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Global eBook 2017
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The Global eBook Report 2017 is highlighting, and measuring the relevant international trends: - Tracking main market developments and the diversity of relevant drivers in North and South America, Europe, and Asia; - The segmentation of book markets in print and digital; - European ebook markets in great and previously unavailable detail, based on in depth data provided by leading distributors; - Ebooks in the context of the overall transformation in international publishing; - Global players, and their impact on re-shaping the international business of books. By 2017, ebooks are so much more than yet another format and edition of printed books. Instead, in a global perspective, with in depth data analysis allow a realistic and precise understanding of how consumer publishing has become a highly diverse and segmented business, with hugely different developments in the big English language countries, in continental Europe and in emerging economies.

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The Complete Poems of Rudyard Kipling - 570+ Ti...
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Musaicum Books presents to you this carefully created volume of 'The Complete Poems of Rudyard Kipling - 570+ Titles in One Edition'. This ebook has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Contents: Poetry Collections: Departmental Ditties Ballads and Barrack-Room Ballads The Seven Seas An Almanac of Twelve Sports The Five Nations Songs from Books The Years Between Other Poems: A Boy Scouts' Patrol Song A Child's Garden A Counting-Out Song A Departure A Legend of the Foreign Office A Legend of Truth A Pageant of Elizabeth A Preface A Rector's Memory A Song in the Desert A Song of Bananas A Song of French Roads A Song of the White Men... Joseph Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) was an English short-story writer, poet, and novelist.

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Global eBook 2017
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The Global eBook Report 2017 is highlighting, and measuring the relevant international trends: - Tracking main market developments and the diversity of relevant drivers in North and South America, Europe, and Asia; - The segmentation of book markets in print and digital; - European ebook markets in great and previously unavailable detail, based on in depth data provided by leading distributors; - Ebooks in the context of the overall transformation in international publishing; - Global players, and their impact on re-shaping the international business of books. By 2017, ebooks are so much more than yet another format and edition of printed books. Instead, in a global perspective, with in depth data analysis allow a realistic and precise understanding of how consumer publishing has become a highly diverse and segmented business, with hugely different developments in the big English language countries, in continental Europe and in emerging economies.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Global eBook 2017
19,99 € *
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The Global eBook Report 2017 is highlighting, and measuring the relevant international trends: - Tracking main market developments and the diversity of relevant drivers in North and South America, Europe, and Asia; - The segmentation of book markets in print and digital; - European ebook markets in great and previously unavailable detail, based on in depth data provided by leading distributors; - Ebooks in the context of the overall transformation in international publishing; - Global players, and their impact on re-shaping the international business of books. By 2017, ebooks are so much more than yet another format and edition of printed books. Instead, in a global perspective, with in depth data analysis allow a realistic and precise understanding of how consumer publishing has become a highly diverse and segmented business, with hugely different developments in the big English language countries, in continental Europe and in emerging economies.

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Bruderer, H: Meilensteine Rechentechnik 2
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The award-winning work Milestones in Analog and Digital Computing is available in the second, completely revised and greatly expanded edition. The two volumes, which comprise 1600 pages in total, are a complete work, but can also be used individually. This publication deals with both analog and digital devices and includes related areas such as automata (e. g. automaton figures and musical automatons) and scientific instruments (e. g. astronomy, surveying, watchmaking). Early typewriters and program-controlled mechanical looms are also touched on. The focal points of the first volume are: Basics, mechanical calculating machines, slide rules, historical automatons, development of arithmetic, step-by-step instructions for analog and digital calculators. All important technical terms are explained. The world's most magnificent cylindrical calculating machines and androids are presented in words and pictures. The book also contains fundamental considerations on topics such as digitization and artificial intelligence, the role of technological history and the preservation of technical heritage. The second volume is mainly devoted to the electronic machines: Invention of the computer, worldwide development of computing technology, especially in Germany, England and Switzerland. It also includes a German-English and an English-German technical dictionary. The glossaries are intended to promote the reading of complicated foreign-language texts and facilitate translations. In addition, there is a comprehensive worldwide bibliography. Both volumes report on sensational new discoveries of documents and objects (including the world's largest mass-produced cylindrical slide rule, the world's smallest mechanical parallel calculator, the first mechanical process calculator) and are also suitable as reference works. They are generally understandable and are aimed at everyone who enjoys history of technology, mathematics, computer science and art. Multilingual bibliography on the history of mathematics, computer science, technology and science with more than 5000 entries technical dictionary German-English and English-German with 4000 entries each 18 step-by-step instructions for the operation of historical analog and digital devices 400 illustrations, 100 tabular overviews, numerous time tables Detailed index of names, places and subjects. Quotes on the first edition Steven Deckelman (Mathematical Association of America, August 2016): 'This impressive new book by Herbert Bruderer is an extensive in-depth scholarly history of mathematics and computer science with a focus on computing technology in German lands. This book is a must-have for anyone interested in the history of mathematics and computer science as well engineering (especially mechanical and electrical), technology and the history of science.' Thomas Sonar (Mathematical Semesterberichte, March 2017): 'With this book, the author Herbert Bruderer has actually written a milestone in the history of technology, which should not be missing in any library. Herbert Bruderer has presented a work that will certainly quickly establish itself as a standard work and classic.' Rainer Gebhardt (Jahrbuch des Adam-Ries-Bund, 2016): 'All in all, the work represents a very well-founded compilation of analogue and digital calculators. It's the most comprehensive reference book in computer history to date.' Herbert Bruderer is a retired lecturer in computer science at ETH Zürich and an historian of technology. He has written numerous books on computer science and has won several prizes.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Meilensteine der Rechentechnik 01
129,95 € *
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The award-winning work Milestones in Analog and Digital Computing is available in the second, completely revised and greatly expanded edition. The two volumes, which comprise 1600 pages in total, are a complete work, but can also be used individually. This publication deals with both analog and digital devices and includes related areas such as automata (e. g. automaton figures and musical automatons) and scientific instruments (e. g. astronomy, surveying, watchmaking). Early typewriters and program-controlled mechanical looms are also touched on. The focal points of the first volume are: Basics, mechanical calculating machines, slide rules, historical automatons, development of arithmetic, step-by-step instructions for analog and digital calculators. All important technical terms are explained. The world’s most magnificent cylindrical calculating machines and androids are presented in words and pictures. The book also contains fundamental considerations on topics such as digitization and artificial intelligence, the role of technological history and the preservation of technical heritage. The second volume is mainly devoted to the electronic machines: Invention of the computer, worldwide development of computing technology, especially in Germany, England and Switzerland. It also includes a German-English and an English-German technical dictionary. The glossaries are intended to promote the reading of complicated foreign-language texts and facilitate translations. In addition, there is a comprehensive worldwide bibliography. Both volumes report on sensational new discoveries of documents and objects (including the world’s largest mass-produced cylindrical slide rule, the world’s smallest mechanical parallel calculator, the first mechanical process calculator) and are also suitable as reference works. They are generally understandable and are aimed at everyone who enjoys history of technology, mathematics, computer science and art. Multilingual bibliography on the history of mathematics, computer science, technology and science with more than 5000 entries technical dictionary German-English and English-German with 4000 entries each 18 step-by-step instructions for the operation of historical analog and digital devices >400 illustrations, >100 tabular overviews, numerous time tables Detailed index of names, places and subjects. Quotes on the first edition Steven Deckelman (Mathematical Association of America, August 2016): 'This impressive new book by Herbert Bruderer is an extensive in-depth scholarly history of mathematics and computer science with a focus on computing technology in German lands. This book is a must-have for anyone interested in the history of mathematics and computer science as well engineering (especially mechanical and electrical), technology and the history of science.' Thomas Sonar (Mathematical Semesterberichte, March 2017): 'With this book, the author Herbert Bruderer has actually written a milestone in the history of technology, which should not be missing in any library. Herbert Bruderer has presented a work that will certainly quickly establish itself as a standard work and classic.' Rainer Gebhardt (Jahrbuch des Adam-Ries-Bund, 2016): 'All in all, the work represents a very well-founded compilation of analogue and digital calculators. It's the most comprehensive reference book in computer history to date.' Herbert Bruderer is a retired lecturer in computer science at ETH Zürich and an historian of technology. He has written numerous books on computer science and has won several prizes.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 06.12.2019
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Meilensteine der Rechentechnik 01
179,00 CHF *
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The award-winning work Milestones in Analog and Digital Computing is available in the second, completely revised and greatly expanded edition. The two volumes, which comprise 1600 pages in total, are a complete work, but can also be used individually. This publication deals with both analog and digital devices and includes related areas such as automata (e. g. automaton figures and musical automatons) and scientific instruments (e. g. astronomy, surveying, watchmaking). Early typewriters and program-controlled mechanical looms are also touched on. The focal points of the first volume are: Basics, mechanical calculating machines, slide rules, historical automatons, development of arithmetic, step-by-step instructions for analog and digital calculators. All important technical terms are explained. The world’s most magnificent cylindrical calculating machines and androids are presented in words and pictures. The book also contains fundamental considerations on topics such as digitization and artificial intelligence, the role of technological history and the preservation of technical heritage. The second volume is mainly devoted to the electronic machines: Invention of the computer, worldwide development of computing technology, especially in Germany, England and Switzerland. It also includes a German-English and an English-German technical dictionary. The glossaries are intended to promote the reading of complicated foreign-language texts and facilitate translations. In addition, there is a comprehensive worldwide bibliography. Both volumes report on sensational new discoveries of documents and objects (including the world’s largest mass-produced cylindrical slide rule, the world’s smallest mechanical parallel calculator, the first mechanical process calculator) and are also suitable as reference works. They are generally understandable and are aimed at everyone who enjoys history of technology, mathematics, computer science and art. Multilingual bibliography on the history of mathematics, computer science, technology and science with more than 5000 entries technical dictionary German-English and English-German with 4000 entries each 18 step-by-step instructions for the operation of historical analog and digital devices >400 illustrations, >100 tabular overviews, numerous time tables Detailed index of names, places and subjects. Quotes on the first edition Steven Deckelman (Mathematical Association of America, August 2016): 'This impressive new book by Herbert Bruderer is an extensive in-depth scholarly history of mathematics and computer science with a focus on computing technology in German lands. This book is a must-have for anyone interested in the history of mathematics and computer science as well engineering (especially mechanical and electrical), technology and the history of science.' Thomas Sonar (Mathematical Semesterberichte, March 2017): 'With this book, the author Herbert Bruderer has actually written a milestone in the history of technology, which should not be missing in any library. Herbert Bruderer has presented a work that will certainly quickly establish itself as a standard work and classic.' Rainer Gebhardt (Jahrbuch des Adam-Ries-Bund, 2016): 'All in all, the work represents a very well-founded compilation of analogue and digital calculators. It's the most comprehensive reference book in computer history to date.' Herbert Bruderer is a retired lecturer in computer science at ETH Zürich and an historian of technology. He has written numerous books on computer science and has won several prizes.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 06.12.2019
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Bruderer, H: Meilensteine Rechentechnik 2
179,00 CHF *
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The award-winning work Milestones in Analog and Digital Computing is available in the second, completely revised and greatly expanded edition. The two volumes, which comprise 1600 pages in total, are a complete work, but can also be used individually. This publication deals with both analog and digital devices and includes related areas such as automata (e. g. automaton figures and musical automatons) and scientific instruments (e. g. astronomy, surveying, watchmaking). Early typewriters and program-controlled mechanical looms are also touched on. The focal points of the first volume are: Basics, mechanical calculating machines, slide rules, historical automatons, development of arithmetic, step-by-step instructions for analog and digital calculators. All important technical terms are explained. The world's most magnificent cylindrical calculating machines and androids are presented in words and pictures. The book also contains fundamental considerations on topics such as digitization and artificial intelligence, the role of technological history and the preservation of technical heritage. The second volume is mainly devoted to the electronic machines: Invention of the computer, worldwide development of computing technology, especially in Germany, England and Switzerland. It also includes a German-English and an English-German technical dictionary. The glossaries are intended to promote the reading of complicated foreign-language texts and facilitate translations. In addition, there is a comprehensive worldwide bibliography. Both volumes report on sensational new discoveries of documents and objects (including the world's largest mass-produced cylindrical slide rule, the world's smallest mechanical parallel calculator, the first mechanical process calculator) and are also suitable as reference works. They are generally understandable and are aimed at everyone who enjoys history of technology, mathematics, computer science and art. Multilingual bibliography on the history of mathematics, computer science, technology and science with more than 5000 entries technical dictionary German-English and English-German with 4000 entries each 18 step-by-step instructions for the operation of historical analog and digital devices 400 illustrations, 100 tabular overviews, numerous time tables Detailed index of names, places and subjects. Quotes on the first edition Steven Deckelman (Mathematical Association of America, August 2016): 'This impressive new book by Herbert Bruderer is an extensive in-depth scholarly history of mathematics and computer science with a focus on computing technology in German lands. This book is a must-have for anyone interested in the history of mathematics and computer science as well engineering (especially mechanical and electrical), technology and the history of science.' Thomas Sonar (Mathematical Semesterberichte, March 2017): 'With this book, the author Herbert Bruderer has actually written a milestone in the history of technology, which should not be missing in any library. Herbert Bruderer has presented a work that will certainly quickly establish itself as a standard work and classic.' Rainer Gebhardt (Jahrbuch des Adam-Ries-Bund, 2016): 'All in all, the work represents a very well-founded compilation of analogue and digital calculators. It's the most comprehensive reference book in computer history to date.' Herbert Bruderer is a retired lecturer in computer science at ETH Zürich and an historian of technology. He has written numerous books on computer science and has won several prizes.

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Stand: 06.12.2019
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Digital Photography In Simple Steps 2nd edn
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Discover everything you want to know about digital photography in this easy to use guide, from the most essential tasks that you'll want to perform, to solving the most common problems you'll encounter. Digital Photography 2nd Edition In Simple Stepscovers every practical aspect of choosing and using a digital camera; from understanding its features and settings, to downloading and editing pictures onto your PC or laptop. This book is filled with easy to understand practical tasks that will help you to achieve immediate results. This series of vibrant books will teach you exactly what you need to know using A friendly, visual approach Easy-to-understand language Practical hands-on tasks Full-colour large format screenshots To build your confidence and help you to get the most out of your computer, practical hints, tips and shortcuts feature on every page: ALERT!- Explains and provides practical solutions to the most commonly encountered problems HOT TIPS- Time and effort saving shortcuts SEE ALSO... - Points you to other related tasks and information DID YOU KNOW? - Additional features to explore WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?- Jargon and technical terms explained in plain English

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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