Worlde Panda200 Professional USB Drum Pad MIDI Keyboard Controller Description: Size:300*330*60MM Weight:2.5KG 16*Trigger pads with velocity 5*Assignable dials 8*Assignable sliders,each slider can be edited by user 26*Assignable buttons Function buttons,providing functions like,EDIT,GLOBAL,LEVELS,PRESET,PROGRAM CHANGE and etc 1*MIDI out,1*MIDI in Power supplied by USB and DC 9V Compatible with Win8/7/XP/Vista and Mac OSX.Drive free and hot-plug supported Compatible with mainstream such as CAKEWALK pro audio and a sequencer software Features: Mac/PC compatibleclass-compliant so no driver installation is necessary MIDI or USB connectivity 16 velocity and pressure sensitive, 16 pads for ultimate feel and control 3 switchable pad banks for a total of 64 pads 5 high-resolution 360-degree assignable knobs 8 assignable sliders bright, easy-to-navigate LCD display programmable, recallable banks for use with your Desktop Audio Workstation,sequencer, software or hardware synthesizer or module 8 Assignable Sliders PANDA200 can assignable sliders, each slider can be edited by user, let the control more sensitive, more precise 16 mats With strokes, pressure sensor and force sensor, used to hard or soft synths sound source sends percussion timbres, responsive, intuitive A sequencer with control buttons 5 button for device control, stop, and playback, convenient Five knobs 360 degree endless knobs that can be used to send continuous control data to a desktop audio workstation, you can also send MIDI note messages HD display LCD shows frequency, data is clear, makes music easier USB power supply PANDA200 can connect to the USB interface power supply, there is an external power connector. 21 Assignable Buttons 21 assignable buttons were free to set according to your own practice, convenient Manual Click here FL Studio and MIDI keyboard PANDA25/49/61/200/MNI connection settings Click here MIDI device connected with the Cubase settings Click here Package Includes: 1 x PANDA200
The Java Modeling Language (JML) is a very rich specification language for Java. The richness of JML leads to many different interpretations of the same specification constructs in different applications. This work presents a formalization of JML in the theorem prover Coq to provide an exact, unambiguous meaning for JML constructs. The formalization not only gives a mathematically precise definition of the language, but also enables formal meta-reasoning about the language itself, its applications, and proposed extensions. In JML, frame conditions are expressed by the assignable clause. This work highlights the first algorithm that checks assignable clauses at runtime in the presence of dynamic data groups as a means of data abstraction. The algorithm performs very well on realistic and large data structures by lazily computing the locations denoted by the data groups. As an important contribution to runtime assertion checking, the equivalence of the algorithm to the JML semantics has been formally proved in Coq. This shows not only correctness and completeness of the algorithm to check assignable clauses, but also the usefulness and expressiveness of the JML formalization.
To monitor process variability of products in manufacturing environments has been a challenging issue in all the times. Statistical Process Control (SPC) charts are useful to detect process variability due to specific assignable causes. The Artificial Neural Network (ANN) is also a recommended alternative to the aforementioned charting technique for detecting process parameters. This study gives attention to the use of ANN for monitoring process dispersion parameter and robust charting for location parameter using different runs rules schemes and considering the bootstrapping scenario as well.
Analysis for Financial Management, 11e presents standard techniques and modern developments in a practical and intuitive manner with an emphasis on the managerial applications of financial analysis. It is intended for non-financial managers and business students interested in the practice of financial management. New with the Eleventh Edition, McGraw-Hill’s adaptive learning component, LearnSmart, provides assignable modules that help students master chapter core concepts and come to class more prepared.
Long praised by instructors and students alike for its readability and attention to everyday life, the eleventh edition of A History of Western Society includes even more built-in tools to engage today's students and save instructors time. This edition features a brand-new, comprehensive primary source program in-text and online, expanded chapters devoted to the lives of ordinary people that make the past real and relevant, and the best and latest scholarship throughout. Enhanced with a wealth of digital content—including carefully developed online document assignments for each chapter with auto-graded exercises—the eleventh edition provides easily assignable options for instructors and novel ways for students to master the content. Now integrated with LearningCurve, an adaptive online resource that helps students retain the material and come to class prepared.
Written by bestselling author Manuel Molles and acclaimed science journalist Brendan Borrell, this new textbook gives non-major students the scientific foundation they need to understand environmental issues and think critically about possible solutions. Molles and Borrell make clear the connections between research and real-world problems with a "science/issues/solutions" framework for each chapter. This unique approach reinforces a positive, solutions-based framework for the science, empowering students to feel that they can have an impact on preserving biodiversity, protecting natural resources, addressing pollution hazards, confronting climate change, and more.Environment: Science, Issues, Solutions is accompanied by its own dedicated version of LaunchPad, an online course space bringing together all of the book's teaching and learning media, including graphing exercises, assignable video activities, and more. Together, the text and LaunchPad provide a seamless learning experience for students, and a reliable assessment mechanism for instructors and programs.Science/Issues/Solutions Chapter Structure- Each chapter begins by explaining the basic science relevant to the chapter's topic, as a foundation for the coverage to follow.- Students draw upon the science coverage to get a better understanding of a specific current environmental issues.- Each chapter concludes by asking students to evaluate the success or failure of solutions (either implemented or proposed) for environmental problems in different parts of the world.Solutions-OrientedWhere many books in the market leave students feeling hopeless and powerless about environmental issues, this text emphasizes solutions—what has been done (and how well did it work?) and what more can be done (and how can science help us implement it?). Following the "Solutions" section in each chapter, students encounter a list of suggestions and activities to encourage them to engage with environmental science issues in their everyday lives.The "Central Question" In each chapter, a case study introduces the student to the topic and establishes the overall learning goal for the chapter. This learning goal, the Central Question, is visible on every spread of the chapter to help students keep it in mind as they read. At the end of the chapter, students create an "active summary," as a recap of the Science/Issues/Solutions presented in the chapter, and which should prepare them to answer the Central Question.