" ... At the heart of the 'Crop Protection Handbook' is the Crop Protection Dictionary, the industry standard for technical crop protection product information which includes technical, registration, supplier, and environmental/safety data ...
The book covers techniques and solutions all VFX artists/producers/supervisors need to know, from breaking down a script and initial bidding, to digital character creation and compositing of both live-action and CG elements.
Author: Susan Zwerman
Publisher: CRC Press
Wisdom from the best and the brightest in the industry, this visual effects bible belongs on the shelf of anyone working in or aspiring to work in VFX. The book covers techniques and solutions all VFX artists/producers/supervisors need to know, from breaking down a script and initial bidding, to digital character creation and compositing of both live-action and CG elements. In-depth lessons on stereoscopic moviemaking, color management and digital intermediates are included, as well as chapters on interactive games and full animation authored by artists from EA and Dreamworks respectively. From predproduction to acquisition to postproduction, every aspect of the VFX production workflow is given prominent coverage. VFX legends such as John Knoll, Mike Fink, and John Erland provide you with invaluable insight and lessons from the set, equipping you with everything you need to know about the entire visual effects workflow. Simply a must-have book for anyone working in or wanting to work in the VFX industry.
This book, written for people who build, use, or review data models, contains the Data Model Scorecard template and an explanation along with many examples of each of the ten Scorecard categories.
Author: Steve Hoberman
Publisher: Technics Publications
Data models are the main medium used to communicate data requirements from business to IT, and within IT from analysts, modelers, and architects, to database designers and developers. Therefore it’s essential to get the data model right. But how do you determine right? That’s where the Data Model Scorecard® comes in. The Data Model Scorecard is a data model quality scoring tool containing ten categories aimed at improving the quality of your organization’s data models. Many of my consulting assignments are dedicated to applying the Data Model Scorecard to my client’s data models – I will show you how to apply the Scorecard in this book. This book, written for people who build, use, or review data models, contains the Data Model Scorecard template and an explanation along with many examples of each of the ten Scorecard categories. There are three sections: In Section I, Data Modeling and the Need for Validation, receive a short data modeling primer in Chapter 1, understand why it is important to get the data model right in Chapter 2, and learn about the Data Model Scorecard in Chapter 3. In Section II, Data Model Scorecard Categories, we will explain each of the ten categories of the Data Model Scorecard. There are ten chapters in this section, each chapter dedicated to a specific Scorecard category: · Chapter 4: Correctness · Chapter 5: Completeness · Chapter 6: Scheme · Chapter 7: Structure · Chapter 8: Abstraction · Chapter 9: Standards · Chapter 10: Readability · Chapter 11: Definitions · Chapter 12: Consistency · Chapter 13: Data In Section III, Validating Data Models, we will prepare for the model review (Chapter 14), cover tips to help during the model review (Chapter 15), and then review a data model based upon an actual project (Chapter 16).
The 28th edition of the Manual of Standard Practice contains information on recommended industry practices for estimating, detailing, fabricating, and placing reinforcing steel for reinforced concrete construction.
The 28th edition of the Manual of Standard Practice contains information on recommended industry practices for estimating, detailing, fabricating, and placing reinforcing steel for reinforced concrete construction. Includes suggested specifications for reinforcing steel. Chapter 3 on bar supports is commonly referenced in project specifications. New material includes a list of specific information on structural drawings that is required by the ACI 318 Building Code and updated illustrations of the markings on Grade 60 and Grade 75 reinforcing bars. Every design firm, construction company and inspection office that is involved with reinforced concrete needs to own a copy.
Contains the Industry Standard for the construction and erection of bridge beams developed by Foundations for Safety, which brings together the Victorian construction industry's employer bodies, unions and State Government regulatory ...
Author: https://www.chinesestandard.netPublish On: 2021-01-24
This standard specifies the structure, size, product model and marking, technical conditions, load-bearing requirements, inspection rules and packaging, marking, storage and transportation of glass fiber reinforced thermosetting resin ...
Category: Technology & Engineering
This Standard specifies the terms and definitions, product marks, general requirements, technical requirements, test methods, and inspection rules of antibacterial ceramic. This Standard applies to the inspection and determination of the antiseptic function of the ceramic tiles for building and sanitary ceramics with the antibacterial function. Other ceramics can use this Standard for reference.
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Author: United States. Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission