Spam Filter Criteria

spam filter criteria
    filter criteria
  • Input values that are used to limit the mass update of applications to only those specified. This term is used in the ISPF panels.
  • a canned meat made largely from pork
  • Send the same message indiscriminately to (large numbers of recipients) on the Internet
  • send unwanted or junk e-mail
  • unwanted e-mail (usually of a commercial nature sent out in bulk)
spam filter criteria - Baseline air
Baseline air mass selection at Cape Point, South Africa: application of ^2^2^2Rn and other filter criteria to CO"2 [An article from: Atmospheric Environment]
Baseline air mass selection at Cape Point, South Africa: application of ^2^2^2Rn and other filter criteria to CO"2 [An article from: Atmospheric Environment]
This digital document is a journal article from Atmospheric Environment, published by Elsevier in 2004. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Media Library immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

Concentrations of ^2^2^2Rn (March 1999-August 2002) from a recently installed analyser at the station Cape Point (34^oS, 18^oE), South Africa, were analysed statistically. The combination of ^2^2^2Rn with information on wind direction and carbon monoxide (CO) permitted a classification of air masses into continental, marine, and mixtures of both. The ability to select trace gas data representing purely maritime conditions is shown through application to carbon dioxide (CO"2) data. ^2^2^2Rn levels at Cape Point ranged from near zero to above 5000mBqm^-^3. Monthly percentiles show practically no seasonal dependence for values up to the 25th percentile (P25), corresponding to ^2^2^2Rn <100mBqm^-^3, which is considered typical for marine air. In contrast, ^2^2^2Rn percentiles exceeding P50 reveal an austral winter maximum, related to a higher incidence of continental air at that time of the year. The wind sector pattern for ^2^2^2Rn concentrations largely coincides with that observed for CO, but covers a wider sector to the east, reflecting continental source areas. Air masses with ^2^2^2Rn levels between 100 and 250mBqm^-^3 were found to be still affected by terrestrial sources. Our routinely used percentile-based statistical filter applied to CO"2 accepted <75% of the data compared to the radon criterion for maritime air (^2^2^2Rn <100mBqm^-^3), which only yielded 18%, but is more stringent in excluding terrestrial influences. CO"2 data filtered by using a combination of various selection parameters agreed well with data obtained for ^2^2^2Rn <100mBqm^-^3, confirming that this ^2^2^2Rn threshold is a suitable criterion for purely maritime data. Nonetheless, for CO"2 the statistical filter, which does not depend on other species and has better data coverage, still retains its applicability for routine trace gas filtering with respect to baseline concentrations.

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Group tasks by category - New filter in Quantify
Group tasks by category - New filter in Quantify
It has currently two options, group by none/categories The app. remembers what category you were browsing last and once you came back to grouping by category it will open it for you. So let's say you open category Bugs and you click on the first task and then press "back to tasks" afterwords it will open the category bugs grouping for you so you can continue where ever you left it. All the filters obviously works together so when you grouping the tasks the alter filters are applied as well (filter by, sort by). In a reality you would for example filter the tasks by these criteria - Filter : Yours, Sort by: Priority, Group by: Category. This way you could dive into the most important tasks in a certain field. Let's say - All open tasks assigned to you which has category "Bugs". Once they are sorted by priority you have a perfect list of tasks you need to work on. As I have said before, coming in and out of the tasks will not break the filter. I am already using this for Quanify development so this is real case scenario. Yep, I am using Quantify for tracking the progress of Quantify ;)
Slowly going nowhere
Slowly going nowhere
11/10/09 Our mission each weekend morning is to find a dog walk that exposes Meg (our puppy) to new experiences. Olly's mission each weekend morning is to find somewhere flat enough to ride his newly de-stabilised bike. Simon, in his wisdom, suggested the 'Riverside Country Park' in Rainham. Sounds lovely, doesn't it? In fairness it fitted the bill - flat gravel paths for 'the rocket' and certainly a new experience for Meg; a how-to-learn-to-ignore-pile-upon-pile-of-dog-poo-experience. I should have explicitly stated that the third criteria was 'it's not a stinking hole'. But there we are, lesson learned by all. So this snap sums up the bleakness of the place.

spam filter criteria
spam filter criteria
Seismic Design Criteria for Soil Liquefaction
This is a NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING SERVICE CENTER PORT HUENEME CA report procured by the Pentagon and made available for public release. It has been reproduced in the best form available to the Pentagon. It is not spiral-bound, but rather assembled with Velobinding in a soft, white linen cover. The Storming Media report number is A883623. The abstract provided by the Pentagon follows: The Navy has numerous bases located in seismically active regions throughout the world. Safe and effective structural design of waterfront facilities requires calculating the expected site specific ground motion and determining the response of these complex structures to the induced loading. The Navy's problem is further complicated by the presence of soft saturated marginal soils which can significantly amplify the levels of seismic shaking and liquefy as evidenced in the 1939 Loma Prieta earthquake. Liquefaction is a major factor at the waterfront and most of the damage the Navy has sustained from earthquakes can be attributed to it. The presence of unconsolidated loose cohesionless soils and the high water table makes waterfront sites especially vulnerable. This report establishes liquefaction criteria suited for the design of new facilities and upgrade of existing facilities. The criteria developed herein presents reasonable performance standards balancing performance and damage minimization against the cost of implementation.

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