Books in category Computers – Hardware

  • Peer to peer Programming on Groove

    Peer-to-peer Programming on Groove
    James Edwards

    Provides the necessary background to enable an advanced beginner or intermediate programmer to produce and deploy peer-to-peer applications using Groove.

  • Simula Research Laboratory

    Simula Research Laboratory
    Aslak Tveito, Are Magnus Bruaset, Olav Lysne

    This fascinating book tells the history of Simula, detailing the culture and values that have been the guiding principles of the laboratory throughout its existence.

  • BlackBerry Storm For Dummies

    BlackBerry Storm For Dummies
    Robert Kao, Dante Sarigumba

    Are you upgrading from an earlier BlackBerry, or did you hold out for the touch-screen model? Either way, this book is the perfect partner to help you get all your BlackBerry Storm has to offer.

  • Apple Pro Training Series

    Apple Pro Training Series
    Diana Weynand

    If you're familiar with Avid Media Composer and want to add Final Cut Pro to your toolkit, this is the book for you.

  • Beginning iPad Development for iPhone Developers

    Beginning iPad Development for iPhone Developers
    Jack Nutting, David Mark, Dave Wooldridge

    Provides information on building appliations for the iPad, covering such topics as using core text, popovers, split views, input methods, working with documents, and NavApp.

  • Do All Computing in Distributed Systems

    Do-All Computing in Distributed Systems
    Chryssis Georgiou

    The book is structured to meet the needs of a professional audience composed of researchers and practitioners in industry. This volume is also suitable for graduate-level students in computer science.

  • Computer Human Interaction

    Computer Human Interaction
    Masood Masoodian, Steve Jones, Bill Rogers

    This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th Asia Pacific Conference on Computer Human Interaction, APCHI 2004, held in Rotorua, New Zealand in June/July 2004.

  • The iPhone Pocket Guide

    The iPhone Pocket Guide
    Christopher Breen

    Looks at the diverse capabilities of the latest version of the iPhone, covering such topics as e-mail, Web browsing, maps, search functions, making phone calls and accessing the address book, and navigating through music, TV shows, and …

  • Multidisciplinary Scheduling Theory and Applications

    Multidisciplinary Scheduling: Theory and Applications
    Graham Kendall

    This volume focuses on the following topics: Fundamentals of Scheduling, Multi-Criteria Scheduling, Personnel Scheduling, Scheduling in Space, Scheduling the Internet, Machine Scheduling, Bin Packing, Educational Timetabling, Sports …

  • OS X Mountain Lion

    OS X Mountain Lion
    Chris Kennedy

    Perfect for new and longtime Mac users, this no-fluff guide to OS X Mountain Lion is packed with details on system preferences, the desktop, built-in applications, and utilities.

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