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  • The History of Gnu/Linux Essay

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    GNU/Linux, as an operating system and massive community programming project, quickly became the flagship for the open source revolution and the claim to fame for two exceptional hackers, Richard Stallman and Linus Benedict Torvalds, the two most highly respected and well-known hackers that have ever lived.. Before the birth of the GNU/Linux and the open source revolution, a tight community of hackers dwelling within

  • History And Philosophy Of Open Source

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    The History and Philosophy of Open Source The open source movement was born in 1984, at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Lab when Richard M. Stallman quit his position at the university to begin the GNU Project. Having grown tired of seeing his colleagues being hired off by corporations and signing nondisclosure agreements for their work, he set off to create a completely free, open operating system. Though he specialized in the field, building such a system from the ground up is nearly impossible

  • Why Is Fig Universal Radio Peripheral

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    Fig : Universal Software Radio Peripheral [1] RTLSDR Till date, the USRP claimed to be a low cost device for some communication experiments. But now, a $20 revolution from Nooelec has appeared. The idea is to use consumer grade DVB-T Dongle based on Realtek RTL2832U as a fully-fledged cheap SDR device [1] In February 2012 the first FM radio signal was received with an RTL2832U RTL-SDR dongle using custom SDR drivers [3]. Since then RTL-SDR came onto the market, and various devices and software

  • Int Oddbits ( Void )

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    int oddBits(void) { int one = 0x49; int two = one | one<<< 17; return three; } int sign(int x) { /*negative and all the way right*/ return ((!x^1)|(x >> 31)); } int byteSwap(int x, int n, int m) { /*shifts by bytes*/ int n1 = n<<<< n1) & x; int mB = (0xFF << m1) & x; int both = (0xFF << n) | 0xFF << m; /*bytes back*/ int nBB = (nB>>n) & 0xFF; int mBB = (mB >> m) & 0xFF; /*new position*/ int nBBB = nBB<<<<<<>8&0xFF; int three = x>>16&0xFF; //int four = x>>24&0xFF;//

  • A Study On My Colleague Career

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    During my colleague career, I had multiple statistical and model prediction courses that gave me the required foundation to handle this project successfully. For instance, I had Probability Theory and Stochastic Process, Thuy Mai CEO Kyle Jordan VP Marketing Rachelle Edllund Account Manager John Nguyen CSO Surya Sunkara Opearations Research Analyst MIke Nedeau VP Sales Independent Study in EMGT (Course Topic Robustness in Reverse Logistics) and Six-Sigma Quality courses that helped me to develop

  • The Importance Of Screen Time In The Media

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    For as far back as I remember there has been a strong debate as to whether or not spending too much time in front of a media screen is bad for the youth. In these articles there are two strong positions and sides to the argument. Even though the first article has some valid points on why screen time should be minimized to the youth , which i will explain in this essay, I Personally have to disagree. Especially coming from someone who spent little time with media screens growing up I can explain how

  • Liraz's Argumentative Analysis

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    On the flip side, a suggested alternative to this problem is to make education entirely virtual, or at least a tech-dominated school. In this type of education, children would be taught through a method which they are most familiar—the screen—and as well it would prepare them to function in a tech-dominated world. While at first it may seem like the most achievable option, that does not make it the better option. Games cannot compare to the crucial value of real life experiences, whether it be playing

  • GNU-44 Riper Strike Rocket Case Study

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    • The GNU-44 Viper Strike rocket, conveyed by furnished automatons, has a tungsten sleeve to deliver effective shrapnel. • The 130-round-per-second Phalanx hostile to rocket Gatling firearm, sent on U.S. furthermore, Royal Navy ships, initially utilized DU rounds. They were supplanted with tungsten amalgam, for natural reasons. • 120mm against tank rounds use tungsten military application as a distinct option for DU in preparing. So do the 25mm hostile to tank rounds, on board the M2/M3 Bradley

  • Gaining Access Anywhere and Anytime with Wireless Mobile Networks

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    1.INTRODUCTION 1.1 Objective of the project: With the vast development and deployment of wireless mobile networks such as 3G UMTS, WiMAX and Wi-Fi , mobile networking applications enabling customers to gain network access anywhere and anytime have attracted more and more attention in our daily lives. When the basic functionalities of a wireless network have been in place, customers are now more interested in value added mobile applications over this network. Most mobile

  • Encryption Vs. Encryption : Annotated Bibliography

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    Encryption is a cryptography in which one covers data or information by transforming it into an undecipherable code. Encryption generally uses a predefined parameter or key to perform the data change. Some encryption computations oblige the best approach to be the same length as the message to be encoded yet other encryption counts can take a shot at much more diminutive keys concerning the message. Separating is as often as possible described close by encryption as it’s backwards. Unscrambling of