Standards are useful in many aspects of everyday life. A notable example is the automobile. Early cars had controls whose placement and function were dictated by engineers, often without much thought of the driver. As car technology matured, a consensus slowly emerged, and virtually all current passenger cars are driven in the same way and have the same set of controls. The development of bicycles, motorcycles, and airplanes followed similar trends.
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- Graphics Standards
Prof. David Salomon (emeritus)
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