homologous proteins are included in the construction of the Hamiltonian. We also quantify the funnel-like nature of these energy functions by using free energy profiles obtained by the multiple histogram method.  (+info)

A simple mechanism for sharing and transporting medical digital case information across disparate computer language and data storage environments. (6/48)

It is challenging to remotely share generic medical case information without an agreed upon definition of a medical digital teaching file (DTF). By utilizing an application of the extensible markup language (XML) called web-distributed data exchange (WDDX) along with an agreed upon WDDX structure, it is technically easy to share or syndicate medical case DTFs across computing environments that use different information models and computer languages. Thus, this easily implemented technology offers us an immediately available means to share and increase the value of scientific knowledge.  (+info)

Management of the picture archiving and communications system archive at Texas Children's Hospital. (7/48)

As hospitals convert from conventional film-based imaging to picture archival and communications systems (PACS), methods for managing an enormous library of images must change considerably. While most hospitals are required to retain general, nonmammographic, radiologic images for 7 years beyond the examination date, our pediatric hospital must maintain images until the child's eighteenth birthday, plus the 5-year statute of limitations. Although the physical extent of an electronic archive is tiny compared with a film archive, a long-range strategy is required to ensure that electronic images acquired today can be retrieved and viewed 23 years in the future. Challenges to the long-term stability of the electronic archive include the limited and uncertain shelf life of high-density electronic storage media, the finite maintainability of the electromechanical systems for reading the media, the short product lifetime of software for accessing the images, rapid development of higher density storage products, and the exponential advancement of computer and networking technology that fuels product obsolescence. Since we cannot assure the function of our current archive in two decades, we are committed to a continual process of migration of old electronic image data to newer media and systems. As an early-adopter of PACS technology, Texas Children's Hospital's (TCH) archive management experience is relevant to others. Although not filled to capacity, our first digital archive, based on phase-change write-once-read-many (WORM) technology, was forced into an inactive status by software and hardware changes. Our second set of archives was partially filled with low-density magneto-optical disk (MOD) media, when the drives were upgraded to high density and then filled to capacity. This undesirable situation forced us into shelf management of media. Our third-generation archive is based on a helical tape library with the capacity to contain 7 years of examinations. We will describe the motivation for data migration, limitations in the methods available to perform the migration, and unanticipated benefits of the migration process.  (+info)

Integrating digital educational content created and stored within disparate software environments: an extensible markup language (XML) solution in real-world use. (8/48)

OBJECTIVE: To provide a standardized and scaleable mechanism for exchanging digital radiologic educational content between software systems that use disparate authoring, storage, and presentation technologies. MATERIALS/METHODS: Our institution uses two distinct software systems for creating educational content for radiology. Each system is used to create in-house educational content as well as commercial educational products. One system is an authoring and viewing application that facilitates the input and storage of hierarchical knowledge and associated imagery, and is capable of supporting a variety of entity relationships. This system is primarily used for the production and subsequent viewing of educational CD-ROMS. Another software system is primarily used for radiologic education on the world wide web. This system facilitates input and storage of interactive knowledge and associated imagery, delivering this content over the internet in a Socratic manner simulating in-person interaction with an expert. A subset of knowledge entities common to both systems was derived. An additional subset of knowledge entities that could be bidirectionally mapped via algorithmic transforms was also derived. An extensible markup language (XML) object model and associated lexicon were then created to represent these knowledge entities and their interactive behaviors. Forward-looking attention was exercised in the creation of the object model in order to facilitate straightforward future integration of other sources of educational content. XML generators and interpreters were written for both systems. RESULTS: Deriving the XML object model and lexicon was the most critical and time-consuming aspect of the project. The coding of the XML generators and interpreters required only a few hours for each environment. Subsequently, the transfer of hundreds of educational cases and thematic presentations between the systems can now be accomplished in a matter of minutes. The use of algorithmic transforms results in nearly 100% transfer of context as well as content, thus providing "presentation-ready" outcomes. CONCLUSION: The automation of knowledge exchange between dissimilar digital teaching environments magnifies the efforts of educators and enriches the learning experience for participants. XML is a powerful and useful mechanism for transfering educational content, as well as the context and interactive behaviors of such content, between disparate systems.  (+info)

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Methods and systems for allowing access to computer storage systems. Multiple requests from multiple applications can be received and processed efficiently to allow traffic from multiple customers to access the storage system concurrently.
The disclosed device is directed towards an optical data storage system. The optical data storage system comprises an optical medium including a servo plane and at least one data plane. A first laser is positioned to generate a servo laser beam and address the servo plane with a first servo focus spot. A second laser is positioned to generate a read-write laser beam and address the data plane with a second read-write focus spot. A first servo system is associated with the first laser and is configured to provide focus and tracking error correction according to servo information associated with the servo plane. A second servo system is associated with the second laser and is configured to provide focus and tracking error correction according to servo information associated with the data plane.
0025] The invention also provides a digital image storage system for medical or aesthetic applications. As illustrated in FIG. 1, the digital image storage system comprises a human body image acquisition unit 1, a data storage unit 2, and a display unit 3. The human body image acquisition unit 1 comprises a digital 3D image sensor 11 for full body scan, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound imaging, computed tomography (CT) scan, and intra and extra oral scan. The 3D digital image sensor 11 is controllable to scan the body of a person based on a predetermined reference point during the persons optimal lifetime, thereby obtaining a complete data of soft tissue, hard tissue and skin color of every part of the persons body and then to render the data into a digital 3D image data. This digital 3D image data is then stored in the data storage unit 2. Thus, when a patient having his(her) early body data stored in the data storage unit 2 is going to receive a medical or aesthetic surgery, ...
In this research, we study the effects of the parasitic fractional elements to the dynamic of the memristor where both flux- and charge-controlled memristors have been considered. For doing so, the fractional differential equation-based approach has been used for modeling the memristor and the memristor-based circuits under the effects of the parasitic fractional elements where the resulting equations have been solved both analytically and numerically. From the obtained solutions and simulations, the effects of the parasitic fractional elements to the dynamic of the memristor have been studied. We have found that the parasitic fractional elements cause the charge and flux decay of the memristor similarly to the conventional parasitic elements. Moreover, the impasse points of the phase portraits between flux and charge of the memristor-based circuits can also be broken by the parasitic fractional elements. The effects of the order and the nonlinearity of the parasitic fractional elements have also been
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Isilon Systems, a provider of clustered storage software, has released the Isilon IQ 12000 and EX 12000 products, delivering the production-ready storage system to scale to more than 1.6 Petabytes of capacity in a single file system and single volume, achieving scalability levels 100 times that of traditional SAN and NAS storage systems.
A chromatograph includes an inlet for receiving a sample and a pressurized hydrogen gas flow and in response providing a sample/fluid mixture; a separation column located in a temperature-controlled zone for receiving the sample/fluid mixture and for providing a column effluent stream; a detector for receiving the effluent stream and for providing a detector output stream; and a gas storage system for receiving the detector output stream (and optionally a split flow and a septum purge flow in the instance of a split/splitless inlet) and for storing the received gas stream for subsequent reuse. In the preferred embodiments of the gas storage system, a plurality of metal hydride storage (MHS) systems are used.
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At least a method and system of automatically expanding storage capacity in a data storage device are presented. In one method, the data storage device receives additional hard disk drives. Next, the data storage device receives an expansion option from a user by way of a user interface. The data storage device allocates one or more portions of one or more hard disk drives within the storage device, for use by one or more data pools, based on the expansion option. In one system for automatically expanding storage capacity in a data storage device, the system comprises a memory, one or more processors, and one or more software. One or more data pools are generated using one or more hard disk drives added to the data storage device.
Speed currently limited by laser addressing As an example of current work, consider the molecular optical memory research underway by Prof. Robert Birge and his group at Syracuse University. Using the purple membrane from the bacterium Halobacterium Halobium, theyve made a working optical bistable switch, fabricated in a monolayer by self-assembly, that reliably stores data with 10,000 molecules per bit. The molecule switches in 500 femtoseconds--thats 1/2000 of a nanosecond, and the actual speed of the memory is currently limited by how fast you can steer a laser beam to the correct spot on the memory. ...
Notes 1. Blaise Mouttet assisted in the formation of the patent class for nanotechnology used by the US Patent and Trademark Office. He maintains a blog devoted to reviewing newly issued U.S. patents in nanotechnology and is an inventor in 11 US patents related to memristive electronics applied to signal processing and adaptive control. He has given presentations related to memristive devices at the 1st Memristor and Memristive Systems Symposium held at UC Berkeley in 2008 and at the IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) held in Paris, France in 2010.. 2. Strukov et al., The missing memristor found, Nature 453, 80-83 (2008). 3. S Thakoor et al, Solid-state thin-film memsistor for electronic neural networks, Journal of Applied Physics, v67, n.6, 1990.. 4. L. O. Chua, Memristor - the missing circuit element, IEEE Trans. Circuit Theory 18, 507-519 (1971). 5. Read Mouttets Memsistors, Memristors, and Memresistors paper to get into the detail here.. 6. L. Chua, Resistance ...
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An optical data storage system comprises a multiple data surface medium and optical head. The medium comprises a plurality of substrates separated by a light transmissive medium. Data surfaces are located on the substrate surfaces which lie adjacent a light transmissive medium. The data surfaces are substantially light transmissive. The optical head includes an aberration compensator to allow the head to focus onto the different data surfaces and a filter to screen out unwanted reflected light.
0038] For example, a first in-cycle conflict resolution module 312 receives the plurality of data migration plans 310 and may identify two of the data migration plans 310 that are slated to access the same data. Then, a determination is made as to whether a first data migration plan has a higher priority than a second data migration plan according to the priority tree. In some cases, the priority tree prioritizes a data migration plan from a data placement optimizer because movement would provide improved system efficiency, or would improve overall storage performance, or comply with a customer application request or recover the system from an occurring overheating condition, and the like. In an embodiment, if the first data migration plan has a higher priority, then that plan is moved forward to another in-cycle conflict resolution module 312 and the second data migration plan is removed from the data placement arbitrator 306 or placed on hold. The first data migration plan is then submitted to ...
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One of the biggest threats to data security and the reliability of a companys dad backup is employee misuse. Even with the perfect NAS storage system, the right security software implemented to shield the disk to disk backup hardware, and highly knowledgeable staff, without rules and policies in place to direct their use, employees can cause serious damage. Losing sensitive customer data is already bad enough when it happens because of a deliberate security breach that undermines a companys brand and is expensive to fix. Its even worse when the integrity of data is compromised due to employee mistakes that could have been prevented with proper data governance policies.However important it is, designing firm, clear data policies can be difficult, especially for a young company that has just begun to expand enough to need explicit data management and use rules. The process should begin with identifying the specific goals and purposes for the polices. This will help direct you as you define ...
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The suggested solution specifically for storing five hundredweight sacks was a compact storage system with associated shuttle. The potential of a conventional compact warehouse, i.e. saving space by doing away with aisles, is expanded through the use of shuttle systems. The latter allows for a higher degree of filling, greater throughput, and better use of space.. The system was designed so that every channel can take exactly 13 pallets. Two channels above each other corresponds exactly to a lorry load. On top there is a basic truck (EFG 218) and a shuttle (under pallet carrier, UPC). The dairy co-operative decided on an under pallet carrier, as these are particularly effective with repeated pick-up and dispatch in the same pallet channel.. The UPC is put on the forks of the basic truck and used in the pallet channel during storage. The UPC independently moves beneath the pallet and takes on the goods to be transported without being physically connected to the basic truck. In this case the ...
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Source: Lavle, July 18, 2020. LAVLE announced that CleanDesign Power Systems Inc. (CleanDesign), has selected the LAVLE Proteus Lithium-Ion Battery Energy Storage System (Proteus ESS) for inclusion in its hybrid power management system for drilling rigs in the oil and gas industry.. CleanDesigns hybrid energy management and battery power system optimizes power generation on drilling rigs. The drilling rig setup consists of existing generators and the CleanDesign hybrid power upgrade. Together, the system reduces fuel consumption, lowers emissions, shortens genset runtime hours, and cuts power-related downtime on the drilling rig.. LAVLE offers an industry leading battery solution for safety. This includes cell level thermal isolation to prevent the risk of thermal runaway, a critical feature to mitigate the risk of battery fires. The technical teams at LAVLE and CleanDesign have also worked in great detail to tailor the battery performance to the power and energy requirements of drilling at ...
BURLINGTON, Wash. - July 18, 2020 - LAVLE today announced that CleanDesign Power Systems Inc. (CleanDesign), has selected the LAVLE Proteus Lithium-Ion Battery Energy Storage System (Proteus ESS) for inclusion in its hybrid power management system for drilling rigs in the oil and gas industry.. CleanDesigns hybrid energy management and battery power system optimizes power generation on drilling rigs. The drilling rig setup consists of existing generators and the CleanDesign hybrid power upgrade. Together, the system reduces fuel consumption, lowers emissions, shortens genset runtime hours, and cuts power-related downtime on the drilling rig.. LAVLE offers an industry leading battery solution for safety. This includes cell level thermal isolation to prevent the risk of thermal runaway, a critical feature to mitigate the risk of battery fires. The technical teams at LAVLE and CleanDesign have also worked in great detail to tailor the battery performance to the power and energy requirements of ...
Energy storage systems (ESSs) are becoming indispensable components in electric power systems. They are used for energy scheduling, power/voltage smoothing, load shifting, as well as for emergency power supply. The most common control method for power/voltage smoothing is based on a high-pass-filter (HPF) structure. It generates the power reference according to the fluctuating power and provides a stabilization effect. The power and energy supplied by ESS are majorly configured by the cut-off frequency and gain of the HPF. Considering the operational limits on ESS state-of-charge (SoC), this paper proposes an adaptive cut-off frequency design method to realize communication-less and autonomous operation of a system with multiple distributed ESS. The experimental results demonstrate that the SoCs of all ESS units are kept within safe margins, while the SoC level and power of the paralleled units converge to the final state, providing a natural plug-and-play function ...
Energy Storage Systems (ESS) initially focused on improving energy density by adapting the understanding of chemical flow to the electrodes from their experience with fuel cells. The company developed a high-power cell and a compact stack design based on vanadium chemistry. ESS then evaluated other chemistries to address the high cost of the vanadium-carrying electrolytes, which was a large fraction of overall system cost. Early academic literature on the iron flow battery (IFB) indicated a potential low-cost approach using abundant iron as the active material, but state-of-the-art power densities were low (50mW/cm2), so there was a clear opportunity to leverage ESSs high-power cell design in conjunction with the iron chemistry.. ESS adapted its cell and stack design to use iron chloride (FeCl2) electrolytes that cost less than 1/10 of the vanadium-carrying electrolytes. The resulting high-power cell design has demonstrated a four-fold power density increase over existing iron flow battery ...
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The team at HP Labs responsible for building the worlds first memristor in 2008 have discovered their creation has more capabilities than was previously thought. In addition to retaining a history of the information it has acquired making it useful for memory storage devices, the team has found it can perform logic, that could change the way computer systems are designed and enable faster more efficient computers.. The memristor (short for memory resistor) represents the fourth basic circuit element in electrical engineering, joining resistors, capacitors, and inductors. The discovery that it can perform logic opens up the possibility of computation one day being performed in chips where data is stored, rather than on a specialized central processing unit (CPU).. Memristors offer many advantages. They require less energy to operate, are faster, and can store at least twice as much data in the same area as present solid-state storage technologies such as Flash memory. They are also virtually ...
The present invention generally relates to energy storage devices, and to metal sulfide energy storage devices in particular. Some aspects of the invention relate to energy storage devices comprising at least one flowable electrode, wherein the flowable electrode comprises an electroactive metal sulfide material suspended and/or dissolved in a carrier fluid. In some embodiments, the flowable electrode further comprises a plurality of electronically conductive particles suspended and/or dissolved in the carrier fluid, wherein the electronically conductive particles form a percolating conductive network. An energy storage device comprising a flowable electrode comprising a metal sulfide electroactive material and a percolating conductive network may advantageously exhibit, upon reversible cycling, higher energy densities and specific capacities than conventional energy storage devices.
As a very fundamental principle in quantum physics, uncertainty principle has been studied intensively via various uncertainty inequalities. A natural and fundamental question is whether an equality exists for the uncertainty principle. Here we derive an entropic uncertainty equality relation for a bipartite system consisting of a quantum system and a coupled quantum memory, based on the information measure introduced by Brukner and Zeilinger (Phys. Rev. Lett. 83:3354, 1999). The equality indicates that the sum of measurement uncertainties over a complete set of mutually unbiased bases on a subsystem is equal to a total, fixed uncertainty determined by the initial bipartite state. For the special case where the system and the memory are the maximally entangled, all of the uncertainties related to each mutually unbiased base measurement are zero, which is substantially different from the uncertainty inequality relation. The results are meaningful for fundamental reasons and give rise to operational
Physicists demonstrate a four-fold quantum memory: Their work, described in the November 18 issue of the journal Nature, also demonstrated a quantum interface between the atomic memories-which represent something akin to a computer hard drive for entanglement-and four beams of light, thereby enabling the four-fold entanglement to be distributed by photons across quantum networks. The research represents an important achievement in quantum information science by extending the coherent control of entanglement from two to multiple (four) spatially separated physical systems of matter and light ...
A computer chip with nanoscale optical quantum memory has been developed that is analogous to a traditional memory chip in a computer. Artists
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Apparatuses for sharing information on syringe configuration between syringes and injector systems comprise a storage system to store encoded information on syringe configuration. The encoded information is readable by a detection circuit in an injector. In one embodiment, the storage system is an electronic storage system in which information relevant to the syringe configuration is encoded. A method comprises the step of conveying syringe configuration information to a detector in an injector for use with the syringe.
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Adrian Narvaez of Hawaii Hydrogen Carriers (HHC) observes a metal hydride storage tank, part of a project led by Sandia National Laboratories. (Photo by Dino Vournas) Click to enlarge. Sandia National Laboratories and Hawaii Hydrogen Carriers (HHC) are partnering to design a solid-state metal-hydride hydrogen storage system for forklifts; the...
This report documents a series of models for describing intended and unintended discharges from liquid hydrogen storage systems. Typically these systems store hydrogen in the saturated state at approximately five to ten atmospheres. Some of models discussed here are equilibrium-based models that make use of the NIST thermodynamic models to specify the states of multiphase hydrogen and air-hydrogen mixtures. Two types of discharges are considered: slow leaks where hydrogen enters the ambient at atmospheric pressure and fast leaks where the hydrogen flow is usually choked and expands into the ambient through an underexpanded jet. In order to avoid the complexities of supersonic flow, a single Mach disk model is proposed for fast leaks that are choked. The velocity and state of hydrogen downstream of the Mach disk leads to a more tractable subsonic boundary condition. However, the hydrogen temperature exiting all leaks (fast or slow, from saturated liquid or saturated vapor) is approximately 20.4 ...
Hydrogen refueling in a metal hydride based automotive hydrogen storage system is an exothermic reaction and hence an efficient heat exchanger is required to remove the heat for fast refueling. In this paper a helical coil heat exchanger embedded in a sodium alanate bed is modeled using COMSOL. Sodium alanate is present in the shell and the coolant flows through the helical tube. A three-dimensional COMSOL model is developed to simulate the exothermic chemical reactions and heat transfer. Due to memory limitations, only a few turns of the coil are included in the computational domain and periodic boundary conditions are applied at both ends. Practical difficulties encountered in modeling such three dimensional geometries in COMSOL as well as suitable approximations made to overcome such difficulties are discussed. A parametric study is conducted using COMSOL-Matlab interface. The distribution of temperature and hydrogen absorbed in the bed under various operating conditions is presented.. ...
Dynetek Industries Ltd. announced its new advanced fuel storage system which will increase the driving range of direct hydrogen fuel cell vehicles by over 30% compared to existing designs in the market place. Increased range is a key enabling factor to move the fuel cell vehicle industry towards successful commercialization, says Rene Rutz, VP Marketing & Business Development. Dyneteks new 350 bar (5000 psi) lightweight fuel storage system is the only system on a worldwide basis to receive certification in Germany under TUV and in North America under NGV-2 98. Dynetek develops, produces and markets lightweight fuel storage systems for storing compressed natural gas (CNG) for low emission CNG vehicles and compressed hydrogen for zero emission hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. The Dynetek advanced fuel storage system is designed with a seamless thin-wall aluminum liner with a full carbon fibre over wrap, and is marketed under the DyneCell(R) brand name.. ...
A team at the Loker Hydrocarbon Research Institute and Department of Chemistry, University of Southern California, has demonstrated a novel hydrogen storage system based on the release of hydrogen from catalytic dehydrogenative coupling of methanol and 1,2-diamine. The hydrogen-generating step of this process can be termed as
It combines resistance, capacitance, and whats called a Mott memristor all in the same device. Memristors are devices that hold a memory, in the form of resistance, of the current that has flowed through them. Mott memristors have an added ability in that they can also reflect a temperature-driven change in resistance. Materials in a Mott transition go between insulating and conducting according to their temperature. Its a property seen since the 1960s, but only recently explored in nanoscale devices.. The transition happens in a nanoscale sliver of niobium oxide in the memristor. Here when a DC voltage is applied, the NbO2 heats up slightly, causing it to transition from insulating to conducting. Once that switch happens, the charge built up in the capacitance pours through. Then the device cools just enough to trigger the transition back to insulating. The result is a spike of current that resembles a neurons action potential.. ...
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A storage device system includes an information processing device and at least first and second storage devices. The first and second storage devices are equipped with first and second storage volumes, respectively. The information processing device generates first data including a first instruction that is to be executed by the second storage device, and sends a write request to a first write request section to write the first data according to a first communications protocol in the first storage volume. When the first data written in the first storage volume is the command to be executed by the second storage device, the first storage device sends to a second write request section a write request to write the first data according to a second communications protocol in the second storage volume. The second storage device executes the first command set in the first data that is written in the second storage volume.
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a data storage device for improving the efficiency of a read operation by improving the efficiency of inter-channel error correction processing.SOLUTION: A data storage device includes: a channel controller; an error correction controller; and an additional correction module. The channel controller controls the writing and reading of data to each non-volatile memory of a plurality of channels. The error correction controller executes inter-channel error correction processing by using inter-channel error correction code data to a designated correction object in data to be read by the channel controller in a read operation. The additional correction module designates an additional correction object based on error detection by the channel controller, and notifies the error correction controller of the additional correction object during a correction reading operation of reading data necessary for the inter-channel error correction processing by the channel controller.
A storage system older than mankind?. So, yeah, take a look at this. I have, in my office, several copies of the works of Shakespeare, in different formats. Facsimile editions of early issues, the Riverside edition, some other things… one on CD-ROM, and (a gift from someone who knows me very well) a wonderful miniature Romeo and Juliet about the size of a matchbox. At my undergrad college, there was a set of Shakespeare in the general collection stacks of the library that was a limited edition printing, with gilt-edged pages and hand-printed illustrations-I wanted to steal it to keep it safe from people who wanted to… erm… steal it. (I didnt. I hope it is still there.). Whether you store your Shakespeare in paper form or in ones and zeroes on a flash device, hard drive, or CD-ROM, your choice of medium has a lifespan. It will decay. Electronic storage that continually checks for errors can be, in the long long long term, expensive. At least expensive enough that researchers are willing to ...
Le Pierrès, N. and Luo, L. (2009) A review on long-term sorption solar energy storage, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 13, pp. 2385-2396. 14. Hauer, A. (2007) Sorption theory for thermal energy storage. In: Paksoy. O. ) NATO Sciences Series, II. Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, Vol. 234: Thermal Energy Storage for Sustainable Energy Consumption: Fundamentals, Case Studies and Design, pp. 393-408. Dordrecht: Springer. 15. F. et al. (2013) Final report Annex 25: Surplus Heat Management using Advanced TES for CO2 Mitigation. 30]. 10. From the energy consumption of each cubicle, the CO 2 emissions to the atmosphere can be estimated. Considering the Spanish electricity production share, a CO2 emission rate of 238 g/kWh is determined. 9 presents the CO2 emissions and savings for each cubicle, considering a set point of 24°C during 90 days per year (cooling demand). 5 ATES in a supermarket This was the first ATES project in Turkey and in a Mediterranean climate. The gross area for the ...
People also askWhat is the storage tank for argon?What is the storage tank for argon?A typical liquid storage system used for argon, nitrogen, and oxygen. The storage vessels generally used for liquefied argon, nitrogen, and oxygen are 500-, 1,500-, 3,000-, 6,000-, 9,000-, and 11,000-gallon tanks. Liquid hydrogen storage vessels are nominally 1,500-, 4,500-, 9,000-, and 20,000-gallon tanks.Typical Bulk Liquid Storage Systems - Air Products and best price low temperature storage tank for liquid nitrogen. ...
A Grains Industry Guide Overview and introduction Grain storage systems come in a range of shapes and sizes to meet farm requirements and careful planning is needed to optimise an on-farm grain storage facility investment. According to the option selected, on-farm grain storage systems can provide a short-term or long-term storage facility. Depending on the […]. ...
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The need for clean and renewable fuel such as hydrogen is driven by a growing worldwide population and increasing air pollution from fossil fuels. One of the major barriers for the use of hydrogen in automotive industry is the storage of hydrogen. Physisorption is the most promising storage technique due to its high storage density, reversibility and rapid sorption kinetics besides being safe and volume-efficient. A major challenge for physisorption is the need to manage the heat of adsorption at cryogenic temperatures. In this thesis, a 6061 aluminum microchannel cooling plate is designed to remove the equivalent heat flux required by the adsorption of hydrogen within an adsorption bed. Therefore, the objective of this thesis is to determine whether laser welding and heat treating strategies can be developed for a 6061 aluminum microchannel cooling plate as part of a larger hydrogen storage thermal management system. Key manufacturing process requirements include controlling the hermeticity, ...
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The traditional UPS battery for a server room or datacentre uninterruptible power supply has been the lead acid type. The battery industry traditionally used glass-cased wet batteries with a liquid hydrochloric acid electrolyte. The battery electrolyte level was visible through the glass case and could be topped up if required.. One of the biggest innovations in lead-acid battery technologies occurred with the introduction of valve regulated lead acid (VRLA) batteries using a GEL electrolyte and plastic cases. The technology was rapidly adopted for standby power applications including uninterruptible power supplies, emergency lighting systems, security alarm panels and motors including generator starting circuits.. For UPS systems, the VRLA battery offer a low-cost source of DC power with a relatively low-tech battery charging circuitry need. VRLA UPS batteries are maintenance free and up to 90% of their components can be recycled including the plastic cases, lead plates and electrolyte ...
A rechargeable battery is only one of several types of rechargeable energy storage systems.[40] Several alternatives to rechargeable batteries exist or are under development. For uses such as portable radios, rechargeable batteries may be replaced by clockwork mechanisms which are wound up by hand, driving dynamos, although this system may be used to charge a battery rather than to operate the radio directly. Flashlights may be driven by a dynamo directly. For transportation, uninterruptible power supply systems and laboratories, flywheel energy storage systems store energy in a spinning rotor for conversion to electric power when needed; such systems may be used to provide large pulses of power that would otherwise be objectionable on a common electrical grid. Ultracapacitors-capacitors of extremely high value- are also used; an electric screwdriver which charges in 90 seconds and will drive about half as many screws as a device using a rechargeable battery was introduced in 2007,[41] and ...
Accurate evaluation of vehicles transient total power requirement helps achieving further improvements in vehicle fuel efficiency. When operated, the air-conditioning (A/C) system is the largest auxiliary load on a vehicle, therefore accurate evaluation of the load it places on the vehicles engine and/or energy storage system is especially important. Vehicle simulation models, such as Autonomie, have been used by OEMs to evaluate vehicles energy performance. However, the load from the A/C system on the engine or on the energy storage system has not always been modeled in sufficient detail. A transient A/C simulation tool incorporated into vehicle simulation models would also provide a tool for developing more efficient A/C systems through a thorough consideration of the transient A/C system performance. The dynamic system simulation software MATLAB/Simulink® is frequently used by vehicle controls engineers to develop new and more efficient vehicle energy system controls. A ...
PNA is a more basic version of the DNA used to build life from. This research shows it is possible to store information in PNA in the same way it is possible in DNA, and that is is possible to move from a PNA storage system to a DNA storage system. This means life could have formed with the simpler PNA structure then moved up to the more complex DNA system later. ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - CoS2 as a sulfur redox-active cathode material for high-capacity nonaqueous Zn batteries. AU - Zhang, Ruixian. AU - Pan, Chengsi. AU - Nuzzo, Ralph G.. AU - Gewirth, Andrew A.. PY - 2019/4/11. Y1 - 2019/4/11. N2 - Nonaqueous Zn-ion batteries are a promising candidate for a high-energy storage system to replace Li-ion batteries. Here, we report on CoS2 as a cathode material for Zn-ion batteries using nonaqueous electrolytes, one exhibiting a maximum capacity of 283 mAh/g. Compositional, valence state, and structural studies reveal Zn2+ de/intercalation mediated by reversible interconversions between 2S2- (sulfide) and S22- (disulfide) forms of sulfur, which is the first such known case operating in a multivalent system. Our findings suggest that anionic redox-active cathode materials offer considerable promise in realizing high capacities in multivalent batteries.. AB - Nonaqueous Zn-ion batteries are a promising candidate for a high-energy storage system to replace Li-ion ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Hierarchical and hybrid energy storage devices in data centers. T2 - Architecture, control and provisioning. AU - Sun, Mengshu. AU - Xue, Yuankun. AU - Bogdan, Paul. AU - Tang, Jian. AU - Wang, Yanzhi. AU - Lin, Xue. N1 - Publisher Copyright: © 2018 Sun et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.. PY - 2018/1. Y1 - 2018/1. N2 - Recently, a new approach has been introduced that leverages and over-provisions energy storage devices (ESDs) in data centers for performing power capping and facilitating capex/ opex reductions, without performance overhead. To fully realize the potential benefits of the hierarchical ESD structure, we propose a comprehensive design, control, and provisioning framework including (i) designing power delivery architecture supporting hierarchical ESD structure ...
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The Disaster Recovery Standard provides information for critical process and function owners and support personnel about what they should do to prepare for a disaster to ensure that RIT as a whole can restore and continue operations. This standard has a longer implementation timeline, but will require completion of some activities in the near term.. ...
The unexpected loss of a Teradata system could mean more than just lost revenues; business reputation, decreased customer retention, lost business intelligence, reduced employee morale, productivity issues, and legal entanglements are very real possibilities.. The default Teradata DR Option, ordering a replacement system when a disaster occurs, has a Recovery Time Objective (RTO) of 6-8 weeks for full data recovery and access. Teradata also offers a full range of disaster recovery solution, from low cost (RTO of Days) to high availability for planned and unplanned downtime (RTO of Hours). Whats the potential ROI and business impact if you lose critical data? Is that a risk youre willing to take?. ...
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A device which is installed between a storage media under investigation and an investigator's computer is called a "bridge Kit ... device shall not transmit a command to a protected storage device that modifies the data on the storage device. An HWB device ... Any error condition reported by the storage device to the HWB device shall be reported to the host. Forensic disk controllers ... The device is named forensic because its most common application is for use in investigations where a computer hard drive may ...
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Alone the Electronika 60 is a rack-mounted computer with no built-in display or storage devices. It was usually paired with a ... Hoad, Phil (June 2, 2014). "Tetris: how we made the addictive computer game". The Guardian. Article about Electronika-60 in ... The Electronika 60 (Russian: Электроника 60) is a computer made in the Soviet Union by Electronika in Voronezh. ... 15IE-00-013 terminal and I/O devices. The main logic unit is located on the M2 CPU board. M2 CPU Technical Characteristics: LSI ...
Recently, they have been of interest as potential random-access memory storage devices for all-optical computers. Semiconductor ... Devices are currently on the order of a 100 micrometres, but further miniaturization should be possible using existing silicon ... The directionality is maintained as long as the device remains powered. Other potential applications include "a digital ... response device that reshapes optical signals that have become distorted, effectively acting as a gate." and a device for ...
Computational Resource: computing devices to support production process, e.g. servers, computers, storage media, control ... Storage: automated storage and retrieval systems, logic controllers, location of warehouses, volume capacity and schedule/ ... Monitoring/Control Resource: devices used to identify and control other manufacturing resource, for instance, RFID (Radio- ... Unlike with computing and data storage, manufacturing involves physical equipment, monitors, materials and so on. In this kind ...
Typically, a computer is an initiator and a data storage device is a target. As in a client-server architecture, an initiator ... In computer data storage, a SCSI initiator is the endpoint that initiates a SCSI session, that is, sends a SCSI command. The ... In most of these protocols, an address (whether it is initiator or target) is roughly equivalent to physical device's port. ... Situations where a single physical port hosts multiple addresses, or where a single address is accessible from one device's ...
Android - a Linux-based operating system for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers by Google and the Open ... Backup and Sync - client software to synchronize files between the user's computer and Google Drive storage. Tilt Brush - ... Google Glass - wearable computer with an optical head-mounted display and camera that allows the wearer to interact with ... "Print from Chrome - Computer - Google Chrome Help". Retrieved December 31, 2020. "Info about the Google ...
It allowed connection of many servers and computer storage devices without using then very costly Fibre Channel switches. The ... bypassing the missing device entirely. This gives loops at least a measure of resiliency-failure of one device in a loop ... They provide bypass circuits that prevent the loop from breaking if one device fails or is removed. If a device is removed from ... It is a serial architecture that can be used as the transport layer in a SCSI network, with up to 127 devices. The loop may ...
The primary function of the device was to dump the computer's memory to external storage. Pressing a red button on the ... effectively taking control of the computer. The Multiface would then page in its own ROM, temporarily replacing the computer's ... Home computer software of the early 1980s was typically loaded into RAM in one go, with copy protection measures concentrating ... The Multiface ST and Multiface ST II were released for Atari's ST computers. They connected to the cartridge port with a wired ...
It was used in computers of the 1940s as a random-access digital storage device. In contrast to other CRTs in this article, the ... This limitation can be overcome by the use of a direct view storage cathode-ray tube (storage tube). A storage tube will ... The majority of storage tubes allow for a lower voltage to be applied to the storage mesh which slowly restores the initial ... These are found in analog phosphor storage oscilloscopes. These are distinct from digital storage oscilloscopes which rely on ...
"Computer History Museum. April 2, 2018. Retrieved July 28, 2019.. *^ a b Streetman, Ben (1992). Solid State Electronic Devices ... Floating-gate MOSFET (FGMOS), for non-volatile storage. *Power MOSFET, for power electronics *lateral diffused MOS (LDMOS) ... "1926 - Field Effect Semiconductor Device Concepts Patented". Computer History Museum. Archived from the original on March 22, ... Manufacturers of devices may have their proprietary numbering system, for example CK722. Since devices are second-sourced, a ...
Glenn states that they only need to copy the card using his special device, which can steal any electronic storage device's ... The team arrives in Los Angeles; and the members are given ankle GPS devices and meet teammate Roland Glenn, a computer expert ... Mahone gives a device to Christina for testing and enters the room Burrows is held. The device is revealed to be a bomb instead ... Mahone finds the house by the GPS devices; but they are already gone as Morgan spotted the devices in time. Morgan kills ...
... or who need to keep a communication device, powered wheelchair controls, or other attached device in the same relative position ... Usually, a smart wheelchair is controlled via a computer, has a suite of sensors and applies techniques in mobile robotics, but ... allowing the user to dismantle the chair quickly for storage in a car. A few wheelchairs attempt to combine the features of ... A knee scooter is a related device with some features of a wheelchair and some of walking aids. Unlike wheelchairs they are ...
It is estimated that the total amount of data that is stored on the world's storage devices could be further compressed with ... For the term in computer programming, see Source code.. In signal processing, data compression, source coding,[1] or bit-rate ... International Journal of Computer Science Issues. 9 (6, No. 3): 53-59. Retrieved 6 March 2013.. ... LZW is used in GIF images, programs such as PKZIP, and hardware devices such as modems.[8] LZ methods use a table-based ...
The standard storage mechanism in IBM Domino is a NoSQL document-database format, the "Notes Storage Facility" (.nsf). The .nsf ... For mobile-device synchronization, this previously included the client-side IBM Lotus Easysync Pro product (no longer in ... raising concerns that local replicas might expose too much confidential data on laptops or insecure home office computers, but ... A database is a Notes Storage Facility (.nsf) file, containing basic units of storage known as a "note". Every note has a ...
... where SATA drives were sold to the home computer and desktop and near-line storage market and were perceived to be less ... The most notorious cause of drive failure is a head crash, where the internal read-and-write head of the device, usually just ... Computer History Museum. 2000.. *^ Hruska, Joel (2 February 2016). "Seagate faces class-action lawsuit over 3TB hard drive ... Sony,[9] HP with their HP 3D DriveGuard[10] and Toshiba[11] have released similar technology in their notebook computers. ...
If the total number of storage cells in memory is n, then addresses are enumerated from 0 to n-1. Computer programs often use ... This feature can improve performance or simplify the logic of networking devices and software. The word bi-endian, when said of ... Computer memory consists of a sequence of storage cells. Each cell is identified in hardware and software by its memory address ... Most processors used in non CPU roles in typical computers (in storage units, peripherals etc.) also use one of these two basic ...
6.2 Euthanasia device. *6.3 Barbiturate testing kit. *6.4 Pentobarbital long-storage pill ... Computers, tablets, cameras, letters and books were seized.[56] Nitschke said police actions were unprecedented and probably in ... Euthanasia device[edit]. Main article: EXIT's Euthanasia Device. In December 2008 Nitschke released details of a euthanasia ... device. The CoGen device generates the deadly gas carbon monoxide, which is inhaled with a face mask.[77] ...
... optoelectronic devices, and magnetic and optical mass storage media. These materials form the basis of our modern computing ... Hence, semiconductors form the basis of the traditional computer. This field also includes new areas of research such as ... Semiconductor devices have replaced thermionic devices (vacuum tubes) in most applications. Semiconductor devices are ... Microscopes, cameras, metamaterial cloaking, cloaking devices Metal foam Research, commercialization Hulls Space colonies, ...
"Miles Shootback Device (MSD)". 2008. Retrieved November 30, 2008.. *^ a b c "Multiple Integrated Laser ... "Computer Gaming World. p. 42. Retrieved 1 November 2013.. *^ Richard H. Riley (2008). Chapter 38: Society for Simulation in ... class and storage. On average a medical schools CSSC can have around 27 rooms dedicated to training with simulations.[9] ... With the help of a UCSD School of Medicine student, Computer Gaming World reported that Surgeon (1986) for the Apple Macintosh ...
This finding suggests that musicians with AP do not need access to working memory devices for such tasks. These findings imply ... It was hypothesized that this handedness advantage is due to the fact that lefthanders have more duplication of storage in the ... a finding that is potentially relevant for building more ergonomic music-listing based brain-computer interfaces.[83] ... cerebellum may act as a pitch discrimination processor and the SMG may act as a short-term pitch information storage site. The ...
Brachman, Ronald J. (1983); What IS-A is and isn't: An analysis of taxonomic links in semantic networks, IEEE Computer, vol. 16 ... "Google Code Archive - Long-term storage for Google Code Project Hosting". Retrieved 2017-02-23.. ... Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 4130. pp. 292-297. CiteSeerX doi:10.1007/11814771_26. ISBN 978-3-540-37187-8 ... Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 4273. p. 682. doi:10.1007/11926078_49. ISBN 978-3-540-49029-6. .. ...
The locally active resistor and nonlinearity are combined in the device NR, which is called "Chua's diode". This device is not ... A computer-assisted proof of chaotic behavior (more precisely, of positive topological entropy) in Chua's circuit was published ... three or more energy-storage elements.. Chua's circuit is the simplest electronic circuit meeting these criteria.[3] As shown ... Z. Galias, "Positive topological entropy of Chua's circuit: a computer-assisted proof", Int. J. Bifurcations and Chaos, 7 (1997 ...
Lack of JavaScript and cookies - most devices do not support client-side scripting and storage of cookies (smartphones excluded ... A mobile broadband modem "tethers" the smartphone to one or more computers or other end-user devices to provide access to the ... Types of pages accessible - many sites that can be accessed on a desktop cannot on a mobile device. Many devices cannot access ... In addition to the limits of the device, some limits should be made known to users concerning the interference these devices ...
Computers EC-11, pp. 223-35 (1962). ― Manchester/Ferranti Atlas. *R. A. Nelson, "Mapping Devices and the M44 Data Processing ... DOS with virtual storage), OS/VS1 (OS/MFT with virtual storage), OS/VS2 (OS/MVT with virtual storage, which would grow into SVS ... L. Belady, "A study of replacement algorithms for virtual storage computers," IBM Systems Journal Vol. 5, No. 2 (1966), pp. 78- ... Before System/360, each computer model often had its own specific devices and programs that could not be used with other ...
A device used to measure humidity is called a psychrometer or hygrometer. A humidistat is a humidity-triggered switch, often ... which may result in spontaneous shutdown of computers when discharges occur. Apart from spurious erratic function, ... Electronic devices are often rated to operate only under specific humidity conditions (e.g., 5% to 45%). At the top end of the ... Some electronic devices can detect such a change and indicate, when plugged in and usually with a small droplet symbol, that ...
Introduced by IBM in 1956,[6] HDDs became the dominant secondary storage device for general-purpose computers by the early ... A hard disk drive (HDD), hard disk, hard drive or fixed disk[b] is a data storage device that uses magnetic storage to store ... computers of the late 1950s to most mass storage applications including computers and consumer applications such as storage of ... The hard disk drive was initially developed as data storage for the IBM 305 RAMAC computer system. [27], IBM announced HDDs in ...
When the first paper volume of Donald Knuth's The Art of Computer Programming was published in 1968,[4] it was typeset using ... It then produces a DVI file ("DeVice Independent") containing the final locations of all characters. This dvi file can be ... which were designed in an era when significant attention was paid to storage requirements. This resulted in some "hacks" ... Liang, Franklin Mark (August 1983), Word Hy-phen-a-tion by Com-put-er (PhD thesis), Department of Computer Science, Stanford ...
Left to its own devices, a profit-seeking natural monopoly will produce where marginal revenue equals marginal costs. ... most famous current example is the market dominance of the Microsoft office suite and operating system in personal computers.[ ... storage, and distribution. ... assistance in the form of a tariff or some other device. It is ...
Data storage *Computer files (Macintosh). *Devices. *IP addresses. *Memory *Virtual memory allocation ... Computer graphic imaging[edit]. Main article: 3D modeling. CGI and computer animation programs mostly use hierarchies for ... More recently, as computers have allowed the storage and navigation of ever larger data sets, various methods have been ... Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series. 602. Springer. pp. 424-427. doi:10.1007/BFb0024994. ISBN 3-540-55601-X. . ISSN 0302- ...
They are used in less demanding stationary storage application as peak shaving or additional storage for renewable-based ... Modules can also incorporate cooling mechanisms, temperature monitors, and other devices. In most cases, modules also allow for ... laptop computers, mobile phones, and power tools. The BEV and HEV marketplace has reaped the benefits of these advances both in ... The used battery packs will either be reused as stationary storage or recycled depending on the battery state of health (SOH).[ ...
Storage Class Behaviour (and constraints to) of a Parameter with the storage class ... such as operating systems and device drivers, as well as writing high performance code (i.e. using vector extensions, SIMD) ... Computer programming portal. *Ddoc. *D Language Foundation. References[edit]. *^ a b "D Change Log to Nov 7 2005". D ...
ISBN 978-0-13-611468-0. "Acorn Unix Econet Device Driver and Network Device" (PDF). Acorn Computers RISC iX Group. Retrieved 26 ... Acorn's Australian computer distributor, had released the BBC Microcomputer with floppy disc storage as part of a bundle. ... List of device bandwidths "Acorn Access+ User Guide" (PDF). Acorn Computers. 1994. Retrieved 26 November 2014. Hemminger, ... the main purpose of computer networking was to provide local area shared access to expensive hardware such disc storage and ...
The device can also be used to receive quantum information sent via twisted light, it is likely to be used in a new range of ... It is also used in a multitude of other industries, including medical, defense/government, for data storage, and industrial/ ... This type of communication can transmit voice, video, and telemetry through local area networks, computer networks, or across ... The device allowed for the transmission of sound on a beam of light. On June 3, 1880, Bell conducted the world's first wireless ...
In some laboratories, such as those commonly used by computer scientists, computers (sometimes supercomputers) are used for ... Inspections and audits like also be conducted on a regular basis to assess hazards due to chemical handling and storage, ... Engineers use laboratories as well to design, build, and test technological devices. ... while some of them involve the use of complex laboratory equipment from laboratory glassware to electrical devices, and others ...
Smaller loudspeakers are found in devices such as radios, televisions, portable audio players, computers, and electronic ... to minimize starting force requirements and energy storage issues; 3) be well damped, to reduce vibrations continuing after the ... A trend in design - due to increases in transportation costs and a desire for smaller, lighter devices (as in many home theater ... Limited-range drivers, also used alone, are typically found in computers, toys, and clock radios. These drivers are less ...
Temporary milk storage[edit]. Milk coming from the cow is transported to a nearby storage vessel by the airflow leaking around ... The entire process is computer controlled.[12] Supplementary accessories in sheds[edit]. Farmers soon realised that a milking ... The milker, or an automatic device, removes the milking machine cups and the cow backs out and leaves at an exit just before ... A computer can read the eartag of each animal to ration the correct individual supplement. A close alternative is to use 'out- ...
... longer-lasting rechargeable batteries for handheld mobile devices, electric cars and stationary energy storage".[70] More ... Types intended for special purposes, such as in a computer uninterruptible power supply, may be rated by manufacturers for ... For this reason, many electronic device manufacturers recommend removing the batteries from devices that will not be used for ... longer-lasting rechargeable batteries for handheld mobile devices, electric cars and stationary energy storage.. ...
digital computer, ph. అంక కలనయంత్రం; అంక గణన యంత్రం;. *digitalis, n. (1) తిలపుష్టి; the foxglove plant; (2) గుండె జబ్బుకి వాడే ... device, n. (1) తంత్రం; పన్నుగడ; (2) సాధనం; ఉపకరణం; కందువ; దీవసం; (3) జంత్రం; ... A dam is a high impervious barrier constructed across a river valley to form a deep storage reservoir; The surplus water is not ... 2) దయ్యం; (3) [comp.] ప్రచ్ఛన్నవిధి; నేపథ్యంలో, వినియోగదారుని ఆధిపత్యం లేకుండా, నడిచే క్రమణిక; A computer program that is not ...
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A method is also provided for protecting the data storage device wherein the walls of the enclosure are supersaturated with ... A water resistant pouch or coating surrounding the storage device prevents damage from flood, water, steam generated by the ... has two small ventilation openings which remain open during normal operation of the digital data storage device and during the ... latent heat of vaporization and extends the amount of time over which the enclosure is able to protect the storage device from ...
... cameras producing video streams of scenes observed by the network video cameras and content-aware computer networking devices ... In Device Discovery, any given switch can be connected to computers, sensors, other switches and storage devices. When a device ... Content-aware computer networking devices include local mass storage media for long-term storage of information. (3) Forward: ... Storage management system 306 may control storage of video data in data storage system 206 and in remote storage unit 116. ...
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  • This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing computer peripheral equipment (except storage devices and computer terminals). (
  • The computers accessories market comprises of computer storage devices, peripheral equipment, system design services, servers and processors. (
  • The enclosure has walls made of gypsum or concrete and, in one embodiment, has two small ventilation openings which remain open during normal operation of the digital data storage device and during the presence of fire. (
  • The present invention pertains to water and fire resistant enclosures for operable computer data storage devices. (
  • for instance specific purpose computer only numeric data or to completely control automated manufacturing process. (
  • What is the Classification of computer by type of data handled? (
  • We look at how to migrate your data from old to new devices, the importance of data backup AND how to make sure no one can steal your data off a discarded hard drive. (
  • Protect your data and access it from any device. (
  • The storage system, called "Moneta," uses phase-change memory (PCM), an emerging data storage technology that stores data in the crystal structure of a metal alloy called a chalcogenide. (
  • Although faster than hard disk, flash memory is still too slow to meet modern data storage and analysis demands, particularly in the area of high performance computing where the ability to sift through enormous volumes of data quickly is critical. (
  • As a society, we can gather all this data very, very quickly - much faster than we can analyze it with conventional, disk-based storage systems," said Steven Swanson, professor of Computer Science and Engineering and director of the Non-Volatile Systems Lab (NVSL). (
  • Phase-change memory-based solid state storage devices will allow us to sift through all of this data, make sense of it, and extract useful information much faster. (
  • A determination is made of a layout of sets of sequential data blocks of the storage. (
  • For each set of sequential data blocks, a determination is made of a block address in each storage unit where a first data block in the set of sequential data blocks will be written. (
  • The write command is transmitted with one block of initialization data to the storage unit. (
  • The storage unit receiving the write command writes the block of initialization data from the indicated block address and writes the block of initialization data to each subsequent consecutive block in the storage unit a number of times equal to the block number. (
  • indicating in the write command a code to cause the storage unit receiving the write command to write an error correction code to each block to which the initialization data is written. (
  • When data is classified as confidential data, appropriate access and security controls are applied in transmission and storage. (
  • Computer data storage is a technology consisting of computer components and recording media that are used to retain digital data . (
  • The central processing unit (CPU) of a computer is what manipulates data by performing computations. (
  • A modern digital computer represents data using the binary numeral system . (
  • A piece of information can be handled by any computer or device whose storage space is large enough to accommodate the binary representation of the piece of information , or simply data . (
  • By adding bits to each encoded unit, redundancy allows the computer to both detect errors in coded data and correct them based on mathematical algorithms. (
  • Data storage--Seagate's core business--makes billions of Internet pages, millions of transactions and entire new industries possible. (
  • Hard disk technology allows the storage of more data than a floppy disk, and does it at a faster rate. (
  • The ultrasound devices can communicate to a central station by way of a wireless data communication network. (
  • In Serial ATA, each storage device has a one-to-one connection with the host, and passes data one bit at a time. (
  • A motion video system and method for use with diagnostic imaging systems for combining the acquisition, display, and processing of digital video in real-time with physiological data indexing through the use of a mass storage device and digital motion video data compression/decompression, and for delivering video sequences of anatomy or graphical representations of physiological processes. (
  • The system comprises components or subsystems that operate to reduce the data content of the diagnostic video data using compression methods, assign physiological timing events, or physiological indexes, to pictures in sequence, create physiologically meaningful digital video loops, enhance visualization of the video data through spatial and temporal domain processing, as well as side-by-side real-time video displays, and archive compressed diagnostic video on a mass storage device. (
  • A portable storage device (PSD) is a small hard drive designed to hold any kind of digital data. (
  • 11. Computers To transfer (data) from a storage device into a computer's memory. (
  • I know flash drives are fairly sturdy-- once got good data off one that had gone through the washing machine-- but heat and cold, and especially heat/cold cycles, aren't good for any kind of device. (
  • Non-volatile memories, such as Flash, EEPROM, and PCM have become the most important and promising data storage technologies available today. (
  • This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing computer storage devices that allow the storage and retrieval of data from a phase change, magnetic, optical, or magnetic/optical media. (
  • Investigators confiscated computers, smartphones and other data storage devices. (
  • Compounding this issue is the expanding use of cloud storage and providers, and the proper collection of data from all these domains can become quite overwhelming. (
  • This in-depth digital acquisition and data handling course will provide first responders and investigators alike with the advanced skills necessary to properly respond to, identify, collect, and preserve data from a wide range of storage devices and repositories, ensuring that the integrity of the evidence is beyond reproach. (
  • Even within brands, there can be vastly different data storage. (
  • A system for configuring a process control system, e.g., a Fieldbus network, having intelligent field mounted devices coupled to a data communications bus. (
  • The computer is then coupled to the communications bus of the actual control system via an interface device and the configuration and link data are downloaded to the field mounted devices of the control system. (
  • Major computing disciplines include computer engineering , computer science , cybersecurity , data science , information systems , information technology and software engineering . (
  • Their data, published in Nature Neuroscience, indicates that "there are many more information output channels leaving the olfactory bulb [en route to the cortex] than the number of information types entering it," from sensory receptors in the nose. (
  • Backing up your data helps protect you from ransomware and computer failures. (
  • The GuardianEdge Data Protection Platform addresses the challenge of securing data wherever it resides, with centrally managed security on computers, mobile devices and portable storage. (
  • Data shadowing allows all information accessed by a specific port or device to be recorded. (
  • An optical disc storage format that can be used to store data and is compatible with a wide range of disc reading devices. (
  • A data storage device used for storing and retrieving digital information. (
  • Can be connected to any computer or storage system for data offloading. (
  • The modern electronic digital computer has become the indispensable tool of government, commerce and technology because of its enormous appetite for data and its near instantaneous processing speed. (
  • Entry level positions in the areas of systems analysis, systems programming, applications programming, data engineering, data communications and software engineering provide typical career opportunities for computer science graduates. (
  • This result provides fundamental information about atomic scale fabrication and could pave the way for new data storage and memory devices," said Andreas Heinrich, lead scientist in the scanning tunneling microscopy lab at the IBM Almaden Research Center. (
  • According to EMSI's most recent covered data (i.e., workers covered by unemployment insurance), the US has an estimated 900,000 computer software engineers. (
  • Honeywell's Dolphin CT60 mobile computer is designed for enterprises that require anywhere, anytime, real-time connectivity to business-critical applications and fast data capture capabilities in a rugged form factor built for maximum uptime and productivity out in the field or on the selling floor. (
  • Each is a powerful computer, with connections to a nearly infinite amount of data storage and processing in the cloud. (
  • In an embodiment, a device provides a resource manager operable to select a resource management policy likely to provide a substantially optimum execution of an instruction group by comparing an execution of the instruction group pursuant to a first resource. (
  • A method, computer program product, and system for generating and embedding a watermark in digital video frame include a processor obtaining a request to. (
  • A learning progress monitoring system has an executing device, a server, and a plurality of monitoring devices. (
  • A buffer is acquired from a buffer storage area when the system is started up. (
  • A method, system, and computer program product for identifying and reserving suitable replacement storage devices for use when a storage device underlying a logical volume fails or when the size of the volume is to be increased. (
  • Provided is a method, system, and program for initializing a storage device comprising multiple storage units through a storage controller. (
  • A patient monitoring system has one or more ultrasound devices that monitor patients. (
  • Now you're ready to actually turn on your computer and become familiar with the GUI (graphic user interface) that helps the internal system communicate with you and vice versa. (
  • Most of the time, turning on your computer is a simple process, but every system is different, so it's vital that you be familiar with your equipment. (
  • A peripheral is any device you have connected to your system. (
  • A system incorporating teachings of the present disclosure may include, for example, a personal computer having a storage device. (
  • In practice, the application may be capable of directing the personal computer to communicatively couple with a network based resource and to initiate presentation of a graphical user interface (GUI) at the user computer system. (
  • A software representation of the process control system to be configured is first designed on a computer. (
  • Using the system, a user selects representations of the various field mounted devices to be included in the actual control system. (
  • The computer can act as a bus master of the communications bus of the control system with the field mounted devices acting as slaves. (
  • The computer can also be disconnected from the control system communications bus and the control system will operate with one of the field mounted devices acting as the bus master. (
  • Computer systems design services employs 15% of the total system software workforce, or nearly 60,000 engineers. (
  • Custom computer programming services employs nearly 14% of the total system software workforce, or nearly 54,000 engineers. (
  • Electronic computer manufacturing employs 4% of the total system software workforce, which is nearly 16,000 engineers. (
  • With the exception of the central processing unit ( CPU ), most hardware within a computer has two numbers that can help to determine the speed of the system. (
  • If there is an insufficient amount of RAM in a system, then the computer will start to use the hard drive as a virtual RAM disk, which is accessed at a much slower rate. (
  • The research also includes developing system mechanisms for effectively integrating PM in the memory and storage hierarchy. (
  • Medical professionals can now view medical images using a mobile device or desktop computer without waiting for medical imaging films, accessing a specialized system or downloading cumbersome files. (
  • If not, what companies are manufacturing computers at such a prodigious rate? (
  • This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing and/or assembling electronic computers, such as mainframes, personal computers, workstations, laptops, and computer servers. (
  • This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing computer terminals. (
  • One of the IT industry's most pressing challenges is to find designs and manufacturing methods that will allow the industry to continue making these devices smaller and smaller. (
  • Miniaturizing these devices to the ultimate limit - the scale of just a few atoms - requires radically new designs and manufacturing methods. (
  • According to the research report " Computer Hardware Market Global Report 2017 ", global computer hardware Industry faces many threats as well as opportunities such as growing demand for computer hardware products in the emerging markets, rapid growth of computer hardware manufacturing units due to cost benefits and finally, sustaining volume demand with lower units selling prices that affects revenue. (
  • The success factors involved in the global computer hardware manufacturing industry are economies of scale, effective cost controls and having links with suppliers. (
  • The external factors involved are global GDP and global aggregate private investment in the computer hardware manufacturing industry. (
  • The industry that employs the highest percentage of these workers is computer storage device manufacturing . (
  • Personal computers (PCs), mainframes, supercomputers, servers and special-use computers are designed for specific uses by various downstream industries. (
  • A standard desktop computer comprises of hardware components such as a power supply, motherboard, and hard disk along with external hardware devices such as monitors, keyboards, and mouse which are connected. (
  • Storage systems have evolved over the last 40 years to cater to disks, and disks are very, very slow," said Swanson. (
  • Designing storage systems that can fully leverage technologies like PCM requires rethinking almost every aspect of how a computer system's software manages and accesses storage. (
  • Moneta gives us a window into the future of what computer storage systems are going to look like, and gives us the opportunity now to rethink how we design computer systems in response. (
  • Systems often turn on all peripherals automatically once the computer itself is turned on. (
  • Whether for use in industrial equipment, such as ATMs, POS systems, and medical equipment, or for enterprise applications, such as entry-level servers and storage systems, there is a need for HDDs that deliver exceptional reliability and meet a variety of needs, such as for 24-hour continuous operation and high-frequency access, as well as for lower heat generation and reduced energy consumption. (
  • Pace-setting device technologies, highly reliable computing and communications products, and a worldwide corps of systems and services experts uniquely position Fujitsu to deliver comprehensive solutions that create infinite possibilities for its customers' success. (
  • The Center for Design-Enabled Nanofabrication (C-DEN), with cross-disciplinary expertise in lithography, resists, etch, integration and computer-aided design, will investigate challenges in design, patterning and fabrication of integrated systems at the 5nm node and beyond. (
  • The goal of CoDES2 is to creatively apply coding tools to increase performance and reliability of modern storage systems. (
  • However, increasing the capacity of modern storage systems presents us with new problems. (
  • The Center brings together an interdisciplinary group of researchers from diverse disciplines - including computer science, electrical engineering, economics, and mathematics - with diverse interests spanning microeconomics, machine learning, multi-agent systems, artificial intelligence, optimization, and physical and social networks, all sharing a common passion: developing rigorous theoretical foundations to shape the design of future generations of networks and systems for interaction. (
  • However, neither hard disk nor removable storage encryption functioned well on our Vista test systems. (
  • Hardware components in a computer are fixed parts that make up a personal computer, on which software and operating systems are installed. (
  • All aspects of computer systems have seen rapid advances in recent years and are still evolving. (
  • The systems and architecture group encompasses the structure, organization, implementation, and performance evaluation of the different building blocks of computer and network systems. (
  • Persistent memory/storage systems. (
  • Although healthcare professionals have invested in ways to expedite access to medical images and reduce waste associated with paper reports and film, today's imaging requires specialized systems or computers that can accommodate large file downloads. (
  • Merge Healthcare's Cedara WebAccess technology furthers this initiative by eliminating the need for specialized systems and additional computer storage capacity. (
  • DE2-115 Control Panel - access various peripherals on the FPGA board from a host computer. (
  • Peripherals are not considered part of a computer and are subject to the applicable tax notwithstanding that they may be sold with the computer as a package. (
  • Peripherals - These components are attached to the computer in some way to increase the capabilities of your computer but are not a part of the core architecture of your computer. (
  • We recommend one of three methods for shipping your computers and peripherals if you don't have, or prefer not to use, the original manufacturer's packaging. (
  • Global Electronic Equipment Market Research, Computer Peripherals. (
  • Globally the computer hardware market covers CPU, peripherals, storage and applied in the fields of telecom, IT services, software products, computer hardware. (
  • Motherboard is the main hardware component inside a computer which is a large rectangular board that interconnects the central processing unit (CPU), random access memory, disk drives, and any other peripherals. (
  • Operators in computer hardware industry manufacture a variety of computer hardware products and peripherals. (
  • The development of new technologies in both DNA synthesis and sequencing make DNA an increasingly feasible digital storage medium. (
  • This is acceptable for devices such as desk calculators , digital signal processors , and other specialized devices. (
  • This lesson is part of the Digital Literacy curriculum and is taken from the Northstar Digital Literacy standards for Basic Computer Knowledge. (
  • Computer storage Mass Storage Digital Class (MSDC) Busch, David D. (2009-07-30). (
  • Computers can be analog, digital, or hybrid. (
  • Reads linear and 2D barcodes, captures digital images, and enables electronic signature capture - so your workers can do more with a single device. (
  • Numerous hands-on labs throughout the course will give first responders, investigators, and digital forensics teams practical experience needed when performing digital acquisition from hard drives, memory sticks, cellular phones, network storage areas, and everything in between. (
  • Digital products are delivered to a client computer through a wide area network such as the Internet only upon determination that the client computer is located in a geopolitical territory, such as a country or state, for which delivery of the digital product is authorized. (
  • means for permitting access to the digital product by the client computer conditioned upon the particular geographical territory being one of the allowed territories. (
  • The resultant transisors store electrical energy for about 150,000 seconds-around two hours-and thus can act as a digital storage medium much like a NAND flash cell. (
  • A "computer" is an electronic device that accepts information in digital or similar form and manipulates it for a result based on a sequence of instructions. (
  • The digital, electronic equipment includes personal computers (PCs) laptops and tablets. (
  • These developments in the computer hardware market will surely benefit from broad global economic growth and encourages the market acceptance of digital information. (
  • Can temperature affect a storage device? (
  • Designed with low-temperature batteries and specialized heated screens, the Tecton CS mobile device moves from the freezer to the dock and back again condensation-free - even in the hot summer months. (
  • Device operating temperature range is 0°С to 40°С, so don't expose the Device to excessively high or low temperatures. (
  • A budget information device may include a memory and a processor cooperating with the memory for importing and storing different financial databases into the. (
  • A technique to read a stored state in a magnetoresistive random access memory (MRAM) device, such as a giant magneto-resistance (GMR) MRAM device or a tunneling magneto-resistance (TMR) device uses a bit line in an MRAM device that is segmented into a first portion and a second portion. (
  • A University of California, San Diego faculty-student team is about to demonstrate a first-of-its kind, phase-change memory solid state storage device that provides performance thousands of times faster than a conventional hard drive and up to seven times faster than current state-of-the-art solid-state drives (SSDs). (
  • Swanson hopes to build the second generation of the Moneta storage device in the next six to nine months and says the technology could be ready for market in just a few years as the underlying phase-change memory technology improves. (
  • Even the first computer designs, Charles Babbage 's Analytical Engine and Percy Ludgate 's Analytical Machine, clearly distinguished between processing and memory (Babbage stored numbers as rotations of gears, while Ludgate stored numbers as displacements of rods in shuttles). (
  • Without a significant amount of memory, a computer would merely be able to perform fixed operations and immediately output the result. (
  • When travelling, a portable storage device may be a useful alternative to backing up or purging memory cards if a computer is unavailable for downloading. (
  • Many PSDs will connect directly to a camera and copy the images, or they may provide a slot for a memory card to plug in, with or without a card reader device. (
  • These include energy sources, memory, sensors, passives, electromechanical and medical devices - all need to be integrated into this new application space. (
  • The manufacture of computers includes the assembly or integration of processors, coprocessors, memory, storage, and input/output devices into a user-programmable final product. (
  • SMASH memory consists of plug-and-play software to reduce energy consumption in low-power devices with embedded flash memory by upwards of 50 percent, according to the release. (
  • But a more viable role for the 'tubes is as a computer memory storage device. (
  • Introduction to Computer Science (Course should include hardware, software, networks, and memory-storage devices. (
  • When a computer initially starts, certain programs and drivers are loaded into memory. (
  • F Chen studies the impact of emerging persistent memory/storage technologies (e.g. (
  • Reduces total cost of ownership by providing your organization with a turnkey remote device management solution that easily manages and tracks usage of installed devices. (
  • An implantable cardiac device, e.g., a pacemaker, defibrillator, cardioverter or biventricular pacing device, that can sense cardiac electrical signals and accurately classify the sensed events. (
  • Implantable medical device telemetry is provided between an implantable medical device and an external communication device. (
  • The implantable medical device includes a device transmitter and/or a device receiver. (
  • The external communication device includes a moveable communication head including an antenna therein connected to at least one of an external transmitter and/or an external receiver for communication with the device transmitter and/or the device receiver of the implantable medical device. (
  • A user moves the moveable head apparatus relative to the implantable medical device. (
  • The device was developed in the Computer Science and Engineering department at the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering and will be on exhibit June 7-8 at DAC 2011, the world's leading technical conference and trade show on electronic design automation, with the support of several industry partners, including Micron Technology, BEEcube and Xilinx. (
  • In addition to Swanson, the Moneta team includes Computer Science and Engineering Professor and Chair Rajesh Gupta, who is also associate director of UC San Diego's California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology. (
  • Student team members from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering include Ameen Akel, Adrian Caulfield, Todor Mollov, Arup De, and Joel Coburn. (
  • The NIST switch, described in an open-access paper in Science Advances , provides a missing link for neuromorphic (brain-like) computers, according to the researchers. (
  • 3. About the Author Bradley Merrill Thompson Bradley Merrill Thompson is a shareholder in the law firm of Epstein Becker & Green, P.C. There he counsels medical device and other life science companies on a wide range of FDA regulatory, reimbursement and clinical trial issues. (
  • This Teacher's Resource CD-ROM goes alongside the Cambridge IGCSE® Computer Science Coursebook and provides support for teachers teaching the Cambridge IGCSE® and O-Level Computer Science syllabuses (0478 and 2210). (
  • Individual lesson notes integrated with Cambridge IGCSE Computer Science assist teachers with lesson planning. (
  • Part 1: Theory of Computer Science: 1. (
  • Without this knowledge several of the fundamental principles of computer science are simply off the radar and never taken into consideration. (
  • I have a Master's degree in computer science and no legal expertise beyond what I acquired reading Groklaw. (
  • Kevin Fu, Department of Computer Science department, for "SMASH for Smarter Storage in Low-Power Devices. (
  • The Raspberry Pi , a modern single-board computer developed for promotion of teaching basic computer science & engineering in schools and in developing countries. (
  • Computer Science is the discipline of designing methods for solving problems by means of such computers. (
  • The curriculum is designed to provide preparation for professional careers in the areas of software design and applied computer science, as well as to give the necessary theoretical background for graduate study in the field and to allow a flexible response to a dynamic and growing profession. (
  • The required courses give students a firm foundation in the basic areas of computer science and related areas of mathematics, and a wide choice of electives allow them to tailor their program to their specific interests. (
  • The baccalaureate program (Bachelor of Science in Computer Science) is accredited by the Computer Science Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202-4012, (410) 347-7700. (
  • Recommendation by Computer Science faculty. (
  • Students who achieve Honors in Computer Science will have the information recorded on their transcripts and diplomas. (
  • Students entering the computer science program should have completed high school mathematics through trigonometry. (
  • Remediation is available but will delay the student's progress towards a Computer Science Degree. (
  • Job opportunities for computer science graduates continue to be excellent because of the continued long-term growth of the computer industry. (
  • Set operational specifications, formulate and analyze software requirements, and apply principles and techniques of computer science, engineering, and mathematical analysis. (
  • Seagate Technology, Inc. has been the world's leading independent manufacturer of rigid magnetic disks and disk drives for computers since the 1980s. (
  • In the 1990s the company expanded into software and presently is the leading provider of technology and products that enable computers to store, access, and manage information, including disk drives, magnetic disks and heads, tape drives, and software. (
  • Analog computers are capable of simulating mathematical models and contain at least analog, control, and programming elements. (
  • Computation theory provides the mathematical foundations that make it possible to build computers and write programs. (
  • He also serves on the editorial boards for Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry (1993-present), Food & Drug Law Journal (2007 - present) and BNA's Medical Device Law & Industry Report (2007-present) Mr. Thompson also serves as Co-Chair of the Food & Drug Law Committee of the Administrative Law Section of the American Bar Association, and as Chair of the Medical Device Committee of FDLI. (
  • At the firm, Mr. Thompson leads the Medical Device Regulatory Practice, the Clinical Trials Practice and the Connected Health Practice, and serves on the firm's Health & Life Sciences Steering Committee. (
  • For trade associations, Mr. Thompson has served as counsel to AdvaMed for payment issues, as General Counsel to the Combination Products Coalition, and for 17 years as General Counsel and Secretary for the Indiana Medical Device Manufacturers Council. (
  • Mr. Thompson has written extensively on the topics of medical device regulation, including a book entitled FDA's Regulation of Medical Devices (Interpharm Press, 1995). (
  • Honors: Mr. Thompson was included in 100 Notable People in the Medical Device Industry (Medical Device & Diagnostics Industry, June 2004), has earned an AV rating in Martindale Hubble (its highest rating), has been named a "SuperLawyer" in Indiana, has been elected as a Fellow in the American Bar Foundation and is listed in Chambers USA: A Guide to America's Leading Business Lawyers. (
  • To remain competitive, medical device manufactures and services providers must react quickly with new products. (
  • What is NUFNET as a classification of computer network? (
  • A server computer estimates the geopolitical location of the client computer from the client computer's network address through contact information in a network address allocation database. (
  • The device control component's audit feature let us quickly discover specific items on our network. (
  • We set up filters to identify machines with wireless adapters on the entire network, by network segment or by individual computers, then created an inventory spreadsheet. (
  • A user interface consists of the graphical components you use to view and interact with your computer. (
  • Packaging designed for computer housings without internal components is usually designed for the weight of the empty housing. (
  • Highly homogeneous components are used in mass market computers that are simple to use by the consumers' and can be assembled without assistance. (
  • The second number is the speed at which the hardware operates, which can cause other components inside a computer to become slower if it is too low. (
  • Overall computer speed ultimately is largely determined by how well all the software and hardware components operate together. (
  • At the center of a computer is the CPU, which is the main processor that performs most of the operations within a computer or delegates tasks to other components. (
  • If these components are not assembled so they have complementary speeds, then the overall computer speed will be slower than expected. (
  • Find out more about what your cold storage team can accomplish with Tecton CS mobile computers and Honeywell workflow solutions. (
  • An HP spokesman said in a statement that his company had computer servers and software in "eight of 10 of the world's most trafficked sites, four out of five of the world's largest search engines, the three most popular social media properties in the U.S." He said nothing about PCs. (
  • [ clarification needed ] These concepts include one-to-one correspondence (the basis of counting), comparison to a standard (used for measurement), and the 3-4-5 right triangle (a device for assuring a right angle ). (
  • This fundamental measurement provides important information for designing future atomic-scale devices: computer chips, miniaturized storage devices, and more. (
  • The leading companies in the computer hardware market are Dell, Lenovo, Apple Inc., HP, Fujitsu Ltd and others. (
  • We recommend using a computer with at least a 486 Pentium processor and at least 128MB RAM. (
  • The instructions may direct a processor of the player to maintain an updateable user interface that includes a menu of selectable icons and to modify the updateable user interface in connection with receiving an audio file from the personal computer. (
  • This simulation environment allows programming an actual embedded processor, while some or all of the electrical and mechanical devices controlled by the embedded processor, such as power switches or motors, are simulated or monitored on the PC. (
  • The global diabetes care devices market, one of the segments of healthcare services industry. (
  • Worldwide demand for storage doubles every 9 months, creating a storage market opportunity that is estimated to reach approximately $100 billion by 2002. (
  • Therefore, the market was open for an independent company like Seagate to manufacture hard drives and sell them directly to computer manufacturers. (
  • The factors affecting the growth of the global computer hardware market are global population, GDP, computer hardware indicators comparison, internet penetration, households with access to home computers, average internet speed (Mbps). (
  • It was observed that there is an upward trend in the computer hardware market. (
  • With the latest product innovations in computer hardware market and growing demand for information technology in global emerging markets will surely fuel the revenue growth. (
  • Emergence of Internet of Things (IoT) is the next big trend in the computers market and has the ability to create an impact across the hardware business. (
  • With the effect of the oscillations in the global GDP there may be a steady growth in the computer hardware market with the growing needs of the consumer. (
  • Sophisticated innovation and technology will surely lead to the improvement in the growth of the computer hardware market in the coming years. (
  • U.S. v. International Business Machines Corp. and Storage Technology Corp. (
  • Seagate Technology Inc. is founded to make hard-disk drives for computers. (
  • Fits your needs for a handheld or vehicle-mount device, with a 55 or 32 key backlit keypad, ToughTalk technology, plus advanced audio circuitry and noise-canceling features. (
  • Also, it's now clear that just as you wouldn't go into litigation without a lawyer, if you are wise, because that is their area of expertise, lawyers also shouldn't assume they understand software and patents and how they relate unless they get help from technology experts who know how software and computers, and the underlying math, really work. (
  • And they're confident the technology can be optimized further by increasing the storage time, which is currently very short. (
  • Global rise in consumers spending limit and consumers awareness of computer technology irrespective of age and gender has increased the demand for computer hardware products in the emerging markets. (
  • The Tecton™ CS Mobile Computer is light enough for scan-intensive picking, yet tough enough for work in extremely cold environments - as low as -22°F (-30°C). This device features internal heaters and screen defrosters. (
  • Is your mobile computer up to the challenge of working in frigid conditions - as low as -22°F (-30°C)? (
  • The Tecton CS rugged mobile computer is ready to go. (
  • The Tecton CS mobile computer provides enhanced performance without sacrificing any of its field-proven features. (
  • And the Tecton CS mobile computer never needs a desiccant pack or heated boot battery change out - maximizing your productivity all year round. (
  • You can also customize the Tecton CS mobile computer to fit your users and processes, with complete backward compatibility with our MX7CS accessory portfolio. (
  • Connected Health Practice: In EBG's Connected Health Practice, Mr. Thompson focuses on the federal regulatory requirements-FDA, reimbursement, privacy and others-that impact remote monitoring, mobile health, HIT and device interoperability. (
  • The increasing demand for tablet devices and mobile phones has discouraged the demand for traditional PCs worldwide. (
  • Built on a unified, dynamic hardware and software platform, the Dolphin CT60 is the first device to launch in a series of devices that enable customers to accelerate the provisioning, certification, and deployment of mobile solutions across the enterprise, simplify overall lifecycle management, and extend product lifecycle. (
  • We are seeing a new business ecosystem with all sorts of mobile and cloud-connected devices. (
  • 1. A single unit in a device for changing radiant energy to electrical energy or for controlling current flow in a circuit. (
  • Seagate's first client was IBM in 1980, just as the latter was about to introduce its personal computers, which would set the standard for the industry. (
  • New generation complete computers account for the majority of industry revenue. (
  • This makes major impacts on diverse demanding applications of computers spanning from micro-scale engineering applications to large-scale scientific applications in industry and academic communities. (
  • Remarkably fast, a multibillion-dollar industry is moving away from personal computers made mostly with Microsoft Windows software and Intel semiconductor chips. (
  • [11] However, early junction transistors were relatively bulky devices that were difficult to manufacture on a mass-production basis, which limited them to a number of specialised applications. (
  • What is the classification of computer according to its capacity? (
  • Usable storage capacity may be lower than stated figures. (
  • Actual usable storage capacity will vary depending on details of the user's environment and formatting. (
  • Newer units are expandable using 2.5" laptop hard drives, allowing for an unlimited storage capacity, which is useful for video and images. (
  • Increasing the capacity and robustness of these devices is a critical need. (
  • 3. Computers, including tablet computers and netbooks, with a sales price of three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500) or less per item. (
  • And, on Wednesday, Google introduced its newest cloud-connected phone and tablet, as well as a media player called Nexus Q. The player works with the devices, the Internet and the Google cloud. (
  • These records are maintained ensure only authorized personnel have of the Board of Scientific Counselors electronically on computer storage access. (
  • An eReader with enhanced computing functions, such as internet access, e-mail, and the ability to download and run applications, is a computer for purposes of the sales tax holiday period. (
  • Granular device, port and access control leverages Active Directory. (
  • The device further determines a correlation between the template and test signals, and classifies the sense events based on the correlation. (
  • If you use personal medical Devices (e.g. a pace- maker or hearing aid) please contact your doctor or the man- ufacturer to learn whether or not such medical devices are protected against external RF signals. (
  • Errors generally occur in low probabilities due to random bit value flipping, or "physical bit fatigue", loss of the physical bit in storage of its ability to maintain a distinguishable value (0 or 1), or due to errors in inter or intra-computer communication. (
  • a large percentage of computer and communication equipment are manufactured in China. (
  • a mass storage device in communication with said computer, said computer being programmed for storing said compressed indexed video signal to said mass storage device. (
  • The external communication device includes a moveable communication head including an antenna. (
  • Multiple players such as device vendors, communication service providers, software vendors and IT service providers are a combination of the complex ecosystem in IoT. (
  • It was Conner who approached Shugart with the idea of installing hard disks in personal computers. (
  • No, a personal computer is an example of a general-purpose computer. (
  • The company pioneered the downsizing of mainframe hard disk drives, making them affordable for personal computers. (
  • Seagate was his second startup after having founded Shugart Associates, the company that made floppy disk drives a standard feature on personal computers. (
  • Unlike larger mainframe computers, personal computers were originally built with only a floppy disk drive and without hard drives. (
  • They in turn would incorporate the drives into their personal computers as add-on features. (
  • This section assumes you're working with a personal computer. (
  • The personal computer may have a software application saved on the storage device. (
  • Power now centers on controlling millions of computers tied together in the cloud, with a complementary marketplace where people can find, sell and manage applications. (
  • Merge Healthcare's solutions solve mission-critical issues for radiology practices, outpatient imaging centers, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies and device manufacturers worldwide. (
  • The Device receives and transmits radio frequencies and may interfere with radio communications and other electronic equipment. (
  • And when they look to storage, they look to Seagate--the world's largest and most technologically rich independent storage company. (
  • Based on my professional knowledge I can say that in some precedent-setting cases the legal understanding of computers and software is not technologically correct. (
  • Pack accessories such as power cords, keyboards and external drives separately, away from the computer or peripheral. (
  • Seldom is the case today that does not include a cellular device. (
  • Embodiments include a device and a method. (
  • Second, USB sticks can be "infected" by computer viruses , so they provide an oft-used avenue to get viruses into secure locations. (
  • RoyalSpyder - It's true that computer viruses can affect computer speed. (
  • Can computer viruses affect the speed of a computer? (
  • Domain-specific computing uses customizable architectures and high-level computer languages tailored to particular application domains. (
  • The well-known trend in computer hardware - the exponentially increasing number of ever-shrinking transistors that can be placed on an integrated circuit - is commonly known as Moore's Law. (
  • Unlike conventional hard disk drives, solid state storage drives have no moving parts. (
  • SurvCost requires up to 2 megabytes of storage space on the computer's hard drive. (
  • Then I would keep copies on at least two different hard drives, your computer and an external drive is fine, or get a RAID storage device. (
  • Examples of products made by these establishments are CD-ROM drives, floppy disk drives, hard disk drives, and tape storage and backup units. (
  • If you find it hard to fall asleep after using your computer, this is why . (
  • It offers hard disk and removable storage encryption, device control, advanced authentication and smartphone protection. (
  • The hard drive is a peripheral, but it plays a central role in how the computer functions, so we talk about it separately. (
  • A computer's hard drive, the physical storage device, can affect computer speed. (
  • To ensure ad- equate protection of the screen, we recommend storing the Device in a protective and/or hard cover. (
  • What I get from the paper is that there isn't really a difference between what a human does with a paper and pencil and what a computer does, except speed, and that neither method of computation should be patentable subject matter. (
  • Filmless radiology is a method of digitizing traditional films into electronic files that can be viewed and saved on a computer. (
  • The aim of the CDSC is to focus on the development of high-performance, energy-efficient, customizable computing that can revolutionize the way computers are used in health care and other important applications. (
  • By connecting Glass to your computer via the USB cable, you can import all or select files to your computer through applications like Image Capture or iPhoto. (