Murach S C Programming

Author: Joel Murach
Publisher: Mike Murach & Associates
ISBN: 9781943872275
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C++ was first released in 1985, and it was a hard language to learn. That's because it required programmers to master low-level techniques to work with memory. Over the years, C++ has evolved to provide many higher-level techniques that make it much easier to write effective C++ code. But most C++ books haven't evolved with the language. Now, Murach's top authors have tackled the subject, rethinking the whole approach. So this book takes advantage of the modern techniques to make it easier to learn C++ than ever before. It's organized in a logical way that gets you off to a fast start with a practical subset of today's C++, and then builds out your coding and OOP skills to the professional level. With that foundation in place, it also covers older techniques so you'll be able to maintain the vast amount of legacy code that's out there, as well as work with embedded systems that don't support the newer techniques. To make all that manageable, this book uses Murach's distinctive "paired-pages" format that programmers find so helpful for both training and reference: Each topic is presented in a 2-page spread, with syntax, coding examples, and bulleted guidelines on the righthand page and extra explanation and perspective on the left. What's more, this book gives you 50+ realistic program examples to study, as well as practice exercises for hands-on experience. Examples and exercises like these are the key to learning any programming language. But you'll have a hard time finding such effective ones in other books and courses, that deliver the skills ours do.

Temperate Agroforestry Systems

Author: Andrew M Gordon
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 178064485X
Size: 32.51 MB
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Organic animal production has increased rapidly in recent years to keep up with the increasing consumer demand for organic meats. There are many guidelines and restrictions on what should go into the feedstuffs of organically farmed animals, from which difficulties arise when trying to ensure a well-balanced, nutritious diet without the use of any supplements. The book has been completely updated and revised to address how to formulate organic diets in situations where there is a declining supply of organic feed, as well as the feasibility of utilizing novel feedstuffs and their acceptability by consumers of organic meat products. Including the experiences of producers in relation to appropriate breeds and production systems for forage-based organic production, this book is an important read for researchers and students of organic food animal production, veterinary sciences and food; as well as food industry personnel and organic farmers.

International Review Of Cell And Molecular Biology

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Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 012817725X
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International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology, Volume 346, reviews and details current advances in cell and molecular biology. The IRCMB series has a worldwide readership, maintaining a high standard by publishing invited articles on important and timely topics that are authored by prominent cell and molecular biologists. Sections in this new release include the karyosphere (karyosome) and its peculiar structure of the oocyte nucleus, organoids as models of disease, lipid droplets as organelles, the dark side of apoptosis, interconnections between autophagy and secretion, and the regulation and function of intracellular pressure in cell biology. Publishes invited review articles on selected topics Authored by established and active cell and molecular biologists whose work is drawn from international sources Offers a wide range of perspectives on specific subjects

Bioenergy From Dendromass For The Sustainable Development Of Rural Areas

Author: David Butler-Manning
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 3527337644
Size: 20.16 MB
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Based on the results of two bioenergy research initiatives in Germany, this reference examines the sustainable management of wood biomass in rural areas. The large number of participating organizations and research institutes ensures a balanced and unbiased view on the potentials and risks is presented, taking into account economic, ecological, and social aspects. Most of the results reported are available here for the first time in English and have been collated in central Europe, but are equally applicable to other temperate regions. They highlight best practices for enhancing dendromass potential and productivity, while discussing the implications on rural economies and ecosystems.

Ortner S Identification Of Pathological Conditions In Human Skeletal Remains

Author: Jane E. Buikstra
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 0128099011
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Ortner's Identification of Pathological Conditions in Human Skeletal Remains, Third Edition, provides an integrated and comprehensive treatment of the pathological conditions that affect the human skeleton. As ancient skeletal remains can reveal a treasure trove of information to the modern orthopedist, pathologist, forensic anthropologist, and radiologist, this book presents a timely resource. Beautifully illustrated with over 1,100 photographs and drawings, it provides an essential text and material on bone pathology, thus helping improve the diagnostic ability of those interested in human dry bone pathology. Presents a comprehensive review of the skeletal diseases encountered in archaeological human remains Includes more than 1100 photographs and line drawings illustrating skeletal diseases, including both microscopic and gross features Based on extensive research on skeletal paleopathology in many countries Reviews important theoretical issues on how to interpret evidence of skeletal disease in archaeological human populations

Land Use Competition

Author: Jörg Niewöhner
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319336282
Size: 16.99 MB
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This book contributes to broadening the interdisciplinary knowledge basis for the description, analysis and assessment of land use practices. It presents conceptual advances grounded in empirical case studies on four main themes: distal drivers, competing demands on different scales, changing food regimes and land-water competition. Competition over land ownership and use is one of the key contexts in which the effects of global change on social-ecological systems unfold. As such, understanding these rapidly changing dynamics is one of the most pressing challenges of global change research in the 21st century. This book contributes to a deeper understanding of the manifold interactions between land systems, the economics of resource production, distribution and use, as well as the logics of local livelihoods and cultural contexts. It addresses a broad readership in the geosciences, land and environmental sciences, offering them an essential reference guide to land use competition.