How to Make Maps: An Introduction to Theory and Practice of Cartography
The goal of How to Make Maps is to equip readers with the foundational knowledge of concepts they need to conceive, design, and produce maps in a legible, clear, and coherent manner, drawing from both classical and modern theory in cartography.
This book is appropriate for graduate and undergraduate students who...
Structured Finance Modeling with Object-Oriented VBA (Wiley Finance) Praise for STRUCTURED FINANCE MODELING with Object-Oriented VBA
"This book is an excellent and interesting integration of financial engineering, structured finance, and structured programming, and the book accomplishes this with easy-to-follow examples, using the most commonly available tools, MS VBA and spreadsheets. The author is clearly...
Machine Learning Using R: With Time Series and Industry-Based Use Cases in R
Examine the latest technological advancements in building a scalable machine-learning model with big data using R. This second edition shows you how to work with a machine-learning algorithm and use it to build a ML model from raw data. You will see how to use R programming with TensorFlow, thus avoiding the effort of learning Python...
Continuous Delivery and DevOps: A Quickstart guide
Streamline and optimize your workflow with this fast and engaging guide to continuous delivery and DevOps. Delivering quality software every time will become a way of life.
Real world and realistic examples of how to go about implementing continuous delivery and DevOps
Indirect Searches for New Physics
This is the first book to discuss the search for new physics in charged leptons, neutrons, and quarks in one coherent volume. The area of indirect searches for new physics is highly topical; though no new physics particles have yet been observed directly at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, the methods described in this book will...
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