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Parallel-in to Serial-out (PISO) Shift Register. The Parallel-in to Serial-out shift register acts in the opposite way to the serial-in to parallel-out one above. The data is loaded into the register in a parallel format in which all the data bits enter their inputs simultaneously, to the parallel. Shift key is not working inside Windows computer connected via RDP from Windows virtual machine when switching from lowercase to uppercase. As a first troubleshooting step enable Optimize for games keyboard option as it provides more precise way of handling modifiers buttons such as Shift, Alt, Ctrl. As of: Parallel-Shift Sensitivity Analysis for HLB-Option and Knockout Advances Start Date Maturity Date Next Call Date Coupon -300 -200 -100 Base +100 +200 +300 +400 1/7/2000 1/7/2015 4/7/2014 5.950 104.661 104.661 104.661 104.404 103.625 102.858 102.104 101.373. Parallel shifts are phases happening about two to three times a year, and they last about a month. During parallel shifts the whole world seems to change form. Parallel shifts typically bring dramatic alterations in what life looks like. March and April 2007’s parallel shift is happening in a year with the Goal of Growth and Moving Center.

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I want to use a shift register for my project, I have a bunch of inputs and I don't want to use too many I/O pins on the ATmega32 I'm using.

This is the shift register I'm using: 74HC_HCT166

I've tried to find example code but couldn't find any for parallel in/serial out. I found some for serial out and tried to write code based on that, but that didn't work. In the end I pretty much copied the sequence in fig 6 from the datasheet, but it still doesn't work.

Basically I'm looking for an example function for reading the parallel input from the shift register.

Dr. Dave, I have been practicing the 2-rail parallel line kick shots you show in your book on pages 229 & 230 and demonstrated in NV 7.9. It works fine if I set up the balls similar to what you show in your book but I am having difficulty envisioning the same shot from other set ups. I don’t think I fully understand how to determine the center line between the 2 parallel lines. Can you elaborate on this idea?

The following video demonstrates the midpoint-parallel-shift system:

Unfortunately, the action of this shot depends on sidespin, shot speed, angle, ball distances, and table (especially cushion) conditions. Obviously, when practicing, you need to try to use consistent sidespin and speed on a given table to see how the cue ball responds at different angles. Here’s a summary of the adjustments required to compensate for different effects, as demonstrated in the video above:

Effects Summary

  • general:
    • slow or fast speed go short, so aim farther from pocket
    • OB close to cushion goes short, so aim farther from pocket
    • OB far from cushion goes long, so aim closer to pocket
  • diagonal (45˚) approach into 1st rail:
    • benchmark speed and spin give square hit
    • less spin goes long, so aim closer to pocket
    • more spin goes short, so aim farther from pocket
  • shallower angle into 1st cushion (steeper angle into 2nd cushion) goes long
    • aim closer to pocket or use less spin
  • steeper angle into 1st cushion goes short
    • aim farther from pocket or use less spin

For more information and demonstrations, see Shots 514 and 515 on Vol. IV of the Video Encyclopedia of Pool Shots.

The midpoint parallel-shift system can also be used for 2-rail bank shots, measuring between the OB and the target pocket. But with no or less running spin on the OB (even though you can impart a little with spin transfer), the OB will tend to go long, especially when coming into the 1st rail steep. But appropriate aim adjustments can be made. There is also a midpoint-parallel-shift system for aiming 1-rail kick and bank shots. It is covered on the mirror-system resource page.

from Patrick Johnson:

You have to aim a little closer to the corner than the measurement suggests – experience will tell you how much, depending on the angle to the first rail and the cleanliness of the table/balls.
In this drawing the blue line is the measured track, but the actual track will look more like the red line:

from Bob_Jewett:

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… the “Amazing Double-mirror Image Method” or ADIM for short … is explained on the second page of http://www.sfbilliards.com/articles/2004.pdf (July). Mostly, it gives you a very easy way to put up a target ball exactly where the real ball would appear for a perfect mirror system. … This lets you see immediately how pitifully awful the two-rail mirror system is, but it also allows you to try to find out where it does work and maybe how to modify it so it works for more cases.

from dr_dave:

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Here’s an illustration of the mirror version of the midpoint-parallel shift system mentioned in Bob Jewett’s article above:

Parallel Shift Register

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