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Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) is a 48 km long linear accelerator currently studied at CERN. It is a high luminosity electronpositron collider with an energy range of 0.5-3 TeV. CLIC is based on a two-beam technology in which a high current drive beam transfers RF power to the main beam accelerating structures. The main beam is steered with quadrupole magnets. Main beam components have to be actively pre-aligned within 14 μm in sliding windows of 200 m. To reach the pre-alignment requirement as well as the rigidity required by nano-stabilization, a system based on eccentric cam movers is proposed for the re-adjustment of the main beam quadrupoles. Validation of the technique to the stringent CLIC requirements was started with tests in one degree of freedom on an eccentric cam mover. This paper describes the dedicated mock-up as well as the tests and measurements carried out with it. Finally, the test results are presented
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Investigating the impact rendered by financial capacity and its diagnostics efficiency upon the results of a company’s activity is the most important problem of modern management. The standard conventional methods and tools of the financial analysis have remained in the past. The top management of a modern company ever more often reflects on the alternative approaches for an assessment objectively capable of reflecting both the current situation and the near-term threats jeopardizing the company’s activity. One of such approaches is the business value appraisal method from the time perspective. The advantage of this approach is leading properties inherent in the indices.
This article studies the growth rate-related changes of activity, by separating the analysis of events and trends. The polarity of those categories has been considered as a fundamental principle of the analysis of growth rate, financial instability, and discounted cash flow.
We study sets of bounded remainder for the billiard on the unit square. In particular, we note that every convex set S whose boundary is twice continuously differentiable with positive curvature at every point, is a bounded remainder set for almost all starting angles a and every starting point x. We show that this assertion for a large class of sets does not hold for all irrational starting angles α.
The paper considers the problem of obtaining new data in process of diagnostics of a recognized transportation company. Such knowledge should not contradict to existing theories and objective means, but should be aimed instead at improving the diagnoses issued. By investigating the methodological problem by virtue of the principle of complementarity, the goals of making fundamental changes are achieved without disturbing the efficiency of the enterprise activities.
With the advent of the new and continuously improving technologies, in a couple of years DNA sequencing can be as commonplace as a simple blood test. The growth of sequencing efficiency has a larger exponent than the Moore’s law of standard processors, hence alignment and further processing of sequenced data is the bottleneck. The usage of FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Arrays) technology may provide an efficient alternative. We propose a simple algorithm for DNA sequence alignment, which can be realized efficiently by nucleotic principal agents of Non.Neumann nature. The prototype FPGA implementation runs on a small Terasic DE1-SoC demo board with a Cyclone V chip. We present test results and furthermore analyse the theoretical scalability of this system, showing that the execution time is independent of the length of reference genome sequences. A special advantage of this parallel algorithm is that it performs exhaustive search producing all match variants up to a predetermined number of point (mutation) errors.