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MATH 240 Fall, 2007 Chapter Summaries for Kolman / Hill, Elementary Linear Algebra, 9th Ed. written by Prof. J. Beachy Sections 1.1–1.5, 2.1–2.3, 4.2–4.9, 3.1–3.5, 5.3–5.5, 6.1–6.3, 6.5, 7.1–7.3 Chapter 1: Linear Equations and Matrices DEFINITIONS There are a number of definitions concerning systems of linear equations on pages 1–2 and 27–28.
  • linear systems
  • basic properties of matrix operations
  • inner product
  • linear transformation
  • row
  • vector space
  • matrix
  • real numbers
  • basis
  • vectors

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Contents
Chapter 1 – Hardware and Software Requirements ...................... 1
Database Server ............................................................................................................ 1
Application Server ........................................................................................................ 1
Client PC requirements ...................................................................................................... 1
Browser requirements......................................................................................................... 1
Chapter 2 – Database Installation Instructions ............................. 3
Create Staging Directory for Allocation database files...................................................... 3
Create Allocation tables ..................................................................................................... 3
Create Alloc database objects............................................................................................. 3
Validate all invalid objects ................................................................................................. 3
Create Alloc data................................................................................................................ 3
Chapter 3 – OC4J 10g Standalone Installation Instructions ........ 5
UNIX (Sun Solaris/HPUX/AIX) .................................................................................. 5
Install OC4J 9.0.4 Standalone ............................................................................................ 5
Configure OC4J for Allocation 11 and deploy alloc.war................................................... 6
Start/Stop the default OC4J application ............................................................................. 6
Edit the file allocation.properties ....................................................................................... 7
Reload the default OC4J application 7
Algorithm Installation ........................................................................................................ 8

i Chapter 1 – Hardware and Software Requirements

Chapter 1 – Hardware and Software
Requirements
Database Server
General requirements for a database server capable of running Allocation application include:
• UNIX based OS certified with Oracle RDBMS 9i Release 2 Enterprise Edition. Options
include AIX 5.2, Solaris 9, and HP-UX 11.11.
• Oracle RDBMS 9i Release 2 Enterprise Edition.
Application Server
General requirements for an application server capable of running Allocation application include:
• UNIX based OS certified with Oracle 10G Application Server (OC4J 9.0.4). include AIX
5.2, Solaris 9, and HP-UX 11.11.
• IBM Oracle 10G Application Server (OC4J 9.0.4)
Client PC and Web Browser Requirements
Client PC requirements
• Operating system is Windows 2000 or XP
• Display resolution: 1024x768
• Processor; minimum1GHz
• Memory; minimum of 512MBytes
• Networking; Intranet with at least 10Mbps data rate.
• Sun JRE 1.4.1 32 bit
Browser requirements
• Microsoft Internet Explorer; version 5.5 or higher
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Chapter 2 – Database Installation Instructions

Chapter 2 – Database Installation
Instructions
Create Staging Directory for Allocation database files
1 Log into the UNIX server as retek user and determine where the Allocation database files will
be installed. There should be a minimum of 1MB disk space available for the database
installation files.
2 Copy the alloc11dbserver.zip file from the CD/dbserverunix directory to the newly created
staging directory. This will be referred to as INSTALL_DIR for the remainder of this
chapter.
3 Change directories to INSTALL_DIR and extract the alloc11dbserver.zip file.
Create Allocation tables
Note: All Allocation database objects should be installed using the RMS 11 schema
owner.
1 Change directories to INSTALL_DIR/ddl
2 Log into sqlplus as the RMS 11 schema owner and run the following command:
SQL> @alloc11.sql
3 Check the log file alloc11.log for any errors.
Create Alloc database objects
1 Change directories to INSTALL_DIR/db_objects
2 Log into sqlplus as the RMS 11 schema owner and run the following command:
SQL> @alloc11dbo.sql
3 Check the log file alloc11dbo.log for any errors.
Validate all invalid objects
1 Change directories to INSTALL_DIR/utility
2 Log into sqlplus as the RMS 11 schema owner and run the following command:
SQL> @inv_obj_comp.sql
This script may need to be run more than once. Run the script until no more invalid objects
remain.
Create Alloc data
1 Change directories to INSTALL_DIR/sqlplus
2 Log into sqlplus as the RMS 11 schema owner and run the following command:
SQL> @alloc11ctl.sql
3 Check the log file alloc11ctl.log for any errors.
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