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There is a significant difference between designing a new algorithm, proving its correctness, and teaching it to an audience. When teaching algorithms, the teacher's main goal should be to convey the underlying ideas and to help the students form correct mental models related to the algorithm. This process can often be facilitated by...   The Integrated Architecture Framework Explained: Why, What, How
This book captures and communicates the wealth of architecture experience Capgemini has gathered as a member of The Open Group – a vendor and technologyneutral consortium formed by major industry players – in developing, deploying, and using its “Integrated Architecture Framework” (IAF) since its origination in 1993....   SPSS for Starters
This small book addresses different kinds of datafiles, as commonly encountered in clinical research, and their dataanalysis on SPSS Software. Some 15 years ago serious statistical analyses were conducted by specialist statisticians using ma frame computers. Nowadays, there is ready access to statistical computing using personal computers... 


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