OPLL: Ossification of the Posterior Longitudinal Ligament
Ossifi cation of the posterior longitudinal ligament (OPLL) is no longer only a Japanese
disease. In 2004, 18 papers on OPLL and related conditions were published, and 7 of
those were from countries other than Japan. Major textbooks on spine surgery, such
as The Spine, The Cervical Spine, and Spine Surgery, have devoted chapters to... Integrative Production Technology for High-Wage Countries
Industrial production in high-wage countries like Germany is still at risk. Yet, there are many counter-examples in which producing companies dominate their competitors by not only compensating for their specific disadvantages in terms of factor costs (e.g. wages, energy, duties and taxes) but rather by minimising waste using synchronising...
Synchronization of Parallel Programmes (Studies in computer science)
The use of modular and parallel programming languages, and the development of distributed architectures is having a profound influence on computer programming and systems design; hardware and performance can now conspire to produce much higher operating speeds than could previously be achieved through sequential processing. Executing...
Win32 API Programming with Visual Basic The Win32 API, or Application Programming Interface, is of immense use in extending the power of Visual Basic. The Win32 API is the collection of functions and subroutines that provides programmatic access to the features of the operating system. It allows Visual Basic programmers far greater access to the inner workings of the Windows operating... RFID in Manufacturing Information systems for manufacturing often follow a three-layer architecture based on an enterprise resource planning (ERP) layer (for order planning), a manufacturing execution system (MES) layer (for factory control), and a shop floor layer (for machine control). Future requirements on flexibility and adaptability require a much closer...
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