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  • Replay conditions default matrix genable sos satcorr = 1 genable hms satcorr = 2000 Chungchen s angle corrections turned on This parameterization needs to be applied IN ADDITION TO the existing sos saturation correction NB see important correction
  • Now click on Create New Parameterization in the Linear Model menu Include both genes and controls in the linear model
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  • LH2 parameterization dens g cm3 = 0 08163+0 10309E 03 T 0 31262E 04 T 2 LD2 parameterization dens g cm3 = 0 1864+0 79270E 03 T 0 75279E 04 T 2 Eg LH2 at 19 0 K parameterization = 0 07230 g cm^3
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  • Grid | Data Options section of the Environment Options dialog to get more information about grid modes offered by SQL Manager Click the Next button to proceed to the
  • Grid | Data Options section of the Environment Options dialog to get more information about grid modes offered by SQL Manager Click the Next button to proceed to the
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  • how to view the parameterization either as a simple comparison between the two RNA types or as a design matrix From the Linear Model menu click on View Existing Parameterization There is only one parameterization to choose from Swirl vs Wild Type see below so click OK
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  • Figure 4 Slices of the GEM ETTA parameterization of salinity in the Cape Basin Both SSH and tau have been referenced to 1500 dbar Approximately 640 hydrographic profiles were used in
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  • Parameterized piston engine assembly in Rhino 3D Model is created with Rhino, parameterization is done by Ledas Driving Dimension plug-in, based on LGS 3D geometric solver.
  • Multi Model ***ysis Rt is a free computer program for reliability ***ysis. It contains the classical ***ysis tools, including FORM and sampling. A distinguishing feature is its focus on the probabilistic models that enter the reliability ***ysis. Although the option of algebraic limit-state expressions is readily available, modern reliability ***ysis entail more complex models. Comprehensive hazard models, finite element infrastructure models, and wide-ranging consequence models are included. Rt features a pioneering user interface. Multiple panes are available to create data and ***ysis tools. Various plots visualize input and results. A link with Google Maps visualizes regional results. You can even change ***ysis parameters while the ***ysis is running! See the first video tutorial for a demonstration. Rt is object-oriented and fully parameterized. The user creates individual objects for parameters (random variables, decision variables, constants, and model responses), as well as for the models. The communication between models is a pioneering feature, which is facilitated by this parameterization. Importantly, other engineering software can be employed as a model. Interfaces with OpenSees and EMME are already included and more is underway. In other words, we are no longer maintaining the reliability and optimization module of OpenSees at UBC. Instead, reliability and optimization tools are included in Rt and an interface is available to make use of the finite element capabilities ...
  • Parameterized clamp assembly in Rhino 3D Model is created with Rhino, parameterization is done by Ledas Driving Dimension plug-in, based on LGS 3D geometric solver.
  • SandStorm Tutorial Recorder Parameterization Part I This tutorial provides information on basic parameterization options that are provided by SandStorm. It gives information on UI parameterization options and JavaScript editor. It helps the user in parameterizing the test case for correct simulation of real world.
  • Sahi : Demo 2 Parameterization This video demonstrates the capability of Sahi to do testing using parametrization. With this, we can automate testing so that we can run the web application with different values and observe its behavior.
  • Efficient parameterization Change Dimensions in Real-Time
  • Parameterizing Keyword Tests in TestComplete 8 This video demonstrates how you can create and use parameters in automated keyword-driven tests. Parameters allow you to pass data into keyword-driven tests or between tests. By replacing hard-coded values in your automated keyword-driven tests with parameters, you can create more flexible and efficient tests that can be reused with multiple sets of data.
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  • Meshless Thin-shell Simulation Based on Global Conformal Parameterization Xiaohu Guo, Xin Li, Yunfan Bao, Xianfeng Gu, Hong Qin: in IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (TVCG), Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. 375-385, 2006.
  • Parameterization calculus Calculus on the parameterization of the cycloid
  • - Parameterization Part 3 This video is the continuation of Video " - Parameterization_Part 2 " . Also visit
  • IGT: Inverse Geometric Textures Preserving details from a high resolution reference model onto lower resolution models is a complex, and sometimes daunting, task as manual intervention is required to correct texture misplacements. Inverse Geometric Textures (IGT) is a parameterization independent texturing technique that allows preservation of texture details from a high resolution reference model onto lower resolutions, generated with a given simplification method. IGT uses a parameterization defined on the reference model to generate an inversely parameterized texture that stores, for each texel, a list of all triangles that mapped onto it. This way, for any valid texture coordinate, IGT can know the point and the triangle of the detailed model that was projected, allowing application of details from the reference model onto the fragment from the low-resolution model. IGT is encoded in compact data structures and can be evaluated quickly. Furthermore, the high resolution model can have its own independent, secondary parameterization, so that no additional effort is required to directly use artist-designed content.
  • Automated Extraction of Parameterized Motions Automated Extraction and Parameterization of Motions in Large Data Sets by Lucas Kovar and Michael Gleicher Large motion data sets often contain many variants of the same kind of motion, but without appropriate tools it is difficult to fully exploit this fact. This paper provides automated methods for identifying logically similar motions in a data set and using them to build a continuous and intuitively parameterized space of motions. To find logically similar motions that are numerically dissimilar, our search method employs a novel distance metric to find ``close'' motions and then uses them as intermediaries to find more distant motions. Search queries are answered at interactive speeds through a precomputation that compactly represents all possibly similar motion segments. Once a set of related motions has been extracted, we automatically register them and apply blending techniques to create a continuous space of motions. Given a function that defines relevant motion parameters, we present a method for extracting motions from this space that accurately possess new parameters requested by the user. Our algorithm extends previous work by explicitly constraining blend weights to reasonable values and having a run-time cost that is nearly independent of the number of example motions. We present experimental results on a test data set of 37000 frames, or about ten minutes of motion sampled at 60 Hz.
  • Feature-based 3D Morphing based on Geometrically Constrained Spherical Parameterization Feature-based 3D Morphing based on Geometrically Constrained Spherical Parameterization Theodoros Athanasiadis, Ioannis Fudos, C. Nikou and V. Stamati www.cs.uoi.gr Current trends in free form editing motivate the development of a novel editing paradigm for CAD models beyond traditional CAD editing of mechanical parts. To this end, we need robust and efficient 3D mesh deformation techniques such as 3D structural morphing. In this paper, we present a feature-based approach to 3D morphing of arbitrary genus-0 polyhedral objects that is appropriate for CAD editing. The technique is based on a sphere parameterization process built on an optimization technique that uses a target function to maintain the correspondence between the initial polygons and the mapped ones, while preserving topology and connectivity through a system of geometric constraints. Finally, we introduce a fully automated feature-based technique that matches surface areas (feature regions) with similar topological characteristics between the two morphed objects and performs morphing according to this feature correspondence list. Alignment is obtained without user intervention based on pattern matching between the feature graphs of the two morphed objects.
  • - Parameterization Part 2 This video is the continuation of Video " - Parameterization_Part 1" Also visit
  • Appearance Preserving Octree Texture Because of their geometric complexity, high resolution 3D models, either designed in high-end modeling packages or acquired with range scanning devices, cannot be directly used in applications that require rendering at interactive framerates. One clever method to overcome this limitation is to perform an "appearance preserving" geometry simplification, by replacing the original model with a low resolution mesh equipped with high resolution normal maps. This process preserves small scale visual features from the initial geometry, while only requiring a reduced set of polygons. However, this conversion usually relies on some kind of global or piecewise parameterization, combined with the generation of a texture atlas, a process which is computationally expensive and requires accurate user supervision. In this paper, we propose an alternative method in which the normal field of a high resolution model is adaptively sampled and encoded in an octree-based data structure, that we call "appearance preserving octree-texture" (APO). Our main contributions are: a normal-driven octree generation, a compact encoding and a fast look-up algorithm. Our method is efficient, totally automatic and avoids the expensive creation of a parameterization with its corresponding texture atlas. Project page: user.cs.tu-
  • Catherine Rio GISS Lunch Seminar 20101201 Title: Improving the representation of clouds in general circulation model (GCM) simulations through ***ysis of cloud resolving model (CRM) results and field data Abstract: The purpose of this study is to improve our understanding of the physical processes involved in the redistribution of heat and moisture by tropical convection, in order to adequately represent them in parameterizations of deep convection for GCMs. A now common way of evaluating parameterizations is to run two types of simulations with the exact same large-scale forcings derived from observational field campaigns: GCMs in a single column mode on the one hand, and high resolution simulations over a domain equivalent to the GCM grid size on the other hand. In the former, processes related to convection and clouds are sub-grid scale and have to be parameterized, while in the latter, the resolution is such that the cloud circulation at convective scale is explicitly resolved. In order to improve parameterizations, it is not sufficient to just compare the mean profiles of temperature and humidity resulting from the two types of simulations, it is necessary to ***yze CRM simulations further, to extract parameterizations internal variables, like for example properties of updrafts and downdrafts carrying the vertical transport of mass, heat, moisture, momentum... Here, CRM simulations of tropical convective systems observed of the coast of Australia during the monsoon season in 2006 (TWP-ICE campaign) are ...
  • Almost isometric mesh parameterization The video shows a new robust, automatic technique to build a global hi-quality parameterization of a two-manifold triangular mesh. The produced parameterization exhibits very low isometric distortion, because it is globally optimized to preserve both areas and angles, resulting in excellent parameterization qualities, even when meshes with complex shapes and topology are mapped into domains composed of a small number of large continuous regions. Moreover, this domain is in turn remapped into a collection of 2D squared regions, unlocking many advantages found in quad-based domains (eg ease of packing)
  • Parameterized piston engine assembly in Rhino 3D Model is created with Rhino, parameterization is done by Ledas Driving Dimension plug-in, based on LGS 3D geometric solver.
  • Parallel Computation of Spherical Parameterizations for Mesh ***ysis Parallel Computation of Spherical Parameterizations for Mesh ***ysis", by Th. Athanasiadis and I. Fudos. www.cs.uoi.gr To appear: Shape Modeling International 2011, Computers & Graphics Journal, vol 35, issue 3, 2011. Mesh parameterization is central to a broad spectrum of applications. In this paper, we present a novel approach to spherical mesh parameterization based on an iterative quadratic solver that is efficiently parallelizable on modern massively parallel architectures. We present an extensive ***ysis of performance results on both GPU and multicore architectures. We introduce a number of heuristics that exploit various system characteristics of the underlying architectures to speed up the parallel realization of our algorithms. Furthermore, we demonstrate the applicability of our approach to real-time feature detection, mesh decomposition and similarity-based 3D object retrieval. Finally, we offer visual results and a demonstration video.
  • Creating Objects Rt is a free computer program for reliability ***ysis. It contains the classical ***ysis tools, including FORM and sampling. A distinguishing feature is its focus on the probabilistic models that enter the reliability ***ysis. Although the option of algebraic limit-state expressions is readily available, modern reliability ***ysis entail more complex models. Comprehensive hazard models, finite element infrastructure models, and wide-ranging consequence models are included. Rt features a pioneering user interface. Multiple panes are available to create data and ***ysis tools. Various plots visualize input and results. A link with Google Maps visualizes regional results. You can even change ***ysis parameters while the ***ysis is running! See the first video tutorial for a demonstration. Rt is object-oriented and fully parameterized. The user creates individual objects for parameters (random variables, decision variables, constants, and model responses), as well as for the models. The communication between models is a pioneering feature, which is facilitated by this parameterization. Importantly, other engineering software can be employed as a model. Interfaces with OpenSees and EMME are already included and more is underway. In other words, we are no longer maintaining the reliability and optimization module of OpenSees at UBC. Instead, reliability and optimization tools are included in Rt and an interface is available to make use of the finite element capabilities ...
  • Script Parameterization in WebLOAD IDE Demonstrates how the Parameterization Manager can be used to parameterize a WebLOAD script. Download from
  • Conformal parameterization Global conformal parameterization of a genus one surface. The method is based on discrete holomorphic 1-forms.
  • ADE XL - Parameterization This video talks about how to use parameterize device properties in ADE XL
  • Arc Length Parameterization Re-parameterize a curve by its arc length, I made a mistake when I solved for t. t = s/5, NOT 5/s
  • Continuity Mapping for Multi-chart Textures (HQ Version Soon) It is well known that multi-chart parameterizations introduce seams over meshes, causing serious problems for applications like texture filtering, relief mapping and simulations in the texture domain. Here we present two techniques, collectively known as Continuity Mapping, that together make any multi-chart parameterization seamless: Travelers Map is used for solving the spatial discontinuities of multi-chart parameterizations in texture space thanks to a bidirectional mapping between areas outside the charts and the corresponding areas inside; and Sewing the Seams addresses the sampling mismatch at chart boundaries using a set of stitching triangles that are not true geometry, but merely evaluated on a perfragment basis to perform consistent linear interpolation between non-adjacent texel values. Continuity Mapping does not require any modification of the artist-provided textures or models, it is fully automatic, and achieves continuity with small memory and computational costs.
  • Parameterizing a Circle - Animated spreadsheet An Excel spreadsheet that I wrote a few lines of code in, to visualise a circle (plotted in x,y) expressed in terms of a third parameter - t, which is then viewed on the third axis. This was to help with an UK Open University Course (MST121) - more information (and a download of the excel file) can be found at:
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  • PerformancePoint Text Search Filter - URL Parameterization Allows other reports or applications to use parameters to bring up a specific result set in a PerformancePoint Dashboard. For more information, go to the BI section of FUTURESULTS, LLC ( ). See my other related video - PerformancePoint Custom Filter - Features.
  • - Parameterization Part 1 This video explains how to use Parameterization in real time.Parameterization is explained in three videos.You will have to visit the other two videos for complete knowledge. Also visit
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  • Defining a Smooth Parameterization of a Path This videos explains how to define a smooth parameterization of a path in preparation for line integrals. mathispower4
  • Energy Balance Model with Greenhouse Parameterization The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. A simple energy balance model determines the surface temperature of the Earth by balancing the incoming solar energy flux E_in with the outgoing blackbody energy flux E_out. The greenhouse effect is parameterized by a single number, g, which reduces the... Contributed by: Jeffrey B. Weiss
  • Arc length parameterization.mov How to find an arc length parametrization. length one unit. find a parametrization so that the unit is one.
  • Surface Parameterization Conformal map the Stanford Bunny to the plane. Based on Ricci flow method.
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  • PerformancePoint Text Search Filter - URL Parameterization Allows other reports or applications to use parameters to bring up a specific result set in a PerformancePoint Dashboard. For more information, go to the BI section of FUTURESULTS, LLC ( ). See my other related video - PerformancePoint Custom Filter - Features.
  • Parameterization Introduction Two examples of parameterizations
  • Spherical Parameterization Mesh Morphing This is a mesh morphing implementation using spherical parameterization. I used Marc Alexa's algorithm, which is an old method so it can be applied only genus zero(closed) meshes. I implemented a library for half-edge mesh representation to do this.
  • Intro to Parameters and Parameterized Reports in SSRS Visit LearnItFirst, our new channel with over 100 videos! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You often need more advanced reporting such as drop down lists and the ability to use parameters when working in Sql Server Reporting Services. This first video in the series will give a great introduction of how to work with parameters in SSRS, as well as get you started with working with parameters by briefly demonstrating how to create a drop-down list for managing your parameters. Highlights from this video: • Using variables that have not been declared in SSRS vs TSQL • Viewing what happens with Auto-Parameterization • Viewing Report Parameters • How to create a drop-down list
  • Optimal Parameterization of Rational Quadratic Curves The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. Given a parametric curve C(t), a recurrent problem in applications such as CAD/CAM applications is to determine its optimal parameterization. This usually means to come as close as possible to the arc length parameterization such that, for constant para... Contributed by: Isabelle Cattiaux-Huillard and Gudrun Albrecht