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Blueprint for a Successful Presentation PDF Print E-mail

Author:  Biswajit Tripathy

This Book helps to discover useful tips and suggestions for preparing a successful presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint. It begins where all others have chosen to end.

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Capability-Based Computer Systems PDF Print E-mail

Author: Steven M. Rubin

The purpose of this book is to provide a single source of information about capability-based computer systems. This book is an introduction, a survey, a history, and an evaluation of capability, and object-based computer systems. It is intended for students, computer professionals, and computer-system designers. The book assumes a knowledge of the assembly-level architecture of at least one computer, an under standing of memory addressing and virtual memory systems, and some familiarity with operating systems.

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Communicating Sequential Processes PDF Print E-mail

Author:  C. A. R. Hoare

ISBN: 0131532715

This book is an introduction to CSP (Communicating Sequential Processes), a formal language used to describe parallel systems. The language and this book was authored by the same person, C. A. R. Hoare, a well known figure who discovered the QuickSort algorithm in 1959 and led a team in the design and delivery of the first commercial compiler for the programming language, the Algol 60, in 1960. The ultimate objective of the book is to convey an insight which will enable the reader to see both current and future problems in a fresh light, in which they can be more efficiently and more reliably solved; and even better, they can sometimes be avoided.

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Complexity Theory PDF Print E-mail

Author: Johan Håstad

The main idea of the book has been to give the broad picture of modern complexity theory, define the basic complexity classes and give some examples of each complexity class.

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Complexity Theory: A Modern Approach PDF Print E-mail

Author: Sanjeev Arora and Boaz Barak

This book aims to describe such recent achievements of complexity theory in the context of the classical results. It is intended to be a text and as well as a reference for self-study. This means it must simultaneously cater to many audiences, and it is carefully designed with that goal. The book will explain the context in which a certain notion is useful, and why things are defined in a certain way. Examples and solved exercises accompany key definitions.

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