Trustworthy Compilers (Quantitative Software Engineering Series)
The Most Complete, Real-World Guide to Compiler
Development—and the Principles of Trustworthy Compilers
Drawing on the author's over thirty years of expertise in compiler development, research, and instruction, Trustworthy Compilers introduces and analyzes the concept of trustworthy compilers and the principles...
Security 2020: Reduce Security Risks This Decade
Identify real security risks and skip the hype
After years of focusing on IT security, we find that hackers are as active and effective as ever. This book gives application developers, networking and security professionals, those that create standards, and CIOs a straightforward look at the reality of today’s IT...
Arabs: A 3,000-Year History of Peoples, Tribes and Empires
A riveting, comprehensive history of the Arab peoples and tribes that explores the role of language as a cultural touchstone
This kaleidoscopic book covers almost 3,000 years of Arab history and shines a light on the footloose Arab peoples and tribes who conquered lands and disseminated their language and culture...
3-D Human Modeling and Animation, Second Edition
All the tools and know-how to create digital characters that can move, express emotions, and talk
3-D Human Modeling and Animation demonstrates how you can use your artistic skills in figure drawing, painting, and sculpture to create animated human figures using the latest computer technology. This easy-to-follow book guides you...
Risk, Complexity and ICT This book explores the challenges regarding risks and risk management related to the growing complexity of ICT solutions.
The main argument of the book is that the complexity of ICT solutions has continued to grow throughout the history of ICT, and that it has now reached a level that goes beyond our current understanding of...
Digital Dice: Computational Solutions to Practical Probability Problems
"Paul Nahin's Digital Dice is a marvelous book, one that is even better than his Duelling Idiots. Nahin presents twenty-one great probability problems, from George Gamow's famous elevator paradox (as corrected by Donald Knuth) to a bewildering puzzle involving two rolls of toilet paper, and he solves them all with the aid...
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