Necessity Lost: Modality and Logic in Early Analytic Philosophy, Volume 1
A long tradition, going back to Aristotle, conceives of logic in terms of necessity and possibility: a deductive argument is correct if it is not possible for the conclusion to be false when the premises are true. A relatively unknown feature of the analytic tradition in philosophy is that, at its very inception, this venerable conception of the...
Robot Manipulator Control: Theory and Practice (Control Engineering, 15)
Discloses the elements of control theory and robot dynamics. Surveys computed-torque control, robust control of robotic manipulators, adaptive control of robotic manipulators, neural network control of robots, force control, and advanced control techniques. Includes information on designing and operating robotic platforms in discussing robot...
Computer Programming Concepts and Visual Basic
Hardware refers to the machinery in a computer system (such as the monitor, keyboard, and
CPU) and software refers to a collection of instructions, called a program (or project), that
directs the hardware. Programs are written to solve problems or perform tasks on a computer.
Programmers translate the solutions or tasks into a... Designing and Engineering Time: The Psychology of Time Perception in Software This book was written with several practitioners and professionals in mind. The first group is the software engineers. Not everyone has had the opportunity (or wants) to take classes in human-computer interaction, usability, or user interface design, and not every company can afford to hire usability professionals to assist with optimizing the user...
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