Download Module, Klassen, Verträge: Ein Lehrbuch zur by Karlheinz Hug PDF

By Karlheinz Hug

Dieses Lehrbuch will den Leser nicht nur in das Programmieren im Kleinen, in Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen, sondern auch in objekt- und komponentenorientierte Softwaretechniken einf?hren, um ihn auf das systematische Konstruieren professioneller software program vorzubereiten. software program erscheint als Architektur - als strukturierte Ansammlung von Komponenten, die ?ber definierte Schnittstellen interagieren. Der Autor entwickelt die Lehrinhalte anhand aufeinander aufbauender Beispielkomponenten, wobei er Software-Qualit?tsmerkmale wie Wartbarkeit und Wiederverwendbarkeit behandelt. Der Leser lernt nach dem Ansatz des schrittweisen ?ffnens von Black packing containers zun?chst, Komponenten zu benutzen, bevor er sie implementiert und erweitert. Die Methode des Spezifizierens und Programmierens durch Vertrag setzt der Autor konsequent ein, um zu zeigen, wie guy zuverl?ssige, korrekte software program entwickeln kann. Neben grafischen Notationen dient die objekt- und komponentenorientierte Programmiersprache part Pascal dazu, die softwaretechnischen Konzepte zu vermitteln. Das Buch bietet Grundlagen, ohne Spezialkenntnisse vorauszusetzen; es richtet sich vor allem an Einsteiger in die Informatik.

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Download Wired for War: The Robotics Revolution and Conflict in the by P. W. Singer PDF

By P. W. Singer

An army specialist finds how technology fiction is quickly changing into truth at the battlefield, altering not only how wars are fought, but in addition the politics, economics, legislation, and ethics that encompass battle itself

P. W. Singer’s prior books foretold the increase of personal army contractors and the appearance of kid soldiers— predictions that proved all too actual. Now, he explores the best revolution in army affairs because the atom bomb—the introduction of robot warfare.

We are only commencing to see an incredible shift in army know-how that threatens to make the stuff of I,Robot and the Terminator all too actual. greater than seven- thousand robot structures are actually in Iraq. Pilots in Nevada are remotely killing terrorists in Afghanistan. Scientists are debating simply how smart—and how lethal—to make their present robot prototypes. and lots of of the main popular technological know-how fiction authors are secretly consulting for the Pentagon at the subsequent generation.

Blending ancient proof with interviews from the sector, Singer vividly indicates that as those applied sciences multiply, they are going to have profound results at the entrance strains in addition to at the politics again domestic. relocating people off the battlefield makes wars more uncomplicated to begin, yet extra advanced to struggle. exchanging males with machines could avoid wasting lives, yet will decrease the morale and mental boundaries to killing. The “warrior ethos,” which has lengthy outlined soldiers’ identification, will erode, as will the legislation of conflict that experience ruled army clash for generations.

Paradoxically, those new applied sciences also will deliver battle to our doorstep. As different international locations or even terrorist agencies begin to construct or purchase their very own robot guns, the robotic revolution may undermine America’s army preeminence. whereas his research is unnerving, there’s an impossible to resist gee-whiz caliber to the ideas Singer uncovers. stressed for warfare travels from Iraq to work out those robots in wrestle to the latter-day “skunk works” in America’s suburbia, the place tomorrow’s applied sciences of warfare are quietly being designed. In Singer’s fingers, the way forward for struggle is as interesting because it is horrifying.

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Download Perspectives on European Earthquake Engineering and PDF

This publication collects five keynote and 15 subject lectures offered on the 2d eu convention on Earthquake Engineering and Seismology (2ECEES), held in Istanbul, Turkey, from August 24 to 29, 2014. The convention used to be equipped by means of the Turkish Earthquake origin - Earthquake Engineering Committee and top Ministry, catastrophe and Emergency administration Presidency less than the auspices of the eu organization for Earthquake Engineering (EAEE) and eu Seismological fee (ESC).
The book’s twenty state of the art papers have been written by way of the main well-known researchers in Europe and tackle a entire number of subject matters on earthquake engineering, in addition to interdisciplinary topics equivalent to engineering seismology and seismic possibility overview and administration. additional subject matters comprise engineering seismology, geotechnical earthquake engineering, seismic functionality of structures, earthquake-resistant engineering buildings, new options and applied sciences and handling chance in seismic areas. The booklet additionally provides the 3rd Ambraseys distinct Award Lecture given through Prof. Robin Spence in honor of Prof. Nicholas N. Ambraseys.
The goal of this paintings is to give the state-of-the paintings and most modern practices within the fields of earthquake engineering and seismology, with Europe’s most precious researchers addressing contemporary and ongoing advancements whereas additionally featuring cutting edge avenues for destiny study and improvement. Given its state of the art content material and vast spectrum of issues, the publication deals a different reference advisor for researchers in those fields.
This publication is of curiosity to civil engineers within the fields of geotechnical and structural earthquake engineering; scientists and researchers within the fields of seismology, geology and geophysics. not just scientists, engineers and scholars, but additionally these attracted to earthquake possibility evaluate and mitigation will locate during this e-book the latest advances.

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Download Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley by Doug Menuez PDF

By Doug Menuez

An eye-opening chronicle of the Silicon Valley know-how increase, taking pictures key moments within the careers of Steve Jobs and greater than seventy different best innovators as they created today's electronic international

In the spring of 1985, a technological revolution used to be lower than method in Silicon Valley, and documentary photographer Doug Menuez was once there looking for a story-something colossal. even as, Steve Jobs was once being compelled out of his liked Apple and beginning over with a brand new corporation, subsequent desktop. His objective was once to construct a supercomputer with the ability to remodel schooling. Menuez had chanced on his tale: he proposed to photo Jobs and his notable staff as they outfitted this new computing device, from notion to product release.

In an awesome act of belief, Jobs granted Menuez limitless entry to the corporate, and, for the following 3 years, Menuez used to be in a position to get on movie the spirit and substance of innovation in the course of the daily activities of the world's best know-how guru.

From there, the venture elevated to incorporate the main trailblazing businesses in Silicon Valley, all of which granted Menuez an analogous entire entry that Jobs had. Menuez photographed backstage with John Warnock at Adobe, John Sculley at Apple, invoice Gates at Microsoft, John Doerr at Kleiner Perkins, invoice pleasure at solar Microsystems, Gordon Moore and Andy Grove at Intel, Marc Andreessen at Netscape, and greater than seventy different prime businesses and innovators. it might be fifteen years ahead of Menuez stopped capturing, simply because the dotcom bubble burst. a unprecedented period used to be coming to its shut.

With his singular behind-the-scenes entry to those notoriously insular businesses, Menuez used to be current for moments of heartbreaking failure and unforeseen luck, moments that made background, and moments that exposed the typical lives of the people who made it take place. this era of speedy, radical switch might impact virtually each element of our tradition and our lives in methods either huge and small and could additionally create extra jobs and wealth than the other time in human heritage. And Doug Menuez used to be there, a witness to a revolution.

In greater than 100 images and accompanying statement, Fearless Genius captures the human face of innovation and indicates what it takes to remodel strong rules into truth.

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Download Power Transformers Quality Assurance by Indrajit Dasgupta PDF

By Indrajit Dasgupta

With the view to realize greater reliability in energy approach operation, the standard insurance within the box of distribution and tool transformers has claimed growing to be consciousness. in addition to new advancements within the fabric expertise and production procedures of transformers, commonplace diagnostic checking out and upkeep of any engineering product can be ascertained by means of ensuring:

* correct number of fabrics and elements and their caliber checks.
* program of right production strategies any structures engineering.
* the user`s know-how in the direction of preventive maintenance.

The profitable functionality of the product can purely be guaranteed as soon as those 3 autonomous functioning experts subscribe to palms jointly for the typical reason i.e., `QUALITY ASSURANCE`. with no this tie up we can't anticipate uniform caliber with passable functionality and longer lifestyles span of the goods. as a way to create, distribute and pace the message of caliber with an target of constructing `Made in India` point a logo of caliber on the planet industry, accountability of every functionaries must be pointed out. preserving the above in brain the contents of the publication is split in 5 sections.

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Download The New Digital Age: Reshaping the Future of People, Nations by Jared Cohen, Eric Schmidt PDF

By Jared Cohen, Eric Schmidt

In an unprecedented collaboration, major worldwide thinkers in know-how and international affairs supply us their broadly expected, transformational imaginative and prescient of the long run: an international the place everyone seems to be connected—a global choked with demanding situations and merits which are ours to fulfill and to harness.

Eric Schmidt is one in every of Silicon Valley’s nice leaders, having taken Google from a small startup to at least one of the world’s such a lot influential businesses. Jared Cohen is the director of Google principles and a former adviser to secretaries of nation Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton. With their mixed wisdom and reports, the authors are uniquely situated to tackle a few of the hardest questions about our destiny: Who might be extra robust sooner or later, the citizen or the country? Will expertise make terrorism more straightforward or more durable to hold out? what's the dating among privateness and protection, and what kind of can we need to surrender to be a part of the recent electronic age?

during this groundbreaking booklet, Schmidt and Cohen mix commentary and perception to stipulate the promise and peril looking ahead to us within the coming many years. instantaneously pragmatic and inspirational, this can be a forward-thinking account of the place our global is headed and what this implies for individuals, states and businesses.

With the boldness and readability of visionaries, Schmidt and Cohen illustrate simply how a lot we need to glance ahead to—and pay attention of—as the best info and know-how revolution in human historical past keeps to conform. On person, group and country degrees, throughout each geographical and socioeconomic spectrum, they exhibit the dramatic developments—good and bad—that will remodel either our daily lives and our figuring out of self and society, as know-how advances and our digital identities turn into a growing number of essentially real.

As Schmidt and Cohen’s nuanced imaginative and prescient of the close to destiny unfolds, an city specialist takes his driverless motor vehicle to paintings, attends conferences through hologram and dispenses home tasks robots by way of voice; a Congolese fisherwoman makes use of her shrewdpermanent mobile to observe marketplace call for and coordinate revenues (saving on expensive refrigeration and fighting overfishing); the capability arises for “virtual statehood” and “Internet asylum” to disencumber political dissidents and oppressed minorities, but additionally for tech-savvy autocracies (and possibly democracies) to take advantage of their citizens’ cellular units for ever extra ubiquitous surveillance. alongside the way in which, we meet a cadre of foreign figures—including Julian Assange—who clarify their very own visions of our technology-saturated future.

Inspiring, provocative and soaking up, The New electronic Age is a superb research of the way our hyper-connected global will quickly glance, from of our such a lot prescient and proficient public thinkers.

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