The Information System Consultant's Handbook: Systems Analysis and Design The Information System Consultant's Handbook familiarizes systems analysts, systems designers, and information systems consultants with underlying principles, specific documentation, and methodologies.Corresponding to the primary stages in the systems development life cycle, the book divides into eight sections:oPrinciplesoInformation Gathering and...
Inside the Microsoft Windows 98 Registry Fortunately, most of us don't need to fiddle with the Registry. But if it's your job, this book is the reference you'll want to have close by. The book-and-CD set provides an overview, starting from the baseline tools of the Registry that are directly accessible, like RegEdit and .INF files. Concepts and recurring features of the Registry are... Guide to Neural Computing Applications (Hodder Arnold Publication) An excellent tutorial and practical users guide - far more accessible than the competition.,Professor Alan F. Murray, University of Edinburgh, UK. ... deserves a place on the neural network practitioners bookshelf ...,Proceedings of the Institution of Electrical Engineers,
Neural networks have shown enormous potential for...
Problems in Real Analysis, Second Edition
This book contains complete solutions to the 609 problems in the third edition
of Principles of Real Analysis, Academic Press, 1998. The problems have been
spread over forty sections which follow the format of the book.
All solutions are based on the material covered in the text with frequent refer
ences to the...
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Companion Handbook
This handbook accompanies the first edition of our text Pediatric
Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide. The purpose
of the handbook is to provide an on-the-spot summary of the
clinical problem for the student, resident, or clinician. The handbook
does not replace the text. Rather, it addresses the need for
a more... Erdos on Graphs : His Legacy of Unsolved Problems A tribute to Paul Erdos, the wandering mathematician once described as the prince of problem solvers & the absolute monarch of problem posers, examines within the context of his personality & lifestyle the legacy of open problems he left to the world of mathematics after his death in 1996. DLC: Graph theory.
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