Among all the technologies that have been flourishing in the
last decade, there is one that is becoming essential for our
society and it’s enhancing all the other tech fields as well as
every aspect of our life: Artificial Intelligence (AI). From
navigation systems to smart cars and from virtual assistants to
This book explores the W3C Geolocation API, a specification that provides scripted
access to geographical location information associated with a hosted device.* This API
which the code is executed.
Jump right into the pro-level guts of the Raspberry Pi with complete schematics and detailed hardware explanations as your guide. You'll tinker with runlevels, reporting voltages and temperatures, and work on a variety of project examples that you can tune for your own project ideas..
Geospatial mapping applications have become hugely popular in recent years. With smart-phone and tablet numbers snow-balling this trend looks set to continue well into the future. Indeed, it is true to say that in today’s mobile world location-aware apps are becoming the norm rather than the exception.
Java Cookbook, 2nd Edition gets you to the heart of what you need to know when you need to know it. The completely revised and updated recipes in Java Cookbook, 2nd Edition cover all of the major APIs from Java 1.4 as well as the new 1.5 version. It includes...
As medical devices become more intricate, with an increasing number of components made from a wide range of materials, it is important that they meet stringent requirements to ensure that they are safe to be implanted and will not be rejected by the human body. Joining and assembly of medical materials and devices provides a comprehensive...
Electronic circuit designers and electronic engineering students can turn to Basics of CMOS Cell Design for a practice-based introduction to the design and simulation of every major type of CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) integrated circuit.
Welcome to OpenGL SuperBible! The first time I ever heard of OpenGL was at the 1992 Win32 Developers Conference in San Francisco. Windows NT 3.1 was in early beta (or late alpha) and many vendors were present, pledging their future support for this exciting new platform. Among them was a company called Silicon Graphics, Inc. (SGI)....