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In the economics and finance literature, the applications of technical analysis have long remained controversial. Technical analysis employs historical price information to predict future market activity; it includes techniques from simple visual pattern recognition, such as head-and-shoulders, to sophisticated neural networks. The ability of technical analysis in generating systematic trading profits has been subject to a high degree of scepticism by the implications of one important cornerstone in the field of financial economics, the efficient market and random walk hypotheses. Previous efforts have been made to investigate the performance of technical analysis, but conclusions differ1. Although the issue remains unsolved, it is undeniable that technical analysis has been widely adopted among institutional and individual traders (Frankel and Froot 1990; Taylor and Allen 1992). From our perspective, the popularity of technical analysis, regardless of its true profitability, will have an impact on markets. While much of the existing literature seeks to provide analytical solutions or empirical evidence concerning the validity of technical analysis as an investment tool, it is only until recent years that studies concerning its market impact have started to emerge. On the empirical side, the investigation on its market impact has been largely impeded by a lack of appropriate data, and perhaps more importantly, by the difficulty in correctly identifying the underlying attributes of market phenomena.
The Advanced Configuration Guide contains additional information for setting up the Autodesk Vault Server ® 2014. The topics in this guide relate to the Autodesk Vault Server and can be used for all versions of Vault 2014 unless otherwise noted in the instructions for each configuration. As these topics cover advanced ® configurations, some familiarity with IT procedures is assumed. For more information, refer to the Autodesk Vault Server Implementation and Managing Your Data guides. Installing Autodesk Vault Server 2014 For standard installation configurations, consult the Autodesk Vault Server 2014 Implementation guide. Customizing your Autodesk Vault Server 2014 installation To customize your installation perform the following: 1. From the Install > Configure Installation screen, select the down arrow “Easily manage, track, and organize your CAD data directly from your design application”. 2. Installation Type can be a Local Database, or a Remote Database. You may specify the SQL installation location if SQL has not been installed previously. If a Remote database will be used, enter these options. 4 Advanced Configuration Guide for Vault Server 2014 3. 4. Vault Server 2014 has the option to automatically configure IIS to a port other than the default HTTP port, 80. 5. 5 Optionally, you may set the SQL sa password during installation by checking the box next to Use my SQL credentials. **This will need to be entered if the AutodeskVault SQL instance was installed prior to the Autodesk Vault Server with a sa password other than the default AutodeskVault@26200. Additionally, you can specify the impersonation user account if desired. Click the up arrow at the top of the available options to return to the installation product list and proceed with the installation.
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3D PDF Plug-ins for Autodesk products These instructions are for users who have recently downloaded or purchased 3D PDF Plug-ins for Autodesk products. If you have not already downloaded 3D PDF Plug-ins for Autodesk products please visit our website at http://www.tetra4d.com/products/plugins/autodesk Running directly inside the Autodesk 2013 - 2014 software application, tetra4D’s plug-ins enable design creators to directly convert 2D and 3D CAD data into rich, interactive 3D PDFs for easier visualization, collaboration, and shared design reviews, with their extended teams. With the free Adobe® Reader everyone on the extended team can interact with 3D design data without putting source intellectual property files at risk or requiring data recipients to download proprietary viewer applications. With up to 97% smaller files than the original 3D model, teams can easily conduct design reviews electronically whether they work within media and entertainment or with architects, designers, sub-contractors, engineers, or visualization specialists. Copyright© 2013 tetra4D®, LLC. All Rights Reserved... Note: Autodesk applications need to be installed prior to installing the 3D PDF Plug-in. Existing customers may loginto their “My tetra4D Account” to download the latest version available: www.tetra4d.com/my-account. New customers can download from http://www.tetra4d.com/products/plugins/autodesk. The following steps are the same for all 3D PDF Plug-ins for Autodesk products from tetra4D. 1. Launch the appropriate 32 bit, or 64 bit tetra4D “3D PDF Plug-in” required for your system and the appropriate Autodesk application.
The National Bureau of Standards' was established by an act of Congress March 3, 190I. The Bureau's overall goal is to strengthen and advance the Nation's science and technology and facilitate their effective application for public benefit. To this end, the Bureau conducts research and provides: (I) a basis for the Nation's physical measurement system, (2) scientific and technological services for industry and government, (3) a technical basis for equity in trade, and (4) technical services to promote public safety. The Bureau's technical work is performed by the National Measurement Laboratory, the National Engineering Laboratory, and the Institute for Computer Sciences and Technology. THE NATIONAL MEASUREMENT LABORATORY provides the national system of physical and chemical and materials measurement; coordinates the system with measurement systems of other nations and furnishes essential services leading to accurate and uniform physical and chemical measurement throughout the Nation's scientific community, industry, and commerce; conducts materials research leading to improved methods of measurement, standards, and data on the properties of materials needed by industry, commerce, educational institutions, and Government; provides advisory and research services to other Government Agencies; develops, produces, and 'distributes Standard Reference Materials; and provides
Prepared for U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Policy Development and Research Washington, D.C. 20410 Instrument No. DU100K000005897 by NAHB Research Center Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 November 30, 1992 Acknowledgements This report was prepared by the NAHB Research Center under a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The Principal Investigator for this study was Phillip Davis. Internal technical review was provided by David Dacquisto and Mark Nowak. Contributing analysts were Mark Gibson and Tom Levin. We would like to gratefully acknowledge the care and diligence exercised by Dr. Carol Meeks who provided external review on the major studies, and to William Freeborne, government technical representative of HUD.
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... literature, patents, structures, sequences, properties, and other data. With STN, find precisely the patent and sci-tech information needed to make business-critic. (1) In 2MOBILITY a numeric search for a specific set of physical properties (/PHP) is available within the English full text fields (AB, BI, TI). The numeric values are not displayed as single fields, but highlighted within the hit displays. Use EXPAND/PHP to search for all available physical properties. A search with the respective field codes will be carried out in all database fields with English text. The /PHP index contains a complete list of codes and related text for all physical properties available for numeric search. See HELP NPS. (2) Searching with implied (S) proximity is available in this field. (3) Numeric search field that may be searched using numeric operators or ranges.
IPO does not attempt to answer the question above. IPO publishes patent owner lists as an information service for IPO members. This list of organizations that received the most U.S. utility patents is being published by IPO for the 30th consecutive year. It is based on data obtained from the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Patents granted to parent and subsidiary companies are combined in some instances. See the end notes for more information. IPO makes reasonable efforts to avoid errors, but cannot guarantee accuracy. June 19, 2013 2012 Patent Owners Numerical Listing Use care in interpreting the “percent change from 2011” column. The total number of patents granted by the USPTO in 2012 was 253,155, up 12.8 percent from 2011. The percent change for an individual organization could be affected by mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, inconsistent treatment of subsidiaries in 2011 and 2012, and many other factors.