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To Start Speech Recognition in Windows 7 1. Go to the Start button . 2. Click on Control Panel. 3. Click on Search box in the upper right-hand corner. Figure 1: Speech Recognition Bar 4. Type “Speech”. 5. Click on Speech Recognition. 6. Click on Start Speech Recognition. 7. Click on Next. 8. Select the type of microphone you are using and click on Next. 9. Check the position of your microphone and click on Next. 10. Read the sentence provided and click on Next. Note: You can proceed to the next page only after reading the sentences. 11. Click on Next. 12. Choose “Disable document review” radio button and click on Next. 13. Choose “Voice activation mode” radio button and click on Next. 14. Click on Next. 15. Click on Next. Note: you can access the list of commands the computer can respond to later if you do not want to print it out at this time (see “To View Common Speech Recognition Commands” below) 16. Click on Next. Note: you can uncheck “Run Speech Recognition at startup” box if you do not want Speech Recognition to start automatically. 17. Click on Start Tutorial if you are new to Speech Recognition or Skip Tutorial Note: you can take the tutorial at another time (see “To Start Speech Tutorial” instructions below). pg. 3 To Open Speech Recognition at Startup Figure 2: Speech Recognition Menu Options 1. Right-click on Speech Recognition Bar to get a list of options (see figure 2). 2. Move mouse over Options. 3. Click on Run at startup from the sub-menu. To Start Speech Tutorial 1. Right-click on Speech Recognition Bar. 2. Click on Start Speech Tutorial. How to Control the Microphone 1. Say “start listening” or click the Microphone to start the listening mode. 2. Say “stop listening” or click the Microphone to stop the listening mode. To Improve Speech Recognition Accuracy 1. Right-click on Speech Recognition Bar. 2. Move mouse over Configuration. 3. Click on Improve Voice Recognition from the sub-menu. 4. Follow the Speech Recognition Voice Training tutorial.
Based on recommendations from the Prostate Cancer Clinical Guideline Panel of the American Urological Association The AUA Foundation is the nation’s leading voluntary urological healthcare organization that promotes research, patient/public education and advocacy. Our mission is to improve prevention, detection, treatment and, ultimately cure urologic diseases. This information is not intended to substitute for a consultation with a urologist. It is offered to educate the patient and his or her family on the basis of urology conditions in order to get the most out of their office visits and consultations. © C o p y r i g h t 2 0 0 8 A m e r i c a n U ro lo g i c a l A s s o c i at i o n F o u n dat i o n Th e M a n ag e m e n t o f L o c a l i z e d P ro s tat e C a n c e r : P at i e n t G u i d e 3 Figure 1. What is the prostate? BLADDER SEMINAL VESICLE URETHRA RECTUM PROSTATE As a man ages, his chance of having prostate cancer increases. Prostate cancer is the second most common type of cancer found in American men. It is the second leading cause of cancer death among American men. However, with advancements in cancer screening and treatment, the death rate for prostate cancer is going down. TESTICLE Fairman Studios, LLC The prostate is part of the male reproductive system. It is about the same size as a walnut and weighs about an ounce. As pictured in Figure 1, the prostate is below the bladder and in front of the rectum. The prostate goes all the way around a tube called the urethra. The urethra carries urine from the bladder out through the penis. The main job of the prostate is to make fluid for semen. During ejaculation, sperm made in the testicles moves to the urethra. At the same time, fluid from the prostate and the seminal vesicles also moves into the urethra. This mixture—semen—goes through the urethra and out the penis.
With Webstore Associates, you can feature products from Amazon.com on your Webstore. If you have Amazon Checkout enabled, customers can purchase your Webstore products and Amazon products at the same time. Amazon Associate product detail pages will appear the same as your products, giving your Webstore a consistent theme and brand. When customers purchase Amazon products from your Webstore, you can receive Amazon Associates revenue, and receive ratings and reviews from Amazon.com. Webstore Associates also supports widgets that display Amazon.com products such as the Associates Search Query and Amazon Associates widgets. Webstore Associates supports an integrated cart and checkout experience where customers may checkout with both Associates (Syndicated) products as well your Webstore products. IMPORTANT: Webstore Associates only supports Webstore sellers who have the Amazon Checkout option. Amazon Checkout must be enabled in order to use this widget. Webstore sellers may optionally link to the Amazon Associates program to receive commission. Amazon Associates program, not Webstore, is solely responsible for commission, eligibility, and registration of Amazon Associates. Enabling the Webstore Associates Feature Webstore Associates is a self-service feature. Once your Webstore is enabled for Webstore Associates, use Webstore Associates-enabled widgets to display Amazon products on your Webstore. To enable Webstore Associates: 1. From Seller Central, on the Settings tab click Control Panel. 2. Under General Webstore Settings, click Associates Configuration. The Amazon Associates for Webstore page appears. 3. Check the box next to Enable Associates for your Webstore. 4. In Associate Tracking ID type your associate's tracking ID. Your Associates Tracking ID can be found on the upper right hand corner of the Amazon Associates homepage. 5. Select the Associate filters you wish to apply by checking the box. Amazon Offers only: Display only items sold by Amazon.com. Prime Offers only: Display only Prime-eligible offers.
This paper explores the effects of bank credit on firm growth before and after the recent financial crisis outbreak, taking into account different structural characteristics of the banking sector and the domestic economy. The econometric method of panel quantiles is used on a large sample of 2075 firms operating in the euro area (17 countries) for the period 2005-2011. The main results of this paper indicate a strong dependence of firm growth on credit expansion before the crisis. However, post-2008, the credit crunch seems to seriously affect only slow-growth firms and especially those operating in domestic bank-dominated economies. Furthermore, the classification of firms in groups by size yields interesting results: the credit crunch exhibits a strong impact on small firms only. Separate estimates for more and less financially developed economies show that the credit crunch matters mainly in countries with a lower degree of financial development. Moreover, our findings reveal that the degree of banking concentration affects firm growth in a negative way in most estimates. Finally, risk and financial stability matter for firm growth for the total sample and for domestic bank-dominated economies, while in general they do not matter when markets are dominated by foreign banks. Keywords: Credit Crunch; Firm Growth; Foreign Bank Penetration; Banking Concentration; Financial Crisis; Panel Quantile Regressions; Financial Development JEL classification: E51; L25; L10; G21 Acknowledgments: Thanks are due to Heather Gibson and participants at the EARIE 2013 and ASSET 2013 conferences for many useful and insightful comments and suggestions. Correspondence: Helen Louri Bank of Greece, 21 E. Venizelos Ave., 10250 Athens, Greece. Tel.: +30 210 320 2007 Email: email@example.com
OMRON created the B6T series of touch-sensing ICs, to offer an extremely fast methodology for developing an appliance touch panel and firmware, to implement its operation; this occurs in the briefest period of time. Thus, OMRON is making use of its expertise & know-how, in the form of software, to allow for quick product development. The B6T series offers a circuit design support tool called the Workbench, which has eliminated the need for expertise or know-how in the analog circuitry required for installation in devices and allows simple use, by anybody, with a basic knowledge of digital circuitry. In the appliance industry, the above relates to a quick turn-around, when a new product platform is in-place, with a tight-schedule. Once the touch panel is designed, the development time, regarding the firmware, can be reduced to hours & days, from weeks & months! The B6T series has integrated detecting and processing functions, into a single-chip IC; this makes it possible to adjust sensitivity, using software. The above achieves a highly-reliable package, including noise processing, and operating environment compensation while maintaining excellent flexibility. In the case of the 4-channel device, the chip is a sensing IC to detect micro capacitances and can be used in appliance touch sensing panels. Internally, the chip employs the 16 bit CMOS process and is contained in a 20-pin SSOP plastic package. The IC has 4 independent measurement pins, each of which can measure capacitance independently. On/off output or serial communication output can be selected as the output form. The IC is provided with an EEPROM that can stores the end-customer’s parameter set; this would include momentary vs. toggle, threshold levels, single vs. serial output mode, to name a few. The IC is available in 4 and 8 channel, with the 16 channel available the beginning of 2007. The 8 channel B6TS IC is appropriate for use in laundry controls, refrigeration, range hoods, dish washers, and other designs where the input count is applicable.
This practice provides installation and maintenance procedures for the ADTRAN ™ AC/DC Power Supply and Battery Charger (PS/BC). Figure 1 is a front and back illustration of the PS/BC. Revision History This is the initial release of this document. Future revisions will be made in this subsection. Features Features of the PS/BC, P/N 1175043L3, include the following: • • • • • • • • • • Compact design. Versatile mounting arrangements. All mounting hardware included. Built-in fuse. Multi-feature status LED. Modular connections. Positive ground. Uninterrupted power output (if battery backup connected). FCC and UL 60950 compliant. Complies with GR-1089-CORE and GR-63-CORE. 2. DESCRIPTION The AC/DC PS/BC provides -54 VDC to the Power Supply unit in various supported product systems. The PS/BC receives 115 VAC through a standard plug and wall socket. Some of the more common supported ADTRAN systems include: • Total Access 750/850 • Total Access OPTI-3 • MX2800/2810 • NIU3 (single mount housing, 3-slot shelf, 12-slot shelf) • Battery Backup Units Refer to your product documentation to verify compatibility with the PS/BC. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by ADTRAN could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. Fuse A 3 Amp fuse on the back panel protects the unit from over current. The fuse isolates the AC input from the power supply in the event of a fault. The fuse is replaced by twisting the...
Atene, 14 giugno 2014 – Nella cornice del congresso congiunto ESH-ISH di Atene, durante un evento ospitato dal gruppo farmaceutico Daiichi Sankyo, un panel di esperti europei ha presentato ai media nuovi schemi terapeutici utili ai medici di medicina generale per la gestione dell’ipertensione. Questi schemi, delineati in uno studio di prossima pubblicazione coordinato dal Prof. Massimo Volpe, Direttore Unità Operativa Complessa di Cardiologia – Dipartimento di Medicina Clinica e Molecolare, Facoltà di Medicina e Psicologia Università di Roma “Sapienza” – Azienda Ospedaliera Sant’Andrea , tentano di dare una risposta a una delle maggiori sfide poste dall’ipertensione: la scarsa aderenza alle terapie attualmente disponibili.
For more information, contact your local Motion Reseller or Motion Representative. © 2014 Motion Computing, Inc. All rights reserved. Motion and Motion Computing are registered trademarks of Motion Computing, Inc . www.MotionComputing.com Subaru Forester Install Guide 1) Using plas7c trim panel removal tools, carefully release the radio trim panel as shown. For more information, contact your local Motion Reseller or Motion Representative. © 2014 Motion Computing, Inc. All rights reserved. Motion and Motion Computing are registered trademarks of Motion Computing, Inc . www.MotionComputing.com Subaru Forester Install Guide 2) Release the upper and lower cable looms from the radio trim panel as shown. 3) Remove the radio trim panel as shown. For more information, contact your local Motion Reseller or Motion Representative. © 2014 Motion Computing, Inc. All rights reserved. Motion and Motion Computing are registered trademarks of Motion Computing, Inc . www.MotionComputing.com Subaru Forester Install Guide 4) Remove the four screws retaining the radio head unit as shown. For more information, contact your local Motion Reseller or Motion Representative. © 2014 Motion Computing, Inc. All rights reserved. Motion and Motion Computing are registered trademarks of Motion Computing, Inc . www.MotionComputing.com Subaru Forester Install Guide 5) Disconnect the cable looms and antenna from the rear of the radio head unit as shown. For more information, contact your local Motion Reseller or Motion Representative. © 2014 Motion Computing, Inc. All rights reserved. Motion and Motion Computing are registered trademarks of Motion Computing, Inc .
IMPORTANT Before starting, compare items on your invoice with items received. Carefully check through packaging material. If any item is missing, please call Crutchfield Technical Support at 1-800-955-9094. Inside... Although reasonable attempts are made to verify the accuracy of the information contained in this MasterSheet, it is presented without warranties or guarantees of any type due to the constantly changing nature of this type of information and running changes in vehicle production. Any person or entity using this information does so at his or its own risk. If you find our instructions are different from your vehicle, or if you have questions, do not continue with your installation. Contact our toll-free technical support for assistance. *0000500021* Page 2-3 Factory Radio Removal 4 factory Receiver Installation (w/ochanger) CD 5 Receiver Installation (with factory CD changer) 6-7 Front Door Speakers 8-9 Rear Door Speakers Phillips Screwdriver Small Flat Blade Screwdriver Panel Tool Drill & 1/8" Bit Tools Required * If you need additional wiring information, visit us online at www.crutchfield.com/support/faq.html Note: At this time, no aftermarket antenna is available from Crutchfield. A replacement antenna may be purchased from a local dealership. R Copyright 2011 Crutchfield Corporation 050 0021 Factory Radio Removal FIGURE 1 FIGURE 2 1. Set parking brake. Gear Shift Trim 2. Before proceeding, eject disc(s) from factory unit if present. Receiver Trimpanel 3. Disconnect negative battery cable to prevent any electrical short. Receiver 4. The gear shift must be moved to the lowest position. This can be done (when the ignition switch is off) by prying up the tab in the top right of the gear shift trim and depressing the exposed button to release the gear shift lever (see Figure 2). 5. Pry around gear shift trim to release clips. Lift trim, disconnect harness and remove (Figure 1). 6. Remove two (2) phillips screws from bottom of receiver trimpanel (Figure 2).