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Author: Ch Gouirou, Jean-Pierre de Beaumarchais, Daniel Couty
Author: Lynn Allen, Scott Onstott
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Build Your Skills with Hundreds of Helpful Ideas from Two AutoCAD Superstars Two AutoCAD experts distill years of combined experience into hundreds of the most useful AutoCAD tips and techniques you'll ever find. Fun, easy to read, and packed with information, this beautiful guide equips you with inside tricks on critical AutoCAD features and functions--all in fast, easy-to-digest nuggets. Discover keyboard shortcuts and little-known system variables or punch up your style with expert tips on visualizing, publishing, and 3D modeling. No matter what your experience level, you're sure to increase productivity and master professional-level techniques with this lively, practical book. * Tweak Windows(r) and AutoCAD to get the UI you want * Handle layers and select objects like a pro * Create dimensions, hatch patterns, and text correctly the first time * Comprehend the complexities of Sheet Sets and Paperspace * Unleash the power of dynamic blocks * Get visualization tips from the experts * Plot or publish in the background while you keep drawing * Take control of AutoCAD with customization techniques * Master the friendly new world of 3D in AutoCAD 2007
AutoCAD LT Fundamentals
Author: Ted Saufley, Paul B. Schreiner
Publisher: Goodheart-Willcox Pub
AutoCAD LT Fundamentals: Drafting and Design Applications provides complete instruction in mastering AutoCAD LT commands and drawing techniques. All AutoCAD LT commands, menus, buttons, options, and techniques presented in this text are covered in an easy-to-understand format. This format allows you to become comfortable with AutoCAD LT as your knowledge builds from one chapter to the next. You progress from the most basic drawing commands to the more advanced editing and dimensioning functions.
This Dictionary covers information and communication technology (ICT), including hardware and software; information networks, including the Internet and the World Wide Web; automatic control; and ICT-related computer-aided fields. The Dictionary also lists abbreviated names of relevant organizations, conferences, symposia and workshops. This reference is important for all practitioners and users in the areas mentioned above, and those who consult or write technical material. This Second Edition contains 10,000 new entries, for a total of 33,000.
Design has now become an important research topic in engineering and architecture. Design is one of the keystones to economic competitiveness and the fundamental precursor to manufacturing. The development of computational models founded on the artificial intelligence paradigm has provided an impetus for current design research. This volume contains contributions from the Second International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Design held in June 1992 in Pittsburgh. They represent the state-of-the-art and the cutting edge of research and development in this field. They are of particular interest to researchers, developers and users of computer systems in design. This volume demonstrates both the breadth and depth of artificial intelligence in design and points the way forward for our understanding of design as a process and for the development of computer-based tools to aiddesigners.
AutoCAD 2004 VBA
Author: Joe Sutphin
* Major update of Sutphin’s successful AutoCAD 2000 Programmer’s Reference. * Introduction to Visual Basic allows use by experienced AutoCAD developers who are new to programming. * Comprehensive coverage of the AutoCAD object model. * New coverage of AutoCAD 2000 features including file and security programming, customizing the IDE and accessing the Win32 API.
Just Enough AutoCAD 2006
Author: George Omura
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Your Guide to Essential AutoCAD Techniques Award-winning and best-selling AutoCAD author George Omura has developed this practical reference to help you learn AutoCAD basics easily and efficiently. His straightforward explanations and realistic exercises focus squarely on accomplishing vital tasks. Whether you're completely new to AutoCAD or you're looking for a quick refresher to perform a particular task, Just Enough AutoCAD 2006 provides the authoritative instruction you need. You'll become familiar with the drafting tools of AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT and learn how to: Draw accurately and quickly Effectively edit AutoCAD drawings Create 3D models Get organized with layers, blocks, groups, and external references Efficiently add and edit notes and dimensions Find areas and distances quickly Extract hidden data Set up AutoCAD to work with your printer
Cellular telephones, satellite communications and radar systems are adding to the increasing demand for radio frequency circuit design principles. At the same time, several generations of digitally-oriented graduates are missing the essential RF skills. This book contains a wealth of valuable design information difficult to find elsewhere. It's a complete 'tool kit' for successful RF circuit design. Written by experienced RF design engineers from Motorola's semiconductors product section. Book covers design examples of circuits (e.g. amplifiers; oscillators; switches; pulsed power; modular systems; wiring state-of-the-art devices; design techniques).
Although interest in Spatial Decision Support Systems (SDSS) continues to grow rapidly in a wide range of disciplines, students, planners, managers, and the research community have lacked a book that covers the fundamentals of SDSS along with the advanced design concepts required for building SDSS. Filling this need, Spatial Decision Support Systems: Principles and Practices provides a comprehensive examination of the various aspects of SDSS evolution, components, architecture, and implementation. It integrates research from a variety of disciplines, including the geosciences, to supply a complete overview of SDSS technologies and their application from an interdisciplinary perspective. This groundbreaking reference provides thorough coverage of the roots of SDSS. It explains the core principles of SDSS, how to use them in various decision making contexts, and how to design and develop them using readily available enabling technologies and commercial tools. The book consists of four major parts, each addressing different topic areas in SDSS: Presents an introduction to SDSS and the evolution of SDSS Covers the essential and optional components of SDSS Focuses on the design and implementation of SDSS Reviews SDSS applications from various domains and disciplines—investigating current challenges and future directions The text includes numerous detailed case studies, example applications, and methods for tailoring SDSS to your work environment. It also integrates sample code segments throughout. Addressing the technical and organizational challenges that affect the success or failure of SDSS, the book concludes by considering future directions of this rapidly emerging field of study.
Proceedings of the Third IDMME Conference held in Montreal, Canada, May 2000