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the type of procedures which will apply to a case under the Civil Procedure Rules.
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Different toolkits such as ARToolKit [7], ARToolKitPlus [8], ARTag [9], and ALVAR [10] are developed to perform marker-based tracking. These toolkits provide a good framework for the development of an AR application.
For those who want to learn more than the basics, this book is a treasure trove of tracking information, insights, methods, and knowledge.
For more details on the Express Tracking Service, visit www.expresstracking.org.
Tracking titles can be obtained through several organizations, including the Australian Shepherd Club of America (ASCA) and the American Mixed Breed Obedience Registration (AMBOR), but most follow the AKC test rules (the titles listed here are AKC titles).
E.V.A.'s Verbal Expense Tracking users are asked to call their assistant at an 800 number and succinctly leave expense and meeting details on the dedicated voicemail.
To follow single dragonflies, Wikelski decided on radio tracking.
* Future uses across the industry may include loss recovery, automobile identification, document tracking, and tracking patients, medication doses and hospital equipment.
Today about three-quarters of the school districts in the United States use ability grouping or tracking. To date, there has been limited empirical research on the mechanisms, which maintain tracking and account for its popularity in spite of the damaging empirical research, which has surfaced.
Why We Need an Environmental Public Health Tracking Network
Performance goals for the prototype include achieving both sub-millimeter position and sub-milliradian orientation tracking accuracy suitable for cockpit environments.
The FIE Rules contain broad anti-avoidance rules (the "tracking interest" rules) (45) that are intended to prevent avoidance of the FIE Rules where an investor does not otherwise hold a participating interest in a FIE bat has in substance an economic interest in underlying or notional investment property.

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