Chapter 2: EntityRelationship Model

Chapter 2 Network Models pptx

Chapter 2 Network Models pptx
... Figure 2. 11 Reliable process-to-process delivery of a message 2. 20 Figure 2. 12 Session layer 2. 21 Note The session layer is responsible for dialog control and synchronization 2. 22 Figure 2. 13 Presentation ... Encapsulation 2. 4 Note ISO is the organization OSI is the model 2. 5 Figure 2. 2 Seven layers of the OSI model 2. 6 Figure 2. 3 The interaction between layers in the OSI model 2. 7 Figure 2. 4 An exchange ... Port Addresses Specific Addresses 2. 30 Figure 2. 17 Addresses in TCP/IP 2. 31 Figure 2. 18 Relationship of layers and addresses in TCP/IP 2. 32 Example 2. 1 In Figure 2. 19 a node with physical address...
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Chapter 2 OSI MODEL pdf

Chapter 2 OSI MODEL pdf
... the reference model and associated standards OSI Model OSI Reference Model The OSI model is now considered the primary Architectural model for inter-computer communications The OSI model describes ... into smaller functions is known as layering more manageable OSI Model OSI Reference Model: Layers OSI Model OSI: A Layered Network Model The process of breaking up the functions or tasks of networking ... the message as it travels up the corresponding layers TCP/IP Model TCP/IP MODEL TCP/IP Model OSI & TCP/IP Models TCP/IP Model TCP/IP Model Application Layer Application programs using the network...
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WETLAND AND WATER RESOURCE MODELING AND ASSESSMENT: A Watershed Perspective - Chapter 2 doc

WETLAND AND WATER RESOURCE MODELING AND ASSESSMENT: A Watershed Perspective - Chapter 2 doc
... Wetland and Water Resource Modeling and Assessment Water Built-up Urban Welland Mud Beach Forest Grassland Bare Land Farmland Developing Urban Area (a) (b) FIGURE 2. 4 The overall comparison between ... (b) bare land and developing urban area, and (c) built-up area and muddy beach Figure 2. 2 illustrates the special overlap between the built-up area and the muddy beach To improve the classification ... (muddy-ser = T and sc = u and (rod-ser = T or ral-ser = T or urb-ser = T) and wat-ser = T) finalc = m; If (muddy-ser = T and sc = u and (rod-ser = T or ral-ser = T or urb-ser = T) and wat-ser...
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Financial Modeling with Crystal Ball and Excel Chapter 2 ppsx

Financial Modeling with Crystal Ball and Excel Chapter 2 ppsx
... 18 FINANCIAL MODELING WITH CRYSTAL BALL AND EXCEL FIGURE 2. 5 Frequency distributions depicting negative (Skewness = 2) , positive ( +2) , and near-zero (0. 02) skewness at top left, top right, and ... for Crystal Ball to generate extreme observations 20 FINANCIAL MODELING WITH CRYSTAL BALL AND EXCEL √ FIGURE 2. 7 Plot of 100/ n for n in the interval [100, 10000] This plot shows how the standard ... Chosen Decision Variables window by clicking >> (Figure 2. 11), then click Next > 22 FINANCIAL MODELING WITH CRYSTAL BALL AND EXCEL FIGURE 2. 9 Dialog window showing settings to specify nine different...
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Quantitative Models in Marketing Research Chapter 2 ppsx

Quantitative Models in Marketing Research Chapter 2 ppsx
... 3,000 Heinz No of observations 2, 500 2, 000 1,500 1,000 500 Hunts Figure 2. 4 Histogram of the choice between Heinz and Hunts tomato ketchup 18 Quantitative models in marketing research 2. 2.3 An ... binomial variable in the previous subsection In a sense, the resultant quantitative models to be discussed in chapter also quite naturally extend those in chapter Examples in the marketing research ... variable Sometimes in marketing research one obtains measurements on a multinomial and discrete variable where the sequence of categories is fixed 20 Quantitative models in marketing research An example...
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Multimedia Environmental Models - Chapter 2 docx

Multimedia Environmental Models - Chapter 2 docx
... d(contents)/dt – 2. 78C – 10C = d(106 C)/dt or dC/ (2 12. 78C) = 10–6 dt or ln (2 12. 78C)/(– 12. 78) = 10–6 t + IC When t is zero, C is zero, thus, IC = –ln (2) / 12. 78 and ln[ (2 12. 78C) /2] = – 12. 78 ¥ 10–6 ... horizontally in the cross-flow or down-flow directions 2. 3 .2 Steady- and Unsteady-State Conditions If conditions change relatively slowly with time, there is an incentive to assume “steady-state” behavior, ... thus, IC = –ln (2) / 12. 78 and ln[ (2 12. 78C) /2] = – 12. 78 ¥ 10–6 t or (2 12. 78 C) = exp(– 12. 78 ¥ 10–6 t) or C = (2/ 12. 78)[1 – exp(– 12. 78 ¥ 10–6 t)] Note that when t is zero, exp(0) is unity and C...
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Modeling Hydrologic Change: Statistical Methods - Chapter 2 ppsx

Modeling Hydrologic Change: Statistical Methods - Chapter 2 ppsx
... 27 .81, 27 .93, 27 .99, 24 .28 , 24 .49, 27 .16, 25 .95, 26 . 72, 28 .13, 29 .30, 27 . 92, 26 .98, 24 .60, 24 .22 , 23 .34, 24 .98, 21 .95, 22 .60, 19.37, 20 .10, 20 .28 , 17.90, 17 .28 , 17.04, 17.45, 22 .28 , 23 .49, 23 .40, 21 .28 , ... {25 .45, 24 .57, 24 .95, 23 .57, 24 .49, 24 .99, 24 .87, 27 .34, 27 .57, 29 .57, 29 .40, 30.69, 29 .84, 29 .25 , 28 .13, 25 .83, 27 .95, 25 .14, 24 .93, 25 .19, 27 .07, 26 .16, 26 .78, 29 .57, 27 . 52, 27 .61, 28 .23 , 27 .81, ... 10.89 12. 11 15.45 20 .00 24 .55 27 .89 29 .11 27 .89 24 .55 20 .00 — — — 26 .46 27 .46 26 .46 23 .73 20 .00 16 .27 13.54 12. 54 13.54 16 .27 20 .00 23 .73 26 .46 27 .46 26 .46 23 .73 — — — — — 25 .33 24 . 62 22. 67 20 .00...
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COASTAL AQUIFER MANAGEMENT: monitoring, modeling, and case studies - Chapter 2 docx

COASTAL AQUIFER MANAGEMENT: monitoring, modeling, and case studies - Chapter 2 docx
... Level -2 0 -4 0 -6 0 -8 0 -1 00 -1 20 Jan-00 Jan-95 Jan-90 Jan-85 Jan-80 Jan-75 Jan-70 Jan-65 Jan-60 Jan-55 Jan-50 Jan-45 Jan-40 Jan-35 Jan-30 -1 40 Date Figure 3: Hydrograph of water well 2S/13W-10A1 ... (miles) 20 00 /20 01 Injection (af) 20 00 /20 01 Injection Water Costs Approximate Maintenance Costs West Coast 1953 153 27 6 20 , 826 $10,300,000 Dominguez Gap 1969 4.3 94 23 2 0. 5 -2 .8 3, 923 $2, 000,000 ... Central Basin, which © 20 04 by CRC Press LLC Coastal Aquifer Management 32 Figure 2: Geologic formations and aquifers, central and west coast basin infiltrate locally derived and captured stormwater...
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Digital Terrain Modeling: Principles and Methodology - Chapter 2 pot

Digital Terrain Modeling: Principles and Methodology - Chapter 2 pot
... chicken -and- egg situation at the stage © 20 05 by CRC Press DITM: “tf17 32_ c0 02 20 04/10 /22 — 16:36 — page 16 — #4 TERRAIN DESCRIPTORS AND SAMPLING STRATEGIES 2. 2.4 17 Covariance and Auto-Correlation ... convex and concave points Peak Course line Ridge lines Figure 2. 6 Terrain feature points and lines © 20 05 by CRC Press DITM: “tf17 32_ c0 02 20 04/10 /22 — 16:36 — page 23 — #11 24 DIGITAL TERRAIN MODELING: ... 1-D or 2- D patterns If sampling is conducted with a regular pattern © 20 05 by CRC Press DITM: “tf17 32_ c0 02 20 04/10 /22 — 16:36 — page 22 — #10 TERRAIN DESCRIPTORS AND SAMPLING STRATEGIES 23 ...
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Modeling phosphorus in the environment - Chapter 2 ppsx

Modeling phosphorus in the environment - Chapter 2 ppsx
... rate NI NI Modeling Phosphorus in the Environment Model Modeling Runoff and Erosion in Phosphorus Models 59 determine in ltration using the Green-Ampt or other in ltration equation and then to subtract ... average flow during the period Expressing Equation 2. 25 for a finite time interval yields I1 + I O + O2 ∆t − ∆t = S2 − S1 2 (2. 26) where the subscripts and refer to the beginning and end of the time ... 22 Modeling Phosphorus in the Environment 2. 1 INTRODUCTION Runoff and erosion are the overland processes that transport phosphorus The processes and equations describing the processes...
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Environmental Modelling with GIs and Remote Sensing - Chapter 2 pps

Environmental Modelling with GIs and Remote Sensing - Chapter 2 pps
... cases Figure 2. 2h: The decision tree rules generated from the data distribution in Figure 2. 2a Copyright 20 02 Andrew Skidmore Environmental Modelling with CIS and Remote Sensing 2. 3.3 Discussion ... Figure 2. 5), and given a target value of, for example, 0.90 Clearly, the neural network is trained using induction (see 2. 3 .2) Copyright 20 02 Andrew Skidmore Environmental Modelling with GIS and Remote ... between 0.6 and 1.5 Other examples of Copyright 20 02 Andrew Skidmore 16 Environmental Modellins with CIS and Remote Sensing empirical models where thresholds are used include CART (see 2. 3 .2) and BIOCLIM...
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Concepts, Techniques, and Models of Computer Programming - Chapter 2 pptx

Concepts, Techniques, and Models of Computer Programming - Chapter 2 pptx
... binds tighter If the associativity of - is left, then the tree ( 2- 3 )-4 is chosen If the associativity of - is right, then the other tree 2- ( 3-4 ) is chosen Precedence and associativity are enough to ... operator, like 2- 3 -4 In this case, precedence is not enough to disambiguate because all operators have the same precedence We have to choose between the trees ( 2- 3 )-4 and 2- ( 3-4 ) Associativity ... Copyright c 20 0 1-3 by P Van Roy and S Haridi All rights reserved 2. 1 Defining practical programming languages Context-free grammar (e.g., with EBNF) - Is easy to read and understand - Defines a...
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chapter 2 types of e-business models and markets

chapter 2 types of e-business models and markets
... Security and Privacy In the aftermath of the tragic events of September 11, 20 01, individuals, companies, and governments have all focused attention on the issues of safety and security Much of that ... IBM Systems Journal, © Copyright 20 02 IBM Corporation, IBM Corporation, 1133 Westchester Avenue, White Plains, New York 10604, United States (20 02) : pp 27 2 -28 6 [2] Ferguson, Renee Boucher, “E-Sourcing ... systems and suppliers to use different protocols Simple B2B Connectivity Using Punchout Now, let’s focus on two of the B2B connectivity problems previously mentioned, and illustrated in Figure 2. 2...
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