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PHOCUS

An object-oriented Prolog-like language.

["PHOCUS: Production Rules, Horn Clauses, Objects and Contexts in a Unification Based System", D. Chan et al, Actes du Sem Prog et Logique, Tregastel (May 1987), pp. 77-108].
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1003-1007) But of the daughters of Nereus, the Old man of the Sea, Psamathe the fair goddess, was loved by Aeacus through golden Aphrodite and bare Phocus. And the silver-shod goddess Thetis was subject to Peleus and brought forth lion-hearted Achilles, the destroyer of men.
Phocus sparkling waters border on being energy drinks with 75 mg of natural caffeine from green tea in each can.
The captured images are then merged in Phocus, Hasselblad's dedicated desktop software solution, to produce a single finished file with staggering amounts of detail and colour information.
In addition, Phase III clinical trial for advanced liver cancer using its oncolytic immunotherapy called Pexa-Vec (formerly JX-594), the PHOCUS study, has been approved (Approval No.
Kruck, "Photogrammetric mapping of SPOT images with BINGO in the PHOCUS system," International Achieves of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (Commission III), vol.
What Hasselblad brings to the table are higher dynamic range, a larger sensor capable of shooting higher resolution photographs, faster processing times and the goodness of Phocus to process RAW stills.
The eCone is the ideal complement to the Trimble Phocus Array Access Point, a configurable industrial-grade wireless access point with a smart antenna that optimizes wireless coverage in harsh environments.
IN TUNE Richard Bruton, Damien Cashin, Seamus Cashin and Enda Kenny at Cashin Print in Castlebar, Co Mayo, yesterday PICTURE: PHOCUS
Crew attached the lenses using a case made by Smart Phocus, crucial since the iPhone camera has a fixed aperture.
In 2012, hotel bookings from the GCC region totalled $1.6 billion, 10 per cent of which were made online according to PhoCus Wright's Middle Eastern Online Travel Overview.
According to research conducted by travel market research company, PhoCus Wright, gross bookings made in the Middle East online travel sector, both through direct channels and online travel agencies, grew by 18% in 2012 to reach US$10.5 billion.
According to research conducted by global travel market research company PhoCus Wright, gross bookings made in the region's online travel sector, both through direct channels and online travel agencies, grew by 18 per cent in 2012 to reach $10.5 billion.