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COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES

EEE 200: STUDENTS WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAMME I            

 

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Understand the establishment’s services, products and goals

$12.       Understand the roles of available departments and the contribution of their own department to the operation of the establishment

$13.       Build confidence to work individually and team spirit to work with others in their establishment

$14.       Correlate contents learnt in the curriculum with experience in the field, and learn to apply industry standard tools to problem-solving

$15.       Deliver and present their work experience effectively through written and oral communication

$16.      Recognize the importance of self-learning and development

EEE 201: APPLIED ELECTRICITY I                                                                     

 

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Understand the basics of electric power, voltage, current, power sources and identify various active and passive components

$12.       Describe various configurations of linear resistive networks and analyse them using various network theorems such as KCL,KVL, Norton, Thevenin and Superposition theorems

$13.       Differentiate between linear and non-linear resistive networks

$14.       Understand basic logic gates and digital circuits

$15.       Identify different solid state devices

$16.       Use simulation software to simulate and analyse linear and nonlinear resistive networks and digital circuits

EEE 202: APPLIED ELECTRICITY II                                                                   

           

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Understand magnetic field of currents in space

$12.       Compute initial conditions and step response for current and voltage in first order RL and RC inductor and capacitor circuits.

$13.       Compute initial conditions and time response for current and voltage in second order RLC circuits.

$14.       Compute the response of RLC circuits to sinusoidal steady state

$15.       Design and analyse RLC circuits using phasor techniques

$16.       Explain the basic concepts of magnetic circuits, mutual inductance, and the operation of transformers, generators and motors

$17.       Discuss various types of measuring instruments

$18.       Use simulation software to simulate and analyze first order and second order circuits

EEE 210: INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING                          

 

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Understand the Electrical and Electronic Engineering programme and ethical responsibilities as both a student and professional engineer

$12.       Understand the disciplines and opportunities available in the field of electrical and electronic engineering

$13.       Understand several contemporary issues in power, communications and control systems engineering

$14.       Write simple programs using MATLAB

$15.      Understand the need for life-long learning

 

EEE 231: ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS I                                                 

 

Course   Outcomes

$11.       Apply the fundamental concepts of limits, continuity and differentiation

$12.       Learn to find the solution of constant coefficient differential equations

$13.       Learn the techniques of partial differentiation of functions of several variables and use this to solve problems related to maxima and minima

$14.       Acquire knowledge about the ideas and techniques of matrices, determinants and vector algebra

$15.       Acquire knowledge of vector calculus and its application in electromagnetic fields

$16.       Apply MATLAB to basic Engineering mathematics problems

 

EEE 232: ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II                                                   

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Model different physical systems using second order differential equations

$12.       Learn to solve second order differential equations arising in different physical systems and fields

$13.       Evaluate line integrals and multiple integrals in rectangular, polar, spherical and cylindrical coordinates

$14.       Acquire knowledge of applications of line, double and triple integrals, including Green’s theorem, Stoke’s theorem and Divergence theorem.

$15.       Acquire knowledge of functions of complex variables, linear and non-linear transformations and mapping

$16.       Apply MATLAB to basic Engineering mathematics problems

EEE 300: STUDENTS’ WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAMME II                      

 

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Understand the establishment’s services, products and goals

$12.       Understand the roles of available departments and the contribution of their own department to the overall operation

$13.       Build confidence to work individually and team spirit to work with others in their establishment

$14.       Correlate contents learnt in class with field experience, and learn to apply industry standard tools to problem-solving

$15.       Deliver and present their work experience effectively through written and oral communication

$16.       Recognize the importance of self-learning and development

 

EEE 308: DIGITAL CIRCUIT ANALYSIS AND DESIGN                        

 

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Differentiate between analogue and digital signals and devices

$12.       Understand principles of operation of Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) and Digital to Analog Converter (DAC)

$13.       Analyze the building blocks of Combinational logic circuits

$14.       Analyze the building blocks of sequential logic circuits and illustrate the concept of synchronous and asynchronous sequential circuits

$15.       Understand various concepts in interfacing digital devices with the analog world- parallel and serial transmission, microcomputer, microprocessors and microcontrollers

$16.       Differentiate between RAM and ROM and understand the technologies behind them

$17.       Understand the power requirements of digital elements

 

 

EEE 310: MEASUREMENT & INSTRUMENTATION                                       

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Recognize the evolution and history of units and standards in Measurements.

$12.       Understand the working principle of instruments for measuring various electrical engineering parameters such as current, voltage, resistance, power, energy , etc

$13.       Select appropriate sensors and transducers in measuring physical parameters

$14.       Understand various signal manipulation techniques

$15.       Acquire knowledge of biomedical instrumentation principles

$16.       Think of innovative ideas to improve existing measurement technologies

 

 

EEE 313: ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS I                                                                   

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Acquire basic knowledge on the working principles of various semi-conductor devices such as diodes and BJTs

$12.       Develop capability in analysis of BJT and FET amplifier circuits

$13.       Develop competence in frequency response analysis of amplifiers

$14.       Design signal and power amplifiers using BJTs and FETs

$15.       Acquire knowledge on basic digital electronics circuits

$16.       Analyze and design combinatorial circuits

 

 

EEE 320: ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS II                                                                 

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Analyze important electronic circuits (amplifiers, filters, oscillators)

$12.       Use simulation software

$13.       Build, make measurements, and troubleshoot electronic circuits

$14.       Analyse and design wave-shaping sequential circuits

$15.       Understand various memory circuits, logic families (including TTL, ECL, RTL, DTL) and IC technologies

 

EEE 315: ELECTRICAL MACHINES I                                                                 

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Understand the energy conversion principles in electrical machines

$12.       Understand the fundamental characteristics of various types of DC machines-generators, motors and their shunt and series characteristics

$13.       Understand the concept of equivalent circuit in transformers

$14.       Conduct simple tests on electrical machines and transformers

$15.       Understand the construction and design issues associated with electrical machines

 

 

EEE 314:   ELECTRICAL MACHINES II                                                               

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.             Understand the fundamental theory and principles of rotating machines.

$12.             Understand the equivalent circuit representation and analysis of Induction motors and synchronous machines.

$13.             To also introduce the students to the characteristics of motors and their applications at home and in the industry.

$14.             Understand the construction and design issues associated with electrical machines.

 

 

EEE 317: USE OF ENGINEERING SOFTWARE PACKAGES                             

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Understand the need for software packages in solving engineering problems

$12.       Know the main features of the MATLAB, LabVIEW and SIMULINK environments and use their GUIs effectively

$13.       Design simple algorithms to solve problems

$14.       Write simple programs in MATLAB to solve scientific and mathematical problems

$15.       Develop basic Virtual Instruments in LabVIEW

$16.       Simulate basic electrical circuits in Simulink

 

EEE 316: APPLIED COMPUTER PROGRAMMING                                           

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Understand the need for software packages in solving engineering problems

$12.       Know the main features of the MATLAB, LabVIEW and SIMULINK environments and use their GUIs effectively

$13.       Design simple algorithms to solve problems

$14.       Write simple programs in MATLAB to solve scientific and mathematical problems

$15.       Develop basic Virtual Instruments in LabVIEW

$16.       Simulate basic electrical circuit in Simulink

 

EEE 318: ELECTRIC CIRCUIT THEORY II                                                        

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Analyze circuits using  basic circuit laws and network simplification theorems

$12.       Know realizability requirements in network synthesis

$13.       Synthesize one port network using Foster and Cauer Forms.

$14.       Analyze series resonant  and parallel resonant  circuits

$15.       Evaluate two-port network parameters, design attenuators and equalizers

$16.       Apply CAD tools in filter design

 

 

EEE 319: MINI PROJECT I                                                                        

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems

$12.       Learn teamwork while undertaking short research

$13.       Acquire/Apply report writing skills

$14.       Use ICT   and software tools in design and implementation of electrical/electronic devices

$15.       Develop communication skills by presenting their results before an evaluation panel

$16.       Acquire capability for self-development and life-long learning

 

 

EEE 321: ELECTRIC CIRCUIT THEORY I                                                          

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.             Apply the knowledge of different circuit theorems to electrical networks

$12.             Determine system response of electrical networks to step, ramp, impulse, exponential and sinusoidal input signals

$13.             Understand and apply Laplace transform for steady state and transient analysis and carry out pole-zero analysis

$14.             Analyze two-port, ladder and star-delta networks

$15.             Apply software tools in analyzing electric circuits

 

 

EEE 323: ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS AND WAVES I                                

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.             Understand the basic mathematical concepts related to electromagnetic vector fields.

$12.             Apply the principles of electrostatics to the solutions of problems relating to electric field and electric potential, boundary conditions and electric energy density.

$13.             Apply the principles of magneto statics to the solutions of problems relating to magnetic field and magnetic potential, boundary conditions and magnetic energy density.

$14.             Understand the concepts related to Faraday‘s law, induced emf and Maxwell‘s equations.

$15.             Apply Maxwell‘s equations to solutions of problems relating to transmission lines and uniform plane wave propagation.

 

EEE 331: ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS III                                      

 

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.             Solve equations using bisection, iteration, interpolation and central differences numerical techniques

$12.             Understand the meaning of Operations Research apply it in solving linear programming problems

$13.             Apply Laplace transforms to the solution of differential equations

$14.             Calculate Fourier series representing periodic functions

$15.             Understand gamma, beta and error functions

$16.             Use computational tools to solve problems involving ordinary and partial differential equations

 

 

EEE 332: ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS IV                                                  

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Develop mathematical models for various physical systems

$12.       Solve ordinary differential equations using numerical methods (including Euler-Cauchy, Runge Kutta and predictor-corrector methods)

$13.       Extend the techniques of Fourier series to non-periodic functions by means of Fourier integrals and Fourier transforms

$14.       Explain Sturm-Liouville theory and apply orthogonality to the solution of differential equations

$15.       Solve partial differential equations with given initial and boundary conditions;

$16.       Use computational tools to solve problems and applications of Ordinary Differential Equations and Partial Differential Equations

 

EEE 400 STUDENTS’ INDUSTRIAL WORK EXPERIENCE SCHEME            

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Understand the establishment’s services, products and goals

$12.       Understand the roles of available departments and the contribution of their own department to the operation of the establishment

$13.       Build confidence to work individually and team spirit to work with others in their establishment

$14.       Correlate contents learnt in the curriculum with experience in the field, and learn to apply industry standard tools to problem-solving

$15.       Deliver and present their work experience effectively through written and oral communication

$16.      Recognize the importance of self-learning and development

 

 

EEE 401: ELECTRIC POWER PRINCIPLES                                                        

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Gain awareness of the general structure of modern power systems

$12.       Understand the process of power generation from conventional and non-conventional energy sources

$13.       Calculate transmission line parameters and determine factors affecting transmission line performance

$14.       Know types of overhead insulators and underground cables as well as factors guiding their selection

$15.       Know the various protection equipment in the power system (e.g. circuit breakers, isolators, relays)

 

 

EEE 407:   INTRODUCTION TO CONTROL ENGINEERING             

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Understand open loop and closed loop control systems and their physical meaning

$12.       Construct mathematical model of physical system, via transfer function and state variable method

$13.       Analyze system behavior and stability using mathematical models and evaluating the system performance, in time domain

$14.       Use software tools to aid understanding of control system performance

 

 

EEE 413: DIGITAL ELECTRONICS                                                                      

Course Outcomes

  1. Understand Boolean Algebra, switching algebra, and logic gates
  2. Simplify Boolean functions using Karnaugh Maps,
  3. Design and analyze combinational logic circuits: adders, subtracters, code converters, parity checkers, encoders, decoders, multiplexers, BCD adders, and comparators
  4. Design and analyze sequential logic circuits: latches and flip-flops, registers, synchronous and asynchronous counters, and memories
  5. Understand characteristics of logic gate families
  6. Use software tools to design digital electronics system

 

 

EEE 415: SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS                                                                      

           

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.        Recognise, sketch, manipulate and classify basic signals commonly used in engineering applications;

$12.        Formulate the input-output description of continuous time (CT) linear systems and identify system properties of linearity, time (in)variance, causality, memory and stability;

$13.        Analyse and synthesise systems as a composite of sub-systems through series, parallel and feedback combinations; 

$14.        Use Fourier transform methods to obtain CT LTI systems’ outputs in the steady state;

$15.        Define Laplace transforms and manipulate s-domain transfer functions describing CT LTI systems;

$16.        Obtain z-transforms for discrete time systems

 

EEE 417:   PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING                 

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.        Describe and analyse some of the building blocks of modern communication systems

$12.        Describe the concept and techniques for performing signal modulation in communication systems;

$13.        Analyse the performance of Amplitude Modulation (AM), Phase Modulation (PM) and Frequency Modulation (FM) systems; 

$14.        Understand Pulse modulation systems: PAM, PWM, PPM and their generation, detection and applications

$15.        Differentiate between multiplexing techniques

$16.        Introduction to radio and TV transmission

 

 

EEE 421:   ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS AND WAVES II                              

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.        Understand general electromagnetic wave propagation phenomena in different media and apply the boundary conditions for electric and magnetic fields at different interfaces.

$12.        Identify the transmission line as an element in a circuit, name its parameters, and use Smith chart to solve transmission line problems.

$13.        Identifying various types of transmission lines and waveguides, their performance, characteristics, and practical applications.

$14.        Understand the theory of antennas and radiating elements

 

 

EEE 423: MINI PROJECT II                                                                                   

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems

$12.       Learn teamwork while undertaking short research

$13.       Acquire/Apply report writing skills

$14.       Use ICT   and software tools in design and implementation of electrical/electronic devices

$15.       Develop communication skills by presenting their results before an evaluation panel

$16.      Acquire capability for self-development and life-long learning

 

 

EEE 501: FINAL YEAR PROJECT I                                                                       

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Understand and apply formal design methodology to generate the design constraints and specifications/requirements for a system

$12.       Demonstrate technical presentation skills, both written and oral

$13.       Create engineering documents that include analysis, schematics, software and scheduling necessary to complete the research

$14.       Use computer design tools to document schematics, wiring, interconnections and create project layout

$15.       Function individually and as a team player

$16.       Understand the broader impact of engineering solutions on society

$17.       Design and construct experiments to generate, analyse and interpret data

$18.       Recognize the need for life-long learning

$19.       Understand professional ethics and responsibility

$110.    Understand contemporary issues of design, such as patents, engineering standards

 

EEE 502: FINAL YEAR PROJECT II                                                                     

 

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.        Understand and apply formal design methodology to generate the design constraints and specifications/requirements for a system

$12.        Demonstrate technical presentation skills, both written and oral

$13.        Create engineering documents that include analysis, schematics, software and scheduling necessary to complete the research

$14.        Use computer design tools to document schematics, wiring, interconnections and create project layout

$15.        Function individually and as a team player

$16.        Understand the broader impact of engineering solutions on society

$17.        Design and construct experiments to generate, analyse and interpret data

$18.        Recognize the need for life-long learning

$19.        Understand professional ethics and responsibility

$110.     Understand contemporary issues of design, such as patents, engineering standards

 

EEE 504: DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING                                                        

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.        Differentiate between continuous time and discrete time signals and systems

$12.        Analyze linear time invariant discrete time systems and represent total response in various formats

$13.        Determine the Discrete Time Fourier Transform, Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) and z-transform for discrete time signals

$14.        Apply DFT in signal representation and system analysis and compute DFT using Fast Fourier Transform algorithms

$15.        Design IIR and FIR filters and understand their realization structures

$16.        Understand finite word-length effects in digital filter implementation

$17.        Apply software tools in digital signal processing

 

EEE 507: ADVANCED CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES                                                

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.        Understand the physical structure of analog/digital integrated circuits and their layout

$12.        Analyze and design basic analog integrated circuits

$13.        Use software tools to design and simulate analog integrated circuits

$14.        Use basic analog integrated circuits to build bigger systems

EEE 509: CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING                                               

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.        Analyse response of a second order control system using software tools

$12.        Analyze and interpret system stability through Root Locus, Bode plot and Nyquist plot

$13.        Design Lag, Lead, Lead-Lag compensators

$14.        Analyze torque- speed characteristics of DC and AC servomotors

$15.        Analyze the effect of P, PI, PD and PID controllers on a control system

EEE 510: RELIABILITY ENGINEERING                                                    

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Introduce concepts and methods in the field of reliability engineering

$12.       Use total quality management tools to measure and evaluate the quality of products

$13.       Perform reliability analysis of a system and designing the same

$14.       Differentiate between hardware and software reliability

$15.       Evaluate the use of reliability engineering for industrial activities.

EEE 525: POWER ELECTRONICS                                                                       

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.              Describe basic operation and compare performance of various power semiconductor devices, passive components and switching circuits

$12.              Analyse the operating principles and modulation strategies for single-phase and three phase diode rectifiers, thyristor-based converters, as well as, switch-mode DC/DC power electronic converters and DC/AC inverters.

$13.              Model and simulate the electrical, thermal and electromagnetic performance of power electronic systems using simulation tools.

$14.              Identify the critical areas in application levels and derive typical alternative solutions, select suitable power converters to control Electrical Motors and other industry grade apparatus

EEE 528: DATA COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKS                                 

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.        Describe network components and architectures

$12.        Explain the fundamental principles of computer communication at the physical layer, data link layer and network layer.

$13.        Describe some standardized and popular networks, including Ethernet and WiFi

$14.        Explain the principles of network programming

$15.        Design and implement client-server applications using socket programming

                

EEE 530: ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING                            

 

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.  Get hands on experience with Assembly Language Programming.

$12.  Study interfacing of peripheral devices with 8086 microprocessor.

$13.  Understand techniques for faster execution of instructions and improve speed of operation and performance of microprocessors.

$14.  Learn fundamentals of designing embedded systems

$15.  Write and debug programs in TASM/MASM/hardware kits

EEE 527: BROADCASTING AND INTERNET TECHNOLOGY                       

Course Learning Outcomes

  1. Understand the basics of broadcasting systems and role of regulators
  2. Design and configure CATV, MATV, etc broadcast systems
  3. Describe and differentiate working principles of digital TV technologies
  4. Understand the internet technology, including architecture, addressing and broadcasting

EEE 534: DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL AND ICT SERVICES

                                   

Course Learning Outcomes

$11.       Work independently and inter-dependently in coming up with electrical installation designs using modern tools

$12.       Understand and comply with published electrical codes and safety standards.

$13.       Select and order appropriate electrical parts (materials) based on blueprints and drawings.

$14.       Calculate electrical circuit loads and design/draw the electrical circuits.

$15.       Install electrical systems/equipment in new construction under supervision

 

EEE 529: MOBILE & PERSONAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS      

 

Course Learning Outcomes

  1. Discuss cellular radio concepts
  2. Identify various propagation effects
  3. Know mobile system specifications.
  4. Outline cellular mobile communication standards.
  5. Analyze various methodologies to improve the cellular capacity

 

 

EEE 521: INTRODUCTION TO MODERN CONTROL                        

 

Course Learning Outcomes

  1. Describe continuous-time systems in the discrete-time domain
  2. Design digital controller using a state space approach
  3. Use software tools to support the control design
  4. Design observers to support the control in a state space approach

 

EEE 533: MICROCOMPUTER HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE TECHNIQUES             

Course Learning Outcomes

  1. Describe the general architecture of a microcomputer system and architecture
  2. Understand the interfacing of memory
  3. Understand the architecture and operation of programmable interface devices
  4. Program microcontroller devices- including PIC, Arduino

EEE 535: POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING I   

 

Course Learning Outcomes                                       

$11.       Model transmission lines and generators

$12.       Solve load flow and short circuit calculations

$13.       Solve the problems related to the economic dispatch of power, plant scheduling, unit commitment

$14.       Understand automatic generation control and voltage regulation

$15.       Use software tools to model power system operation

 

EEE 536: POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING II 

Course Learning Outcomes                                       

$11.       Understand power stability problems and analyze dynamical systems

$12.       Understand the operation of various protective devices in power system

$13.       Outline factors affecting power system expansion planning, operation and management

$14.       Develop load forecasting models

 

EEE 537:   ELECTRICAL ENERGY CONVERSION AND STORAGE   

Course Learning Outcomes

  1. Assess the cost of generation for conventional and renewable energy plants
  2. Design wind and solar power systems
  3. Design charge controllers for efficient operation of storage systems
  4. Develop mathematical models of renewable energy sources
  5. Design an appropriate system for standalone and grid connected operation and apply energy storage devices

 

 

 

EEE 538: SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS                                                      

Course Learning Outcomes

$1·        

    1. Define orbital mechanics and launch methodologies
    2. Describe satellite subsystems
    3. Design link power budget for satellites
    4. Compare competitive satellite services
    5. Explain satellite access techniques

EEE 540: DIGITAL COMPUTER NETWORKS                                                   

Course Learning Outcomes

$1·        

    1. Design a small or medium sized computer network including media types, end devices, and interconnecting devices that meets a customer’s specific needs.
    2. Perform basic configurations on routers and Ethernet switches.
    3. Demonstrate knowledge of programming for network communications
    4. Learn to simulate computer networks and analyze the simulation results
    5. Troubleshoot connectivity problems in a host

 

EEE 542: SYSTEM DESIGN & VHDL PROGRAMMING

 

Course Learning Outcomes

  1. Develop an understanding to design Finite State Machines
  2. Design a digital system or component in order to meet a set of specification.
  3. Code combinational and sequential digital circuits using different styles of modeling of VHDL.
  4. Test the functionality of their design by writing Test Benches.
  5. Implementation of designed digital system into the FPGA

EEE 544:   SWITCHGEAR AND HIGH VOLTAGE ENGINEERING

 

Course Learning Outcomes

  1. Understand the basic theory of high-voltage engineering
  2. Explain the operating principles of high-voltage and large-power apparatuses or other electronic devices
  3. Understand measurement and evaluation methods for high voltage or large current,
  4. Compute the basic breakdown phenomena and analyze the transient circuit phenomena in high-voltage and large-power apparatuses using software tools

EEE 546: DIGITAL COMMUNICATION PRINCIPLES

 

Course Learning Outcomes

  1. Design digital communication systems (e.g., choose modulation scheme, coherent vs. non-coherent), given constraints on data rate, bandwidth, power, and bit error rate
  2. Analyze the performance of a digital communication link when additive noise is present in terms of the signal-to-noise ratio and bit-error-rate.
  3. Compute the power and bandwidth requirements of modern communication systems, including those employing Amplitude-Shift Keying (ASK), Phase-Shift Keying (PSK), Frequency-Shift Keying (FSK), and Quadrature-Amplitude Modulation (QAM) modulation formats;
  4. Determine the auto-correlation function of a line code and determine its power spectral density (PSD)

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