Chapter 5
Synthesis of di-, tri- and tetravalent
vanadium complexes
5.1 Introduction
Since the initial reports of the use of Cp-amido ligands on the group 3
metal scandium,1 most research has focused on the use of this type of ligand in
catalytic olefin p
-1-
LANTHANIDES & ACTINIDES NOTES
General Background
Mnemonics
Lanthanides
Lanthanide
La
Chemistry
Ce
Presents
Pr
No
Nd
Problems
Pm
Since
Sm
Everyone
Eu
Goes
Gd
To
Tb
Doctor
Dy
Heyes'
Ho
Excruciatingly
Er
Thorough
Tm
Yearly
Yb
Lectures
Lu
Actinides
Althou
Chapter 2
Motion Along A Straight Line
Goals for Chapter 2
To study motion along a straight line
To define and differentiate average and instantaneous linear
velocity
To define and differentiate average and instantaneous linear
acceleration
To explore
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
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Questions Chapter 14
14.2. If an object on a horizontal, frictionless surface is attached to a spring, displaced, and
then released, it
Chapter 1 Units,
Physical Quantities, and
vectors
Goals for Chapter 1
To prepare presentation of physical quantities using
accepted standards for units
To understand how to list and calculate data with the
correct number of significant figures
To manipula
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Chapter 17: Exercises
17.5
You put a bottle of soft drink in a refrigerator and leave it until its temperature has
dropped 10.0 K. What is
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
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Questions Chapter 11: Exercises
11.1
A 0.120-kg, 50.0-cm-long uniform bar has a small 0.055-kg mass glued to its left
end and a small 0.
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Questions Chapter 8: Exercises
8.12 A bat strikes a 0.145-kg baseball. Just before impact, the ball is traveling
horizontally to the rig
SM30803
ADVANCED MATHEMATHICS 2
SEMESTER 2
SESSION 2014/2015
TITLE:
ASSIGNMENT 2
PREPARED FOR:
MISS KHADIZAH GHAZALI
PREPARED BY:
1.
NO.
NAME
DANNY NGO LUNG YAO
1
JOEL VANCE VALANTINE
2
KONG SUIK FERN
3
POON SIEW LYE
4
WONG XIAN LIN
5
Show that the follow
Dix , Alan
Finlay, Janet
Abowd, Gregory
Beale, Russell
screen design and layout
basic principles
grouping, structure, order
alignment
use of white space
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
basic principles
ask
what is the user doing?
think
what information,
Info Vis:
Multi-Dimensional Data
Chris North
cs3724: HCI
Multi-dimensional Data Table
Attributes (aka: dimensions, fields, variables, columns, )
Data Values
Data Types:
Quantitative
Ordinal
Categorical/Nominal
Items
(aka:
data points,
records,
tuples,
row
CHAPTER 7: DESIGN
RULES
Designing for maximum usability
Designing for Maximum
Usability
How to determine
the usability
consequence of the
designer decision?
Principles
Standards
Guidelines
Golden rules
Authority & Generality
principles
standards
abstra
State Machine
Documenting machine behaviour using State Transition Diagram
State Machine
A state machine is a behavior which specifies
the sequence of states an object visits during
its lifetime in response to events, together
with its responses to those
Project (30%)
INSTRUCTIONS
1. This is a team assignment for a maximum of 3 students in a group.
2. Plagiarism will be penalized. Do not share proposal or code with your
friends.
3. Deadline is to be adhered to strictly. Any delay will result in deduction
Bootstrap
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Acknowledgement: Some of these notes are based on course notes,
Computer Intensive Methods I, Lancaster University.
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Start
Image Fetching
NO
Image is loaded
Yes
Image Thresholding
NO
Image is
thresholded
Image Segmentation
NO
Image is
segmented
Median cut Algorithm
(Light estimation )
No
Light
successfully
estimated
Yes
Augmented Reality
Rendering
No
Quite
Yes
End
7.0 MATHEMATICS WITHOUT INFINITY
The
symbol is just a notation and not an actual object
i.
ii.
Let assume that the size of the set R of real numbers is infinite, it means that
the set R is not finite and it does not contain exactly an integer number of
Mathematics is one kind of science. We cannot do a single moment without
mathematics. It has made our life easy and comfortable. In official and personal
life become paralyzed without mathematics.
Mathematics is one of the most important field in science.
Chapter 3: Partial Derivative
Partial Derivative
The process of differentiating a function of
several variables with respect to one of its
variables while keeping the other variable(s)
fixed is called partial differentiation.
Formal Definition
For z = f(x
7.0
MATHEMATICS WITHOUT INFINITY
is merely notation, and not
Let first state that in most of mainstream mathematics, the symbol
an actual object.
1. For instance, when we say that the size of the set R of real numbers is infinite, we simply
mean that it
CHAPTER 6 :
Extrema of Function of Several
Variables
FSSA/HS08-HS09/SESSION 14-15/SM20303
OUTLINE
6.1 Local Extrema
Minimum extrema
Maximum extrema
Min, Max and Saddle point
6.2 Absolute Extrema
2
In this chapter
We are going to extend one of the
most im
Write a program that reads a list of names and telephone numbers from a
text file and inserts them into a BST tree. Once the tree has been built,
present the user with a menu that allows him on her to search the list for
specified name, insert a new name,
Chapter 4: Chain rule, implicit differentiation,
directional derivatives & gradient vector
What is a chain rule?
-The chain rule is a formula for computing the
derivative of the composition of two or more
variables.
The chain rule for functions of single
TODAYS QUOTE
"The computers do what you tell them to do, not
what you want them to do. "
(Alexander Atanasov)
CHAPTER 4 DECISIONS
2
4.1 PART 1 ASCII
3
ASCII VALUES
Standard characters available
http:/www.asciitable.com/
4
ASCII VALUES
5
EXTENDED ASCII VA
Point of Sale System in a Restaurant
Introduction
Point of sale (POS) systems also known as Point of Purchase systems which is refer to the
location of a transaction (checkout). These systems include cash registers, handheld devices,
and special terminals
CAR RENTAL SYSTEM
1. Introduction
Car Rental System is a newly developed systems specializes in car rental services to
customers. It is an online system through which customers can view available cars, register,
view profile to customers. The advancement
Homework Assignment 3
15-415 Database Applications
Carnegie Mellon University
March 3, 2003
Due: March 12, 2003 (Noon)
1. Introduction
In this assignment, you will write SQL queries that answer questions about a database
containing information about playe