It describes the advantages of multiple groups working on code
to provide more innovation and faster debugging cycles, discussed primarily in terms of the Linux operating system.
A pair of French engineers--outsiders to the world of coding theory--astonished the insiders with their invention of what they called turbo codes
, which come within a hair's breadth of Shannon's limit.
To incorporate direct-part marking into the production line, a metalcasting facility will need the serialized stencils, which can either be purchased or made in-house with a stenciling machine, a hot-melt glue gun (hand-held or robotized), a zebra printer to print the outside paper labels, a network server for data collection, and a scanner or imager to read the data codes
- the "verbal conduct" restrictions in colleges' "harassment" policies - have been pervasive on our campuses.
Assume a corporation operating 20 retail grocery stores (SIC Code
5411) operates its own bakery (SIC Code
Software for printing bar codes
can be rudimentary or sophisticated.
Learn the few codes
most commonly used in your specialty and place them in operative notes.
The Commission's vote was unanimous and CPVC will be placed in the 2007 California Plumbing Code
On the other hand, the gene isn't a suitable bar code
for plants or bacteria.
It is a sensible plan to stall the onslaught of new area codes
for left and fight heart catheterizations, dye injection, etc.
are a valuable marketing tool for foundries, since their careful use can dramatically reduce the cost of direct mail promotion and allow you to more accurately identify prime prospects.