- Alcatel-Lucent Scalable IP Networks Self-Study Guide
- Ubiquitous Computing Fundamentals
- Windows 7 All-in-One For Dummies
- Photoshop CS4 QuickSteps
- Mathematics for Computer Scientists
- Linux Email: Set Up and Run a Small Office Email Server
- jQuery UI 1.7: The User Interface Library for jQuery
- HTML, XHTML & CSS QuickSteps
- Types for Proofs and Programs: International Conference, TYPES 2008
- Matplotlib for Python Developers
Posted: 22 Nov 2009 05:56 PM PST
By offering the new Service Routing Certification Program, Alcatel-Lucent is extending their reach and knowledge to networking professionals with a comprehensive demonstration of how to build smart, scalable networks. Serving as a "course in a book" from Alcatel-Lucent—the world leader in designing and developing scalable systems—this resource pinpoints the pitfalls to avoid when building scalable networks, examines the most successful techniques available for engineers who are building and operating IP networks, and provides overviews of the Internet, IP routing and the IP layer, and the practice of opening the shortest path first.
Posted: 22 Nov 2009 05:55 PM PST
First introduced two decades ago, the term ubiquitous computing is now part of the common vernacular. Ubicomp, as it is commonly called, has grown not just quickly but broadly so as to encompass a wealth of concepts and technology that serves any number of purposes across all of human endeavor. While such growth is positive, the newest generation of ubicomp practitioners and researchers, isolated to specific tasks, are in danger of losing their sense of history and the broader perspective that has been so essential to the field's creativity and brilliance.
How to build an infrastructure that supports ubiquitous computing applications
Privacy protection in systems that connect personal devices and personal information
Moving from the graphical to the ubiquitous computing user interface
Techniques that are revolutionizing the way we determine a person's location and understand other sensor measurements
While we needn't become expert in every sub-discipline of ubicomp, it is necessary that we appreciate all the perspectives that make up the field and understand how our work can influence and be influenced by those perspectives. This is important, if we are to encourage future generations to be as successfully innovative as the field's originators.
Posted: 22 Nov 2009 05:52 PM PST
Eight references in one-fully revised to include all the new features and updates to Windows 7
As the #1 operating system in the world, Windows provides the platform upon which all essential computing activities occur. This much-anticiapted version of the popular operating system offers an improved user experience with an enhanced interface to allow for greater user control.
This All-in-One reference is packed with valuable information from eight minibooks, making it the ultimate resource. You’ll discover the improved ways in which Windows 7 interacts with other devices, including mobile and home theater.
With this comprehensive guide at your fingertips, you’ll quickly start taking advantages of all the exciting new features of Windows 7.
Posted: 22 Nov 2009 05:51 PM PST
Your full-color, fast reference to Photoshop CS4
In this thoroughly revised guide, full-color screenshots and brief instructions show you how to use the latest version of Photoshop quickly and easily. Learn how to edit and retouch photos, work with the drawing and painting tools, add text, use layers, create special effects, and prepare art for print or the Web.
Posted: 22 Nov 2009 05:49 PM PST
The aim of this book is to present some the basic mathematics that is needed by computer scientists. The reader is not expected to be a mathematician and we hopewill find what follows useful.Just a word of warming. Unless you a,re one of the irritating minority mathematics is hard. You cannot just read a mathematics book like a novel. The combination of the compression made by the symbols used and the precision of the argument makes this impossible. It takes time and effort to decipher the mathematics and understand the meaning. It is a little like programming, it takes time to understand a lot, of code and you never understand how to write code by just reading a manual – you have to do it! Mathematics is exactly the same, you need to do it.
Posted: 22 Nov 2009 05:48 PM PST
A simple step-by-step guide to setting up a Linux email server using the most popular free Open Source tools
Many businesses want to run their email servers on Linux, but getting started can be complicated. The attractiveness of a free-to-use and robust email service running on Linux can be undermined by the apparent technical challenges involved. Some of the complexity arises from the fact that an email server consists of several components that must be installed and configured separately, then integrated together. Unlike other approaches that deal with one component at a time, this book gives you a basic knowledge across all the server components, leaving you with a complete working email server for your small business network.
Based entirely on free, Open Source software, you will see how to protect your server from spam and viruses, offer web access for remote access, and secure your installation with regular backups.
What you will learn from this book?
The book takes a practical, step-by-step approach to working with email. We start by establishing the basics, so that your users can send and receive their email in their favourite email client. We then move on to look at providing web access, so that users can access their email out of the office. After this we look at the features you’ll want to add to improve email productivity: virus protection, spam detection, and automatic email processing. Finally we look at an essential maintenance task: backups.
Who this book is written for?
This book aimed at ‘unofficial’ sysadmins in small businesses, who want to set up a Linux-based email server without spending a lot of time becoming expert in the individual applications.
Posted: 22 Nov 2009 05:47 PM PST
Build highly interactive web applications with ready-to-use widgets from the jQuery User Interface library
Posted: 22 Nov 2009 05:46 PM PST
Step-by-Step, Full-Color Graphics!
Learn how to use HTML, XHTML, and CSS, right away–the QuickSteps way. Color photos and screenshots with clear instructions show you how to build your own website, add graphics and links, and create tables and frames. Learn how to apply the power and flexibility of XHTML and CSS to your website, and make sure it’s compatible with all browsers for PCs and Macs. Color-coded tabs make it easy to flip straight to the information you need. Get your website up and running in no time with help from this easy-to-use guide.
Use these handy guideposts:
Posted: 22 Nov 2009 05:44 PM PST
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of TYPES 2008, the last of a series of meetings of the TYPES working group funded by the European Union between 1993 and 2008; the workshop has been held in Torino, Italy, in March 2008.
The 19 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 27 submissions. The topic of the workshop was formal reasoning and computer programming based on type theory: languages and computerized tools for reasoning, and applications in several domains such as analysis of programming languages, certified software, mobile code, formalization of mathematics, mathematics education.
Posted: 22 Nov 2009 05:43 PM PST
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