More college students use Amos Gilat’s MATLAB: An Introduction with Applications than any other MATLAB textbook. This concise book is known for its just-in-time learning approach that gives students information when they need it. The new edition gradually presents the latest MATLAB functionality in detail. Equally effective as a freshmen-level text, self-study tool, or course reference, the book is generously illustrated through computer screen shots and step-by-step tutorials, with abundant and motivating applications to problems in mathematics, science, and engineering.
Solaris 9 for Dummies Discover new security features and easier installation
Light up your system with a new resource manager, volume manager, and directory server
In the dark about Solaris 9? Open this book and let the sun shine in! It’ll help you chart a course for StarOffice, explore CDE and GNOME desktops, and harness Solaris power to...
Multicomponent Mass Transfer (Wiley Series in Chemical Engineering) Chemical engineers frequently have to deal with multicomponent mixtures; that is, systems containing three or more species. Conventional approaches to mass transfer in multicomponent mixtures are based on an assumption that the transfer flux of each component is proportional to its own driving force. Such approaches are valid for certain special...
For basic or intermediate developers, this book will give you a comprehensive understanding of QlikView, allowing tremendous speed and flexibility when it comes to scripting for data visualization. Great for reference too!
Understand everything about QlikView, from structuring a script to fixing...
The critically acclaimed guide to the principles, techniques, and instruments of electroanalytical chemistry–now expanded and revised
Joseph Wang, internationally renowned authority on electroanalytical techniques, thoroughly revises his acclaimed book to reflect the rapid growth the field has experienced in recent years. He...
Managing Web Usage in the Workplace: A Social, Ethical, and Legal Perspective
The ubiquitous nature of the Internet is dramatically revolutionizing the manner in which
organizations and individuals share information. Developed out of necessity during the cold
war, the Internet was created as a means to help governmental institutions and collegiate
institutions send documents and research materials electronically...