Web and Wireless Geographical Information Systems: 10th International Symposium
Continuing advances in the development of wireless and Internet technologies generate ever increasing interest in the diffusion, usage, and processing of georeferenced data of all types. Spatially-aware wireless and Internet devices also offer new ways of accessing and analyzing geo-spatial information in both realworld and virtual spaces....
This book was written by Michael Margolis with Nick Weldin to help you explore the amazing things you can do with Arduino.
Arduino is a family of microcontrollers (tiny computers) and a software creation environment that makes it easy for you to create programs (called sketches) that can interact with the physical world. Things you...
An Introduction to Parallel Programming
Parallel hardware has been ubiquitous for some time now. It’s difficult to find a laptop,
desktop, or server that doesn’t use a multicore processor. Beowulf clusters are
nearly as common today as high-powered workstations were during the 1990s, and
cloud computing could make distributed-memory systems as accessible as...
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