Multiplayer Game Programming: Architecting Networked Games (Game Design)
Networked multiplayer games are a huge part of the games industry today. The number of
players and amount of money involved are staggering. As of 2014, League of Legends boasts
67 million active players each month. The 2015 DoTA 2 world championship has a prize pool of
over $16 million at the time of writing. The Call of Duty series,...
Statistical Analysis with R For Dummies (For Dummies (Computers))
Understanding the world of R programming and analysis has never been easier
Most guides to R, whether books or online, focus on R functions and procedures. But now, thanks to Statistical Analysis with R For Dummies, you have access to a trusted, easy-to-follow guide that focuses on the foundational statistical...
Quantum Walks and Search Algorithms (Quantum Science and Technology)
This book addresses an interesting area of quantum computation called quantum walks, which play an important role in building quantum algorithms, in particular search algorithms. Quantum walks are the quantum analogue of classical random walks.
It is known that quantum computers have great power for searching unsorted databases....
Building Modern Web Applications Using Angular
Learn about the core building blocks of Angular
Build and architect high performance web applications
Leverage the latest Angular features to get the most out of your web
GIS for Web Developers: Adding 'Where' to Your Web Applications
There is a hidden revolution going on: geography is moving from niche to the mainstream. News reports routinely include maps and satellite images. More and more pieces of equipment cell phones, cars, computers now contain Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers. Many of the major database vendors have made geographic data types...
Parallel Programming: for Multicore and Cluster Systems
Innovations in hardware architecture, like hyper-threading or multicore processors, mean that parallel computing resources are available for inexpensive desktop computers. In only a few years, many standard software products will be based on concepts of parallel programming implemented on such hardware, and the range of applications will be...
Computer Sciences: Macmillan Science Library
The science of computing has come a long way since the late 1930s, when
John Vincent Atanasoff and Clifford Berry began work on the first electronic
digital computer. One marvels to see how the science has advanced
from the days of Charles Babbage, who developed the Difference Engine
in the 1820s, and, later proposed the...
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