Windows XP for Home Users, Service Pack 2 Edition Turn on your computer, and there it is--waiting for you to start using it. We're talking, of course, about Windows XP--the world's most ubiquitous operating system--and if you want to make the most of it, you need this thorough, practical guide from veteran author Michael Miller. In this thoroughly updated volume,... RFID in Manufacturing Information systems for manufacturing often follow a three-layer architecture based on an enterprise resource planning (ERP) layer (for order planning), a manufacturing execution system (MES) layer (for factory control), and a shop floor layer (for machine control). Future requirements on flexibility and adaptability require a much closer... WordPress for Business Bloggers
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Mainframe Basics for Security Professionals: Getting Started with RACF Security—it comes in many forms in the IT world: physical security around a data center, user ID authentication when a transaction gets executed, access control against a database, audit records for anomaly detection. All these forms can be bought and paid for, yet, one element must be taught. That is, the human, the person who administers... Theory of Computing: A Gentle Introduction
The theory of computing provides students with a background in the fundamentals of computing with which to achieve a deeper understanding of contemporary computing systems. Computers are evolving and developing at a dizzying rate. Yet, the fundamentals of pattern matching and programming language design and implementation have remained...
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