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Tap (transformer), part of an electrical device

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Tap!

Tap! was a magazine for oscottswineblog.comers of Apple’s game ios devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch), published by Future plc. It was a sister title to MacFormat.

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Content

The magazine selected & reviewed apps and games from the app Store as well as a range of hardware accessories for game ios devices. There were tutorials on getting the most from your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch, getting started help for those who are new to lớn the platform, and a small section that gives best practice & technical advice to game ios developers.

The last issue of the magazine was published in August 2013.

Editorial team

Editor Christopher Phin Editor-in-Chief Graham Barlow Production Editor Matthew Bolton Staff Writer Laurence Cable Deputy Art Editor Chris Hedley Games Editor Craig Grannell Developer Evangelist Matt Gemmell

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Finite impulse response

In signal processing, a finite impulse response (FIR) filter is a filter whose impulse response (or response to lớn any finite length input) is of finite duration, because it settles to lớn zero in finite time. This is in contrast to lớn infinite impulse response (IIR) filters, which may have internal feedback & may continue to respond indefinitely (usually decaying).

The impulse response (that is, the đầu ra in response lớn a Kronecker delta input) of an Nth-order discrete-time FIR filter lasts exactly N + 1 samples (from first nonzero element through last nonzero element) before it then settles to zero.

FIR filters can be discrete-time or continuous-time, & digital or analog.

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Definition

For a causal discrete-time FIR filter of order N, each value of the đầu ra sequence is a weighted sum of the most recent đầu vào values:

where:

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is the input signal,
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is the output signal, is the filter order; an th-order filter has terms on the right-hand side is the value of the impulse response at the i"th instant for
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of an th-order FIR filter. If the filter is a direct form FIR filter then is also a coefficient of the filter .
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Deca-

Deca- or deka- (symbol da) is a decimal unit prefix in the metric system, denoting a factor of ten. The term is derived from the Greek deka (δέκα), meaning "ten".

The prefix was a part of the original metric system in 1795. It is not in very common usage, although the decapascal is occasionally used by audiologists. The decanewton is also encountered occasionally, probably because it is an mê say approximation of the kilogram-force. Its use is more common in Central Europe. In German, Polish (deka, deko), Czech, Slovak and Hungarian, deca is common (and used a word on its oscottswineblog.com always means decagram). A runway number typically indicates its heading in decadegrees.

Before the symbol as an ham prefix was standardized as "da" with the introduction of the International System of Units in 1960, various other symbols were more common, such as "dk" (f.e. In the UK và Austria), "D" (f.e. In Germany), and "Da". For syntactical reasons, the HP 48, 49, 50 series as well as the HP 39gII and Prime calculators use the unit prefix "D".


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DEKA (New Zealand)

DEKA was a nationwide chain of general merchandise stores in New Zealand. It was launched in 1988 by L.D. Nathan, which split its supermarket & general merchandise divisions. In 1992 oscottswineblog.comership of DEKA shifted lớn the Farmers Trading Company, which had until then been a competitor. As a result of unsustainable financial losses, all DEKA stores were either closed or converted to lớn Farmers stores in 2001.

Trading history

In 1985 L.D. Nathan split their business into two separate divisions; supermarkets and general merchandise after acquiring the McKenzies general merchandise stores. In 1988 L.D Nathan rebranded their General Merchandise business to lớn DEKA, which launched with 90 stores. The launch was supported with a large advertising chiến dịch of print và TV advertising with the "I Feel Good" slogan, using the James Broscottswineblog.com I Got You song. DEKA used the "I Feel Good" biểu ngữ until 1996.

DEKA joined with Farmers Trading Company in 1992 khổng lồ create Farmers Deka Limited. 1996 saw the launch of DEKA"s new khẩu hiệu "You Know Where" which was later changed to lớn "Better value, every day". By 2001 DEKA store numbers had reduced to lớn 60.