Internet Television Internet television is the quintessential digital convergence medium, putting together television, telecommunications, the Internet, computer applications, games, and more. It is part of a historic move from individualized narrowband capacity, measured by kilobits per user, to one of broadband with a capacity of megabits per user. This move will... Microeconomics (7th Edition)
KEY BENEFIT: This book is well known for its coverage of modern topics (Game theory, Economics of Information, and Behavioral Economics), clarity of its writing style and graphs, and integrated use of real world examples.
KEY TOPICS: The emphasis on relevance and application to...
Knowledge-Based Virtual Education: User-Centred Paradigms Virtual learning plays an important role in providing academicians, educators and students alike, with advanced learning experiences. At the forefront of these current technologies are knowledge-based systems that assess the environment in which such learning will occur and are adaptive by nature to the individual needs of the user (Grossman et... The Archaeology of Athens
The city of Athens has played a leading role in the development of European civilization.
When we look back through time to the origins of so many of the institutions and activities
which thrive or are valued today, we are led to ancient Greece and, most often, to
Athens in the Classical period (480–323 B.C.). Time and again...
Cloud and Virtual Data Storage Networking
Since I wrote The Green and Virtual Data Center (CRC Press, 2009), I have had the
opportunity to meet and speak with thousands of information technology (IT) professionals
around the world, both in person and virtually via different venues. Even as
that last book was being printed, the ideas to be found in this new book were coming... Free as in Freedom: Richard Stallman's Crusade for Free Software In 1984, Richard Stallman launched the GNU Project for the purpose of developing a complete UNIX-like operating system that would allow for free software use. What he developed was the GNU operating system. (GNU is a recursive acronym for "GNU's Not UNIX,'' and it is pronounced guh-NEW. Linux is a variant of the GNU operating system.) This...
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