Geometry and computing

Part 1 book "Computer aided engineering design" includes content: Introduction, transformations and projections, differential geometry of curves, design of curves, splines.
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Students are finding that after they have been through the introductory texts presenting BASIC they are pretty much on their own. They may get additional bits and pieces of assistance from other texts, finding that each adds something to their repertoire, but there is still all that introductory material to sort through. The present text is intended for those who have been introduced to the BASIC language and want to go further with the language.
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Ebook Forensic computing: A practitioners guide (Second edition) includes contents: Chapter 1 forensic computing, chapter 2 understanding information, chapter 3 IT systems concepts, chapter 4 PC hardware and inside the box, chapter 5 disk geometry, chapter 6 the new technology file system, chapter 7 the treatment of pcs, chapter 8 the treatment of electronic organizers, chapter 9 looking ahead (just a little bit more).
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Ebook "Nonlinear hamiltonian mechanics applied to molecular dynamics: Theory and computational methods for understanding molecular spectroscopy and chemical reactions" presents numerical methods for describing and calculating invariant phase space structures, as well as solving the classical and quantum equations of motion for polyatomic molecules. Examples covered include simple model systems to realistic cases of molecules spectroscopically studied.
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Part 2 book "Computer graphics programming in OpenGL with Java" includes content: Parametric surfaces, tessellation, geometry shaders, other techniques, simulating water, ray tracing and compute shaders, stereoscopy for 3D glasses and VR headsets.
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Ebook "Algorithms in a Nutshell" includes contents: Chapter I Algorithms matter, Chapter II The mathematics of algorithms, Chapter III Patterns and Domains, Chapter VI Sorting algorithms, Chapter V Searching, Chapter VI Graph algorithms, Chapter VII Path finding in AI, Chapter VIII Network flow algorithms, Chapter IX Computational geometry, Chapter X When all else fails, Chapter XI Epilogue, Chapter XII Benchmarking.
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Ebook "Fundamentals of computer vision" includes content: Imaging geometry, edge detection, region segmentation, 2D shape, motion, stereo and shape from shading, renge images.
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Part 1 book "Multiple view geometry in computer vision" includes content: Introduction  a tour of multiple view geometry, projective geometry and transformations of 2D, projective geometry and transformations of 3D, estimation  2D projective transformations, algorithm evaluation and error analysis,....and other contents.
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Part 2 book "Multiple view geometry in computer vision" includes content: Epipolar geometry and the fundamental matrix, 3D reconstruction of cameras and structure, computation of the fundamental matrix F, structure computation, scene planes and homographies, affine epipolar geometry, the trifocal tensor, computation of the trifocal tensor T,....and other contents.
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Part 1 of ebook "Computing handbook: Computer science and software engineering" provides readers with contents including: structure and organization of computing; computational thinking; data structures; basic techniques for design and analysis of algorithms; graph and network algorithms; computational geometry; complexity theory; formal models and computability; cryptography; algebraic algorithms; some practical randomized algorithms and data structures;...
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Basic Math Skills is divided into the following sections, which correspond to the strands of the NCTM content standards: Number and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, and Data Analysis and Probability. Each section includes a variety of reproducible pages that reinforce basic math skills taught at the fifthgrade level.
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Ebook Basic Math skills  Grade 6 is divided into the following sections, which correspond to the strands of the NCTM content standards: Number and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, and Data Analysis and Probability. Each section includes a variety of reproducible pages that reinforce basic math skills taught at the sixthgrade level. These pages include: Games, puzzles, and mazes; drill and practice pages; problem solving and application practice; tests in standardized format.
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Ebook Technical math for dummies: Part 2 presents the following content: Chapter 12: Algebra and the mystery of X; chapter 13: formulas (secret and otherwise); chapter 14: quickandeasy geometry: the compressed version; chapter 15: calculating areas, perimeters, and volumes; chapter 16: trigonometry, the “mystery math”; chapter 17: graphs are novel and charts are off the chart; chapter 18: hold on a second: time math; chapter 19: math for computer techs and users; chapter 20: ten tips for solving any math problem; chapter 21: ten formulas you’ll use most often; chapter 22: ten ways to avoi...
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Lecture Computer Graphics and Virtual Reality slides  Lesson 9: Solid, presents the following content: Geometry representation; Solid properties; Solid modelling.
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Ebook Computing in Geographic Information Systems: Part 2 includes contents: Chapter 7: Computational Geometry and Its Application to GIS; Chapter 8: Spatial Interpolation Techniques; Chapter 9: Spatial Statistical Methods; Chapter 10: An Introduction to Bathymetry; Chapter 11: Spatial Analysis of Bathymetric Data and Sea GIS; Chapter 12: Measurements and Analys is Using GIS; Chapter 13: Appendix A; Chapter 14: Appendix B; Chapter 15: Glossary of GIS Terms.
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This study aims to use CFD analysis of CT scan data from the nasal cavities of a range of older Asian males to investigate the impact of geometric variations between older nasal cavities on the airflow structures and airconditioning capacity of the nasal cavity. Air flow mechanisms, heat transfer rates and humidification efficacy are analysed in order to arrive at a more precise understanding of the role of nasal geometry in the presentation of respiratory ailments.
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CO adsorption on the Cu(211) surface was investigated using energy, geometry and vibrational data, which were produced through periodic DFT computations. Adsorption on the (111) terrace, as well as the previously reported top and bridge sites of the stepedges, was studied at 0.25, 0.33, 0.50, 0.66, 0.75, and 1.00 monolayer (ML) CO coverage. Results showed that up to and including 0.50 ML, ontop or bridge adsorption is preferred on the stepedges.
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A computational fluid dynamics method was used for prediction of flow behavior and band profiles of small and macromolecule compounds eluting in extracolumn volumes (ECV) of an Äkta chromatographic system. The model compounds were: Acetone, bovine serum albumin and an antibody. The construction of ECV was approximated by different types of geometries, starting from the simplest twodimensional.
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The problem of minimum distance localization in environments that may contain selfsimilarities is addressed. A mobile robot is placed at an unknown location inside a 2D selfsimilar polygonal environment P. The robot has a map of P and can compute visibility data through sensing. However, the selfsimilarities in the environment mean that the same visibility data may correspond to several different locations.
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Parametrized surfaces of low degrees are very useful in applications, especially in Computer Aided Geometric Design and Geometric Modeling. The precise description of their geometry is not easy in general. Here we study some of the corresponding projective complex surfaces of low implicit degree (i.e. smaller than 12). We show that, generically up to linear changes of coordinates, they are classified by a few number of continuous parameters (called moduli).
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