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PV-WAVE Reference  
The PV-WAVE Reference is a three-volume set that describes PV-WAVE's functions and procedures, keywords, system variables, fonts, special characters, executive commands, and device drivers.
Submitted: Jan 05, 2000
PV-WAVE - Model-Based Science Approach  
No one completely understands how the human visual system processes information to produce visual perception. Scientists and engineers at KRUG Life Sciences of San Antonio, Texas, are trying to change this by working to understand the algorithms and mechanisms of visual processing.
Submitted: Jan 05, 2000
PV-WAVE Data Import/Export  
PV-WAVE's data import/export abilities.
Submitted: Jan 05, 2000
PV-WAVE/IMSL - Foreign Exchange Analysts Utilize  
GFTA (Gesellschaft Fuer Trendanalysen) is an independent supplier of decision support information to leading players in the ForEx market. Using Visual Numerics software to assist in its data-mining, GFTA distills information from gigabytes of historic data combined with live tick data to give treasuries and traders predictions on what is about to happen to exchange rates.
Submitted: Jan 05, 2000
PV-WAVE - Analyzes Railcar Metal Strength  
Test engineers in Pueblo, Colorado, use one of the world's largest hydraulic vibration platforms to help design safer trains. As the platform lifts and shakes prototype train cars -- some weighing several tons -- these engineers at the American Association of Railroads (AAR) Transportation Test Center study the metal strength of the passenger trains of tomorrow.
Submitted: Jan 05, 2000
PV-WAVE - Reed Tool Case Study  
PV-WAVE® Enables Reed Tool to transition data analysis from a minicomputer to a Microsoft® Windows network.
Submitted: Jan 05, 2000
PV-WAVE Net Possibilities  
Using PV-WAVE on the Internet or Intranets: The possibilities are endless. Below are just a few of the ideas with links to examples if they are available... The basic methods are: * Offline Picture Generation * Server Apps - Batch Mode * Server Apps - Interactive Mode * Client Plug-In * Client Helper App
Submitted: Jan 05, 2000
PV-WAVE - Educator Trains Petro Engineers  
Dr. Grader works in the mineral engineering department at the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences. He is one of seven faculty members who specialize in reservoir engineering and computer modeling.
Submitted: Jan 05, 2000
PV-WAVE - Ground Control Key to Any Satellite Mission  
The world's most advanced satellites, whether government or commercial, are only as good as the ground systems controlling them. Ground systems track and control the satellites, and process and analyze the information they gather. When it comes to developing and deploying satellite ground systems, Lanham, Maryland-based Integral Systems, Inc., [NASDAQ: ISYS] is a recognized leader, serving more than 50 satellite manufacturers and/or operators around the world.
Submitted: Jan 05, 2000
PV-WAVE - Litwin Process Automation Popularity  
Getting engineers to agree on the best software tools for process data analysis and display is difficult enough at small firms with centralized operations. At a large company, where process control teams are dispersed widely among various plants and divisions, it is nearly impossible. And yet, when six teams of engineers from a large chemical company in Louisiana met to analyze process data from several polyethylene plants, one tool emerged as the standard: PV-WAVE from Visual Numerics, Inc.
Submitted: Jan 05, 2000
PV-WAVE - University Analyzes Microscopic Images  
When Ph.D. students at the University of Basel in Switzerland wanted to create a complex visual data-analysis application that casual users could rely on for scanning probe microscopy data, they found a single solution that could complete the entire job: PV-WAVE from Visual Numerics, Inc.
Submitted: Jan 05, 2000
PV-WAVE - VEXCEL, Jet Propulsion Laboratory  
Peering at the images displayed on the computer screen, one gets the feeling that scientists who track ice flows for a living must have a love affair with jigsaw puzzles. Jagged hunks of ice of all sizes cram the image in chaotic array.
Submitted: Jan 05, 2000



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