Computer Networks ISE: A Systems Approach
I what has happened in that time. We have seen the transformation of the Web from a small experiment to a World Wide phenomenon. We have seen the emergenceof voice over IP and peer-to-peer content sharing. We have seen technology speed up a hundred-fold, the emergence of broadband to the home, and the rise of botnets and other horrid security...
Apoptosis, Senescence and Cancer (Cancer Drug Discovery and Development)
The goals of chemotherapy (and radiotherapy) are to eliminate tumor cell targets by
promoting cell death. In recent years, a major focus has been placed on programmed
cell death or apoptosis as the primary mechanism of cell killing. However, tumor
cells may respond to various forms of treatment in diverse ways, only some of which... Privacy Online: Perspectives on Privacy and Self-Disclosure in the Social Web
Privacy is a basic human need, and losing privacy is perceived as an extremely
threatening experience. Privacy embraces solitude, personal space, or intimacy with
family and friends and as such, it is a ubiquitous and trans-cultural phenomenon.
Privacy leverages well-being; without privacy we are at risk of becoming physically
Organic Chemistry This new and innovative text helps students develop a deeper understanding of organic chemistry. It treats the subject as a coherent whole, complete with numerous logical connections, consequences, and an underlying structure and "language." Employing an approach based on mechanism and reaction type, the book empasizes understanding ideas... Robotics (Intelligent Systems, Control and Automation: Science and Engineering)
This supplementary introductory tutorial treats the following subjects: the basic characteristics of industrial robot mechanisms; the pose and movement of an object, which are described by homogenous transformation matrices; a geometric model of robot mechanism; a short introduction into kinematics and dynamics of robots; robot sensors and the...
Secure Roaming in 802.11 Networks (Communications Engineering) WLAN users want to remain connected to the network as they move from place to place in an office building, airport, library, etc. But the original 802.11 standard was not designed to support roaming. However, enhancements to the 802.11 now make it possible to add reliable, secure roaming capabilities to any 802.11-based WLAN. This thorough guide...
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