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EDEN FALLS: Skyscraper Zoo Topped With a Waterfall

Costanera Sur is a proposal for a vertical zoo in Buenos Aires that transforms a pile of rubble into a towering pillar of falling water. Designed by Visiondivision. the project aims to reclaim debris left over from the construction of Buenos Aires’ decades-old highways, is entirely self-sufficient, and could theoretically provide water and energy to surrounding structures. Costanera Sur features a central pipe structure that draws water from a nearby river, filters it, and pumps it through the building, eventually overflowing a rooftop pool and creating a waterfall that flows over the building’s facade.

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Zigbee architecture

The ETRX3 series is the 3rd generation of advanced ZigBee modules from Telegesis and the first module family on the market to feature the EM357 – the latest ARM® Cortex M-3 SOC’s from Ember. ETRX3 series modules have a footprint of just 19mm x 25mm for both standard and PA/LNA versions which represents a 40%reduction in size compared to the ETRX2 module. They will be available with either an on board antennae or a Hirose U.

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Zen Style Medieval Japanese Architecture (Karayo)

By Haunty The Architecture of the Zen Sect (Zenshuyo) The first Zen Buddhist sect, the Rinzai, was introduced to Japan by a monk called Myoan Eisai (1141-1215), only to be followed shortly by the second Zen sect, the Soto, that was introduced by Eihei Dogen (1200-1253). Eisai was supported by the second Kamakura shogun, Yoritomo's son Yoriie, and was encouraged to build Buddhist temples in Kyoto and in Kamakura.

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Shofukuji Zen Buddhist Temple, 1407

Zachman architecture

Overview With a wealth of capabilities built into the base modeling tool – the Zachman Framework comes alive to provide maximum organization benefit. MDG Technology for Zachman Framework: Provides a powerful planning device to the enterprise Helps align Business with IT by providing end-to-end traceability from strategic business goals to implemented solutions Simplifies enterprise documentation with visual models that are built on open standards and readily understood by non-IT people Provides an integrated, scalable approach to documenting enterprise-wide information architectures.

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Zachman Framework Overview

Z architecture principles of operation

Sign extending from a variable bit-width Sometimes we need to extend the sign of a number but we don't know a priori the number of bits, b, in which it is represented. (Or we could be programming in a language like Java, which lacks bitfields. ) The code above requires four operations, but when the bitwidth is a constant rather than variable, it requires only two fast operations, assuming the upper bits are already zeroes.

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24th Annual Conference – Yerevan 2014

EURASHE organised its 24th Annual Conference titled ‘Qualifications for the Labour Market ‘ in Yerevan (Armenia) on 15-16 May 2014. It is organised by EURASHE, with the Yerevan State University (YSU), the National University of Architecture and Construction of Armenia (NUACA), with the support of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Armenia, the Rectors’ Council of Armenia State Higher Educational Institutions, the Bologna Follow-Up Group (BFUG) Secretariat and the Armenian National Agrarian University (ANAU).

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Yale architecture

Roman Architecture A Visual Guide Diana E. E. Kleiner Diana E. E. Kleiner has shared her deep knowledge and passion for the history and architecture of ancient Rome with thousands of students, travelers, and enthusiasts through her lectures. She is indeed “the traveler’s best friend”—and now she has created an enhanced eBook that richly deserves that encomium as well. Professor Kleiner personally guides you through the great ruins of Rome and the Roman Empire, highlighting their most fascinating and important features with an extraordinary wealth of knowledge, insights and anecdotes.

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Nakahouse / XTEN Architecture

Project Team: Monika Haefelfinger, Principal; Austin Kelly, AIA, LEED AP, Principal; Monika Haefelfinger, Austin Kelly, Scott Utterstrom, Jae Rodriguez, Qichen Cao, Karin Nelson, Joseph Tran, Karin Von Wyl General Contractor: NWGC, INC. Geotech: CY Geotech Project Year: 2011 Project Area: 2700 sqf Photographs: Steve King Nakahouse is an abstract remodel of a 1960′s hillside home located on a West facing ridge in the Hollywood Hills, just below the Hollywood sign.

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WSN Wireless Sensor Networks and Applications - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading. PPT – WSN Wireless Sensor Networks and Applications PowerPoint presentation | free to download WSN Wireless Sensor Networks and Applications – PowerPoint PPT presentation Title: WSN Wireless Sensor Networks and Applications WSNWireless Sensor Networksand Applications Dwight Borses Member of the Technical Staff National Semiconductor, Irvine, CA Wireless Sensor NetworksDescription Consists of a large number of sensor nodes Nodes are extremely small, low-cost, low-power Nodes communicate over RF or lasers Network collect environmental data which they forward to infrastructure processing nodes Acoustics Light Humidity Temperature Imaging Seismic, etc Deployment and Applications WSNs may monitor or control Consist of thousands of nodes deployed in very high density homes, buildings, highways, cities, infrastructures Applications range from Monitoring/warning of natural disasters effects Protecting homeland security Conducting military surveillance Making Systems Long-lived Consider energy the scarce system resource Minimize communication (esp.

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Wright architecture

  In May 2014, SC Johnson unveiled a new exhibit called The Two Taliesins. showcasing the architecture of Wright’s two famous homes: Taliesin, in Spring Green, Wisconsin and Taliesin West, in Scottsdale, Arizona. The exhibit compares and contrasts how Wright incorporated his signature and revolutionary “organic” design concepts into his own homes, located in two very different landscapes and climates.

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