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Creating 3D mappings is seen as a crucial but costly aspect of creating a computer game or training simulator, particularly as demand for ever-greater levels of realism increase.
It turns out that looking up a process name with the GetProcessById call can take quite a few milliseconds, and Process ID to Name mappings are fairly stable, so Fiddler maintains a cache of these mappings for 30 seconds.
Site Home EricLaw [MSFT] 2011
Whether to apply multiple file name mappings of one and the same file name mapper for a given source file.
Dashboard RSS Feed René Krell 2010
The hosts file contains some comments (lines starting with the # symbol), as well as some default hostname mappings (e.g. 127.0.0.1 - localhost).
Decoding the Web 2009
Supports both direct tag mappings (shapefile-attr - > OSM-attr) as well as custom functions to add more tags based on multiple attributes of a feature.
Planet Geospatial 2009
The map file that Dotfuscator produces is an XML-formatted file, and in addition to the already mentioned name mappings, it contains some statistics that give a sense of how effective the renaming process was.
Edit the web. config in the root of the application to include tag mappings to the MVC Futures namespace.
ASP.NET Weblogs 2009
I arrived in the district with a list of questions designed to elicit women's own "mappings" of their past: questions about where they had lived and with whom, about the geography of friendship and travel, about paths traversed in the pursuit of work or in flight from threats to their welfare or their lives.
Then it processes the data according to selectable reprogrammable "mappings".
The Component Library includes over 80 out-of-the-box components and connectors, providing basic functions such as mappings, transformations, and lookups; specialized functions such as data filtering, data multiplexing, or ELT; and support for all major RDBMS, file formats, LDAP directories, etc.