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    Addition Of Vectors

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    I. Introduction A vector is an arrow whose length represents the magnitude of a quantity and whose direction represents the direction of the quantity. Vectors are useful in combining velocities that are not parallel. The sum of two or more component vectors is called a resultant. When the vectors are not at right angles to each other, the resultant is found by constructing a parallelogram. The parallelogram is constructed with the two vectors as sides. The resultant of the parallelogram is its diagonal

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    Vector Matrix

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    Appendix A Vectors and Matrices This appendix provides a refresher in vector and matrix algebra to support the main body of the book. Introductions to vectors and matrices are followed by descriptions of special matrix types, matrix inversion, and vector and matrix calculus. A.1 Introduction to Vectors A vector is a single-dimensional array of single-valued parameters, known as scalars.Here scalars are represented as italic and vectors as bold lower case. The scalarcomponents of a vector are denoted

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    Addition of Vectors

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    Introduction: Addition of vectors: Let [vecOA] = [veca] and [vecAB] = [vecb] The [vecOB] represents the addition of [veca] and [vecb] We mention that [vecOB] = [vecOA] + [vecAB] [vecOB] = [vecOA] + [vecAB] = [veca] + [vecb] Subtraction of vectors: If [veca] and [vecb] are two vectors, then the subtraction of [vecb] from [veca] is defined as the vector sum of [veca] and − [vecb] and is denoted by [veca] − [vecb] . [veca] − [vecb] = [veca] + ( − [vecb)] Properties

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    Computer Viruses: Infection Vectors, and Feasibility of Complete Protection A computer virus is a program which, after being loaded into a computer's memory, copies itself with the purpose of spreading to other computers. Most people, from the corporate level power programmer down to the computer hobbyist, have had either personal experience with a virus or know someone who has. And the rate of infection is rising monthly. This has caused a wide spread interest in viruses and what can be done to

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    Introduction: I have decided to compare Raster (bitmap) and Vector graphics & their uses in modern digital multimedia. I will begin by defining what both mean. Then take a brief look into how they were first utilised. Give examples of their pros and cons, their uses now & express my opinion as to which one I believe to be better option and why. Raster (bitmap) graphics definition: “A raster graphic is a digital image composed of a matrix of dots. When viewed at 100%, each dot corresponds

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    Support Vector Machine(SVM): Over the past several years, there has been a significant amount of research on support vector machines and today support vector machine applications are becoming more common in text classification. In essence, support vector machines define hyperplanes, which try to separate the values of a given target field. The hyperplanes are defined using kernel functions. The most popular kernel types are supported: linear, polynomial, radial basis and sigmoid. Support Vector Machines

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    Making of Antibodies

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    is the use of these methods in gene identification. First a gene must be isolated from an organism. This can be accomplished using restriction enzymes, cutting the DNA into pieces and then inserting these pieces into plasmid vectors, creating a library of genes. These vectors are then inserted into bacteria, which proceed in replicating the genes and producing their products. Any bacteria producing the protein of interest are isolated, using radiolabeled antibodies which bind specifically to the target

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    Malaria

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    Malaria Malaria parasites have been with us since the beginning of time, and fossils of mosquitoes up to thirty million years old show that malaria’s vector has existed for just as long. The parasites causing malaria are highly specific, with man as the only host and mosquitoes as the only vector. Every year, 300,000,000 people are affected by malaria, and while less than one percent of these people die, there are still an estimated 1,500,000 deaths per year. While Malaria was one of the first

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    example on an elevated ramp? But this can't be done because the theory states that free falling objects fall at a constant acceleration of 9.8m/s/s ONLY if gravity is the only force acting on it. To prove this, I will undergo an experiment involving vectors and mechanics. Apparatus: · Toy car · [IMAGE] Ramp with the length of 1m

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    in your business, the downside is always that it brings much added risk to your supporting systems, networks, and business critical applications. The more your network is extended and the more nodes or hosts are added-then all the more intrusion vectors (new and vulnerable risk points) become available for possible exploit and resultant harm to your company. As you connect your networks with various outsourcers, partners, vendors, alliances, and even consortiums you may, and probably will, connect

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