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Er, Vivitar ViviCam 5355

Apr. 10th, 2010 | 04:01 pm
mood: annoyedannoyed
posted by: naive_kurapika in compscibooks

scowls in a corner and cursed for the nth time

I thought uploading pictures from Vivitar ViviCam 5355 would be easy but lo, I need a driver for it. I thought it was a plug and play device! Heck, I have to search for a driver before I could upload my graduation pics here. Amp.

-.-" I'm a bit pissed really, for I was searching for the driver for an hour already.

Oh my, would someone help me with this...inconvenience?

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Why do we have to study different programming languages?

Dec. 22nd, 2009 | 08:32 pm
mood: contemplativecontemplative
posted by: naive_kurapika in compscibooks

it's just a survey:

Why do we have to study different programming languages?

Your answers will be appreciated thanks!

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10 причин освоить Linux сегодня

May. 12th, 2008 | 10:50 pm
posted by: 1k in compscibooks



© Photo courtesy of Larry Ewing, Simon Budig and Anja Gerwinski.

Disclaimer: Цель данного поста — дать людям возможность попробовать что-то новое, а вовсе не начать новую волну флейма linux vs. windows.

1. Linux бесплатен
Это значит, что за большинство дистрибутивов не надо платить. Вообще. Их можно абсолютно легально скачать в Интернете или купить на рынке и установить на любое количество компьютеров.
Лицензия GNU GPL, распространяющаяся на Linux, предоставляет следующие права:

(читать полностью...)

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expert systems

Oct. 29th, 2007 | 11:09 pm
posted by: notbrainsurgery in compscibooks

I am looking for a good overview book describing current state of art in the Expert Systems. I have some background in this area but it is a bit dated (10+ yrs.).

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Program Construction

Sep. 28th, 2007 | 01:44 pm
posted by: lazysunbather in compscibooks

I apologise, I've been newly made a computer scientist. I'm just looking for a text(s) recommendation. I'm doing a module called program construction - It involves *quantified notation,*Hoare triples finding the weakest precondition, backwards derivation, finding the values of an array, emptying the range, finding the guard, abstracted class reduction.

Can anybody recommend beginners texts in this area?

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Data warehousing

Jun. 21st, 2007 | 07:29 pm
posted by: enot in compscibooks

I'm new here and looking for a recommendation.
I work with RDBMS / SQL (Oracle, MySQL, MS SQL Server) - database design, development, data migrataion.
I want to study data warehousing (I understand the concept but that's about it).

What books would you recommend for the start and why? I know Ralph Kimball is the guru but I want to hear what books really worked for you. Thanks in advance. --enot

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Ruby!

May. 15th, 2007 | 04:02 pm
location: Union Station Kansas City
mood: cheerfulcheerful
posted by: julisana in compscibooks

Can someone reccomend a decent beginners book for Ruby?

I'm leaning towards this but I have no experience with that particular line.

For my PHP reference, I use this and it has everything layed out nicely for me, but the only Ruby book I could find in that line was for Ruby on Rails E-Commerce, which is not the way I'm wanting to go.

Thanks so much!

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Call for Papers

Nov. 20th, 2006 | 02:16 pm
posted by: indar_chandra in compscibooks

Cornwallis XII Call for Papers Operations Research in Peace Operations. Those who are mebers of ISMOR or MORS may be interested. This is an open call.

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(no subject)

Sep. 20th, 2006 | 10:46 am
posted by: avoider in compscibooks

Hi
I'm looking for Handbook of Theoretical Computer Science, Vol. A: Algorithms and Complexity (Chapter 8 Algorithm motion planning in robotics). Does anybody know of book scan available?

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Algorithms Reference

Jul. 5th, 2006 | 09:36 am
posted by: rahulkumarjha in compscibooks

I've been thinking of buying a good book on algorithms that would also serve as a reference in future. There are three books I know, of Cormen,Tanenbaum and Knuth. 

Is there any other book that is better, and which one should I choose among these ?




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