An Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming with Java takes a full-immersion approach to object-oriented programming. Proper object-oriented design practices are emphasized throughout the book. Students learn how to use the standard classes first, then learn to design their own classes.
Wu uses a gentler approach to teaching students how to design their own classes, separating the coverage into two chapters. GUI coverage is also located independently in the back of the book and can be covered if desired....
Software development today is embracing functional programming (FP), whether it's for writing concurrent programs or for managing Big Data. Where does that leave Java developers? This concise book offers a pragmatic, approachable introduction to FP for Java developers or anyone who uses an object-oriented language.
This Second Edition of the foundational textbook "An Introduction to Applied Linguistics" provides a state-of-the-art account of contemporary applied linguistics. The kinds of language problems of interest to applied linguists are discussed and a distinction drawn between the different research approach taken by theoretical linguists and by applied linguists to what seem to be the same problems.
Introduction to java programming: Chapter 30 - MVC and Swing MVC Component's Objectives is to use the model-view-controller approach to separate data and logic from the presentation of data; implement the model-view-controller components using the JavaBeans event model; use JSpinner to scroll the next and previous values.
Introduction to Computing: Lecture 6 - Databases presents about The Hierarchy of Data, Keys and Attributes, The Traditional Approach To Data Management, Database, Database Approach, Traditional Files vs. Databases, Database Management Systems.
Introduction to Mobile-Cloud Computing presents about What is Mobile Cloud Computing? Why Mobile Cloud Computing? MCC Popularity, MCC Architecture, Advantages of MCC, MCC Applications, MCC Issues, Computation Offloading Approaches in a Static Environment.
Lecture Introduction to Accounting: An integrated approach (6/e) - Chapter 11 "Time value of money". The goals of this chapter are: Explain the risk/return relationship, use the time value of money concepts to solve present and future value problems.
Introduction to C++ Templates includes C++ Function Templates, Function Overloading, Function Template, Instantiating a Function, Summary of Three Approaches, Class Template, Instantiating a Class Template.
Small Basic is a programming language that is designed to make programming extremely easy, approachable and fun for beginners. Small Basic's intention is to bring down the barrier and serve as a stepping stone to the amazing world of computer programming.
Daniel C. Liebler masterfully introduces the science of proteomics by spelling out the basics of how one analyzes proteins and proteomes, and just how these approaches are then employed to investigate their roles in living systems.
This book is an introduction to the exciting new
field of ecological genomics, for use in MSc courses
and by those beginning their PhD studies.
When we became involved in a national research
programme on ecological genomics, or ecogenomics
as it became known, we realized that information
on this newly emerging subject needed to be
brought together. In order to start up a research
programme in such a new discipline, not only the
students, but also we as teachers, had to get to grips
with the subject.
Chapter 13A - Creating computer programs. This chapter define the term computer program, describe the use of flowcharts and pseudocode in programming, identify two ways in which a program can work toward a solution, differentiate the two main approaches to computer programming, list and describe three elements of object-oriented programming.
Chapter 1 - Accounting and business. After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Describe the development of business and accounting; explain the elements of accounting (assets, liabilities, owners' equity, revenue, expense, and net income); identify the differences among the basic types of businesses and business organization structures.
Chapter 2 - Business processes and accounting information. In this chapter you will learn: Explain the management cycle and the four basic business processes, describe the balanced scorecard approach and its four perspectives, discuss what internal controls are and why they are important, perform a two-column bank reconciliation.
Chapter 3 - Operating processes: Planning and control. In this chapter students will be able to: Identify the activities in the three operating subprocesses; describe fixed, variable, and mixed costs and revenues; use the high/low method to determine fixed and variable costs and revenues; apply linear regression analysis to determine fixed and variable costs and revenues.
Chapter 4 - Short-term decision making. After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Describe the differences among product, nonproduct, unit-related, batch-related, product-sustaining, and facility-sustaining costs; explain the purpose of, and perform, cost-volume-profit (CVP) analysis; define and analyze a short-term special order decision; explain and analyze a short-term outsourcing decision; discuss and analyze a short-term product mix decision.
Chapter 5 - Strategic planning regarding operating processes. In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Describe the process of determining selling prices and demonstrate how various strategies are used to determine selling price, explain the process of determining the inventory model and demonstrate how the EOQ and JIT models are used, discuss the process of determining the compensation package offered to employees and calculate wages and bonuses paid to employees.
Chapter 6 - Planning, the balanced scorecard, and budgeting. The goals of this chapter are: Describe the purposes, strategies, and approaches to budgeting; explain the process of revenue process planning and prepare the resulting budgets and schedules; discuss the process of conversion process planning and prepare the resulting budget; explain the process of expenditure process planning and prepare the resulting budgets and schedules.
Chapter 7 - Accounting information systems. After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Explain the impact of accounting events on the accounting equation and demonstrate how to make and post journal entries, describe the impact of adjusting events on the accounting equation and demonstrate how to make and post adjusting journal entries, discuss the impact of closing events on the accounting equation and demonstrate how to make and post closing journal entries,...