The AWK Programming Language
Computer users spend a lot of time doing simple, mechanical data manipulation
- changing the format of data, checking its validity, finding items with
some property, adding up numbers, printing reports, and the like. All of these
jobs ought to be mechanized, but it's a real nuisance to have to write a specialpurpose
program in a...
Introduction to Real Analysis
Assuming minimal background on the part of students, this text gradually develops the principles of basic real analysis and presents the background necessary to understand applications used in such disciplines as statistics, operations research, and engineering. The text presents the first elementary exposition of the gauge integral and...
Secondary Surveillance Radar (Artech House Radar Library) Starting with a brief precis of the history of radar, this book concentrates on the principles of Secondary Radar, explaining its genesis during the Second World War, and its subsequent development as a significant feature of modern air travel.
This is followed by a comprehensive description of how Secondary Radar functions. It is clearly...
Parallel Program Design: A Foundation
It is not often that we can welcome the advent of a new theory of programming. Twelve years ago, E.W. Dijkstra published his Discipline of Programming, which is still a definitive source-book on the development of sequential algorithms. And now Chandy and Misra have shown how Dijkstra's methods, and other more recent developments, can be...
Programming in C (Hayden Books C Library) A complete introduction to the C programming language! This bestseller provides comprehensive coverage of the C language.
- Includes language features and over 90 program examples
- Gives step-by-step explanations for all functions
- Explains program looping, decision-making, arrays, functions, and
Telescope Optics : Complete Manual for Amateur Astronomers The authors gratefully acknowledge the help of Klaas Compaan, who was our advisor during the writing of this book. He guarded us against a number of errors and unclarities and also allowed us to publish the data for some of the new optical systems he has designed.
We received further support from Richard Berry, our editor. He invested a...
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