GM’s Closed Loop Set The Standards For The Industry

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At the General Motors Power Train division, five casting plants pour a total of 26,000 blocks, 26,000 transmission cases, and 40,000 heads each day. The parts aren’t all the same. To make them quickly and accurately requires the most agile …

 

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Rover’s Custom Order Process Revolutionized Car Manufacturing

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It’s not the three-day car, but it’s pretty damn close.

While U.S. and Japanese auto manufacturers struggle to achieve that perennial benchmark of agility, a small, U.K.-based car manufacturer is driving off with the goods–the promise of delivering a custom-order …

 

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Open Source Tools Built The Web

Ironically, while open source is often associated with the Internet, many Web development managers remain uncertain about whether open source software can become a viable source for the tools they need to deliver their e-commerce projects on time.

However, open

 

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Working With The Guts Of PostScript

Lots of people fly in airplanes, but few understand how aviation works. That’s why many of us cling to erroneous ideas about flying, believing that air turbulence is dangerous, say, and can even cause an airplane to fall out of …

 

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Encoding The Tough Stuff

It turned out that this was the first subscriber whose name contained a character not representable in 7-bit ASCII. The character is one that I can type in my emacs text editor (using its insert-ascii function) as the integer 232

 

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Ada – Portrait Of A Classic

Green Hills Ada programming tools are involved in projects to build the future U.S. Joint Strike Fighter, as well as programs to upgrade the B-1B strategic bomber, B-52 bomber, AV-8B Harrier jump jet, and C-17 airlifter, Carbone says.

 

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