The Mathematics of Coding Theory
This book is intended to be accessible to undergraduate students with two
years of typical mathematics experience, most likely meaning calculus with a little
linear algebra and differential equations. Thus, specifically, there is no assumption
oLa background inabstr&;t algebra or number theory, nor of probability, nor of
Mobile and Wireless Communications for IMT-Advanced and Beyond
This book was prompted by the desire to fill the gap between theoretical descriptions and a more
pedagogical description of the main technological components of International Mobile Telecommunications
Advanced (IMT-Advanced) such as Radio Resource Management (RRM), Carrier
Aggregation (CA), improved MIMO support, and...
Sets, Logic and Maths for Computing (Undergraduate Topics in Computer Science) This book equips the student with essential intellectual tools that are needed from the very beginning of university studies in computing. These consist of abilities and skills - to pass from a concrete problem to an abstract representation, reason with the abstract structure coherently and usefully, and return with booty to the specific situation....
The Magus a Complete System of Occult Philosophy
1801. In this work, the author has collected many curious and rare studies and ideas in regard to the subject of natural magic, the Cabala, celestial and ceremonial magic, alchemy, and magnetism. Selected contents: use of astrology, amulets and charms, stones, alchemy, the four elements, magnetism, cabalistical magic, the composition of the...
Sucessful Packaged Software Implementation Whether it is called shrink-wrapped software or given an acronym like
COTS (commercial off the shelf), there is no doubt that the use of packaged
software is an important part of most information technology (IT) departments’
application development strategy. Companies have embraced the
concept of vendor-supplied software,...
Decision Analysis for Management Judgment In an increasingly complex world, decision analysis has a major role
to play in helping decision makers to gain a greater understanding of
the problems they face. The main aim of this book is to make decision
analysis accessible to its largest group of potential users: managers
and administrators in business and public sector...
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