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Computer technology combines the hardware of computers and computer-controlled devices with software—operating systems, authoring tools, expert systems, and courseware—to support training technology.
The principle of the modern computer was proposed by Alan Turing in his seminal 1936 paper, On Computable Numbers. Turing proposed a simple device that he called “Universal Computing machine” and that is now known as a universal Turing machine. He proved that such a machine is capable of computing anything that is computable by executing instructions (program) stored on tape, allowing the machine to be programmable. The fundamental concept of Turing’s design is the stored program, where all the instructions for computing are stored in memory. Von Neumann acknowledged that the central concept of the modern computer was due to this paper. Turing machines are to this day a central object of study in theory of computation. Except for the limitations imposed by their finite memory stores, modern computers are said to be Turing-complete, which is to say, they have algorithm execution capability equivalent to a universal Turing machine.
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Web Development with Clojure, 3rd Edition by Dmitri Sotnikov
Today, developers are increasingly adopting Clojure as a web-development platform. See for yourself what makes Clojure so desirable, as you create a series of web apps of growing complexity, exploring the full process of web development using a modern functional language.
Thinking Machines by Shigeyuki Takano
Thinking Machines: Machine Learning and Its Hardware Implementation covers the theory and application of machine learning, neuromorphic computing and neural networks. This is the first book that focuses on machine learning accelerators and hardware development for machine learning. It presents not only a summary of the latest trends and examples of machine learning hardware and basic knowledge of machine learning in general, but also the main issues involved in its implementation.
The Myth of Artificial Intelligence by Erik J. Larson
“Artificial intelligence has always inspired outlandish visions—that AI is going to destroy us, save us, or at the very least radically transform us. Erik Larson exposes the vast gap between the actual science underlying AI and the dramatic claims being made for it. This is a timely, important, and even essential book.” —John Horgan, author of The End of Science Many futurists insist that AI will soon achieve human levels of intelligence. From there, it will quickly eclipse the most gifted human mind. The Myth of Artificial Intelligence argues that such claims are just that: myths. We are not on the path to developing truly intelligent machines. We don’t even know where that path might be.
The Basics of Information Security, 2nd Ed by Jason Andress
The Basics of Information Security gives you clear non technical explanations of how infosec works and how to apply these principles whether you’re in the IT field or want to understand how it affects your career and business. The new Second Edition has been updated for the latest trends and threats, including new material on many infosec subjects.
The Cloud Developer Workbook by Ryan H. Lewis
Overwhelmed with learning AWS and unsure of where to start? Written specifically for software developers, The Cloud Developer Workbook contains 130+ pages with 100 hands-on exercises and tips to build your AWS cloud skills and guide you on your journey to becoming a cloud developer.
Take Control of Scrivener 3 by Kirk McElhearn
In this book, best-selling author Kirk McElhearn walks you through setting up, organizing, writing, formatting, revising, and compiling a Scrivener project, whether you’re working on a Mac, a Windows PC, or in iOS/iPadOS.
Smart and Sustainable Intelligent Systems by Namita Gupta
The world is experiencing an unprecedented period of change and growth through all the electronic and technilogical developments and everyone on the planet has been impacted. What was once ‘science fiction’, today it is a reality. This book explores the world of many of once unthinkable advancements by explaining current technologies in great detail.
Supercharge Your Slack Productivity by David Markovich
Build Slack bots to automate your work and enhance your team’s productivity with Salesforce-powered Slack in a faster, better organized, and more secure way Key Features Get to grips with setting up and creating Slack bots for your organization Integrate Slack with tools such as nTask and Tettra to manage all your applications in one place Understand when to buy and when to build bots Book Description Slack is an online communication tool that allows workplace teams to collaborate efficiently, effectively, and securely.
Samsung Galaxy S21 For Dummies by Bill Hughes
Feeling hamstrung by your new Samsung? Figure out how to navigate your new phone in no time Your Samsung Galaxy comes packed with features you’ll use every day, and Samsung Galaxy S21 For Dummies is your guide to exploring them. What do you want to do first? Send a text or email? Take photos and videos? Make a basic call? Play games? Shop? This handy guide can help you do all that and so much more.
Python Programming by T.L.John
Even bad code can function. But if code isn’t clean, it can bring a development organization to its knees. Every year, countless hours and significant resources are lost because of poorly written code. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Noted software expert Robert C. Martin presents a revolutionary paradigm with Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship.
Python Basics by David Amos
Make the Leap From Beginner to Intermediate in Python… Python Basics: A Practical Introduction to Python 3 Your Complete Python Curriculum—With Exercises, Interactive Quizzes, and Sample Projects What should you learn about Python in the beginning to get a strong foundation? With Python Basics, you’ll not only cover the core concepts you really need to know, but you’ll also learn them in the most efficient order with the help of practical exercises and interactive quizzes.
Python 3 for Science and Engineering by Felix Bittmann
If you have mastered the basics of Python and are wanting to explore the language in more depth, this book is for you. By means of concrete examples used in different applications, the book illustrates many aspects of programming (e.g. algorithms, recursion, data structures) and helps problem-solving strategies. Including general ideas and solutions, the specifics of Python and how these can be practically applied are discussed.
Practical Machine Learning in Python by Malcolm Gloyer
Recent technology developments have facilitated machine learning on laptops. Most publications on this subject concentrate on teaching technology by using trivial examples to help readers understand the technological concepts resulting in technical proficiency but a lack of understanding how to (or being overwhelmed by the complexity when starting to) apply machine learning to real world problems. This book will deal with both the technology and the practical application of machine learning technology by explaining, via case studies presented in the appendices, how machine learning can be implemented to demonstrate artificial intelligence and draw inference from practical, real world problems.
Next Level Cybersecurity by Sai Huda
Even with over $100 billion spent each year on security, attackers break in. They stay hidden and steal data or disrupt with ransomware. Can anything be done to stop the hack? The answer is yes. Intensive reviews of the world’s largest hacks uncovered the secret: detect attackers’ signals early. This book reveals what those signals are and shows how to detect them.
Microsoft Excel 2019 by Mark Page T.Hopper
MICROSOFT EXCEL 2019 – The Ultimate, Comprehensive, And Step-By-Step Training Book To Learn Microsoft Excel And Master Data Analysis And Business Modeling, For Beginners And Advanced.
Machine Learning in Browser by Nagender Kumar Suryadevara
Learn Python Visually by Tristan Bunn
This beginners book introduces non-programmers to the fundamentals of computer coding within a visual, arts-focused context. Tristan Bunn’s remarkably effective teaching approach is designed to help you visualize core programming concepts while you make cool pictures, animations, and simulations using Python Mode for the open-source Processing development environment.
Machine Learning for Decision by Patanjali Kashyap
Take a deep dive into the concepts of machine learning as they apply to contemporary business and management. You will learn how machine learning techniques are used to solve fundamental and complex problems in society and industry.
Introduction to Digital Communications by Joachim Speidel
This book offers students, scientists and engineers an extensive introduction to the theoretical fundamentals of digital communications, covering single input single output (SISO), multiple input multiple output (MIMO), and time-variant systems. Further, the main content is supplemented by a wealth of representative examples and computer simulations.
Learn Python In 24 Hours For Beginners by S Basu
This book is a beginner’s guide to Python Programming Language. I have explained all the topics in a simple, concise and easy language with thorough examples, codes and have tried my best to make the learning process informative and interesting at the same time. If you want to gain an in-depth understanding, it is quite a simple book for the job. In addition, it is a good way to get started with learning Python Programming Language.
Knowledge Graphs by Mayank Kejriwal
A rigorous and comprehensive textbook covering the major approaches to knowledge graphs, an active and interdisciplinary area within artificial intelligence.
Introduction to Machine Learning by Hicham, Mohamed Ibnalkadi
One cannot imagine the future without understanding the treasure of Machine Learning. It is the science of making machines or computers act in unprecedented situations without being programmed. The primary aim of machine learning is to make independent decisions based on the available data through millions of calculations and analysis. It gets done through artificial intelligence or deep learning. These applications create a machine to learn patterns and infer the given information with the least human intervention.
How Video Works 2nd Edition by Marcus Weise
How Video Works has been a bible for professionals in the video world since 1985. It offers easy to understand explanations of the entire world of video. A complete guide from analog video to all the new digital technologies, including HD, compression, and encoding.
Hello Web Design by Tracy Osborn
This book democratizes web development for everyone. It’s a fun, clever guide that covers all of the key design principles, best practices, useful shortcuts, pro tips, real-world examples, and basic coding tutorials needed to produce a beautiful website that you’ll feel confident sharing with the world. Because you, too, can design for the web! Hello Web Design contains everything you need to feel comfortable doing your own web development, including an abundance of real-life website examples that will inspire and motivate you. No need to spend time and money hiring an expensive graphic designer; this book will walk you through the fundamentals – and shortcuts – you need to do it all yourself, right now.
How Linux Works, 3rd Edition by Brian Ward
Best-selling guide to the inner workings of the Linux operating system with over 50,000 copies sold since its original release in 2014.
Ham Radio For Dummies by H. Ward Silver
Respond to the call of ham radio Despite its old-school reputation, amateur radio is on the rise, and the airwaves are busier than ever.
Google Adwords For Beginners by Elinda Lara
This is the excellent ebook on AdWords, period. Plus, it’s a dang proper ebook on web marketing. Not solely can you use it to faucet Google’s massive traffic stream, you’ll additionally convert the thundering hordes of site visitors into customers and earnings in your pocket. Do what I do—don’t simply purchase and use it yourself, purchase copies for your friends!”
Getting Started with Coding, 2nd Edition by Camille McCue
Genetic Algorithms in Elixir by Sean Moriarity
From finance to artificial intelligence, genetic algorithms are a powerful tool with a wide array of applications. But you don’t need an exotic new language or framework to get started; you can learn about genetic algorithms in a language you’re already familiar with. Join us for an in-depth look at the algorithms, techniques, and methods that go into writing a genetic algorithm.
Explore Software Defined Radio by Wolfram Donat
Do you want to be able to receive satellite images using nothing but your computer, an old TV antenna, and a $20 USB stick? Now you can. At last, the technology exists to turn your computer into a super radio receiver, capable of tuning in to FM, shortwave, amateur “ham,” and even satellite frequencies, around the world and above it. Listen to police, fire, and aircraft signals, both in the clear and encoded. And with the book’s advanced antenna design, there’s no limit to the signals you can receive. Combine your desktop or laptop computer with easy-to-find, Software Defined Radio (SDR) equipment, and tune in a wide range of signals in no time at all. Then, go one step further by converting a Raspberry Pi into your own dedicated SDR device.
Excel Crash Course for Engineers by Eklas Hossain
Excel Crash Course for Engineers is a reader-friendly introductory guide to the features, functions, and applications of Microsoft Excel in engineering. The book provides readers with real-world examples and exercises that are directly related to engineering, and offers highly illustrated, step-by-step demonstrations of techniques to solve and visualize engineering problems and situations. The book includes an introduction to MS Excel, along with in-depth coverage of graphing and charting, functions and formulae, Excel’s Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) programming language, and engineering data analysis. This powerful tutorial is a great resource for students, engineers, and other busy technical professionals who need to quickly acquire a solid understanding of Excel.
Excel Basics For Beginners by Henry E. Mejia
This is the 1st Book in the EXCEL FOR BEGINNERS SERIES!
Becoming a Pro at Excel is paramount to increase your productivity and achieve higher levels at work. With this book you will achieve exactly that! By using Excel BASICS FOR BEGINNERS you can get more out of your time at work because this book focuses on the 20% that produces 80% of the results, that way you will get results fast. DIFFERENTIATION FACTORS OF EXCEL BASICS FOR BEGINNERS ✓ BECOME PROFICIENT AT EXCEL THIS VERY WEEK, in less than 10 hours!
Closing the Analytics Talent Gap by Jennifer Priestley
How can we recruit out of your program? We have a project – how do we reach out to your students? If we do research together who owns it? We have employees who need to “upskill” in analytics – can you help me with that? How much does all of this cost? Managers and executives are increasingly asking university professors such questions as they deal with a critical shortage of skilled data analysts.
Creating and Managing Virtual by Dr Hidaia Mahmood Alassouli
Microsoft Azure, commonly referred to as Azureis a cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications and services through Microsoft-managed data centers. It provides software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and supports many different programming languages, tools, and frameworks, including both Microsoft-specific and third-party software and systems.
Cleaning Data for Effective Data Science by David Mertz
A comprehensive guide for data scientists to master effective data cleaning tools and techniques Key Features Master data cleaning techniques in a language-agnostic manner Learn from intriguing hands-on examples from numerous domains, such as biology, weather data, demographics, physics, time series, and image processing Work with detailed, commented, well-tested code samples in Python and R Book Description It is something of a truism in data science, data analysis, or machine learning that most of the effort needed to achieve your actual purpose lies in cleaning your data.
Building Secure Cars by Dennis Kengo Oka
Explores how the automotive industry can address the increased risks of cyberattacks and incorporate security into the software development lifecycle While increased connectivity and advanced software-based automotive systems provide tremendous benefits and improved user experiences, they also make the modern vehicle highly susceptible to cybersecurity attacks.
Blockchain and Banking by Pierluigi Martino
This book explores blockchain technology’s impact on banks, particularly how blockchain technology can create new opportunities for banks and poses new threats to their business. The digital revolution in the banking industry, whose customers are increasingly adapting to new technologies and new types of competitors and solutions arising in the space, has had a significant impact on the banking industry over the past few years, requiring banks to substantially rethink their business models and strategies in order to cope with these developments.
Better Embedded System Software by Philip Koopman
This book distills the experience of more than 90 design reviews on real embedded systems into a set of bite-size lessons learned in the areas of software development process, requirements, architecture, design, implementation, verification & validation, and critical system properties. Each chapter describes an area that tends to be a problem in embedded system design, symptoms that tend to indicate you need to make changes, the risks of not fixing problems in this area, and concrete ways to make your embedded system software better.
Azure Data Engineering Cookbook by Ahmad Osama
Over 90 recipes to help data scientists and AI engineers orchestrate modern ETL/ELT workflows and perform analytics using Azure services more easily Key Features Discover how to work with different SQL and NoSQL data stores in Microsoft Azure Create and execute real-time processing solutions using Azure Databricks, Azure Stream Analytics, and Azure Data Explorer Design and execute batch processing solutions using Azure Data Factory Book Description Data engineering is a growing field that focuses on preparing data for analysis.
Augmented and Mixed Reality for Communities by Joshua A. Fisher
Using mixed and augmented reality in communities is an emerging media practice that is reshaping how we interact with our cities and neighbors. From the politics of city hall to crosswalks and playgrounds, mixed and augmented reality will offer a diverse range of new ways to interact with our communities. In 2016, apps for augmented reality politics began to appear in app stores.
Architecting Google Cloud Solutions by Victor Dantas
This book will help you design, develop, and manage robust, secure, and dynamic solutions to successfully meet your business needs. You’ll learn how to plan and design network, compute, storage, and big data systems that incorporate security and compliance from the ground up.
Basics of Hacking and Penetration by Patrick Engebretson
The Basics of Hacking and Penetration Testing, 2nd Ed. serves as an introduction to the steps required to complete a penetration test or perform an ethical hack from beginning to end. No prior hacking experience is needed. You will learn how to properly utilize and interpret the results of modern day hacking tools, which are required to complete a penetration test.