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DIN 2137-12 - TEXT AND OFFICE SYSTEMS - KEYBOARDS - PART 12: GERMAN KEYBOARD FOR DATA AND TEXT PROCESSING; KEY ARRANGEMENT AND ALLOCATION FOR PORTABLE COMPUTERS Organization: DIN
Date: 2004-03-01
ISO/IEC 9995-9 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - KEYBOARD LAYOUTS FOR TEXT AND OFFICE SYSTEMS - PART 9: MULTI-LINGUAL, MULTISCRIPT KEYBOARD LAYOUTS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-10-01
Description: This part of ISO 9995 is primarily intended for word-processing and text-processing applications, to be used with full-sized keyboards as well as with miniature keyboards found on mobile devices ("smartphones" or handheld computers), especially ones which have only keys for the 26 basic Latin letters but no dedicated keys for digits.
DS/ISO/IEC 9995-9 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – KEYBOARD LAYOUTS FOR TEXT AND OFFICE SYSTEMS – PART 9: MULTI-LINGUAL, MULTISCRIPT KEYBOARD LAYOUTS Organization: DS
Date: 2016-10-21
Description: ISO 9995-9:2016 is primarily intended for word-processing and text-processing applications, to be used with full-sized keyboards as well as with miniature keyboards found on mobile devices ("smartphones" or handheld computers), especially ones which have only keys for the 26 basic Latin letters but no dedicated keys for digits.
DSF/ISO/IEC DIS 9995-9 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - KEYBOARD LAYOUTS FOR TEXT AND OFFICE SYSTEMS - PART 9: MULTILINGUAL-USAGE, MULTISCRIPT KEYBOARD GROUP LAYOUTS Organization: DS
Description: This standard is primarily intended for word-processing and text-processing applications, to be used with fullsized keyboards as well as with miniature keyboards found on mobile devices (like "smartphones" or handheld computers), especially ones which have only keys for the 26 basic Latin letters but no dedicated keys for digits.
ISO/IEC DIS 9995-9 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - KEYBOARD LAYOUTS FOR TEXT AND OFFICE SYSTEMS - PART 9: MULTILINGUAL-USAGE, MULTISCRIPT KEYBOARD GROUP LAYOUTS Organization: ISO
Date: 2012-09-23
Description: This standard is primarily intended for word-processing and text-processing applications, to be used with fullsized keyboards as well as with miniature keyboards found on mobile devices (like "smartphones" or handheld computers), especially ones which have only keys for the 26 basic Latin letters but no dedicated keys for digits.
AF - SMC-S-023 VOL 1 - HUMAN COMPUTER INTERFACE DESIGN CRITERIA VOLUME 1 USER INTERFACE REQUIREMENTS Organization: AF
Date: 2010-03-19
Description: The requirements address user interface design for software installed on workstations with a color monitor, keyboard, and pointing device and available in office-like workspaces with normal ambient lighting.
UL 2361 OUTLINE - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR CUSTOM-BUILT KIOSKS - ISSUE NUMBER: 2 Organization: UL
Date: 2011-03-01
Description: These requirements do not cover accounting machines, cash registers, computers, keyboards, key telephone systems, mice, monitors, modems, PABXs, telephone sets, and similar machines.
WILEY - RADIO-FREQUENCY AND MICRO - RADIO-FREQUENCY AND MICROWAVE COMMUNICATION CIRCUITS: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 2ND EDITION COMPLETE DOCUMENT Organization: WILEY
Date: 2004-01-01
Description: As the superior performance of RF circuits over infrared technology becomes increasingly clear, a wide array of applications is emerging, from cordless computer keyboards to cell phones. Now in a comprehensively updated second edition, Radio-Frequency and Microwave Communication Circuits considers circuits within the broad context of communications systems.
PACKT - OPENGL GAME DEVELOPMENT B - OPENGL GAME DEVELOPMENT BY EXAMPLE Organization: PACKT
Date: 2016-03-08
Description: What You Will Learn • Set up your development environment in Visual Studio using OpenGL • Use 2D and 3D coordinate systems • Implement an input system to handle the mouse and the keyboard • Create a state machine to handle complex changes in the game • Load, display, and manipulate both 2D and 3D graphics • Implement collision detection and basic physics • Discover the key components needed to complete a polished game • Handle audio files and implement sound effects and music In Detail OpenGL is one of the most popular rendering SDKs used to develop games.
ISO 9241-17 - ERGONOMIC REQUIREMENTS FOR OFFICE WORK WITH VISUAL DISPLAY TERMINALS (VDTS) - PART 17: FORM FILLING DIALOGUES - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 1998-08-01
Description: One or more devices such as an alphanumeric keyboard, function keys, pointing devices and voice (other devices are not excluded) can be provided depending on the task at hand and dialogue requirements, as well as on individual preferences.

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