The purpose of this study is to perform an analysis on a discussion of REST creator Roy Thomas Fielding, where he exposes a critique of implementations that claim to use the architectural model proposed in his thesis. Implementations of APIs that manifest themselves as RESTFUL are used as object of study. Architectural Constraints are used which refer to important features of the model to verify these implementations, where they must succeed in these comparisons with the constraints, so that they can prove to implement the model. The conclusion is that there are in fact several implementations that are improperly named, where they have several similarities to the model in their implementation, but do not agree with the constraints that must be implemented so that it can be considered an instance of the model.
Manufacturing industries are changing rapidly towards more flexibility and autonomy. The RoboCup Logistics League (RCLL) and RoboCup@Work tackle research questions in this domain focusing on automated reasoning and planning, and mobile manipulation respectively. However, future scenarios will require both aspects (and more) and will most likely operate with more heterogeneous systems. In this paper, we propose a cross-over challenge to foster closer cooperation among the two leagues to address these challenges. We outline four integration milestones and propose a specific scenario and task for the first milestone. The effort is driven by stakeholders of both leagues.
Sebastian Zug, Tim Niemueller, Nico Hochgeschwender, Kai Seidensticker, Martin Seidel, Tim Friedrich, Tobias Neumann, Ulrich Karras, Gerhard Kraetzschmar, and Alexander Ferrein
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reledmac is a package for typesetting scholarly critical editions, replacing the established ledmac and eledmac packages. The package supports indexing by page and by line numbers, and simple tabular- and array-style environments.
Example - the `superflip' configuration
Once you have mastered Rubik's cube, then an interesting exercise is to generate
the so-called `superflip' configuration, in which all the corners are correctly
solved, while all the edges are flipped.
For the impatient, the superflip sequence of 24 quarter-turn rotations (listed on Randelshofer's website) is as follows. This converts the solved cube on the left into the configuration shown on the right.
Rubik package on CTAN: http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/rubik
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by Lauro César Araujo.
Throughout the ECE Lab section we have learnt many electronics concepts and applied almost all of them directly or indirectly in our final lab project. Additionally, having taken away a lot from this course, we aimed to make a project that would challenge us academically and intellectually; for our final lab assignment, we made an autonomous line-following robot, that would follow a white line track using RedBot sensors, and would respond to audio cues from the environment using a microphone. In this report, we explain the use of each of the components that were used to make the final vehicle and the working of the vehicle itself.