



Forest Analytics with R: An Introduction (Use R!)
R is an opensource and free software environment for statistical computing
and graphics. R compiles and runs on a wide variety of UNIX platforms
(e.g., GNU/Linux and FreeBSD), Windows, and Mac OSX. Since the late
1990s, R has been developed by hundreds of contributors and new capabilities
are added each month....   The C Puzzle Book
The C Puzzle Book is an excellent choice for all programmers who want to expand on their basic knowledge of the C programming language. Completely compliant with ANSI C, this book has been designed to help readers gain a more thorough understanding of the C syntax and semantics through interesting puzzles that challenge the readers'...   

Data Structures and Algorithms in C++
Strengthen your understanding of data structures and their algorithms for the foundation you need to successfully design, implement and maintain virtually any software system. Theoretical, yet practical, DATA STRUCUTRES AND ALGORITHMS IN C++, 4E by experienced author Adam Drosdek highlights the fundamental connection between data structures and...     Systems Engineering Agile Design Methodologies
This book examines the paradigm of the engineering design process. The author discusses agile systems and engineering design. The book captures the entire design process (function bases), context, and requirements to affect real reuse. It provides a methodology for an engineering design process foundation for modern and future systems design.... 


One Hundred Physics Visualizations Using MATLAB (with DVDRom)
This book provides visualizations of many topics in general physics. The aim is to have an interactive MATLAB script wherein the user can vary parameters in a specific problem and then immediately see the outcome by way of dynamic "movies" of the response of the system in question. MATLAB tools are used throughout and the software...   Maple and Mathematica: A Problem Solving Approach for Mathematics
In the history of mathematics there are many situations in which calculations
were performed incorrectly for important practical applications.
Let us look at some examples, the history of computing the number π
began in Egypt and Babylon about 2000 years BC, since then many
mathematicians have calculated π (e.g.,...   


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