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GPGPU – Basic Math Tutorial

The goal of this tutorial is to explain the background and all necessary steps that are required to implement a simple linear algebra operator on the GPU: saxpy() as known from the BLAS library. For two vectors x and y of length N and a scalar value alpha, we want to compute a scaled vector-vector addition: y = y+alpha∗x. The saxpy() operation requires almost no background in linear algebra, and serves well to illustrate all entry-level GPGPU concepts. The techniques and implementation details introduced in this tutorial can easily be extended to more complex calculations on GPUs.
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Basic Computer Hardware Tutorial

The term computer hardware refers to the physical components of a computer – basically, the parts and pieces that can be touched or moved, whether inside or outside of the computer. This tutorial will focus on the components that will be used on a day-to-day basis – the parts on the outside. Below is an example of a computer with several common components:
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Care Notebook Tutorial Basic Computer Terminology

You will hear these computer terms used throughout the Tutorial. If you are fairly new to computers, these definitions may be helpful to you in following the directions in this Tutorial. However, the step by step directions provided in the Tutorial will help you navigate fairly easily.
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Photoshop Basic Layers – Table Tutorial

Part One—Basic Layers There are a million different reasons to use layers. You might want to apply fancy filters to a specific area or add text that, days or weeks later, you want to edit. But almost everyone experiences their first giddy, layer-induced thrill when they learn how to use layers to combine objects from different photos into one image. That’s what you’ll learn how to do in this tutorial. Along the way, you’ll find out how to put objects onto different layers and how to combine layers
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Photoshop 6 tutorial: How to Create Basic Colored Shaded Relief

Adobe Photoshop is the graphic arts industry standard software for raster image manipulation. Cartographers can also use Photoshop to create effective colored shaded relief for maps. One important advantage in using Photoshop to create shaded relief is that of familiarity. Most cartographers and graphic artists have Photoshop on their desktop and are skilled in using it for working with images. It is an extremely powerful image-editing tool and a skilled cartographer can make many enhancements to a shaded relief map image once it is rendered.
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Beginner’s Mathematica Tutorial

This document is designed to act as a tutorial for an individual who has had no prior experience with Mathematica. For a more advanced tutorial, walk through the Mathematica built in tutorial located at Help > Tutorial on the Mathematica Task Bar.
Starting the Program
1. Start Mathematica. After the program starts, you should see something similar to that shown in Figure 1.
2. It is possible that the Basic Input Palette is not visible at startup. To activate this window, go File > Palettes > Basic Input
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Adapter Tutorial Tutorial 3 : Invoking SAP BAPI

Adapter TutorialReference: 2005/04/26 Adapter Tutorial Tutorial 3 : Invoking SAP BAPI through the Oracle AS Adapter The Oracle AS Adapter for SAP exposes the SAP BAPIs and RFCs as a Service via WSDL with JCA binding. This tutorial describes how to invoke a SAP BAPI interface and query the inverntory given Material ID. The BPEL process is a synchronous request-response service that invokes the SAP BAPI_MATPHYSINV_GETDETAIL API. Tutorial 3 : Invoking SAP BAPI through the Oracle AS Adapter………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..1 Overview…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 1 Configuring the Oracle AS Adapter for SAP ……………………………………………………………….. 1 To start Oracle AS Adapter Application Explorer……………………………………………………… 1 Configuring a BPEL process to invoke the SAP Service ……………………………………………….. 4 Deploying & Testing the BPEL Process………………………………………………………………………. 8 Overview The Oracle AS Adapter for SAP is part of the Oracle AS Adapter install. The Oracle as Adapter for SAP can be deployed as both a webservice Servlet as well as JCA 1.5 Resource Adapter.
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Basic Travel Guide to Uganda

Basic Travel Guide to UgandaUpdated 5/17/04 Update: June 2005, Lori Uyeno, Global Health Sciences Fellow Basic Travel Guide to Uganda INTRODUCTION: This is a very basic guide to introduce and prepare you for your visit to Uganda. If you have purchased your guidebook already, you probably know most of what you need to know to have a safe and enjoyable journey. The following might just have some few helpful up to date hints. No matter what, Uganda will be an unforgettable experience. Uganda was
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PHOTOSHOP 7 BASIC USER MANUAL

Having successfully completed the Photoshop Module Basic I, you will be able to assist an ILC Client with basic questions concerning opening a document, creating a document, editing a document, copying and pasting within a document, saving a document, copying to and from a Zip disk and printing a document. These skills will be usable on both Macs and PCs.
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Introduction to Netstat Tutorial

Introduction to Netstat TutorialIntroduction to Netstat Tutorial by: LearnSecurityOnline, 05/25/2005 http://www.securitydocs.com/library/3318 What is netstat? Netstat is a versatile tool catered for the windows platform by means of the MS-DOS (now a days referred to as “Command Prompt”) command line. Netstat is also used in other platforms and operating systems apart from Windows such as Unix and Linux. In the following thesis I will demonstrate the security-oriented uses for this basic DOS and bash command designed for the newbie. Note: To access Command Prompt on Windows platforms simply left click the start icon, click run, type “command” or “cmd” (without quotations) in the text box and select open. How does netstat associate with security? The main use of this command is for the quick overview of active ports on your machine and their status, i.e. listening and connected ports, types of ports, and on UNIX, any open streams and a lot of other useful
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