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Amazing amount of cash they manage and make. This application doesn't stand by what Newport is or does it. It's garbage don't know how they pay somebody for this [email protected] they should ask for a refund. Serve better be globe class. Please don't give me pity response i won't respond you and i don't wish to contact you. And yes this looks like a regular mobile www service it doesn't even look any different.
Until a week ago, this was a amazing app. I could check and alter my account. In the latest 2 days it has been impossible to login. After entering in my login info, I'm sent a verification text. I'm unable to begin my text messenger to obtain the verification pin and return to this application to enter it. The application crashes when I return and requires a phone reboot to obtain back into. Please fix!
I have had this application since day 1 and nearly every time I test to use it, something doesn't work. Whether it's viewing the performance charts or other charts. They work once in a while. Application is horrible. They're are plenty of developers out there looking for work please hire one. Update: now I've had to uninstall and reinstall every time I test to use it.
Would like to rate higher, but currently unable to change my contribution rate on the mobile app. I can create it to step 2 of 3, but then it freezes up when I hit continue. I've had related issues on the actual www service as well. Please fix!! This could be an extremely useful application with some fixes
Worthless as of now. I logged in successfully and was prompted to add extra security questions and answers. Then I was logged out. I can't log back in successfully now. I have the same username and password that works on the website! PS - I shouldn't have to log on every time! Save credentials or incorporate fingerprint sign in.
I can login and see performance, but this application is still beautiful limited. I can't change my elections or contributions and I need to login again if I switch to another application then switch back to it, which is really annoying. No option to save my login info and implement a passcode like mint, et. al
I still think it's fine only having www service access for Verisight, but because what I thought was a poorly executed application ended up being a bug, and because that bug was quickly fixed by the developer vastly improving the app, I changed my original 2 stars to 4 stars. It's a smooth application and I'm glad it was able to be fixed.
be forewarned that this very concise book is not an simple read, except for someone with a very solid background in abstract and advanced linear algebra. It deserves 5 stars for the lucidity of the mathematical presentation, but I deducted 1 star as a heads up because despite its claim to be aimed at advanced undergraduates / beginning graduates in math *or* physics, I think the book would be tough going for a lot of readers who fit that description. As a math-degree-less autodidact, I found the book very challenging in places. To be fair, I found Chapter 2, Representations of Finite Groups, the most difficult chapter, and this no doubt colourful my perception of the book as a whole. So if you can power through that chapter, you might well search the rest fairly smooth major plus is that there are a huge number of issues and complete solutions (pp 129 - 183).For me, the most outstanding feature -- and the reason I read the book - is that it explains in very clear, mathematically rigorous terms the primary group-theoretic math behind the standard model of elementary particle physics. If you create it through to the end, then you'll come to understand in a mere 100 pages, what, mathematically speaking, the Eightfold Method and quarks really are! This is quite an accomplishment. I have not found any other introductory book that does this except Frankel's The Geometry of Physics: An Introduction, Second Edition, which, although a superb book for self-study, is a very long read. There are also a number of well-written books aimed at physicists like Sternberg's Group Theory and Physics or Ramond's Group Theory: A Physicist's Survey that deal with the subject in some detail and are well worth studying, but no introductory book on the standard model I've consulted, e.g., Griffiths' Introduction to Elementary Particles, even attempts to address the issue. (If you know of one that does, please leave me a comment informing me.)In sum, this is a very clear but ultra-concise exposition of the essential mathematics required to understand mathematically what those diagrams of representations of groups you see in physics books on the standard model really mean. But if you're not 100% comfortable with very condensed mathematical presentations, this book is probably not the right first book._________________P.S. If you'd like a succinct but clear introduction to the more primary mathematics used in this text or e.g. in Robinson's exceptionally well written but more informal Symmetry and the Standard Model: Mathematics and Particle Physics, check out Tapp's Matrix Groups for Undergraduates (Student Mathematical Library,) or Stillwell's Naive Lie Theory (Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics).