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    As discussed in the earlier section, wavelet transform of the signals is recommended due to the limitations offered by STFT. AWT (Analytic Wavelet Transform) provides suitable and adaptive time-scale and time-frequency domains. Zhu [15] found better results using AWT over STFT while analyzing the noise causing human hearing loss. AWT is a type of the Continuous Wavelet Transform that calculates the product of signals and complex Morlet wavelet due to which the resulting coefficients are complex numbers and analytic in nature therefore makes it a complex continuous wavelet transform [16]. The mother wavelet in AWT is given in Eq. 5. (5) Where j is a complex number, is a real function and is the frequency parameter. The complex Morlet wavelet…

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    potential. In Finding Forrester, Jamal, a talented high schooler, meets William Forrester, a hermit author. At first they seem to be two sides of the same coin, but as conflict occurs they rise above their fears and grow for the better. In chaotic confrontations, people’s faults become apparent, and they transform into who they really are. During confrontation, people realize their transformation into who they really are. Professor Crawford, the antagonist who could make or break Jamal’s…

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    P. one student was uninterested in the activity because of the topics like superheroes, dragons, and wizards. So I went over and asked what she enjoyed and she shared about soccer. Therefore, for her I chose the genre of realistic fiction for the next round in the activity. Then had the students act out the characters they would find in a realistic fiction book about soccer. All of the students were excited and that student was smiling and engaged in the rest lesson. A small change due to…

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    In Finding Forrester, an individual's growth and change depends on who is included in their surrounding environment; by seeing how others live helps one make a transformation into who that person will be in the future. People transform into better individuals by whom they involve in their lives. As the main character Jamal decides to take a dare from one of his classmates he breaks into Foresters home. When he breaks in he doesn’t notice that Forrester is still awake, he later finds out by…

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    How is it that people can look around at other individuals and watch them transform right in front of their eyes? In the movie Finding Forrester people are able to watch many characters transform just due to the human beings around them. Jamal has a strong passion for writing but, is always looking for help to improve. William is a writer who has shut himself away from society. These two happen to have a truly unique meeting, Jamal breaks into William's apartment due to a dare, from this point…

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    In Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka, Gregor is not the only one who transforms but the whole family dynamic transforms due to his metamorphosis into a cockroach. Due to that transformation, there is conflict between family members particularly between Gregor’s mother and Grete, his sister. This transformation helps the readers see another view on human nature and family dynamics. From the start of the story, Gregor is transformed into a cockroach, which leads his family into conflict about how to…

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    No matter where a person may come from, everyone encounters a similar journey. The journey that is heard in stories is symbolic to what anyone may go through in life. In the story “A worn path”, an old women goes through many obstacles as she is on the pathway to acquiring what she sought after. In order to better convey the hero’s journey in the story A Worn Path, Eudora Welty uses characterization, symbolism, and conflict. In the story characterization is used to describe the main character…

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    Devops: A Case Study

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    Continuous Integration is a process with which the code checked-in would be verified with an automated build. This would help the developer to detect the bugs/errors in the initial phase of software development. Continuous Deployment is a methodology with which the changes are built, tested and deployed for releases. Automation is the key for DevOps. With automation DevOps enables the team to efficiently communicate, collaborate and integrate with each other. Various tools used in the…

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    Color Analysis Lab Report

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    Introduction In color reproduction, gamut or the color gamut is a certain complete subset of colors, which can be accurately represented in a given circumstance such as given color space [1]. In another words gamut literally means the total range of possibilities that can be accomplished from red, green and blue (RGB) for a particular device [2]. If certain color cannot be reproduced accurately there is a way how to calculate the color difference by adequately describing the color by numerical…

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    My Rehearsal Analysis

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    Part 2: What you did during the rehearsal For this part of the reflection regarding what I did during my rehearsal, I have chosen to analyze how I Elicited and Responded to Student Thinking and how I Represented Students’ Mathematical Thinking. Eliciting & Responding to Student Thinking To demonstrate how I elicited and responded to student thinking, I have chosen to examine my video from 2:45 – 3:25. During this time, I asked students for their answers to the problem given to them and their…

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