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161. Process for System Architecture
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162. Digital Design with CPLD Applications
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163. Hard Real-Time Computing Systems:
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164. Operations Research: An Introduction
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165. SystemC: From the Ground Up (The
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161. Process for System Architecture and Requirements Engineering
by Dorset House Publishing Company, Incorporated
Paperback (September, 2000)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Architecture and requirements in tandem
The requirements of a software system are similar to the demands that people make in negotiations. In a negotiation, both sides know that the party making the demands is asking for much more than they expect to achieve. However, the side receiving the demands does not know which of the demands will be negotiated away and which are inviolable. While the similarities do exist and knowing them can be helpful, there are some fundamental differences.5-0 out of 5 stars Author's Introduction.
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162. Digital Design with CPLD Applications and VHDL, 2E
by Thomson Delmar Learning
Hardcover (08 June, 2004)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great CPLD book with practical examples
The teaching of digital electronics using CPLD is very useful, the book covers theory, truth table, gate level implementation. The examples show you how to create a module, for instance,a multiplexer.It doesnt only end here, it further demonstrate the application of the multiplexer. From there, you can have better understanding from gate level up to system level. I benefit a lot from this approach. The examples are very useful despite I am not writing in VHDL.
4-0 out of 5 stars Good for beginners
This is a good book for beginners to digital logic and VHDL. It spends a lot of time explaining how different components like encoders, decoders, muxes, state machines, etc work. That's good for people who haven't been exposed to the material before. If you want to learn that stuff and apply it in VHDL, it's a great book. If you're just trying to learn one or another aspect, there are probably better books out there. If you want to learn VHDL from the book and already know a fair amount about digital logic, it's tough because you keep on skipping stuff you already know and and then later find out that there was VHDL information buried in that section on seven-segment displays. Similarly, people just trying to learn digital logic who are uninterested in VHDL will probably find that they spend a lot of time skipping past explanation of VHDL. Add in the fact that lots of space is taken up by screenshots of Altera software, and the book ends up containing surprisingly little information for its size. People who want a thorough discussion of digital logic or VHDL should look elsewhere. Beginners will probably be right at home. ... Read more

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163. Hard Real-Time Computing Systems: Predictable Scheduling Algorithms and Applications (Real-Time Systems Series)
by Springer
Hardcover (11 September, 2006)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Provides practical hard RT techniques based on theory.
Highly recommended. This is the book that I loan to software engineers,computer science new grads (and sometimes not so new grads), that don'tunderstand what hard real-time is, don't understand that it matters, andmost importantly, don't understand that real-time performance can bepredicted by the appropriate choice of a scheduling policy. Byunderstanding the concepts in this book, the real-time system architect isprovided a variety of techniques that can be used to design a system whosetiming performance can be analyzed, predicted and guaranteed byproof.Read more

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164. Operations Research: An Introduction (8th Edition)
by Prentice Hall
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165. SystemC: From the Ground Up (The Kluwer International Series in Engineering & Computer Science)
by Springer
Hardcover (31 May, 2004)
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2-0 out of 5 stars Poorly edited, bad layout
I have read through this book cover to cover twice in an attempt to tease out gems of insight. The information is there, but the extremely compact writing style and poor layout make the endeavor difficult. In addition, the examples are very superficial. When I've got a question about SystemC I consult the LRM (IEEE 1666)and I rarely go back to this book.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is the best beginning SystemC book out there
Before this book had come out, there were only a couple SystemC books available, and after reading them both, I still had no real grasp of how to write a basic program in SystemC.This book basically connected all the dots for me, and I was able to start writing a testbench in SystemC.For the best beginner's regimen, read this book cover-to-cover a couple times and get the "SystemC Golden Reference Guide" by Doulos for use as a syntax reference when you are actually writing your code.

3-0 out of 5 stars Complete but overly complicated, needs editing
This is a good book on SystemC, but it is not a good book for beginners.The book is overly complicated and provides levels of detail in its examples that are unnecessary to make the point or teach the subject.
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166. VRML 2.0 Sourcebook, 2nd Edition
by John Wiley & Sons
Paperback (01 February, 2001)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Complete Guide to VRML provides insight into Xj3D too
Even nearly nine years after it was first written, this book continues to be valuable for more reasons than when it was published. If you are still involved in VRML and have some need to learn this language, this book is a complete guide that starts from the beginning with the simplest concepts and shape definitions and then builds to advanced concepts such as textures, lighting, and fog. Throughout the book there are figures of the resulting images and plenty of sample VRML files for all examples. I do agree with the other reviewers that chapter 30, the one on scripting, is really the only chapter that is no longer worthwhile since so many changes have been made to the scripting part of VRML. Other than that, this is truly one of the best written and most instructive tech books I have ever bought. If you are going to study VRML, there is no longer any other book in existence but this one that is worth owning.
5-0 out of 5 stars A great introduction, resource, and reference
I agree completely with the other reviewers.This book is has an amazing wealth of information about VRML and will have you making some amazing worlds by the time you are finished.Many important subjects are covered, from beginning to advanced topics.I do agree that there isn't NEARLY enough information about scripting with VRML, just a brief talk of how to do it.Some more examples with this would have been a huge help, but otherwise, I'd recommend this book to anyone who uses VRML, no matter your expertise.

5-0 out of 5 stars Informative Book
This book is perfect for beginners and those that already now the basics and want to advance further. It has many examples and is written in a intelligent manor. If you are advanced in VRML you may still benefit from this book however when it comes to scripting and adding Java to your 3d worlds you will need to invest in other books. ... Read more

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167. Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment (Advanced and Emerging Communications Technologies Series)
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168. SAS Applications Programming: A Gentle Introduction (Duxbury Series in Statistics & Decision Sciences)
by Duxbury Press
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent beginner's book
I used this book in grad school to refresh my very limited SAS knowledge for a course I was doing. I'd used other books during my undergrad days, but none of them was as helpful as this one. It's a good way for a beginner to ease themselves into SAS without getting tangled in the complexities.3-0 out of 5 stars For beginners, two books better than one
I suggest getting both a book like this, for its greater comprehensivity, combined with another one (like 'SAS programming By Example') for its more user friendly accessibility, if you are a beginner.Both books can be used as a starting text, and having two books can be better than one, and each one complements the other.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for beginners
This is the best introductory SAS book I have seen.It introduces the basic SAS structure and programming statements.A good and detailed explanation is provided for DATA step vs. PROC, a topic that always provesto be difficult to grasp for SAS newbies.Read more

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169. Evolution of Networks: From Biological Nets to the Internet and WWW(Physics)
by Oxford University Press, USA
Hardcover (27 March, 2003)
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5-0 out of 5 stars We're nothing without our networks
As a physicist with a descent background in statistical physics, and who worked as "quant" (financial physicist), I realized that living, dynamic networks play a much more prevalent role in the universe than I had ever imagined.However, until I worked through the well written, accesible pages of this book, my knowledge of dynamic networks was actually still quite dry and smallish.This book will expand your awareness and knowledge of networks AND, thanks to its ample supply of citations to the literature, help you get started on your own desktop PC research.This is a must read book for any self-respecting mathematician and physicist.I think you will more than enjoy it, you will find it useful. And while you're at it, give a looksi at the Amazon reviews of my history based strong science fiction book: Beyond Future Shock It's about the near-term perils and promises of advanced bio/nano technology in a world filled with religious turmoil and ever more ridiculous wealth gradients.
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170. Harnessing AutodeskCivil 3D2007
by Autodesk Press
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171. Code Reading: The Open Source Perspective
by Addison-Wesley Professional
Paperback (27 May, 2003)
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4-0 out of 5 stars Works best if you have the matching skill sets of the material...
If you're a programmer, you are going to be reading the code that others write.It's as simple as that.But reading code is not like reading someone's novel or article.You have to figure out what the code is doing, what was the intent of the writer, how does the code fit with all the other pieces, etc.Often, all that needs to be done without a single comment, either.With that in mind, Diomidis Spinellis wrote the book Code Reading - The Open Source Perspective.There are some pretty good perspectives and techniques here that probably work best if you're familiar with C and Unix...
4-0 out of 5 stars Five stars for beginners, much less for seasoned programmers
While I have absolutely no doubt that the contents of this book are extremely valuable to developers, it is difficult for me to believe that seasoned programmers would need to read it. In fact, if they are in need of this knowledge, then I truly question their competence.
3-0 out of 5 stars An attempt at being software engineering encyclopedia that falls short
I agree with the two previous reviewers (Paul and Hollasch). On the positive side, the author's obviously a serious scholar. His knowledge is broad and on some subjects deep as well. The bibliography is extensive and offers good leads for further reading. However, he attempted to do too much in a single volume. The book title is "Code Reading," but the author covers everything from architecture to revision control to configuration management to documentation, with none detailed enough to be useful. Most code examples covered are in C, but he also sprinkled the book with Java, Perl, and even makefile codes. Take that makefile code as an example, if you are not familiar with makefile, you are bound to be lost in his detailed explanation of the code. On the other hand, if you already know makefile and regularly write or modify one, the explanation is isolated and gratuitous, because if necessary you would rather consult a reference book devoted to that subject. Another drawback is that the author spent too many pages stating the plain obvious, effectively drawning the few unique good points of his own. I also noticed that the author presented outdated or not-so-modern materials. For example, he mixes C with C++ and makes incorrect claims no longer applying to both. (It appears to me that the author had no idea about post-98, modern C++.) Another example is Hungarian notations, which has been discounted by Microsoft, with the advent of C# and their fancy new visual IDE tools. ... Read more

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172. Applied Coding & Information Theory for Engineers
by Prentice Hall
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173. Programming Languages: Design and Implementation (4th Edition)
by Prentice Hall
Hardcover (15 January, 2001)
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3-0 out of 5 stars Dry but of Substance
This book is one of the driest book in computer science that I read. It may take a little bit more effort to read than other computer science book, but the topic and its explanation are not incomprehensible. If you are willing to put time and effort, you will gain quite a lot of information out of it.
1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible Text
Please do not get this book.I had this for a class - At first the beginning chapters are simple and easy to comprehend.Starting at about chapter 3 or 4 it is really confusing and the questions at the end of the chapter have nothing to do with the chapter at all, and they must be looked up on the Internet anyway!Even looking up the questions on the Internet was extremely difficult.Answering 4 or 5 questions at the end of each chapter was taking literally hours.You have to read the chapters many, many times to get any comprehension, and even then you will still be dumbfounded.Believe me, what they are talking about in the text could be A LOT more easily stated and shown.Please convince your professor to not use this text.You will be sorry - and I pity anyone who has been required to waste money on this book.

3-0 out of 5 stars a good book, but...
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174. Introductory VHDL: From Simulation to Synthesis + XILINX Foundation Series Software, Version 2.1i
by Prentice Hall
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5-0 out of 5 stars Clear concepts in concise description
I have found the book so helpful after trying to find answers on line or from other VHDL books. It helped me greatly in understanding the concepts, some times assisted by the just in-time figures.
4-0 out of 5 stars Overall, good book for begineers.
had to buy this book for subject at uni. The arena of VHDL, digital logic, synthesis, simulation and FPGA's is a broad subject and it can be hard to know where to start and where to find the right information. Overall I found the book to be a good introductory text and reference but with a few small annoying features.4-0 out of 5 stars Overall, good book for begineers.
had to buy this book for subject at uni. The arena of VHDL, digital logic, synthesis and simulation is a broad subject and it can be hard to know where to start and where to find the right information. Overall I found the book to be a good introductory text and reference but with a few small annoying features.Read more

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175. Principles of Object-Oriented Analysis and Design
by Prentice Hall PTR
Paperback (27 October, 1992)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Simplet Object Oriented Book
A perfect book for beginners, the auther illustrated the topic in a perfect way making it simple to understand by giving real life example, I would strongly recommed it for beginners but he keeps repeating things a lot in the book. ... Read more

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176. Dynamic Optimization (Advanced Textbooks in Economics)
by Elsevier Science
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4-0 out of 5 stars Chiang's book is best.
This book is decent, but I think that Chiang book is better that this book, I recommend "Elements of Dynamic Optimization" from Alpha Chiang (ISBN: 157766096X), it's better.

5-0 out of 5 stars A must book for every serious economics student
There is no doubt that to master in advanced economics one should have a firm grasp on mathematical tools.Kamien and Schwartz's Dynamiz Optimization is the perfect book to this end.Actually it deserves a rating more than five stars. ... Read more

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177. Case*Method: Entity Relationship Modelling
by Addison-Wesley Professional
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2-0 out of 5 stars Entity Relationship Modelling considered Harmful
Prospective buyers should be aware ERM is a mistake.It is a vastly oversimplification of actually modelling, being incapable of representing many fundamental features of any relational model and even being misleading.5-0 out of 5 stars Case * Methods: Task and Deliverables
I work in the Information Technology Section for the Department of Natural Resources. This review is for the book Case* Method: Tasks and Deliverablesby Richard Barker ISBN 0-201-41697-2. 5-0 out of 5 stars Big Concepts - Plain English
I have to concur with the other five star reviews on Barker's book.I spent hours in a Borders evaluating which book to buy to learn Entity-Relationships. This was the book I picked and I never regretted it. All other data modeling books make far more sense after reading Barker's first two chapters. ... Read more

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178. The Elements of User Interface Design
by Wiley
Paperback (February, 1997)
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2-0 out of 5 stars Ironically All Show and No Substance
Some books can trick you into thinking that there is going to be something to say when there really isn't. Sadly, this book falls into that category. Bound between the covers are 400-plus pages of common sense, rants about Windows, praises for OS/2, and constantly repeated philosophies that are never truly demonstrated.
2-0 out of 5 stars for the novice really
the book isn't a bad book but it's more of a reference and a little on the novice side.If you haven't already, check out "The Human Interface" by Jef Raskin.That is a far superior book.

3-0 out of 5 stars Focuses on "Desktop", not "Web" UIs
Mandel's book was one of several UI books I got when I was trying to implement a process for designing Web user interfaces at my workplace.Mandel has an entire chapter on it, "The User Interface Design Process", which on flipping through the pages seems quite comprehensive.Read more

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179. SAP ABAP Certification Review: SAP ABAP Interview Questions, Answers, And Explanations
by Equity Press
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4-0 out of 5 stars Interview Books
First, and frankly the most important thing to understand about interview questions books is that they help you save time. These books help you understand what deserves your attention and further reading, and what does not. These books help you understand what you need to learn, and what you can safely ignore. As an SAP consultant you can spend several hours each week, if not every day, learning about SAP. It is a major part of being an SAP person (especially a good one), and anything that you can do to reduce the amount of time you spend simply learning is very valuable to you. When you're spending time reading and not billing at a client, it can cost you about $100 each hour. That's expensive reading time! And so why would you even think twice about the cost of a $50 book if you think it will help you learn something valuable that you can apply at your job.
3-0 out of 5 stars It's too expensive
It's interesting, but the information is not enought for the price. I expect a deep explanation for those questions maybe some samples.

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I think it's going to be a good direction to a new beginner.
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180. ACID Pro 5 Power!: The Official Guide to Sony ACID Pro 5 Software (Power!)
by Course Technology PTR
Paperback (20 December, 2004)
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Next Step
This book not only will help you begin to expand what you can do with Acid Pro 5.0, but will also provide a review of basic music theory and song creation. It is more detailed, and not as fun to read as "Instant Acid" but can actually serve as a reference as you continue to grow in your technical abilities. You can hear how I used the info by lisening to Griffman on acidplanet.com

5-0 out of 5 stars Intermediate Level Tutorial/Reference Book
Sub-Title: The Official Guide to Sony ACID Pro 5 Software : The Official Guide to Sony's ACID Pro 5 (Power!)
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