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Near Earth Objects NEOS

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Technology (2007). Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics
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For more than 40 years, Computerworld has been the leading source of technology news and information for IT influencers worldwide. Computerworld's award-winning Web site (, twice-monthly publication, focused conference series and custom research form the hub of the world's largest global IT media network.

Craft Objects Aesthetic Contexts

Author : Sandra Corse
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Edvard Munch (1863–1944) is best known for The Scream (1893), one of the world’s most recognizable paintings. A study in extreme human emotion, the work shows an agonized, androgynous figure against a turbulent sky, an iconic image that has been revered, copied, and endlessly parodied in pop culture. Perhaps because of the subsequent notoriety of The Scream and other works from his intensely productive early period, Munch is often presented as a 19th-century figure, an inspiration for and precursor to modern artists. In contrast, this important new survey shows he was fully engaged with modernity, and traces his involvement with photography, cinematography, and theatrical mise-en-scène. This lavishly illustrated book, published to accompany a major traveling exhibition, is the most comprehensive and revealing look at Munch’s work to date. It reproduces a large number of his masterpieces and lesser-known works, including a wide selection of Munch’s photographs and sketches that will be a revelation to many.

All We Need is a Paradigm

Author : S. Phineas Upham
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The Harvard Review of Philosophy has long been a forum for new thoughts in the field — this collection includes some of the most important essays from that publication. Exploring the unexpected ways that philosophy impacts our world, this book considers the discipline as an essential element in our understanding of science, economics, and logic. This fascinating read for both laypeople and those familiar with philosophical concepts delves deep into questions of human nature, intellectual thought, and the manner in which our world operates. Using several different approaches, including puzzles, essays, and songs, this book challenges our basic assumptions about how things work.

PC Mag

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Doing Objects in Microsoft Visual Basic 4 0

Author : Deborah Kurata
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More than a mere "tips and tricks" manual, Doing Objects in Microsoft Visual Basic 4.0 teaches you an approach to application development that you can use to write your own applications. You'll be able to implement an object-oriented design for any programming project. This pragmatic approach walks you through software construction: first, build a solid foundation through careful examination of the requirements of the project and the schedule; then, use the GUIDS methodology introduced in this book to design the framework and user interface of the application; and finally, build the application using the object-oriented features of Microsoft Visual Basic 4.0.

Ordinary Paradise

Author : Richard Teleky
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"While representing the best of human endeavor, works of art have become ordinary features of our lives, familiar and reliably present," writes Richard Teleky. "They are, however, extraordinary. So extraordinary, in fact, that in themselves they are a kind of paradise." In Ordinary Paradise, acclaimed author, critic and editor Richard Teleky considers a variety of artistic forms—from novels and poems to paintings and sculptures to movies and musical compositions—in celebration of the creative achievements that surround us and affect our daily lives. He examines, as well, some of the challenges and tensions in any artist’s life. The essays in Ordinary Paradise challenge conventional wisdom and exemplify a dynamic and lively critical approach, pointing out troubling trends in contemporary appreciation of art and culture. They reveal the rewarding complexities of the demanding art of translation, the nostalgic power of re-reading in provoking self-assessment, and the fraught connection between language, silence and identity as they relate to marginalized voices. Teleky immerses himself into ideas of truth, beauty and humanity, and in so doing, provides a compelling exemplar for engaging with contemporary culture and learning the innumerable lessons that artistic accomplishments have to teach us.

Compact Cities a Neglected Way of Conserving Energy

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs. Subcommittee on the City
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Object Oriented Analysis and Design

Author : Mike O'Docherty
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This book provides a thorough grounding in object-oriented analysis and design, providing authoritative and accessible coverage of object-oriented concepts, the software development process, UML and multi-tier technologies. Using only the most common technologies and methodologies, aligned with a single case study which runs throughout the text, the book provides a broad understanding of the processes used in object-oriented software development, the production of computer programs using object-oriented techniques. Beginning with the basic groundwork underpinning object-oriented software projects, before focusing on practical development issues, this book uses a methodology based on the widely used Rational Unified Process (RUP), and test-driven development using JUnit. The book follows the steps of a typical development project, incorporating requirements capture, design, specification and testing; the running case study shows with remarkable clarity how an abstract problem is taken through to a concrete solution. Regular exercises and online material available on the accompanying website make the book exceptionally useful for self-study. Object-Oriented Analysis and Design is programming language agnostic, ensuring that code is kept to a minimum to avoid detail and deviation into implementation minutiae. Whether you are a student at a university or on a commercial training course, or an experienced software developer moving into object orientation, this book is for you. It provides an easy to understand, practical and motivational description of object-oriented analysis and design.

Advanced 3 D Game Programming Using DirectX 7 0

Author : Adrian Perez
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This latest addition to the Wordware Game Developer's Library describes how to create computer games with cutting-edge 3-D algorithms and effects. "Advanced 3-D Game Programming Using DirectX 7.0" is intended specifically for those who know how to program with C++ but have not yet explored game or graphics programming. The authors include coverage of artificial intelligence, client-server networking using UDP, multi-texture effects, multi-resolution surface techniques, alpha blending, and more. Along with several sample applications that target specific algorithms, full source code is provided for a client-server networked 3-D first-person game that demonstrates many of the techniques discussed in the book, while giving the reader the opportunity to make their own additions. The CD includes: Full source code in C++, including a complete game demonstrating techniques covered in the bookMicrosoft's DirectX 7a SDKSource code to other 3-D engines, including Quake, GL Quake, Quakeworld, Descent 1, Descent 2, Golgotha, and Crystal SpaceSelect articles on advanced gaming topics contributed by members of the graphics and game programming industryPaint Shop Pro evaluation edition for making texturesAdrian Perez, also known as [Cuban] in the computer game industry, has worked on the Direct3D team at Microsoft and in the graphics department at Lucent. He is a computer science major at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, and a contributor to Game Developer magazine. Dan Royer is a developer at 3D Ion, a 3-D graphics company in Israel, and a contributor to, an online game programming news site.

Object Magazine

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OOPSLA 97 Object Technology Naturally

Author : Association for Computing Machinery
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Introducing Microsoft NET

Author : David S. Platt
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Explores the advantages of the .NET software development platform, explaining the problem backgrounds and solution architectures that lead to the development of .NET Objects, ASP.NET, .NET Web services, and Windows forms.

The New Software Engineering

Author : Sue A. Conger
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This text is written with a business school orientation, stressing the how to and heavily employing CASE technology throughout. The courses for which this text is appropriate include software engineering, advanced systems analysis, advanced topics in information systems, and IS project development. Software engineer should be familiar with alternatives, trade-offs and pitfalls of methodologies, technologies, domains, project life cycles, techniques, tools CASE environments, methods for user involvement in application development, software, design, trade-offs for the public domain and project personnel skills. This book discusses much of what should be the ideal software engineer's project related knowledge in order to facilitate and speed the process of novices becoming experts. The goal of this book is to discuss project planning, project life cycles, methodologies, technologies, techniques, tools, languages, testing, ancillary technologies (e.g. database) and CASE. For each topic, alternatives, benefits and disadvantages are discussed.

Component Strategies

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I S Analyzer

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Author : Society of Actuaries. Meeting
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Papers presented at regional and annual meetings of the Society of Actuaries.

Advanced ASP NET Programming

Author : Farhan Muhammad
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Distributed Application Programming in C

Author : Randall A. Maddox
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-- Industrial-strength code examples, strategies, and conventions for software engineering with C++ and UNIX/Linux. -- Make the most of advanced C++ features: powerful techniques, key tradeoffs. -- CD-ROM contains all of the book's real-world, enterprise-proven code! As software becomes increasingly distributed, high-quality infrastructure becomes ever more important. Precisely written, replete with advanced code examples, and based on Randall Maddox' extensive experience teaching advanced C++, this book gives working C++ developers the insights and sophisticated techniques they need to build superior software infrastructure. Maddox begins by introducing the context required to support a distributed Web application in a Unix environment. He then presents the utility classes that illustrate crucial design and implementation issues and serve as building blocks for a distributed software architecture. Coverage includes concrete data types, templates, containers, namespaces, error handling, and an automated solution for the hazards of dynamic memory allocation. Maddox reviews C++ program startup and memory usage in detail, laying the groundwork for a full of understanding of multiprocessing, multithreading, and interprocess communication. Unlike most advanced C++ books, Distributed Application Programming in C++ goes beyond coding, introducing superior strategies for enterprise software development. Maddox presents key design/implementation tradeoffs, managing source code organization, build-time issues, the run-time environment, and more. For all professional developers who want to master the use of advanced C++ features in real-world distributed applications.

Objects First with Java

Author : David J. Barnes
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"A CD-ROM containing the JDK and versions of BlueJ for a variety of operating systems"-- back cover