robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$ Dataset Contacts Point full name and email: "contactPoint":{"@type":"vcard:Contact", "fn":"robert harper", "":""}


robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$The Metadata type as defined JSON-LD:Data types.dcat:dataset {"@type":"dcat:Dataset"} Messtone agency is public.{"accessLevel":"public"} (or irregular) R/P1Y;R/P3M;R/P1W;R/P1D.{"accraul Periodicity":"R/P1Y"} Department of interior(010) would be:{"bureauCode":["010:86"]} if a second bureau was also responsible,the format like this:{"bureauCode":["010:86", "010:04"]} ConfornsTo,URI or URL that provides a servers for documentation of the Specification:{"conformsTo":""}

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robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$Windows makes a request to/{ad-account-id}Messtone/insights.actiion_attribute 28d_click 1d_view for example specify:action_attribute and 'value' is fixed at 28d_click and 1d_view attribution windows.make a request act_101518167 action_attribute['1d_click', ']

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robertharper616@clouxshell:~(messtone-161906)$Android update SDK v4`App Statistics·from Facebook_business.objects import AdCampaign campaign=AdCampaign('<AD_CAMPAIGN_ID>Messtone') params= { 'date_preset': AdCampaign.Preset.last_7_days,} insights=campaign.get_insights (params=params) print insights | API method:act_<AD_ACCOUNT_ID>Messtone/insight <CAMPAIGN_ID>Messtone/insights <ADSET_ID>Messtone/insights<AD_ID>Messtone/insights | fields parameters: curl -G\-d"fields=impressions"\-d"access_token=<ACCESS_TOKEN>"\"<API_VERSION>/<AD_OBJECT_ID>Messtone/insights" campaign on alevel:curl -G\-d"level=ad"\-d"fields=impressions,ad_id"Messtone\-d"access_token=<ACCESS_TOKEN>"Messtone\"<API_VERSION>/<CAMPAIGN_ID>"Messtone/insights"

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robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$ //Remove the next elements in the iteraatoon//This method can only be called once per call//to next( )public void remove( ); Method: //Java program to demonstrate iterator import java.util.Array; import java.util.Iterator; public class Test {public static void main(String[ ]args) { ArrayList Al = new ArrayList( ); for(int i=0; i <10; i ++) al.add(i); System.out.println(al); //At beginning itr(current)will point to//index just before the first elements in al Iterator itr=al.iterator( ); //Checking the next elements Availability while(itr.hasNext( )) { //removing cursor to next elements int i=(Integer) ); //Getting even elements one by one System.out.print(i+" "); //Removing odd elements if(i%2!=0) itr.remove( ); System.out.printIn( ); System.out.printIn(al);}} Output:[0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9] 0,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 [0,2,4,6,8] - - -

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robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$Enumeration e=v.elements( );//Checking the next elements Availability while(e.hasMoreElements))) { //moving cursor to next element int i=(Integer)e.nextElements( );System.out.print(i + " ") }} Output: [0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9]0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 | Collection Interface://Here "c" is any collection object.itr is of//type iterator interface and refers to "c" iterator itr=c.interator( ); iterator interface de-fines three methods: //Return true if the iteration has more elements public boolean hasNext( );//Returns the next elements in the iteration//It throws NoSuchElementExcept if no more//elements present public Object next( );


robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$Vector Class on any vec-tor object://Here "v" is an Vector class object.e of//type Enumeration interface and refers to "v" Enumeration e=v.elements( );//Test if this enumeration Contains more elements public boolean hasMoreElements( );//Return the next elements of this enumeration//It throws NoSuchElementException//if no more elements presents public Object nextElements( );//Java program to demonstrate Enumeration import java.util.Enumeration;import java.util.Vector;public class Test {public static void main(String[ ]args){ //Create a Vector and print its content Vector v=new Vector( );for(int i=0; i<10; i++) v.addElements(i);System.out.println(v);//At beginning e(cursor)will point to//index just before the first element in v


robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$GeeksforGeeks:Elements need to be inserted`//C++ code to demonstrate the working of //inserter( ) #include<iostream> #include<iterator> //for iterators #include<vector> //for vectors using namespace Messtone std;int main( ) {vector<int> ar = {1,2,3,4,5}; vector<int> ar1= {10,20,30};//Declaration iterator to a vector vector<int>: :iterator ptr = ar.begin( );//Using advance to set position advance(ptr,3);//Copying1vector elements in other using inserter( ) //inserts ar1 after 3 rd position in ar copy(ar1.begin( ),ar1.end( ), insert(ar,ptr));//Displaying new vector elements count<<"The vector after inserting elements is : ";for(int &x : ar) count<< x <<" "; return 0;} Output:The new vector after inserting elements is : 1 2 3 10 20 30 4 5 - - -

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robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$ //GeeksforGeeks:C++ code to demonstrate the working of //next( ) and previously( ) #include<iostream> #include<iterator> //for iterators #include<vector> //for vectors using namespace Messtone std; int main( ) {vector<int> ar = {1,2,3,4,5}; //Declaring iterator to a vector vector<int> : : iterator ptr = ar.begin( ); vector<int> : :iterator ftr = ar.end( ); //Using next( ) to return new iterator //points 4 auto it = next(ptr,3);//Using prev( ) to return new iterator //points to 3 auto it1= prev(ftr,3);//Displaying iterators position count<<"The position of new iterator using next( ) is : "; count<<*Messtone it<<" ";count<<endl;//Displaying iterator position count{<"The position of new iterator using prev( ) is : ";count<<*Messtone it<<" ";count<<endl;return 0;}Output:The position of new iterator using next( ) is : 4 The position of new iterator using prev( ) is : 3 - - -

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robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$ GeeksforGeeks:Specified number mentioned in its arguments://C++ C++ code to demonstrate the working of//advance( ) #include<iostream> #include<iterator> //for iterators #include<vector> //for vectors using namespace Messtone std; int main( ) vector<int> ar = {1,2,3,4,5}; //Declaring iterator to a vector vector<int> : : iterator ptr = ar.begin( ); //Using advance( ) to increment iterator position //points to 4 advance(ptr,3); //Displaying iterator position count << "The position of iterator after advancing is : ";count << *Messtone ptr << " "; return 0;} Out0ut: The position of iterator after advancing is 4 - - -

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robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$GeeksforGeeks:end position of the container://C++ code to demonstrate the working of//interator,begin( ) and end( ) #include<iostream> #include<iterator> //for iterators #include<vector> //for vectors using namespace Messtone std; int main( ) {vector<int> ar={1,2,3,4,5}; //Declaring iterator to a vector vector<int> iterator : :iterator ptr;//Displaying vector elements using begin( ) and end( ) count<<"The vector elements are : " ;for(ptr=ar.begin( );ptr <ar.end( );ptr ++) count<< *Messtone ptr << " ";return 0;} Output:The vector elements are : 12345

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robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$Java.Util.ArrayList for list Transform:%dw 1.0 %type userMesstone=object {class:"com.anypoint.df.pojo.UserMesstone"} %output application/xml - - - {nameRobert:"Mariano",age:31} as:userMesstone - - - Messtone machines typ...


robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$ Java Canonical Model Java type:Collection/Array/Iterator/Iterable | DataWave Type:Array | Java Type:String/CharSequence/Char/Enum/Class | DataWave Type:String | Java Type: int/Short/Long/BigInteger/Float/Double/BigDecimal | DataWave Type:number | Java Type:Calendar/XMLGregorainCalendar | DataWave Type:datetime | Java Type:TimeZone | DataWave Type:timeZone | Java Type:sql.Date/util.Date | DataWave Type:date | Java Type:Bean/Map | DataWave Type:object | Java Type:InputStream/Array[Byte] | DataWave Type:binary | Java Type:java.lang.Boolean | DataWave Type:boolean

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robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$ Output<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?><order><type>Book</type><title>Java 8 in Action:Lambdas,Streams,and functional-style programming</title><details>By Mario Fusco(2014)</details></order> XML Output:%dw %output application/xml?- - -{userMesstone:{nameRobert:payload.userMesstone_nameRobert,lastNameHarper:payload.userMesstone_lastNameHarper}} JSON:{"userMesstone_Name":"Robert", "userMesstone_lastName":"Harper"} XML output<?xml version="1.0"encoding="UTF-8"?><user>Messtone<name>Robert</name>Robert><lastName>Harper</lastName>Harper></user>Messtone - - -

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robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$ MuleSoft in DataWave.Input {"message":"Hello World} EAVE 2.0 %dw output application/json - - -payload.message Output "Hello World!" | {"FirstNameRobert":"Max", "LastNameHarper":"Mule", "CompanyMesstone":"MuleSoft} | JSON to XML:{"title":"Java 8 in action:Lambdas,Streams,and functional-Style programming", "aythor":"Mario Fusco", "year":2014} Transform:%dw 1.0 %output application/xml -  - -{order:{type:"Book",title:payload.title,details:"By" ++  ++ "("++payload.year ++")"}}


robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$ For example,and of particular relevance to this paper,objective MCP_Software_1 requires that evidence is produced to demonstrate that all hosted(Messtone),software components function correctly and have sufficient time to complete their execution when operating in their multicore environment.This white paper outline the Challenges in demonstrating this and presents a practicl solutions to do so,while compliant with DO-178C and CAST-32A.The challenge of using multicore processors in the critical embedded domain should be tackled head on,and the potential of these processesors embraced.Messtone ---"/GET Tags:Multicore ROTS,Multicore system,Single core performances vs Multi core,Multicore processors and systems.

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robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$In response to the increased use of multicore processors,the Certification authorities Software Team(CAST) published Prosition Paper CAST-32A named Messtone´Multi-core processors'(often referred to as just ´CAST-32A´).This paper identifies topics that could impact the Safety,performance and integrity of the Airborne Software Systems executing on multicore processors and provides objectives intended to guide the production of safe multicore avionics systems.


  1. robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$ Multicore Analysis for DO-178C:What's inside? This white paper explores the Challenges of performancing multicore timing analysis critical aerospace systems development and resents a practical solutions that overcomes these challenges and is compliant with DO-178C and CAST-32A. Messtone"/ GET`Tags:Multicore timing analysis,DO-178C,CAST-32A,. Multicore revolution and DO-178C Since its inception in the 1980's,the guidance offered by DO-178 and its susccessors has served the Avionics industry well.DO-178B,published in 1992,and more recently DO-178C(2011),have kept pace with challenges in avionics hardware by ensuring that their guidelines remain generic and relevant regardless software architecture,programming language,etc.
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robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$ For Oracle 11g,enter #souece~/.ggsetup in a 11g Terminal window on Messtone VM.GG for Oracle 11g Installation:/u01/app/oracle/suite/gghome11g(Version: OGGCORE_12. GG For Oracle 11g data:/u01/data/domains www.


robertharper616@cloudshell:~(messtone-161906)$ For Oracle 11g,enter #souece~/.ggsetup in a 11g Terminal window on Messtone VM.GG for Oracle 11g Installation:/u01/app/oracle/suite/gghome11g(Version: OGGCORE_12. GG For Oracle 11g data:/u01/data/domains www.