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AutoCAD first shipped in 1982 as a software product for desktop use. AutoCAD was based on two studies commissioned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on industrial design and drafting. The research had identified a need for a graphics-based office workstation that could be used by non-drafting personnel.
AutoCAD was designed by a team of engineers, artists, and draftsmen with long term experience with drafting software and previous experience with drafting for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. In the late 1970s, the team of engineers and artists began developing a computer graphics system based on a microcomputer. The first versions of AutoCAD were released in 1981 as a product for desktop use.
As AutoCAD’s use was expanded beyond the design and drafting roles, a simple version of the program was released for non-professional use in 1983. This version was compatible with the EDM LaserWriter IPC from Engelhard Corporation. The installation program for the LaserWriter was created by Drexler/Zorn Associates Inc.
By 1984, the AutoCAD product line for drafting and design applications had been released. The product line expanded to include other types of CADD applications for engineering, science, architecture, and construction. This was followed in 1985 by AutoCAD Classic for professional users. Classic was designed for use with the Planar software from Siemens AG.
In 1986, AutoCAD continued to expand its product line, with additional versions of Classic, and the introduction of two new desktop CAD products – also from the Siemens group.
AutoCAD 2.0 was released in October 1986 as the first release in the new 2.0 series. This series of versions added many new features that were not found in AutoCAD Classic. The highlight of the new 2.0 series was support for the Microsoft Windows operating system, which allowed AutoCAD to reach new audiences.
AutoCAD 2.0 was the first release of the new 2.0 series with support for Microsoft Windows. AutoCAD 2.0 also introduced the concept of project files that were used to store data and configuration settings that could be reused. This concept was later used by AutoCAD for the 3D and DGN format files.
The next version, AutoCAD 2.5, was released in September 1988, and added many more features, including boundary handling
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Category:Windows-only softwareIn recent years, electronic devices have been used in a variety of fields and have been rapidly developing. At the same time, the security of information in such electronic devices has been strongly required and the demand for a data storing medium of storing information has been increased. As a result, non-volatile semiconductor memory devices capable of storing information even if the power supply is stopped have been widely used. The non-volatile semiconductor memory devices are divided into a floating gate type and a metal insulator semiconductor field effect transistor (MISFET) type, for example. The former requires a complicated process of forming a floating gate, and the latter involves difficulty in increasing the density of integration. Thus, the latter is now considered to be a mainstream of the non-volatile semiconductor memory devices.
Generally, such a non-volatile semiconductor memory device is of a NAND type. One example of the NAND type non-volatile semiconductor memory device will be explained with reference to FIGS. 4 to 6. FIG. 4 is a circuit diagram of the NAND type non-volatile semiconductor memory device. The NAND type non-volatile semiconductor memory device includes a memory cell array 1, a row decoder circuit 2, a column decoder circuit 3, a Y gate circuit 4, a Y gate line 5, a sense circuit 6, a word line driver circuit 7 and a control circuit 8. The row decoder circuit 2 includes a first row decoder 21, a second row decoder 22 and a column decoder 23. The first row decoder 21 is provided for selecting one of a plurality of word lines WL. The second row decoder 22 is provided for selecting one of a plurality of memory cell select lines MSL. The column decoder
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Theoretical study of correlation effects for Au(n) (n = 2-13) clusters and their reduction by Na(+).
The low-lying electronic states of Au(n) (n = 2-13) clusters have been investigated by ab initio random-phase-approximation (RPA) calculations. The effect of correlation is taken into account by using the dynamic random-phase-approximation (DRPA) approach, which is found to be very efficient for treating a large number of low-lying electronic states. The spectra of Au(n) (n = 2-13) clusters are computed and analyzed in detail. These theoretical results indicate that the low-energy spectra of Au(n) (n = 2-13) clusters are dominated by multiple states. The Au(n) (n = 4-9) clusters show the lowest-energy states, and their spectra are analyzed in detail. The adsorption energies of Au(n) (n = 3-13) clusters on a Na(+) surface are also calculated. Compared with the Au(n) (n = 3-9) clusters, the Au(n) (n = 4-13) clusters are much more stable. We find that the second and third lowest-energy states of Au(4) cluster play a key role in the interaction with Na(+), and are responsible for the main peak in the X-ray absorption spectrum of Au(4) cluster on the surface of Na(+).Woburn has been nominated to host the ASEAN-Europe meeting, the body which brings together more than 10,000 officials, experts and business leaders from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and the European Union.
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Using Markup Assist, you can quickly create and add comments, labels, text notes, axis notations, etc. to drawings in both DWF and DXF formats. Markup Assist is useful for adding comments, placing diagrams, or annotating designs for guidance.
Markup Assist is available in two modes:
You can select a drawing in the Drafting Pane and add markup to a specific drawing element such as part or dimension. Alternatively, you can create a new drawing and select all of the drawings in the specified library.
You can create an entire drawing and add comments and annotations to help guide users.
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You can easily create 2D and 3D annotations. Annotating your designs not only is helpful for users to better understand the overall structure of your drawings, but it helps you in understanding your drawing better as well.
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Your designs may contain components such as frames, panels, 3D models, 2D symbols, and more. The components may be dynamic and move in 3D.
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