kandi X-RAY | TAS Summary
kandi X-RAY | TAS Summary
TAS oneM2M Server is a server framework that supports 3'rd party device interworking, but does not support oneM2M as an IoT international standard. Using a TAS oneM2M Server source, you can develop the devices that do not support oneM2M to interwork with the Oasis SI server. The corresponding Open Source that is TAS Emulator Source provides a function to connect the device to oneM2M Server in the imagination.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Read message
- Method to get the data for this request
- Get request data
- Get the data for this connection
- Get data from URL
- Parse the contents of a stream into a StringBuffer
- Method to insert a simulator
- Delete smartthing
- Insert a smartthing
- Get Updaterule info
- Update Updater
- User result
- Update rule
- Update rule values
- Update rule info
- Update ruleserver
- Update simulator
- Update a simulator value
- Update model
- Update rulesenservice
- Get data array from URL
- Run the HttpM connection
- Main entry point
- Update simulator long polling value
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I need to write this df into an xml file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-10 at 18:37
Your XML has too many unnecessary nesting levels. Try to cut them down if possible.
It makes for a simpler loop if your group by the Tree ID before generating the XML:
I have an assignment where I am "Tasked to modify a Red-black tree to have access by indices and other behaviors from the lists interface and that you cannot just use indices as keys – i.e., wrapping your calls around a map implementation, as doing so would require the indices to be renumbered every time an item is added to or removed from a list (this would take O(n log n)). Instead, you will use subtree sizes in every node and base the insertions on those when given indices. In fact, the items in your list will be ordered only by their list indices."
This would mean the following methods
- boolean add(E e)
- void add(int index, E element)
- E remove(int index)
- E get(int index)
- int size()
- void clear()
Would be coded using the following specifications.
I am not asking for someone to write an answer to this, rather I am asking how would I do it? I asked my professor and TAs but they are not providing any more information or hints onto how to answer or work with this so I wanted to ask for any sense of direction on how you guys would go about doing this, thank you....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-30 at 06:01
You can easily do O(log n) access (if you need O(1) access as with arrays, I am not so sure).
Let's say you want to get index
i in a tree rooted in node
v, and that you know the sizes of all (sub-)trees. If
v's left tree has size
v.left.size == i - 1, then you have
i-1 values to the left, so the value in
v must be number
i. Return that.
left.size >= i the
i'th value is in the left subtree, so
search(v.left, i) to get it.
left.size < i - 1 then
v has an index less than
i, and the
i'th index must be in
v.right. You should search there. But, you shouldn't search for index
i there; you need to account for having already skipped
v.left.size + 1 values when you go right. So you should
search(v.right, i - (v.left.size + 1)).
I have a complicated equation with lots of pow's and was getting a NaN result. So I broke it into pieces, called temp1 to temp4.
temp4 which is
pow(temp3, 0.25) is where I get a nan which then results in a NaN being returned.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-24 at 14:57
You are trying to take the 4th root of a negative number in C++. Perhaps you should replace
pow(temp3, 0.25) with
I would like to insert the JSON data into MySQL database in the very obvious way as given an example in the picture. Picture shows the same data, but outputed in CSV format and that's how exactly I want it to be in MySQL.
I have prepared the database and the query for inserting, however I can't figure out the code to find right array key or value...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-17 at 05:09
INSERT INTO utakmice
FROM ( SELECT @input AS source_JSON ) AS data_source
CROSS JOIN JSON_TABLE(data_source.source_JSON,
COLUMNS ( utakmica_name VARCHAR(64) PATH '$.name' ERROR ON EMPTY,
kladionica JSON PATH '$.kladionica' ERROR ON EMPTY
CROSS JOIN JSON_TABLE(jsontable1.kladionica,
COLUMNS ( utakmica_kladionica_name VARCHAR(64) PATH '$.name' ERROR ON EMPTY,
utakmica_kladionica_kvota1 DECIMAL(10,2) PATH '$.kvota1' DEFAULT '0' ON EMPTY,
utakmica_kladionica_kvotax DECIMAL(10,2) PATH '$.kvotax' DEFAULT '0' ON EMPTY,
utakmica_kladionica_kvota2 DECIMAL(10,2) PATH '$.kvota2' DEFAULT '0' ON EMPTY,
utakmica_kladionica_kvota3plus DECIMAL(10,2) PATH '$.kvota3plus' DEFAULT '0' ON EMPTY,
utakmica_kladionica_kvota0_2 DECIMAL(10,2) PATH '$.kvota0_2' DEFAULT '0' ON EMPTY
I have a netcdf file with global temperature (tas, degC) data over the 1990-2001 period at daily time-steps in a 1x1deg lat-lon grid.
I am interested only in tas days > 10degC.
Is there a way I can subset with CDO the netcdf file and create a new one with only tas days > 10degC?
gtc operator can be related to my issue but it only creates a mask with 0s and 1s, while I need true values >10degC.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-26 at 10:32
I'm not quite sure what you want... if you want to set all the values where T<10C to missing, then you can do that as follows:
I am trying to calculate fsa variable values based on two discrete conditions. In the end, I want one output file with variable fsa. The first condition is fsa equals 1 when tas is greater than 275.15. In the second condition, I want fsa to be equal to (1-0.5*( tas -273.15)) when tas is between 273.15 and 275.15. Here is my first try using expr, any help is appreciated. any approach will be ok it doesn't have to be expr. my file size is big so a concise method is preferred....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-01 at 06:55
Here is the answer by Ralf from CDO community main forum.
You can use nest the ternary operators like this:
I keep getting this response whenever I try to call SessionCreateRQ...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-01 at 07:01
The EPR you use in SessionCreateRQ is associated with a pool of connections (similar in concept to a database connection pool). Sabre support would advise you what the maximum size of that pool is. When you have the maximum number of concurrent sessions active, calling SessionCreateRQ will return the error you are getting.
SessionCloseRQ will release a connection back to the TA Pool, or they will be automatically released after 15 minutes of inactivity. If you are sharing the same pool with other EPRs (or the same EPR in different applications) and you don't have access to those session tokens, there's not much you can do to free up connections in your TA pool other than wait for those sessions to either close (via the other application calling SessionCloseRQ) or timeout.
There's a few ways to keep track of open sessions, related to
connection pooling. I've seen a database table used for this purpose. A SessionCreateRQ wrapper service was created that checked if there were any existing unused tokens in a database table. If so, that existing token is returned, otherwise the sabre SessionCreateRQ service is called to create a new token, which is then inserted into that table. A SessionCloseRQ wrapper service would mark that token as
free in the database table, without calling the underlying sabre SessionCloseRQ service. That's the high level concept and there are other implementation details that need to be considered, such as sabre transactions that might be associated with sessions if you are going to reuse them and handling free tokens that have timedout after 15 minutes and need to be removed from the table. Having that database table then gives you visibility of all the session tokens you have that are in use, or free, and lets you manage the size of the connection pool.
I have a method that sorts a List by different criteria and returns the name (an instance variable) of the one with maximum value. In case more than one instance is having the maximum, all of their names should be concatenated.
Let's say I have Class A as follows....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-18 at 01:19
You can pass the getter method and create the Comparator in
I can easily use tf.map_fn when the function has one output:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-17 at 21:13
You should make sure you are returning a tensor. Maybe concatenate or stack the list of values:
I am trying to hide two rows on radio button change. I have a question (Is your postal address the same as your residential address), Asking user with radio buttons labelled YES/NO If the user check YES the two rows remain unchecked, if they check NO the div will be displayed to them now all working fine but when I check NO but it displayed it like this
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-12 at 19:38
Remove the style tag from your columns and use a single div tag and put all inputs in side that. then use the code to hide the div.
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You can use TAS like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the TAS component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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