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Sharper Mipmapping using Shader Based Supersampling
Mipmapping is ubiquitous in real time rendering, but has limitations. This article is going to go into what mipmapping is, how it’s used, and how it can be made better. Warning: this page has about…
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23 days ago by olafyoorsen
Sharper Mipmapping using Shader Based Supersampling
Mipmapping is ubiquitous in real time rendering, but has limitations. This article is going to go into what mipmapping is, how it’s used, and how it can be made better. Warning: this page has about…
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5 weeks ago by Nutter
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9 weeks ago by aratob
Martina Tranter: who was the officer Steve Arnott shot in the finale of Line of Duty season 5?
Oh, the irony of there being a corrupt officer in the anti-corruption team headed up by Detective Chief Superintendent Carmichael
Line of Duty finished series five in the best way possible – unmasking a member of the force to be one of the members of  the criminal gang, only to *plot twist* have her attempted to be murdered by another bent member of the force (AC-3, no less).
Yep, it was high drama all the 90-minutes of Sunday night’s final. But who were the undercover people unmasked? And who was shot, now presumably dead.
Let’s break it down…
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10 weeks ago by rgl7194
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may 2019 by miaridge
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may 2019 by danbri
Line of Duty, episode 5, review: Anna Maxwell Martin steals show in battle of Hastings
Oh Ted. Ted, Ted, Ted! What in the name of all your favourite biblical figures has got into you? As Line of Duty (BBC One) gallops to the tape, the nation’s most trusted senior hottie is toying with our affections. Homeless, broke and going full rogue, Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) intensified his mission to reel in H, but succeeded only in reeling in himself. Which may be the same thing.
The final indignity? Facing a frosty triptych of Amazonian interrogators. Quite the irony for an officer with a rep for everyday sexism. His thrusting younger nemesis Deputy Superintendent Patricia Carmichael, brought in from AC-3, was played with furniture-chewing glee by Anna Maxwell Martin, dispensing smug half-smiles and nannyish put-downs. As her ice-blue peepers lasered into him he could barely unhood his left eyelid.
While we’re on eyes, has anyone seen Lisa McQueen (Rochenda Sandall) blink yet? She is only the latest woman to join the forces ranged against Hastings. It’s looking awfully like a #MeToo moment for the old fella. He has been thrown off the case by DCC Andrea Wise (Elizabeth Rider), one half of a pincer movement with PC Tatleen Sohota, played with untiring pluck by Taj Atwal in a largely thankless info-dumping role.
Meanwhile, the ghosts of Lindsay Denton and Jackie Laverty were exhumed to haunt him. Wicked witch Gill Biggeloe (Polly Walker) hissed about “a non-exclusive relationship with the truth” as the camera lurked sinisterly on her shoulder. And then there was DI Fleming (Vicky McClure), sporting an array of baffled looks until she could take it no more and went over Hastings’s head. Et tu, Kate? Dunbar, veering from hollow braggadocio to caged-lion scowls, pulled out all the stops as Hastings tried to wriggle through a maze of his own making (with some help from Heath Robinson).
bbc  crime_drama  LoD  police  review  tv  uk  actress 
april 2019 by rgl7194
Line Of Duty: Anna Maxwell Martin joins the cast
With two episodes left in Line Of Duty series 5, it’s somewhat surprising that a new actor is being added to the cast. But they are: Anna Maxwell Martin has signed up for a part, and we’ve got all the info right here…
TV Wise reports that Anna Maxwell Martin – who we’ve previously seen in And Then There Were None and The Bletchley Circle – will appear in this Sunday’s episode and the finale the following Sunday.
The actress is playing a character named Detective Chief Superintendent Patricia Carmichael, an anti-corruption specialist that’s being brought in from outside AC-12.
It hasn’t taken long for fans to realise that this new character is one rank senior to Ted Hastings. Could this mean that Patricia is being brought in to help Steve and Kate question their boss? This press photo certainly seems to suggest that the three will be working together…
“I’ve been a fan of Line of Duty for years,” said Anna Maxwell Martin in an official quote, “so was dead chuffed to be part of series five. I’m so pleased I no longer have to keep it a secret! I feel honoured to follow in the footsteps of the host of great actors who make up the Line of Duty family, and Jed Mercurio – of course – has written a brilliant character in Carmichael. She’s a woman on a mission.”
We’ll keep bringing you Line Of Duty news as we hear it. Don’t forget, series 6 is already confirmed to be on the way…
bbc  crime_drama  LoD  police  tv  uk  actress 
april 2019 by rgl7194
SKOS: A Guide for Information Professionals A Guide to Representing Structured Controlled Vocabularies in the Simple Knowledge Organization System
SKOS is a common data model for knowledge organization systems such as thesauri, classification schemes, subject heading systems, and taxonomies. Using SKOS, a knowledge organization system or controlled vocabulary can be expressed as machine-readable data. Once expressed in SKOS, data can then be exchanged between computer applications and published in a machine-readable format on the web.
LODLAM  LOD  semanticweb 
april 2019 by miaridge
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march 2019 by aarontay
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march 2019 by aarontay
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march 2019 by wragge

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