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Army Logistician

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Category : Logistics
Languages : en
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The official magazine of United States Army logistics.

Die Buchstabenrechnung

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Author: Ferdinand Rosenberger
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Category : Algebra
Languages : de
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Gesammelte Werke

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Author: Carl Gustav Jakob Jacobi
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Category : Mathematics
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Alog User S Manual

ALOG User s Manual PDF
Author: Matthew F. Winn
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Category : Quercus rubra
Languages : en
Pages : 13
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"Computer programs that simulate log sawing can be valuable training tools for sawyers, as well as a means of testing different sawing patterns. Most available simulation programs rely on diagrammed-log databases, which can be very costly and time consuming to develop. Artificial Log Generator (ALOG) is a user-friendly Microsoft® Excel®-based program that accurately generates random, artificial-log data. The program's design is based on information from an analysis of real red oak (Quercus rubra L.) logs, which ensures the validity of the data. Information about generated-log features includes length, small- and large end inside-bark diameters, amount of sweep or crook, and defects. External defect attributes include type, location, length, width, and height. Some internal defect information, including depth, volume, and angle, is also given for the most common defect types. The user can either specify the log's grade and its position in the tree, or have the program randomly draw features from known distributions. Finally, the program incorporates a grading algorithm to check the grade of the generated log. This user's guide provides all the information necessary to install and run ALOG, and to interpret program output."--Page [1].