The Boundary Element Method with Programming: For Engineers and Scientists This is a thorough, yet understandable text about the boundary element method (BEM), an attractive alternative to the finite element method (FEM). It not only explains the theory, but also deals with the implementation into computer code written in FORTRAN 95 (software can be freely downloaded). Applications range from potential problems to static... An Introduction to Catholicism (Introduction to Religion)
The Vatican. The Inquisition. Contraception. Celibacy. Apparitions and miracles. Plots and scandals. The Catholic Church is seldom out of the news. But what do its one billion adherents really believe, and how do they put their beliefs into practice in worship, the family, and society? This down-to-earth account goes back to the early...
Running IPv6 This is a book about running the IPv6 protocol in heterogeneous environments. It will tell
you how to enable the protocol on Windows, MacOS, FreeBSD, Linux, and Cisco routers, and,
up to a point, on Juniper routers. The intent behind the book is to present a clear view of the
aspects to IPv6 that are of interest to those who’ll...
Beginning C# 2008: From Novice to Professional, Second Edition This book is for anyone who wants to write good C# code—even if you have never programmed before. Writing good code can be a challenge—there are so many options, especially in a .NET language like C#. If you want to really get the best from a programming language, you need to know which features work best in which situations and...
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