Acis


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Acis

(ˈeɪsɪs)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth a Sicilian shepherd and the lover of the nymph Galatea. In jealousy, Polyphemus crushed him with a huge rock, and his blood was turned by Galatea into a river
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This covered pool will consist of 30-year fixed-rate loans with loan to value ratios between 60 and 97 percent, with a similar structure as our core ACIS offering.
What is needed is if a technology platform to easily aggregate content stored in multiple data silos and deliver a complete picture & insight that informs timely decisions," said Efrem Habteselassie, CEO at ACIS Consulting.
The one-eyed monster, Polyphemus, lusts after her and eventually kills Acis with a rock.
Much more than a standard climate database, this original version of ACIS linked historical and recent in situ daily climate data from a variety of networks to standardized analyses that parsed and/or summarized these data to meet specific user requests for climate information.
The Commission confirmed that it treats freelance ACIs over age 65 differently, justifying its practices by the need to recruit and train young interpreters.
The ability for computer-aided design (GAD), engineering (CAE) and manufacturing (CAM) applications to realize significant performance gains when faceting, sectioning, and performing most ACIS modeling operations which work on multiple independent parts.
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Moran has been appointed director of development for the Information Services Division, which includes the university libraries and AcIS.
We're pleased that Trace Parts has used our 3D ACIS Modeler and 3D InterOp Components to create such a comprehensive and innovative solution that aids users across almost every available CAD/CAM platform.
Unlike manual methods of viewing and analysis, the ACIS systems combines color-based imaging technology with automated microscopy and commercially available stains and reagents.
We selected ACIS as the foundation of ABAQUS/CAE because it is the most widely used 3D modeling kernel and offers us several key benefits not available with other modelers.