8 e-books in Computer Software category free
e-books in Computer Software category
by Jan van Eijck, Rineke Verbrugge – Amsterdam University Press , 2010
Compiling discussions involving a number of researchers from various academic fields, this volume details the many ways in which the seemingly abstract disciplines of logic and computer science can be used to analyze contemporary social problems.
by A. A. Raya, O. D. S. Jimenez – FTA , 2010
The reader will become familiar with agencies and projects related to the deployment of Free Software in the public and private sectors, and will learn to identify and understand the consequences of the use of Free Software in different areas.
by Jesus Corrius i Llavina – FTA , 2010
This book will introduce learners to some of the programs designed for the desktop environments. These programs allow users to browse the Internet securely, manage e-mail, work in groups and create text documents, spreadsheets and presentations.
by Charles Severance, Kevin Dowd – O’Reilly Media , 1998
The purpose of this book is to teach new programmers and scientists about the basics of High Performance Computing. This book is for learners with a basic understanding of modern computer architecture, not advanced degrees in computer engineering.
by Vijay Duggal – Mailmax Pub , 2000
CADD Primer is a beginners reference book on computer aided design and drafting. It describes the general principles of working with CAD. It can give you a headstart in learning CAD regardless whatever CAD program you may have to use.
by Peter H. Salus – Reed Media Services , 2008
In addition to covering a history of free and open source, The Daemon, the Gnu, and the Penguin explores how free and open software is changing the world. It is authored by Peter Salus, a noted UNIX, open source, and Internet historian and author.
by Russ Walter – Russell Walter Pub , 2003
The book explains everything important about computers — simply, candidly, and as wisely as possible, with a cynical laugh. This book was rated ‘tops’ by the major computer magazines, newspapers, library organizations, schools, and computer clubs.
by Keith Curtis – Lulu.com , 2008
Given the technology that’s already available, we should have cars that drive us around, in absolute safety, while we lounge in the back and sip champagne. This book explains how we can build better software and all get our own high-tech chauffeur.