Wloka

Wloka

An obsolete Polish unit of area approximately equivalent to 18 hectares.
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[1.] Wloka, J., Pflaum, S., and Wachtmeister, G., "Potential and Challenges of a 3000 Bar Common-Rail Injection System Considering Engine Behavior and Emission Level," SAEInt.
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.
(16.) Janas, P., Wlokas, L, Bohm, B., and Kempf, A., "On the Evolution of the Flow Field in a Spark Ignition Engine," Flow Turbulence Combust, doi:10.1007/sl0494-016-9744-3.