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Todayâ€™s automotive landscape would look a lot different without the influence of Nissan. Just a few iconic vehicles like the ZÂ®, GT-R and Patrol have had significant impact on the automotive industry and stirred passion in car enthusiasts around the world.
Nissanâ€™s rise to prominence began in 1935, when it became the first Japanese manufacturer to mass produce a vehicle, the Type 15. Through its steady growth after World War II, Nissan built a name for itself through performance, quality, safety and innovation. It was during the time of recovery from the technological vacuum of World War II that Nissan focused its energies on technological leadership. Throughout the period, Nissan also was steadily developing a strong organization to support the companyâ€™s next stage of dramatic growth overseas.
In the 1960s, Nissan launched its U.S. sales operations under the Datsun name and began developing its NISSAN HERITAGE overseas manufacturing operations, starting with a vehicle assembly plant at Yulon Motor Co., Ltd. in Taiwan and the establishment of Nissan Mexicana, S.A. de C.V. In the 1980s, Nissan established two strategic manufacturing bases overseas in the U.S. and the U.K.
Today, Nissan operates manufacturing and assembly plants in 25 countries around the world. In addition to manufacturing, Nissan is enhancing its design development strengths on a global scale, and always challenging prevailing standards in the automotive industry and global business.
This free User's Guide introduces you to the basic features and functions of your new computer. For more on how your computer can help you to be more productive, please refer to the AcerSystem User's Guide. This guide contains detailed information on such subjects as system utilities, data recovery, expansion options, and troubleshooting. In addition it contains warranty information and the general regulations and safety notices for your notebook. It is available in Portable Document Format (PDF) and comes preloaded on your notebook. Follow these steps to access it:
1 Click on Start, All Programs, AcerSystem.
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With myPowerâ„¢ ALL Plus â€”the universal rechargeable battery featuring automatic voltage detection, you can power your laptop or other portable devices that require from 9.5V to 20V, plus power and charge just about any 5V portable device from the USB port. Simply connect myPower ALL to your portable device to extend the battery life.
The Foreign Exchange market, also referred to as the "Forex" or "FX" market, is the largest financial market in the world, with a daily average turnover of well over US$1 trillion -- 30 times larger than the combined volume of all U.S. equity markets. Unlike other financial markets, the forex market has no physical location or central exchange. It is an over-the-counter market where buyers and sellers including banks, corporations, and private investors conduct business. A true
24-hour market, Forex trading begins each day in Sydney, and moves around the globe as the business day begins in each financial center, first to Tokyo, London, and New York. Unlike any other financial market, investors can respond to currency fluctuations caused by economic, social and political events at the time they occur - day or night. The huge number and diversity of players involved make it difficult for even governments to control the direction of the market.
The unmatched liquidity and around-the-clock global activity make forex the ideal market for active traders.
Traditionally the forex market was only available to larger entities trading currencies for commercial and investment purposes through banks. Now trading platforms, such as the RF2000TM, allow smaller financial institutions and retail investors access to a similar level of liquidity as the major foreign exchange banks, by offering a gateway to the primary (Interbank) market.
In the forex market currencies are always priced in pairs; therefore all trades result in the simultaneous buying of one currency and the selling of another. The objective of currency trading is to exchange one currency for another in the expectation that the market rate or price will change so that the currency you bought has increased its value relative to the one you sold. If you have bought a currency and the price appreciates in value, the trader must sell the currency back in order to lock in the profit. An open trade or position is one in which a trader has either bought/sold one currency pair and has not sold/bought back the equivalent amount to effectively close the position.
Microsoft Publisher is a Microsoft Office program that helps you design and publish professional-looking print and web-based materials such as brochures, flyers, stationery, newsletters, calendars and more.
NOTE Familiarity with Microsoft Word is recommended before using Publisher.
The following are assorted tips and tutorials for Microsoft Publisher.
Note that some of these are for Publisher 98, but still hold true for newer versions of the software.
This document contains a guide to migrate the commonly used Microsoft Access sample application, Northwind Traders, to Oracle Application Express. This is a multi-step process that utilizes several products to migrate first the database to Oracle and then the application. It is important that these steps are carried out in the order in which they appear. This exercise is useful for any user that wishes to undertake migrating their applications from MS Access to Oracle Application Express.
The migration process begins with the use of the Exporter tool together with Oracle SQL Developer Migration Workbench, to export the Northwind Traders database and application metadata, and migrate the database objects to Oracle. After that initial step, you then use Application Migrations to generate a Migration Project based upon the application metadata retrieved by the Exporter tool from Northwind Traders, and the migrated Oracle database. Within the Migration Project, the retrieved objects can be reviewed and modified, where necessary, to make them valid for Oracle. As the final step, you have the option of generating either an application based on valid forms and reports or a maintenance application based on valid tables and views within the Migration Project.
The book starts with a fairly simple overview of the translation process, of the constituent parts of a compiler, and of the concepts of porting and bootstrapping compilers. This is followed by a chapter on machine architecture and machine emulation, as later case studies make extensive use of code generation for emulated machines, a very common strategy in introductory courses. The next chapter introduces the student to the notions of regular expressions, grammars, BNF and EBNF, and the value of being able to specify languages concisely and accurately.
Two chapters follow that discuss simple features of assembler language, accompanied by the development of an assembler/interpreter system which allows not only for very simple assembly, but also for conditional assembly, macro-assembly, error detection, and so on. Complete code for such an assembler is presented in a highly modularized form, but with deliberate scope left for extensions, ranging from the trivial to the extensive.
Three chapters follow on formal syntax theory, parsing, and the manual construction of scanners and parsers. The usual classifications of grammars and restrictions on practical grammars are discussed in some detail. The material on parsing is kept to a fairly simple level, but with a thorough discussion of the necessary conditions for LL(1) parsing. The parsing method treated in most detail is the method of recursive descent, as is found in many Pascal compilers; LR parsing is only briefly discussed.
Now you can have the best navigation in motion at hand. BMW Motorrad Navigator III is a top-of-the-line navigator Garmin, designed exclusively for BMW motorcycles. Ready to go right out of the box, has everything you want in a navigation system - preloaded maps, Bluetooth wireless technology Â®, touch screen, remote control, automatic routing, voice messages and a brilliant color display.
Getting from here to there has never been easier. With pre-loaded City Navigator Europe detail, you can search for the nearest restaurants and services or even a type of address, and BMW Motorrad Navigator III automatically calculate a route and provide turn voice directions that speak street names. This robust Navigator also offers a choice of 2D or 3D map. A useful points of interest database helps identify motels, restaurants, fuel, cash and much more.
Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) samples from 15 neonatal (2-8 day) foals were examined for the presence of antibodies to S. neurona by WB analysis. Twelve of 13 foals that were seropositive were also CSF positive, suggesting that maternal antibodies to S. neurona cross the blood-CSF barrier in neonatal foals resulting in a positive CSF WB. Repeat taps were performed on 5 of the foals which showed that the immunoreactivity of the western blot decreases over time. Two of the 5 foals were CSF negative at 83 and 84 days of age, with 1 foal still positive at 90 days, and 2 foals positive at 62 days. These results indicate that maternal antibodies to S. neurona in the CSF can confound WB results in neonatal foals up to several months of age.
Microsoft Word is a popularly used word processing program which allow users to create a variety of documents. For example, you can use Microsoft Word to create papers for class, brochures, resumes, etc. Word 2003, the latest version of the best-selling word processor, takes customer experience and feedback to deliver innovations you can use to create impressive-looking documents and help you work better with others. Microsoft Word can be used on both Macintosh and PC computers.
The purpose of this study is to investigate student leadership development. This study will investigate if there are any differences in the estimate of gains from attending college between students who participated in a Leadership Community and a sample of non-participants. In this study, estimate of gains is defined as studentsâ€™ progress toward educational goals, as reflected in the College Student Experiences Questionnaire (CSEQ). The estimate of gains represents a measure of growth in college.
This research investigated the relationship between reward structure and team effectiveness using a laboratory experiment. This experiment involved groups of students working as a team on a design problem. The independent variable is the type of reward structure, manipulated over three levels: interdependent (group), independent (individual) and mixed rewards (both group and individual). The experiment used a design task, intended to be more representative of project team work where team members were assigned a functional discipline and worked together to solve a design problem.
This research describes a methodology whereby companies can improve product cost estimation at the conceptual design phase, using intelligent searching and arrangement of existing accounting data to enable designers to access the activity cost information more readily. The concept has considerable scope for application in industry because it will allow companies to make better use of information that is already being recorded in their information systems, by providing it in a form which will enable designers to make better informed decisions during the design process.
This study explores the reasons why organizations chose to use these systems, the problems and benefits derived from the MRP/ERP systems, and the characteristics of the types of companies that have benefited from the use of MRP-type systems. The survey participants evaluated the performance of their manufacturing or enterprise planning systems on the basis of data accuracy, customer satisfaction, user satisfaction, systems effectiveness, convenience, information relevance, and software reliability. Furthermore, success factors associated with organizational performance were tested and evaluated. The correlation between perceived performance was tested against the influence of upper management support, the level of emphasis on training, sources of technical expertise, and organizational experience with MRP-type systems.
In this thesis, we present variants of Shor and Zhurbenkoï¿½s r-algorithm, motivated by the memoryless and limited memory updates for differentiable quasi-Newton methods. This well known r-algorithm, which employs a space dilation strategy in the direction of the difference between two successive subgradients, is recognized as being one of the most effective procedures for solving nondifferentiable optimization problems. However, the method needs to store the space dilation matrix and update it at every iteration, resulting in a substantial computational burden for large-sized problems.
Imagine you are taking a crucial exam and suddenly you forget some major facts! Or you are at a business meeting and the name of the all-important client escapes your mind! Memory can turn the tide in your favour, or against it.
Now with this book tap into your most precious resource and unleash the natural powers within you. This book shows how to remember names, faces, facts and a plethora of details the average person encounters each day. The work covers:
How Keen Is Your Observation?
Does what you see register in your mind? Which light is on top of the traffic light? Is the number six on your watch dial, the Arabic #6 or is it the Roman #VI? Other observation questions. The importance of observation in memory.
Habit Is Memory
There is no such thing as a poor memory, only a trained or untrained one. There is no limit to the capacity of the memory. Lucius Scipio was able to remember the names of all the people of Rome; Seneca could memorize and repeat two thousand words after hearing them once.
Test Your Memory
If you can remember any one thing by association, you can do it with anything else. A series of tests for you to take now to indicate how limited your untrained memory is.
Interest in Memory
The first step is to be interested in remembering names, faces, dates, figures, factsâ€”anything, and that you have confidence in your ability to retrain them.
Link Method of Memory
What the Link Method is. Use this method of associating ridiculous mental images with items you want to remember. Start to remember as you've never remembered before.
Peg System of Memory
The Peg System helps you associate and remember numbers. You can learn to remember 52 items by number, in and out of order.
Uses of the Peg and Link Systems
Start with remembering a Shopping List and Daily Errands. From this you will go on to more difficult feats.
How to Train Your Observation
Test yourself (and your friends) on a "trick" sign. How to sharpen and develop your observation abilities.
To properly understand advertising or to learn even its rudiments one must start with the right conception. Advertising is salesmanship. Its principles are the principles of salesmanship. Successes and failures in both lines are due to like causes. Thus every advertising question should be answered by the salesman's standards.
Let us emphasize that point. The only purpose of advertising is to make sales. It is profitable or unprofitable according to its actual sales.
It is not for general effect. It is not to keep your name before the people. It is not primarily to aid your other salesmen. Treat it as a salesman. Force it to justify itself. Compare it with other salesmen. Figure its cost and result. Accept no excuses which good salesmen do not make. Then you will not go far wrong.
The difference is only in degree. Advertising is multiplied salesmanship. It may appeal to thousands while the salesman talks to one. It involves a corresponding cost. Some people spend $10 per word on an average advertisement. Therefore every ad should be a super-salesman.
Thirteen volunteer panelists were trained according to Standard Method 2170, flavor profile analysis (FPA). Following training these panelists underwent triangle test screening to determine whether or not they could detect the odorants used in this study. Following triangle testing, panelists underwent directional difference testing to determine if temperature affected odor perception when presented with two water samples. Following directional difference testing, panelists used FPA and evaluated water samples that contained odorants at either 25 C or 45 C. Samples containing geosmin cooled to 5 C were also evaluated.
The demand for consumer credit is an area of economics that is of great interest to those in the lending community. While much research has been performed on this topic in the financial industry, the findings have been very closely guarded for competitive reasons. In this study, reduced form equations were derived to form the basis of a 2SLS regression model. This model was used to estimate the demand for consumer credit in the United States over the period 1973 ï¿½ 2002. Six independent variables were included in the analysis: monetary base, unemployment rate, consumer confidence index, disposable personal income, federal funds interest rate and the price/barrel of oil.
Fecal bacteria and pathogens are a major source of surface water impairment. In Virginia alone, approximately 73% of impaired waters are impaired due to fecal coliforms (FC). Because bacteria are a significant cause of water body impairment and existing bacterial models are predominantly based upon laboratory-derived information, bacterial models are needed that describe bacterial die-off and transport processes under field conditions. Before these bacterial models can be developed, more field-derived information is needed regarding bacterial survival and transport. The objectives of this research were to evaluate bacterial survival under field conditions and to develop a comprehensive, spatially variable (distributed) bacterial model that requires little or no calibration.
A dynamic, compartmental, continuously stirred tank reactor, simulation model (SET-WET) was developed for design and evaluation of constructed wetlands in order to optimize non-point source (NPS) pollution control measures. The model simulates the hydrologic, nitrogen, carbon, dissolved oxygen, bacteria, vegetative, phosphorous and sediment cycles of a wetland system. Written in Fortran 77, SET-WET models both free water surface (FWS) and sub-surface flow (SSF) wetlands and is designed in a modular manner which gives the user the flexibility to decide which cycles and processes to model. SET-WET differs from many existing wetland models in that it uses a system's approach, and limits the assumptions made concerning the interactions of the various nutrient cycles in a wetland system. It accounts for carbon and nitrogen interactions, as well as effect of oxygen levels upon microbial growth. It also directly links microbial growth and death to the consumption and transformations of nutrients in the wetland system.
Crispness is one of the most desirable textural characteristics of breaded fried foods. Consumers often judge the quality of breaded fried foods based on the perceived crispness of the product. Furthermore, todayï¿½s consumers are showing increasing concern over fat intake. As a result, there is great interest in being able to enhance the crispness and reduce the fat uptake in breaded fried foods without sacrificing other quality attributes. To achieve these goals, modifications to both frying equipment and product formulation have been explored in this study.
Feminist philosophy of science has long been considered a fringe element of philosophy of science as a whole. A careful consideration of the treatment of the key concept of objectivity by such philosophical heavyweights as Thomas Kuhn and Karl Popper, followed by an analysis of the concept of objectivity with the work of such feminist philosophers of science as Donna Haraway, Lynn Hankinson Nelson, and Sandra Harding, reveals that feminist philosophers of science are not members of some fringe movement of philosophy of science, but rather are doing philosophical work which is both crucial and connected to the work of other, ï¿½mainstreamï¿½ philosophers of science.
In an attempt to reach a better understanding of the properties and critical behavior of non-equilibrium systems, we investigate the steady state properties of three simple models, variations of the prototype, the driven Ising lattice gas. Our first system studied is the bilayer model, a stack of two driven Ising lattice gases allowed to interact. We study this model using a very simple analytic approximation, the high temperature expansion. Building on existing simulation data and field theory results, our goal is to test how faithfully the series expansion can reproduce the Monte Carlo phase diagram. We find that the agreement between our calculations and the already reported simulations results is remarkably good. Next, we investigate the critical behavior of a two-dimensional Ising lattice gas driven into a non-equilibrium steady state, subject to a local modification of the dynamics, namely, having anisotropic attempt frequencies for exchanges along different spatial directions.
Nanoparticle based devices are becoming of great interest because of their single-electron transport behavior, and high surface charge density. Nanoparticle based devices operate at low power, and are potentially highly stable and extremely robust. Making interconnections to nanoparticle devices, however, has been an impending issue. Also percolating/conductive array of nanoparticles is not easy to build since repulsion between the charged nanoparticles causes them to deposit at distance significantly larger for electron tunneling. In this study, we resolve these challenges to make nanoparticle based electronic devices. Using biological (bacteria) or physical (polyelectrolyte fiber) scaffolds, we selectively deposited percolating array of 30 nm Au nanoparticles, to produce a highly versatile nanoparticle-organic hybrid device.
Fatty acids are an essential component of the phospholipids of the inner and outer membranes of Escherichia coli. The synthesis of both fatty acids and phospholipids is regulated. Synthesis increases when growth rate increases, is inhibited when starvation occurs, and the fatty acid composition of the membrane changes with growth temperature. Several
genes encoding enzymes involved in membrane synthesis are located in the rpmF-plsX-fab operon. In this operon, a gene encoding a phospholipid synthetic gene of unknown function, plsX, lies just downstream of the ribosomal protein gene rpmF and upstream of five fatty acid biosynthetic genes, fabH, fabD, fabG, acpP, and fabF. The operon is also complex; transcription is initiated from at least eight promoters.
An investigation was conducted to assess the usefulness of anti-optimization in the process of validating of aerodynamic codes. Anti-optimization is defined here as the intentional search for regions where the computational and experimental results disagree. Maximizing such disagreements can be a useful tool in uncovering errors and/or weaknesses in both analyses and experiments.
The codes chosen for this investigation were an airfoil code and a lifting line code used together as an analysis to predict three-dimensional wing aerodynamic coefficients. The parameter of interest was the maximum lift coefficient of the three-dimensional wing, CL max. The test domain encompassed Mach numbers from 0.3 to 0.8, and Reynolds numbers from 25,000 to 250,000.
A simple rectangular wing was designed for the experiment. A wind tunnel model of this wing was built and tested in the NASA Langley Transonic Dynamics Tunnel. Selection of the test conditions (i.e., Mach and Reynolds numbers) were made by applying the techniques of response surface methodology and considerations involving the predicted experimental uncertainty. The test was planned and executed in two phases. In the first phase runs were conducted at the pre-planned test conditions. Based on these results additional runs were conducted in areas where significant differences in CL max were observed between the computational results and the experiment â€“ in essence applying the concept of anti-optimization. These additional runs were used to verify the differences in CL max and assess the extent of the region where these differences occurred.
With the increasing destruction of our natural environment, and with the realization that we ultimately depend upon this environment, my thesis explores the role of Architecture in designing the built environment to be harmonious with the natural one.
How can Architecture be a teaching tool for the natural and built environments? Through the design of The Sun School for Environmental studies involving the integration of a buildingâ€™s site, photovoltaic technology, daylighting, and natural ventilation, how can Architecture encourage a building to teach about itself? How can a building respond to its occupants, and to sun, wind, daylight and temperature? How can Architecture encourage the occupants to interact with the building, learn about it, respond to it, and consequently to increase their awareness of it?
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