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Chi

A unit of length in China approximately equivalent to 33.33 centimeters. It is sometimes called a Chinese foot.
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computer-aided process planning (CAPP) and configuration management); heavy-duty infrastructure stuff (database management systems (DBMS) and data communications); and plenty of behind-the-scenes infrastructure utilities, such as web-based user interfaces and application programming interfaces (API).
Given the choice between building a conventional user interface and a bleeding-edge graphical sensory assault, the programmer will usually choose the latter.
Behind the user interface for a SimVentive scenario lies the simulation world, which is made up of entities that represent all of the things being simulated, and their behaviors.
Amulet Technologies is a fabless semiconductor company focusing on chips and firmware that drive Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) user interfaces.
The XLi/XLi SAASM Time and Frequency System is now shipping with the new HTML user interface.
Founded in 1994, PixelMEDIA offers solutions including branding and transactional websites, application and portal design and development, user interface design, multimedia design, hosting, and website management.
Headquartered in Los Angeles with offices in New York, the firm provides user interface, design and technology solutions for the Web, advanced devices and television.
Software tools that make user interface design and customisation simpler for both the device maker and operator are becoming increasingly important for many parties in the mobile device making chain.
OpenVG a Catalyst for Widespread Adoption of 2D Vector Graphics Hardware for Mobile; Stimulates Development of Advanced High Quality 2D Applications and User Interfaces
Windows Presentation Foundation, slated to roll out in late 2006, unifies how Windows Vista will create, display and manipulate documents, media and the user interface.