GPRS for Mobile Internet
Author: Emmanuel Seurre, Patrick Savelli, Pierre-Jean Pietri
No. of Pages: 438 pages
Text overviews GPRS (general packet radio service). Explains how this system is used as a major building block technology for the emerging mobile Internet. Explores the most critical aspects of GPRS in detail, and offers a real-world understanding of future implementation challenges. DLC: Global system for mobile communications.
Friday, August 24, 2007
Flash CS3 For Dummies
Author: Ellen Finkelstein, Gurdy Leete
No. of Pages: 408 pages
This revised edition updates our content to cover the latest version of Flash for the first-time user. The book helps readers create and edit objects, add interactive elements to Flash, insert sound, animate objects, and deliver the finished product online.
The newest version of Flash offers all sorts of cool options for designing Web sites that stand out from the crowd, and this handy guide makes it easy. Enhance your site with animated graphics, boxes, or buttons; morph shapes; create text with exotically changing colors; add sound or video; and watch visitors flock to your site.
Categories: Macromedia Flash
Vitamins: Their Role in the Human Body
Author: G.F.M. Ball
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This book contains 19 chapters and deals with the following topics: historical events leading to the establishment of vitamins; nutritional aspects of vitamins; physiology and functional anatomy; biochemistry; immunology; genetic control of protein synthesis and its regulation by nuclear hormone receptors; retinoids and carotenoids; vitamin D; vitamin E; vitamin K; thiamin; flavins; niacin; vitamin B6; pantothenic acid and coenzyme A; biotin; folate; vitamin B12; and vitamin C.
Stylin' with CSS : A Designer's Guide
Author: Charles Wyke-Smith
No. of Pages: 288 pages
Criminology eBook: World Without Secrets: Business, Crime and Privacy in the Age of Ubiquitous Computing
World Without Secrets: Business, Crime and Privacy in the Age of Ubiquitous Computing
Author: Richard Hunter
No. of Pages: 304 pages
The future of computing-the future of business. Rapid technological innovation is moving us towards a world of ubiquitous computing-a world in which we are surrounded by smart machines that are always on, always aware, and always monitoring us. These developments will create a world virtually without secrets in which information is widely available and analyzable worldwide. This environment will certainly affect business, government, and the individual alike, dramatically affecting the way organizations and individuals interact. This book explores the implications of the coming world and suggests and explores policy options that can protect individuals and organizations from exploitation and safeguard the implicit contract between employees, businesses, and society itself. World Without Secrets casts an unflinching eye on a future we may not necessarily desire, but will experience.
Hacking Exposed Wireless
Author: Johnny Cache, Vincent Liu
No. of Pages: 488 pages
Hacking Exposed Wireless reveals how hackers zero in on susceptible networks and peripherals, gain access, and execute debilitating attacks. Find out how to plug security holes in Wi-Fi/802.11 and Bluetooth systems and devices. You'll also learn how to launch wireless exploits from Metasploit, employ bulletproof authentication and encryption, and sidestep insecure wireless hotspots. The book includes vital details on new, previously unpublished attacks alongside real-world countermeasures.
Oracle Performance Tuning for 10gR2, Second Edition
Author: Gavin JT Powell
No. of Pages: 960 pages
Tuning of SQL code is generally cheaper than changing the data model. Physical and configuration tuning involves a search for bottlenecks that often points to SQL code or data model issues. Building an appropriate data model and writing properly performing SQL code can give 100%+ performance improvement. Physical and configuration tuning often gives at most a 25% performance increase.
SQL Server 2005 Bible
Author: Paul Nielsen
No. of Pages: 1293 pages
Use this comprehensive tutorial and reference to increase productivity and write stored procedures using the language with which you're most familiar. The revised content covers new features such as XML integration, Web services, the .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR), and security updates, making this book a must for any developer or database administrator transitioning to the new version of SQL Server. You'll learn to develop SQL Server database and data connections, administer SQL Server, and keep databases performing at their peak. In addition, you'll find dozens of specific examples in both a graphical format and as SQL code as well as numerous best practices describing the most effective way to accomplish a given task. A companion Web site provides all of the code examples found in the book.
Clinical Chemistry: A Laboratory Perspective
Author: Wendy L. Arneson
No. of Pages: 582 pages
Realistic, laboratory-based Case Scenarios and Case Scenario Follow-ups break the content into easy-to-understand pieces. Common Sense Check boxes highlight often simple, but important concepts invaluable to performing quality laboratory testing. Test Methodology boxes summarize pre-analytical, analytical, and post-analytical aspects of laboratory tests. Clinical Correlation sidebars connect theoretical concepts to clinical practice. The Team Approach sidebars explain how other members of the health care team interact with the lab. Thought-provoking questions and objectives guide students through each topic and help them to develop logical thought processes and critical thinking skills.
Hormones: Second Edition
Author: Anthony W. Norman
No. of Pages: 558 pages
This book is an extraordinary textbook describing the biochemistry, physiology, cell biology, and molecular biology of hormones... The book is written primarily for graduate students in biochemistry and first year medical students of endocrinology, but it will be invaluable to clinicians wishing to understand the pathogenesis of endocrine disorders as well as researchers in the field of endocrinology... [The book displays] uniform style and consistently high quality and clarity among chapters with no repetition of material... This second edition comes 11 years after the first edition and is as up-to-date as textbooks can get. I would recommend the use of this textbook in all medical school courses in endocrinology and it should at least be available on the bookshelves of all medical school libraries, clinicians, and researchers of hormones.
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Adobe Illustrator CS3 Classroom in a Book
No. of Pages: 488 pages
Adobe Illustrator CS3 - Classroom In A Book is part of the official training series for the Adobe graphics and publishing software from Adobe Systems, Inc. These lessons are designed so that you can learn at your own pace. If you are new to Illustrator, this book will provide you with the fundamentals you will need to master the basic skills. If you are experienced, you will find that there are many things that you will learn on all levels that will enhance your current skills and take you to the next level.
Internetworking with TCP/IP, Vol. III: Client-Server Programming and Applications, Linux/Posix Sockets Version
Author: Douglas E. Comer, David L. Stevens, Michael Evangelista
No. of Pages: 601 pages
A perfect book for linux network programming. Internetworking with TCP/IP, Volume III describes the fundamental concepts of client-server computing used to build all distributed computing systems, and presents an in-depth guide to the Posix sockets standard utilized by Linux and other operating systems. The book contains examples of running programs that illustrate each approach. Comer introduces the client-server model and its software design implications; the role of concurrent processing and threads; the Socket API, and differences that impact Linux programmers. The book contains extensive coverage of threading, including a new chapter on using threads for concurrency; as well as coverage of single-threaded and multi-threaded concurrent servers. For everyone who wants to master TCP/IP and understand how the Internet works.
MicroRNA Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology)
Author: Shao Yao Ying
No. of Pages: 272 pages
MicroRNA Protocols provides diverse, novel, and useful descriptions of miRNAs in several species, including plants, worms, flies, fish, chicks, mice, and humans. These include some useful adaptations and applications that could be relevant to the wider research community who are already familiar with the identification of miRNAs. This volume will stimulate the reader to explore diverse ways to understanding the mechanism in which miRNAs facilitate the molecular aspects of the biomedical research.
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Bone Regeneration and Repair: Biology and Clinical Applications
Author: Jay R Lieberman, Gary E Friedlaender
No. of Pages: 416 pages
This collection of articles by leading orthopedic and craniofacial surgeons and researchers comprehensively reviews the biology of bone formation and repair, the basic science of autologous bone graft, allograft, bone substitutes, and growth factors, and explore their clinical application in patients with bone repair problems.
Author: Vasantha Pattabhi, N. Gautham
No. of Pages: 260 pages
The book is meant to address the biophysical needs of students of biochemistry, molecular biology and medicine. Beginning with the laws of physics and chemistry, the book making a journey through separation techniques, physico-chemical techniques to study biomolecules, spectroscopy, Light and electron microscopy, X-ray crystallography, NMR spectroscopy, molecular modelling, Macromolecular structure, energy pathways in biology, Biomechanics and Neurobio-physics, concludes with a chapter on the origin and evolution of life.
Network+ 2005 Q&A
Author: Chimborazo LLC
No. of Pages: 312 pages
"Network+ 2005 Q&A" is a straightforward, cut-and-dry guide to preparing for the Network+ exam. Providing 800 questions and answers for the new Network+ exam, this no-fluff guide is designed to encourage self-study. Test your skills as you work through each question and then check your answers at the end of each chapter. You'll get comprehensive questions covering the 2005 Network+ certification exam objectives.
Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology
Author: Ghasem Najafpour
File Size: 5 MB
No. of Pages: 438 pages
This book demonstrates the application of biological sciences in engineering with theoretical and practical aspects to enhance understanding of knowledge in this field. The book adopts a practical approach, showing related case studies with original research data. It is an ideal text book for college and university courses, which guides students through the lectures in a clear and well-illustrated manner.
The Computer Engineering Handbook
Author: Vojin Oklobdzija
No. of Pages: 1408 pages
Hundreds of diagrams, graphs, and photographs, plus thousands of references to other works are included in this book, in which industry and academic experts provide both a review and reference, with exhaustive coverage of new and emerging areas...so it is of greatest value to those who already have a working or theoretical knowledge of computer engineering.
Proteases and Their Inhibitors in Cancer Metastasis
(Cancer Metastasis - Biology and Treatment)
Author: Foidart, Jean-Michel; Muschel, Ruth J.
No. of Pages: 270 pages
This book provides a comprehensive evaluation of the mechanisms of action of proteases and their inhibitors in tumour biology. The first part provides the reader with a selective overview of the molecular biology of serine proteases, MMPs and their physiological inhibitors. The most important proteases and their physiological as well as synthetic inhibitors are evaluated in the most relevant models of experimental and human cancer. The clinical aspects are also taken into account.