Besieged: An Encyclopedia of Great Sieges From Ancient Times To The Present Civilization began with the creation of cities, the congregation of people for mutual support. By their very decision to assemble and collect resources, cities became targets for raiding populations that found taking someone else’s possessions easier than producing their own. The need for defense meant that the towns soon built walls around...
SPSS For Dummies (Computer/Tech) Program SPSS with Python® and Command Syntax
The fun and easy way® to generate solid decision-making results with SPSS
Stymied by SPSS? This friendly, plain-English guide gets you up and running with the latest version of the software so that you can start performing calculations...
Securing VoIP Networks: Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Countermeasures
Communication between people has changed with the invention of the telephone. The ability to communicate across continents in real-time has also helped our society in several dimensions including entertainment, trade, finance, and defense. But this new capability did not come without an investment. Building an international telephony...
Intelligent Complex Adaptive Systems
I don’t believe in the existence of a complex systems theory as such and, so
far, I’m still referring to complex systems science (CSS) in order to describe
my research endeavours. In my view, the latter is constituted, up until now,
by a bundle of loosely connected methods and theories aiming to observe—
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