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ecad

[′ē‚kad]
(ecology)
A type of plant which is altered by its habitat and possesses nonheritable characteristics.
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ECAD and MCAD are no longer separate islands where product design can be performed in a vacuum and then data passed over the wall.
Collaboration between ECAD and MCAD has existed as long a product design has; it originated as paper being passed back and forth.
Sherlock is a turnkey solution that imports from ECAD and leverages embedded part libraries that allow engineers to rapidly build and analyze 3D models of electronic assemblies.
Version 2019.0 of its top-of-the-line CR-8000 ECAD features improved schematic design usability, including the availability of constraint settings.
So far, the Comelec Electoral Contests Adjudication Department (ECAD) has not received a single electoral protest.
Coinsquare has launched eCAD, the first stablecoin pegged to the Canadian dollar.
A preliminary conference has been set on Friday, April 26, at the Comelec's Election Contest of the Adjudication Department (ECAD) in Manila.
One result of the Siemen's Mentor acquisition in 2017 is having mechanical CAD (MCAD) and electrical CAD (ECAD) tightly connected in Solid Edge.
Since 2009, Nine Dot connects has built a reputation for its knowledge in the field of electronics through its ECAD tool and process trainings, layout and component library services, circuit design and simulation consulting and monthly PCB-related webinars.
Currently, there are few reports in the literature regarding the role of cell adhesion proteins, such as E-cadherin (ECAD), and neural cell adhesion molecule (NCAM) in pituitary adenomas, as well as of SLUG, which is an important transcriptional regulator of ECAD.