MDR tuberculosis :- Resistance to H and R
XDR tuberculosis :- Resistance to H and R
to one injectable antibiotics
XDR or extremely drug resistant tuberculosis is at a form of tuberculosis which does not respond to usual tb treatment.
XDR is needed to bridge the differences in architectural byte ordering.
XDR DRAM or extreme data ratedynamic random access memory is a high-performance RAM interface and successor to the Rambus RDRAM it is based on.
256mb system (XDR) and 256mb video (GDDR3)
no just makes them more resilient outdoors
The PlayStation 3 has 256 MB of XDR main memory and 256 MB of GDDR3 video memory.
The PlayStation 3 is equipped with 256 MB of XDR DRAM, an extremely fast type of RAM. The GPU has access to an additional 256 MB of GDDR3 RAM.
Yes. Tuberculosis very well exists.Though TB is not prevalent in developed countries like USA, it remains a world-wide public health problem, 85% of all TB cases are in the region of South East Asia, Africa and Western Pacific.During the year 2008, there were approximately 9 million incident cases (new cases) globally with 11million prevalent (old + new) cases in the same year..with 1.8 million deaths!!HIV patients are most prone to TB. Out of the 11million cases mentioned above, 1.4 million were of HIV-associated TB.The main reason for TB to be so prevalent is poor socio-economic status, therefore malnutrition, low hygiene, overcrowding-leading to spread of diseases.The treatment regime is under DOTS (direct observed treatment short course) programme which is a 6 to 8months long course, which patients, unless counselled, don't tend to follow, in spite of being given free medicines..Other reasons are the side-effects of drugs.The major problem we face now is the emergence of multi drug resistance (MDR) TB (0.15 million deaths due to MDR-TB) and extensively drug resistant (XDR) TB(50,000 deaths), wherein the tubercle bacilli DO NOT respond to the drugs!!INDIA has the highest TB burden in the world, accounting for 20% of the global cases. Here, TB kills 0.32 million cases every year.
Here are only a few diseases starting with X & Y, because there really aren't many. X: XDR TB Disease (Drug-Resistant TB) Y: Yellow Fever Yersoniosis
Microsoft XML Core Services (MSXML) allows customers to build high-performance XML-based applications that provide a high degree of interoperability with other applications that adhere to the XML 1.0 standard. Among the core services MSXML provides is developer support for the following: * The Document Object Model (DOM), a standard library of application programming interfaces (APIs) for accessing XML documents. * Helper APIs to assist with programming for XML namespace or the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) when it is used to send data directly between Web servers. * The XML Data Reduced schema definition language (XDR), which Microsoft introduced support for to assist with XML schema working needs while awaiting the now final W3C standard XML Schema Definition (XSD) language. Support for XDR is available in MSXML 3.0 through MSXML 5.0. MSXML 6.0 does not support XDR. * The Simple API for XML (SAX), a programmatic alternative to DOM-based processing. * The Schema Object Model (SOM), an additional set of APIs for accessing XML Schema documents programmatically that was introduced in MSXML 4.0 and later. * XML Digital Signatures support, which provides the ability to sign and verify XML document data through digital encryption. This support is only available in MSXML 5.0 for Microsoft Office Applications. It was removed in MSXML 6.0.
Nope ps3 128 xbox only 64 bit. The graphics processing unit, according to Nvidia, is based on the NVIDIA G70 (previously known as NV47) architecture. The GPU makes use of 256MB GDDR3 RAM clocked at 700 MHz with an effective transmission rate of 1.4 GHz and up to 224MB of the 3.2 GHz XDR main memory via the CPU (480MB max).
The PS3 features a slot loading 2x blue ray disk drive. Available hard drive sizes are 20, 40, 60 and 80 GB. All PS3 models have user-upgradeable 2.5" SATA hard drives. The PS3 uses the IBM-designed Cell microprocessor as its CPU. The graphics card is the nVidia RSX 'Reality Synthesizer'. The PS3 has 256 MB of XDR main memory and 256 MB of GDDR3 video memory for the RSX. All of this information comes from Wikipedia, I .
Well, it takes about 800-900MB of memory,i think. Yes, i know that it has only 256MB on its GPU chip, but it gets another 256MB from XDR in the time of need,whcich is now 512MB. The GPU is overmemorable,so u can overmem it upto 250-350MB which now bwcomes 750-850MB. PS3 has an advanced 7800GT(or,RSX as renamed by SCEI)which can take u upto 900MB even with 256MB on it. I have a 7600GT 256MB, I play GTA 4, and i have done it on high profile.It takes 844MB.
That's bull shark they hospital should have done a toxicology report its stranded procedure It depends greatly on the reason for hospitalization and whether the death was medically unexpected. Death is a known complication for a wide variety of conditions. Depending on state law, unless there is a public health concerns (such as XDR TB or SARS or something like that) or reason to believe a crime had been committed, most hospitalized patients never have any post-mortem examination or autopsy done. The attending physician simply places the presumed cause of death and signature on the death certificate. This also frequently happens in deaths outside the hospital if the patient has a known condition and is under active medical care for it.
SONY PlayStation 3 ConsoleMax. Resolution 1920 x 1080Wireless DualShock 3 con...Processor Type: Cell Broadband EngineInstalled RAM: 256 MB XDR RAMOptical Drive Type: Blu-ray playerGraphic Processor: 550 MHz NVIDIA RSXMicrosoft Xbox 360Max. Resolution 1920 x 1080Component Video Support HDMIBuilt in WiFiProcessor Type: 3.2 GHz Triple Core IBM PowerPCInstalled RAM: 512 MB GDDR3 SDRAMOptical Drive Type: DVD-ROM 12x - TrayGraphic Processor: 500 MHz ATI XenosModern Warfare 2Xbox 360720p/1080i/1080pPS3720p/1080i/1080p
Hard Drive2.5' Serial ATA (120GB)CommunicationEthernet (10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T) IEEE 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi*Bluetooth 2.0 (EDR)Wireless Controller Bluetooth (up to 7)A/V OutputScreen size: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080pHDMI**: HDMI + Bravia SyncAnalog: AV MULTI OUT x 1Digital audio: DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) x 1Blu-ray/DVD/CD DRIVE "read only"I/OUSB 2.0 X 2DimensionsApproximately 290mm (W) x 65mm (H) x 290mm (D)WeightApproximately 3.2 kgCPUCell Broadband Engine™GPURSXMemory256MB XDR Main RAM256MB GDDR3 VRAMRemovable Media SlotsNoneOptical DriveCDDVDBDPower250W
When you look at the specs i believe the ps3 is a hair more powerful above the xbox 360 but it is not really noticeable The wii is in a whole different world when it comes to power ( way less than ps3 and xbox 360). The Xbox 360 utilizes a tricore Xenon processor clocked to 3.2GHz. While the PlayStation 3's Cell processor also runs at 3.2GHz, it instead has seven synergistic processing units, controlled by another power processing unit. Theoretically, the PlayStation 3 is thus more than twice as powerful as the Xbox 360. The PS3's Nvidia-developed Reality Synthesizer also runs at 550MHz compared to the 360's 500MHz ATI GPU. Finally, the PS3 has XDR RAM with speeds of 3.2GHz, identical to its CPU. On the other hand, the 360 uses the older GDDR3 RAM running at 700MHz. Your system is only as good as its worst component, so the 360 has already lost.
Actually the PS3 is better. I like the PS3 because it has better graphics and you have an internet browser built in. The online play is also free unlike the crappy Xbox 360. You also get built in Wi-Fi on the PS3 and for the crappy Xbox 360 you need to pay about 30 dollars extra for wireless internet. The PS3 plays blu-ray disks and the crappy Xbox 360 doesn't. You can use an HDMI cable for the PS3 so you can watch things in HD; the crappy Xbox 360 doesn't. As Sony says, "PS3...It only does EVERYTHING." I highly agree. The PlayStation 3 is superior to the Xbox 360 for a variety of reasons, including but not limited to more processing power. Whereas the 360 utilizes a tri-core CPU clocked to 3.2GHz, the PS3 has a Cell processor with seven cores clocked to 3.2GHz each, more than doubling its processing capabilities. The PS3 also uses the newer XDR DRAM, running at 3.2GHz, compared to the Xbox 360's 700MHz GDDR3 RAM, allowing it to render processes more quickly. The PlayStation 3 uses Bluetooth 2.0 for connectivity with its accessories, which unlike the RF of the 360, does not require line of sight for communication, allowing users to control the system from behind obstructions such as walls and cabinets. While the latest models of the Xbox 360 feature HDMI, it is of the older 1.2 profile, while the PS3 uses 1.3, which supports high-fidelity digital audio formats. Furthermore, the PlayStation 3 uses standard 2.5" notebook hard drives, allowing the user to install any capacity of storage they wish, unlike the Xbox 360's proprietary form factor. Most importantly, the PlayStation 3 also features definitive exclusives including Gran Turismo 5, Metal Gear Solid 4, Resistance 2, MAG, as well as the upcoming Killzone 3, SOCOM 4, and LittleBigPlanet 2. The above answer makes valid points and to expand the PS3 will now include the PS3 Move that uses the PS3 Move controller and the PS3 Eye Camera. The release of the Move on September 17 2010 will also include the release of the 320GB harddrive PS3 model available with the PS3 Move Bundle for USA price of $399.99. The Move will allow an even better platform for the creation of new Video Games. The PS3 320GB model will expand the ability to become more than just a game player with the additional storage space foe Video, pictures, and music. I will say the ps3 has good qualities but the 360 has fable, halo, gears of war , the 360 has better internet. To me they are kinda the same.
Manufacturer PS3: SonyXbox: MicrosoftUnits sold globally PS3: 79 million from release in 2006 until Jan 2013Xbox: 76 million from release in 2005 until Jan 2013Sound system PS3: Stereo. 5.1 channel Dolby Digital. HDMI. 7.1 channel LPCMXbox: Limited to Dolby DigitalGraphics PS3: Nvidia RSX graphics processor, with 25g MB XDR main memory and 256 GDDR3 video memoryXbox: ATI Xenos with 10 MB embedded eDRAM and 512 MG DDR3 video ram.Wireless network PS3: Superfast. Built into the consoleXbox: Medium average speed. Needs to be purchased as an add-onGigabyte Versions PS3: 160 GB and 320GBXbox: 4GB and 250GBBluray PS3: Comes with bluray built in for no extra cost towards the console itself (bluray is free in other words)Xbox: No blurayOnline subscription PS3: Free. No charge for online membershipsXbox: Not free. Fees for online membershipsProcessor PS3: 3.23 GHz. 8 coresXbox: 3.2 GHz. 3 coresScreen resolution PS3: Supports all screens and all HD screensXbox: Supports most screens. Has some issues on HD screensController support PS3: Supports up to 7 controllersXbox: Supports 4 controllersCables avaliable PS3: Composite. HDMI. ComponentXbox: Composite only on earlier versions. Composite and component on newer ones after complaintsBackwards compatibility? neither play like original console does PS3: Yes after downloading PS2 conversion data from the PS StoreXbox: Only for some titles, not all of themVideo bandwidth PS3: 22.4 GBpsXbox: 21.6 GBpsOther bits:Consoles returned damaged to retailers in first year PS3: 1.2 millionXbox: 10.2 millionSecurity issues PS3: Was hacked by Anonymous in 2011 to expose weak security. Security has since been tripledXbox: Individual accounts hacked by childish hackers daily. No plans to improve securityRecalls & major issues PS3: NoneXbox: 2005 - cables melted and caught fire. 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 & 2009 - disc reader scratched the discs beyond repair. 2006 - newer model microchips burnt out. 2007 - video output not working. 2008 - "Xbox Experience" upgrade rendered most consoles unusableHeat production PS3: Will overheat if it has been on for more than 3 hours in an enclosed space where no air is getting to the ventsXbox: Will overheat if it has been on for more than 2 hours in an enclosed space where no air is getting to the vents. Reduced to 1 hour 30 minutes in warmer areasPS3 no longer use the wattage that original models did and the current models run much cooler because of this.Ps3s can also work with the PS Vita and PSP and the Xbox 360 does not have a portable device that works with it.Playstation Network also has a Playstation Plus service that costs the same as Xbox Live and gives many discounts free games and automatic updates to games and devicesThe HDD on a PS3 uses a standard laptop harddrive and for under $100 any PS3 model can be upgraded to 1 TB. Amazon has the one I used without problem for under $80. It was the 1TB WD Blue 5400 RPM 2. 5-inch SATA hard drives from Western Digital. I have over 150 games stored and room for at least another 100 if I do not get the huge 12 GB + game bundles
There is no Ps3 emulator, its not possible at the moment.PS2 is still in a Beta state of development and the PS3 will require much more labor and development time.Fact emulation will never work as simple and trouble free as the original product was able to play the games. Different titles will never be able to be played without some of the titles requiring fine tuning.The answers below are not answers to the question when they do not tell where someone can find a PS3 emulation.Even Ps2 emulation is at working state, and it requires the best computer out there to run games at good speeds. Still every title is not playable and there definition of playable is that the game can be completed even if it takes time and effort If a Ps3 emulator could be made, it will require at least as long to develop as the PCSX2 has needed to be refined. The computer requirements will catch up as the product is developed, but the day has not arrivedYou would be quite amazed at what PcSX2 coders think about the idea.I would have to point a few of them:PCSX2 are the people who have been working over 10 years on the PS2 emulation program that is still in beta format1) There is not much information about the PS3 architecture, and how it works.2) In Emulation, the hardware requirements for a PC to emulate a console is a rough estimate of 10x.E.g. PSX has a tiny 33mhz cpu, and it requires a minimum of 400mhz to "run" psx games. Some games will still be slow, and you need more requirements if you need good graphics.3) PS3's Cell processor is a beast.CPU: Cell ProcessorPowerPC-base Core @3.2GHz1 VMX vector unit per core512KB L2 cache7 x SPE @3.2GHz7 x 128b 128 SIMD GPRs7 x 256KB SRAM for SPEThat's 7 x 3.2 GHz SPE alone..And Cell has more than that.So, according to the rough guess, you will need something like 7 x 40 GHz, and XDR Ram, and GPU capable of 18 TFLOPS @ 550 MHz, to emulate PS34) Think about the coders. Who will want to try such a nearly impossible task, especially when there isn't much info about the hardware?Answer: You can't because there isn't one at the moment.Correction all that's left is for someone to "translate" from ps3 code to pc we'll still need powerful pc's remember people If you look at all the psp emulators that work when people predicted we would need powerhouse pc's to emulate it. I have come across a few people that are working on ps3 and xbox 360 the 360 project was scrapped and left to die while work continues on ps3. So with any luck we'll have new coding some time next year it'll be a while before anyone can play commercial games but our intention is to run it through java. Try making your own emulator before claiming it's impossible. Weeks of coding and I've achieved 2fps on disgaea universe so time will tell. If we finish the project it will be posted here.All that's left is for the thing to be written tested developed and have the bugs worked out. PSP is an easy system like the PS1. PC's are powerhouses compared to what was around a decade agoAnswerThis is not really an answer, more like I wish we could because I thing they shouldI know They should develop a pc operation system for pxs 3 and be able to operate with all motherboard functions and extras like sound cards and video cards and usb ports (so you can hook up a controller). there's no way the pxs 3 needs all that computer power bye itself. All the microchips on its board are all in one. Think about it! I love to see that we could install a game system on our pc like we can install windows operating systems. What you people think?
In terms of sheer performance, the specs are as follows:PS3CPUCell Broadband Engine™GPURSXMemory256MB XDR Main RAM 256MB GDDR3 VRAMHDD2.5' Serial ATA (20GB, 60GB, 80GB)I/OUSB 2.0 X 4Memory Stick/SD/CompactFlash Slots(60GB only)Communication *Dr Egg*Ethernet (10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-TIEEE 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi*(60GB only)Bluetooth 2.0 (EDR)Bluetooth Controllers (up to 7 devices)AV OutputScreen size: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p [576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p(PAL)] *Time__Killer*HDMI**: HDMI out - (x1 / HDMI)Analog: AV MULTI OUT x 1Digital audio: DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) x 1Blu-ray/DVD/CD DRIVE "read only"DimensionsApproximately 325mm (W) x 98mm (H) x 274mm (D)WeightApproximately 5 kg Cell Broadband EngineCell Tech SpecsPowerPC-based Core @ 3.2GHz7 SPEs @ 3.2GHz512KB L2 Cache7 x 256KB SRAM for SPEsXBOX360Custom IBM PowerPC-based CPUThree symmetrical cores running at 3.2 GHz eachTwo hardware threads per core; six hardware threads totalOne VMX-128 vector unit per core; three total128 VMX-128 registers per hardware thread1 MB L2 cacheCPU Game Math Performance9 billion dot product operations per secondCustom ATI Graphics Processor10 MB of embedded DRAM48-way parallel floating-point dynamically scheduled shader pipelinesUnified shader architecturePolygon Performance500 million triangles per secondPixel Fill Rate16 gigasamples per second fill rate using 4x MSAAShader Performance48 billion shader operations per secondMemory512 MB of 700-MHz GDDR3 RAMUnified memory architectureMemory Bandwidth22.4 GB/s memory interface bus bandwidth256 GB/s memory bandwidth to EDRAM21.6 GB/s front-side busOverall System Floating-Point Performance1 teraflopStorageDetachable and upgradeable 20-GB hard drive*12x dual-layer DVD-ROMMemory unit support starting at 64 MB *Xbox 360 bundle onlyI/OSupport for up to four wireless game controllersThree USB 2.0 portsTwo memory unit slotsOptimized for OnlineInstant, out-of-the-box access to Xbox Live features with broadband service, including Xbox Live Marketplace for downloadable content, gamer profile for digital identity and voice chat to talk to friends while playing games, watching movies or listening to musicBuilt-in Ethernet portWi-Fi ready: 802.11a, 802.11b and 802.11gVideo-camera readyDigital Media SupportSupport for DVD-Video, DVD-ROM, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, CD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW, WMA CD, MP3 CD, JPEG Photo CDAbility to stream media from portable music devices, digital cameras and Windows XP-based PCsAbility to rip music to the Xbox 360 hard driveCustom playlists in every gameBuilt-in Media Center Extender for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005Interactive, full-screen 3-D visualizersHigh-Definition Game SupportAll games supported at 16:9, 720p and 1080i, anti-aliasingStandard-definition and high-definition video output supportedAudioMulti-channel surround-sound outputSupports 48-KHz 16-bit audio320 independent decompression channels32-bit audio processingMore than 256 audio channelsSystem OrientationStands vertically or horizontallyCustomizable Face PlatesInterchangeable to personalize the consoleAnd personally, I like the Xbox 360 better for the lineup of games. It's opinion really, as mentioned above, you're the judge of this.