CURSO: IMPACTO
SISTEMA
DE
AMBIENTAL
GESTION
AMBIENTAL
NORMA ISO 1400
Dr. RAMIRO SALAS ZEBALLOS
Beneficios de contar con un SGA
El tener un SGA puede ayudar a una
organizacin a proporcionar confianza a sus
partes interesadas de que:
Existe un compromiso de
BA 360 Operations Management Practice Problems
Chapter 3: Project Management
Problem #3-1:
Rozales Manufacturing Co. is planning to install a new, flexible manufacturing system. The
activities that must be performed, their immediate predecessors, and esti
BA 360 Operations Management Practice Problems
Chapter 4: Forecasting
Problem #4-1:
Forecasts and actual sales of portable CD players at Just Say Music are as follows:
Month
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
a.
b.
c.
d.
Forecast
ACCTG 334
Basic Accounting Information
Here are some things that I want you to think about before the first exam. Some of this may be
old news, but I need to make sure! If ANY of this does not make sense, please ask.
1. Companies usually close their books
BA 360.7 Introduction to Operations & Supply Chain Management
Spring 2017 Syllabus
San Diego State University
Fowler College of Business Administration
Department of Management Information Systems
Instructor / Graduate Assistant Information
Professor: Chr
ACCTG 334: INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II
SPRING 2017 SECTION 3, SCHEDULE #: 20074
Investors, issuers, and the markets all depend on the work you do and the judgments you make, and how well you
do both (You) have a vital stake in ensuring that our capital mar
Spring, 2017
Office Hours: T and Th: 12:30-1:30
or by appointment
Lois Bitner Olson SSE 3105
858-945-4750
[email protected]
It is the marketing function within an organization, profit or non-profit, which is responsible
for identifying and serving con
Man in the Arena
"It is not the critic who counts: not the man who points out how the strong man
stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done better. The credit belongs to
the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat
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MIS 301
Test 1
VERSION XX
Directions
1) Do NOT open your test until you are instructed to do so.
2) Read ALL instructions carefully.
3) WRITE the test version on your scantron where it says TEST
NO.
4) You may write any
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
SE 206 - SPRING 2016
DEPT. OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
INSTRUCTOR: JOEL CONTE
HOMEWORK 3
(due Monday, May 2, 2016)
Problem 1
Consider a random variable X with probability density function
f X x xe xU x
where U denotes th
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
SE 206 - SPRING 2016
DEPT. OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
INSTRUCTOR: JOEL CONTE
HOMEWORK 4
(due Friday, May 13, 2016)
Problem 1
A large parabolic antenna is designed against wind load. During a wind storm, the maximum windi
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
SE 206 - SPRING 2016
DEPT. OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
INSTRUCTOR: JOEL CONTE
HOMEWORK 6
(due Monday, June 6, 2016)
Problem 1
Let the random process Z t denote the ground acceleration during an earthquake. One possible mo
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
SE 206 - SPRING 2016
DEPT. OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
INSTRUCTOR: JOEL CONTE
HOMEWORK 5
(due Tuesday, May 23, 2016)
Problem 1
From the given autocorrelation functions (a) to (d) of a stationary random process X ( t ) , d
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
SE 206 - SPRING 2016
DEPT. OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
INSTRUCTOR: JOEL CONTE
HOMEWORK 1
(due Thursday, April 14, 2016)
Problem 1
Consider four random events A, B, C, and D. The following probability information is availa
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
SE 206 - SPRING 2016
DEPT. OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
INSTRUCTOR: JOEL CONTE
HOMEWORK 2
(due Friday, April 22, 2016)
Problem 1
The mean value, coefficient-of-variation and skewness coefficient of a random variable X are
Nonlinear equations: Newton-Raphson
1
Introduction
Our topic here is solving for the roots of nonlinear equations, i.e. for the values of a single
variable, x, that renders the nonlinear function f (x) = 0; later we will deal with simultaneous
nonlinear e
Nonlinear Ordinary differential Equations
1
Preface
These notes are concerned with establishing some basic procedures for integrating nonlinear
ordinary differential equations. In particular, we are interested in what are known as initial
value problems w
SE 102:
1
Notes on Gauss Point Integration in 1D
Introduction & Background
Our goal is to integrate a function f (x) between the limits [a, b], i.e. to evaluate
Z b
Z
ba 1
I=
f (x) dx I =
g(t) dt.
2
a
1
(1)
The way this happens is to make a change in vari
Numerical integration using polynomial interpolation
1
Introduction
Our goal is to evaluate integrals of the form
Z b
I=
f (x) dx,
(1)
a
where we have only the ability of evaluating the function f (x) for given values of its argument.
x. The idea is to in
SE 102:
1
Notes on Simultaneous Non-Linear Equations
Introduction & Background
Consider first a single, scalar nonlinear equation, f (x) = 0; let be a root so that f () = 0.
Also let xn be the nth guess at . To calculate xn+1 compute f (xn+1 ) using a Tay
Waves in Infinite Strings
1
Introduction
Consider a taut string under continuous tensile force T as shown in Fig. 1;
gravitational forces will be ignored as they are assumed to be small compared
to the other forces involved. Given the coordinate system sh
Nonlinear equations: Newton-Raphson
1
Introduction
Our topic here is solving for the roots of nonlinear equations, i.e. for the values of a single
variable, x, that renders the nonlinear function f (x) = 0; later we will deal with simultaneous
nonlinear e
Mathematical Preliminaries: Part I
Consider a vector, u,1 referenced to a base system consisting of unit orthonormal vectors. Let these vectors be i, j, k and let them be aligned along the
coordinate axes, x, y, and z, as shown in Fig. 1.
y, x2
v
e2 j
u
e
SE 102:
1
The Inverse of a Non-singular Lower Triangular Matrix
Introduction & Background
Here we develop an algorithm for computing the inverse of a non-singular lower triangular
matrix, L; call the inverse to L, L1 . The elements of L will be `ij and of
Polynomial Roots: Real and Distinct Roots
1
Preface and logic
Evaluating large polynomials can be quite computationally expensive and so an efficient
scheme for evaluating them and their derivatives is, in itself, quite useful. Moreover, if one
is solving