This book is for everyone who wants to learn the basics of the Java programming language without taking a formal course. This book also serves as a supplemental classroom text. For best results, you should start at the beginning of the book and go straight through.
If you are confident about your basic knowledge of...
Hybrid Systems: Computation and Control: 7th International Workshop, HSCC 2004, Philadelphia, PA, USA, March 25-27, 2004, Proceedings This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Hybrid Systems: Computation and Control, HSCC 2004, held in Philadelphia, PA, USA, in March 2004.
The 43 revised full papers presented together with an invited article were carefully reviewed and selected from 117 submissions. The papers address all current...
Thesis Projects: A Guide for Students in Computer Science and Information Systems "The authors have written a short book for students doing final year projects in computer science and information systems. Because the authors are from Sweden, the details of the procedures and expectations will vary in other countries. However, in the hands of a discerning reader, this book could be useful at several levels, at many colleges... Sarbanes-Oxley Internal Controls: Effective Auditing with AS5, CobiT, and ITIL The passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOx) in 2002 almost seems like distant history today. That legislation became effective after a series of accounting scandals led to the failure of several then major corporations, such as Enron and WorldCom, the conviction and imprisonment of multiple key executives, and the failure of the major public...
An Introduction to the Theory of Formal Languages and Automata In the latter half of the 1950’s, Noam Chomsky began to develop mathematical models for the description of natural languages. Two disciplines originated in his work and have grown to maturity. The first of these is the theory of formal grammars, a branch of mathematics which has proven to be of great interest to information and computer... A Process Algebraic Approach to Software Architecture Design
The design and the verification of modern software applications requires the analysis of several different aspects, such as software correctness, quality of service, and security, and of the possible inter-relations among them. Process algebraic architectural languages and the related analysis techniques provide a formal paradigm that allows...
Parallel Complexity Theory (Research Notes in Theoretical Computers Science)
Parallel complexity theory, the study of resource-bounded parallel computation,
is surely one of the fastest-growing areas of theoretical Computer Science. In the
light of this, it would be foolish to attempt an encyclopedic coverage of the field.
However, it is the belief of the author that its foundations are becoming increas
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