This publication describes Tupleware, an implementation of a distributed tuple space which acts as a scalable and efficient middleware for computationally intensive numerical and scientific applications. Tupleware is based on the Linda coordination language introduced by David Gelernter in 1985, and incorporates additional techniques such as peer-to-peer communications and exploitation of data locality in order to address problems such as scalability and performance, which are commonly encountered by traditional centralised tuple space implementations. Furthermore, unlike some other distributed tuple space implementations, Tupleware does not burden the programmer with any additional complexity due to this distribution. At the application level, the Tupleware middleware behaves exactly like a centralised tuple space. It is hoped that this research in some way furthers the adoption of the tuple space programming model for distributed computing, by enhancing its ability to provide improved performance, scalability, flexibility and simplicity for a range of applications not traditionally suited to tuple space based systems.
After 30 days - Master in C++. The C++ programming language consists of a vocabulary of commands that Students can understand and that can be converted into machine language fairly easily and a language structure (or grammar) that allows humans to combine these C++ commands into a program that actually does something (well, maybe does something) The vocabulary is often known as the semantics, while the grammar is the syntax.
This Object Does Not exist Without You. You Will Determine the Content and the Final Product. All will be Shaped by Your Imagination. You Must go Out Into the World in Order to Bring it to Life and Complete the Assignments. If It's Not a Book, then What Exactly is it? The Answer is up to You.
Enterprise as an Object of Civil Rights is a thorough and systematic analysis of the legal nature and civil turnover of the enterprise as an object of civil rights, identifying the most relevant theoretical and practical problems in the interpretation and application of the legal norms regarding the enterprise, providing with the suggestions and recommendations for the resolution of the identified problems and improvement of the existing legal regulation according to the experience of foreign countries and contemporary global trends, and contributing to the national legal doctrine. The subject-matter of the research is relevant both, in scientific and in practical terms, as the peculiarities of the enterprise as an object civil rights lacks thorough analysis in the legal doctrine.The research does not involve taxing and sponsorship aspects of the transactions regarding the enterprise as an object of civil rights as these aspects do not fall under the field of civil law.
Assignment is a crucial topic in commercial law, and this new work by Gregory Tolhurst is the most comprehensive work on the assignment of contractual rights ever published. It seeks to explain the existence, meaning and application of the rules governing the assignment of contractual rights and it does this by reference to the idea that assignments involve transfers. The book is logically structured to follow the issues that arise in planning, drafting and enforcing an assignment, including: - what is meant by 'assignment'; - what is the distinction between legal and equitable assignments; - how an assignable contractual right is identified; - what formalities apply to assignment; and - what rights and remedies are available to the parties to an assignment. The topic of assignment is of such universal importance to commercial lawyers that all practicing lawyers will find this work invaluable. However, the work will also be required reading for academics teaching contract, equity and personal property.
Portland, Oregon, in the 1970s. Portland is often called the Rose City, but the denizens that inhabit its underbelly rarely smell so sweet. Dirty cops, dirty robbers. These shady characters and their illicit connections reveal the boiling corruption in Phil Stanford's true crime stories. Only the names have been changed to protect the guilty. Welcome to City of Roses.
The Eisner and Harvey Award-nominated series continues to unveil the vicious deeds of the gangsters, gun molls, and murderers of yesteryear while reprinting some of the most notorious pre-Code comics of all time! Our latest collection - including every uncensored page from Crime Does Not Pay issues #54 to #57 - is brimming with razor-sharp work by artists George Tuska, Fred Guardineer, Dan Barry, Charles Biro, and others! This volume also features a new foreword by crime and comics storytelling all-star Max Allan Collins (Road to Perdition, King of the Weeds)!
Uncut and uncensored, the infamous precode "Crime Does Not Pay" comics are finally collected into a series of archival collections! With brutal, realistic tales focusing on vile criminals, "Crime Does Not Pay" was one of the most popular comics of the 1940s. The series was a favorite target of Dr. Fredric Wertham and other censors and is partially responsible for the creation of the stifling Comics Code Authority. Now revered and mythic, this collection of the first four hardtofind "Crime Does Not Pay" comics features a fine roster of Golden Age creators and a new introduction by Matt Fraction.
Capital Structure refers to the combination of debt and equity utilized in a business. There are different advantages and disadvantages of using both sources of finance, but basically,this combination is determined by different variables most important are size, profitability. Non Debt Tax Shield, tangibility,earning volatility and growth of an organization. This work is based on the data from Karachi Stock Exchange. Tangibility variable was found to be highly significant, which favors the Trade off theory. Size variable does not favor the Trade Off Theory. Profitability fails to confirm Pecking order Theory and Trade Off Theory. Growth variable does not confirm to the Agency Cost Theory and Earning volatility does not support Bankruptcy Cost Theory and Agency Cost Theory.
The Eisner Award-nominated archival series barrels forth with another exciting, uncensored collection of crime! It may seem easy to knock over a few banks, plug a few squealers, and soon the cash comes pouring in - but the crooked path you've chosen can only lead one place: the electric chair! Collecting issues #46-#49 of the 1940s true-crime comic "Crime Does Not Pay", which thrilled readers as much as it scandalized the guardians of public decency, this volume also features a foreword by Lorenzo Carcaterra, author of the New York Times bestseller Sleepers and writer and producer for "Law & Order".