

Algorithms for Parallel Polygon Rendering (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)This book is the result of the research in the implementation of polygonbased graphics operations on certain general purpose parallel processors; the aim is to provide a speedup over sequential implementations of the graphics operations concerned, and the resulting software can be viewed as a subset of the application suites of the relevant...   C Programming Language, 2nd Ed
The computing world has undergone a revolution since the publication of The Ð¡ Programming Language in 1978. Big computers are much bigger, and personal computers have capabilities that rival the mainframes of a decade ago. During this time, Ð¡ has changed too, although only modestly, and it has spread far beyond its origins as the...   Handbook of Boolean Algebras, Volume 2
This Handbook treats those parts of the theory of Boolean algebras of most interest to pure mathematicians: the settheoretical abstract theory and applications and relationships to measure theory, topology, and logic. It is divided into two parts (published in three volumes). Part I (volume 1) is a comprehensive, selfcontained introduction... 

How To Talk So People Listen: The Real Key to Job Success
Whether making a presentation or dealing one on one, interacting at a meeting or just answering questions, do others listen when you talk? This book explains how to communicate successfully so people listen, understand, and are persuaded. It is a comprehensive guide to every aspect of communicating in the workplace and...   CryptanalysisThorough, systematic introduction to serious cryptography, especially strong in modern forms of cipher solution used by experts. Nihilist, grille, U. S. Army, keyphrase, multiplealphabet, Gronsfeld, Porta, Beaufort, periodic ciphers, and more. Simple and advanced methods. 166 specimens to solve — with solutions....   Surface Acoustic Wave Devices and Their Signal Processing Applications
The suggestion for writing this book came from my longtime friend,
Professor Colin diCenzo, FIEEE, to whom I owe many thanks for his
encouragement. The outline of the book was started many years ago, as a
somewhat sparse series o f lecture notes that I used in support of an electrical
engineering graduate course at McMaster... 

  Building Expert Systems in Prolog (Springer Compass International)This book is aimed at the Prolog programmer interested in either building expert systems or experimenting with various expert system techniques. Dennis Merritt chooses a stepbystep approach to building systems, explaining the concepts and showing the Prolog code at each stage. The book builds on simple beginning systems and progresses up to...   


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