OpenLayers 2.10 Beginner's Guide
Organizational Patterns of Agile Software Development You will find no books on the bookshelf here that tell you how to start up a new discipline. Software has been seeking its own way as a
relatively young discipline for the past 40 years. Every new discipline struggles to find practices suitable to its survival and growth. Sometimes this struggle is incremental. Sometimes disciplines undergo...
Bayesian Networks in R: with Applications in Systems Biology (Use R!)
While there have been significant advances in capturing data from the entities
across complex real-world systems, their associations and relationships are largely
unknown. Associations between the entities may reveal interesting system-level
properties that may not be apparent otherwise. Often these associations are hypothesized...
Developments in Speech Synthesis Contemporary speech synthesis is perceived as inadequate for general adoption for user interaction, largely because it rests on an inadequate model of human speech production and perception. This book reviews the underlying model, brings out areas of inadequacy and suggests how improvements might be made. It is argued that a greater understanding... The Boundary Element Method with Programming: For Engineers and Scientists This is a thorough, yet understandable text about the boundary element method (BEM), an attractive alternative to the finite element method (FEM). It not only explains the theory, but also deals with the implementation into computer code written in FORTRAN 95 (software can be freely downloaded). Applications range from potential problems to static... PHP & MySQL: Novice to Ninja
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