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Typically a botnet is mentioned in conjunction with a malicious network architecture, but in reality it's just any number of autonomous applications working together over a network.
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In the past, I worked out of Carnegie Mellon University on contracts with NASA Langley (working to develop technical requirements to enable the integration of unmanned aerial systems into the national airspace for commercial applications) and the Office of Naval Research & Aurora Flight Sciences (working to develop autonomous aerial cargo delivery systems for the U.S. Navy with the long-run goal of enabling autonomous casualty evacuation).
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In my spare time, I’ve developed designs for a light-sport aircraft for cross-country flight, an unmanned aerial system for search and rescue, and an unmanned aerial system for applications in precision agriculture (detection and identification of pests/autonomous spraying).
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Fully autonomous car technology is likely to explode onto the market in the next 5-10 years, if not sooner in more limited applications.
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Sounds like an interesting application for an autonomous robot.
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But the tech that's driving the development of drones will see application in other sorts of autonomous and semi-autonomous machines in the future.
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For example, suppose that passengers P1, P2, and P3 share AV1, and friends F1, F2, and F3, share another autonomous vehicle, AV2, and that the “Day Trip” application has been launched on AV1.
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That looks like a good application for a swarm of autonomous drones.
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Autonomous systems have been significantly outperforming humans in many applications for years, including tasks by highly, maybe even excessively, trained individuals.
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In fact, my area of interest has gradually shifted from the usual sort of application development to autonomous robotics in professional maturation.
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Everything that's being read from the hardrive will go into RAM and stay there as long as other applications dont need it.
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I'm submitting one of my applications in a few days and have been crazy anxious all week.
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Hi Tim, really cool to see you release your own application which will be helping a lot of folks out with gaming.
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- From seeing your video's I know you are creating symbolic links to your directory of your application so it points to your virtual drive located on your RAM.
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Now during a successful powerdown of your application, your symbolic link is destroyed and your directory structure is changed back to it's original location.
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- What happens when your application you are running for some reason surpasses your allocated virtual drive?
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I don't know much about moderation, but I'd like to try my hand at it if possible....is there some sort of application process?
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This is where the technologies diverge, and is the reason why the web is truly becoming the place for applications that use the fat client model, and not just pretend stateless UIs.
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If there is one, adjust the settings or remove that application.
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No, SAT score is only useful during college application process, otherwise its meaningless.
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My first trip after a number a years yielded a very intense minty/numbing sensation after sublingual application.
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Since I already have the physician sign their part of the second half of that application.
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You need to be able to install applications on the server, you will have to be able to edit root files in the system and you have to be able to use certain ports.
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For real world application you can also check out 7 Days to Die.
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Developing within a VM, on the same OS environment as your server will allow you to know exactly how your application will work when deployed to production
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There are very few personal problems that cannot be solved through a suitable application of high explosives.
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Factory fueling - most forced induction applications that go heavily above stock power levels require upgrades to fuel injectors and fuel pump, and sometimes also the fuel pressure regulator, fuel rails, and lines / fittings.
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Superspeed has many uses and applications, very few downsides that can't be overcome, but also means that we live a fundamentally different life from others, fitting with a sense of being different and exclusive.
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I think you should use LaTeX for everything in your application package.
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Well, at present, a 'joint' welfare application for a married couple, at least as far as i know in the UK, goes into the man's account.
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Cover how you've used Instruments to measure and troubleshoot performance in applications.
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An i3 will out perform an fx 6300 in many gaming applications, an i5 4460 or especially 4690k will obliterate it.
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Plus, I had several written forms to attach to my application.)
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I really don't understand the issue, everything runs flawlessly on the system but the audio, its just crackly and it gets worse or better depending on what I applications I run.
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So no matter where they go they will be harassed on traffic stops, airport security, school systems, job applications, etc.
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I think that the application of the hybrid technology in the 918, LaFerrari, P1 and Asterion is different than a normal hybrid such as the aforementioned Lexus.
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Factor in some mounting brackets are welded to the end-tanks, and you'll see that this weld is not up to par for this application
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However, its considered good practice to use a strongly typed view model and lessen the usage of ViewBag since it can yield more bugs in larger applications.
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Also, the third monitor is an iMac, but thanks to this application called "synergy".
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- unlike consoles, which are MASSIVELY proprietary, there is a TON of open source and readily available code and libraries that can be included in PC applications (games/etc).
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As such, it'd probably take a day to add UPNP support to an application, whereas a console game may need to implement some or all of the protocol itself (depending on what the console APIs provide)
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I feel like too many people in this thread are focusing on this one application of the drone.
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Kaplan's books are good for the most part, though their content is sometimes skimpy and their questions are more like testing strict content they've mentioned than applications of it based on a passage
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That application looks really interesting, is there any pricing information available earlier or am i just blatantly blind?
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You bring up several points about ease of use for several applications such as baking or temperatures encountered in every-day life.
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On the point of ease of use I would like to point out that the metric system uses base units and modifies them to best fit the application.
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The metric system is universally useful and user-friendly at any scale or application.
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I've done fairly well for myself without one, but most people don't go out of their way to educate themselves, and for that matter many people stop learning (at least by conscious and active application) once they leave school.
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It might be economically prudent to contract their sensor fabrication out to a third-party (Micron, LFoundry or TSMC), or have their own factory make sensors for more applications (a Canon smartphone sensor for instance).
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I've always thought the kids who added "match" at the end were idiots but now that there's a legitimate application for it the stupid news nerds blow it all to hell with union.
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