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Physical Competence Assessment Manual By Kelvin Giles
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This manual illustrates over 80 measurable components of Physical Competence Assessment and each assessment is shown in detail with pictorial representation of how to perform it correctly with the... More > relevant coaching points and measurement protocols. Scoring tables are also included. This manual supports the extensive content in the Movement Dynamics Video Library which includes the 'Progressive Exercise Syllabus', '5in5' and 'Additional Movement Progressions' software packages. It is designed to support delivery in all Schools, Clubs and all High Performance operations and is a major support to Teacher / Coach Education services and structures. This is the full version (REVISED 2015) of the Assessment Manual and contains over 55 Physical Competence Assessments under the headings: Bracing Competence - Triple Fexion-Extension Competence - Landing and Jumping Competence - Flexibility Competence - Pushing and Pulling Competence - Running Posture Competence< Less
The Young Amateur's Guide to Radio Physics - Volume Three By Dr. James Popoff, AJ4XI
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Volume Three of the serial The Young Amateur's Guide to Radio Physics focuses on the physical and mathematical modulation of RF signals, electronic filter theory, and introduces the detailed C-code... More > of the OLSR (Optimized Link-State Routing) as an initial template for the MMARS and GAIA project. The internet is also described in detail as an initial background for the next steps in our project - the writing of the computer codes to enable our MMARS and GAIA. We are laying the preparation in the next volumes for our design and construction of our own software defined radio (SDR) transceiver which will be our station radio for the general amateur service, as well as our GAIA node for our telepresence with the astronaut-explorers on the Mars Mission and beyond!< Less
Introduction to Embedded Systems - A Cyber-Physical Systems Approach By Edward Ashford Lee, Sanjit Arunkumar Seshia
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This book strives to identify and introduce the durable intellectual ideas of embedded systems as a technology and as a subject of study. The emphasis is on modeling, design, and analysis of... More > cyber-physical systems, which integrate computing, networking, and physical processes.< Less
Introduction to Embedded Systems - A Cyber-Physical Systems Approach By Edward Ashford Lee, Sanjit Arunkumar Seshia
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This book strives to identify and introduce the durable intellectual ideas of embedded systems as a technology and as a subject of study. The emphasis is on modeling, design, and analysis of... More > cyber-physical systems, which integrate computing, networking, and physical processes.< Less
Introduction to Embedded Systems - A Cyber Physical Systems Approach - Second Edition By Edward Ashford Lee, Sanjit Arunkumar Seshia
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This book strives to identify and introduce the durable intellectual ideas of embedded systems as a technology and as a subject of study. The emphasis is on modeling, design, and analysis of... More > cyber-physical systems, which integrate computing, networking, and physical processes.< Less
Lab Manual for First Semester Algebra-Based Physics By Patricia Robbert, Elaina Rodriguez, Garret Wassermann
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This laboratory manual is intended to accompany the first semester of a university level course in physics that uses an algebra-based textbook. It begins with a review of the essential mathematics... More > needed for a successful experience in the physics course. Some of the experiments make use of Vernier sensors and software, while others use traditional laboratory equipment, for a variety of interesting learning experiences. The topics covered include vectors, kinematics, mechanics, simple harmonic motion, Archimedes' Principle, pressure, volume, temperature, specific heat and latent heat. Each experiment consists of an explanation, a detailed procedure, data pages, a report form, and homework. The manual contains an extensive appendix explaining the use and calibration of the Vernier equipment, video capture and analysis, statistical error analysis, the use of spreadsheets in data analysis, and the use of the vernier caliper.< Less
Lab Manual for First Semester Calculus-Based Physics By Patricia Robbert, Elaina Rodriguez, Garret Wassermann
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This laboratory manual is intended to accompany the first semester of a university level course in physics that uses a calculus-based textbook. Some of the experiments make use of Vernier sensors... More > and software, while others use traditional laboratory equipment, for a variety of interesting learning experiences. The topics covered include vectors, kinematics, mechanics, friction, gravity, collisions, centripetal force, torque, simple harmonic motion, Archimedes' Principle, standing waves, and sound waves. Each experiment consists of an explanation, a detailed procedure, data pages, a report form, and homework. The manual contains an extensive appendix explaining the use and calibration of the Vernier equipment, video capture and analysis, statistical error analysis, the use of spreadsheets in data analysis, and the use of the vernier caliper.< Less
Lab Manual for Second Semester Algebra-Based Physics By Patricia Robbert, Elaina Rodriguez, Garret Wassermann
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This laboratory manual is intended to accompany the second semester of a university level course in physics that uses an algebra-based textbook. A few of the experiments make use of Vernier sensors... More > and software, while the others use traditional laboratory equipment, for a variety of interesting learning experiences. The topics covered include standing waves, sound waves, radioactive decay, electric and magnetic fields, electric circuits, the Wheatstone bridge, use of the oscilloscope, the tangent galvanometer, eletromagnetic induction, optical ray tracing, thin lenses, prism spectrometer, diffraction grating, and the use of LEDs to determine Planck's constant. Each experiment consists of a theory section, a detailed procedure, and thought-provoking questions to be included in the written lab report. The manual offers guidance on report writing and contains an extensive appendix offering a thorough treatment of statistical error analysis and the use of spreadsheets in data analysis.< Less
Introduction to Embedded Systems - A Cyber Physical Systems Approach - Edition 1.5 By Edward Ashford Lee, Sanjit Arunkumar Seshia
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This book strives to identify and introduce the durable intellectual ideas of embedded systems as a technology and as a subject of study. The emphasis is on modeling, design, and analysis of... More > cyber-physical systems, which integrate computing, networking, and physical processes.< Less
Mathematical Model for Physical Representation and Conflict Identification And An Approach for Analyzing Applicability and Usability of Gesture Recognition for controlling Virtual Environments By Shabab Naqvi, Hartinder Johal, Kenneth Laas
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Physical modelling in Virtual Reality is a new and expanding field.In addition to this we take a practical approach to gesture recognition. Emphasis is placed on applicability and usability. In order... More > to discuss practical aspects of gesture recognition, a theoretical 3-D modelling application is examined. Two different gesture recognition systems are introduced, extended and compared in an extensive field-test. These systems both have the characteristics of being computationally simple (fast, little demands on resources) while remaining reliable and extendable. Recognition- and success-rates in the high 90%'s can be achieved. Learning and adaptation to new gestures is automated successfully for both systems. Useful results concerning the choice of gestures, features and other system-relevant variables are obtained. Problems with general view-dependent interaction and modelling-specific vertex-selection are discussed and solutions implemented.< Less