Enhancing entanglement generation of two atoms in a cavity with white noise using classical driving fields
We investigate the entanglement dynamics of a quantum system consisting of two two-level atoms in a cavity with classical driving fields in the presence of white noise. The cavity is initially prepared in the vacuum state. Generally, the entanglement of two atoms decreases with the intensity of the thermal fields and the coupling strength of the two-level atoms to the thermal fields. However, we find that the entanglement of the quantum system can be enhanced by adjusting the frequency and the s
Enhancing Robustness of the Inverted PBI Scalarizing Method in MOEA/D.pdf2020-04-03
Enhancing Robustness of the Inverted PBI Scalarizing Method in MOEA/D
Enhancement of speech corrupted by acoustic noise.pdf2020-12-24
This paper describes a method for enhancing speech corrupted by broadband noise. The method is based on the spectral noise subtraction method. The original method entails subtracting an estimate of the noise power spectrum from the speech power spectrum, setting negative differences to zero
Linux Firewalls Enhancing Security with nftables and Beyond, 4th Edition2019-01-15
Linux Firewalls: Enhancing Security with nftables and Beyond (4th Edition) By 作者: Steve Suehring ISBN-10 书号: 0134000021 ISBN-13 书号: 9780134000022 Edition 版本: 4 出版日期: 2015-02-08 pages 页数: 425 The Definitive Guide to Building Firewalls with Linux As the security challenges facing Linux system and network administrators have grown, the security tools and techniques available to them have improved dramatically. In Linux® Firewalls, Fourth Edition, long-time Linux security expert Steve Suehring has revamped his definitive Linux firewall guide to cover the important advances in Linux security. An indispensable working resource for every Linux administrator concerned with security, this guide presents comprehensive coverage of both iptables and nftables. Building on the solid networking and firewalling foundation in previous editions, it also adds coverage of modern tools and techniques for detecting exploits and intrusions, and much more. Distribution neutral throughout, this edition is fully updated for today’s Linux kernels, and includes current code examples and support scripts for Red Hat/Fedora, Ubuntu, and Debian implementations. If you’re a Linux professional, it will help you establish an understanding of security for any Linux system, and for networks of all sizes, from home to enterprise. Inside, you’ll find just what you need to Install, configure, and update a Linux firewall running either iptables or nftables Migrate to nftables, or take advantage of the latest iptables enhancements Manage complex multiple firewall configurations Create, debug, and optimize firewall rules Use Samhain and other tools to protect filesystem integrity, monitor networks, and detect intrusions Harden systems against port scanning and other attacks Uncover exploits such as rootkits and backdoors with chkrootkit
Project tracking systems, test and build tools, source control, continuous integration, and other built-in parts of the software development lifecycle generate a wealth of data that can be used to track and improve the quality and performance of products, processes, and teams. Although the iterative nature of Agile development is perfect for data-driven continuous improvement, the collection, analysis, and application of meaningful metrics often fades in favor of subjective measures that offer less insight into the real challenges of making better software. Agile Metrics in Action: Measuring and enhancing the performance of Agile teams is a practical book that shows how to take the data already being generated to make teams, processes, and products better. It points out which metrics to use to objectively measure performance and what data really counts, along with where to find it, how to get it, and how to analyze it. The book also shows how all team members can publish their own metrics through dashboards and radiators, taking charge of communicating performance and individual accountability. Along the way, it offers practical data analysis techniques, including a few emerging Big Data practices. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. Table of Contents Part 1 Measuring agile teams Chapter 1 Measuring agile performance Chapter 2 Observing a live project Part 2 Collecting and analyzing your team’s data Chapter 3 Trends and data from project-tracking systems Chapter 4 Trends and data from source control Chapter 5 Trends and data from CI and deployment servers Chapter 6 Data from your production systems Part 3 Applying metrics to your teams, processes, and software Chapter 7 Working with the data you’re collecting: the sum of the parts Chapter 8 Measuring the technical quality of your software Chapter 9 Publishing metrics Chapter 10 Measuring your team against the agile principles Appendix A DIY analytics using ELK Appendix B Collecting data from source systems with Grails
Enhancing the Scalability of Memcached2013-02-22
Enhancing the Scalability of Memcached
Platoon Control of Connected Vehicles from a Networked Control Perspective2018-08-30
The platooning of connected and automated vehicles has the potential to significantly benefit the road traffic, including enhancing highway safety, improving traffic capacity, and reducing fuel consumption. This paper presents a four-component analysis framework for platoon systems from a networked control perspective, including a literature review by network awareness, unified models of key components, and two application cases for controller synthesis. The networked control perspective naturally decomposes a platoon into four interrelated components, namely, 1) node dynamics (ND), 2) information flow topology (IFT), 3) formation geometry (FG), and 4) distributed controller (DC). The existing literature is categorized under this framework and analyzed according to the component features. The unified mathematical models are derived for platoons with linear dynamics and distributed controllers. As a case study, a distributed controller synthesis method is introduced for homogeneous platoons, which guarantees the internal stability in the presence of a broad class of topologies with/without uniform time-delays. The effectiveness of the proposed method is demonstrated using numerical simulations
Virtual Reality ：Simulating and Enhancing the World With Computers 20032018-01-16
Copyright © 2003, 1998 by Sean M. Grady Virtual Reality: Simulating and Enhancing the World with Computers is a revised and expanded edition of Virtual Reality: Computers Mimic the Physical World, which was published in 1998 as part of the Science Sourcebooks series. The older book reflected the field of virtual reality at it was at the beginning of 1997. This new edition catches up with the developments that have taken place in the five years that followed, including the problems VR businesses encountered as a result of the technology boom-and-bust cycle that took place during the last few years of the twentieth century. As in the earlier edition, this book will provide an overview of virtual- reality’s history, the tools and techniques used to mimic the physical world, the fields in which VR is being used, and some of the obstacles that VR’s supporters have had to overcome. Middle- and high-school students who already have taken part in immersive computing will find Virtual Reality a useful tool for learning how the technology came to be and where it might go in the future. For students who have not had any experience with virtual environments, this book will serve as a technological travel guide, pointing out some of the landmarks in this particular realm of computing. Technologies allied to VR, such as augmented reality and wearable computers, also will make an appearance, as will some of the philosophical issues raised by people outside and within the field who question the paths VR researchers have followed.
Enter the world of Internet of Things with the power of data science with this highly practical, engaging book About This Book Explore real-world use cases from the Internet of Things (IoT) domain using decision science with this easy-to-follow, practical book Learn to make smarter decisions on top of your IoT solutions so that your IoT is smart in a real sense This highly practical, example-rich guide fills the gap between your knowledge of data science and IoT Who This Book Is For If you have a basic programming experience with R and want to solve business use cases in IoT using decision science then this book is for you. Even if your're a non-technical manager anchoring IoT projects, you can skip the code and still benefit from the book. What You Will Learn Explore decision science with respect to IoT Get to know the end to end analytics stack – Descriptive + Inquisitive + Predictive + Prescriptive Solve problems in IoT connected assets and connected operations Design and solve real-life IoT business use cases using cutting edge machine learning techniques Synthesize and assimilate results to form the perfect story for a business Master the art of problem solving when IoT meets decision science using a variety of statistical and machine learning techniques along with hands on tasks in R In Detail With an increasing number of devices getting connected to the Internet, massive amounts of data are being generated that can be used for analysis. This book helps you to understand Internet of Things in depth and decision science, and solve business use cases. With IoT, the frequency and impact of the problem is huge. Addressing a problem with such a huge impact requires a very structured approach. The entire journey of addressing the problem by defining it, designing the solution, and executing it using decision science is articulated in this book through engaging and easy-to-understand business use cases. You will get a detailed understanding of IoT, decision science, and the art of solving a business problem in IoT through decision science. By the end of this book, you’ll have an understanding of the complex aspects of decision making in IoT and will be able to take that knowledge with you onto whatever project calls for it Style and approach This scenario-based tutorial approaches the topic systematically, allowing you to build upon what you learned in previous chapters. Table of Contents Chapter 1: IoT and Decision Science Chapter 2: Studying the IoT Problem Universe and Designing a Use Case Chapter 3: The What and Why - Using Exploratory Decision Science for IoT Chapter 4: Experimenting Predictive Analytics for IoT Chapter 5: Enhancing Predictive Analytics with Machine Learning for IoT Chapter 6: Fast track Decision Science with IoT Chapter 7: Prescriptive Science and Decision Making Chapter 8: Disruptions in IoT Chapter 9: A Promising Future with IoT
Accuracy enhancement of integrated MEMS-IMU2013-11-06
This research aims at enhancing the accuracy of land vehicular navigation systems by integrating GPS and Micro-Electro-Mechanical-System (MEMS) based inertial measurement units (IMU). This comprises improving the MEMS-based inertial output signals as well as investigating the limitations of a conventional Kalman Filtering (KF) solution for MEMS-IMU/GPS integration. These limitations are due to two main reasons. The first is that a KF suppresses the effect of inertial sensor noise using GPS-derived position and velocity as updates but within a limited band of frequency.
Libra2.0白皮书2020年4月最新发布！共29页 This updated white paper outlines the significant work we have done on the design of the Libra payment system since June 2019. Four key changes have been made to address regulatory concerns that deserve specific attention, each of which is addressed briefly below and then in more depth in the updated white paper: 1. Offering single-currency stablecoins in addition to the multi-currency coin. 2. Enhancing the safety of the Libra payment system with a robust compliance framework. 3. Forgoing the future transition to a permissionless system while maintaining its key economic properties. 4. Building strong protections into the design of the Libra Reserve.
Test-Drive ASP.NET MVC2014-05-07
1 Getting Started with ASP.NET MVC 1.1 How ASP.NET MVC Works 1.2 Installing MVC 1.3 MVC in Five Minutes: Building Quote-O-Matic 2 Test-Driven Development 2.1 TDD Explained 2.2 Test-Driving “Hello World” II Building an Application 3 Getting Organized with MVC 3.1 Time Management with GetOrganized 3.2 Reading Data 3.3 Creating a To-Do 3.4 Deleting: Creating an Action Without a View 3.5 Updating: Marking a To-Do as Complete 4 Working with Controllers 71 4.1 Creating Topics 4.2 Using the FormCollection and TempData Objects 4.3 Adding a Little Color with jQuery 4.4 Controllers Talking to Controllers 5 Managing State and Files with Controllers 5.1 Enabling Filters and Results with Controllers 5.2 Logging In 5.3 Testing Routes in MVC 5.4 Storing Information in Memory 5.5 Manipulating Files 6 Enhancing Views with HTML Helpers and Master Pages 6.1 Making Our Site Presentable with HTML Helpers 6.2 Building a Custom HTML Helper 6.3 Simplifying Page Layouts with Master Pages 6.4 Adding Validations Using ModelStateDictionary 6.5 Replacing Web Controls with Advanced HTML Helpers 7 Composing Views with Ajax and Partials 151 7.1 Working with Ajax 7.2 Finding It in a Snap with Autocomplete 7.3 Using Partials to Reduce Duplication III Integrating with Other Frameworks 8 Persisting Your Models 8.1 MVC’s Next Top Model: NHibernate 8.2 Using the Repository Pattern 8.3 Mapping with Fluent NHibernate 8.4 Creating and Reading Records 8.5 Editing Models 8.6 Deleting Records 8.7 Additional ORM Data Relationships 9 Integrating Repositories with Controllers 9.1 Fixing the NHibernate Session Inside MVC 9.2 Using Inversion of Control with the IControllerFactory 9.3 Injecting Repositories into Controllers 9.4 Creating a Custom Action Filter 9.5 Linking NHibernate and MVC Validations 9.6 Preventing Performance Problems with Proﬁling 10 Building RESTful Web Services 210 10.1 Use SOAP or Take a REST Instead? 10.2 Creating a Web Service 10.3 Publishing to Blogger IV Security and Deployment 11 Security, Error Handling, and Logging 11.1 Applying Additional Security 11.2 Using an Action Filter to Handle Errors 11.3 Using Logging to See What Went Wrong 11.4 Checking for a Pulse with ASP.NET Health Monitoring 12 Build and Deployment 12.1 Automating Builds 12.2 Using MSBuild to Automate the Build 12.3 Deploying to Production
2008 TIP Adaptive Bilateral Filter for Sharpness Enhancement and Noise Removal2013-05-14
Abstract—In this paper, we present the adaptive bilateral filter (ABF) for sharpness enhancement and noise removal. The ABF sharpens an image by increasing the slope of the edges without producing overshoot or undershoot. It is an approach to sharpness enhancement that is fundamentally different from the unsharp mask (USM). This new approach to slope restoration also differs significantly from previous slope restoration algorithms in that the ABF does not involve detection of edges or their orientation, or extraction of edge profiles. In the ABF, the edge slope is enhanced by transforming the histogram via a range filter with adaptive offset and width. The ABF is able to smooth the noise, while enhancing edges and textures in the image. The parameters of the ABF are optimized with a training procedure. ABF restored images are significantly sharper than those restored by the bilateral filter. Compared with an USM based sharpening method—the optimal unsharp mask (OUM), ABF restored edges are as sharp as those rendered by the OUM, but without the halo artifacts that appear in the OUM restored image. In terms of noise removal, ABF also outperforms the bilateral filter and the OUM. We demonstrate that ABF works well for both natural images and text images.
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Enhancing Bluetooth Location Services with Direction Finding。 1.Executive Summary 2.Introduction 3.Bluetooth Location Services 4.Bluetooth Direction Finding 1）Direction Finding Using Angle of Arrival Method 2）Direction Finding Using Angle of Departure Method
Hands-On Computer Vision with Julia pdf+epub2019-02-23
Hands-On Computer Vision with Julia is a thorough guide for developers who want to get started with building computer vision applications using Julia. Julia is well suited to image processing because it's easy to use and lets you write easy-to-compile and efficient machine code. This book begins by introducing you to Julia's image processing libraries such as Images.jl and ImageCore.jl. You'll get to grips with analyzing and transforming images using JuliaImages; some of the techniques discussed include enhancing and adjusting images. As you make your way through the chapters, you'll learn how to classify images, cluster them, and apply neural networks to solve computer vision problems. In the concluding chapters, you will explore OpenCV applications to perform real-time computer vision analysis, for example, face detection and object tracking. You will also understand Julia's interaction with Tesseract to perform optical character recognition and build an application that brings together all the techniques we introduced previously to consolidate the concepts learned. By end of the book, you will have understood how to utilize various Julia packages and a few open source libraries such as Tesseract and OpenCV to solve computer vision problems with ease. What you will learn Analyze image metadata and identify critical data using JuliaImages Apply filters and improve image quality and color schemes Extract 2D features for image comparison using JuliaFeatures Cluster and classify images with KNN/SVM machine learning algorithms Recognize text in an image using the Tesseract library Use OpenCV to recognize specific objects or faces in images and videos Build neural network and classify images with MXNet Who This Book Is For Hands-On Computer Vision with Julia is for Julia developers who are interested in learning how to perform image processing and want to explore the field of computer vision. Basic knowledge of Julia will help you understand the concepts more effectively.
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<div style="color:rgba(0,0,0,.75);"> <span style="color:#4d4d4d;"> </span> <div style="color:rgba(0,0,0,.75);"> <span style="color:#4d4d4d;"> </span> <div style="color:rgba(0,0,0,.75);"> <div style="color:rgba(0,0,0,.75);"> <span style="color:#4d4d4d;">当前课程中商城项目的实战源码是我发布在 GitHub 上的开源项目 newbee-mall （新蜂商城），目前已有 6300 多个 star，</span><span style="color:#4d4d4d;">本课程是一个 Spring Boot 技术栈的实战类课程，课程共分为 3 大部分，前面两个部分为基础环境准备和相关概念介绍，第三个部分是 Spring Boot 商城项目功能的讲解，让大家实际操作并实践上手一个大型的线上商城项目，并学习到一定的开发经验以及其中的开发技巧。<br /> 商城项目所涉及的功能结构图整理如下：<br /> </span> </div> <div style="color:rgba(0,0,0,.75);"> </div> <div style="color:rgba(0,0,0,.75);"> <p style="color:#4d4d4d;"> <img alt="modules" src="https://imgconvert.csdnimg.cn/aHR0cHM6Ly9uZXdiZWUtbWFsbC5vc3MtY24tYmVpamluZy5hbGl5dW5jcy5jb20vcG9zdGVyL3N0b3JlL25ld2JlZS1tYWxsLXMucG5n?x-oss-process=image/format,png" /> </p> </div> <p style="color:rgba(0,0,0,.75);"> <strong><span style="color:#e53333;">课程特色</span></strong> </p> <p style="color:rgba(0,0,0,.75);"> </p> <div style="color:rgba(0,0,0,.75);"> </div> <div style="color:rgba(0,0,0,.75);"> <ul> <li> 对新手开发者十分友好，无需复杂的操作步骤，仅需 2 秒就可以启动这个完整的商城项目 </li> <li> 最终的实战项目是一个企业级别的 Spring Boot 大型项目，对于各个阶段的 Java 开发者都是极佳的选择 </li> <li> 实践项目页面美观且实用，交互效果完美 </li> <li> 教程详细开发教程详细完整、文档资源齐全 </li> <li> 代码+讲解+演示网站全方位保证，向 Hello World 教程说拜拜 </li> <li> 技术栈新颖且知识点丰富，学习后可以提升大家对于知识的理解和掌握，可以进一步提升你的市场竞争力 </li> </ul> </div> <p style="color:rgba(0,0,0,.75);"> </p> <p style="color:rgba(0,0,0,.75);"> <span style="color:#e53333;">课程预览</span> </p> <p style="color:rgba(0,0,0,.75);"> </p> <div style="color:rgba(0,0,0,.75);"> </div> <div style="color:rgba(0,0,0,.75);"> <p style="color:#4d4d4d;"> 以下为商城项目的页面和功能展示，分别为： </p> </div> <div style="color:rgba(0,0,0,.75);"> <ul> <li> 商城首页 1<br /> <img alt="" src="https://img-bss.csdnimg.cn/202103050347585499.gif" /> </li> <li> 商城首页 2<br /> <img alt="" src="https://img-bss.csdn.net/202005181054413605.png" /> </li> <li> </li> <li> 购物车<br /> <img alt="cart" src="https://imgconvert.csdnimg.cn/aHR0cHM6Ly9uZXdiZWUtbWFsbC5vc3MtY24tYmVpamluZy5hbGl5dW5jcy5jb20vcG9zdGVyL3Byb2R1Y3QvY2FydC5wbmc?x-oss-process=image/format,png" /> </li> <li> 订单结算<br /> <img alt="settle" src="https://imgconvert.csdnimg.cn/aHR0cHM6Ly9uZXdiZWUtbWFsbC5vc3MtY24tYmVpamluZy5hbGl5dW5jcy5jb20vcG9zdGVyL3Byb2R1Y3Qvc2V0dGxlLnBuZw?x-oss-process=image/format,png" /> </li> <li> 订单列表<br /> <img alt="orders" src="https://imgconvert.csdnimg.cn/aHR0cHM6Ly9uZXdiZWUtbWFsbC5vc3MtY24tYmVpamluZy5hbGl5dW5jcy5jb20vcG9zdGVyL3Byb2R1Y3Qvb3JkZXJzLnBuZw?x-oss-process=image/format,png" /> </li> <li> 支付页面<br /> <img alt="" src="https://img-bss.csdn.net/201909280301493716.jpg" /> </li> <li> 后台管理系统登录页<br /> <img alt="login" src="https://imgconvert.csdnimg.cn/aHR0cHM6Ly9uZXdiZWUtbWFsbC5vc3MtY24tYmVpamluZy5hbGl5dW5jcy5jb20vcG9zdGVyL3Byb2R1Y3QvbWFuYWdlLWxvZ2luLnBuZw?x-oss-process=image/format,png" /> </li> <li> 商品管理<br /> <img alt="goods" src="https://imgconvert.csdnimg.cn/aHR0cHM6Ly9uZXdiZWUtbWFsbC5vc3MtY24tYmVpamluZy5hbGl5dW5jcy5jb20vcG9zdGVyL3Byb2R1Y3QvbWFuYWdlLWdvb2RzLnBuZw?x-oss-process=image/format,png" /> </li> <li> 商品编辑<br /> <img alt="" src="https://img-bss.csdnimg.cn/202103050348242799.png" /> </li> </ul> </div> </div> </div> </div>
Protel PCB放置汉字工具 ProtelHz
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