First breath of MicroStation - Textbook for beginNers (in Hungarian) (1995)

At the time of it's publication, this volume was one of the first Hungarian textbooks about MicroStation, thus it was a gap-filling product in the domestic market. Introductory and user-friendly instructions: not all details are included, but will set a beginner user off on his way to a deeper knowledge of this software. The book was aimed at users who are not computer science experts, but their work requires the use of this system. Concept-definitions help the readers along with a vocabulary on the bottom of every page with the general and specific meaning of new English words. The book ends with an English - Hungarian dictionary that could be useful for reading of the documentation. The book is written for MicroStation V5 with an extension to MicroStation 95.

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MicroStation/J handbook (in Hungarian) (2000)

This book is about MicroStation/J, including English and Hungarian versions. Provides an overall view of the interface, design file operations, 300 drawing tools, customization, printing, exchanging information with AutoCAD and more. It is not a mere translation of the English documentation as the book includes a lot of information that is based on personal experience, which either can not be found in the original book or is difficult to find. The book goes into details over the topics discussed and aims to provide a useful handbook for MicroStation users.

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TerraModeler the terrain-modeler - Coursebook (in Hungarian) (1998)

The book provides an overview of the TerraModeler package running on MicroStation. It contains a description of TerraModeler's tools which can be used for creating digital terrain models (DTM), visualization, landscape and road planning, geological surveys, etc. It is based on both our personal experience and the TerraModeler Help. This book is handed to participants of our TerraModeler courses.

COLORFUL PHYSICS - CD-ROM (in Hungarian) (1998)

This CD is a useful aid for primary school teachers who - having the appropriate computer skills - would like to make their classes more colorful, exciting, and trying to make the syllabus easier to understand, or for those students to whom physics seems like a distant planet.

Utilizing the possibilities of multimedia the software teaches physics using multiple senses. It contains a 10-chapter long physics textbook, full of colorful pictures and diagrams that covers primary school syllabus, and in some cases even more. The book is made more interesting by using experiments, short videos and animations and sound effects to help audiovisual comprehension. Still the most effective form of studying is experimenting and observation. To facilitate this, interactive experiments allow the student - for example - to observe the changing view through lenses by virtually moving the object. At the end of the book, there are exercises along with their solutions with explanations. Some children's drawings and jokes make studying more enjoyable. To improve one's lexical knowledge there are over 150 physicist's biographies on the CD in alphabetical and chronological order on a timeline together with historical events and other famous people from the field of sciences and art.