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The Idolmaster KR

The Idolmaster KR, styled The IDOLM@STER. KR, is a South Korean drama television series based on Bandai Namco Entertainment's The Idolmaster video game series, it aired on Amazon Prime Video on April 2017 as an Amazon original series. It ran for 24 episodes; the series was picked up by the SBS-owned pay TV channels SBS Plus, SBS funE, SBS MTV. It premiered on these channels on April 28, 2017. Real Girls Project Lee Su-ji as Suji/Suah Heo Youngjoo as Youngjoo Sori as Sori Yukika Teramoto as Yukika Kwon Ha-seo as Haseo Lee Jee-won as Jeewon Jung Tae-ri as Taeri Mint as Mint Lee Ye-eun as Yeeun Cha Ji-seul as Jiseul Chun Ja-ne as JaneRed Queen Jo So-jin as Hyeju Kim Sun-young as Mina Han Hye-ri as Yeri Lee Ka-eun as Chae Nakyung825 Entertainment Sung Hoon as Kang Shin-hyuk, the former Producer of Red Queen. Park Chul-min as Shim Min-chul, CEO of 825 Entertainment. Kang Ye-seul as Yeseul, the girls' manager at 825 Entertainment. Other characters Heo Joungjoo as Joungjoo, Youngjoo's younger sister, a singer-songwriter.

Lee Coco as Coco, an internet broadcast MC. Jin Nayoung as Nayoung, Sori's friend. Bae Seul-ki as Kim Dan-oh, a composer and vocal trainer. Cameo Kim Jung-ah Jung Tae-woo Euna Kim Gowoon as Bom-yi Jung Hee-chul On October 13, 2016, The Idolmaster KR official website posted a notice of a member replacement. One month it was revealed that After School's Lee Ka-eun, Nine Muses' Sojin, Tahiti's Ari and I. B. I's Han Hye-ri would be joining the cast as members of'Red Queen', a popular girl group at the time of Real Girl Project's debut, in the live-action series. Official website The Idolmaster KR at SBS.co.kr The Idolmaster KR at Amazon Prime Video

Stadtpark und Botanischer Garten G├╝tersloh

The Stadtpark und Botanischer Garten Gütersloh is a municipal park with botanical garden located at Parkstraße, Gütersloh, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It open daily without charge; the park was created between 1906 and 1909 to designs by garden architect Friedrich Wilhelm Schoedder, with the botanical garden added to its northeastern corner in 1912. A palm house was constructed in 1938 but destroyed in World War II. A rose garden was created in 1941, followed by a birch grove, mini golf course, herb garden, sculpture garden. Today the park retains its original design, broadly patterned upon an English landscape park, with an elongated axis, wide curving paths and numerous trees, as well as a meadow flooded for ice-skating in the winter; the botanical garden is laid out as a display garden, with geometric pools and high hornbeam hedges. The orchard contains a number of heritage fruit varieties including Westfälischer Gülderling and Schöner aus Wiedenbrück. List of botanical gardens in Germany Matthias E. Borner, Daniela Tomann, Ab in die Botanik.

Parkführer Stadtpark und Botanischer Garten Gütersloh, Vox Rindvieh, Gütersloh, 2017 Doris Schulz, Entwicklung und Erweiterung des Volksparks in Gütersloh, Universität/Gesamthochschule Paderborn, Abt. Höxter, 1990/91. Stadt Gütersloh, Gütersloher Grün. Ein Streifzug durch Parks und Grünanlagen zum 100. Stadtpark-Jubiläum, 2009 Stadtpark und Botanischer Garten Gütersloh Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe European Garden Heritage Network entry Garten Landschaft OstWestfalenLippe entry

TeraScale (microarchitecture)

TeraScale is the codename for a family of graphics processing unit microarchitectures developed by ATI Technologies/AMD and their second microarchitecture implementing the unified shader model following Xenos. TeraScale replaced the old fixed-pipeline microarchitectures and competed directly with Nvidia's first unified shader microarchitecture named Tesla. TeraScale was used in HD 2000 manufactured in 80 nm and 65 nm, HD 3000 manufactured in 65 nm and 55 nm, HD 4000 manufactured in 55 nm and 40 nm, HD 5000 and HD 6000 manufactured in 40 nm. TeraScale was used in the AMD Accelerated Processing Units code-named "Brazos", "Llano", "Trinity" and "Richland". TeraScale is found in some of the succeeding graphics cards brands. TeraScale is a VLIW SIMD architecture, while Tesla is a RISC SIMD architecture, similar to TeraScale's successor Graphics Core Next. TeraScale implements HyperZ. An LLVM code generator is available for TeraScale. E.g. Mesa 3D makes use of it. At SIGGRAPH 08 in December 2008 AMD employee Mike Houston described some of the TeraScale microarchitecture.

At FOSDEM09 Matthias Hopf from AMDs technology partner SUSE Linux presented a slide regarding the programming of open-source driver for the R600. Previous GPU architectures implemented fixed-pipelines, i.e. there were distinct shader processors for each type of shader. TeraScale leverages many flexible shader processors which can be scheduled to process a variety of shader types, thereby increasing GPU throughput; the R600 core processes vertex and pixel shaders as outlined by the Direct3D 10.0 specification for Shader Model 4.0 in addition to full OpenGL 3.0 support. The new unified shader functionality is based upon a long instruction word architecture in which the core executes operations in parallel. A shader cluster is organized into 5 stream processing units; each stream processing unit can retire a finished single precision floating point MAD instruction per clock, dot product, integer ADD. The 5th unit is more complex and can additionally handle special transcendental functions such as sine and cosine.

Each shader cluster can execute 6 instructions per clock cycle, consisting of 5 shading instructions plus 1 branch. Notably, the VLIW architecture brings with it some classic challenges inherent to VLIW designs, namely that of maintaining optimal instruction flow. Additionally, the chip cannot co-issue instructions when one is dependent on the results of the other. Performance of the GPU is dependent on the mixture of instructions being used by the application and how well the real-time compiler in the driver can organize said instructions. R600 core includes 64 shader clusters, while RV610 and RV630 cores have 8 and 24 shader clusters respectively. TeraScale includes multiple units capable of carrying out tessellation; those are similar to the programmable units of the Xenos GPU, used in the Xbox 360. Tessellation was specified in the major API's only starting with DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4, while TeraScale 1 and 2 based GPU's are only conformant to Direct3D 10 and OpenGL 3.3. The TeraScale 3 based GPU's were the first to conform with both Direct3D 11 and OpenGL 4.0, supporting the tesselation feature as de facto.

The TeraScale tessellator units allow the developers to take a simple polygon mesh and subdivide it using a curved surface evaluation function. There are different tessellation forms, such as Bézier surfaces with N-patches, B-splines and NURBS, some subdivision techniques of the surface, which includes displacement map some kind of a texture; this allows a simple, low-polygon model to be increased in polygon density in real-time with small impact on the performance. Scott Wasson of Tech Report noted during an AMD demo that the resulting model was so dense with millions of polygons that it appeared to be solid; the TeraScale tessellator is reminiscent of ATI TruForm, the brand name of an early hardware tessellation unit used in the Radeon 8500. While this tessellation hardware was not part of the OpenGL 3.3 or Direct3D 10.0 requirements, competitors such as the GeForce 8 series lacked similar hardware, Microsoft has added the tessellation feature as part of their DirectX 10.1 future plans. ATI TruForm received little attention from software developers.

A few games, had the support for the ATI's tesselation technology included. Such a slow adaptation has to do with the fact that it was not a feature shared with NVIDIA GPUs, since those had implemented a competing tessellation solution using Quintic-RT patches which had achieved less support from the major game developers. Since the Xbox 360's GPU is based on the ATI's architecture, Microsoft saw the hardware-accelerated surface tessellation as a major GPU feature. A couple of years the tesselation feature became mandatory with the release of the DirectX 11 in 2009. GCN geometric processor is the AMD's most current solution for carrying out the tessellation using the GPU. Although the R600 is a significant departure from previous designs, it still shares many features with its predecessor, the Radeon R520; the Ultra-Threaded Dispatch Processor is a major architectural component of the R600 core, just as it was with the Radeon X1000 GPUs. This processor manages a large number of in-flight threads of three distinct types and switches amongst them as needed.

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K. Sekar

Kanakaraj Sekar is an Indian bioinformatician and a professor at the Department of Computational and Data Sciences of the Indian Institute of Science. Known for his studies in the field of bioinformatics, Sekar heads the Laboratory for Structural Biology and Bio-computing at IISc; the Department of Biotechnology of the Government of India awarded him the National Bioscience Award for Career Development, one of the highest Indian science awards, for his contributions to biosciences in 2004. Born in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu, Sekar did his master's degree at the University of Madras and after earning an MSc in biophysics and crystallography in 1982, he continued at the university for his doctoral studies to secure a PhD in biophysics in 1984, his post-doctoral work was on protein crystallography at two institutions, the first at the Indian Institute of Science until 1992 and at the Ohio State University from 1995. Returning to India in 1998, he joined the Indian Institute of Science as a senior scientific officer of structural biology and bio-computing at its Bioinformatics Centre and has been serving the institute since then.

During this period, he has held various positions including those of a principal research scientist and an associate professor of Computational and Data Sciences department. He holds the position of a professor of CDS department since 2016 and heads the Laboratory for Structural Biology and Bio-computing. Sekar's research in bioinformatics covered the fields of protein crystallography and internet computing as well as the development of value added knowledge bases and algorithms, his studies have been documented by way of a number of articles and Google Scholar, an online repository of scientific articles has listed 211 of them. He has delivered keynote or plenary speeches at international seminars and conferences and has mentored many doctoral and post-doctoral scholars, he is a member of the International Union of Crystallography. Sekar has held the junior research fellowships of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research as well as the University Grants Commission of India and the senior research fellowship of the CSIR.

The Department of Biotechnology of the Government of India awarded him the National Bioscience Award for Career Development, one of the highest Indian science awards in 2004. Sankaranarayanan, Rajan. "A novel mode of carbohydrate recognition in jacalin, a Moraceae plant lectin with a β-prism fold". Nature Structural Biology. 3: 596–603. Doi:10.1038/nsb0796-596. ISSN 1545-9985. PMID 8673603. Jeyaprakash, A. Arockia. "Crystal Structure of the Jacalin–T-antigen Complex and a Comparative Study of Lectin–T-antigen Complexes". Journal of Molecular Biology. 321: 637–645. CiteSeerX 10.1.1.532.2424. Doi:10.1016/s0022-283600674-5. PMID 12206779. Natesh, R. J. A. "Crystal structure at 1.8 Å resolution and proposed amino acid sequence of a thermostable xylanase from Thermoascus aurantiacus". Journal of Molecular Biology. 288: 999–1012. Doi:10.1006/jmbi.1999.2727. PMID 10329194. D. P. Burma. From Physiology and Chemistry to Biochemistry. Pearson Education India. Pp. 389–. ISBN 978-81-317-3220-5. "K. SEKAR, Ph. D. - Bioinformatics Centre - Supercomputer Education and Research - Indian Institute of Science".

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Half a Confession

Half a Confession is a 2004 Japanese film directed by Kiyoshi Sasabe. It was chosen as Best Film at the Japan Academy Prize ceremony. Respected inspector Soichiro Kaji is imprisoned for killing his wife, who, suffering from Alzheimer's disease, requested it, his colleagues at Tokyo Police Force discover that Kaji intended to commit suicide after killing her, but instead went away on a bullet train two days later. A suspicious item is found in his coat pocket; the incident makes headlines in Tokyo, where a young female reporter sets out to find the truth about the acclaimed yet intriguingly silent defendant. Soichiro Kaji has drawn the interest of many: lawyer, detective, relative... They weave the tale behind it all and tentatively tread upon the question of euthanasia. Akira Terao: Soichiro Kaji Mieko Harada: Keiko Kaji Hidetaka Yoshioka Mayu Tsuruta Kyohei Shibata Kirin Kiki: Yasuko Shimamura Reiko Takashima Jun Kunimura Tsuyoshi Ihara Tomoko Naraoka The film was nominated for twelve awards at the 2005 Japan Academy Prize, winning Best Film and Best Actor.

It won the award for Best Actor at the 2005 Blue Ribbon Awards. Han-ochi on IMDb Half a Confession at AllMovie 半落ち. Japanese Movie Database. Retrieved 16 May 2009. 半落ち. Www.walkerplus.com. Retrieved 16 May 2009. 半落ち. Allcinema.net. Retrieved 8 May 2009. 半落ち. Variety Japan. Retrieved 16 May 2009

John Cashman (Blackrock hurler)

John Cashman is an Irish hurler who plays for Cork Senior Championship club Blackrock. He is a former member of the Cork senior hurling team. Cashman lines out as a right corner-back; the Cashman family name is associated with the Blackrock club, Cashman's father and his uncle, won a total of six All-Ireland Championship medals between 1977 and 1990. His grandfather, Mick Cashman, his granduncle, Jimmy Brohan, were members of Cork's three-in-a-row All-Ireland Championship-winning team between 1952 and 1954. Cashman's brother, was a member of the Cork senior team. BlackrockCork Under-21 Hurling Championship: 2015CorkMunster Under-21 Hurling Championship: 2018 2018 Cork Under-21 Hurling team player profiles at the Cork GAA website