An Insight To Computers

Author: S. Anandamurugan
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This book is intended for use by new students taking courses related to computers. The book is structured as an introductory book, but it is designed to be accessible to a wide audience. This book uses a simple approach for better understanding via the help of diagrams. This book can be used as an introductory text to computers by advanced undergraduate or graduate students in computer science or related disciplines such as computer engineering, computer technology and information technology.

Fundamentals Of Software Engineering

Author: Hitesh Mohapatra
Editor: BPB Publications
ISBN: 9388511778
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Practical Handbook to understand the hidden language of computer hardware and software DESCRIPTION This book teaches the essentials of software engineering to anyone who wants to become an active and independent software engineer expert. It covers all the software engineering fundamentals without forgetting a few vital advanced topics such as software engineering with artificial intelligence, ontology, and data mining in software engineering. The primary goal of the book is to introduce a limited number of concepts and practices which will achieve the following two objectives: Teach students the skills needed to execute a smallish commercial project. Provide students with the necessary conceptual background for undertaking advanced studies in software engineering through courses or on their own. KEY FEATURES - This book contains real-time executed examples along with case studies. - Covers advanced technologies that are intersectional with software engineering. - Easy and simple language, crystal clear approach, and straight forward comprehensible presentation. - Understand what architecture design involves, and where it fits in the full software development life cycle. - Learning and optimizing the critical relationships between analysis and design. - Utilizing proven and reusable design primitives and adapting them to specific problems and contexts. WHAT WILL YOU LEARN This book includes only those concepts that we believe are foundational. As executing a software project requires skills in two dimensions—engineering and project management—this book focuses on crucial tasks in these two dimensions and discuss the concepts and techniques that can be applied to execute these tasks effectively. WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR The book is primarily intended to work as a beginner’s guide for Software Engineering in any undergraduate or postgraduate program. It is directed towards students who know the program but have not had formal exposure to software engineering. The book can also be used by teachers and trainers who are in a similar state—they know some programming but want to be introduced to the systematic approach of software engineering. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introductory Concepts of Software Engineering 2. Modelling Software Development Life Cycle 3. Software Requirement Analysis and Specification 4. Software Project Management Framework 5. Software Project Analysis and Design 6. Object-Oriented Analysis and Design 7. Designing Interfaces & Dialogues and Database Design 8. Coding and Debugging 9. Software Testing 10. System Implementation and Maintenance 11.Reliability 12. Software Quality 13. CASE and Reuse 14. Recent Trends and Development in Software Engineering 15. Model Questions with Answers

Computer Graphics And Multimedia Insights Mathematical Models And Programming Paradigms

Author: EVANGELINE, D.
Editor: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN: 8120352238
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Nowadays, Computer Graphics and Multimedia have become crucial areas of study in the field of Computer Science and Information Technology. The commercial and academic viability of the field can be understood from its usability and application in various areas, including entertainment, education, image processing, CAD/CAM, fine arts, and so on. Students not only need to have a firm grounding in these fields but also have to learn how to integrate these technologies to get the desired results. This book, written in an easy-to-grasp style, equips the readers with all the basic and advanced concepts of computer graphics and multimedia. Inclusion of sufficient programs relating to C, OpenGL, VRML, Python Turtle Graphics and GKS helps the readers in generating realistic images. The text not only incorporates standard algorithms but also keeps pace with the newly invented ones. It provides an insight into graphics programming using various software packages. In most of the chapters, a number of solved numerical problems are provided to help students learn the practical applications of the preceding concept. Primarily intended for the undergraduate and postgraduate students of Computer Science and Engineering, Information Technology, and Mechanical Engineering, the book is equally useful for the students opting BCA, MCA, B.Sc. (CS/IT), M.Sc. (CS/IT) and Multimedia courses.

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Insight Through Computing

Author: Charles F. Van Loan
Editor: SIAM
ISBN: 0898717647
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This introduction to computer-based problem-solving using the MATLAB environment is highly recommended for students wishing to learn the concepts and develop the programming skills that are fundamental to computational science and engineering (CSE). Through a 'teaching by examples' approach, the authors pose strategically chosen problems to help first-time programmers learn these necessary concepts and skills. Each section formulates a problem and then introduces those new MATLAB language features that are necessary to solve it. This approach puts problem-solving and algorithmic thinking first and syntactical details second. Each solution is followed by a 'talking point' that concerns some related, larger issue associated with CSE. Collectively, the worked examples, talking points, and 300+ homework problems build intuition for the process of discretization and an appreciation for dimension, inexactitude, visualization, randomness, and complexity. This sets the stage for further coursework in CSE areas.

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Computers In Africa Telecoms Update

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Insights Into Personal Computers

Author: Amar Gupta
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A Quick Reference To Data Structures And Computer Algorithms

Author: Raji Ramakrishnan Nair
Editor: BPB Publications
ISBN: 9388176588
File Size: 55,89 MB
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For beginners to level up Core Programming Skills DESCRIPTION The book gives full understanding of theoretical topic and easy implementation in programming. The book is going to help students in self-learning of data structures and in understanding how these concepts are implemented in programs. It contains lot of figures, which will help students to visualize the concept effectively. Diagrams help students to understand how the programs involving data structure concepts are implemented within the computer system. Algorithms are included to clear the concept of data structure. Each algorithm is explained with figures to make student clearer about the concept. Sample data set is taken and step by step execution of algorithm is provided in the book to ensure the in – depth knowledge of students about the concept discussed. KEY FEATURES Simple and easy to understand. Useful for any level of students including B.E., BTech, MCA, BCA, B.Sc. (Computer Science), etc. Algorithms used in the book are well explained and illustrated step by step. Help students in understanding how data structures are implemented in programs. Each module contains question bank which includes questions for competitive examinations like UGC-NET, placement drives, and so on. WHAT WILL YOU LEARN New features and essential of Algorithms and Arrays. Linked List, its type and implementation. Stacks and Queues Trees and Graphs Searching and Sorting Greedy method Beauty of Blockchain WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR This book is useful for all the students of B. Tech, B.E., MCA, BCA, B.Sc. (Computer Science), and so on. Person with basic knowledge in this field can understand the concept from the beginning of the book itself. We think our book is one of a kind. We are trying to connect the past and the present here. The last module of our book is focussing on BLOCKCHAIN. It explains the concepts of blockchain through a different dimension, that is, explaining the data structure aspect of blockchain. Table of Contents 1. Algorithm and Arrays 2. Linked Lists 3. Stacks and queues 4. Trees and Graphs 5. Searching and Sorting 6. Greedy Method 7. Beauty of Blockchain

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Making Poor Nations Rich

Author: Benjamin Powell
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Why do some nations become rich while others remain poor? Traditional mainstream economic growth theory has done little to answer this question—during most of the twentieth century the theory focused on models that assumed growth was a simple function of labor, capital, and technology. Through a collection of case studies from Asia and Africa to Latin America and Europe, Making Poor Nations Rich argues for examining the critical role entrepreneurs and the institutional environment of private property rights and economic freedom play in economic development. Making Poor Nations Rich begins by explaining how entrepreneurs create economic growth and why some institutional environments encourage more productive entrepreneurship than others. The volume then addresses countries and regions that have failed to develop because of barriers to entrepreneurship. Finally, the authors turn to countries that have developed by reforming their institutional environment to protect private property rights and grant greater levels of economic freedom. The overall lesson from this volume is clear: pro-market reforms are essential to promoting the productive entrepreneurship that leads to economic growth. In countries where this institutional environment is lacking, sustained economic development will remain illusive.

Hoover S Handbook Of American Business 2007

Author: Hoovers Inc
Editor: Hoovers Incorporated
ISBN: 9781573111140
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Computers In Libraries

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Computer Part 3

Author: ENGINEER ARPIT JAIN
Editor: TULSI SAHITYA PUBLICATIONS
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There has been an attempt to make this book survive through rapidly changing IT World. As you must know, computer world is evolving at a great pace so we should prepare for the latest technologies. Super Computer is a series of computer books for primary and middle class students providing an insight into the world of computer technology. All the textbooks have been designed to make the learning engaging and interactive.

Computers In Medicine

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Pc World

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Computer Part 8

Author: ENGINEER ARPIT JAIN
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There has been an attempt to make this book survive through rapidly changing IT World. As you must know, computer world is evolving at a great pace so we should prepare for the latest technologies. Super Computer is a series of computer books for primary and middle class students providing an insight into the world of computer technology. All the textbooks have been designed to make the learning engaging and interactive.