2h 13m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 32KHz 2ch | 924 MB+6.09 GB

In this Unreal Engine tutorial we'll learn how to utilize Construction Script to more easily build interesting levels.

English | 21 Oct. 2004 | ISBN: 1405110554 | 728 Pages | PDF | 50 MB

The five volume series, Barry′s Construction of Buildings, has been established as a standard text on building technology for many years. However, a substantial update has long been required, and while doing this the opportunity has been taken to reduce five volumes to two in a more user–friendly format.

English | January 9, 2009 | ISBN-10: 1405110554 | 728 pages | PDF | 51 Mb

The five volume series, Barry's Construction of Buildings, has been established as a standard text on building technology for many years. However, a substantial update has long been required, and while doing this the opportunity has been taken to reduce five volumes to two in a more user-friendly format.

The student is introduced to the concepts of multiplication and division by the use of counting object. The use of color relates the numbers to be multiplied or divided to the final answer. A testing module is included to permit the student to measure their mastery of the subject matter.

The student is introduced to the concepts of addition and subtraction by the use of counting object. The use of color relates the numbers to be added or subtracted to the final answer. A testing module is included to permit the student to measure their mastery of the subject matter.

36xHDRip | WMV/WMV3, ~459 kb/s | 640x480 | Duration: 30:02:42 | English: WMA, 32 kb/s (1 ch) | 7.07 GB

Overview methods describing qualitative behavior of solutions on nonlinear differential equations. Phase space analysis of fixed pointed and periodic orbits. Bifurcation methods. Description of strange attractors and chaos. Introductions to maps. Applications: engineering, physics, chemistry, and biology.

English | Oct. 10, 2015 | ASIN: B016H5FQGY | 446 Pages | EPUB/PDF | 3.08 MB/4.54 MB

This text is aimed at upper-division undergraduates or ﬁrst-year graduate students in a compiler course. For two-semester compiler courses, where the ﬁrst semester covers front-end issues and the second covers back-end issues such as optimization, our book would be best for the ﬁrst semester.

Number Of Pages: 410 | Publisher: Springer(2007-09-05) | ISBN: 0387210164 | English | PDF | 4.9 MB

In recent years portfolio optimization and construction methodologies have become an increasingly critical ingredient of asset and fund management, while at the same time portfolio risk assessment has become an essential ingredient in risk management, and this trend will only accelerate in the coming years. Unfortunately there is a large gap between the limited treatment of portfolio construction methods that are presented in most university courses with relatively little hands-on experience and limited computing tools, and the rich and varied aspects of portfolio construction that are used in practice in the finance industry. Current practice demands the use of modern methods of portfolio construction that go well beyond the classical Markowitz mean-variance optimality theory and require the use of powerful scalable numerical optimization methods. This book fills the gap between current university instruction and current industry practice by providing a comprehensive computationally-oriented treatment of modern portfolio optimization and construction methods. The computational aspect of the book is based on extensive use of S-Plus®, the S+NuOPT™ optimization module, the S-Plus Robust Library and the S+Bayes™ Library, along with about 100 S-Plus scripts and some CRSP® sample data sets of stock returns. A special time-limited version of the S-Plus software is available to purchasers of this book

Publisher: Springer; 2009 edition | 2009 | ISBN: 0387877495 | 468 pages | PDF | 15,9 MB

This book deals with the construction, analysis and interpretation of mathematical models to help us understand the world. It develops the mathematical and physical ideas that are fundamental in understanding contemporary problems in science and engineering.

FLV | AVC 1228kbps | English | 1280x720 | 30fps | 6h 40mins | AAC stereo 192kbps | 3.89 GB

In this course, students will receive an introduction to OpenStack, a rapidly growing open source software platform for cloud computing. Participants will review the core services necessary to utilize OpenStack for computer, networking, and storage resources as well as some of the ancillary components that are often deployed in production environments. Students will get more than 6 hours of instruction and hands-on experience using OpenStack from both a user and an operator perspective, and understand the basics of request processing, provisioning, and service communication patterns. At the end of the class, students will feel comfortable with the basics of an OpenStack cloud deployment and be ready to delve into more advanced sub-topics.

Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition | June 18, 2002 | ISBN-10: 0632058528 | 240 pages | PDF | 1.3 Mb

1.5 million people work in the construction industry, generating £65 billion of work each year, defining and creating the environment in which we live … Here at last is a thoroughly readable overview of the nature and history of the construction industry.

Publisher: The MIT Press | ISBN: 026201369X | edition 2010 | PDF | 736 pages | 14,2 mb

This text offers an accessible yet rigorous development of many of the fields of mathematics necessary for success in investment and quantitative finance, covering topics applicable to portfolio theory, investment banking, option pricing, investment, and insurance risk management. The approach emphasizes the mathematical framework provided by each mathematical discipline, and the application of each framework to the solution of finance problems. It emphasizes the thought process and mathematical approach taken to develop each result instead of the memorization of formulas to be applied (or misapplied) automatically. The objective is to provide a deep level of understanding of the relevant mathematical theory and tools that can then be effectively used in practice, to teach students how to "think in mathematics" rather than simply to do mathematics by rote.