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large-scale linked data processing: cloud computing ... - Web of Data

Processing large volumes of Linked Data requires sophisticated methods and tools. In the recent years we have mainly focused on systems based on relational databases and bespoke systems for Linked Data processing. Cloud computing offerings such as SimpleDB or BigQuery, and cloud-enabled NoSQL systems including Cassandra or CouchDB as well as frameworks such as Hadoop offer appealing alternatives along with great promises concerning performance, scalability and elasticity. In this paper we state a number of Linked Dataspecific requirements and review existing cloud computing offerings as well as NoSQL systems that may be used in a cloud computing setup, in terms of their applicability and usefulness for processing datasets on a large-scale. Although there are more and more data sources that are available over the Web, it is still relatively rare that a dataset is linked to another one. An important trend over the past decade has been the growing awareness of the importance of “light-weight” approaches to integrating data. The argument for lightweight approaches was best made in (Franklin et al., 2005). With these approaches the goal is to create loosely integrated “dataspaces” instead of completely integrated databases or distributed databases.

Tech Bulletin - Harley Davidson - PAC Audio

techsupport@go2pac.com. RADIO AUDIO CONTROL. Cut here before the joint. Connect handlebar side to ground. 560. Connect this wire to SWC input of ... 1. On the [24A] connector, cut PK/W wire - pin #9, before the joint and connect the handle bar side to ground. Insulate the remaining wire. Note: Double check that the handle bar side is grounded and not the other side. 99% of technical calls is the result of the wrong pk/w wire side is grounded. 2. On the [27B] connector, splice PK/W - pin #3 and GN/BE - pin #23 together with a 47 ohm resistor inline. Splice GY/W - pin #4 and GY/GN together with a 150 ohm resistor inline. Splice V/BK - pin #5 and BN/BK - pin #8 together with a 1k resistor inline. Connect all remaining ends of resistors together and connect to SWC input wire of interface. 3. Connect BN/W - pin #6 to ground with a 560 ohm resistor inline. Pacific Accessory Corporation - 1502 S. Santa Fe Street, Santa Ana, CA 92705 www.go2pac.com Voice: 714-835-3022 Fax: 714-835-3233 techsupport@go2pac.com

2006 Harley Davidson Street Bob Internal Handlebar Wiring 2008 ...

A riders view of the wires. On the left hand grip they are the ones closest to the ground. The right grip has the wires, the throttle cables and the front brake line The project is running the electrical wiring for the hand switches through the handlebars. The wires are just plain ugly. Start by marking where all your hand controls are located and how the bars are currently mounted. I used a sharpie and just put some tick marks near the grips and by the center clamp. This makes putting everything back together easy. Also mark out where you want your holes to go. Take your time on these measurements. We need to remove the gas tank to get to the wires. Take the fuel pump fuse out, then start the bike. After it dies run the starter for three seconds. Then disconnect the high pressure fuel line (warning it sprays a little gas at you, use a rag to block it). Remove the instrument panel. Finish removing the gas tank. Disconnect the tube that allows the gas to flow from the left side to the right side. Make sure your container is large enough to catch all the gas. Cleanup all spilled gasoline. Remove the bolts that hold the tank on, disconnect the fuel gauge and the gas escape line from the fuel tank. There should be nothing holding the tank on now, just remove it. If you didnt drain all the gas you will spill some more all over. Now the tank is removed. Put it in a good place so that you wont knock it over on accident.

wiring diagram ssvr-12 (12 volt) for harley davidson - Zodiac

231731/231904/731513 SSVR-12 (12 VOLT) FOR HARLEY DAVIDSON SSVR-12 is an all solid state voltage and current regulator designed expressly for Harley-Davidson two (2) brush generators. It offers greater reliability and smoother voltage regulation than the mechanical regulator it replaces. It will easily keep any electric or kick start battery charged at the correct rate. Its unique output will safely operate the lights WITHOUT the use of a battery if your motorcycle is equipped with a magneto ignition. Ideal for states that require lights on at all times. WARRANTY SSVR-12 is warranteed against circuit failure for 1 full year. It is made in Japan. GENERATOR and BATTERY Make sure brushes are good. Armature commutator must be clean. Battery terminals must be clean, acid up to level and a good ground connection. Be sure your battery will hold a charge and does not have an open or dead cell. If in doubt replace same. INSTRUCTIONS 1) Mount SSVR-12 to grounded part of bike where some air flow is possible. Do not rubber mount. 2) Locate (F) field and (A) armature markings stamped on top of generator case. 3) (a) Connect RED wire from SSVR-12 to (A) post on generator. (b) Connect GREEN wire from SSVR-12 to (F) post on generator. (c) Connect BLACK wire from SSVR-12 to positive (+) battery terminal or to battery position on switch. A 20 AMP fuse is recommended. 4) NO BATTERY operation, connect BLACK wire to light switch. WIRING DIAGRAM CHARGING LIGHT IF USED BLACK RED SSVR-12 20 AMP FUSE B IG GREEN + A F LT GEN. KEY SWITCH AMP METER IF USED BATT POLARIZE Generator MUST be polarized. Use jumper lead and momentarily touch positive battery terminal to (A) post on generator. WITHOUT battery, use the following procedure: Any battery with correct voltage may be used Ground negative (-) side of battery to frame, connect positive (+) side of battery to (A) post on generator momentarily. Generator is now polarized. Remove battery.

Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams 4 stroke ...

Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ... Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ...Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ...Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ...Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ...Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ...Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ...Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ...Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ...Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ...Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ...Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ...Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ...Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ...Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ...Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ...Page 1. Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson. 1961-1976 Wiring Diagrams. 4 stroke Sprint models: Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8 ...

1961-1976 Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson Wiring Diagrams

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Installation Instructions for Model PA500M-CHP2 Harley Davidson ...

PA500M-CHP2 to 100 watts is described in the Service Manual (Federal Part No. 255237). NOTE The lives of people depend on your safe installation of Federal products. It is important to read, understand and follow all instructions shipped with the products. In addition, listed below are some other important safety instructions and precautions you should follow: • • To properly install an electronic siren: you must have a good understanding of motorcycle electrical procedures and systems, along with proficiency in the installation and use of safety warning equipment. The PA500M-CHP2 comes factory set for a 58-watt output. An optional Model MNCT Microphone can be added to utilize the public address capability of the electronic siren. B. SIREN CHASSIS INSTALLATION. Before attempting installation, insure that the parts shown in the Kit Contents List (paragraph D.) have been included. All effective sirens and horns produce loud sounds which may cause, in certain situations, permanent hearing loss. You should take appropriate safety precautions such as wearing hearing protection. 1. Insert two shock mount grommets into the large holes in each (2) mounting bracket (see figure 1). • DO NOT connect this system to the motorcycle’s wiring harness until installation is complete, and you have verified that there are no short circuits to ground. 2. Secure a mounting bracket to the chassis with two (each) #10 thread forming hex. head screws and #10 flat washers as shown in figure 1. Secure the other mounting bracket with like hardware. • When drilling into a vehicle structure, be sure that both sides of the surface are clear of anything that could be damaged. • In order for the electronic siren to function properly, the ground connection must be made to a solid chassis component and not to an insulated point.

Cisco Small Business AP541N Dual-band Single-radio Access Point ...

AP541N Dual-band Single-radio Access Point Quick Start Guide Package Contents • Cisco AP541N Dual-band Single-radio Access Point that includes an IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n radio. • Three antennas (These might be black or black-and-silver. This does not affect performance.) • Screws and wallboard anchors • Cat 5e Ethernet cable • Power supply • This quick start guide • Product CD-ROM Welcome Thank you for choosing the Cisco Small Business AP541N. The Cisco AP541N, part of the Cisco Smart Business Communications System (SBCS), is an 802.11n wireless access point purposely built for the Small Business. This guide is designed to familiarize you with the general layout of the access point, how to deploy the device in your network, and access the configuration interface. Your access point has more features or functionality than what is described in this guide. For additional configuration information, see the Cisco AP541N Administration Guide available at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10492/ prod_maintenance_guides_list.html. 1 Getting to Know the Cisco AP541N This section describes the exterior of the access point. Front Panel LEDs all Cisco Sm s Pro Busines t RESET PWR PoE DIAG SPEED LAN WLAN 2.4G Cisco AP541N Dual-band Single-radio Access Point Quick Start Guide Access Poin 235174 Radio d Single Dual Ban AP54 1N WLAN 5G 1 CAUTION Before you connect your access point to the network or power it on, read the “Getting Started with the Configuration” section....

changing oil in the kawasaki vulcan vn2000 - Kawasaki Vulcan 2000

(based on a 2005 model) by tensman1 Preparing the motorcycle: 1. To start, level the motorcycle – my preference is to put a spacer blocks under the kickstand on the left side of the motorcycle and under the frame on the right side of the bike just under the frame member. These blocks are made from scrap lumber. 6” I find it is easier to set the right side block first as shown and tilt the motorcycle until the frame contacts the block, then, holding the handlebars, kick the left side block under the kickstand. 2 7/8”” NOTE: This dimension may not be correct for 2004 models as the 2005 models have a different kickstand – the 2004 model will likely be thicker. To be sure your blocks are the correct thickness the first time, lay a level across the luggage rack as shown. You may need to shim them slightly to hold the bike dead level. Or, in the absence of a luggage rack, the seat will do: 2. Get the necessary tools ready: Small funnel Oil filter wrench – I like the band type shown, but a metal strap type will work. 14 mm box wrench h And, of course, some sort of container that will catch about 6 quarts of oil – I’d use a container to hold about 10 quarts. I use the same drain pan for my truck. And, of course, at least 6 quarts of oil and a filter. I prefer to use KawChem 10w-40 and Kaw filters. I usually buy my oil in gallon containers, makes filling quicker. 3. Locate the drain points:...

Programmer's Reference Guide - Zend Framework 1.10.x

Programmer's Reference Guide: Zend Framework 1.10.x Publication date 01/27/2010 by mikaelkael (SVN 20684) Copyright © 2005-2010 Zend Technologies Inc. (http://www.zend.com) Table of Contents I. Introduction to Zend Framework .................................................................................... 1 Overview ................................................................................................................. 3 Installation ............................................................................................................... 4 II. Learning Zend Framework ........................................................................................... 5 Zend Framework Quick Start .................................................................................... 8 1. Zend Framework & MVC Introduction ........................................................... 8 1.1. Zend Framework ............................................................................... 8 1.2. Model-View-Controller ....................................................................... 8 2. Create Your Project ................................................................................... 10 2.1. Install Zend Framework ................................................................... 10 2.2. Create Your Project ......................................................................... 10 2.3. The Bootstrap ................................................................................. 11 2.4. Configuration ................................................................................... 12 2.5. Action Controllers ............................................................................ 12 2.6. Views ............................................................................................. 13 2.7. Checkpoint ...................................................................................... 15 3. Create A Layout ........................................................................................ 15 4. Create a Model and Database Table ........................................................... 18 5. Create A Form ........................................................................................... 28 6. Congratulations! ......................................................................................... 31 Autoloading in Zend Framework ............................................................................. 33

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