2015 AWSA TECH CONTROLLER MAINTENANCE CLINIC SLALOM MODULE

2015 AWSA TECH CONTROLLER MAINTENANCE CLINIC SLALOM MODULE

2015 AWSA TECH CONTROLLER MAINTENANCE CLINIC SLALOM MODULE COURSE TC responsible to ensure nothing was changed from last Survey. Boat Guides are correct (height out of water), visual on the EC video. Turn buoys/gate dia/height: We use min tolerance, but you need to view from judges tower to ensure buoys are visible and visible for skier. Dia 20 cm (7.8) and fastened so that they have of height out of the water (10 cm (3.9). Water/fluid is un-acceptable in a buoy. Gate buoy must have at least 16 of elastic to allow buoy to be flexible (move up/down). Turn buoy from boat C/L tolerance approx +/- 4 (11.4cm/0.114m). Pre-gate tolerance from Gate - approx +/- 1 ft. Diagonal distance (from one turn buoy to other one) approx 9. The average distance from the calculated C/L for all 6 turn COURSE Gate Video Camera must be 10 feet above water @ 100ft. (100ft from course C/L). For every addition 10ft away, an additional 1 ft in height is required. This is due to the angle looking in to the gate/skier path at 44deg; not the zoom ratio, that is the 1/3 screen width. Gate Video- The gate width must NOT be less than 1/3 of screen width and the screen width for one gate should not be less than 6x8? (We need to specify the min size allowed) SplashEye Gates go full screen (may have to bump down the resolution on a newer monitor to make sure it physically fills up the screen) Gate Video(captured)is required for Class R (World Records) Gate Camera Location (Visual Setup) (44 deg from shore)

(How to find where the gate camera should be prior to survey) Assuming the shoreline is about 170 feet from the course centerline -- typical for a slalom course slightly cocked clockwise in a slalom lake about 300 feet wide -- then you want to find a point on the shoreline, where when you examine your location relative to the G1/G2 gate, and the G3/G4 boat gate, and skier buoy S1, your view has the S1 buoy sitting 2/3-rds of the way through the angle formed by your line of sight to those two gates, as shown in the picture next slide (Dave Clark) EC Video EC Video The far gates (entry/exit) must NOT be less than 1/6 of screen. Must be able to see the top of boat (pylon thru course). Camera must be level- can not measure the pylon deviation if not level (Record Checker computer (pixels) is based on everything straight/square. Near Pre-gates are not required to be in the video. Normally just capture the top of the pre-gates. Capture Device- Must be set at 30fps and can not be less than resolution of 704x480. Capture Device- Verify time is correct (match the scoring program) Capture set at high resolution Verify Playback prior to start of tournament Locate were someone will be watching EC video at all times. Towers/Tower Judges Tower: Ref Rule books for several options, the following are the requirements that must be meet in all cases. Tower must be 10 feet (seat surface) above water @ 100ft. (100ft from course C/L) For every addition 10ft away, an additional 1 ft in height is required. 2-Gate Judges per gate-ALL cases: None-Video-2 judges must be at 44deg (must have 4

judges) Video-Gates -2 judges at any location where the video is transmitted to. (this can be the skier judges) Towers/Tower Judges Cont: 3- Tower Judges 2- judges between 3-4 on the same side visually watching with 1- judge watching boat video being transmitter live (anywhere) (this can be the CJ, but NOT the 2 skier judges) 4- Tower Judges 2 judges at 44deg on each end. Can not put 1 judge at ea 44 deg and transmit the gate video down to other judge; Not meeting the 2 tower judge location, that are visually watching) Slalom Towers: Class E: If configuration is acceptable for Class L/R it is also acceptable for Class E. Number judges in the Conf includes boat judge (which is always required) Conf #1: 5 Judges: Class E/L/R: Video gate/boat review is not required for this configuration: Conf #2: 3 to 4 judges: Class L/R: If the gates video is transmitted to the other tower judge (J4), the extra judge (J2) is not required. If gate video is not transmitted to the other tower judge (J4), the extra judge (J2) is required to review gates only. NOT recommend placing the tower near 2 or 5. Conf 3: Class E requires 3 judges, the Boat Video is NOT required to be transmitted to shore. Class L/R requires 4 Judges, Boat Video MUST be transmitted to an individual judge who may be the CJ. ( PER IWWF Requirements) Ropes/handle checker: All ropes should be pre-stretched and adjusted as close to actual as possible. Approximately 20 inches of rope stuffed into the line will shorten it one (1) inch. When stuffing rope pieces into a line, be sure and cut the ends at an angle to lessen the stress rise created by a straight cut.

If Multiple ropes are being used, they MUST be same make/model for that division. 3 different Slalom Lines Standard meets the all specification Mid youth- (7mm) This is like the older 12 std , meets all specification put is not preferred for anything shorter than 38off. Optional in Class C, E & L for B1, B2, G1, G2, W6 and above only. Light Line- (5mm)Does NOT meet IWWF specification; Used only in Class C or E for B1,B2,G1,G2,W6 and above up to 35ft off. NOTE in Class L. Ropes/handle checker: Standard rope spec Weight per foot, maximum = 23 g/m (.250 oz.) Breaking Load, minimum = 817 kg (1,800 lbs.) Elongation at 115 kg (250 lbs.) tensile load, 2.6% +/- 0.4% (Note: Adult skier applies approx. 1000 lbs) The gauge length shall be set at 5.5 kg (12 lbs.) tensile load IWWF states (Request has bee submitted deleting) Number of Strands = 12 Minimum Number of Yarns each strand = 60 Towline measurement: Pic showing that the measurement taken from inside 12m loop that goes on the pylon Ropes/handle checker: Tournament Handles: must be close to actual (1.5m). There is a min distance for tournament handle but not for skier supplied handles. Handle checker: Mark the max distance from inside of the handle to the loop inside edge. Use a steel tape measure and use a second tape measure to re-verify. (Tape measure have been found to be incorrect). Handle Length 150cm, max = 1.525m Handle checker: use a 2 block to hold handle end. This is for measuring curved handle. Make handle checker in destructible. Use actual weight (#44) in lieu of scale if feasible.

Ropes/handle checker: Tolerance: The current tolerance are PRE-TOLERANCE, used by MFG and TC measuring. We are now using this same tolerance as POST TOLERANCE. (handles will be checked after skiing) Handles will stretch a min after skiing. Handle- found out-of-tolerance: it is the TC responsibility to re-verify. Recheck using a tape measure and recheck handle checker to ensure that nothing moved. Natl Records- Handle will remain attached to rope, but the handle will be checked after returning to doc. Ropes will stretch out of tolerance if measured after skiing, wait approx. 45 min 1 hr for measuring rope/handle for a record. AT NO TIME should a HANDLE be checked without another official verifying when reported by the doc starter as being out of tolerance. 10.07 Boat Path The boat path is intended to be a straight line along the centerline of the course. In no case shall any part of the towboat deviate outside the bounds of the boat gates. The bounds of the boat gates shall be defined by the center of the attachment point of each buoy. Maximum deviation of the boat on approach to each buoy/gate is 20 cm (8 inches) toward the side of the skier buoy. The Total Cumulative Deviation (the algebraic sum of the individual deviations) is to be evaluated based on the score for the pass, as follows: Score Limit Score Limit 0.25 - 1.00 20 cm 3.25 - 4.00 40 cm 1.25 - 2.00 28 cm 4.25 - 5.00 45 cm

2.25 - 3.00 35 cm 5.25 - 6.00 49 cm BOAT: 1) It is required to install a black approx 5 cm wide strip up the middle of the windshield if theres no C/L on windshield OR 2)Two marks or small posts can be mounted on each side of windshield at 20 cm from C/ L OR 3) RECOMMED installing a small pole (PVC) to pylon approx. 2 ft above pylon: Help in reviewing EC video to determine if boat deviations more than 20 cm. DRIVERS: Most drivers start out on 1 ball side, starting out with a negative deviation. Capture Devices 4 channel DVR is a good device for capture all video (ECOR 9604F. Recommend output to a 30 TV/monitor. (EC, Gates, Boat Video is used) Can be purchased $320.00 Splasheye- Same but it as auto gate playback. Splasheye also has an option using EC input to auto track boat path; Purchased approx. $1000.00- 2000.00. Computer is standard equip that can be purchased at local store or from Splasheye. Loreto Video Program as Slalom Gate Program. This program can be purchased for approx $2000.00 which includes Slalom Gates, Trick Timer and Video Jump. Computer is also standard equip that can be purchased at local stores. Next few pic show an example of DVR and Splasheye setup 44 Ch DVR to a 30 in Flat Screen TV (Both Gates, EC and Boat Video Splasheye Slalom Gates Splasheye Review of Gates SURVEY General Module covered some basic, listed below are specific to Slalom Survey 1st Verification of Site that has not been survived for record tournament, it is recommended to do a 3 point survey.

This takes out any error due to the swimmer moving the buoy, plus the spread sheet will indicate if there was a sighting error. AWSA Spread sheets uses all the boat guides to determine the boat C/L. I recommend NOT to input the Pre-Gates until you verify everything, then input the Pre-Gates. If ONE boat guide is out of line, it will shift the boat C/L over, and may show several buoys out of tolerance, it is very IMPORTANT to visually look at a course prior to surveying. I have actually moved boat guides to line up with the others prior to surveying. Other Spread sheets just uses the Entry/Exit Gates to determine the boat C/L. If 1 of the 4 gate buoy is off, it will show several interior boat guides off. Again visually verify prior to moving a much of buoys. Next slides show example of 2 types of spread sheets, in addition Emmanuel Lions Homologation Report as Survey Data Sheet. Buoy Target: ----P1 P2 G1 G2 G3 G4 S1 S2 G5 G6 G7 G8 S3 S4 G9 G10 G11 G12 S5 S6 G13 G14

G15 G16 P15 P16 TNL TFR A-C ----- Segment ----G-S1 S1-2 S2-3 S3-4 Angle and Distance Input Values --------- ---- -------- -- ------- ---- --Station A EDM Station C Deg Min Sec Dist Deg Min Sec ---- ---- --------------- --14 39 48 168.140 13 52 22 167.860 19 30 50 114.470 18 16 13 113.830 23 57 8 88.540 22

31 30 87.850 15 55 20 85.200 47 31 55 58.280 39 9 32 51.660 37 2 8 50.460 91 21 33 29.380 91 5 43 27.150 88 59 36 16.820 139 21 58 55.910 147 52 19 49.060 150 6 3 47.770 164 30 3 85.560 165 58 4 84.820

172 50 54 82.100 166 30 0 127.690 170 59 24 124.910 172 0 12 124.350 173 20 10 151.310 174 17 17 150.800 176 22 7 205.460 Here 177 0 3 205.250 359 0 0 76.000 158 16 24 132.000 ----- ---- --- ----- --------- ---

Diagonal Distances and Errors ------- ---- ---- -------- -- ----Actual Ideal Error OK Lim -------------------29.397 29.347 0.050 0 .147 46.876 47.011 -0.135 0 .235 47.048 47.011 0.037 0 .235 47.016 47.011 0.005 0 .235 Sighting Errors -------OK Value --------0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000

0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000

0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 -----0.000 Transformed Coordinates ------------X-Pos Width ---------54.93 1.222 -55.04 1.110 0.02 1.284 0.03 1.274 27.10 1.153 27.05 1.149 27.09 11.457 67.97 11.481 68.10 1.091 68.06 1.149 108.96 1.061 108.96 1.178 108.98 11.583

149.97 11.454 149.90 1.099 149.95 1.183 190.94 1.167 190.97 1.136 190.97 11.511 231.98 11.426 232.00 1.149 231.96 1.124 259.00 1.305 258.97 1.256 313.95 1.151 314.05 1.123 34.97 35.598 228.93 30.302 ----------Averages 11.485 Width Errors from Best Fit Centerline (error is wide if plus, narrow if minus) Ideal +/-Lim Error OK

------------------1.150 0.115 0.072 0 1.150 0.115 -0.040 0 1.250 0.063 0.034 0 1.250 0.063 0.024 0 1.150 0.115 0.003 0 1.150 0.115 -0.001 0 11.500 0.115 -0.043 0 11.500 0.115 -0.019 0 1.150 0.115 -0.059 0 1.150 0.115 -0.001 0 1.150 0.115 -0.089 0 1.150 0.115 0.028 0 11.500 0.115 0.083 0 11.500 0.115 -0.046 0 1.150 0.115 -0.051 0 1.150 0.115

0.033 0 1.150 0.115 0.017 0 1.150 0.115 -0.014 0 11.500 0.115 0.011 0 11.500 0.115 -0.074 0 1.150 0.115 -0.001 0 1.150 0.115 -0.026 0 1.250 0.063 0.055 0 1.250 0.063 0.006 0 1.150 0.115 0.001 0 1.150 0.115 -0.027 0 Angle: 45.53 1.53 0 Angle: 45.24 1.24 0 ---------------0 (Minimum 11.48) Derived Up and Down Course Distances and Computed Errors +/G2/G4/G6 Side G1/G3/G5 Side

Thru Skier Bys Idl Lim Leng Error OK Leng Error OK Leng Error OK -- --------------------------- -------27 .135 27.024 0.024 0 27.081 0.081 0 27.070 0.070 0 41 .205 41.010 0.010 0 41.004 0.004 0 40.880 -0.120 0 41 .205 40.899 -0.101 0 40.855 -0.145 0 41.007 0.007 0 41 .205 40.990 -0.010 0 40.945 -0.055 0 40.986 -0.014 0 Ed Brazil Slalom Installation Program. This is a program that Ed Brazil wrote that is great for

installing a slalom course. 2.0 =VERTICAL HT OF INSTRUMENT (M) 2.3 =INTERIOR & PREGATE WIDTH ITEM G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 G7 G8 G9 G10 G11 G12 G13 G14 G15 G16 S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 P1PRE P2PRE P17AFT P18AFT CLVID LTWR RTWR SPARE SPARE SPARE

SPARE SPARE *****STAKEOUT INFO***** *ACTUALLY MEASURED* VERSUS COURSE VS. THEO AXIS DECIMAL HORIZ. SLOPE ANGLES SLOPE ANGLES DEGREES X1 Y1 X Y ANGLE DIST DIST. DEG MIN SEC ITEM DIST DEG MIN SEC DECIMAL 0.00 1.25 -137.783 100.602 36.1351 170.602 170.613 36 8 6 G1 170.630 36 7 48 36.130 0.00 -1.25 -137.784 98.102 35.4508 169.141 169.153 35 27

3 G2 169.150 35 26 40 35.444 27.00 1.15 -110.783 100.487 42.2099 149.567 149.581 42 12 36 G3 149.550 42 13 35 42.226 27.00 -1.15 -110.784 98.187 41.5501 148.033 148.047 41 33 1 G4 148.020 41 33 5 41.551 68.00 1.15 -69.783 100.463 55.2156 122.321 122.337 55 12 56 G5 122.400 55 13 2 55.217 68.00 -1.15 -69.784 98.163 54.5908 120.440 120.456 54 35 27 G6

120.450 54 33 48 54.563 109.00 1.15 -28.783 100.439 74.0092 104.482 104.501 74 0 33 G7 104.540 74 1 17 74.021 109.00 -1.15 -28.784 98.139 73.6535 102.273 102.293 73 39 13 G8 102.300 73 37 42 73.628 150.00 1.15 12.217 100.415 96.9368 101.155 101.175 96 56 13 G9 101.180 96 57 24 96.957 150.00 -1.15 12.216 98.115 97.097 98.872 98.893 97 5 49 G10 98.900

97 6 12 97.103 191.00 1.15 53.217 100.391 117.928 113.624 113.642 117 55 41 G11 113.600 117 55 51 117.931 191.00 -1.15 53.216 98.091 118.48 111.596 111.614 118 28 50 G12 111.660 118 28 35 118.476 232.00 1.15 94.217 100.367 133.19 137.660 137.675 133 11 23 G13 137.680 133 11 18 133.188 232.00 -1.15 94.216 98.067 133.853 135.992 136.006 133 51 9 G14 136.020 133 51 9 133.853 259.00 1.25 121.217 100.451

140.352 157.430 157.442 140 21 6 G15 157.420 140 20 54 140.348 259.00 -1.25 121.216 97.951 141.059 155.845 155.858 141 3 33 G16 155.800 141 2 12 141.037 27.00 -11.50 -110.790 87.837 38.408 141.385 141.399 38 24 29 S1 141.400 38 23 46 38.396 68.00 11.50 -69.777 110.813 57.8021 130.951 130.967 57 48 7 S2 130.930 57 48 40 57.811 109.00 -11.50 -28.790 87.789 71.8431 92.389

92.411 71 50 35 S3 92.360 71 50 18 71.838 150.00 11.50 12.223 110.765 96.2972 111.437 111.455 96 17 50 S4 111.430 96 17 12 96.287 191.00 -11.50 53.210 87.741 121.234 102.615 102.634 121 14 3 S5 102.600 121 13 36 121.227 232.00 11.50 94.223 110.717 130.399 145.383 145.397 130 23 55 S6 145.460 130 24 30 130.408 -55.00 1.15 -192.783 100.534 27.5416 217.422 217.431 27 32 30 P1PRE 0.000 -55.00 -1.15 -192.784 98.234

27.0014 216.370 216.379 27 0 5 P2PRE 0.000 314.00 1.15 176.217 100.319 150.347 202.772 202.782 150 20 51 P17AFT 0.000 314.00 -1.15 176.216 98.019 150.915 201.643 201.653 150 54 55 P18AFT 0.000 -250.00 0.00 -387.784 99.498 14.3906 400.345 400.345 14 23 26 CLVID 0.000 50.00 -50.00 -87.813 49.323 29.3223 100.717 100.717 29 19 20 LTWR 0.000 209.00 50.00 71.246 149.230 115.521 165.365 165.365 115 31 15 RTWR 0.000

1.00 1.00 -136.783 100.352 36.2659 169.647 169.659 36 15 57 SPARE 0.000 1.00 1.00 -136.783 100.352 36.2659 169.647 169.659 36 15 57 SPARE 0.000 1.00 1.00 -136.783 100.352 36.2659 169.647 169.659 36 15 57 SPARE 0.000 1.00 1.00 -136.783 100.352 36.2659 169.647 169.659 36 15 57 SPARE 0.000 1.00 1.00 -136.783 100.352 36.2659 169.647 169.659 36 15 57 SPARE 0.000 *****CALCUL ANGLE OF SLAL CL VS X AXIS DEG USING LEFT/RIGHT MARKERS***** LM DEG=35.794 LM RAD= 0.625 RM DEG= 143.037 RM RAD= 2.496 LM DIST=169.868 RM DIST= 164.968 TAN= 0.720

INVTAN= 0.624 DEG= 35.761 *****SLALOM CL VS X-AXIS DEG= -0.033 *****CALCUL COORDINATES OF LEFT ENDGATE CENTER****** X0= -137.784 Y0= 99.352 DIFF RAD= 1.872 INSTRUCTIONS: Place two markers were you want the boat center line (approx 25-30M offshore). The left marker will start the entry/exit gate (Critical). The right marker is just for alingment (Not necessary the exit gate). F9 calculates all the required angles/distance and errors/fix. The calculated Xo distance is how far down the baseline the left marker is located. The calculated Yo distance is how far out the left marker is offthe baseline. The calculated slalom centerline vs X baseline axis degree: Angle is from the left side of baseline (angle of boat path to baseline). Fix=Left/Right of the waterperson when looking directly at the transit from behind the buoy(not necessary up and down the course). Fix=Towards/Away is the distance that the waterperson needs to go when looking directly at the transit from buoy. DEGREE ERROR -0.005 -0.006 0.017 0.001 0.002 -0.027 0.012 -0.025 0.020 0.006 0.003 -0.004

-0.001 0.000 -0.003 -0.023 -0.012 0.009 -0.005 -0.011 -0.008 0.010 -27.542 -27.001 -150.347 -150.915 -14.391 -29.322 -115.521 -36.266 -36.266 -36.266 -36.266 -36.266 Slalom Check List: (Required for TC Report) 1) Tournament name/Code of Competition (AWSA sanction # 15S120R)/Site Code/GPS #for Site/Type of Tournament (Natl/International)/Rounds #/ Cash Prize Tournament or not. 2) Boat Manufacture 3) Speed Control Manufacture/software version. 4) Arrangement for checking skies (no longer required for safety to check) 5) Verified slalom ropes and tournament handles 6) Arrangement for checking skiers handles w 44# 7) Slalom timing (All buoy) , Speed Control mapped. 8) Judges towers arrangement correct 9) Gate Video display and recording 10)Boat Video Transmitting and recording 11)EC Video display correct and recording

12)Slalom Course (type) 13)Slalom course is within tolerance and survey within 90 days 14)Slalom buoy size are correct and visible in sun/shade RECORDS- Slalom General Module covered some basic for records, listed below are specific to Slalom Records Measure handle/rope Verify boat path is good, prior to submitting. EC Video of last 2 passes only Boat Video for last 2 passes for Elite (MM/OM/OW) Entry Video for last 2 passes for Elite (MM/OM/OW) Survey Record application complete Email TC Chairmen(s) Upload all data to a file on Adrive, Verify everything is uploaded and notify TC Chairmen(s) that files have been uploaded. SLALOM NATL RECORD BOAT PATH VERIFICATION All slalom record boat path are examined using a Video Overlay Program developed by Bob Corson (Slalom Record Checker). 1) An End Course Video (electronic/digital file recommended) is required with the Entry/Exit gate (with min exit gate 1/6 of screen, 1/3 recommended), buoy/boat level in the video, and captured at 30fps; record application and the survey are required. The EC video is required for all passes, but only the last 2 passes will be examined. 2) The boat C/L is based on the 4 entry/exit gate buoys from the survey data. 3) Load the AVI (EC video) and select starting frame when the boat is at the gates and the last frame when the boat is exiting the gates. 4) Capture approximately 482 to 508 frames for a completed pass.

Example would be for 34.2mph @30 fps = 508 frames are captured. 36mph @30fps=482 frames are captured. 5)The boat path (pylon) is examined when the skier is approximately 4 meters in front of the turn buoy to he/she is at the turn buoy. 6) Approximately 9 frames/sample points are taken at the turn buoy (approx. 0.5 m apart) to determine the maximum deviation. These all are dependent on the line length and boat speed. 7) These all are dependent on the line length and boat speed. 8) Maximum deviation at any buoy is 20cm (8 inches). 9) Plus (+) means that the boat is towards the turn buoy; Negative (-) means that the boat is away from the turn buoy. 10) The Total cumulative deviation (algebraic sum of the individual deviations) is based on the score as identified in table of the rule book. Example: Score 3 buoy #1 deviation =+18cm; #2 deviation = -10cm; #3 deviation = -2cm; Total cum dev = +6 (Allowed for score of 3 is +35cm). 11) Boat Position- The following is an example to where the boat is when measuring the deviation. Again, all is dependent on line length and boat speed. The program determines the position based on selecting the line length, the starting and stop position on the entry/exit gates. The following example is not exact distance. 34mph/41off: Boat Position#1 sample (first) = 0.5m in front of boat guide. Boat Position#9 sample (last) = 3.5m after boat guide. 30mph/38off: Boat Position#1 sample (first) = 0.5m after the boat guide. Boat Position#9 sample (last) = 4.5m after boat guide. Wakeup, this completes the SLALOM Section

Recently Viewed Presentations

  • An Effective Approach to a Proven Therapy Why

    An Effective Approach to a Proven Therapy Why

    Data on file, Advanced Medical Optics, Inc. Hodkin MJ, Goldblatt WS, Burgoyne CF, et al. Early clinical experience with the Baerveldt implant in complicated glaucomas. Am J Ophthalmol. 1995;120:32. BAERVELDT glaucoma implant package insert, Advanced Medical Optics. Luttrull JK, Avery...
  • Weather Situation Satellite, RADAR, Model Products  Crown copyright

    Weather Situation Satellite, RADAR, Model Products Crown copyright

    Penny Tranter Analysis Thursday 06/0100 Forecast Thursday 06/1300 WAP 0900 Thursday 0930 Thursday 1000 Thursday 1030 Thursday 1100 Thursday 1130 Thursday 1200 Thursday 1230 Thursday 1300 Thursday 1330 Thursday 1400 Thursday 1430 Thursday 1500 Thursday 1530 Thursday 1600 Thursday 1630...
  • Benefits of control-plane disaggregation with RIC and ... - .wiki

    Benefits of control-plane disaggregation with RIC and ... - .wiki

    O-RAN OS Wiki. O-RAN WG software. releases to O-RAN for . testing end-to-end use cases. O-RAN Specs/Architecture/ Reference design. ... Direct introduction of ONAP to the edge allowing E2E coverage. Orchestration and optimization framework with dynamic policies .
  • THE INVASION OF THE CELTS AND THE ROMANS

    THE INVASION OF THE CELTS AND THE ROMANS

    Four main dialects : Kentish Kent and Surrey West Saxon Saxon ( South Territory of the Thames ) Mercian/Midland between the Thames & the Humber ( Southern Angels ) Northumbrian between the Humber & Scotland Religion of the Anglo-Saxons :...
  • Diapositiva 1 - Istituto Comprensivo C. Salutati A. Cavalcanti

    Diapositiva 1 - Istituto Comprensivo C. Salutati A. Cavalcanti

    Salutati Cavalcanti Un ringraziamento particolare per la Collaborazione ad Anna Maria Angeli Cinema Olimpia - Margine Coperta 1 Giugno 2016 ore 09.00 - 12.30 ... S. Eric-Emmanuel "Nel mare ci sono i coccodrilli", Fabio Geda * * * * ...
  • Race, Power, and the Food System - John Glenn College of ...

    Race, Power, and the Food System - John Glenn College of ...

    Race, Power, and the Food System. Equitable Community Engagement and Decision-Making for More Effective Food Policy. Kip Holley: The Kirwan Institute-Welcome and thank you for coming-We are researchers from the Kirwan Institute….-We have learned a great deal about how the...
  • Travel and Expense Travel and Expense The Department

    Travel and Expense Travel and Expense The Department

    Employee Travel Expense Reconciliation Workflow Examples. Employee will attach all receipts and supporting documentation to associated travel. Employee will lists all expenses and meals by day (prepaid and/or employee paid that's related to travel
  • Ecology Unit

    Ecology Unit

    Scavengers. Feed on . carrion, dead animals. Scavengers are a type of carnivore that eat dead animals, or carrion. Vultures, hyenas, crabs, deep sea fish-talk about distance from the sun and must eat the dead things that sink to the...