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One of a quantitative analysis method for optimizing an object function in a given constraint is called as linear programming. For this method, as the name suggests, the faction of an object must be linear in order for the linear programming to be used effectively.
Oracle NoSQL Database is in many respects, as a NoSQL Database implementation leveraging BerkeleyDB in its storage layer, a commercialization of the early NoSQL implementations which lead to the adoption of this category of technology. Several of the earliest NoSQL solutions were based on BerkeleyDB and some are still to this day e.g. LinkedIn’s Voldemort. The Oracle NoSQL Database is a Java based key-value store implementation that supports a value abstraction layer currently implementing Binary and JSON types. Its key structure is designed in such a way as to facilitate large scale distribution and storage locality with range based search and retrieval. The implementation uniquely supports built in cluster load balancing and a full range of transaction semantics from ACID to relaxed eventually consistent. In addition, the technology is integrated with important open source technologies like Hadoop / MapReduce, an increasing number of Oracle software solutions and tools and can be found on Oracle Engineered Systems.
NoSQL databases have gained popularity in the recent years and have been successful in many production systems. The goal of this document is to understand the current needs that have led to the evolution of NoSQL data stores, why relational database systems were not able to meet these requirements and a brief discussion of some of the successful NoSQL data stores. We will study the common concepts underlying these data stores and how they compromise on ACID properties to achieve high scalability and availability. We also look at how the database community looks at this evolution: will it supersede the RDBMS (or) just a passing cloud? Data management systems began by automating traditional tasks like recording transactions in business, science, and commerce. These systems have evolved over the time from the manual methods through the several stages of automated data management. The idea of relational model emerged with E.F.Codd’s 1970 paper  which made data modeling and application programming much easier than in the past. Beyond the intended benefits, the relational model was well-suited to client-server programming and have proved to be the predominant technology for storing structured data in web and business applications. Applications also evolve with time and pose challenging demands for the data management. As stated by Jim Gray , the most challenging part is to understand the data and find patterns, trends, anomalies and extract the relevant information. With the advent of Web 2.0 applications, the data stores needed to scale to OLTP/OLAP-style application loads where millions of users read and update, in contrast to the traditional data stores. These data stores need to provide good horizontal scalability for the simple...
NEOPHODNA JE fuzija i po "toleranciji" u odnosu na sistem vrednosti LJUDI, gradjen vekovima! (banke, a crkva?).Zasto li je EKUMENIZAM tako popularan? Efekat: a) crkva se konacno, OTVORENO odrice svog "subjekta/objekta verovanja", a zadrzava FORMU, pa manipulacijom na bazi VEROVANJA, postaje (subjektivno-"privredni subjekat", objektivno-"turisticki objekat" a funkcionalno dobija ulogu "vraca" u Indijanskim rezervatima). ******** ЧЕДА БРАДИЋ ДАНИЈЕЛА ВУКОСАВЉЕВИЋ
Oracle NoSQL Database Maqsood Alam Oracle Platform Technology Solutions Agenda • Overview • Architecture • Developing Applications • Administration • Q&A Oracle NoSQL Database OVERVIEW Copyright © 2012, Oracle Corporation. All Rights Reserved. – 3– Oracle NoSQL Database Overview A Distributed, Scalable Key-Value Database • Simple Data Model • Key-value pair with major+minor-key paradigm • Read/insert/update/delete • Scalability Application Application NoSQL DB Driver NoSQL DB Driver • Dynamic data partitioning and distribution • Optimized data access via intelligent driver • High availability • • • • One or more replicas Resilient to partition master failures No single point of failure Disaster recovery through location of replicas • Transparent load balancing • Reads from master or replicas • Driver is network topology & latency aware Storage Nodes Storage Nodes Data Center A Data Center B Oracle NoSQL Database Benefits Simple Programming and Operational Model • Simple Major + Minor key and Value data structure • Application defined • String data type • Major Key and Minor Key can have multiple components • firstname.lastname@example.org, Last Name, First Name, etc. • Simple, consistent transaction model • Conflict resolution not required • ACID transactions • Configurable consistency & durability, where needed • Read consistency • Write durability
Provides TV setup information with sample connection diagrams. Operating Instructions Provides the most detailed information to operate your TV. Experiencing Stunning HD with Your BRAVIA The quality of the image you see on your BRAVIA TV is only as good as the quality of the signal it receives. To experience the stunning detail of your new BRAVIA TV, you need access to HD programming. Your BRAVIA TV can receive and display HD programming from: • • • • Over-the-air broadcasting via HD-quality antenna HD cable subscription HD satellite subscription Blu-ray Disc™ player or other HD compatible external equipment Contact your cable, satellite or HD service provider for information on upgrading to HD programming. 4 The Four Steps to a Stunning HD Experience Set, Source, Sound, and Setup Along with your BRAVIA TV set, a complete HD system requires a source of HD programming, an HD sound system, and a proper connection setup. Refer to the Quick Setup Guide, enclosed separately, for connecting optional equipment. TV Feature Highlights Your BRAVIA comes with many convenient features, such as: ➢ BRAVIA® SyncTM: Allows your BRAVIA TV to communicate with other Sony equipment supporting the Control for HDMI function (page 23). ➢ Digital Media Accessibility: Use the Photo, Music, and Video icons to access photo, music, and video files from Sony USB equipment (page 27). ➢ PIP (Picture in Picture): You can work on your PC and watch your favorite TV program simultaneously (page 24). ➢ Favorites: Your favorite channels and inputs are at your finger tips for easy access (page 25). ➢ Auto Wide Mode: Set your TV to automatically adjust the screen based on the signal resolution (page 25). ➢ Input Selection: Allows you to easily switch between the connected equipment (page 26). ➢ Scene Select: Allows you to easily adjust your TV to the most suitable picture and sound settings based on the scenes for the best quality result for the contents genre you are watching (page 20). 5 Introducing Your New BRAVIA® You can enjoy crisp, clear images, smooth movement, and high-impact visuals from 1080 HD signals as shown here. When you compare a high-definition signal to a standard analog signal, you will notice a big difference in picture quality. If black bars appear as shown here, press WIDE on the remote control to fill the screen.
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Josh Smith is a mobile software artisan who sharpened his teeth for many years in the trenches of .NET programming. Four of those years were spent as a Microsoft MVP thanks to his technical and written contributions in the Client Application Development space. His passion for iOS programming and the future of mobile software compels him to do crazy things like write books in his free time. Josh is a Senior Experience Developer with Cynergy, an agency that designs and develops excellent mobile software experiences. He is blessed with the opportunity to architect and develop complex mobile software solutions for Fortune 500 companies. When he isn’t being a computer geek Josh spends time playing the piano, riding his bicycle, studying whatever topic tickles his fancy, and enjoying quality time with his lovely wife Sarah and their dog Thor. Visit Josh online at iJoshSmith.com or get in touch with him over email at iOSArtisan@gmail.com Complete book available at http://iosfordotnetdevs.com
Introduction 4 Organization of This Document 4 See Also 5 Understanding Accessibility on iOS 6 Accessibility and VoiceOver 6 Why You Should Make Your App Accessible 7 iOS Accessibility API and Tools 7 The UI Accessibility Programming Interface 8 Accessibility Attributes 8 Making Your iOS App Accessible 11 Make User Interface Elements Accessible 11 Make Custom Individual Views Accessible 12 Make the Contents of Custom Container Views Accessible 13 Supply Accurate and Helpful Attribute Information 15 Enhancing Default Attribute Information 15 Crafting Useful Labels and Hints 16 Identifying Appropriate Traits 18 Defining Custom Attribute Information in Interface Builder 19 Defining Custom Attribute Information Programmatically 21 Enhance the Accessibility of Table Views 23 Make Dynamic Elements Accessible 24 Make Nontextual Data Accessible 26 Document Revision History 28 2012-02-16 | Copyright © 2012 Apple Inc. All Rights Reserved.