For about ten years until about 2005 I used to attend all the Los Angeles opera productions. Placido Domingo was, and still is, in charge of the music. Occasionally he would sing in an opera—what a thrill to see and hear him live. I vaguely recall that in the program notes, there were news pieces […]
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Earlier this week, I had a conversation with engineering IT manager of a manufacturing company. Without mentioning names, we’ve been discussing how manufacturing companies are adopting technologies in general and PDM/PLM technologies specifically. According to him, software companies largely misunderstood the way manufacturing companies perceive technology adoption. The conclusion we made, was that manufacturing companies […]
This is the last post of series simulating dynamic tanks using EMSO simulator. The first one shows the direct implementation of the dynamic tanks case using the modeling language of EMSO that applies concepts of object-oriented languages (part 1). The second one used (part 2) resources of EMSO GUI to link models to figures and […]
According to the United Nations-Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) in the context of production, technology is a combination of four basic components that dynamically interact with each other in a process of transformation, where technology is used to transform inputs into outputs. The fourth component is technoware (facilities engineering) includes […]
Today I was criticized for failing to clearly set out the project objectives. Damn me, I know what we are setting out to do. “But the rest of us do not,” was the reply. And so I wrote out the project objectives in deliberate detail. And that set me writing the rest of this posting. […]
Shiga toxin is a dangerous by-product of certain infectious bacteria, such as strains of Shigella and E. coli, which causes symptoms ranging from intestinal pain to kidney failure and death. Over 150 million people are afflicted with Shiga toxicosis every year, mostly in developing countries where waterborne diseases are prevalent. It is estimated that Shiga […]