CGI


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CGI

(computer science)

CGI

(World-Wide Web)

CGI

(graphics)

CGI

(company)
A French software engineering vendor in the US.

CGI

(company)

CGI

(1) See computer-generated imagery.

(2) (Common Gateway Interface) See CGI script.

(3) (Computer Graphics Interface) A device independent graphics language for display and printing that stemmed from the graphical kernel system (see GKS).
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Lamb and Cincinnati Machine were recently joined to form UNOVA Industrial Automation Systems, and Cincinnati has introduced a new line of powerful, super-rigid CNC machining centers that are ideal for CGI applications using Lamb's rotary tools.
When CGI applied internal gas molding at three positions in the tool, the part showed a bow of just 0.2 mm, well within the part's design specification.
CGI's flexibility is unparalleled in the marketplace today.
A CGI script can be as simple or as complex as the task it is requested to do.
In controlled studies, CGI teachers taught problem solving significantly more, and number facts significantly less, than control teachers.
Paragon adds more than 300 professionals to CGI in the US, which now represents more than 12,000 of the company's 71,000 professionals.
Founded in 1976, CGI is one of the largest independent information technology and business process services firms in the world.
For one thing, the machine tool power requirements for CGI are higher--on the order of from 10 to 30%.
Bertil Hagman, SinterCast president and CEO, says: "Following our machining research in conjunction with OEMs, foundries, machine tool suppliers and research institutes over the past five years, we are rewarded by the industry confidence in CGI volume machining.
"Within the past 10 years this (CGI animation) has become a new industry," says series co-producer Dominique Mendel speaking from her office in Montreal.
CGI also provides e-commerce capabilities with the same level of sophistication.