Wloka

Wloka

An obsolete Polish unit of area approximately equivalent to 18 hectares.
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See also two decisions that turned on procedural issues but appear to equate notice with fraud: Konsap v Grattan, 2003 BCSC 1880, (16) RPR (4th) 238; Deschamps v Wloka, 2006 BCSC 261, [2006] BCJ no 332 (QL).
Miami, FL, October 13, 2012 --(PR.com)-- An innovative new product intended to solve a common problem related to cold climates, the Winter Buddy, has been developed by Robert Wloka of Bristol, Pennsylvania.
Wloka now seeks a third party licensee to manufacture, market, and distribute the product for him under a royalty agreement.
Como ressalta Wloka (1995), a interacao homemcomputador sera tao mais eficiente quanto menor for o tempo de resposta a solicitacao feita.
Imediatismo representa a rapidez de obter a informacao solicitada (WLOKA, 1995), ou seja, quanto tempo demora em receber a informacao solicitada apos clicar em alguma escolha, e contingente implica (HEETER, 1995) a natureza, ou facilidade, em usar o sistema, isto e, localizar e saber como navegar pelo site em que o usuario se encontra.
Wloka, Partial Differential Equations, Cambridge University Press, 1987.
Time delays exist between movements made by the user (which are tracked by a position-sensing device) and the response of the virtual interface system to those movements (Durlach & Mayor, 1995; Wloka, 1995).
For example, Wloka [12] constructed a system capable of resolving occlusion between virtual and real-world objects using a (video) see-through head-mounted display and depth inferred from stereo images.
(More detailed discussions of the elements of SR can be found in Mine, 1995; Watson, 1997; and Wloka, 1995.)
According to both Wloka (1995) and Ware and Balakrishnan (1994), these levels are typical of current VEs.