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(NASDAQ: CPWR) said it has completed an agreement for Marlin Equity Partners to acquire Compuware's Changepoint, Professional Services and Uniface business units.
"Compuware continues to invest in Uniface to ensure that it meets the requirements of a modern development environment; the company has an outstanding record for supporting its existing client base over a significant period," stated Philip Howard, Research Director, Bloor Research.
Most authors would agree with a general chronological schema for the Kimberley which saw the appearance of percussively flaked uniface and biface points in the mid Holocene, and the appearance of pressure flaked points, including Kimberley points, either in the early contact period (ie c.
Uniface points (Figure 3) have marginal or invasive flaking on the dorsal surface only.
An example of the same tool, known as a constricted uniface, also emerged last year at Pulltrouser Swamp, a Maya site 20 miles northwest of Colha.
(NASDAQ: CPWR) said it has signed an agreement for Marlin Equity Partners to acquire Compuware's Changepoint, Professional Services and Uniface business units.
The debitage collection was sorted into various flake types, including early reduction flakes, blades, uniface retouching flakes, and tula adze flakes.
This offering, which includes new products FILE-AID/Express, XPEDITER/DevEnterprise and the UNIFACE Legacy Renewal Suite, will support the complete legacy renewal process from data analysis and componentization of applications, to legacy extension and enterprise application integration (EAI), through to the addition of customer-facing web front ends.
Last week, GraphOn signed up Compuware Corp, the Farmington Hills, Michigan-based applications management and development tools company who will bundle WinBridge with its Uniface application development environment.
It also led to investigation of the possible Hoabinhian affinities of the uniface pebble tool industries of sites on the Macleay estuary, north coast New South Wales (1941, 1943).
Most notable is a series of large quartzite artifacts, which range from a barely retouched cobble to a biface and a well-made uniface (Fig.