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isograph

[′ī·sə‚graph]
(electronics)
An electronic calculator that ascertains both real and imaginary roots for algebraic equations.
(graphic arts)
An instrument combining the functions of a protractor and a set square and comprising two short straightedges connected by a large circular joint with an angular-degree scale.
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Ivara EXP Availability Workbench Software to be Powered by Isograph
14 /PRNewswire/ -- Ivara Corporation, the industry leader and innovator in asset performance management solutions, today announced a strategic partnership with Isograph and with it the availability of a powerful new suite of software for optimizing customer maintenance programs and improving asset performance.
By combining Isograph availability and capacity modeling software with Ivara EXP Enterprise's strong capabilities in strategy development, condition monitoring and performance management capabilities companies can make better operational and maintenance decisions for a sustainable future," said Dr.
We are thrilled with the addition of Isograph Availability Workbench to Ivara EXP Enterprise; customers can use entire system performance simulations to further reduce the operational costs of their assets while minimizing safety and environmental risk.
Using a Rotring Isograph ink pen, Abu Shindi managed to create quite a hue of black and white imagery of some of Jordan's most unique if not long gone buildings, according to words scribed behind the card tableaux--some were based on the memorable insight and vision perception of the artist during 1949-1959 supported by his 1984 sketches.