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Cloud applications provide quick responsiveness and don't need to permanently reside on the local device. They can function offline, but can be updated online.

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With the advancement of remote computing technology, clear lines between cloud and web applications have blurred. The term cloud application has gained great cachet, sometimes leading application vendors with any online aspect to brand them as cloud applications.

Cloud and web applications access data residing on distant storage. Both use server processing power that may be located on premises or in a distant data center.

A key difference between cloud and web applications is architecture. A web application or web-based application must have a continuous internet connection to function. Conversely, a cloud application or cloud-based application performs processing tasks on a local computer or workstation. An internet connection is required primarily for downloading or uploading data.

A web application is unusable if the remote server is unavailable. If the remote server becomes unavailable in a cloud application, the software installed on the local user device can still operate, although it cannot upload and download data until service at the remote server is restored.

The difference between cloud and web applications can be illustrated with two common productivity tools, email and word processing. Gmail , for example, is a web application that requires only a browser and internet connection. Through the browser, it's possible to open, write and organize messages using search and sort capabilities. All processing logic occurs on the servers of the service provider (Google, in this example) via either the internet's or Jimmy Choo Woman Cutout Leather Ankle Boots Light Brown Size 365 Jimmy Choo London xbIk2b
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A CRM application accessed through a browser under a fee-based software as a service (SaaS) arrangement is a web application. Online banking and daily crossword puzzles are also considered web applications that don't install software locally.

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Mother's Day Mimosa Sangria Sunday
Sunday, May 13, 2018 - 11:00am to 5:00pm
Jowler Creek Vineyard Winery

Cheers to mothers and all they do for us throughout the year! To celebrate,treat your mom to a special “Mother’s Day Mimosa Sangria” available in the Jowler Creek Vineyard Winery's tasting room by the glass and carafe. Enjoy it this Sunday only!

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Friday, May 18, 2018 - 4:00pm to 10:00pm
Downtown Chillicothe

Join the Downtown Merchants, Main Street Chillicotheand the Chillicothe Area Arts Council on Firday, May 18for the Downtown Wine Walk and Concert. The festivities start at 4:00 p.m. with the Wine Walk. Register for the Wine Walk at the Commerce Center at 514 Washington or prepay for a ticket. Visit participating downtown merchants to sample local Missouri wines. You'll receive an engraved glass to use for the sampling and then be able to take it home. Sampling ends at 8:00 p.m. Afree concert starts at 8:00 p.m. Abbey Road Warriors, a tribute band to the Beatles, will preform. Tickets for the Wine Walk are $20 per person. Priority seating for the concert is $50 for a group of 8. Jerseys Sports Grill will be in Silver Moon Plaza and HyVee will have the grill going. Enjoy great wine and music in beautiful Downtown Chillicothe.

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Stone Hill Winery

Celebrate Maifest in the city of Hermann. Enjoy a Stone Hill Winery tour and tastings, German food, and live music performed by the Loehnig German Band. No charge for entertainment in the Sherry House. Visit Stone Hill Winery's for event details.

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St. James Winery

St. James Winery and Public House Brewing Company are hosting their second annual Little Italy of the Ozarks Festival to celebrate the area’s Italian heritage. Join them Friday, May 18 and Saturday, May 19 at the St. James campus with activities at the winery, brewery and in The Gardens. Enjoy wine tasting, food pairingand live music on Friday. The winery will featurean all-day Rosati-style spaghetti dinner special, an Italian-style farmer’s market, live music and dance and yard games and more on Saturday. Visit the St. James Winery website for additional event information.

Prior posts on Justice Kennedy's retirement and the possible impact of his replacement:

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As reported in this local Ohio article , supporters of "a proposal to reduce penalties for nonviolent drug crime offenders submitted hundreds of thousands of signatures on Wednesday to put the measure on the November ballot." Here is more about the remarkable initiative that seems likely to generate some interesting debate in the midst of a big election year in Ohio:

The "Neighborhood Safety, Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation" amendment is backed by a bipartisan coalition of community, law enforcement, faith and business leaders and groups. The Ohio Safe and Healthy Communities Campaign submitted 730,031 signatures Wednesday; 305,591 valid signatures of Ohio registered voters are needed to qualify for the ballot....

Under the drug treatment and rehabilitation amendment:

The provisions would not apply to convictions for the sale, distribution or trafficking of drugs or to convictions for any drug offense that, based on volume or weight, are a first-, second- or third-degree felony.

Money saved from those affected by the amendment would be diverted to substance abuse programs (70 percent) and to crime victims services (30 percent.)

Among the many remarkable elements of the ballot initiative, which can be read in full at this link , is that it proposes a state constitutional amendment; voter approval would make it nearly impossible for the Ohio General Assembly to alter the amendment's terms without another initiative vote. Here is how the summary of the amendment explains its goals at the outset:

This Amendment would add a new section 12 to Article XV of the Ohio Constitution to reduce the number of people in state prison for low-level, nonviolent drug possession or drug use offenses or for non-criminal probation violations and by providing sentence credits for participation in rehabilitative programs and to direct the savings achieved by such reductions in incarceration to drug treatment programs and other purposes.

I have already heard a few folks express support for the initiatives substantive goals but concerns about amending the Ohio Constitution to achieve those goals. Interesting times.

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I am so pleased to see and to be able to report that the US Sentencing Commission is continuing to produce a steady stream of its insightful little data documents in its terrific series of reader-friendly "Quick Facts" publications . Regular readers may recall from this prior post , roughly five years ago, the USSC started putting out these publications as a way to "give readers basic facts about a single area of federal crime in an easy-to-read, two-page format."

Note here the use of <= rather than = (following the general rule we put forward in the Two Mines problem , namely given a choice between an equality and an inequality choose the inequality (as this allows for more flexibility in optimising the objective function)).

(b) policy condition 1

x 1 >= 0.55(x 1 + x 2 )

i.e. first mortgages >= 0.55(total mortgage lending) and also

x 1 >= 0.25(x 1 + x 2 + x 3 + x 4 )

i.e. first mortgages >= 0.25(total loans)

(c) policy condition 2

x 2 <= 0.25(x 1 + x 2 + x 3 + x 4 )

(d) policy condition 3 - we know that the total annual interest is 0.14x 1 + 0.20x 2 + 0.20x 3 + 0.10x 4 on total loans of (x 1 + x 2 + x 3 + x 4 ). Hence the constraint relating to policy condition (3) is

0.14x 1 + 0.20x 2 + 0.20x 3 + 0.10x 4 <= 0.15(x 1 + x 2 + x 3 + x 4 )

Note: whilst many of the constraints given above could be simplified by collecting together terms this is not strictly necessary until we come to solve the problem numerically and does tend to obscure the meaning of the constraints.

To maximise interest income (which is given above) i.e.

maximise 0.14x 1 + 0.20x 2 + 0.20x 3 + 0.10x 4

In case you are interested the optimal solution to this LP (solved using the package as dealt with later ) is x 1 = 208.33, x 2 =41.67 and x 3 =x 4 =0. Note here this this optimal solution is not unique - other variable values, e.g. x 1 = 62.50, x 2 =0, x 3 =100 and x 4 =87.50 also satisfy all the constraints and have exactly the same (maximum) solution value of 37.5

Consider the example of a manufacturer of animal feed who is producing feed mix for dairy cattle. In our simple example the feed mix contains two active ingredients and a filler to provide bulk. One kg of feed mix must contain a minimum quantity of each of four nutrients as below:

The ingredients have the following nutrient values and cost

What should be the amounts of active ingredients and filler in one kg of feed mix?

In order to solve this problem it is best to think in terms of one kilogram of feed mix. That kilogram is made up of three parts - ingredient 1, ingredient 2 and filler so let:

x 1 = amount (kg) of ingredient 1 in one kg of feed mix x 2 = amount (kg) of ingredient 2 in one kg of feed mix x 3 = amount (kg) of filler in one kg of feed mix where x 1 >= 0, x 2 >= 0 and x 3 >= 0.

Essentially these variables (x 1 , x 2 and x 3 ) can be thought of as the recipe telling us how to make up one kilogram of feed mix.

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