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someone who can find paths through unexplored territory

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One of the stars of the clean-and-mean category is Renault, who alongside their electric pathfinding, have been steadily developing diesel technology.
and pathfinding division echoed Bell, adding: "As consumerisation continues to
As IT consumerization continues to take hold in the corporate world, the number and types of devices IT is being asked to provide and support is exploding," said Dave Buchholz, principal engineer, Client Research & Pathfinding, Intel IT.
Pathfinding (offered 1911 to 1952) - Learn every lane, bypath and shortcut for a distance of at least two miles in every direction in a rural area or have general knowledge of transportation within a three-mile radius in a city; be able to give directions to the five nearest towns; know and map nearby stores, emergency facilities, public buildings, schools and churches; study local city or community history.
It can operate either autonomously or travel via a 'follow-me' method by virtue of which a dismounted soldier or a vehicle ahead of it performs a pathfinding function.
We still have all those good things, of course, but thanks to pathfinding restaurateurs like the Klaubers we also can boast a restaurant scene that is the envy of many a larger city.
With this middleware, developers can conveniently breathe life into games with characters that have spatial awareness, dynamic 3D pathfinding capabilities and team coordination.
At Stanford University's School of Education, a place that prides itself on pathfinding research, Deborah Stipek notes in her "Message from the Dean" on the school's website that the school is "committed to developing new knowledge that can be used to improve education, and to make education more equitable in the U.
Lebanon has been pathfinding for Arab peoples for two years.
In an apparent reference to the potential medal haul for team Great Britain, Mr Brown said: "Let me conclude this useful, important and, in one way, pathfinding debate with a quote from the pop group Led Zeppelin: 'Many dreams come true and some have silver linings I live
Mark, an ex-fireman who now lives in Keswick, Cumbria, is being hired for the North Pole phase of the journey for the navigational and pathfinding expertise he has acquired on numerous Arctic expeditions in recent years.
In this instructional guide, he takes readers through the building of a simple example RTS computer game from the ground up in order to introduce the components of the process, including defining the rules and restrictions, terrain generation, skinned meshes, pathfinding, creating three-dimensional models, visual effects, sounds, networking, and more.
In 1959, for example, I detected a growing interest in black history and authorized a pathfinding black history series.