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RF CMOS Oscillators for Modern Wireless Applications
Post under Wireless Communications and Radio
The main goal of this book is to bring forth the exciting and innovative RF CMOS Oscillator structures that demonstrate better phase noise performance, lower cost, and higher power efficiency than currently achievable.

C++ Programming (Wikibooks)
Post under The C++ Programming Language
This book covers the C++ programming language, its interactions with software design and real life use of the language. It is presented in a series of chapters as an introductory prior to advance courses but can also be used as a reference book.

Test Driven Development for Embedded C (James W. Grenning)
Post under C Programming and Embedded Systems
TestDriven Development (TDD) is a modern programming practice embedded C developers need to know. It's a different way to program  unit tests are written in a tight feedback loop with the production code, assuring your code does what you think.

Interpretable Machine Learning: Black Box Models Explainable
Post under Machine Learning
This book explains to you how to make (supervised) machine learning models interpretable. The book focuses on machine learning models for tabular data (also called relational or structured data) and less on computer vision and NLP tasks.

Mapping Urban Spaces: Designing the City (Lamberto Amistadi)
Post under Geographic Information Science (GIS)
This book focuses on mediumsized cities and more specifically on their open spaces from psychological, sociological, and aesthetic points of view, will be of interest to readers in architecture, urban planning, and landscape architecture.

So You Want to be a Computer Game Developer? (Diana Gruber)
Post under Computer and Video Game Programming
If you have the brains, the talent, and the courage to take risks, a career in Computer Game Development may be right for you. Explore all the essential steps towards the resources you need to prosper in the game industry.

Machine Translation for Everyone: Age of Artificial Intelligence
Post under Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning
This book presents a rationale for learning about Machine Translation (MT), and provides both a basic introduction to contemporary machinelearning based MT, and a more advanced discussion of neural MT.

Julia Language: A Concise Tutorial (Antonello Lobianco)
Post under Julia Programming
This handson guide uses Julia Programming Language to walk you through programming one step at a time, beginning with basic programming concepts before moving on to more advanced capabilities, such as creating new types and multiple dispatch..

Statistical Inference via Data Science: ModernDive, R, Tidyverse
Post under Statistics, Data Science, R Programming
This book provides a pathway for learning about statistical inference using data science tools widely used in industry, academia, and government. It introduces the tidyverse suite of R packages, including the ggplot2 package for data visualization, etc.

Men of Mathematics: Great Mathematicians from Zeno to Poincaré
Post under History of Mathematics
This book provides a rich account of major mathematical milestones, from the geometry of the Greeks through Newton’s calculus, and on to the laws of probability, symbolic logic, and the fourth dimension.

Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis (Geoffrey M. Boynton)
Post under Statistics and Data Analysis
Build a solid foundation in data analysis, This guide starts with an overview of statistics and why it is so important. Be confident that you understand what your data are telling you and that you can explain the results to others!

Pathfinder To Olympiad Mathematics (Tiwari Vikash, et al.)
Post under Elementry and High School Mathematics
This book has been prepared in line with the requirements of national and international Olympiad examinations. The questions are carefully chosen to suit the needs of Olympiad aspirants and to provide highest level of clarity for Mathematical concepts.

Modernism, Fiction and Mathematics (Nina Engelhardt)
Post under Popular, Recreational, and Miscellaneous Mathematics
An analysis of novelistic explorations of modernism in mathematics and its cultural interrelations. Persuasively and engagingly, it demonstrates that modernism's relation to contemporary mathematics was often more analogous than adversarial.

The Handbook of Essential Mathematics (John C. Sparks)
Post under Elementry Mathematics and Popular Mathematics
Intended for professionals of engineering, physical science, economics, business studies, and computer science, this handbook contains vital information and formulas for algebra, geometry, calculus, numerical methods, and statistics.

Problem Solving in Mathematics Education (Peter Liljedahl, et al.)
Post under Mathematics Education
Review the relevance of heuristics in problemsolving approaches in Mathematics Education, what type of heuristics helps learners devise and practice creative solutions; the importance that learners formulate and pursue their own problems.

Everything curl (Daniel Stenberg)
Post under Web Programming, Restful API and Web Services, TCP/IP Networking
An extensive guide to everything there is to know about curl, the project, the commandline tool, the library, how everything started and how it came to be what it is today. How we work on developing it further, what it takes to use it, etc.

Galois Theory (Emil Artin)
Post under Algebra, Abstract Algebra, and Linear Algebra
French mathematician Evariste Galois developed the Galois theory of groupsone of the most penetrating concepts in modem mathematics. The elements of the theory are clearly presented in this lectures delivered by noted mathematician Emil Artin.

Statistics and Data Analysis: A CaseBased Approach
Post under Statistics and Data Analysis
This short book is a complete introduction to statistics and data analysis using R and RStudio. It contains handson exercises with real data  mostly from social sciences. It presents four key ingredients of statistical data analysis.

Intelligent Sensor Networks (Fei Hu, et al)
Post under Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing
This book provides a firm grounding in the fundamentals of intelligent sensor networks, including compressive sensing and sampling, distributed signal processing, and intelligent signal learning.

Advancing Natural Language Processing in Educational Assessment
Post under Natural Language Processing (NLP)
This book examines the use of natural language technology in educational testing, measurement, and assessment, provides evidencebased practices for the use of NLPbased approaches to automated text and speech scoring and beyond.

Industrial Artificial Intelligence Technologies and Applications
Post under Artificial Intelligence and Logic Programming
The authors describe industrial AI's challenges, the approaches adopted, and the main industrial systems and applications to give the reader extensive insight into the technical nature of this field.

Making Meaning with Machines (Amy LaViers, et al)
Post under Robotics and HumanComputer Interaction (HCI)
This book takes readers on a fascinating scholarly tour of human movement and offer a compelling program for roboticists, technologists, and designers seeking fresh perspectives on humanmachine interaction.

Computational Physics: An Introduction (Franz J. Vesely)
Post under Physics and Scientific Computing
A concise introduction to the methods and algorithms used in computational physics, clear in its presentation, useful for those beginning more advanced work in the field. Sample programs are be written in JAVA and are accompanied by short explanations.

Big Data for Qualitative Research (Kathy A. Mills)
Post under Big Data
This book explores the potentials of qualitative methods and analysis for big data, covers everything small data researchers need to know about big data, from the potentials of big data analytics to its methodological and ethical challenges.

Wikipedia and the Representation of Reality (Z. McDowell, et al)
Post under Miscellaneous Books and Internet Society
A contemporary examination of what information is represented, how that information is presented, and who gets to participate (and serve as gatekeeper) in the world's largest online repository for information, Wikipedia.

Intelligent Circuits and Systems (Rajesh Singh, et al)
Post under Electronic Engineering
Explored recent innovations of the development of smart and green technologies in the fields of Energy, Electronics, Communications, Computers, and Control. Provides innovators to identify new opportunities for the social and economic benefits of society.

Ancient China: A History (John S. Major, et al)
Post under Miscellaneous and Uncategorized Books
This book is a comprehensive and accessible textbook that helps students understand the key themes of world history within a chronological framework stretching from ancient times to the present day.

Comics and Videogames (Andreas Rauscher, et al)
Post under Gaming, Gameplay, Gamers, etc., Video Game Design
This book offers the first comprehensive study of the many interfaces shaping the relationship between comics and videogames. It combines indepth conceptual reflection with a rich selection of paradigmatic case studies from contemporary media culture.

Topics in Complex Analysis (Dan Romik)
This graduatelevel mathematics textbook provides an indepth and readable exposition of selected topics in complex analysis. The focus is on beautiful applications of complex analysis to geometry and number theory.
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