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Electronic versions of these documents allow you to quickly get to the information you need and print only the pages you want. The Intel 64 and IA-32 architectures software developer's manuals are now available for download via one combined volume, a four volume set or a ten volume set. All content is identical in each set; see details below.
At present, downloadable PDFs of all volumes are at version 078. The downloadable PDF of the Intel 64 and IA-32 architectures optimization reference manual is at version 045. Additional related specifications, application notes, and white papers are also available for download.
This set consists of volume 1, volume 2 (combined 2A, 2B, 2C, and 2D), volume 3 (combined 3A, 3B, 3C, and 3D), and volume 4. This set allows for easier navigation of the instruction set reference and system programming guide through functional cross-volume table of contents, references, and index.
This set contains the same information as the four-volume set, but separated into ten smaller PDFs: volume 1, volume 2A, volume 2B, volume 2C, volume 2D, volume 3A, volume 3B, volume 3C, volume 3D, and volume 4. This set is better suited to those with slower connection speeds.
There is common understanding that government support for electric vehicle purchases can only be transitional, as sale volumes increase. In the near term, a point will be reached when technology learning and economies of scale will have driven down the purchase cost of electric vehicles and mass-market adoption is triggered. For the first time a decrease in government spending for electric car purchase incentives was observed in 2019, while both consumer spending and total expenditure on electric cars continued to increase. At the national level, both China and the United States witnessed substantial purchase subsidies reductions or partial phase out in 2019, but there are cases where these reductions were met by increases in local government support. In China the central government was planning in 2019 to culminate a phase-out that dates to 2016, though, in the face of bleak electric car sales in the second half of 2019, the subsidy scheme was extended through 2022. Yet some other countries extended or implemented new purchase incentives schemes in 2019 or early 2020, for example, Germany and Italy.
However, some electric vehicles might not necessarily be designed for the highest possible energy density. This might be the case for urban buses or delivery vehicles where volumetric constraints are less stringent, or for low-end electric vehicles where affordability is more important than long driving ranges. For these applications, the LFP cathode could be well suited.
Based on the two scenarios, it is estimated that 100-120 GWh of electric vehicle batteries will be retired by 2030, a volume roughly equivalent to current annual battery production. Without effective measures to address such volumes, this can become a significant environmental liability. Spent batteries can be channelled to second-use or recycling with the aid of policies that help to steer these markets towards sustainable end-of-life practices.
As volumes of spent electric vehicle batteries increase, the development of an effective recycling industry will be key to the sustainability of Li-ion batteries. By recovering critical materials, a robust recycling system would reduce demand for raw materials, greenhouse gas emissions and negative local impacts from mining and refining. Furthermore, domestic recycling enables countries to reduce their reliance on imports of critical materials. So far, economic viability and market incentives for recycling have been limited because of generally low raw material prices and small volumes of spent electric vehicle batteries to date. However, as the growing market for electric vehicles puts further pressure on primary resources, raw material prices could increase and/or prices may become more volatile. Thus, materials recovered through recycling would become more competitive. The economic and strategic value of essential inputs, such as lithium and cobalt, may incentivise recycling in the long term and steer recycling policies.
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Android, Linux Boss (5.0), Linux Debian (7.0, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5, 7.6, 7.7, 7.8, 7.9, 8.0, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, 8.5, 8.6), Linux Fedora (22, 23, 24), Linux Mint (17, 17.1, 17.2, 17.3, 18), Linux Red Hat Enterprise (6.0, 7.0), Linux SUSE (13.2, 42.1), Linux Ubuntu (12.04, 14.04, 15.10, 16.04, 16.10), OS macOS 10.12 Sierra, OS X 10.11 El Capitan, OS X 10.10 Yosemite, UNIX, Windows 10 all 32/64-bit editions (excluding RT OS for Tablets), Windows 7 all 32/64-bit editions, Windows 8/8.1 all 32/64-bit editions (excluding RT OS for Tablets), Windows Vista all 32-bit editions (Home Basic, Premium, Professional, etc.), Windows XP SP3 32-bit editions (XP Home, XP Pro, etc.) (Full solution software available only for Windows 7 and newer, UPD software available only for Windows 7 and newer, HP Software for Mac and Windows is no longer included on the CD, but can be downloaded from , Legacy Windows Operating Systems (XP, Vista, and equivalent servers) get print and Scan drivers only with a reduced feature set, Windows RT OS for Tablets (32/64-bit) uses a simplified HP print driver built into the RT OS)
You need to specify ID fields with certain API method calls. There are threetypes of IDs used within Google Books: Volume IDs - Unique strings given to each volume that Google Books knows about. An example of a volume ID is _LettPDhwR0C. You can use the API to get the volume ID by making a request that returns a Volume resource; you can find the volume ID in its id field. Bookshelf IDs - Numeric values given to a bookshelf in a user's library. Google provides some pre-defined shelves for every user with the following IDs: Favorites: 0 Purchased: 1 To Read: 2 Reading Now: 3 Have Read: 4 Reviewed: 5 Recently Viewed: 6 My eBooks: 7 Books For You: 8 If we have no recommendations for the user, this shelf does not exist. Custom shelves have IDs greater than 1000. A bookshelf ID is unique for a given user, i.e., two users can have a bookshelf with the same ID that refer to different bookshelves. You can use the API to get the bookshelf ID by making a request that returns a Bookshelf resource; you can find the bookshelf ID in its id field. User IDs - Unique numeric values assigned to each user. These values are not necessarily the same ID value used in other Google services. Currently, the only way retrieve the user ID is to extract it from the selfLink in a Bookshelf resource retrieved with an authenticated request. Users can also obtain their own user ID from the Books site. A user cannot obtain the user ID for another user via the API or the Books site; the other user would have to share that information explicitly, by email for example.
This request has a single required parameter:q - Search for volumes that contain this text string. There arespecial keywords you can specify in the search terms to search in particularfields, such as: intitle: Returns results where the text following this keyword is found in the title. inauthor: Returns results where the text following this keyword is found in the author. inpublisher: Returns results where the text following this keyword is found in the publisher. subject: Returns results where the text following this keyword is listed in the category list of the volume. isbn: Returns results where the text following this keyword is the ISBN number. lccn: Returns results where the text following this keyword is the Library of Congress Control Number. oclc: Returns results where the text following this keyword is the Online Computer Library Center number.
You use the download parameter to restrict the returned results to volumes that have an availabledownload format of epub by setting the to the valueepub.The following example searches for books with an epub download available:
The accessInfo section is of particular interest in determiningwhat features are available for an eBook. An epub is a flowing textformat ebook, the epub section will have anisAvailable property indicating if this type of ebook is available.It will have a download link if there is a sample for the book or if the usercan read the book either due to having purchased it or due to it being publicdomain in the user's location. A pdf for Google books indicates ascanned pages version of the ebook with similar details such as if it isavailable and a download link. Google recommends epub files foreReaders and SmartPhones, as scanned pages may be hard to read on these devices.If there is no accessInfo section, the volume is not available as aGoogle eBook.
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