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Computer Science Applications
"Computer Science Applications: Object Oriented Programming "is a comprehensive anthology of reference articles for first and second semester Computer Science courses. These articles, drawn from a wide variety of sources and experiences, include detailed discussions, explanations and examples that deliver an engaging learning experience for students. Using high-level concepts, rather than simply focusing on the syntax of Java, this text delivers a complete and in-depth coverage of all the essential topics typically found in the CS1 and CS2 syllabi."Computer Science Applications" is divided into seven sections, each prefaced by an overview of the topic:
- Classes and Objects
- Inheritance and Polymorphism
- Problem Solving Before Programming
- Java Statements
- Exception and Exception Handling
- Data Structure and Algorithms
- Job Prospects and Career Path
Joslyn A. Smith graduated from The Mico Teachers' College, Jamaica, in 1973. He furthered his studies at Central Connecticut State University, USA, where he earned his BS and MS degrees in Mathematics in 1983. He also earned an MS degree in Computer Science from the University of New Brunswick, Canada in 1994. Mr. Smith then joined the staff at the University of the West Indies, Jamaica where he lectured in Computer Science for 14 years. He currently teaches Computer Science at Florida International University (FIU).
Job Applications In A Week
You are just seven steps away from getting the job you want
Job Applications In A Week is a simple and straightforward guide to getting your dream job, giving you everything you really need to know in just seven short chapters. From CVs, cover letters and application forms, to interviews, getting shortlisted and tackling tough questions, you'll discover how to get employers
Getting hired just got easier
You are about to discover everything you need to know about job applications and how to make them work. Starting on Sunday and going through to Saturday, you will learn the stages of a job application step by step so you build up a picture of what it takes to be successful. For many job applicants, what goes on behind employers' closed doors remains a hidden world but, by Saturday, you will have taught yourself how job applications are processed, what employers look for when they make up interview lists, and then, from the candidates they interview, who to shortlist and who to offer the job to.
After considering what employers want and how you could meet their needs you will be able to formulate a plan for what needs to go into your CV, what you need to put in your cover letters and what you need to say about yourself on application forms. You will discover how to measure up the competition and how to make sure your name, and not someone else's, is on the interview list.
You will also discover the importance of getting the right messages across in interviews - and what the right messages are. You will learn how to dictate the interview agenda to keep it on familiar territory where the best parts of your application will come out. You will learn to handle tough interview questions and to see what's behind them and what answers will impress the interviewer most. Once you've been shortlisted, you'll discover how to steer your application over the last hurdle and get the job offer you want.
About the Author
Sunday: Defining the task
- Monday: You and the image you present
- Tuesday: Selection criteria
- Wednesday: Getting interviews
- Thursday: Going for interviews
- Friday: Handling questions
- Saturday: Getting shortlisted
Patricia Scudamore and Hilton Catt have many years' experience of working in recruitment, enabling them to offer the perspective of both employer and candidate. They have written more than 25 books based on their experience of what it takes to make careers work in today's rapidly changing and uncertain world. They were among the first to embrace the idea of people taking on the job of managing their own careers rather than leaving it to employers to do the thinking for them.
They have seen for themselves the richness and diversity of modern careers, and exploiting this richness and diversity to the full is one of the central themes in their work. They have written a number of other books in the Teach Yourself series.
Application Software Developer Career (special Edition)
In clear, easy-to-grasp language, the author covers many of the topics that you will need to know in order to win your dream job and be the first in line for a promotion.
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He's a charming con man and she's a dedicated FBI agent, and they're about to drive each other crazy . . . again!
The FBI had one demand when they secretly teamed up Special Agent Kate O'Hare with charming con man Nicolas Fox-bring down the world's most-wanted and untouchable felons. This time it's the brutal leader of a global drug-smuggling empire. The FBI doesn't know what their target looks like, where he is, or how to find him, but Nick Fox has a few tricks up his sleeve to roust this particular Knipschildt chocolate-loving drug lord.
From the streets of Nashville to the back alleys of Lisbon, from the rooftops of Istanbul to the middle of the Thames, Nick and Kate chase their mark. When they find themselves pitted against a psychopathic bodyguard and a Portuguese enforcer who gets advice from a pickled head, they decide it's time to enlist some special talent-talent like a machete-wielding Somali pirate, a self-absorbed actor, an Oscar-winning special effects artist, and Kate's father Jake, a retired Special Forces operative. Together they could help make this Fox and O'Hare's biggest win yet . . . if they survive.
Praise for The Job
"This suspense series continues to mix the humor from [Janet] Evanovich and [Lee] Goldberg's books with the intricate cons seen in the best episodes ofMission: Impossible. The banter and thrills are nonstop, and readers will be anxious to see what happens next."-Library Journal
"Even if you can't always tell the good guys from the bad guys, there's no doubt who'll come out on top when the Fox is in the hen house."-Kirkus Reviews
From the Hardcover edition.
Wavelet Theory And Application
Finally, Moulin considers the problem of forming radar images under a diffuse-target statistical model. His estimation approach includes application of the maximum-likelihood principle and a regularization procedure based on wavelet representations. In addition, he shows that the radar imaging problem can be seen as a problem of inference on the wavelet coefficients of an image corrupted by additive noise. The aim of this special issue is to provide a forum in which researchers from the fields of mathematics, computer science, and electrical engineering who work on problems of significance to computer vision can better understand each other. I hope that the papers included in this special issue will provide a clearer picture of the role of wavelet transforms and the principles of multiresolution analysis.
I wish to thank many people for their contributions and assistance in this project: Gerhard Ritter, the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision, who invited me to organize this issue and who provided patient guidance; the researchers who submitted papers for consideration and others who have contributed to the explosion of growth in this area; the reviewers, who provided careful and thoughtful evaluations in a timely fashion; and, finally, from these efforts, the authors of the papers selected for publication in the special issue. Andrew Laine Guest Editor Center for Computer Vision and Visualization Department of Computer and Information Sciences University of Florida Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision, 3, 7-38 (1993). (c) Kluwer Academic Publishers. Manufactured in The Netherlands.
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