Computers, Technology & Guides
Human-Computer Interaction is important as a means of achieving competitive IT product designs. Providing coverage for a one semester course, the examples and activities are useful exam preparation tools for computing students on an introductory HCI course.
This is a textbook for a course in object-oriented software engineering at advanced undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as for software engineers. It contains more than 120 exercises of diverse complexity.
MATLAB is the language of technical computing most known and used in academia, industry and services. The book looks at the main tools, in particular the Desktop, Command and History Window, Editor and the Help Browser. It features number of functions, graphics objects, related properties and operators, considered fundamental in MATLAB.
This easy-to-read reference, designed for those at an early stage in their careers, provides an introduction to the principles of sound, perception, audio technology and systems. Key facts are presented in self-contained fact files.
Provides creative ideas, techniques, and basic design principles that are essential to Web design-all in the context of the technology, software, and standards. This work contains real-world examples, illustrations, and instructions you need to implement the techniques and concepts.
A digital photographer's guide to Adobe Photoshop CS6, explaining the program features, providing step-by-step instructions with sample screen shots and before-and-after images, and including tips to save time and jobs.
From the history of high-performance computing to a discussion of future directions, this book offers coverage of various aspects of these computing systems, which have various applications in consumer electronics, radar, sonar, telecommunications, medical, and financial areas.
For the first time, Kelby has assembled all of his best Photoshop techniques for professionally retouching portraits and has collected them here in this groundbreaking new volume.