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The Everyday Life of an Algorithm (Daniel Neyland)
Post under Algorithms and Data Structures on Sat Dec 19, 2020
Through investigating the everyday life of the algorithm, the book opens a conversation with existing social science research that tends to focus on the power and opacity of algorithms, via unique access to the algorithm's design, development, testing, etc.

Dive into Deep Learning (Aston Zhang, et al)
Post under Deep Learning and Neural Networks on Sat Dec 12, 2020
This is an open source, interactive book provided in a unique form factor that integrates text, mathematics and code, now supports the TensorFlow, PyTorch, and Apache MXNet programming frameworks, drafted entirely through Jupyter notebooks.

Data Parallel C++: Mastering DPC++ Programming
Post under C++ Programming and Parallel Programming on Sat Dec 12, 2020
Learn how to accelerate C++ programs using Data Parallelism. This book enables C++ programmers to be at the forefront of this exciting and important new development that is helping to push computing to new levels.

Computer Science from the Bottom Up (Ian Wienand)
Post under Introduction to Computer Science on Sat Dec 19, 2020
This book uses broad coverage and clear exposition to present a complete picture of the dynamic computer science field. It uses a languageindependent context to encourage the development of a practical, realistic understanding of the field.

Gradle Succinctly (Jose R. O. Mendoza)
Post under Java Build, Testing, and Deployment on Sat Dec 12, 2020
This book will show you how to improve their projects' development cycle in order to shrink delivery times and build more reliable products with Gradle, from installing it to exploring capabilities like hooks and dependency management.

Physical Modeling in MATLAB (Allen B. Downey)
Post under MATLAB and Physics on Sat Dec 12, 2020
Written for beginners, this book provides an introduction to programming in MATLAB and simulation of physical systems. Most books that use MATLAB are aimed at readers who know how to program. This book is for people who have never programmed before.

Lecture Notes on Graph Theory (Tero Harju)
Post under Graph Theory on Sat Dec 12, 2020
These are introductory lecture notes on graph theory. It offers undergraduates a remarkably studentfriendly introduction to graph theory and takes an engaging approach that emphasizes graph theory's history.

Create Graphical User Interfaces with Python (Laura Sach, et al)
Post under GUI Programming and Python Programming on Sat Dec 05, 2020
This book is for everyone, from beginners to experienced Python programmers who want to explore graphical user interfaces (GUIs). 10 fun projects for you to create, including a painting program, an emoji match game, and a stopmotion animation creator.

The Joy of Cryptography (Mike Rosulek)
Post under Cryptography and Coding Theory on Sat Dec 05, 2020
The definitive introduction to all major areas of cryptography: message security, key negotiation, and key management, but in a way that is more accessible than what is "traditional" in crypto. All security definitions are written in a "gamebased" style.

Mastering OpenCV 4: Computer Vision & Image Processing Apps
Post under Computer Vision and C++ Programming on Sat Dec 05, 2020
This book targets computer vision engineers taking their first steps toward mastering OpenCV. Keeping the mathematical formulations to a solid but bare minimum, it delivers complete projects from ideation to running code, targeting current hot topics, etc.

Quantum Computing: Progress and Prospects
Post under Theory of Computing and Physics on Sat Dec 05, 2020
Provides an introduction to the Quantum Computing, including the unique characteristics and constraints of the technology, and assesses the feasibility and implications of creating a functional quantum computer capable of addressing realworld problems.

Computational Geometry: Methods and Applications (Jianer Chen)
Post under Geometry and Computational Mathematics on Sat Dec 05, 2020
An introduction to some of the fundamental principles of computational geometry, concentrates on four major directions in computational geometry: the construction of convex hulls, proximity problems, searching problems and intersection problems.

Principles of Digital Communications (Tuan DoHong)
Post under Computer Networks and Communications on Sat Dec 05, 2020
Comprehensive and accessible text teaches the fundamentals of digital communication, specifically formulated for a onesemester course. The unique approach focuses on the transmission problem and develops knowledge of receivers before transmitters.

A Graduate Course in Applied Cryptography (Dan Boneh, et al)
Post under Cryptography and Coding Theory on Sat Dec 05, 2020
This book is about mathematical modeling and proofs to show that a particular cryptosystem satisfies the security properties attributed to it: constructing practical cryptosystems for which we can argue security under plausible assumptions.

Concrete Abstractions: Computer Science Using Scheme
Post under Scheme Programming and Computer Science on Sat Dec 05, 2020
This book covers the basics of programming and data structures, and gives firsttime computer science students the opportunity to not only write programs, but to prove theorems and analyze algorithms as well.

Simply Scheme: Introducing Computer Science, 2nd Edition
Post under Scheme Programming and Computer Science on Sat Dec 05, 2020
This book works hard to make the somewhat tricky ideas of Scheme accessible. It stresses small sections on key language features, from basic functions, variables, and onward to recursion and other functional programming concepts.

Fundamentals of Aerospace Engineering (Manuel Soler)
Post under Aeronautics, Aerospace, Aviation, Flight, etc. on Sat Dec 05, 2020
The book is divided into three parts, namely: Introduction, The Aircraft, and Air Transportation, Airports, and Air Navigation, applying theoretical knowledge to solve practical cases using academic and industrial software, such as Python and XFLR5.