Elements of Quantum Information 'Elements of Quantum Information' introduces the reader to the fascinating field of quantum information processing, which lives on the interface between computer science, physics, mathematics, and engineering. This interdisciplinary branch of science thrives on the use of quantum mechanics as a resource for high potential modern applications. With... The Economics of Mobile Telecommunications This book distils years of work on the mobile telecommunications industry.
I became interested in this industry for professional reasons during the
mid-1990s, a period when the industry was making the jump from a
premium service industry for mostly professional users to a truly mass
market. In my capacity as an applied...
Acoustic Diffusers and Absorbers: Theory, Design and Application Every book tells a story and there is a story behind every book. This story begins in 1980, in the conference room of the laboratory for the structure of matter at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) in Washington, DC, where Peter D’Antonio was employed as a diffraction physicist. Knowing Peter’s interest in music, a colleague handed... Excel 2003 Programming: A Developer's Notebook Light on theory and long on practical application, this guide takes you directly to Excel 2003's new features using a series of hands-on projects. Learn to work with lists and XML data, secure Excel applications, use Visual Studio Tools for Office, consume Web Services, and collect data with Infopath. If you've been curious about Excel 2003, but... Cloud Computing Bible
In the five months that I have been researching and writing Cloud Computing Bible, it has become clear to me that most people recognize that cloud computing is a big deal, even if they are not really clear why that is so. Every day newspaper and magazine articles and radio and TV stories report on cloud computing. The phrase “in the...
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