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Social enterprise is a movement unified by a proposition: that we can change the world by changing the way we do business. This report was written by Frank Villeneuve-Smith and Charlotte Chung, with support from Celia Richardson, Nick Temple and Fran Gorman. Social enterprises are businesses trading for social and environmental purposes. Rather than maximising private profit, their aim is to generate profit to further their social and environmental goals. They want to make the world – or at least their community – a better place. The research was designed by Charlotte Chung and Ceri Jones, with support from Lys Coleman. The field work was carried out by BMG research. Social Enterprise UK would like to thank The Royal Bank of Scotland Group for their sponsorship of this report, and particularly, Sarah Wright for her support. We would like to thank Dai Powell of HCT Group for the generous ‘loan’ of Frank Villeneuve-Smith to work on the project. And thank you also to everyone at Social Enterprise UK, especially, Sam Simmons, Ólöf Jónsdóttir, Ruty Geva and Charlie Wigglesworth. We would like to thank the following organisations for sharing their contacts with us to take part in this survey – Co-operatives UK, National Housing Federation, Locality, Social Enterprise East of England, Social Firms UK, and UnLtd – as well as the many organisations who promoted this survey through their networks. We would also like to thank Fergus Lyon and Rob Baldock (Third Sector Research Centre) and David Floyd for their support. Finally, our thanks to the social enterprises that took time out of busy schedules to take part in this research and the social enterprises that spared the time to be photographed for the report – Belu, Bounce Back, Connection Crew, Elvis & Kresse and Ministry of Stories.
Emerging online collaboration platforms such as Wikipedia, Twitter, or Facebook provide the foundation for socio-technical systems where humans have become both content consumer and provider. Existing software engineering tools and techniques support the system engineer in designing and assessing the technical infrastructure. Little research, however, addresses the engineer’s need for understanding the overall socio-technical system behavior. The eﬀect of fundamental design decisions becomes quickly unpredictable as multiple collaboration patterns become integrated into a single system. We propose the simulation of human and software elements at the collaboration level. We aim for detecting and evaluating undesirable system behavior such as users experiencing repeated update conﬂicts or software components becoming overloaded. To this end, this paper contributes (i) a language and (ii) methodology for specifying and simulating large-scale collaboration structures, (iii) example individual and aggregated pattern simulations, and (iv) evaluation of the overall approach. Keywords: Design Tools and Techniques, System Simulation, Collaboration Patterns, Large-scale Socio-Technical Systems
Examining Large-Scale Regional Variation Through Online Geotagged Corpora Brice Russ Department of Linguistics The Ohio State University http://www.ling.osu.edu/~rbruss 2012 ADS Annual Meeting Brice Russ Dialect Geography on Twitter Introduction Results Conclusions Theory and Background Prior Research Data Collection and Processing Research Question Are textual corpora, collected from the Internet and tagged for location, feasible sources for creating dialect maps and studying regional variation? (e.g. Twitter) Brice Russ Dialect Geography on Twitter Introduction Results Conclusions Theory and Background Prior Research Data Collection and Processing Motivating Implications Online corpora provide more data more quickly Language observed in conversational settings, rather than elicited
Contents What’s New in Xcode 5 Highlights for Xcode 5.1 5 Compatibility 6 Installation 6 Developer Resources 6 About SDKs and the iOS Simulator 6 Project Modernization 7 New Features in Xcode by Release 7 See Also 8 New Features in Xcode 5.1 9 Xcode 5.1 9 New Features in Xcode 5 10 Xcode 5.0.2 10 Xcode 5.0.1 10 Xcode 5.0 10 User Experience Improvements 11 Automatic Configuration 12 Testing 13 Continuous Integration 14 Debugger 15 OpenGL ES Support 16 Interface Builder 17 Source Control and Version Editor 18 Compiler 18 iOS Simulator 19 Instruments 19 Documentation 20 Sprite Kit Support 21 Deprecation and Removal Notice 22 New Features in Xcode 4.6 23 Xcode 4.6 23 2014-03-10 | Copyright © 2014 Apple Inc. All Rights Reserved. 2 Xcode 4.6.1 24 Xcode 4.6.2 24 Xcode 4.6.3 24 New Features in Xcode 4.5 25 New Features in Xcode 4.4 26 LLVM 4.0 Compiler 26 Objective-C Language Features 26 Improved Support for the C++11 Standard 26 Improvements to the Static Analyzer 27 New Interface Builder Support for AppKit Features 27 Scene Kit Editor 27 Code Completion Enhancements 28 Find and Search Additions 28 Source Editor Jump Bar Enhanced 28 Gesture Support Additions for Track Pad Use 29 Notification Enhancement 29...
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In this lesson, students will compare and contrast the needs of indoor and outdoor plants. They will take on responsibility for raising three different types of plants indoors and learn their specific needs. They will chart all steps in the plants’ life cycles and make observations on their growth. Students will also conduct a survey and use the results to make a chart. OBJECTIVES Students will: 1. Categorize survey findings and present their results using a chart. (NYS Learning Standard 1: Language for Information and Understanding, Elementary 1 and Elementary 2) 2. Predict and observe stages in plant growth, in chronological order. (NYS Learning Standard 1: Language for Information and Understanding, Elementary 2 and Standard 1: Analysis, Inquiry, and Design, Elementary 5) 3. Use a calendar and a seed packet to calculate and determine harvest dates for plants. (NYS Learning Standard 1: Language for Information and Understanding, Elementary 2 and NYS Learning Standard 1: Analysis, Inquiry, and Design, Elementary 2) 4. Demonstrate understanding of vocabulary related to plant growth and companion planting by constructing both simple and complex sentences. (NYS Learning Standard 1: Communication Skills, Checkpoint A and B) 5. Investigate differences between indoor and outdoor plants, concerning their needs and how they satisfy them. (NYS Learning Standard 1: Analysis, Inquiry, and Design, Elementary 1 - Scientific Inquiry) 6. Explore rates of plant growth using simple measurement methods, and interpret the data in order to recognize simple patterns or sequences. (NYS Learning Standard 1: Analysis, Inquiry, and Design, Elementary 2 and 3 - Scientific Inquiry) 7. Construct an indoor salad garden using familiar materials. (NYS Learning Standard 1: Analysis, Inquiry, and Design, Elementary 1 - Engineering Design and Standard 5: Technology, Elementary 2) 8. Recognize the differences between indoor and outdoor plants, the interactions between plants, and different growth structures and interactions. (NYS Learning Standard 4: Science, Elementary
Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional software utilizes state-of-the-art finite element auto-meshing capabilities. We are very pleased with Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional, which combines powerful advanced analysis capabilities with the multimaterial design expertise in one structural software package. Without a doubt, this solution helps us better respond to our clients’ challenges and also stay more competitive. Modeling, Analysis, and Design While Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional can enable users to analyze a wide range of structures, the software includes features specifically created for the modeling, analysis, and design of buildings. The building design layout includes floor plane views to more easily create columns and generate beam framing layouts. Engineers can use tools to efficiently add, copy, remove, and edit geometry for similar building stories. David Monti
SolidWorks Electrical 2013 Launching Project Manager On starting SolidWorks Electrical the Projects Manager will be automatically displayed. Through this interface it is possible to open existing projects, create new projects, delete projects, archive, (zip), unarchive, (unzip), create copies of projects or to change the properties of specific projects. There are two tabs listing projects: • • Recent projects: Projects recently opened in SolidWorks Electrical. All projects: All projects created/held within SolidWorks Electrical. Changing the project language The SolidWorks Electrical interface language can be changed via the “Tools->Interface configuration->Application language”. Select the preferred language from the pull down and restart the program to have the changes implemented. 4 3DS.COM © Dassault Systèmes | Confidential Information | 01/02/2012 ref.: Document_Reference | SolidWorks Electrical can be launched from the desktop shortcut or from the Windows Start, Programs, SolidWorks Electrical, SolidWorks Electrical. Alternatively use the desktop shortcut. Application tabs The number of tabs available is automatically updated by SolidWorks Electrical in order to provide tools that are relevant to the work being carried out, so that on opening a Wiring Diagram a Line Diagram tab will be activated, for example. Before opening a project there are a number of tabs that are available. 1. “File” tab 2. “Library” tab Provides tools to manage all the symbol types within SolidWorks Electrical in addition to manufacturers’ part data, and ERP connection. 3. “Tools” tab This tab includes commands to modify the application settings, chat to others connected to the same server, and set up graphic preferences. 4. “Help” tab The help tab accesses a tutorial, supporting documentation, collects information about your system…. 5 3DS.COM © Dassault Systèmes | Confidential Information | 01/02/2012 ref.: Document_Reference | Provides access to the Projects Manager, Quit the program, archive or unarchive environments, create new drawings…...
SolidWorks Electrical Installing SolidWorks Electrical SolidWorks Electrical installation files are available on DVD-ROM or via download. They provide two distinct software installations: • • SolidWorks Electrical SolidWorks Electrical 3D Please note that regardless of whether a Standalone or Client Server installation type has been selected certain processes will be the same, namely if a new SQL instance is to be installed, or if an existing SQL server has been detected. To reduce the size of the document links have been provided to common procedures. 1. Configuration requirements 1.1. SQL data server SolidWorks Electrical includes SQL Server 2008 Express in the installation; this is used to store of the program intelligence, manufacturers’ parts, library symbol descriptions etc. 1.2. System requirements Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 (x64 only). Memory (minimum): 2GB of RAM, 3GB for Windows Vista. Hard disk (minimum): 3GB free space, (for data, server or standalone) + 200MB for the application. Important note for Microsoft Office 2010 users: The 64 bit version of SolidWorks Electrical is not compatible with Microsoft Office 2010 32 bit, when installed on a 64 bit machine. To run SolidWorks Electrical (64 bit version) with Microsoft Office 2010 you must have the 64 bit version of Microsoft Office 2010 installed. (Please note also: Microsoft Office is not required to run SolidWorks Electrical software.) 1.2.1. SolidWorks Electrical 3D/Professional In order to ensure that you have valid system requirements please refer to the page: www.solidworks.com/SystemRequirements.html 3 3DS.COM © Dassault Systèmes | Confidential Information | 01/02/2012 ref.: Document_Reference | This document details the installation of SolidWorks Electrical in either “Standalone” or “Client Server” modes. SolidWorks Electrical is compatible with SolidWorks version 2013 and higher. 3DS.COM © Dassault Systèmes | Confidential Information | 01/02/2012 ref.: Document_Reference | SolidWorks Electrical 3D does not require SolidWorks Routing, (or Premium), to be purchased separately unless you intend to design piping and tubing. 4 Installation instructions Fundamentals To successfully complete the installation, it is essential that the Windows session is run with full Administrator privileges. The "Standalone" installation allows the user to run the software on a single workstation. The databases will be installed locally and are not shared. The "Client Server" installation allows users to share data (symbols, catalogues…) so that several users can work on the same projects data set. When using the downloaded installation run the "Install_sw-e" file. Running the exe file will unpack the contents and automatically launch the installation. Note that the data should not be installed to a root directory, (C:\ for example). A unique directory should be used to store the data, (C:\SolidWorksElectricalData for example). Additionally the SolidWorks Electrical data should not be installed into the same folder as the SolidWorks data. The Setup program automatically recognizes the operating system language and will switch the installation interface to that language. It also detects the presence of any previously installed SolidWorks Electrical on the computer and adapts the interface accordingly. Agreement/Registration On launching the Setup program, if no existing instance of SolidWorks Electrical is located on your system, you will be prompted to accept to the software license agreement. Check on the Accept check box and click the "Next" button to continue. Enter your contact information, and serial number then click the "Next" button to continue. 5 3DS.COM © Dassault Systèmes | Confidential Information | 01/02/2012 ref.: Document_Reference | The client server installation must be run on the computer identified as the "Server".