Note that when using automatic parallel parking, you are responsible for braking. To use automatic parallel parking:
1. Press the park button, find a parking space and pull forward.
2. Shift into reverse, release the brake slightly, and release the steering wheel.
3. Automatic parallel parking takes over and directs you when to shift into drive.

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Note that when using automatic parallel parking, you are responsible for braking. To use automatic parallel parking:
1. Press the park button, find a parking space and pull forward.
2. Shift into reverse, release the brake slightly, and release the steering wheel.
3. Automatic parallel parking takes over and directs you when to shift into drive.

Visit MyCarDoesWhat.org to learn more about using car safety features to keep you, your family and others safer on the roads. Know more. Drive safer.

© 2018 National Safety Council Media Room Terms & Privacy

This publication is part of a developer guide focusing on the new features in 2nd generation Intel® Xeon Phi™processors code-named Knights Landing (KNL). In this document, we focus on the new vector instruction set introduced in Knights Landing processors, Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (Intel® AVX-512). The discussion includes:

 Colfax_KNL_AVX512_Guide.pdf (195 KB) — this file is available only to registered users. Register or Log In .

The Knights Landing architecture has a peak theoretical performance of 6 TFLOP/s in single precision, which is triple than what Knights Corner had. This performance gain is partly due to the presence of two vector processing units (VPUs) per core, doubled compared to the previous generation. Each VPU operates independently on 512-bit vector registers, which can hold 16 single precision or 8 double precision floating-point numbers.

An automatic transmission , also called auto , self-shifting transmission , n -speed automatic (where n is its number of forward gear ratios), or AT , is a type of motor vehicle transmission that can automatically change gear ratios as the vehicle moves, freeing the driver from having to shift gears manually . Like other transmission systems on vehicles, it allows an internal combustion engine , best suited to run at a relatively high rotational speed, to provide a range of speed and torque outputs necessary for vehicular travel. The number of forward gear ratios is often expressed for manual transmissions as well (e.g., 6-speed manual).

Modern automatic transmissions can trace their origins to an early " horseless carriage " gearbox that was developed in 1904 by the Sturtevant brothers of Boston , Massachusetts . This unit had two forward speeds, the ratio change being brought about by flyweights that were driven by the engine. At higher engine speeds, high gear was engaged. As the vehicle slowed down and engine RPM decreased, the gearbox would shift back to low. Unfortunately, the metallurgy of the time wasn't up to the task, and owing to the abruptness of the gear change, the transmission would often fail without warning.

The first automatic transmission using hydraulic fluid was developed in 1932 by two Brazilian engineers, José Braz Araripe and Fernando Lehly Lemos; [ citation needed ] Later, the prototype and the project were sold to General Motors, who introduced the technology in the 1940 Oldsmobile model as a "Hydra-Matic" transmission. However, an article published by the Wall Street Journal credits the German auto parts company ZF Friedrichshafen for the invention, which would have occurred shortly after World War I.

This guide shows you how to create your own watering system using Hozelock’s easy to install and simple to use drip and micro-jet spray system. We will also show you how to make it work automatically by combining it with a Hozelock water timer. All of the Hozelock products mentioned on this page can be bought from our online store, as well as all the individual components. For quick navigation, we've provided links to all the store pages you'll need to build a Hozelock watering system throughout this guide.

If you would like to read more in-depth guides, head over to our Help & Advice Centre where we have comprehensive guides for all the different types of garden irrigation systems available. Alternatively, head over to our online store now to shop for a Hozelock Watering System. Prices for Hozelock automatic watering kits start from £33.99

Automatic watering is the method of irrigating your garden with a network of hidden supply pipes and emitters connected to your outside tap. When used in conjunction with a water timer, an automatic watering system can be timed to turn on daily. Systems can be installed in greenhouses, flower beds, plant containers, hanging baskets, and much more. If you have a plant that needs watering, this system can water it automatically.

Note that when using automatic parallel parking, you are responsible for braking. To use automatic parallel parking:
1. Press the park button, find a parking space and pull forward.
2. Shift into reverse, release the brake slightly, and release the steering wheel.
3. Automatic parallel parking takes over and directs you when to shift into drive.

Visit MyCarDoesWhat.org to learn more about using car safety features to keep you, your family and others safer on the roads. Know more. Drive safer.

© 2018 National Safety Council Media Room Terms & Privacy

This publication is part of a developer guide focusing on the new features in 2nd generation Intel® Xeon Phi™processors code-named Knights Landing (KNL). In this document, we focus on the new vector instruction set introduced in Knights Landing processors, Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (Intel® AVX-512). The discussion includes:

 Colfax_KNL_AVX512_Guide.pdf (195 KB) — this file is available only to registered users. Register or Log In .

The Knights Landing architecture has a peak theoretical performance of 6 TFLOP/s in single precision, which is triple than what Knights Corner had. This performance gain is partly due to the presence of two vector processing units (VPUs) per core, doubled compared to the previous generation. Each VPU operates independently on 512-bit vector registers, which can hold 16 single precision or 8 double precision floating-point numbers.

Note that when using automatic parallel parking, you are responsible for braking. To use automatic parallel parking:
1. Press the park button, find a parking space and pull forward.
2. Shift into reverse, release the brake slightly, and release the steering wheel.
3. Automatic parallel parking takes over and directs you when to shift into drive.

Visit MyCarDoesWhat.org to learn more about using car safety features to keep you, your family and others safer on the roads. Know more. Drive safer.

© 2018 National Safety Council Media Room Terms & Privacy

This publication is part of a developer guide focusing on the new features in 2nd generation Intel® Xeon Phi™processors code-named Knights Landing (KNL). In this document, we focus on the new vector instruction set introduced in Knights Landing processors, Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (Intel® AVX-512). The discussion includes:

 Colfax_KNL_AVX512_Guide.pdf (195 KB) — this file is available only to registered users. Register or Log In .

The Knights Landing architecture has a peak theoretical performance of 6 TFLOP/s in single precision, which is triple than what Knights Corner had. This performance gain is partly due to the presence of two vector processing units (VPUs) per core, doubled compared to the previous generation. Each VPU operates independently on 512-bit vector registers, which can hold 16 single precision or 8 double precision floating-point numbers.

An automatic transmission , also called auto , self-shifting transmission , n -speed automatic (where n is its number of forward gear ratios), or AT , is a type of motor vehicle transmission that can automatically change gear ratios as the vehicle moves, freeing the driver from having to shift gears manually . Like other transmission systems on vehicles, it allows an internal combustion engine , best suited to run at a relatively high rotational speed, to provide a range of speed and torque outputs necessary for vehicular travel. The number of forward gear ratios is often expressed for manual transmissions as well (e.g., 6-speed manual).

Modern automatic transmissions can trace their origins to an early " horseless carriage " gearbox that was developed in 1904 by the Sturtevant brothers of Boston , Massachusetts . This unit had two forward speeds, the ratio change being brought about by flyweights that were driven by the engine. At higher engine speeds, high gear was engaged. As the vehicle slowed down and engine RPM decreased, the gearbox would shift back to low. Unfortunately, the metallurgy of the time wasn't up to the task, and owing to the abruptness of the gear change, the transmission would often fail without warning.

The first automatic transmission using hydraulic fluid was developed in 1932 by two Brazilian engineers, José Braz Araripe and Fernando Lehly Lemos; [ citation needed ] Later, the prototype and the project were sold to General Motors, who introduced the technology in the 1940 Oldsmobile model as a "Hydra-Matic" transmission. However, an article published by the Wall Street Journal credits the German auto parts company ZF Friedrichshafen for the invention, which would have occurred shortly after World War I.

Guide to Automatic Vectorization with Intel AVX-512.


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