product model

product model

[′prä·dəkt ‚mäd·əl]
(statistics)
A model for independent repetition of an experiment, or independent performance of several experiments, obtained by taking the cartesian product of the probability spaces representing the experiments.
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The addition of the visual information to the development of DITA standard document authoring processes is expected to improve the document authoring process, speed time to document publishing and ensure accuracy by using the actual product model information directly from engineering.
Then the software automatically finds the split line of the product model and creates split and run-off surfaces.
the creator of the software, design specialists anywhere in the world can now contribute their expertise to the same digital product model at the same time, merging changes and exchanging ideas over the Internet.
The new 3D-Powered Storefronts eliminate the need for searching through hundreds of catalogues and guessing what parts will look like once they are placed in a completed product model.
Technical experts from the United States and Europe met at NIST in August 2000 to review the latest draft of Standard for the Exchange of Product model data (STEP) Part 28, the XML (Extensible Markup Language) Representation of EXPRESS Schemas and Data.
The NetReady product model called Cluster Manager is at the top of the line: it's specified to support two or more libraries and up to 200 users with 100GB of HDD capacity and 128MB of onboard RAM to cache files from those libraries' media.
The ISO Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data (STEP) grew up from the need to represent digital product information for design and manufacturing.
in designing BIM content and developing a building product model publishing strategy.
STEP (also known as ISO 10303), the global Standard for the Exchange of Product model data, got another rousing endorsement from an industry leader when it initiated full production use of the standard for technical data exchange with its suppliers.
Via DS' integration of CATIA Systems and Modelica based Dymola technologies, DS' strategy, with its partners, is to help companies switch from a proprietary simulation-centric approach to a full virtual product model.
Each Supermicro Product Model has a recommended memory listing with the modules that have passed on the specific SKU.
Customers can benefit from increased maximum product model size, high levels of possible product model detail and application performance, and access to AMD's innovative processor technologies.

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