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  Microsoft Project Server 2002 Security Architecture and Planning Guide
These tools are accessed using Microsoft Project Web Access and are designed to decrease the effort required for day-to-day management of the server, leverage security features from the Microsoft Windows® 2000 and Microsoft Windows XP family of servers, and maintain the turnkey security features first introduced in Microsoft Project Central.
In addition, the security features and architecture were modified to simplify management of the larger number of users and projects expected with enterprise-wide use of the server.
Supporting the new enterprise features is a goal of the security features of Microsoft Project Server, it may also be used as a turnkey system, much like Microsoft Project Central.
www.microsoft.com /technet/prodtechnol/project/project2002/plan/psvrsec.mspx   (4153 words)

  
  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: 2002 in architecture
See also: 2001 in architecture, other events of 2002, 2003 in architecture and the architecture timeline.
This year, seven projects have been selected for their architectural excellence and their service to the values of the primarily Muslim societies they are intended to serve.
Buildings of the period are composed of great curving forms with undulating facades, ground plans of unprecedented size and complexity, and domes of various shapes, as in the churches of Francesco Borromini, Guarino Guarini, and Balthasar Neumann.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/2002-in-architecture   (318 words)

  
 Undergraduate Catalog, 2002-2004. Architecture
The Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Architecture are accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board and satisfy the registration requirements of the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners.
The School of Architecture was established in 1948 as a division of the College of Engineering and became an autonomous school of the University in September 1951.
The portfolio is submitted by continuing architecture students at the beginning of the second semester of the third year, by interior design students at the end of the second semester of the third year, and by transfer students before they register for any design studio beyond Architecture 310K.
www.utexas.edu /student/registrar/catalogs/ug02-04/ch02/ch02a.html   (2624 words)

  
 Architecture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Architecture at Wits is, as always, in a state of dynamic transformation.
2002 saw changes to our management structure and curriculum, a growth in student numbers and a shift to a student demography more representative of our continent.
I hope to contribute to the school by creating an environment in which architecture is interrogated with new levels of critical, intellectual and professional rigour and produces graduates able to make significant contributions to our transforming environment.
www.wits.ac.za /archdepartment/annual.html   (1212 words)

  
 Estonian Art 2' 2002
Their position between architecture's 'heaven and earth', practice and theory, virtual and physical space, was on this occasion described by architects of very different generations and principles.
With great brio he tried to convince the audience that architecture does not have to be a serious art, but can be light, mobile and downright jolly.
Young and already successful architectural firms at the triennial illustrated quite varied points of view: the Los Angeles based GRAFT, which produces apartments for Hollywood stars, and the London UFO (Urban Future Organisation) garnered attention for their work by the sheer number of their projects and winning competitions.
www.einst.ee /Ea/architecture/raukas.html   (920 words)

  
 National Building Museum - News Releases - 2002
These books set out many of the authors' most influential tenets: that architecture should be "non-straightforward," that "messy" and even "ordinary" buildings are often as interesting as the purist and monumental ones, and that architects should learn from and respect aspects of popular taste in design.
Venturi, principal in charge of architecture projects, and Scott Brown, in charge of urban planning and urban design projects, are frequent contributors of articles to professional and popular journals and books, and both have earned numerous academic and professional awards.
Venturi received the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 1991, and Scott Brown received the Topaz Medallion for Excellence in Architectural Education, presented jointly by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture and the American Institute of Architects, in 1996.
www.nbm.org /Events/news/2002/2002_Scully_No_Logo.html   (692 words)

  
 2002 Laureate Announcement
His architecture is crisp, marked and impregnated by the unique landscape and by the light that defines the fabulous, far away and gigantic mass of land that is his home, Australia.
The field of architecture was chosen by the Pritzker family because of their keen interest in building due to their involvement with developing the Hyatt Hotels around the world; also because architecture was a creative endeavor not included in the Nobel Prizes.
That is a part of architecture for me, the resolution of levels of light that we desire, the resolution of the wind that we wish for, the modification of the climate as we want it.
www.pritzkerprize.com /2002annc.htm   (6627 words)

  
 Next: 2002 architecture biennial   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Next is the name of the 2002 Venice Biennial of Architecture, directed by British critic Denyan Sudjic, which will exhibit 100 projects of extraordinary spectacular impact and architectonic quality on a level with Gehry's Bilbao Guggeheim or Piano's Beaubourg.
In architecture, the contemporary is what is about to become reality, even as the fruit of interaction between the client and the architect".
The resulting 2002 biennial offers a selection of individual projects chosen for their architectural importance and spectacular impact.
www.floornature.com /worldaround/articolo.php/art22/2/en   (377 words)

  
 IOnOne art | architecture | events | 2002
This publication, the first to consider the drawings since the archive was established in 1998, is accompanied by essays exploring the significance of the works, and an interview with Pierre Apraxine, the former curator of the collection.
This year, the Venice Biennale, long established as the world's most significant venue for debate on contemporary architecture, is signaling a new direction for design, a move away from the virtual and toward the material.
The Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAi) is putting on an exhibition about some of the most beautiful and remarkable of private houses built in the Netherlands during the last two hundred years, including many designs which have never been shown to the public before.
www.ionone.com /archeve02.htm   (588 words)

  
 Rice Course Schedule, Spring 2002: Architecture (ARCH)
Exploration of the role of the architect and architecture in the metropolis.
The course begins with the claim that the architecture of modernity has historically been conceived and developed in relaiton to utopiam ideals, and that architectural modernism cannot be adequately understood unless attention is paid to its various utopian and dystopiam 'moments'.
Just as the Domino system enabled a new architecture at the beginning of the century, the current interest in topological and non-trebeated form are again arguing for concrete's unique properties.
www.rice.edu /projects/courses/2002spring/ARCH.html   (2370 words)

  
 Enterprise Architecture: No Glamour, but Mission-Critical
The enterprisewide application of sound architectural principles ensures that an FSP can deliver the functionality its customers are demanding today, and still be prepared to simply and inexpensively deploy new products and services tomorrow.
A flexible, interoperable enterprise architecture is essential for financial services providers faced with responding to present needs while laying the groundwork for meeting future demands.
A flexible Adaptive Application Architecture is critical for financial services providers that need to deliver mobile services — whether business-to-consumer, business-to-employee or business-to-business — now or in the future.
www.gartner.com /pages/story.php.id.2321.s.8.jsp   (331 words)

  
 ARCHITECTURE FORUM: Paris, France, April 2002
The Architecture Forum at paris will host a half-day public Joint Briefing with the Active Loss Prevention initiative on Wednesday 10th April 2002.
In addition, there will be an Architecture Workshop, on the afternoon of Wednesday 10th April 2002 and on Thursday 11th April, in which the members of the Forum will progress their 2002 work program.
The main area of focus for the Architecture Workshop at Paris will be to review in detail the first draft deliverables from projects in the Architecture Forum's 2002 work program.
www.opengroup.org /architecture/0204paris/q202arch.htm   (426 words)

  
 Architecture in Scotland 2002-2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Architecture review publications like this one — the second in the series — are common in the smaller European regions and Nordic countries like Flanders, Finland and Norway.
In that sense, architecture and design are important ways of communicating both cultural identity and technological capability — key skills in the global, creative economy.
Of course, the new parliament building, which architecture critics are declaring a stunning, truly European building, could preoccupy the debate, but it is a testament to the growing confidence of Scotland’s architectural culture that the parliament can be seen in a wider context and be discussed along with other important issues.
www.rias.org.uk /content/?page=s4_14_14   (267 words)

  
 Digital Architecture Awards 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Digital Architecture category is experimental, and is open to all architects and designers regardless of location.
The Design Awards 2002 with its focus on recognizing excellence in design is adding a new category.
In recognition of the evolution in the architectural profession, we are adding a new category; "Digital Architecture." This new category will recognize excellence in communication, performance, design and methodology using technology in architecture and construction.
www.deathbyarch.com /html/digital_architecture_awards_20.html   (268 words)

  
 ARCHITECTURE FORUM: The Open Group Conference, January 2002, Anaheim, CA
The Architecture Forum at Anaheim will hold an Architecture Workshop, on Wednesday 23rd and Friday 25th January, in which the members of the Forum will progress their 2002 work program; and it will host a public Architecture Briefing, on Thursday, 24th January, highlighting a number of key speakers architecture and highlighting the TOGAF Tools Challenge.
Planning for 2002 will be an important activity at the meeting.
The 2002 work program promises to be one of the most extensive yet, with a proposal to transition TOGAF from a framework and method for IT Architecture to one for overall enterprise architecture.
www.opengroup.org /architecture/0201anah/q102arch.htm   (534 words)

  
 Definition of 'architecture'... ? - DPChallenge Forums
Orderly arrangement of parts; structure: the architecture of the federal bureaucracy; the architecture of a novel.
The title is architecture 101, which I see as the first or beginning of architecture.
I am no expert on the subject, but I think architecture normally requires for something to be constructed, that is to say, built up by putting together smaller objects.
www.dpchallenge.com /forum.php?action=read&FORUM_THREAD_ID=196   (1494 words)

  
 2002 Towards a New </Information> Architecture
The series concluded in September 2002 with a presentation by Keith Instone, keeper of The Usable Web, (www.usableweb.com), one of the premier portals for human factors, usability, design and IA information for practitioners.
Team-based ethnography grounds IA and interaction design in an increasingly thorough and evolving understanding of users, the work they do, and the evolution of their work in response to new technologies and information tools.
Professional communicators bring their specialty's expertise to bear on the topic of information architecture in a lively discussion of problems and solutions as they move into information architecture roles.
www.chifoo.org /pages/programs/2002/programs.html   (498 words)

  
 2002 Awards
The Excellence in Architecture Awards and Gala is a yearly event held by the Fort Worth Chapter of the American Institute of Architects to honor local architects, owners, contractors and students for their vision, commitment to quality design and craftsmanship.
The AIA Fort Worth Excellence in Architecture Awards program seeks to recognize design excellence by its members and students, and to promote public interest in architectural excellence.
Entries must be submitted by the architectural design firm, and the design submission must be primarily executed in an office within the jurisdiction of the Fort Worth AIA Chapter.
www.aiafortworth.org /2002/awards/index.htm   (1034 words)

  
 Architecture of the World Wide Web   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Web Architecture consists of the requirements, constraints, principles, and design choices that influence the design of the system and the behavior of agents within the system.
The architecture described in this document is the result of experience.
When comparison is expected to be the sole or primary operation on a URI, it does not matter whether one has chosen a URI with our without a fragment identifier.
www.w3.org /TR/2002/WD-webarch-20021115   (4478 words)

  
 ARCHITECTURE FORUM: Boston, July 2002
In addition, there will be an Architecture Workshop, from Thursday 25th July through the morning of Friday 26th July, in which the members of the Forum will progress their 2002 work program.
The main area of focus for the Architecture Workshop at Boston will be to review in detail the latest draft deliverables from projects in the Architecture Forum's 2002 work program.
The 2002 work program is one of the most extensive yet, with a proposal to transition TOGAF from a framework and method for IT Architecture to one for overall enterprise architecture.
www.opengroup.org /architecture/0207bos/q302arch.htm   (588 words)

  
 architecture.com.au - The Royal Australian Institute of Architects (RAIA), architecture, architects, design, australia
The most coveted architecture prize, the prestigious Sir John Sulman medal, has been given to the home of high drama NIDA, designed by HASSELL in association with Peter Armstrong Architecture.
An architecture award was given to the Sydney Conservatorium of Music by Daryl Jackson/Robin Dyke Pty Ltd & NSW Government Architect and Heritage Architect Tanner Associates for ‘producing one of Sydney’s finest entry rooms’.
If the profession is to actively pursue the traditions of architecture, the Institute should take the lead and then there will need to be across the board support of architecture that is both public and private,’ said the jury.
www.architecture.com.au /i-cms?page=2720   (721 words)

  
 Rice Course Schedule, Fall 2002: Architecture (ARCH)
This is an introductory interactive course on the art and science of designing engineered structures and in intended for freshmen and sophomores interested in both civil engineering and architecture.
Characteristic building types and exceptional works of architecture are identified; tours stimulate an awareness of the historical dimension of urban sites.
Their buildings and urban initiatives will be interpreted in terms of continuities and discontinuities between an emerging theoretical tradition and the demands of actual practice.
www.rice.edu /projects/courses/2002fall/ARCH.html   (2286 words)

  
 Patterns for Software Architecture - ChiliPlop 2002
The intent of the workshop is to describe how software patterns relate to software architecture, organize the existing architecture patterns in to categories, and identify missing patterns for software architecture.
These include classifications of which patterns are "architecturally significant", how to effectively use patterns in the development of an architecture, and how various architecture patterns are related.
Ideally 4-8 practicing software architects and developers that are familiar with at least some of the architectural patterns, development of software architectures, and application of patterns.
www.crystalclearsoftware.com /publications/2002/ChiliPlop2002.html   (440 words)

  
 Japanese Architect Shuhei Endo Named Winner of 2002 Kenneth F. Brown Architecture Design Award
The designers and their projects will be recognized during the Fifth International Symposium on Asia Pacific Architecture, hosted by the University of Hawai‘i School of Architecture, and currently underway at the UH Manoa campus (April 9-11, 2003).
The Kenneth F. Brown Asia Pacific Architecture Award Program is a biennial event sponsored by the UH School of Architecture in cooperation with the Architects Regional Council Asia (ARCASIA).
The 2002 program was chaired by Dr. Kazi K. Ashraf of the UH School of Architecture.
www.hawaii.edu /cgi-bin/uhnews?20030410114220   (449 words)

  
 OOPSLA 2002 –– Advance Program -- Architecture Experiences
The computing employed in oil and gas exploration is predominately scientific, resulting in a variety of data analysis applications.
Although the analytical domains vary greatly (e.g., seismic processing, geologic modeling, engineering facilities design, etc.), the requirements that shape their software architectures are similar.
This vision, supported at the upper management and grassroots levels, began with a software architecture team to steward our architectures; and a career development program including OOAD training for all developers and a biweekly "School of the Architects" seminar series.
oopsla.acm.org /OOPSLA2002/ap/files/pra-3.html   (624 words)

  
 2003 in architecture
The mission of the American Institute of Architecture Students is to promote excellence in architectural education, training and practice; to foster an appreciation of architecture and related disciplines; and to organize architecture students and combine their efforts to advance the art and science of architecture.
Examines architecture in Japan influenced by foreign cultures as well as climate; landscape and examples of both traditional and modern architecture including temples, shrines, castles and bridges.
Located next to the Academy of Architecture, ARCAM exhibits and publishes on many activities in the field of architecture, urbanism and design.
www.omniknow.com /common/wiki.php?in=en&term=2003_in_architecture   (1575 words)

  
 WCRE 2002 Workshop
Software architecture reconstruction aims at presenting existing software systems at the more abstract, architectural level.
This workshop is intended for researchers in the area of architecture reconstruction to discuss their progress and explore future directions.
Each session will consist of a set of presentations (each presentation limited to approximately 10 mins) each of which will outline work in a particular area as a starting point for discussion on that topic.
www.sei.cmu.edu /ata/WCRE02   (380 words)

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