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CA-Visual Objects

An object-oriented client/server development system formerly from CA Technologies that is used to develop Windows applications. It provides visual programming tools and a programming language that evolved from Clipper. Visual Objects supports ODBC and SQL databases and includes a compiler for generating Windows EXEs and DLLs. In 2002, CA turned the product over to private software distributor GrafX Software Development Tools, Inc. for support and future development. For more information, visit www.grafxsoft.com.
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Indeed, there are clear evidences that perception of visual objects that have the property of being reachable and graspable involved brain structures that are known to be part of the motor system (Jeannerod, 1997).
He was especially interested in using late medieval and early modern understandings of the nature of vision to explain why visual objects and the act of seeing itself were so problematic for the Reformers.
more abstract 'semantic' properties (over which early and late selectionists traditionally become so exercised) is somewhat easier to make for linguistic stimuli such as words (whose semantics are arbitrarily related to their appearance or sound) than for natural visual objects (whose 'semantics' may often relate to their visual appearance; see e.g.
Human figures remain the most fascinating of visual objects (and species).
To take this last point first, the Alexandrian authors of the [Greek text omitted] seem to have invented most of the images they were rhetoricalizing;(17) the shield of Achilles has a quantity of matter represented on it unlike any shield that existed in Homeric times or could ever exist; and even Alberti, whom we might appeal to as an example of the professional artist writing theory, devotes much of his descriptive power in De Pictura to visual objects he has never seen and only knows about from other people's verbal accounts.(18)
The FCCSET report includes the following "grand" challenges in its list: computing the way a fluid flows over a large, complicated surface in order to improve aircraft design or to build quieter submarines; designing new materials by starting with a list of desirable properties and the fundamental characteristics of electrons in matter; and recognizing spoken words or identifying visual objects quickly and accurately.
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Shakespeare's Pictures: Visual Objects in the Drama
From the assessment of one's capability of working with abstract visual objects to the measurement of practical verbal skills, this book includes 21 specific psychometric tests.
Researchers at New York University's Center for Neural Science studied a brain area called MT, which has a well-established role in processing information about moving visual objects.
But most artists aim to express mental content through visual objects: The process involves the use of raw materials to construct some entity that has never been seen before, even by the artist.