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"... Although many descriptions of modulation describe it as a multiplication process, the truth is a bit more complex. First, to be quite clear, if the two inputs of a perfect multiplier were fed with a signal, Acos(ωt), and an unmodulated carrier, cos(ωt), we would have a modulator. This happens becaus ..."

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because the two periodic waveforms, A scos(ω st) and A ccos(ω ct), applied to the

*inputs*of a multiplier (with a scale factor of 1 V for simplicity of analysis), produce an*output*given by: V o(t) = A sA c[cos((ω s + ω c)t) + cos(ω s – ω c)t))] If the carrier, A ccos(ω ct), has 1 V amplitude (A c = 1###
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, 2008

"... Each team should define two functions for the given SSG, and then evaluate them practically and theoretically. Defining the functions. In order to find the optimal permutation which implies the solution of a given SSG as explained in the previous lecture, define the two polynomial functions first an ..."

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"... -humidity input-temperature at boundary layer- humidity at boundary layer Calculation of-total enthalpy difference- dry enthalpy difference- wet mass flow difference Figure 1. CYBOR heat and mass transport thermodynamics. To determine interactions of the gas stream with the clothing system, it is im ..."

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, it is important to know the differences between

*input*stream and*output*stream val-ues, specifically: (1) total heat gained or lost, h; (2) dry heat gained or lost, hd; and (3) humidity gained or lost, f i h. 0 10 20 30 40 microclimate temperature [ "c] Figure 2. Microclimate conditions in shoes during###
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"... Environmental impact assessment including indirect effects—a case study using ..."

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Environmental impact assessment including indirect effects—a case study using

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"... i. The default transformation in English past tense morphology involves "copying " much of the phonology of the present tense form into the past tense form. This operation is insensitive to previous exposure; even if a subject is given a nonword (e.g. [plemf]) containing a phoneme combinat ..."

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i. The default transformation in English past tense morphology involves "copying " much of the phonology of the present tense form into the past tense form. This operation is insensitive to previous exposure; even if a subject is given a nonword (e.g. [plemf]) containing a phoneme combination which has never been seen in a given position (e.g.[mf] in coda), they will still "copy" the phoneme into a novel inflected form ([plemft]). This type of behavior has been called systematic: the response to a given phoneme is the same regardless of what position it occurs in. As it turns out, this is a very hard problem for simple associationist learning procedures. ii. A simple example (Marcus, 1998): The identity function.

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, 2002

"... We developed the simultaneous parameter estimation and registration method between 3D ideal data and 3D measured data for these parametric mathematical models. Parametric mathematical models, stored at the Graduate school of mathematical sciences at the University of Tokyo, were praster models which ..."

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We developed the simultaneous parameter estimation and registration method between 3D ideal data and 3D measured data for these parametric mathematical models. Parametric mathematical models, stored at the Graduate school of mathematical sciences at the University of Tokyo, were praster models which were made an about hundred years ago, and were used in education as actual representation of parametric surfaces defined by some parameters, such as Kuen surface, Dini surface, and so on to evaluate the manufacturing accuracy of these models and manufacturing skill level of those days.