Chapter 9 introduce students to local variables. First familiarize the students with the concepts of when variables are created and destroyed. This will prepare them for classes where variable creation and destruction my result in a function call. This chapter also introduce the tricky subject of recursion.
This document (ns Notes and Documentation) provides reference documentation for ns. Although we begin with a simple
simulation script, resources like Marc Greis’s tutorial web pages (originally at his web site, now at http://www.isi.
edu/nsnam/ns/tutorial/) or the slides from one of the ns tutorials are problably better places to begin for the ns
This book introduces you to the theory of relational databases, focusing on the application of that theory to the design of computer languages that properly embrace it. The book is intended for those studying relational databases as part of a degree course in Information Technology (IT). Relational database
theory, originally proposed by Edgar F. Codd in 1969, is a topic in Computer Science. Codd’s seminal paper (1970) was entitled A Relational Model of Data for Large Shared Data Banks (reference  in Appendix B)....
A non–financial variable not specific to a party to the contract includes, for example,
an index of earthquake losses in a particular region and an index of temperatures in
a particular city. A non–financial variable specific to a party would be, for example,
the occurrence or non-occurrence of a fire that damages or destroys an asset of a
party to the contract.