Digital Signal Processing System-Level Design Using LabVIEW For many years, I have been teaching DSP (Digital Signal Processing) lab courses
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from students in a consistent way is, “Do we have to know C to take DSP lab
courses?” Until last year, my response was, “Yes, C is a prerequisite for...
Handbook of Software Quality Assurance The industry's top guide to software quality -- completely updated!
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Software quality assurance has never been more challenging -- nor more...
The People CMM: A Framework for Human Capital Management (2nd Edition)
Organizations are now competing in two markets, one for their products and services and one for the talent required to produce or perform them. Success in the former is determined by success in the latter. The ability to compete is directly related to the ability to attract, develop, motivate, organize, and retain the...
Black Art of Java Game Programming Gaming on the Web is the next blockbuster business. Have any doubts? The video game industry,
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Theoretical Introduction to Programming Including easily digested information about fundamental techniques and concepts in software construction, this book is distinct in unifying pure theory with pragmatic details. Driven by generic problems and concepts, with brief and complete illustrations from languages including C, Prolog, Java, Scheme, Haskell and HTML. This book is intended to... Information Theory and Reliable Communication This book is designed primarily for use as a first-year graduate text in information theory, suitable for both engineers and mathematicians. It is assumed that the reader has some understanding of freshman calculus and elementary probability, and in the later chapters some introductory random process theory. Unfortunately there is one more... A Computational Introduction to Number Theory and Algebra "This is an outstanding and well-written book whose aim is to introduce the reader to a broad range of material -- ranging from basic to relatively advanced -- without requiring any prior knowledge on the part of the reader other than calculus and mathematical maturity. That the book succeeds at this goal is quite an accomplishment! ...this...
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