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10 PRINT CHR 205 5 RND 1 GOTO 10

10 PRINT CHR  205 5 RND 1      GOTO 10 Author Nick Montfort
ISBN-10 9780262304573
Release 2012-11-23
Pages 328
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This book takes a single line of code -- the extremely concise BASIC program for the Commodore 64 inscribed in the title -- and uses it as a lens through which to consider the phenomenon of creative computing and the way computer programs exist in culture. The authors of this collaboratively written book treat code not as merely functional but as a text -- in the case of 10 PRINT, a text that appeared in many different printed sources -- that yields a story about its making, its purpose, its assumptions, and more. They consider randomness and regularity in computing and art, the maze in culture, the popular BASIC programming language, and the highly influential Commodore 64 computer.



Introduction to Networking

Introduction to Networking Author Wendell Odom
ISBN-10 0789748452
Release 2013
Pages 597
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Introduction to Networking has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Introduction to Networking also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Introduction to Networking book for free.



Line of Fire

Line of Fire Author Andy McNab
ISBN-10 0552174270
Release 2018-06-14
Pages 496
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'Like the best action films in book form' FHM Nick Stone is back in London but if he thought he was home for a break, he's very, very wrong. Backed into a corner by a man he knows he cannot trust, ex-deniable operator Nick Stone strikes a devil's bargain. In exchange for his own safety - a life for a life - Stone is charged with locating someone who doesn't want to be found, currently hiding out in the one of the remotest corners of the UK. And for the first time in a long time, he's not operating alone. But Stone and his team don't find just anyone. They find a world-class hacker, so good that her work might threaten the stability of the western world as we know it. These are dangerous waters and Stone is quickly in over his head. Before he finally knows which way to turn, the choice is ripped out of his hands. Most people might think of home as safety but Nick Stone isn't most people. For him and his team, it's just another place to get caught in the line of fire...



Interchange Workbook 2

Interchange Workbook 2 Author Jack C. Richards
ISBN-10 0521602009
Release 2004-11-01
Pages 96
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Interchange Third edition is a four-level series for adult and young-adult learners of English from the beginning to the high-intermediate level. The Interchange Third Edition Workbook has six-page units that follow the same sequence as the Student's Book, recycling and reviewing language from previous units. It provides additional practice in grammar, vocabulary, reading, and writing. The Workbook can be appropriate for in-class work or assigned as homework.



Inquiry in Action

Inquiry in Action Author Jane B. Reece
ISBN-10 0321834178
Release 2013-12-10
Pages 128
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This guide helps students learn how to read and understand primary research articles. Part A presents complete articles accompanied by questions that help students analyze the article. Related Inquiry Figures are included in the supplement. Part B covers every part of a research paper, explaining the aim of the sections and how the paper works as a whole.



Politics of modern Maharashtra

Politics of modern Maharashtra Author V. P. Deo
ISBN-10 UOM:39015054134476
Release 2000
Pages 241
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Contributed articles.



Gleanings in botanical research

Gleanings in botanical research Author C. G. K. Ramanujam
ISBN-10 CHI:74952622
Release 2005-01-01
Pages 426
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Contributed articles; with reference to India.



Provocative Syntax

Provocative Syntax Author Phil Branigan
ISBN-10 9780262515597
Release 2011
Pages 176
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A new theory of syntactic movement within a Chomskyan framework.



Everyday Information

Everyday Information Author William Aspray
ISBN-10 9780262294423
Release 2011-03-04
Pages 368
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All day, every day, Americans seek information. We research major purchases. We check news and sports. We visit government Web sites for public information and turn to friends for advice about our everyday lives. Although the Internet influences our information-seeking behavior, we gather information from many sources: family and friends, television and radio, books and magazines, experts and community leaders. Patterns of information seeking have evolved throughout American history and are shaped by a number of forces, including war, modern media, the state of the economy, and government regulation. This book examines the evolution of information seeking in nine areas of everyday American life.Chapters offer an information perspective on car buying, from the days of the Model T to the present; philanthropic and charitable activities; airline travel and the complex layers of information available to passengers; genealogy, from the family Bible to Ancestry.com; sports statistics, as well as fantasy sports leagues and their fans' obsession with them; the multimedia universe of gourmet cooking; governmental and publicly available information; reading, sharing, and creating comics; and text messaging among young people as a way to exchange information and manage relationships. Taken together, these case studies provide a fascinating window on the importance of information in the past century of American life.



Plant Reproductive and Molecular Biology

Plant Reproductive and Molecular Biology Author S.N. Chaturvedi
ISBN-10 8179101193
Release 2005-01-01
Pages 224
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The Wide Range Of Articles Provides Valuable Information On Various Aspects Of Reproductive Biology Of Flowering Plants Incorporating Autonomous Endosperm Development, In Vitro Production Of Haploids And Triploids, In Situ Pollen Germination, Pollination Mechanism, Factors Affecting Reproductive Success, Use Of Synthetic Hybridizing Agents, Pollen Allelopathy, Plant Sciences Perspective Along With Cell And Molecular Biology Including Transposon Diversity, Calcium Signaling, Sex Chromosomes, Plant Dna Fingerprinting, Dna Fibres, Cytotoxicity And Biomarkers Of Senescence In Plants.



Cognitive Carpentry

Cognitive Carpentry Author John L. Pollock
ISBN-10 0262161524
Release 1995
Pages 377
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In his groundbreaking new book, John Pollock establishes an outpost at the crossroads where artificial intelligence meets philosophy. Specifically, he proposes a general theory of rationality and then describes its implementation in OSCAR, an architecture for an autonomous rational agent he claims is the "first AI system capable of performing reasoning that philosophers would regard as epistemically sophisticated." A sequel to Pollock's How to Build a Person, this volume builds upon that theoretical groundwork for the implementation of rationality through artificial intelligence. Pollock argues that progress in AI has stalled because of its creators' reliance upon unformulated intuitions about rationality. Instead, he bases the OSCAR architecture upon an explicit philosophical theory of rationality, encompassing principles of practical cognition, epistemic cognition, and defeasible reasoning. One of the results is the world's first automated defeasible reasoner capable of reasoning in a rich, logical environment. Underlying Pollock's thesis is a conviction that the tenets of artificial intelligence and those of philosophy can be complementary and mutually beneficial. And, while members of both camps have in recent years grown skeptical of the very possibility of "symbol processing" AI, Cognitive Carpentry establishes that such an approach to AI can be successful. A Bradford Book



Beyond Resource Wars

Beyond Resource Wars Author Shlomi Dinar
ISBN-10 9780262515580
Release 2011
Pages 335
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An argument that resource scarcity and environmental degradation can provide an impetus for cooperation among countries.



Entangled Geographies

Entangled Geographies Author Gabrielle Hecht
ISBN-10 9780262515788
Release 2011
Pages 337
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Investigations into how technologies became peculiar forms of politics in an expanded geography of the Cold War.



Quest to Learn

Quest to Learn Author Katie Salen
ISBN-10 9780262515658
Release 2011
Pages 142
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The design for Quest to Learn, an innovative school in New York City that offers a"game-like" approach to learning.



America s Environmental Report Card

America s Environmental Report Card Author Harvey Blatt
ISBN-10 9780262515917
Release 2011
Pages 367
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A timely analysis of the state of America's environmental health addresses some of our most pressing environmental concerns, including air and water pollution, energy consumption, global warming, the ozone layer, climate change, and species depletion, and outlines workable and reasonable solutions that can map a course to a sustainable future.



Carbon Coalitions

Carbon Coalitions Author Jonas Meckling
ISBN-10 9780262016322
Release 2011
Pages 250
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"Presents the first comprehensive study on the rise of carbon trading and the role business played in making this policy instrument a central pillar of global climate governance." - cover.



Politics of Urban Runoff

Politics of Urban Runoff Author Andrew Karvonen
ISBN-10 9780262297820
Release 2011-08-19
Pages 306
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When rain falls on the city, it creates urban runoff that cause flooding, erosion, and water pollution. Municipal engineers manage a complex network of technical and natural systems to treat and remove these temporary water flows from cities as quickly as possible. Urban runoff is frequently discussed in terms of technical expertise and environmental management, but it encompasses a multitude of such nontechnical issues as land use, quality of life, governance, aesthetics, and community identity, and is central to the larger debates on creating more sustainable and livable cities. In this book, Andrew Karvonen uses urban runoff as a lens to view the relationships among nature, technology, and society. Offering theoretical insights from urban environmental history, human geography, landscape and ecological planning, and science and technology studies as well as empirical evidence from case studies, Karvonen proposes a new relational politics of urban nature.After describing the evolution of urban runoff practices, Karvonen analyzes the urban runoff activities in Austin and Seattle -- two cities known for their highly contested public debates over runoff issues and exemplary storm water management practices. The Austin case study highlights the tensions among urban development, property rights, land use planning, and citizen activism; the Seattle case study explores the city's long-standing reputation for being in harmony with nature. Drawing on these accounts, Karvonen suggests a new relational politics of urban nature that is situated, inclusive, and action-oriented to address the tensions among nature, technology, and society.