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Behavior Research Methods
Button 1 would connect only Contact I, Button 2 only Contact 2, Button 3 only Contacts 1 and 2, and so forth, for as many contacts as are available). ... vr0Z4 ootf AC With Button Codt (BUTTIN) Tufn on Li 9 M« iDISPLYI Cioat Button Coat Buttff (6UTBCR) Device Seiectot WI03 IFItp Flop R204 R204 [Fhp Fto^ R204 iFlip Flop I R204 I Citor Button Stnst 1 Buffer ...
where they describe the translation of (nonrecursive) procedures into open or "inline" code. ... It is important to distinguish these concepts for two reasons: As we have already seen, a procedure may be implemented by inline expansion rather than by a subroutine, and on the other hand, because of ...doi:10.1145/199448.199452 dblp:conf/popl/Reynolds95 fatcat:acyvtuixljgilapkllefe5mq64
The program is a part of the coupling optimization package Laris and allows to transform the multiconfigurational expansions with the arbitrary number of open shells (including f-electrons) and to identify ... The first one lsjj form csf basis jj fill occupations() is meant for the definition of the number of jj-coupled shells (and occupation numbers − N i , + N i ) for the given LS coupled shell l Ni i . ... = l i and + κ i = −l i − 1. ...arXiv:physics/0405061v1 fatcat:4qkxs6ocxbhtfeyx6ej5jeklpq
The checking process varies consider- ably from one question to another, the most common procedure being comparison of an array with the cor- rect version. ... IS 8 NUMBER OF LOOPS ( 8) IS NOT CORRECT = THE ANSWER IS lo m OPEN PATHS ARE INCORRECT = THE CORRECT ONES ARE = a: 2 Sa 0» 6 0 — tt tet et ee Scoceccan 7 7 8 = 5 7 7 Ss) 1 SUBROUTINE ( CHECKED Figure ...
Initially, the data from mode I (DCB) and mode II (ENF) fracture toughness tests were used to construct the R-curves of the joints in the opening and sliding directions. ... The constructed curves were incorporated into the numerical models employing a user-defined material subroutine developed in the LS-Dyna finite element (FE) code. ... ini σ b,I = 0.389 mm (10) Following the same procedure for mode II loading, δ 0,I I , δ b,I I and δ f ,I I could be calculated as 0.004 mm, 0.049 mm, and 0.182 mm, respectively. ...doi:10.3390/ma15155108 pmid:35897540 pmcid:PMC9329915 fatcat:3s3k3tnsa5h65acahmbkeor3vi
In the case of open subroutines, these functions are taken over by the translator. ... Function and array declarations lead to static subroutines, procedure declara- tions permit dynamic routines. ...
Cluster analyses such as k means ... This paper describes procedures for the visual presentation and cluster analysis of eye-movement data. ... One classification procedure <Wallace & Boulton, 1968a Boulton, , 1968b , based on information theory, avoids these initial assumptions. ...doi:10.3758/bf03202698 fatcat:flkxhkzunnbz3cjpbm5wtnhp34
Optimizations were by modification of the code into simple and easy to optimize tasks by some compilers, by using existing subroutines with efficient automatic optimization provided as open source, or ... Optimized BLAS subroutines were developed by Whaley & Dongarra (1998) , and an open source of these libraries is available as Automatically Tuned Linear Algebra Software (ATLAS; http://math-atlas. sourceforge.net ...doi:10.1111/j.1439-0388.2010.00912.x pmid:22059575 fatcat:jx5awzxbzracbajj7ftp45l27i
Behavior Research Methods
PROSS I/O statements contain one or more words, separated by blanks, commas, or parentheses. ... The resulting macro call is then expanded by the assembler into either the appropriate subroutine call or into the actual code necessary to control the I/O operation. ...
The system is retargetable and generalizes cross-jumping and procedural abstraction. ... It can be used as a space optimizer that trades time for space, it can turn assembly code into interpretive code, and it can help formalize and automate the traditionally ad hoe design of both real and ... If the entry sequence is empty, one subroutine may fall into another, as in Section l's procedural abstraction example. Repeated open fragments are replaced with a simple branch. ...doi:10.1145/502874.502886 dblp:conf/sigplan/FraserMW84 fatcat:y2zfec36g5cqhfysht5i5bggcu
The system is retargetable and generalizes cross-jumping and procedural abstraction. ... It can be used as a space optimizer that trades time for space, it can turn assembly code into interpretive code, and it can help formalize and automate the traditionally ad hoe design of both real and ... If the entry sequence is empty, one subroutine may fall into another, as in Section l's procedural abstraction example. Repeated open fragments are replaced with a simple branch. ...doi:10.1145/502949.502886 fatcat:d4x3geh2cjf4jaaqagefcizo74
Owing to the fact that compilation of an open subroutine into the main body of an object program is an essentially ad hoc procedure—depending, as it does, on the particu- lar nature of the function in ... (i) S; defines an open subroutine, viz., WV; is the name of an integer constant less than 7. The same remarks apply here as for (D) (iv) (q.v.). (ii) S; defines a closed subroutine. ...
Specifically, F3s have been developed that (I) open input files and read data from these files; (2) do various plotting functions for the CRT; and (3) calculate winnings that are then displayed on the ... Since all of the subroutines are located in Field I, all F3s first branch to a common location in Field O. ...doi:10.3758/bf03201337 fatcat:b3et33zik5blpes5xaxmzcf3ou
Counts are initiated on entry to the routines dealing with the delimiter words begin, routine and fn. These counts keep track of all blocks opened and closed. ... Nevertheless, the translator has still proved a sound investment, as users may translate their Atlas Autocode programs or subroutines for subsequent use as, or in, ALGOL programs, and take advantage of ...doi:10.1093/comjnl/9.4.353 fatcat:smmxkdfjfzbutjx2vwy3dehxg4
The heuristics are strong candidates for application as stand alone solvers or as an upper bounding procedure within an optimization based algorithm. ... The procedures are currently being tested as a solver in the procurement software suite of a nationally recognized procurement software provider. ... The final difference is the cost savings calculation in subroutine I where there is no need for either item or family savings adjustment (as described in the Appendix: step 2 of subroutine I) in the TPH ...doi:10.1016/j.ejor.2009.08.015 fatcat:wxv3a4dldrhynba3acvoxjseuu
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