FXAA is the most interesting group of anti-aliasing techniques, these algorithms perform their duties during scene post-processing, after the rendering process. They are all shader-based and cause little to no performance drop, which is their most important advantage. Image quality can vary from one algorithm to another. For example, FXAA is known to make the image look a bit blurry, obviously to the chagrine of some players. Another commonly used technique is SMAA, which usually provides better quality than FXAA while getting around, or at least reducing, the blur effect. Game developers tend to implement their own post-process anti-aliasing algorithms as well. Some of the notable examples are CMAA in Grid: Autosport, AAA (heavily modified FXAA to eliminate blurring) in Metro: Last Light, and T-AA in Rainbow Six: Siege. There are also “injectors” that enable these techniques in games that don’t support post-process anti-aliasing natively.
MKT529 GDB 1 Solution and Discussion
The objective of this GDB is to make students familiar with real life issues related to exports and relate it with academic concepts.
Since the current government came into practice, there has been huge increase in Dollar rate. According to statistics exports also increased for the said time. According to news the value of dollar is stable now at a fix rate and exports have been increased at the rate of 7.7% during last month.
Keeping in view above scenario, discuss whether change in dollar rate has an influence on exports or not.
After attempting this GDB students will be able to go through real life situations in the country and will be able to analyze whether exchange rate fluctuations have any impact on exports or not.
discuss whether change in dollar rate has an influence on exports or not.
How does exchange rate affect imports and exports?
The exchange rate has an effect on the trade surplus (or deficit), which in turn affects the exchange rate, and so on. In general, however, a weaker domestic currency stimulates exports and makes imports more expensive. Conversely, a strong domestic currency hampers exports and makes imports cheaper.