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  • Convective burning and low-velocity detonation in porous media / Boris Ermolaev, Ph.D., Alexey Sulimov, Ph.D. ; edited by Anna Crowley, Ph.D
    QD 516 E76 2019eb

  • Advanced organic chemistry (Structure and Mechanisms) / Ashutosh Kar
    QD 251 K37 2017

  • Management of exposure to ionizing radiation : radiation protection guidance for the United States (2018) / National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
    QC 795 N385 2019

  • ITIL® Foundation Essentials - ITIL 4 Edition : the Ultimate Revision Guide
    QA 76.3 A348 2019eb

  • Nature-inspired cyber security and resiliency : fundamentals, techniques and applications / edited by El-Sayed M. El-Alfy, Mohamed Eltoweissy, Errin W. Fulp, Wojciech Mazurczyk
    QP 517 B56N38 2019

    With the rapid evolution of cyberspace, computing, communications and sensing technologies, organizations and individuals rely more and more on new applications such as fog and cloud computing, smart cities, Internet of Things (IoT), collaborative computing, and virtual and mixed reality environments. Maintaining their security, trustworthiness and resilience to cyber-attacks has become crucial which requires innovative and creative cyber security and resiliency solutions. Computing algorithms have been developed to mimic the operation of natural processes, phenomena and organisms such as artificial neural networks, swarm intelligence, deep learning systems, biomimicry, and more. The amazing characteristics of these systems offer a plethora of novel methodologies and opportunities to cope with emerging cyber challenges.

    This edited book presents a timely review of the fundamentals, latest developments and diverse applications of nature-inspired algorithms in cyber security and resiliency. Topics include bio-inspired collaboration and cyber security; immune-based defense and resiliency; bio-inspired security and resiliency of network traffic; nature inspired machine learning approach for cyber security; nature-inspired algorithms in A.I. for malicious activity detection; DNA-inspired characterization and detection of novel social Twitter spambots; nature-inspired approaches for social network security; bio-inspired cyber-security for smart grid; nature-inspired cryptography and cryptanalysis, and more.

  • Enthalpy and internal energy : liquids, solutions and vapours / edited by Emmerich Wilhelm, University of Vienna, Austria, and Trevor M. Letcher, University of Kwa-Zulu-Natal, South Africa
    QC 318 E55E58 2018
    Containing the very latest information on all aspects of enthalpy and internal energy as related to fluids, this book brings all the information into one authoritative survey in this well-defined field of chemical thermodynamics. Written by acknowledged experts in their respective fields, each of the 26 chapters covers theory, experimental methods and techniques and results for all types of liquids and vapours. These properties are important in all branches of pure and applied thermodynamics and this vital source is an important contribution to the subject hopefully also providing key pointers for cross-fertilization between sub-areas.

  • The mathematical theory of plasticity / Rodney Hill
    QA 931 H6 2009

  • Ultrascale computing systems / edited by Jesus Carretero, Emmanuel Jeannot and Albert Y. Zomaya
    QA76.9.I52 .U487 2019

    The needs of future digital data and computer systems are expected to be two to three orders of magnitude larger than for today's systems, to take account of unprecedented amounts of heterogeneous hardware, lines of source code, numbers of users, and volumes of data. Ultrascale computing systems (UCS) are a solution. Envisioned as large-scale complex systems joining parallel and distributed computing systems, which can be located at multiple sites and cooperate to provide the required resources and performance to the users, these technologies will extend individual systems to provide the resources that are very much needed.

    Based on the research work in the COST Action IC 1305 Network for Sustainable Ultrascale Computing (NESUS) this book presents important results and methods towards achieving sustainable UCS. The authors present a wide range of emerging programming models that facilitate the task of scaling and extracting performance on continuously evolving platforms, while providing resilience and fault-tolerant mechanisms to tackle the increasing probability of failures throughout the entire software stack. These methods are needed to achieve scale handling, better programmability and adaptation to rapidly changing underlying computing architecture, data centric programming models, resilience, and energy-efficiency.

  • Cold chemistry : molecular scattering and reactivity near absolute zero / edited by Oliver Dulieu and Andreas Osterwalder
    QD 515 C653 2018

  • Phase diagrams and thermodynamic modeling of solutions / Arthur D. Pelton
    QD 503 P45 2019

    Phase Diagrams and Thermodynamic Modeling of Solutions provides readers with an understanding of thermodynamics and phase equilibria that is required to make full and efficient use of these tools. The book systematically discusses phase diagrams of all types, the thermodynamics behind them, their calculations from thermodynamic databases, and the structural models of solutions used in the development of these databases. Featuring examples from a wide range of systems including metals, salts, ceramics, refractories, and concentrated aqueous solutions, Phase Diagrams and Thermodynamic Modeling of Solutions is a vital resource for researchers and developers in materials science, metallurgy, combustion and energy, corrosion engineering, environmental engineering, geology, glass technology, nuclear engineering, and other fields of inorganic chemical and materials science and engineering. Additionally, experts involved in developing thermodynamic databases will find a comprehensive reference text of current solution models.

    Presents a rigorous and complete development of thermodynamics for readers who already have a basic understanding of chemical thermodynamics Provides an in-depth understanding of phase equilibria Includes information that can be used as a text for graduate courses on thermodynamics and phase diagrams, or on solution modeling Covers several types of phase diagrams (paraequilibrium, solidus projections, first-melting projections, Scheil diagrams, enthalpy diagrams), and more

  • 45th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference 2015 : Dallas, Texas, USA, 22-26 June 2015; held at the AIAA Aviation Forum 2015
    QA 911 A23 2018

  • Contemporary catalysis : science, technology, and applications / edited by Paul C.J. Kamer, Dieter Vogt and Joris Thybaut

  • Exploring security in software architecture and design / Michael Felderer and Riccardo Scandariato, editor
    QA 76.9 A25E996 2018eb
    Cyber-attacks continue to rise as more individuals rely on storing personal information on networks. Even though these networks are continuously checked and secured, cybercriminals find new strategies to break through these protections. Thus, advanced security systems, rather than simple security patches, need to be designed and developed. Exploring Security in Software Architecture and Design is an essential reference source that discusses the development of security-aware software systems that are built into every phase of the software architecture. Featuring research on topics such as migration techniques, service-based software, and building security, this book is ideally designed for computer and software engineers, ICT specialists, researchers, academicians, and field experts.

  • The UX book : Agile UX design for a quality user experience / Rex Hartson, Pardha Pyla

    The discipline of user experience (UX) design has matured into a confident practice and this edition reflects, and in some areas accelerates, that evolution. Technically this is the second edition of The UX Book , but so much of it is new, it is more like a sequel.

    One of the major positive trends in UX is the continued emphasis on design--a kind of design that highlights the designer's creative skills and insights and embodies a synthesis of technology with usability, usefulness, aesthetics, and meaningfulness to the user. In this edition a new conceptual top-down design framework is introduced to help readers with this evolution.

    This entire edition is oriented toward an agile UX lifecycle process, explained in the funnel model of agile UX, as a better match to the now de facto standard agile approach to software engineering. To reflect these trends, even the subtitle of the book is changed to "Agile UX design for a quality user experience".

    Designed as a how-to-do-it handbook and field guide for UX professionals and a textbook for aspiring students, the book is accompanied by in-class exercises and team projects.

    The approach is practical rather than formal or theoretical. The primary goal is still to imbue an understanding of what a good user experience is and how to achieve it. To better serve this, processes, methods, and techniques are introduced early to establish process-related concepts as context for discussion in later chapters.

  • AIAA Aviation : 46th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference

  • Basic equations of mass transport through a membrane layer / Endre Nagy

    Basic Equations of Mass Transport Through a Membrane Layer, Second Edition, has been fully updated to deliver the latest research in the field. This volume covers the essentials of compound separation, product removal, concentration, and production in the chemical, biochemical, pharmaceutical, and food industries. It outlines the various membrane processes and their applications, offering a detailed mathematical description of mass transport and defining basic mass transport and concentration distribution expressions. Additionally, this book discusses the process parameters and application of the expressions developed for a variety of industrial applications. Comprehensive explanations of convective/diffusive mass transport are provided, both with and without polarization layers, that help predict and process performance and facilitate improvements to operation conditions and efficiency.

    Basic Equations of Mass Transport Through a Membrane Layer is an ideal resource for engineers and technologists in the chemical, biochemical, and pharmaceutical industries, as well as researchers, professors, and students in these areas at both an undergraduate and graduate level.

    Cites and analyzes mass transport equations developed for different membrane processes. Examines the effect of biochemical/chemical reactions in the presence of convective and diffusive flows in plane and cylindrical spaces. Defines the mass transfer rate for first- and zero-order reactions and analytical approaches are given for other-order reactions in closed mathematical forms. Analyzes the simultaneous convective and diffusive transports with same or different directions.

  • Biological inorganic chemistry : a new introduction to molecular structure and function / Robert R. Crichton

    Biological Inorganic Chemistry: A New Introduction to Molecular Structure and Function, Third Edition, provides a comprehensive discussion of the biochemical aspects of metals in living systems. The fascinating world of the role of metals in biology, medicine and the environment has progressed significantly since the very successful Second Edition of the book published in 2012. Beginning with an overview of metals and selected nonmetals in biology, the book supports the interdisciplinary nature of this vibrant area of research by providing an introduction to basic coordination chemistry for biologists and structural and molecular biology for chemists.

    Having built this accessible foundation, the book progresses to discuss biological ligands for metal ions, intermediary metabolism and bioenergetics, and methods to study metals in biological systems. The book also covers metal assimilation pathways; transport, storage, and homeostasis of metal ions; sodium and potassium channels and pumps; magnesium phosphate metabolism and photoreceptors; calcium and cellular signaling; the catalytic role of several classes of mononuclear zinc enzymes; the biological chemistry of iron; and copper chemistry and biochemistry.

    In addition, the book discusses nickel and cobalt enzymes; manganese chemistry and biochemistry; molybdenum, tungsten, vanadium, and chromium; non-metals in biology; biomineralization; metals in the brain; metals and neurodegeneration; metals in medicine and metals as drugs; and metals in the environment. Now in its Third Edition , this popular and award-winning resource highlights recent exciting advances and provides a thorough introduction for both researchers approaching the field from a variety of backgrounds, as well as advanced students.

  • Ionic liquid devices / editor: Ali Eftekhari

    Ionic liquids are attractive because they offer versatility in the design of organic salts. As ion-rich media, ionic liquids can control the systems properties by tuning the size, charge, and shape of the composing ions. Whilst the focus has mainly been on the potential applications of ionic liquids as solvents, they also provide innovative opportunities for designing new systems and devices. Limitations from the high viscosity and expensive purification of the ionic liquids are also not a barrier for applications as devices.

    Written by leading authors, Ionic Liquid Devicesintroduces the innovative applications of ionic liquids. Whilst the first chapters focus on their characterization, which can be difficult in some instances, the rest of the book demonstrates how ionic liquids can play substantial roles in quite different systems from sensors and actuators to biomedical applications.

    The book provides a comprehensive resource aimed at researchers and students in materials science, polymer science, chemistry and physics interested in the materials and inspire the discovery of new applications of ionic liquids in smart devices.

  • Software quality : concepts and practice / by Daniel Galin

    The book presents a comprehensive discussion on software quality issues and software quality assurance (SQA) principles and practices, and lays special emphasis on implementing and managing SQA. Primarily designed to serve three audiences; universities and college students, vocational training participants, and software engineers and software development managers, the book may be applicable to all personnel engaged in a software projects


    A broad view of SQA. The book delves into SQA issues, going beyond the classic boundaries of custom-made software development to also cover in-house software development, subcontractors, and readymade software. An up-to-date wide-range coverage of SQA and SQA related topics. Providing comprehensive coverage on multifarious SQA subjects, including topics, hardly explored till in SQA texts. A systematic presentation of the SQA function and its tasks: establishing the SQA processes, planning, coordinating, follow-up, review and evaluation of SQA processes. Focus on SQA implementation issues. Specialized chapter sections, examples, implementation tips, and topics for discussion. Pedagogical support : Each chapter includes a real-life mini case study, examples, a summary, selected bibliography, review questions and topics for discussion. The book is also supported by an Instructor's Guide.

  • Molybdenum and tungsten enzymes. editors: Russ Hille, Carola Schulzke, Martin L. Kirk
    The book will cover the bio-, inorganic and bioinorganic chemistry of molybdenum containing enzymes, including mononuclear molybdenum-containing enzymes, the complex Fe/Mo enzyme nitrogenase, and also tungsten enzymes. The full range of physicochemical methods that are used to investigate their and function will be covered. There has been no comprehensive book in this area for the past 30 years, despite great progress in our understanding of molybdenum enzymes and relevant inorganic complexes of molybdenum, and as a result the proposed book will both fill an enormous gap in coverage of the field and at the same time document the latest research. The book will be useful for workers in the field of metal-containing enzymes, graduate students and young investigators interested in developing new research programs in the area. It will also serve as a useful reference for researchers outside the field. Cross promotion: Journals: Dalton Transactions and Metallomics . Books: " Iron-Containing Enzymes ", Visser and Kumar, 2011; " Binding, Transport and Storage of Metal Ions in Biological Cells ", Maret and Wedd, 2014.

  • Structured fluids : polymers, culloids, surfactants / Thomas A. Witten, Philip A. Pincus
    QD 549.2 C66W58 2010eb
    Over the last thirty years, the study of liquids containing polymers, surfactants, or colloidal particles has developed from a loose assembly of facts into a coherent discipline with substantial predictive power. These liquids expand our conception of what condensed matter can do. Such structured-fluid phenomena dominate the physical environment within living cells. This book teaches how to think of these fluids from a unified point of view, showing the far-reachingeffects of thermal fluctuations in producing forces and motions. Keeping mathematics to a minimum, the book seeks the simplest explanations that account for the distinctive scaling properties of these fluids. An example is the growth of viscosity of a polymer solution as the cube of the molecularweight of the constituent polymers. Another is the hydrodynamic radius of a colloidal aggregate, which remains comparable to its geometrical radius even though the density of particles in the aggregate becomes arbitrarily small. The book aims for a simplicity, unity and depth not found in previous treatments. The text is supplemented by numerous figures, tables and problems to aid the student.

  • Crystal structure analysis : principles and practice / Alexander J. Blake [and others] ; edited by William Clegg
    QD 945 C79 2009eb
    This text focuses on the practical aspects of crystal structure analysis, and provides the necessary conceptual framework for understanding and applying the technique. By choosing an approach that does not put too much emphasis on the mathematics involved, the book gives practical advice on topics such as growing crystals, solving and refining structures, and understanding and using the results. The technique described is a core experimental method in modernstructural chemistry, and plays an ever more important role in the careers of graduate students, postdoctoral and academic staff in chemistry, and final-year undergraduates.Much of the material of the first edition has been significantly updated and expanded, and some new topics have been added. The approach to several of the topics has changed, reflecting the book's new authorship, and recent developments in the subject.

  • Clay materials used in construction / edited by G.M. Reeves, I. Sims and J.C. Cripps
    QE 471 C575 2006eb
    To construction and production engineers and geo-scientists, clay is a fine-grained, natural, earthy material that displays plasticity at certain moisture contents, and more importantly does not at others. This Working Party Report of the Engineering Group of the Geological Society considers such aspects of clay as its identification and evaluation

  • Thermodynamics in bioenergetics Jean-Louis Burgot (University of Rennes 1-France, Rennes, Ile et Vilaine, France)

    Thermodynamics in Bioenergetics aims to supply students with the knowledge and understanding of the critical concepts and theories that are needed in the biochemistry and bioenergetics fields. Biochemical reactions highlighting thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, and enzymes are addressed in the text. Author, Jean-Louis Burgot, guides the reader through the starting points, strategy description, and theory results to facilitate their comprehension of the theories and examples being discussed in the book. Also discussed in the text are the notions of Gibbs energy, entropy, and exergonic and endergonic reactions.

  • Electrodynamics of density ducts in magnetized plasmas : the mathematical theory of excitation and propagation of electromagnetic waves in plasma waveguides / I.G. Kondratiev, A.V. Kudrin, T.M. Zaboronkova
    Providing a systematic and self-contained treatment of excitation, propagation and re- emission of electromagnetic waves guided by density ducts in magnetized plasmas, this book describes in detail the theoretical basis of the electrodynamics of ducts. The classical dielectric-waveguide theory in open guiding systems in magnetoplasma is subjected to rigorous generalization. The authors emphasize the conceptual physical and mathematical aspects of the theory, while demonstrating its applications to problems encountered in actual practice.
    The opening chapters of the book discuss the underlying physical phenomena, outline some of the results obtained in natural and artificial density ducts, and describe the basic theory crucial to understanding the remainder of the book. The more specialized and complex topics dealt with in subsequent chapters include the theory of guided wave propagation along axially uniform ducts, finding the field excited by the source in the presence of a duct, excitation of guided modes, the asymptotic theory of wave propagation along axially nonuniform ducts, and mode re-emission from a duct.
    The full wave theory is used throughout most of the book to ensure consistency, and the authors start with simpler cases and gradually increase the complexity of the treatment.

  • Transition state : a theoretical approach / edited by Takayuki Fueno
    The transition state is the critical configuration of a reaction system situated at the highest point of the most favorable reaction path on the potential-energy surface, its characteristics governing the dynamic behavior of reacting systems decisively. This text presents an accurate survey of current theoretical investigations of chemical reactions, with a focus on the nature of the transition state. Its scope ranges from general basic theories associated with the transition states, to their computer-assisted applications, through to a number of reactions in a state-of-the-art fashion. It covers various types of gas-phase elementary reactions, as well as some specific types of chemical processes taking place in the liquid phase. Also investigated is the recently developing transition state spectroscopy. This text will not only serve as a contemporary reference book on the concept of the transition state, but will also assist the readers in gaining valuable key principles regarding the essence of chemical kinetics and dynamics.

  • Acetic Acid and its Derivatives / editor, Victor H. Agreda
    QD305.A2.A16 1993
    Striking a balance between basic chemistry and chemical engineering, this up-to-date reference discusses important aspects of acetic acid and its major derivatives, including chemistry, methods of preparation and manufacture, and synthesis, as well as current and emerging downstream technologies.;The book provides comprehensive physical property da

  • Ion exchange and solvent extraction. edited by Jacob A. Marinsky and Yizhak Marcus
    QD 562 I63M37 2017
    The Ion Exchange and Solvent Extraction series treats ion exchange and solvent extraction both as discrete topics and as a unified, multidisciplinary study - presenting new insights for researchers in many chemical and related field. Containing current knowledge and results in ion exchange, this text: presents an overview of the chemical thermodynamics of cation-exchange reactions, with particular emphasis placed on liquid-phase- and solid-phase-activity coefficient models; describes the development of surface complexation theory and its application to the ion exchange phenomenon; discusses metal-natural colloid surface reactions and their consideration by surface complexation modelling complements; and covers the influence of humic substances on the uptake of metal ions by naturally occurring materials.

  • Statistical optimization of biological systems / Tapobrata Panda, R. Arun Kumar, Thomas Théodore
    QH 323.5 P36 2016
    A number of books written by statisticians address the mathematical optimization of biological systems, but do not directly address statistical optimization. Statistical Optimization of Biological Systems covers the optimization of bioprocess systems in its entirety, devoting much-needed attention to the experimental optimization of biological syst

  • Quality assurance and quality control in the analytical chemical laboratory : a practical approach / Piotr Konieczka, Jacek Namieśnik
    QD 75.4 Q34K66 2009eb
    A Practical Tool for Learning New MethodsQuality assurance and measurement uncertainty in analytical laboratories has become increasingly important. To meet increased scrutiny and keep up with new methods, practitioners very often have to rely on self-study. A practical textbook for students and a self-study tool for analytical laboratory employees

  • Introduction to multivariate statistical analysis in chemometrics / Kurt Varmuza, Peter Filzmoser
    QD 75.4 C45V37 2009eb
    Using formal descriptions, graphical illustrations, practical examples, and R software tools, Introduction to Multivariate Statistical Analysis in Chemometrics presents simple yet thorough explanations of the most important multivariate statistical methods for analyzing chemical data. It includes discussions of various statistical methods, such as

  • The lognormal distribution : with special references to its uses in economics / by J. Aitchison and J.A.C. Brown
    QA 276 A311 1963

  • The promise of artificial intelligence : reckoning and judgment / Brian Cantwell Smith
    Q 334.7 S65 2019eb

    An argument that--despite dramatic advances in the field--artificial intelligence is nowhere near developing systems that are genuinely intelligent.

    In this provocative book, Brian Cantwell Smith argues that artificial intelligence is nowhere near developing systems that are genuinely intelligent. Second wave AI, machine learning, even visions of third-wave AI: none will lead to human-level intelligence and judgment, which have been honed over millennia. Recent advances in AI may be of epochal significance, but human intelligence is of a different order than even the most powerful calculative ability enabled by new computational capacities. Smith calls this AI ability "reckoning," and argues that it does not lead to full human judgment--dispassionate, deliberative thought grounded in ethical commitment and responsible action.

    Taking judgment as the ultimate goal of intelligence, Smith examines the history of AI from its first-wave origins ("good old-fashioned AI," or GOFAI) to such celebrated second-wave approaches as machine learning, paying particular attention to recent advances that have led to excitement, anxiety, and debate. He considers each AI technology's underlying assumptions, the conceptions of intelligence targeted at each stage, and the successes achieved so far. Smith unpacks the notion of intelligence itself--what sort humans have, and what sort AI aims at.

    Smith worries that, impressed by AI's reckoning prowess, we will shift our expectations of human intelligence. What we should do, he argues, is learn to use AI for the reckoning tasks at which it excels while we strengthen our commitment to judgment, ethics, and the world.

    such celebrated second-wave approaches as machine learning, paying particular attention to recent advances that have led to excitement, anxiety, and debate. He considers each AI technology's underlying assumptions, the conceptions of intelligence targeted at each stage, and the successes achieved so far. Smith unpacks the notion of intelligence itself--what sort humans have, and what sort AI aims at.

    Smith worries that, impressed by AI's reckoning prowess, we will shift our expectations of human intelligence. What we should do, he argues, is learn to use AI for the reckoning tasks at which it excels while we strengthen our commitment to judgment, ethics, and the world.

  • SunriseSunset Solargraphs from Plum Creek

  • Flore nordique du Quebec et du Labrador. sous la direction de Serge Payette
    QK 203 Q3F566 2013eb vol. 3

  • Œuvres de Charles de Koninck. avant-propos, Thomas De Koninck ; introduction, Stéphanie Grimard et Valérie Roberge
    Q 175 K664 2009eb t. 3

  • West Coast 123s
    QA 113 A823 2019eb

    Hooray! Time for a new and colourful 123 adventure with bestselling children's author and illustrator Jocey Asnong, along the remarkable west coast of Canada.

    Jocey Asnong's vibrant and whimsical illustrations take readers kayaking through Cowichan Bay, surfing with starfish and sea otters at Tofino, and swimming with sea wolves in the Great Bear Rainforest. From carving through fresh powder at Whistler Blackcomb to treasure hunting at the bottom of the Salish Sea, this early concept board book in number recognition and counting is an excellent companion to Asnong's West Coast ABCs , as she continues showcasing the diverse marine mammals, ocean organisms, birds and other species that are unique to this region.

  • Intertwined histories : plants in their social contexts / edited by Jim Ellis
    QK 50 I58 2019eb

  • A trail called home : tree stories from the Golden Horseshoe / Paul O'Hara
    An exploration of trees in the Golden Horseshoe and the stories they tell.

    Trees define so much of Canadian life, but many people, particularly in the Golden Horseshoe area of Ontario, don't know that much about them. Granted, it is harder here: there are more trees that are native to this area than anywhere else in Canada.

    The great storytellers of the landscape, trees are looking glasses into the past. They speak of biology, ecology, and geology, as well as natural and human history. Through a greater understanding of trees, we can become more rooted to the land beneath our feet, and our place in it.

  • Close encounters of art and physics an artist's view / Laura Pesce

  • Artificial intelligence : 30th Benelux Conference, BNAIC 2018, 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands, November 8-9, 2018, Revised selected papers / Martin Atzmueller, Wouter Duivesteijn (eds.)

  • Pairwise multiple comparisons theory and computation / Taka-aki Shiraishi, Hiroshi Sugiura, Shin-ichi Matsuda

  • The role of bioactive lipids in cancer, inflammation and related diseases Kenneth V. Honn, Darryl C. Zeldin, editors

  • Practical Cryptography in Python Learning Correct Cryptography by Example / Seth James Nielson, Christopher K. Monson

  • Dormancy in aquatic organisms theory, human use and modeling / Victor R. Alekseev, Bernadette Pinel-Alloul, editors

  • Developing Applications with Azure Active Directory Principles of Authentication and Authorization for Architects and Developers

  • Measurements of Higgs Boson Properties in Proton-Proton Collisions at √s =7, 8 and 13 TeV at the CERN Large Hadron Collider Ulascan Sarica

  • A model-theoretic approach to proof theory Henryk Kotlarski, author

  • Advances in membrane proteins building, signaling and malfunction / Yu Cao, editor

  • Ethereum for web developers : learn to build web applications on top of the Ethereum blockchain / Santiago Palladino
    QA 76.9 B56P35 2019eb

  • Hands-on Azure boards : configuring and customizing process workflows in Azure DevOps services / Chaminda Chandrasekara, Pushpa Herath
    QA 76.76 D47C53 2019eb

  • Practical Azure functions : a guide to web, mobile, and IoT applications / Agus Kurniawan, Wely Lau
    QA 76.59 K86 2019eb

  • Character rigging and advanced animation : bring your character to life using Autodesk 3ds Max / Purushothaman Raju
    QA 76.76 C672R35 2019eb

  • Advanced applied deep learning : convolutional neural networks and object detection / Umberto Michelucci
    Q 325.5 M53 2019eb

  • Beginning game development with Amazon Lumberyard : create 3D games using Amazon Lumberyard and Lua / Jaken Chandler Herman
    QA 76.76 C672H47 2019eb

  • SAP ABAP objects : a practical guide to the basics and beyond / Rehan Zaidi
    QA 76.64 Z35 2019eb

  • Building machine learning and deep learning models on Google Cloud Platform : a comprehensive guide for beginners / Ekaba Bisong
    Q 325.5 B57 2019eb

  • Concise guide to software testing / Gerard O'Regan
    QA 76.76 T48O74 2019

  • Introduction to numerical methods for variational problems Hans Petter Langtangen, Kent-Andre Mardal

  • 500 examples and problems of applied differential equations Ravi P. Agarwal, Simona Hodis, Donal O'Regan

  • Python for the life sciences a gentle introduction to python for life scientists / Alexander Lancaster, Gordon Webster

  • Classical Newtonian gravity : a comprehensive introduction, with examples and exercises / Roberto A. Capuzzo Dolcetta
    QB 335 C37 2019


  • The physical and mathematical foundations of the theory of relativity : a critical analysis / Antonio Romano, Mario Mango Furnari
    QC 173.6 R66 2019eb

  • Human epigenetics : how science works / Carsten Carlberg, Ferdinand Molnár
    QH 431 C37 2019eb

  • Frontiers of dynamic games Game Theory and Management, St. Petersburg, 2018 / Leon A. Petrosyan, Vladimir V. Mazalov, Nikolay A. Zenkevich, editors

  • Soft computing in data science 5th International Conference, SCDS 2019, Iizuka, Japan, August 28-29, 2019, Proceedings / Michael W. Berry, Bee Wah Yap, Azlinah Mohamed, Mario Köppen (eds.)

  • Provable security 13th International Conference, ProvSec 2019, Cairns, QLD, Australia, October 1-4, 2019, Proceedings / Ron Steinfeld, Tsz Hon Yuen (eds.)

  • Flowing matter / Federico Toschi, Marcello Sega, editors
    QA 911 F56 2019

  • Koku in food science and physiology recent research on a key concept in palatability / Toshihide Nishimura, Motonaka Kuroda, editors

  • Quantum collisions and confinement of atomic and molecular species, and photons select proceedings of the 7th Topical Conference of ISAMP 2018 / P. C. Deshmukh, E. Krishnakumar, Stephan Fritzsche, M. Krishnamurthy, Sonjoy Majumder, editors

  • Natural bio-active compounds. edited by Mohd Sayeed Akhtar, Mallappa Kumara Swamy

  • Seeds of restoration success wild lands and plant diversity in the U.S. / Sara F. Oldfield, Peggy Olwell, Nancy Shaw, Kayri Havens

  • Angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy of delafossite metals Veronika Sunko

  • Citation analysis and dynamics of citation networks Michael Golosovsky

  • Evolving theories on the origin of the Moon / Warren D. Cummings
    QB 581 C86 2019eb

  • The special theory of relativity Einstein's world in new axiomatics / Helmut Günther, Volker Müller

  • On Hilbert-type and Hardy-type integral inequalities and applications Bicheng Yang, Michael Th. Rassias

  • Natural language processing and Chinese computing 8th CCF International Conference, NLPCC 2019, Dunhuang, China, October 9-14, 2019, Proceedings. Jie Tang, Min-Yen Kan, Dongyan Zhao, Sujian Li, Hongying Zan (eds.)
    QA 76.9 N38N572 2019eb

  • On the nature of charge density waves, superconductivity and their interplay in 1T-TiSe₂ Chuan Chen
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