A virtual device driver (VxD) is a software device driver that emulates hardware and other devices so that multiple applications running in protected mode can access hardware interrupt channels, hardware resources and memory without causing conflicts. The Vxd was superseded by the Windows Driver Model (WDM) and is now obsolete.
Computer Aided Three-Dimensional Interactive Application (CATIA) is a multiplatform computer-aided design/manufacturing software written in C++ that runs on IBM AIX, HP-UX workstations, Windows 2000/XP and Sun Solaris. It was developed by the French company Dassault Systems.
Computer Aided Three-Dimensional Interactive Application supports multiple stages of product development from conceptualization, design, manufacturing and engineering. The major facilities provided by CATIA include:
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