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Multiprocessor Scheduling Theory and Applications

Multiprocessor Scheduling Theory and Applications

Eugene Levner | Computer Sciences
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Published: Dec 2013
Downloads: 162
Pages: 447

This book is the result of an initiative launched by Prof. Vedran Kordic, a major goal of which is to continue a good tradition - to bring together reputable researchers from different countries in order to provide a comprehensive coverage of advanced and modern topics in scheduling not yet...

IP Telephony Cookbook

IP Telephony Cookbook

Saverio Niccolini, Jorg Ott, et al | Computer Sciences
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Format: PDF, ePub, Kindle, TXT
Published: Dec 2013
Downloads: 280
Pages: 228

An overview of IP Telephony Cookbook by the IP Telephony project addressing technical issues for the setup of IP Telephony solutions.


Simply Lift

Simply Lift

David Pollak | Computer Sciences
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Published: Dec 2013
Downloads: 76
Pages: 164

A guide to one of the most powerful, most secure web framework available today designed by WorldWide Conferencing, LLC.

Start Programming Using Object Pascal

Start Programming Using Object Pascal

Motaz Abdel Azeem | Computer Sciences
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Published: Dec 2013
Downloads: 303
Pages: 152

An introduction to elementary Object Pascal programming.

Think Java: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist

Think Java: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist

Allen B. Downey | Computer Sciences
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Format: PDF, ePub, Kindle, TXT
Published: Dec 2013
Downloads: 1943
Pages: 268

A book by Allen B. Downey about Java programming language.

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High Performance Computing

High Performance Computing

Charles Severance | Computer Sciences
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Format: PDF, ePub, Kindle
Published: Dec 2013
Downloads: 471
Pages: 132

The purpose of this book is to teach new programmers and scientists about the basics of High Performance Computing. This book speaks to the practicing chemistry student, physicist, or biologist who need to write and run their programs as part of their research.

Consumer Responses to Colors of E-Commerce Websites: an Empirical Investigation

Consumer Responses to Colors of E-Commerce Websites: an Empirical Investigation

Jean-Eric Pelet, Panagiota Papadopoulou | Computer Sciences
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Published: Jan 2014
Downloads: 132
Pages: 31

A research bringing to the fore the effects of the colors used on e-commerce websites on consumer memorization and buying intention. Two mediating variables ­ stimulation and negative mood ­ helped us to explain how they reinforce these effects.

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