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Automation Basics by Raj nayak

Do you want to understand the foundations of automation? Is it your job to make production more productive, efficient and secure? Are you asking yourself how to open up the potential of Industry?
We will provide you with the answers. Profit from our knowledge and experience – well-founded, practical, and explained fast and simply.
You will find the essentials of automation, sensors, RFID and network technology:
1)What basic knowledge you need
2)How to solve common applications
3)What product technologies will help you
Get ready for your future!
Contact@ +91-9555405045 / +91-9811253572
Visit: www.innovicindia.com

Open loop and closed loop control system

An open-loop control system does not automatically correct variations in output as it lacks feedback. It relies on external factors like weather to produce electricity from solar cells. A closed-loop system uses feedback to automatically adjust the output to match the desired target despite disturbances. It has a feedback loop with a sensor that detects errors between the actual and target output for the controller to correct through the actuator. Closed-loop systems are not dependent on the input alone to produce the desired output due to this feedback mechanism.

Fuzzy logic

How can you deal with Fuzzy Logic. Fuzzy logic is a form of many-valued logic; it deals with reasoning that is approximate rather than fixed and exact. In contrast with traditional logic theory, where binary sets have two-valued logic: true or false, fuzzy logic variables may have a truth value that ranges in degree
between 0 and 1

Differential kinematics robotic

1. The document discusses differential kinematics and how it can be used to examine the pose velocities of robot frames. It also covers Jacobians and how they map between joint and Cartesian space velocities.
2. Specific topics covered include differential transformations, screw velocity matrices, relating velocities in different frames, determining Jacobians for serial and parallel robots, and examining robot singularities.
3. Singularities occur when the mechanism loses mobility in certain directions and joint rates will increase near these configurations. Workarounds include tooling design, changing to joint space control near singularities, and carefully planning paths.

Robotics: Introduction to Kinematics

The document discusses robot kinematics and control. It covers topics like coordinate frames, homogeneous transformations, forward and inverse kinematics, joint space trajectories, and cubic polynomial path planning. Specifically:
1) Kinematics is the study of robot motion without regard to forces or moments. It describes the spatial configuration using coordinate frames and homogeneous transformations.
2) Forward kinematics determines end effector position from joint angles. Inverse kinematics determines joint angles for a desired end effector position.
3) Joint space trajectories plan motion by describing joint angle profiles over time using functions like cubic polynomials and splines.
4) Cubic polynomials satisfy constraints like initial/final position and velocity to generate smooth motion profiles for a single revol

Sensors And Actuators

The document discusses sensors, actuators, and input/output devices used in computer-controlled processes. It describes:
1) Sensors that measure continuous and discrete process variables and transmit signals to computers.
2) Actuators that receive signals from computers to control continuous and discrete process parameters.
3) Analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion devices that allow computers to interface with analog sensors and actuators.
4) Input/output devices that allow computers to interface with discrete and pulse data from processes.

IOT and Characteristics of IOT

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of physical objects embedded with electronics, software, and sensors that allows objects to connect and exchange data over the internet. IoT creates opportunities to remotely sense and control objects across networks, improving efficiency. Things in IoT include devices like heart monitors, farm animal tags, sensors in cars, and environmental sensors. These devices collect data using technologies and autonomously share it. IoT requires connectivity between things, intelligence to interpret sensor data, and scalability to handle increased connections.

Iot - Internet of Things

The document outlines a plan for presenting on the topic of the Internet of Things (IoT). It begins with defining IoT as the network of physical objects embedded with sensors that can collect and exchange data over existing network infrastructure. It then lists the following key points that will be covered in the presentation: how IoT works by leveraging technologies like RFID, sensors, and embedded processing; the current status and future prospects of IoT; how IoT can help turn data into wisdom through knowledge management; potential applications of IoT in various industries; technological challenges facing IoT development; and criticisms around privacy, security, and control issues with a ubiquitous IoT network.

Automation Basics by Raj nayak

Do you want to understand the foundations of automation? Is it your job to make production more productive, efficient and secure? Are you asking yourself how to open up the potential of Industry?
We will provide you with the answers. Profit from our knowledge and experience – well-founded, practical, and explained fast and simply.
You will find the essentials of automation, sensors, RFID and network technology:
1)What basic knowledge you need
2)How to solve common applications
3)What product technologies will help you
Get ready for your future!
Contact@ +91-9555405045 / +91-9811253572
Visit: www.innovicindia.com

Open loop and closed loop control system

An open-loop control system does not automatically correct variations in output as it lacks feedback. It relies on external factors like weather to produce electricity from solar cells. A closed-loop system uses feedback to automatically adjust the output to match the desired target despite disturbances. It has a feedback loop with a sensor that detects errors between the actual and target output for the controller to correct through the actuator. Closed-loop systems are not dependent on the input alone to produce the desired output due to this feedback mechanism.

Fuzzy logic

How can you deal with Fuzzy Logic. Fuzzy logic is a form of many-valued logic; it deals with reasoning that is approximate rather than fixed and exact. In contrast with traditional logic theory, where binary sets have two-valued logic: true or false, fuzzy logic variables may have a truth value that ranges in degree
between 0 and 1

Differential kinematics robotic

1. The document discusses differential kinematics and how it can be used to examine the pose velocities of robot frames. It also covers Jacobians and how they map between joint and Cartesian space velocities.
2. Specific topics covered include differential transformations, screw velocity matrices, relating velocities in different frames, determining Jacobians for serial and parallel robots, and examining robot singularities.
3. Singularities occur when the mechanism loses mobility in certain directions and joint rates will increase near these configurations. Workarounds include tooling design, changing to joint space control near singularities, and carefully planning paths.

Robotics: Introduction to Kinematics

The document discusses robot kinematics and control. It covers topics like coordinate frames, homogeneous transformations, forward and inverse kinematics, joint space trajectories, and cubic polynomial path planning. Specifically:
1) Kinematics is the study of robot motion without regard to forces or moments. It describes the spatial configuration using coordinate frames and homogeneous transformations.
2) Forward kinematics determines end effector position from joint angles. Inverse kinematics determines joint angles for a desired end effector position.
3) Joint space trajectories plan motion by describing joint angle profiles over time using functions like cubic polynomials and splines.
4) Cubic polynomials satisfy constraints like initial/final position and velocity to generate smooth motion profiles for a single revol

Sensors And Actuators

The document discusses sensors, actuators, and input/output devices used in computer-controlled processes. It describes:
1) Sensors that measure continuous and discrete process variables and transmit signals to computers.
2) Actuators that receive signals from computers to control continuous and discrete process parameters.
3) Analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion devices that allow computers to interface with analog sensors and actuators.
4) Input/output devices that allow computers to interface with discrete and pulse data from processes.

IOT and Characteristics of IOT

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of physical objects embedded with electronics, software, and sensors that allows objects to connect and exchange data over the internet. IoT creates opportunities to remotely sense and control objects across networks, improving efficiency. Things in IoT include devices like heart monitors, farm animal tags, sensors in cars, and environmental sensors. These devices collect data using technologies and autonomously share it. IoT requires connectivity between things, intelligence to interpret sensor data, and scalability to handle increased connections.

Iot - Internet of Things

The document outlines a plan for presenting on the topic of the Internet of Things (IoT). It begins with defining IoT as the network of physical objects embedded with sensors that can collect and exchange data over existing network infrastructure. It then lists the following key points that will be covered in the presentation: how IoT works by leveraging technologies like RFID, sensors, and embedded processing; the current status and future prospects of IoT; how IoT can help turn data into wisdom through knowledge management; potential applications of IoT in various industries; technological challenges facing IoT development; and criticisms around privacy, security, and control issues with a ubiquitous IoT network.

Chapter 01 Basic Principles of Digital Systems

This document provides an overview of digital systems fundamentals, including:
- Analog signals have continuous values while digital signals can only have discrete values (0 or 1).
- Digital electronics uses binary logic levels to represent information, with a high voltage representing 1 and a low voltage representing 0.
- The binary number system uses positional notation to represent numbers using only the digits 0 and 1.
- Digital circuits operate on binary inputs and outputs, with truth tables listing all possible input-output combinations for a logic gate or circuit.

Numerical method (curve fitting)

Numerical method (curve fitting)
***TOPICS ARE****
Linear Regression
Multiple Linear Regression
Polynomial Regression
Example of Newton’s Interpolation Polynomial And example
Example of Newton’s Interpolation Polynomial And example

scilab

Scilab is an open-source software package for scientific and engineering computing that is similar to Matlab. While Scilab has advantages like being free and including tools like a Matlab file converter, it also has disadvantages such as slower execution times compared to Matlab and GNU Octave, poor documentation, and a tendency to crash or lock up. The limited tutorials and support for Scilab have hindered its adoption, though ongoing development aims to address issues and close the gap with proprietary alternatives like Matlab.

Linear & Non-Linear Systems |Solved problems|

This document discusses linear and nonlinear systems. It defines a linear system as one that satisfies the principles of superposition and homogeneity or scaling. The principles of homogeneity and superposition for a linear system are defined. Homogeneity means that scaling the input scales the output by the same factor. Superposition means that the output for the sum of two inputs is the sum of the outputs for each input individually. A linear system thus satisfies the property of linearity, where the output of scaled and summed inputs is the scaled and summed outputs. Nonlinear systems do not satisfy these properties.

Transfer function, determination of transfer function in mechanical and elect...

In this presentation, Transfer function is described with the importance in Mechanical and Electrical systems.

Interpolation

This document discusses various interpolation methods used in numerical analysis and civil engineering. It describes Newton's divided difference interpolation polynomials which use higher order polynomials to fit additional data points. Lagrange interpolation polynomials are also covered, which avoid divided differences by reformulating Newton's method. The document provides examples of applying these techniques. It concludes with an overview of image interpolation theory, describing how the Radon transform maps spatial data to projections that can be reconstructed.

Fuzzy Logic and Neural Network

Fuzzy logic is a form of logic that deals with reasoning that is approximate rather than fixed and exact. It was introduced in 1965 with the proposal of fuzzy set theory by Lotfi Zadeh. Fuzzy logic uses fuzzy sets and membership functions to deal with imprecise or uncertain inputs and allows for reasoning that allows for partial truth of inputs between fully true and fully false. Fuzzy controllers combine fuzzy logic with control theory to control complex systems. They involve fuzzification of inputs, applying fuzzy rules through inference, and defuzzification of outputs to obtain a crisp control action.

Modern Control - Lec 02 - Mathematical Modeling of Systems

This document provides an overview of mathematical modeling of physical systems. It discusses how to derive mathematical models from physical systems using differential equations based on governing physical laws. The key steps are: (1) defining the physical system, (2) formulating the mathematical model using differential equations, and (3) solving the equations. Common model types include differential equation, transfer function, and state-space models. The document also discusses modeling various physical elements like electrical circuits, mechanical translational/rotational systems, and electro-mechanical systems using differential equations. It covers block diagram representation and reduction of mathematical models. The overall goal is to realize the importance of deriving accurate mathematical models for analyzing and designing control systems.

Control system

This document provides an overview of control systems. It defines a control system as a device or collection of devices that manage the behavior of other devices. It describes distributed control systems (DCS) which have controllers distributed throughout a machine instead of a central controller. The document then discusses the basics of control systems, including feedback and feedforward control. It provides examples of early control systems and describes the development of control theory over time. Finally, it discusses different types of modern control systems including open loop, closed loop, supervisory, direct digital, and hierarchy control systems.

Number system and its conversions

This document discusses different number systems including decimal, binary, octal, and hexadecimal. It provides details on how each system uses a different base and symbols. The key points covered include:
- Decimal uses base 10 with digits 0-9. Binary uses base 2 with digits 0-1. Octal uses base 8 with digits 0-7. Hexadecimal uses base 16 with digits 0-9 and A-F representing 10-15.
- Methods are described for converting between the different number systems including using powers of the base and shortcut tables for binary, octal, and hexadecimal.
- Examples are provided of converting decimal numbers to and from the other number systems through successive division and using place values of the base.

Data Acquisition System

This document discusses data acquisition systems. It describes the typical components of a data acquisition system including sensors, data acquisition hardware, and computer software. The hardware acquires analog signals from sensors, converts the signals to digital values using an analog-to-digital converter, and transfers the data to a computer. The software analyzes and stores the digital data. Common applications of data acquisition systems include industrial processes and laboratory research. The document also provides examples of components such as Arduino boards and LabVIEW software that can be used to build simple, low-cost data acquisition systems.

Robotics: 2-Link Planar Manipulator

1. The document describes a 2 link planar manipulator with 2 rotational joints and specifies the link lengths and coordinate frames.
2. It covers the forward kinematics to find the endpoint using homogeneous transformations by composing individual coordinate transforms between frames.
3. As an example, it shows the coordinate transforms between Frame 0 to Frame 1 which is a rotation of 30 degrees and translation of (1,1) and between Frame 1 to Frame 2 which is a rotation of 60 degrees and translation of (1/2,√3/2).

Plc course level 1

This document provides information on a course about programmable logic controllers (PLCs). The course aims to build understanding of PLC basics, including operations, programming, and engineering. It covers topics like PLC components, programming languages, instructions, applications, installation, and troubleshooting. The target audience includes engineers and maintenance staff interested in PLC automation. Training involves lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on exercises to prepare participants for work with PLC-based systems.

Registers

Introduction
Data formats
Buffer registers
Shift registers
Serial In Serial Out
Serial In Parallel Out
Parallel In Serial Out
Parallel In Parallel Out

Robotic chapter 2

Industrial robots have six basic components: a manipulator, end effector, actuators, sensors, controller, and teach pendant. The manipulator consists of links and joints that give the robot its degrees of freedom. Actuators like electric motors provide movement. Sensors provide feedback and safety. The controller coordinates movement based on taught positions. Programming modes include teach, walk, and software modes. Key robot characteristics are payload, reach, precision, and repeatability. Safety systems use sensors to detect intrusions and stop robots to prevent harm.

Ch2 mathematical modeling of control system

Chapter 2 Mathematical modeling of control system From the book (Ogata Modern Control Engineering 5th).
2-1 introduction.
2-2 transfer function and impulse response function.
2-3 automatic control systems.

Artificial Intelligence

This document provides an introduction to an Artificial Intelligence course. It outlines practical details like the course homepage and textbook. It then gives an overview of course topics including what AI is, problem solving, planning, learning, and communicating. It also provides a brief history of AI, discussing early work in neural networks and logic programming. It notes differences between Lisp and Scheme programming languages.

Laplace transformation

The document discusses the Laplace transform, which is defined as the integral of a function f(t) multiplied by e-st from 0 to infinity. The key points are:
I. For a function to have a Laplace transform, it must be piecewise continuous and of exponential order.
II. Important properties of the Laplace transform include linearity, shifting, and how it handles derivatives.
III. The Laplace transform can be used to solve differential equations and analyze systems in fluid mechanics, electrical engineering, and other fields.

Intro automata theory

Automata theory studies abstract computing devices and the types of tasks they are capable of. Alan Turing pioneered this field in the 1930s by studying Turing machines. The theory examines questions like which tasks can and cannot be performed by different models of machines. It also considers the distinction between what is computable versus the complexity of computation. Common concepts include finite automata, formal languages, and the Chomsky hierarchy for classifying language types. Proofs in automata theory involve techniques like deduction, induction, contradiction, and establishing results by definition.

Introduction state machine

A state machine is a system that can be described by a set of states that the system transitions through. It has a set of inputs, outputs, and memory. There are two main types - Mealy machines where the output is a function of the state and inputs, and Moore machines where the output is only a function of the state. To design a state machine, you first understand the problem, draw a state diagram, reduce states if possible, assign states, and design the circuit from the state table. An example is a serial adder where each bit is added sequentially using states to track the carry.

3 Enthalpy

The document discusses key concepts in thermodynamics including:
1) The first law of thermodynamics states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, only changed from one form to another.
2) Enthalpy is a measurement of the total energy of a system at constant pressure.
3) Chemical reactions can be exothermic or endothermic depending on whether energy is released or absorbed.

Tang 01b enthalpy, entropy, and gibb's free energy

1. Enthalpy (H) is a measure of the total energy of a system at constant pressure. It can be used to determine if a chemical reaction is exothermic or endothermic.
2. Entropy (S) is a measure of disorder or randomness in a system. Reactions that increase disorder have a positive change in entropy.
3. Gibbs free energy (G) takes into account both enthalpy and entropy to determine if a reaction is spontaneous. A reaction is spontaneous if the change in Gibbs free energy (ΔG) is negative.

Chapter 01 Basic Principles of Digital Systems

This document provides an overview of digital systems fundamentals, including:
- Analog signals have continuous values while digital signals can only have discrete values (0 or 1).
- Digital electronics uses binary logic levels to represent information, with a high voltage representing 1 and a low voltage representing 0.
- The binary number system uses positional notation to represent numbers using only the digits 0 and 1.
- Digital circuits operate on binary inputs and outputs, with truth tables listing all possible input-output combinations for a logic gate or circuit.

Numerical method (curve fitting)

Numerical method (curve fitting)
***TOPICS ARE****
Linear Regression
Multiple Linear Regression
Polynomial Regression
Example of Newton’s Interpolation Polynomial And example
Example of Newton’s Interpolation Polynomial And example

scilab

Scilab is an open-source software package for scientific and engineering computing that is similar to Matlab. While Scilab has advantages like being free and including tools like a Matlab file converter, it also has disadvantages such as slower execution times compared to Matlab and GNU Octave, poor documentation, and a tendency to crash or lock up. The limited tutorials and support for Scilab have hindered its adoption, though ongoing development aims to address issues and close the gap with proprietary alternatives like Matlab.

Linear & Non-Linear Systems |Solved problems|

This document discusses linear and nonlinear systems. It defines a linear system as one that satisfies the principles of superposition and homogeneity or scaling. The principles of homogeneity and superposition for a linear system are defined. Homogeneity means that scaling the input scales the output by the same factor. Superposition means that the output for the sum of two inputs is the sum of the outputs for each input individually. A linear system thus satisfies the property of linearity, where the output of scaled and summed inputs is the scaled and summed outputs. Nonlinear systems do not satisfy these properties.

Transfer function, determination of transfer function in mechanical and elect...

In this presentation, Transfer function is described with the importance in Mechanical and Electrical systems.

Interpolation

This document discusses various interpolation methods used in numerical analysis and civil engineering. It describes Newton's divided difference interpolation polynomials which use higher order polynomials to fit additional data points. Lagrange interpolation polynomials are also covered, which avoid divided differences by reformulating Newton's method. The document provides examples of applying these techniques. It concludes with an overview of image interpolation theory, describing how the Radon transform maps spatial data to projections that can be reconstructed.

Fuzzy Logic and Neural Network

Fuzzy logic is a form of logic that deals with reasoning that is approximate rather than fixed and exact. It was introduced in 1965 with the proposal of fuzzy set theory by Lotfi Zadeh. Fuzzy logic uses fuzzy sets and membership functions to deal with imprecise or uncertain inputs and allows for reasoning that allows for partial truth of inputs between fully true and fully false. Fuzzy controllers combine fuzzy logic with control theory to control complex systems. They involve fuzzification of inputs, applying fuzzy rules through inference, and defuzzification of outputs to obtain a crisp control action.

Modern Control - Lec 02 - Mathematical Modeling of Systems

This document provides an overview of mathematical modeling of physical systems. It discusses how to derive mathematical models from physical systems using differential equations based on governing physical laws. The key steps are: (1) defining the physical system, (2) formulating the mathematical model using differential equations, and (3) solving the equations. Common model types include differential equation, transfer function, and state-space models. The document also discusses modeling various physical elements like electrical circuits, mechanical translational/rotational systems, and electro-mechanical systems using differential equations. It covers block diagram representation and reduction of mathematical models. The overall goal is to realize the importance of deriving accurate mathematical models for analyzing and designing control systems.

Control system

This document provides an overview of control systems. It defines a control system as a device or collection of devices that manage the behavior of other devices. It describes distributed control systems (DCS) which have controllers distributed throughout a machine instead of a central controller. The document then discusses the basics of control systems, including feedback and feedforward control. It provides examples of early control systems and describes the development of control theory over time. Finally, it discusses different types of modern control systems including open loop, closed loop, supervisory, direct digital, and hierarchy control systems.

Number system and its conversions

This document discusses different number systems including decimal, binary, octal, and hexadecimal. It provides details on how each system uses a different base and symbols. The key points covered include:
- Decimal uses base 10 with digits 0-9. Binary uses base 2 with digits 0-1. Octal uses base 8 with digits 0-7. Hexadecimal uses base 16 with digits 0-9 and A-F representing 10-15.
- Methods are described for converting between the different number systems including using powers of the base and shortcut tables for binary, octal, and hexadecimal.
- Examples are provided of converting decimal numbers to and from the other number systems through successive division and using place values of the base.

Data Acquisition System

This document discusses data acquisition systems. It describes the typical components of a data acquisition system including sensors, data acquisition hardware, and computer software. The hardware acquires analog signals from sensors, converts the signals to digital values using an analog-to-digital converter, and transfers the data to a computer. The software analyzes and stores the digital data. Common applications of data acquisition systems include industrial processes and laboratory research. The document also provides examples of components such as Arduino boards and LabVIEW software that can be used to build simple, low-cost data acquisition systems.

Robotics: 2-Link Planar Manipulator

1. The document describes a 2 link planar manipulator with 2 rotational joints and specifies the link lengths and coordinate frames.
2. It covers the forward kinematics to find the endpoint using homogeneous transformations by composing individual coordinate transforms between frames.
3. As an example, it shows the coordinate transforms between Frame 0 to Frame 1 which is a rotation of 30 degrees and translation of (1,1) and between Frame 1 to Frame 2 which is a rotation of 60 degrees and translation of (1/2,√3/2).

Plc course level 1

This document provides information on a course about programmable logic controllers (PLCs). The course aims to build understanding of PLC basics, including operations, programming, and engineering. It covers topics like PLC components, programming languages, instructions, applications, installation, and troubleshooting. The target audience includes engineers and maintenance staff interested in PLC automation. Training involves lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on exercises to prepare participants for work with PLC-based systems.

Registers

Introduction
Data formats
Buffer registers
Shift registers
Serial In Serial Out
Serial In Parallel Out
Parallel In Serial Out
Parallel In Parallel Out

Robotic chapter 2

Industrial robots have six basic components: a manipulator, end effector, actuators, sensors, controller, and teach pendant. The manipulator consists of links and joints that give the robot its degrees of freedom. Actuators like electric motors provide movement. Sensors provide feedback and safety. The controller coordinates movement based on taught positions. Programming modes include teach, walk, and software modes. Key robot characteristics are payload, reach, precision, and repeatability. Safety systems use sensors to detect intrusions and stop robots to prevent harm.

Ch2 mathematical modeling of control system

Chapter 2 Mathematical modeling of control system From the book (Ogata Modern Control Engineering 5th).
2-1 introduction.
2-2 transfer function and impulse response function.
2-3 automatic control systems.

Artificial Intelligence

This document provides an introduction to an Artificial Intelligence course. It outlines practical details like the course homepage and textbook. It then gives an overview of course topics including what AI is, problem solving, planning, learning, and communicating. It also provides a brief history of AI, discussing early work in neural networks and logic programming. It notes differences between Lisp and Scheme programming languages.

Laplace transformation

The document discusses the Laplace transform, which is defined as the integral of a function f(t) multiplied by e-st from 0 to infinity. The key points are:
I. For a function to have a Laplace transform, it must be piecewise continuous and of exponential order.
II. Important properties of the Laplace transform include linearity, shifting, and how it handles derivatives.
III. The Laplace transform can be used to solve differential equations and analyze systems in fluid mechanics, electrical engineering, and other fields.

Intro automata theory

Automata theory studies abstract computing devices and the types of tasks they are capable of. Alan Turing pioneered this field in the 1930s by studying Turing machines. The theory examines questions like which tasks can and cannot be performed by different models of machines. It also considers the distinction between what is computable versus the complexity of computation. Common concepts include finite automata, formal languages, and the Chomsky hierarchy for classifying language types. Proofs in automata theory involve techniques like deduction, induction, contradiction, and establishing results by definition.

Introduction state machine

A state machine is a system that can be described by a set of states that the system transitions through. It has a set of inputs, outputs, and memory. There are two main types - Mealy machines where the output is a function of the state and inputs, and Moore machines where the output is only a function of the state. To design a state machine, you first understand the problem, draw a state diagram, reduce states if possible, assign states, and design the circuit from the state table. An example is a serial adder where each bit is added sequentially using states to track the carry.

Chapter 01 Basic Principles of Digital Systems

Chapter 01 Basic Principles of Digital Systems

Numerical method (curve fitting)

Numerical method (curve fitting)

scilab

scilab

Linear & Non-Linear Systems |Solved problems|

Linear & Non-Linear Systems |Solved problems|

Transfer function, determination of transfer function in mechanical and elect...

Transfer function, determination of transfer function in mechanical and elect...

Interpolation

Interpolation

Fuzzy Logic and Neural Network

Fuzzy Logic and Neural Network

Modern Control - Lec 02 - Mathematical Modeling of Systems

Modern Control - Lec 02 - Mathematical Modeling of Systems

Control system

Control system

Number system and its conversions

Number system and its conversions

Data Acquisition System

Data Acquisition System

Robotics: 2-Link Planar Manipulator

Robotics: 2-Link Planar Manipulator

Plc course level 1

Plc course level 1

Registers

Registers

Robotic chapter 2

Robotic chapter 2

Ch2 mathematical modeling of control system

Ch2 mathematical modeling of control system

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Laplace transformation

Laplace transformation

Intro automata theory

Intro automata theory

Introduction state machine

Introduction state machine

3 Enthalpy

The document discusses key concepts in thermodynamics including:
1) The first law of thermodynamics states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, only changed from one form to another.
2) Enthalpy is a measurement of the total energy of a system at constant pressure.
3) Chemical reactions can be exothermic or endothermic depending on whether energy is released or absorbed.

Tang 01b enthalpy, entropy, and gibb's free energy

1. Enthalpy (H) is a measure of the total energy of a system at constant pressure. It can be used to determine if a chemical reaction is exothermic or endothermic.
2. Entropy (S) is a measure of disorder or randomness in a system. Reactions that increase disorder have a positive change in entropy.
3. Gibbs free energy (G) takes into account both enthalpy and entropy to determine if a reaction is spontaneous. A reaction is spontaneous if the change in Gibbs free energy (ΔG) is negative.

Entropy

Entropy is a measure of disorder. The document discusses entropy in the context of several thermodynamic processes and calculations. These include: 1) the change in entropy of 1 kg of ice melting at 0°C, 2) the change in entropy of heating 1 kg of water from 0°C to 100°C, and 3) calculating the total entropy change for a Carnot engine that takes 2000 J of heat from a 500 K reservoir and discards heat to a 350 K reservoir.

Entropy change during thermodynamic process

This document discusses entropy and the laws of thermodynamics. It covers:
1) How entropy changes during different thermodynamic processes like constant volume, pressure, temperature, and adiabatic processes.
2) How entropy changes for different phases of pure substances like ice heating and melting.
3) The third law of thermodynamics which states that the entropy of a pure crystalline substance is zero at absolute zero temperature, providing an absolute reference point for determining entropy.

Entropy

The document discusses the concept of entropy. It begins by defining entropy as a measure of disorder in a system and relating it to the number of microscopic states available to a system. It then discusses different types of disorder, provides an example, and gives mathematical expressions to define and calculate entropy. The document notes the importance of entropy in geochemical thermodynamics and applications like thermobarometric models. It concludes by restating that entropy increases with heat transfer at low temperatures and decreases with heat removal, and is a key concept in understanding the direction of natural processes.

Lecture 18.4- Free Energy

This document discusses spontaneous and nonspontaneous reactions. It explains that a spontaneous reaction favors the formation of products under specified conditions, while a nonspontaneous reaction does not favor the formation of products under the same conditions. It provides the example that photosynthesis is a nonspontaneous reaction that requires an input of energy. The document also discusses entropy, enthalpy, and Gibbs free energy in the context of spontaneous reactions.

Entropy

- Any reversible process can be approximated by a series of reversible, isothermal and reversible, adiabatic processes connected by intermediate states.
- The heat interaction along the reversible path is equal to the heat interaction along the reversible isothermal path between the same initial and final states.
- Therefore, a reversible process can be replaced by a zig-zag path consisting of reversible adiabatic and isothermal processes, satisfying the first law of thermodynamics.
- According to the Clausius theorem, the integral of heat transfer divided by temperature around any cyclic process is equal to zero for a reversible process. This leads to the definition of entropy as a state function.

Chapter 19 Lecture- Thermodynamics

The document discusses key concepts from chemical thermodynamics including the first and second laws of thermodynamics, spontaneous and irreversible processes, entropy, and entropy on the molecular scale. It explains that entropy is a measure of disorder and randomness in a system and can be calculated using the equation S = k lnW, where W is the number of microstates corresponding to a given macrostate. The second law of thermodynamics states that the entropy of the universe increases for spontaneous processes.

Enthalpy

Enthalpy is a thermodynamic quantity equivalent to the total heat content of a system. Enthalpy changes (ΔH) can be exothermic or endothermic. Exothermic reactions release energy to surroundings while endothermic reactions absorb energy from surroundings. Standard enthalpy changes are used to compare reactions under standard conditions of temperature, pressure and states. Examples of standard enthalpy changes include formation, combustion, neutralization, atomization, solution, and hydration. These changes can be determined experimentally by measuring the temperature change of a reaction.

Entropy

1) The document discusses the concept of entropy including its definition as a measure of molecular disorder or randomness.
2) It explains the principal of increasing entropy, which states that the entropy of an isolated system never decreases, and increases for irreversible processes.
3) Expressions are provided for calculating the entropy change of ideal gases, taking into account both constant and variable specific heats.

Entropy Presentation

The document discusses the scientific concept of entropy and how it relates to real-world changes over time. Entropy generally refers to the tendency for things to move from a state of order to disorder or for potential energy to decrease and spread out. This is seen when a mug of hot coffee cools as heat flows out of the mug, or when a mug falls and shatters on the floor as its ordered state breaks apart. The document contrasts this with how things might play out differently in a hypothetical world where entropy decreases rather than increases.

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The document discusses the concept of entropy. It states that:
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2) The second law of thermodynamics says that in an isolated system, the entropy will always increase as the system moves towards disorder over time.
3) This means that structures and organized systems will naturally break down into a more disordered state that requires less energy.

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3 Enthalpy

3 Enthalpy

Tang 01b enthalpy, entropy, and gibb's free energy

Tang 01b enthalpy, entropy, and gibb's free energy

Entropy

Entropy

Entropy change during thermodynamic process

Entropy change during thermodynamic process

Entropy

Entropy

Lecture 18.4- Free Energy

Lecture 18.4- Free Energy

Entropy

Entropy

Chapter 19 Lecture- Thermodynamics

Chapter 19 Lecture- Thermodynamics

Enthalpy

Enthalpy

Entropy

Entropy

Entropy Presentation

Entropy Presentation

10.3 - Entropy and the 2nd law

10.3 - Entropy and the 2nd law

Chem 2 - Gibbs Free Energy and Spontaneous Reactions VI

Chem 2 - Gibbs Free Energy and Spontaneous Reactions VI

Five Ways to Get Better Data From Our Users

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Geoff Brown discusses focusing on solutions rather than problems to enable change. He advocates using new approaches like "unconferencing" conferences to invite collaborative content and value non-experts. Understanding complexity is also important, as is recognizing that human behavior is complexly influenced by social networks. Solutions should be the focus through approaches like appreciative inquiry and positive psychology.

Geelong College Presentation

I was asked by Geelong College to present on Sustainability. I am not a scientist or climate change expert, so I decided to focus my presentation on the stuff I know best. This is a presentation about learning to make the transition to a more more sustainable lifestyle, business, school community or wahtever. In advance, apologies for the 'clutter' on a few of the slides.

Hack the Mind: Using Psychology to Boost Your Fundraising

https://bloomerang.co/resources/webinars/
Jarrett Way will give you a new understanding of the subtle, predictable, and (often) irrational ways donors think. And you’ll have concrete ways to apply these great “brain hacks” to your organization.

How organizations acts like Slime when growing

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Printable Lined Writing Paper - Printable Blank World

The article examines the attitudes of respiratory therapists and nurses toward measures to prevent ventilator-associated pneumonia through a multicenter, cross-sectional survey study. The study aimed to understand reported practices and adherence to evidence-based guidelines by respiratory therapists and nurses. The anonymous survey asked about practices concerning prevention of ventilator-associated pneumonia. The results provide insight into barriers to and facilitators of adherence to guidelines regarding prevention of this infection.

Connected But Alone

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2. Studies show that platforms like Instagram have the most negative impacts on mental health, while YouTube tends to be more positive. Constant notifications and alerts encourage prolonged and repeated screen time that takes away from real social interaction.
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Leadership heineken

The document discusses leadership in a knowledge economy. It notes that the future will be different and the main skill will be unlearning old patterns from the industrial age. Culture plays a key role in how organizations view things and whether they are open to new possibilities. Creating a culture of emotional intelligence, dialogue, and flow states can help organizations be more creative and adaptive.

Culture hacking: a fast, simple (if not easy) way to move to an agile culture

What is culture hacking and how does it help HR, OD and people responsible for ‘new ways of working’ in a large organisation?

Text Evidence Sentence Starters

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Training material- Teamwork- Team Effectiveness.ppt

This document outlines three simple habits of highly effective teams:
1) Set weekly milestones and 30-minute daily standup meetings to frequently track progress on small goals.
2) Assign a single owner for each work item who is responsible for finding solutions within the expected timeframe.
3) Increase transparency by capturing team activities and allowing all members to view or comment on updates, documents, and work tracking.
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Culture hacking: a fast, simple (if not easy) way to move to an agile culture

What is culture hacking and how does it help HR, OD and people responsible for ‘new ways of working’ in a large organisation?

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The document discusses creating a culture of trust and openness in organizations to foster creativity and innovation. It argues that most organizational cultures today still operate with mental models from the industrial age and fail to adapt to the ideas economy. Creating a culture with high emotional intelligence where people feel psychologically safe to share ideas and have constructive dialogue is key to unleashing an organization's full potential. Such cultures exhibit characteristics like transparency, loyalty, and a focus on learning from mistakes rather than judgment.

006 Essay Example How To Write Col. Online assignment writing service.

The document discusses representative democracy in the UK. It provides examples of how the UK system represents the people indirectly through elections of representatives, as opposed to direct democracy. It notes positive aspects like devolved governments, independent judiciary, and free elections. However, it also discusses criticisms like underrepresentation of minority viewpoints due to the first-past-the-post voting system. As an example of power distributed locally, it describes how the Welsh Assembly made prescription medicine free.

How To Create A Good Hook For A Persuasive Essay

Solution-focused therapy is a brief, client-centered form of therapy that focuses on solutions rather than problems, and empowers clients by praising their progress; it originated in the 1980s through the work of therapists Steve de Shazer and Insoo Kim Berg who developed it as an alternative to problem-focused therapy; this document provides a history of solution-focused therapy, examines a case study example, and discusses how its principles can be applied in practice.

2015 Arts Midwest Workshop: Embracing the Digital Age

Presentation from October 4, 2015: Arts Midwest Orchestras 20/20: Context, Connection, Collaboration. An attempt to lay out the context of audience, competition, technology and strategy - then a set of practical steps to get things done.

Best Memory Essay. The Role Of Memorable Memori

Here is a draft 500-word essay on becoming a state trooper:
My Dream of Becoming a State Trooper
Ever since I was a young boy, I have dreamed of becoming a state trooper. There was something about
helping people and keeping communities safe that really appealed to me. State troopers play such an
important role in our society, and I have always wanted to be part of that important work.
One of the main reasons I want to be a trooper is to protect the public. As a trooper, it would be my
job to patrol highways and respond to emergencies. I would help people who are in dangerous or
difficult situations, such as responding to car accidents

What every teacher should know about cognitive research

From the Colorado Science Conference (Nov, 2011)
In the past few decades, we’ve gained a wealth of information about how people learn. The results of this cognitive and education research can help us become more effective teachers. In this interactive talk, we’ll explore some of the main findings of cognitive research in a language accessible to everybody, and discuss how they can be used in our teaching.

How To Make A Good Concluding Sentence For An Essay

The document provides steps on how to request an assignment to be written through the website HelpWriting.net. It outlines registering for an account, completing an order form with instructions and deadline, reviewing writer bids and qualifications, placing a deposit to start the assignment, reviewing and authorizing payment for the completed work, and utilizing free revisions. The website uses a bidding system matching requests to qualified writers and offers original, high-quality content with refunds for plagiarism.

How To Write A Rhetorical Analysis Essay

The document provides instructions for how to request and receive help with writing assignments from the HelpWriting.net website. It outlines a 5-step process: 1) Create an account with a password and email. 2) Complete an order form with instructions, sources, and deadline. 3) Review bids from writers and choose one. 4) Receive the paper and approve payment if satisfied. 5) Request revisions until fully satisfied, with a refund option for plagiarized work. The process aims to match clients with qualified writers to meet assignment needs.

Five Ways to Get Better Data From Our Users

Five Ways to Get Better Data From Our Users

Complexity, Collaboration and Unconferencing

Complexity, Collaboration and Unconferencing

Geelong College Presentation

Geelong College Presentation

Hack the Mind: Using Psychology to Boost Your Fundraising

Hack the Mind: Using Psychology to Boost Your Fundraising

How organizations acts like Slime when growing

How organizations acts like Slime when growing

Printable Lined Writing Paper - Printable Blank World

Printable Lined Writing Paper - Printable Blank World

Connected But Alone

Connected But Alone

Leadership heineken

Leadership heineken

Culture hacking: a fast, simple (if not easy) way to move to an agile culture

Culture hacking: a fast, simple (if not easy) way to move to an agile culture

Text Evidence Sentence Starters

Text Evidence Sentence Starters

Training material- Teamwork- Team Effectiveness.ppt

Training material- Teamwork- Team Effectiveness.ppt

Culture hacking: a fast, simple (if not easy) way to move to an agile culture

Culture hacking: a fast, simple (if not easy) way to move to an agile culture

110518leadershipheineken hwg

110518leadershipheineken hwg

006 Essay Example How To Write Col. Online assignment writing service.

006 Essay Example How To Write Col. Online assignment writing service.

How To Create A Good Hook For A Persuasive Essay

How To Create A Good Hook For A Persuasive Essay

2015 Arts Midwest Workshop: Embracing the Digital Age

2015 Arts Midwest Workshop: Embracing the Digital Age

Best Memory Essay. The Role Of Memorable Memori

Best Memory Essay. The Role Of Memorable Memori

What every teacher should know about cognitive research

What every teacher should know about cognitive research

How To Make A Good Concluding Sentence For An Essay

How To Make A Good Concluding Sentence For An Essay

How To Write A Rhetorical Analysis Essay

How To Write A Rhetorical Analysis Essay

Recommendation System using RAG Architecture

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Nordic Marketo Engage User Group_June 13_ 2024.pptx

Slides from event

Fueling AI with Great Data with Airbyte Webinar

This talk will focus on how to collect data from a variety of sources, leveraging this data for RAG and other GenAI use cases, and finally charting your course to productionalization.

Serial Arm Control in Real Time Presentation

Serial Arm Control in Real Time

Azure API Management to expose backend services securely

How to use Azure API Management to expose backend service securely

TrustArc Webinar - 2024 Global Privacy Survey

How does your privacy program stack up against your peers? What challenges are privacy teams tackling and prioritizing in 2024?
In the fifth annual Global Privacy Benchmarks Survey, we asked over 1,800 global privacy professionals and business executives to share their perspectives on the current state of privacy inside and outside of their organizations. This year’s report focused on emerging areas of importance for privacy and compliance professionals, including considerations and implications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies, building brand trust, and different approaches for achieving higher privacy competence scores.
See how organizational priorities and strategic approaches to data security and privacy are evolving around the globe.
This webinar will review:
- The top 10 privacy insights from the fifth annual Global Privacy Benchmarks Survey
- The top challenges for privacy leaders, practitioners, and organizations in 2024
- Key themes to consider in developing and maintaining your privacy program

5th LF Energy Power Grid Model Meet-up Slides

5th Power Grid Model Meet-up
It is with great pleasure that we extend to you an invitation to the 5th Power Grid Model Meet-up, scheduled for 6th June 2024. This event will adopt a hybrid format, allowing participants to join us either through an online Mircosoft Teams session or in person at TU/e located at Den Dolech 2, Eindhoven, Netherlands. The meet-up will be hosted by Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), a research university specializing in engineering science & technology.
Power Grid Model
The global energy transition is placing new and unprecedented demands on Distribution System Operators (DSOs). Alongside upgrades to grid capacity, processes such as digitization, capacity optimization, and congestion management are becoming vital for delivering reliable services.
Power Grid Model is an open source project from Linux Foundation Energy and provides a calculation engine that is increasingly essential for DSOs. It offers a standards-based foundation enabling real-time power systems analysis, simulations of electrical power grids, and sophisticated what-if analysis. In addition, it enables in-depth studies and analysis of the electrical power grid’s behavior and performance. This comprehensive model incorporates essential factors such as power generation capacity, electrical losses, voltage levels, power flows, and system stability.
Power Grid Model is currently being applied in a wide variety of use cases, including grid planning, expansion, reliability, and congestion studies. It can also help in analyzing the impact of renewable energy integration, assessing the effects of disturbances or faults, and developing strategies for grid control and optimization.
What to expect
For the upcoming meetup we are organizing, we have an exciting lineup of activities planned:
-Insightful presentations covering two practical applications of the Power Grid Model.
-An update on the latest advancements in Power Grid -Model technology during the first and second quarters of 2024.
-An interactive brainstorming session to discuss and propose new feature requests.
-An opportunity to connect with fellow Power Grid Model enthusiasts and users.

Taking AI to the Next Level in Manufacturing.pdf

Read Taking AI to the Next Level in Manufacturing to gain insights on AI adoption in the manufacturing industry, such as:
1. How quickly AI is being implemented in manufacturing.
2. Which barriers stand in the way of AI adoption.
3. How data quality and governance form the backbone of AI.
4. Organizational processes and structures that may inhibit effective AI adoption.
6. Ideas and approaches to help build your organization's AI strategy.

Energy Efficient Video Encoding for Cloud and Edge Computing Instances

Energy Efficient Video Encoding for Cloud and Edge Computing Instances

Main news related to the CCS TSI 2023 (2023/1695)

An English 🇬🇧 translation of a presentation to the speech I gave about the main changes brought by CCS TSI 2023 at the biggest Czech conference on Communications and signalling systems on Railways, which was held in Clarion Hotel Olomouc from 7th to 9th November 2023 (konferenceszt.cz). Attended by around 500 participants and 200 on-line followers.
The original Czech 🇨🇿 version of the presentation can be found here: https://www.slideshare.net/slideshow/hlavni-novinky-souvisejici-s-ccs-tsi-2023-2023-1695/269688092 .
The videorecording (in Czech) from the presentation is available here: https://youtu.be/WzjJWm4IyPk?si=SImb06tuXGb30BEH .

Nunit vs XUnit vs MSTest Differences Between These Unit Testing Frameworks.pdf

When it comes to unit testing in the .NET ecosystem, developers have a wide range of options available. Among the most popular choices are NUnit, XUnit, and MSTest. These unit testing frameworks provide essential tools and features to help ensure the quality and reliability of code. However, understanding the differences between these frameworks is crucial for selecting the most suitable one for your projects.

Presentation of the OECD Artificial Intelligence Review of Germany

Consult the full report at https://www.oecd.org/digital/oecd-artificial-intelligence-review-of-germany-609808d6-en.htm

Choosing The Best AWS Service For Your Website + API.pptx

Have you ever been confused by the myriad of choices offered by AWS for hosting a website or an API?
Lambda, Elastic Beanstalk, Lightsail, Amplify, S3 (and more!) can each host websites + APIs. But which one should we choose?
Which one is cheapest? Which one is fastest? Which one will scale to meet our needs?
Join me in this session as we dive into each AWS hosting service to determine which one is best for your scenario and explain why!

HCL Notes und Domino Lizenzkostenreduzierung in der Welt von DLAU

Webinar Recording: https://www.panagenda.com/webinars/hcl-notes-und-domino-lizenzkostenreduzierung-in-der-welt-von-dlau/
DLAU und die Lizenzen nach dem CCB- und CCX-Modell sind für viele in der HCL-Community seit letztem Jahr ein heißes Thema. Als Notes- oder Domino-Kunde haben Sie vielleicht mit unerwartet hohen Benutzerzahlen und Lizenzgebühren zu kämpfen. Sie fragen sich vielleicht, wie diese neue Art der Lizenzierung funktioniert und welchen Nutzen sie Ihnen bringt. Vor allem wollen Sie sicherlich Ihr Budget einhalten und Kosten sparen, wo immer möglich. Das verstehen wir und wir möchten Ihnen dabei helfen!
Wir erklären Ihnen, wie Sie häufige Konfigurationsprobleme lösen können, die dazu führen können, dass mehr Benutzer gezählt werden als nötig, und wie Sie überflüssige oder ungenutzte Konten identifizieren und entfernen können, um Geld zu sparen. Es gibt auch einige Ansätze, die zu unnötigen Ausgaben führen können, z. B. wenn ein Personendokument anstelle eines Mail-Ins für geteilte Mailboxen verwendet wird. Wir zeigen Ihnen solche Fälle und deren Lösungen. Und natürlich erklären wir Ihnen das neue Lizenzmodell.
Nehmen Sie an diesem Webinar teil, bei dem HCL-Ambassador Marc Thomas und Gastredner Franz Walder Ihnen diese neue Welt näherbringen. Es vermittelt Ihnen die Tools und das Know-how, um den Überblick zu bewahren. Sie werden in der Lage sein, Ihre Kosten durch eine optimierte Domino-Konfiguration zu reduzieren und auch in Zukunft gering zu halten.
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- Wie funktionieren CCB- und CCX-Lizenzen wirklich?
- Verstehen des DLAU-Tools und wie man es am besten nutzt
- Tipps für häufige Problembereiche, wie z. B. Team-Postfächer, Funktions-/Testbenutzer usw.
- Praxisbeispiele und Best Practices zum sofortigen Umsetzen

dbms calicut university B. sc Cs 4th sem.pdf

Its a seminar ppt on database management system using sql

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During this demo, the founders of Secludy will demonstrate how their system utilizes Milvus to store and manipulate embeddings for generating privacy-protected synthetic data. Their approach not only maintains the confidentiality of the original data but also enhances the utility and scalability of LLMs under privacy constraints. Attendees, including machine learning engineers, data scientists, and data managers, will witness first-hand how Secludy's integration with Milvus empowers organizations to harness the power of LLMs securely and efficiently.

Building Production Ready Search Pipelines with Spark and Milvus

Spark is the widely used ETL tool for processing, indexing and ingesting data to serving stack for search. Milvus is the production-ready open-source vector database. In this talk we will show how to use Spark to process unstructured data to extract vector representations, and push the vectors to Milvus vector database for search serving.

How to Interpret Trends in the Kalyan Rajdhani Mix Chart.pdf

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Recommendation System using RAG Architecture

Recommendation System using RAG Architecture

Nordic Marketo Engage User Group_June 13_ 2024.pptx

Nordic Marketo Engage User Group_June 13_ 2024.pptx

Fueling AI with Great Data with Airbyte Webinar

Fueling AI with Great Data with Airbyte Webinar

Serial Arm Control in Real Time Presentation

Serial Arm Control in Real Time Presentation

Azure API Management to expose backend services securely

Azure API Management to expose backend services securely

TrustArc Webinar - 2024 Global Privacy Survey

TrustArc Webinar - 2024 Global Privacy Survey

5th LF Energy Power Grid Model Meet-up Slides

5th LF Energy Power Grid Model Meet-up Slides

Deep Dive: AI-Powered Marketing to Get More Leads and Customers with HyperGro...

Deep Dive: AI-Powered Marketing to Get More Leads and Customers with HyperGro...

Taking AI to the Next Level in Manufacturing.pdf

Taking AI to the Next Level in Manufacturing.pdf

Energy Efficient Video Encoding for Cloud and Edge Computing Instances

Energy Efficient Video Encoding for Cloud and Edge Computing Instances

Main news related to the CCS TSI 2023 (2023/1695)

Main news related to the CCS TSI 2023 (2023/1695)

Nunit vs XUnit vs MSTest Differences Between These Unit Testing Frameworks.pdf

Nunit vs XUnit vs MSTest Differences Between These Unit Testing Frameworks.pdf

Presentation of the OECD Artificial Intelligence Review of Germany

Presentation of the OECD Artificial Intelligence Review of Germany

Choosing The Best AWS Service For Your Website + API.pptx

Choosing The Best AWS Service For Your Website + API.pptx

HCL Notes und Domino Lizenzkostenreduzierung in der Welt von DLAU

HCL Notes und Domino Lizenzkostenreduzierung in der Welt von DLAU

dbms calicut university B. sc Cs 4th sem.pdf

dbms calicut university B. sc Cs 4th sem.pdf

Generating privacy-protected synthetic data using Secludy and Milvus

Generating privacy-protected synthetic data using Secludy and Milvus

Building Production Ready Search Pipelines with Spark and Milvus

Building Production Ready Search Pipelines with Spark and Milvus

How to Interpret Trends in the Kalyan Rajdhani Mix Chart.pdf

How to Interpret Trends in the Kalyan Rajdhani Mix Chart.pdf

Overcoming the PLG Trap: Lessons from Canva's Head of Sales & Head of EMEA Da...

Overcoming the PLG Trap: Lessons from Canva's Head of Sales & Head of EMEA Da...

- 1. INFORMATION ENTROPY By Oliver Reichenstein, iA Inc.
- 2. 2012
- 18. 52 Trillion in 1$ Bills
- 19. QUALITY
- 20. 52 Trillion
- 21. 68% spam
- 22. 99.99% in the trash.
- 23. 48,000,000,000 hours of YouTube.
- 24. 1,000,000,000 x “Gangnam Style”.
- 25. 99.999% Trash.
- 34. The Web has become like TV.
- 35. It’s noisy.
- 36. It’sboring.
- 37. It is too much mostly Advert iseme nt.
- 38. WHY?
- 39. “When you're young, you look at television and think, There's a conspiracy. The networks have conspired to dumb us down. But when you get a little older, you realize that's not true. The networks are in business to give people exactly what they want. That's a far more depressing thought. Conspiracy is optimistic! … We can have a revolution! But the networks are really in business to give people what they want. It's the truth.” —Steve Jobs
- 40. The medium is a mirror. Because humans are messy, everything will get even messier.
- 41. :(
- 42. “Language allows information to accumulate more and more rapidly as time passes. Due to language I can receive signals from Confucius, Heraclitus, Plato, et cetera, et cetera. Now the acceleration of information has reached a point where I think it’s totally out of control and nobody can stop it.” — Robert Anton Wilson
- 43. We are doing with our mind what we have successfully done to our environment. We are making a mess.
- 46. ENTROPY
- 47. 1. A measure of the unavailable energy in a closed thermodynamic system that is also usually considered to be a measure of the system's disorder... Broadly: the degree of disorder or uncertainty in a system 2a : the degradation of the matter and energy in the universe to an ultimate state of inert uniformity 2b : a process of degradation or running down or a trend to disorder 3: chaos, disorganization, randomness
- 48. 1. A measure of the unavailable energy in a closed thermodynamic system that is also usually considered to be a measure of the system's disorder... Broadly: the degree of disorder or uncertainty in a system 2a. The degradation of the matter and energy in the universe to an ultimate state of inert uniformity 2b : a process of degradation or running down or a trend to disorder 3: chaos, disorganization, randomness
- 49. 1. A measure of the unavailable energy in a closed thermodynamic system that is also usually considered to be a measure of the system's disorder... Broadly: the degree of disorder or uncertainty in a system 2a. The degradation of the matter and energy in the universe to an ultimate state of inert uniformity 2b. A process of degradation or running down or a trend to disorder 3: chaos, disorganization, randomness
- 50. 1. A measure of the unavailable energy in a closed thermodynamic system that is also usually considered to be a measure of the system's disorder... Broadly: the degree of disorder or uncertainty in a system 2a. The degradation of the matter and energy in the universe to an ultimate state of inert uniformity 2b. A process of degradation or running down or a trend to disorder 3. Chaos, disorganization, randomness
- 53. WHY SO NEGATIVE?
- 54. “Iteration scales collaboration: Lots of people making small changes. Just as inaccuracy scales knowledge: Knowledge can't get huge unless it's allowed to be wrong sometimes... and just as messiness scales meaning.” —David Weinberger
- 55. Messiness scales meaning? How so? Automatically? Because it’s… all… like… you know… awesome?
- 56. WHAT DO WE KNOW FOR SURE?
- 57. “From a scientific point of view, optimism and pessimism are objectionable: optimism assumes, or tempts to prove, that the universe exists to please us, and pessimism that it exists to displease us. Scientifically, there is no evidence that it is concerned with us either one or the other way.” —Bertrand Russell
- 62. We are good at cleaning up, but making a mess and ignoring it, this is what we are really good at. And in both cases technology works as an amplifier.
- 63. Is it pessimistic to assume that what analog technology has done to our environment, information technology is doing to our minds?
- 65. “…commodification [of personal data] is not happening against the wishes of ordinary citizens but because this is what ordinary citizen-consumer want. Look no further than Google’s email and Amazon’s Kindle to see that no one is forced to use them: people do it willingly.” –Evgeny Morozov (yes, that [negative] guy)
- 66. CAN WE DESIGN OR PROGRAM THIS AWAY?
- 67. 1. Reduction creates essence. (We can do a better job at focussing on essence.)
- 68. 2. Silence and pauses give structure. (Meaning needs Pauses. Thought needs room. We can improve our own diet.)
- 69. 3. Details clear things up. (And they show that you care as a human being for another human being.)
- 70. 4. Conscious repetition is fun. (Redundancy makes a message memorable, identifiable and solid. Kids love repetition. Repetition is fun. Repetition is funny. “New” is overrated.)
- 71. 5. Negativity motivates. (Don’t be negative? Branding negativity as evil and unwise is utter ideological nonsense. Negativity is as evil as the color black, it is as unwise as the word “No”. There is nothing wrong with negativity. Negativity has its place in communication and so does positivity. Ultimately, negativity can be a much stronger motivator than positivity. If you censor negativity, how do you grow? To grow, you better embrace negativity. What you should do, is trying to avoid all optimism and pessimism. That’ll help you seeing reality for what it is and not for what you wish it to be.)
- 72. 6. Slowness is powerful. (There is no need to increase overall user engagement, we engage enough. It’d be nice to start shaping technology so it slows us down a little.)
- 73. …and?
- 74. OK, NOW ENOGH WITH THE NEGATIVITY AND THE REPETITION AND THE SLOWNESS. GIVE US SOMETHING… NEW!
- 75. Design is a process. Writing is a process. Business is a process. (Improving the quality not a matter of good intentions. It’s how you do it. It’s a matter of process.)
- 76. If the process sucks, the result sucks. (There is no killer method to solve all problems. Problem solving is a process. Always focus on the process, if you’r unhappy with the result.)
- 77. Design Processes. Editorial Processes. Business Processes. (Improve your team’s performance? Maybe invest into improving the internal communication before you raise salaries, hire more staff and move into an even cooler office? Improve the financial industry? Well maybe you should look at how they communicate with each other, how they read and write, how they communicate internally before you you try to fix their results.)
- 78. Look at internal information processes before you paint a nice picture of a corporation on the outside. (One can feel that the NYT has a broken Content Management System, that they use Word to write and edit texts, that they send those word document back and forth. One can feel it not only on their home page, one can feel it in the article.)
- 79. Your information architecture is your brand architecture. To improve it:
- 80. 1. Reduction creates essence. 2. Silence and pauses give structure. 3. Details clear things up. 4. Conscious repetition is fun. 5. Negativity motivates. 6. Slowness is powerful. 7. Focus on process (not on pretty pics).
- 81. THANK YOU.