The Camera (Ansel Adams Photography, Book 1) The Camera, together with The Negative and The Print, comprise The Ansel Adams Photography Series, a legendary triad of books about photographic technique that has become the most influential "how-to"series on photography ever written. The first edition of this series was completed in the 1950s. Adams completely revised and updated it... Compiler Design (International Computer Science Series) Provides a comprehensive, modern approach to the design and construction of compilers. Includes in-depth coverage of compiler generation methods for lexical, syntax and semantic analysis.
About the Author
Reinhard Wilhelm is Professor of Computer Science at the University of the Saarland in...
Advanced Programming Language Design This book stems in part from courses taught at the University of Kentucky
and at the University of Wisconsin–Madison on programming language design.
There are many good books that deal with the subject at an undergraduate
level, but there are few that are suitable for a one-semester graduatelevel
course. This book is my...
Immunopharmacology of Platelets (Handbook of Immunopharmacology)
Although anucleated, blood platelets are extraordinarily
efficient cells and still the subject of fruitful investigations
in haematology, in vascular physiology, in biochemistry,
and more recently in immunology and in physiopathology
where their metabolism has been implicated
as a source of potential effector compounds. It... Inside Ole (Microsoft Programming Series) In writing this book, I assumed that readers are familiar with the Windows API (primarily the Win32 API) because OLE itself, unlike Win32, is not a technology for writing a complete application (although you could build one out of OLE components). I don't describe how to use Windows API functions, nor do I describe any of the intricate details of...
Law in a Digital World In Life on the Mississippi, Mark Twain described his lifelong fascination with the Mississippi River and with the influence that the river had on the people and towns in the surrounding area. Through a series of stories and anecdotes about river life, Twain portrays the river not simply as a moving body of water, as a geographical entity, but as a... MacIntosh Technology in the Common Hardware Reference Platform This book presents specifications and standards for the Apple Macintosh technology cited in the PowerPC Microprocessor Common Hardware Reference Platform (CHRP) specification.
The CHRP specification is a joint publication of Apple Computer, Inc., International Business Machines Corporation, and Motorola, Inc. It defines a common hardware...
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