BIM and Big Data for Construction Cost Management
This book is designed to help practitioners and students in a wide range of construction project management professions to understand what building information modelling (BIM) and big data could mean for them and how they should prepare to work successfully on BIM-compliant projects and maintain their competencies in this essential...
IET Wiring Regulations: Electric Wiring for Domestic Installers
This book is essential reading for anyone studying towards Domestic Installer status with an approval body such as NICEIC, NAPIT or ELECSA, in line with Part P of the Building Regulations, and also serves as a handy pocket guide to best practice for electricians. Although not intended as a DIY manual, non-qualified persons will...
Soft Computing in Data Science: 4th International Conference, SCDS 2018, Bangkok, Thailand, August 15-16, 2018, Proceedings (Communications in Computer and Information Science)
We are pleased to present the proceeding of the 4th International Conference on Soft
Computing in Data Science 2018 (SCDS 2018). SCDS 2018 was held in Chulalongkorn
University, in Bangkok, Thailand, during August 15–16, 2018. The theme
of the conference was “Science in Analytics: Harnessing Data and...
Stylish F#: Crafting Elegant Functional Code for .NET and .NET Core
Why just get by in F# when you can program in style! This book goes beyond syntax and into design. It provides F# developers with best practices, guidance, and advice to write beautiful, maintainable, and correct code.
Stylish F# covers every design decision that a developer makes in constructing F#...
Propeller Programming: Using Assembler, Spin, and C
Learn to program the Propeller in Spin and C and how to map the Propeller Assembler (PASM) language from other high-level languages you might know.
The overall task you will pursue in the book is to implement a Delta Compression algorithm: first in Spin, then in PASM, then in C. Along the way, you'll review...
A Tutorial Introduction to VHDL Programming
This book helps readers create good VHDL descriptions and simulate VHDL designs. It teaches VHDL using selected sample problems, which are solved step by step and with precise explanations, so that readers get a clear idea of what a good VHDL code should look like.
The book is divided into eight chapters, covering aspects...
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