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V3 PDF - Carvin.com
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INSPECT YOUR AMP FOR DAMAGE which may have occurred during shipping. If damage is found, please notify the shipping company and CARVIN immediately. SAVE THE CARTON & ALL PACKING MATERIALS. In the event you have to re-ship your unit, always use the original carton and packing material. This will provide the best possible protection during shipment. CARVIN and the shipping company are not liable for any damage caused by improper packing. SAVE YOUR INVOICE. It will be required for warranty service if needed in the future. SHIPMENT SHORTAGE. If you find items missing, they may have been shipped separately. Please allow several days for the rest of your order to arrive before inquiring. RECORD THE SERIAL NUMBER on the enclosed warranty card or below on this manual for your records. Keep your portion of the card and return the portion with your name and comments to us. Congratulations on your purchase of the V3 all tube amplifier. Carvin has been building tube guitar amplifiers since 1949. They have been used by top professionals like Frank Zappa, Steve Vai, Craig Chaquico, Allan Holdsworth, and other great musicians. You will discover that these amplifiers represent a significant sound improvement over conventional amplifiers. Spend time with your new V3 and get to know its many sounds. TECHNICAL DESIGN OF THE V3 The V3 design criteria was to build a high peformance 3-channel guitar amplifier with an all-tube signal path. The V3 has the ability to produce ultra-high gain and bass heavy sounds with the flexibility to cover all playing styles. The V3 utilizes new ideas built upon proven tube amplifier technology with an extensive set of features.

THE BUSINESS PROCESS MODEL - Enterprise Architect

An introduction to the terminology and icons used in the Business Process Model. Provides a quick introduction to some Unified Modelling Language (UML) concepts and how they are applied in Enterprise Architect's Business Process Model. A business process: Has a Goal Has specific inputs Has specific outputs Uses resources Has a number of activities that are performed in some order May affect more than one organizational unit. Horizontal organizational impact Creates value of some kind for the customer. The customer may be internal or external. Process Models Business Process A business process is a collection of activities designed to produce a specific output for a particular customer or market. It implies a strong emphasis on how the work is done within and organization, in contrast to a product's focus on what. A process is thus a specific ordering of work activities across time and place, with a beginning, an end, and clearly defined inputs and outputs: a structure for action. Connections • Supply link from object Information. A supply link indicates that the information or object linked to the process is not used up in the processing phase. For example, order templates may be used over and over to provide new orders of a certain style - the templates are not altered or exhausted as part of this activity. • Supply link from object Resource. An input link indicates that the attached object or resource is consumed in the processing procedure. As an example, as customer orders are processed they are completed and signed off, and typically are used only once per unique resource (order). • Goal link to object Goal. A goal link indicates the attached object to the business process describes the goal of the process. A goal is the business justification for performing the activity. • Stateflow link to object Output • Stateflow link from event Event. A stateflow link indicates some object is passed into a business process. It captures the passing of control to another entity or process, with the implied passing of state or information from activity to ...

Whitepaper: Business Process Modeling - Tibco

HUMAN INTERVENTION An example of human intervention is a person fills out a form about a problem they’re having and clicks submit. The process is kicked off by a person’s explicit action, but the person who causes the process to start may not be in the BPM environment. They could be in a portal environment or some other environment that hides the nature of the BPM environment from them. SCANNED DOCUMENT Another common way to initiate a process is to have a document arrive in a content management system, and the document requires some sort of process in order to be executed. There are still a lot of processes that are driven by the arrival and scanning of paper documents, but this could be any kind of content that’s added to a content repository. It could be a Word document; it could be an email. Whatever it is, you have a piece of content, you add it to a content repository (for records management or other retention purposes), and there’s typically some sort of process that needs to happen around that document. It could be to gather information from that document, such as keying in transactional data from a scanned application form. It could be a review and approval cycle for an electronic document like a press release. In both cases, the creating and adding of that content to a content repository kicks off a process. EXTERNAL EVENT We can also have external events trigger processes, typically a transaction or an alert from another system. One example of this is a mainframe insurance underwriting application, where it does the underwriting automatically in the mainframe system, but if something goes wrong, and a person needs to look at a particular instance of a process, the mainframe process triggers a process in a BPM system to have someone take a look and resolve the problem. INVOKED AS WEB SERVICE Although external events will often trigger a process by invoking BPM as a web service, I include the invoking of the web service as another way to kick off a process to cover any case where you have a separate application or another...

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Lane is the default branch to be chosen if all other conditions evaluate to false. has a condition assigned that defines whether or not the flow is used. Exclusive Event-based Gateway (instantiate) Each occurrence of a subsequent event starts a new process instance. Complex Gateway Complex merging and branching behavior that is not captured by other gateways. Parallel Event-based Gateway (instantiate) The occurrence of all subsequent events starts a new process instance… Parallel Multiple: Catching all out of a set of parallel events. Terminate: Triggering the immediate termination of a process… Pools (Participants) and Lanes represent responsibilities for activities in a process. A pool or a lane can be an organization, a role, or a system. Lanes subdivide pools or other lanes hierarchically. Message Flow symbolizes information flow across organizational boundaries. Message flow can be attached to pools, activities, or message events. The Message Flow can be decorated with an envelope depicting the content of the message. A Collection Data Object represents a collection of information, e.g., a list of order items. Input A Data Input is an external input for the entire process.A kind of input parameter. Output A Data Output is data result of the entire process. A kind of output parameter. A Data Association is used to associate data elements to Activities, Processes and Global Tasks. The order of message exchanges can be specified by combining message flow and sequence flow. Data Store © 2011 A Data Store is a place where the process can read or write data, e.g., a database or a filing cabinet. It persists beyond the lifetime of the process instance.

Business Process Modeling with EPC and UML Transformation or ...

Today, analysis and design of business processes are the major tasks of business engineering [Scheer (1994), Österle (1997), Hammer et al. (1993), Davenport (1993)]. In research as well as in practice, the Architecture of integrated Information Systems (ARIS) [Scheer (1992)] is accepted as a standard framework for business process (re-)engineering. It supports the whole process management life cycle consisting of process design, process management, process workflow and process application implementation [Scheer (1996)]. The Unified Modeling Language (UML) [Rational Software (editor) (1997)] is a common standard for object-oriented modeling. The UML is derived of a shared set of commonly accepted concepts which have successfully been proven in the modeling of large and complex systems, especially software systems. With the UML extension for business modeling, a first object-oriented UML terminology has been defined for the domain of business modeling. ARIS as well as UML are based on integrated meta models supported by several modeling tools. The core business modeling concepts of both methodologies will first be introduced and compared afterwards. The method of Event-driven Process Chains (EPC) [Keller et al. (1992), Nüttgens (1997)] has been developed within the framework of ARIS in order to model business processes. In the EPC model, a process consists of sequences of events triggering business functions, which are themselves the results of other functions apart from initial events triggering the whole process. By introducing boolean operators (''and'', ''or'', ''exclusive or''), the event-driven control structure can be expanded to a complex control flow illustrating business relevant decisions. This basic model of the EPC can be extended by further semantic components of description. The illustration of data flows, responsibility of organization units and the use of IT systems are examples for such an extension (see figure 1). Furthermore, on the basis of formal descriptions of the EPC method, tool-supported concepts for analysis and simulation are being developed. The approach of Langner/Schneider/Wehler [Langner et al. (1997)] aims at the translation of EPC models into petri networks and at the algorithmic verification of the resulting networks. In contrast to this, the approaches of Rump [Rump (1997)] and of Keller/Teufel [Keller and Teufel (1997)] are based on a formal description of the EPC.

CATIA V5 Introduction User Guide - C CARD

CCARD Ltd is an independent consultancy offering CAE hardware and software installation and customisation services, specialising in CATIA and I-DEAS systems. CCARD also specialises in Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), and supplies, installs and supports OFTP/Odette based ISDN or TCP/IP solutions. In order to continue to provide its customers with the best products and support, CCARD has negotiated exclusive access to a CATIA V5 Introduction User Guide, of unique quality and effectiveness, which is ideal as a cost-effective self-study tutorial. CCARD can be contacted either by telephone on 024-76-226888 by emailing info@ccard.co.uk or via our website at www.ccard.co.uk This extract from the CATIA V5 Introduction User Guide Includes the contents and index pages, together with the full initial worked example, overviews and summary of all examples, of the complete 134 page spirally bound manual. Provides an illustration of the style and content of this and other CATIA V5 User Guides compiled and published by The CAD/CAM Partnership - the leading independent CATIA specialist in the UK. Assumes the availability of a CATIA V5 workstation with a configuration license (such as ‘MD2’) and also familiarity with the CATIA V5 interface, such as use of the mouse buttons and command icons, in order to follow the initial worked example provided as an isolated sample.

myV5 Release 1.1.x -- Starter Application for CATIA V5--Tutorial

S TEP - BY -S TEP -T UTORIAL Orientation Symbols Used in this Tutorial For better orientation in the manual the following symbols are used: Warning triangle The warning triangle refers to critical circumstances , which should be considered i m p e r a t i v e l y in order to avoid s e r i o u s problems in your work.. Hint symbol The light bulb relates to hints , which provide you with practical examples to simplify your work.. Note symbol The hand symbol relates to notes , which you should pay attention to in order to assure that you can work without problems . Info symbol The info symbol relates to background information . It guides through an example for most common usage under WINDOWS. The differences to the use under UNIX are minimal. For UNIX the user requires only to take into account the particularities of this operation system (syntax etc.). NOTE To be able to work on this example, the following working environment is prerequisite: (1) WINDOWS-PC with installed CATIA V5 on it; (2) installed JAVA-runtime-Environment V 1.2.2 or higher; (3) if need be, CATIA license server; (4) if necessary, TransCAT VDFS-Prozessor; (5) if necessary, DC-Start-Tool. HINTS • To make your work with XML files easier, we recommand to use the opensource MXL editor XERLIN that can be downloaded from: http://www.xerlin.org This editor is written in JAVA, and runs as well under WINDOWS as under UNIX. Before downlading, please, pay attention to the license conditions. The use of a XML editor would help you to avoid errors when writing the XML file (which often occur when writing XML text using a simple editor.)

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Android Device - Jelly Bean 4.1.x + - UITS

Make sure that IMAP is enabled in your account before beginning this process and that you have your CatMail Secondary password created. Please refer to Appendices 1 and 2 for more information. 1) Tap the Settings icon from the applications screen. 2) Scroll down until you see the option for Add Account. This will allow you to choose the type of account you are going to add to the smartphone; in this case we will be adding an Email Account 3) Under Set up email, select Others in order to manually enter the rest of the account settings. 4) Click Done with accounts. 5) Under Add email account, tap IMAP account. 6) Under Incoming server settings the User name and Password should already be filled in. Verify that they are correct and make adjustments if necessary. 7) Edit IMAP server setting to read: imap.gmail.com. 8) Tap Security type box and select SSL. This will automatically change the Port to 993, if it does not then manually change it. Tap Next. 9) The system will check your settings and then continue automatically. If there are any errors you will be shown an error message and then put back on the previous screen. Make any necessary corrections until you get past this screen to the next step. ...

Samsung GALAXY S III Software update guide - Jellybean V4.1.2 In ...

Software update guide - Jellybean V4.1.2 In order to update your Samsung GALAXY S III to the latest version of software (Jellybean V4.1.2) please follow the following steps: Step 1 Click on Settings either from your home page or from the applications page Step 2 Scroll down to About device and press on About device Step 3 Select Software update Step 4 Select Update Note: To use Wi-Fi please tick the “Wi-Fi only” option. If “Wi-Fi only” is left un-ticked, 3G/4G connection will be used but will be free of any operator data charges. Step 5 Select OK to proceed with software update Step 6 The phone will check for the update and if it is available download will commence Step 7 Once the download has completed, select Install Step 8 Select OK Step 9 Phone will reboot and software installation will occur Step 10 After installation is complete go back to Settings Step 11 Select About device again Step 12 Check to ensure that under the “Android version” heading it is listed as 4.1.2. If listed as 4.1.2 then update is complete. Note: If “Android version” is not 4.1.2 please repeat Steps 1 to 12 until “Android version” 4.1.2 is displayed

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