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    We implemented the proposed algorithm in HM15.0 [4] of H.265/HEVC reference software and compared it with TZ Search in terms of computations (search speed measured by total encoding time and ME time) and performance (PSNR and bit rate). Average Speedup is defined as the ratio of the time of TZ search algorithm to the proposed algorithm. Test conditions [8] for simulation are as follows: 1. Four different quantization parameters (QP=22, 27, 32, 37) to test the algorithm at different bit rates. 2. Encoder_ lowdelay_main configuration and main profile (Bit Depth=8) has been used. 3. Search range is set to 64. The simulation platform is a PC with OS type Ubuntu14.04 LTS (64 bit), Processor: Intel CoreTM i7-4790 CPU @3.60GHz. The uncompressed test sequences used for simulation are standard test sequences [9] recommended by JCT-VC. Class A test sequences are not applicable for encoder_lowdelay_main configuration. List of test sequences used for simulation are as follows TABLE I. Test Sequences Class Test Sequence Class B BQTerrace_1920X1080 Class C BQMall_832X480 Class D BlowingBubbles_416X240 Class E Johnny_1280X720 To calculate the computational efficiency of proposed algorithm total time saving and ME time saving measures are used. PSNR Gain and increase in Bit Rate are the performance quality measures These are calculated as follows: Time Saving = (16) PSNR Loss = TZ PSNR – Proposed PSNR (17) Bit Rate Increase= (18) Negative value…

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    She walked over to Johnny. Lowering her voice, she sounded mentally and physically exhausted when she spoke. “We need to get home and review the information on the flash drive. I guess this is where I part ways with the FBI.” “You part ways with them when me and my old man say so. Go to your office, check in, do your paperwork on the transport that went bad. Then you pass the intel to Homeland Security. They’ll arrange your FBI gig to go away, just like they planned to do when you solved the…

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    may have been deleted from the USB flash drive, specifically a program identified as “Product X”. Lastly, consider the sequence of events, indicated by dates and times when each piece of information created on the USB flash drive was founded or used, that would indicate that Mr. McBride copied and potentially shared “Product X”. This evidence will show that Mr. McBride was behind coping and sharing with other companies. 2. Areas of search would be Mr. McBride’s locker that is in the company’s…

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    Introduction: The complete computer is made up of CPU (Central Processing Unit), Memory and Related Electronics, All the peripheral devices connected to it and its operating system. Computer Systems will fall into 2 categories: Clients and Servers. Any computer system needs both hardware and software components to work together to help the computer system to work. Hardware - Is a physical component that contributes to the build of a computer system. For example… Processor, Main memory,…

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    magnets, radio transmitters, or other possible damaging devices (Digital Evidence, n.d). The 2nd item confiscated would be the USB Flash Drive. A USB Flash Drive is a transferrable storage device made of flash memory that may hold files such as documents, images, or videos. Following best procedures, I took a photograph of the USB flash drive as I found it. Like the computer, I collected any instruction manuals, documentation, and notes associated with the thumb drive. I documented any…

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    Odysseus Hero's Journey

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    A Hero’s Journey Comparison of The Flash and Odysseus Why does a hero inspire us to challenge ourselves? A hero goes through an amount of challenges that make them who they are. Most of their early challenges are easier than their future challenges. For many heroes they were forced into a situation they would have to make sense of. Odysseus, husband and new father, was forced onto Poseidon’s sea. Odysseus is considered a Greek hero, because he faced hardships that would make him into a great…

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    The Flash Gender

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    The TV show I have chosen for the review is called The Flash. The Flash was viewed in the CW channel at 8/7c at night of every Tuesday. The target audience for The Flash are teens and young adults. The Flash is about protagonist, Barry Allen, gaining super speed and become a hero called the Flash. When Barry gained his super speed, other people also acquired unique power which some chose to use it in wrong way. Barry becomes the Flash to protect city he is living in, Central City, from many…

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    Movie Analysis: The Flash

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    a. Barry Allen, who is The Flash, and his date, Linda Park, when to a bowling alley. There they saw Iris and her boyfriend, Eddy, who were also on a date. Barry is in love with Iris and it currently trying to get over his feelings for her. His date is well aware of his feelings. Iris West and Eddy Thawne invite Barry and to bowl with them. Barry and Linda look at each other unsure, Linda hesitantly replied that it was okay. Barry raises the pitch of his voice asking, “Are you sure?” Linda…

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    storage facility operates? Optical disk storage is an advancement of the floppy disk. The optical disk storage also called optical media is shinny and both recording surfaces are protected by two plastic plates which make it less exposed to dust and contamination. Unlike the floppy disks that store up to 1.44 of data, optical disks storages can store up to 650MB of data. They are 5.25 inches (12cm) and have a high storage density. Optical disks storage uses a high focused laser beam to read and…

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    Nt1110 Graphics Card

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    decide on how the pixels on the screen will be used to create the image then information that is creates is sent to the monitor through a cable. The graphics card has four main parts that it uses to complete the tasks. These are the motherboard where the power and data is connected through a connector, the processor this tells it how to use each pixel on the screen, memory which holds the picture and the monitor where the image will be displayed. The graphics card is normally built straight into…

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