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software program called AccuStudy can determine the efficiency of
manufacturing tasks while eliminating the use of handwritten notes
and calculations on the job. The program, developed by Advanced Time
Studies, Inc., automatically creates detailed reports and summaries
of efficiency results for such operations as floor layouts and material
handling in less time than traditional methods, allowing for greater
productivity and a smaller margin of error. AccuStudy eliminates hand
recording, and the output is translated into easy-to-read graphs and
worksheets. A specific task can be recorded, analyzed, and printed
instantly. The software employs simplistic and familiar production
icons and can be utilized by any handheld device that runs Windows
CE. It is available with regular updates and upgrades, as well as
24-hour technical support. For more information regarding AccuStudy,
visit the Advanced Time Studies' Web site at www.timestudies.com.
in a Book
for Electrical Engineering Analysis and Design V, is a compilation
of papers presented at the Fifth International Conference on Software
for Electrical Engineering Analysis & Design (ELECTROSOFT 2001)
held by the Wessex Institute in 2001. This book delves into the design,
construction, evaluation, and use of software for engineering design
and analysis of electrical and electromagnetic systems. An extensive
array of software is covered with an emphasis on numerical methods
and computational codes. Other major issues addressed in the book
include software packages, symbolic computation, optimization, and
image processing and interfaces. For further information or to request
a copy, visit the Web site at www.compmech.com.
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