Making, Breaking Codes: Introduction to Cryptology
This book is an introduction to modern ideas in cryptology and how to employ
these ideas. It includes the relevant material on number theory, probability, and
abstract algebra, in addition to descriptions of ideas about algorithms and com
plexity theory. Three somewhat different terms appear in the discussion of secure
Android NDK Beginner's Guide
The short history of computing machines has witnessed some major events, which
forever transformed our usage of technology. From the first massive main frames to
the democratization of personal computers, and then the interconnection of networks.
Mobility is the next revolution. Like the primitive soup, all the ingredients are now... Blender 2.5 Lighting and Rendering
Each chapter develops a different aspect of a Blender technique. The book is essentially a step-by-step tutorial, which builds up your knowledge throughout. It has practical examples such as lighting a tricycle in open space, lighting a wine bottle on a table, and lighting a room that has a lamp as well as sunlight coming in through the...
Java I/O Because it doesn't provide a printf() function like C/C++, some developers think Java isn't up to snuff with files and streams. Author Rusty Harold Elliotte argues against this notion in Java I/O, a book that shows how Java's stream support can help simplify network programming, internationalization, and even compression and... Origins of Objectivity
My primary aim in this book is to understand and explain origins of representational aspects of mind, particularly in representation of the physical world. Under what conditions does accurate objective representation of the physical world begin? Since the inquiry centers on what it is to represent the physical world in this initial way, and...
Information Warfare and Organizational Decision-Making Organizations are among the most valuable and yet most fragile structures of our civilization. We rely on organizations to obtain information, to comprehend and process information, to accumulate and internalize information, to make decisions based in part on that information, and to execute those decisions. Organizations are ubiquitous because...
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