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New Age International (P) Limited, 2011. 5th or later edition. Softcover. New. Today the "Mechanical Systems" as a component of science comprises of not just mechanisms and mechanical component but also covers multidisciplinary synthesis of mechanical, electronic, computer and information system based elements. The most prominent e.g. are robot, washing machine and computer printer. To work in a multidisciplinary team for developing such products, a very clear understanding of flow of material, energy and information is required and also points of observation and places of interfaces to outside systems have to be specified. In comparison to conventional products, these new products are evolved or developed in a sequential manner, starting from the concept, followed by function, designing, prototyping and finally the testing stages. Also, to match up with continuous evolution taking place in the area of product designs, these processes have to be carried out at fast pace. This can be often achieved by resorting to model based-computer simulation, virtual prototyping and rapid prototyping techniques. Computer simulation requires mathematical model of system, which are built with all interacting components and it helps in development and optimization of designs. The virtual prototyping helps in designing of real world interfaces and spatial description whereas the rapid prototyping helps in actual testing of product. A system-based approach to mechanical design helps in carrying out all these activities. Finally, an application of `A Case Study` method is followed. Printed Pages: 392., New Age International (P) Limited, 2011, New Age International (P) Limited, 2011. 5th or later edition. Softcover. New. Today the "Mechanical Systems" as a component of science comprises of not just mechanisms and mechanical component but also covers multidisciplinary synthesis of mechanical, electronic, computer and information system based elements. The most prominent e.g. are robot, washing machine and computer printer. To work in a multidisciplinary team for developing such products, a very clear understanding of flow of material, energy and information is required and also points of observation and places of interfaces to outside systems have to be specified. In comparison to conventional products, these new products are evolved or developed in a sequential manner, starting from the concept, followed by function, designing, prototyping and finally the testing stages. Also, to match up with continuous evolution taking place in the area of product designs, these processes have to be carried out at fast pace. This can be often achieved by resorting to model based-computer simulation, virtual prototyping and rapid prototyping techniques. Computer simulation requires mathematical model of system, which are built with all interacting components and it helps in development and optimization of designs. The virtual prototyping helps in designing of real world interfaces and spatial description whereas the rapid prototyping helps in actual testing of product. A system-based approach to mechanical design helps in carrying out all these activities. Finally, an application of `A Case Study` method is followed. Printed Pages: 392., New Age International (P) Limited, 2011, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2000 Essays on the relationship between Jules Verne and the French literary canon, addressing his much-debated status as a science fiction writer and examining aspects of his work, from a study of his use of narrative technique and defamiliarisation, to the relation his work bears to Surrealism and the repercussions for a modern reassessment of Verne as a writer. Verne has received renewed attention since the publication in 1994 of his "Paris au Vingtieme Siecle", and this has highlighted his importance as a key commentator on the anguishes of modernity. Arthur B. Evans provides a detailed account of the relationship between Verne and the French literary canon, demonstrating the "now-ineluctable trend towards rehabilitation and literary canonization". Daniel Compere exmines narrative technique, versimilitude, defamiliarization, naturalization and dialogism in Verne's work, while Timothy Unwin develops the enquiry into the nature of the Vernian text in discussing the role of science and textual repetition. The interface between realism, utopianism and SF in a number of Verne's novels is investigated by Sarah Capitano. Jules Gabriel Verne 8 February 1828 - 24 March 1905) was a French author who helped pioneer the science-fiction genre. He is best known for his novels A Journey to the Centre of the Earth (1864), From the Earth to the Moon (1865), Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1869-1870), Around the World in Eighty Days (1873) and The Mysterious Island (1875). Verne wrote about space, air, and underwater travel before navigable aircraft and practical submarines were invented, and before any means of space travel had been devised. Consequently he is often referred to as the "Father of science fiction" and a precursor to stemapunk, along with H.G. Wells.. First Paperback Edition. Paperback. New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Liverpool University Press, 2000, Academic Press, Incorporated, 1976. Volume 5. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. , 1100grams, ISBN:0124045057, Academic Press, Incorporated, 1976, Elsevier Science Ltd. Used - Very Good. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Your purchase also supports literacy charities., Elsevier Science Ltd, Yale University Press, 1970. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. , 1000grams, ISBN:0300011474, Yale University Press, 1970, The Faraday Society, 1970. 212 pp., paperback, ex library, ex library, else text and binding clean and tight, The Faraday Society, 1970, BPB Publications, 2007. First edition. Softcover. New. Assuming that the reader knows nothing about Programming and Data Recovery. This Book has been written to provide the Knowledge of the Professional Data Recovery and its Programming to the Computer Science students and IT Professionals. Specialty to help those Engineering students who want to learn professional system programming using the latest Interrupt 13H Extensions approach to access the Large capacity disks. The book covers all the necessary Topics and required Study within this, like Description of : 1. Data Recovery Concepts 2. Hard Disks` Geometry Concepts 3. Logical Structure of Disks and Operating System Internals 4. Necessary Number Systems 5. C Programming Techniques 6. Computer Basics with Architecture and Organization 7. Necessary DOS Commands 8. Interrupt handling and defined Disk-BIOS Functions 9. Large Hard Disks Support 10. Different Cases & Data Recovery Operations with its Programming Techniques 11. "Raw File" Recovery 12. Programming for Data Wipers 13. Developing Many Important Utilities Contents Preface I. AN OVERVIEW OF DATA RECOVERY : Introduction to Data Recovery 1. Understanding Data Loss : i. System Crash : a. Human Error b. Software Corruption c. Software Malfunction d. Hardware Error e. Virus Crash f. Sabotage g. Natural Disaster ii. Other Types of Data Loss : a. Loss of One or More Partitions b. Floppy Read Error c. Deletion of Important Data d. Password Loss 2. Types and Areas of Data Recovery 3. Analyzing a Computer before Data Recovery : i. Acceptable Recovery Period ii. Understanding Various Costs : a. Downtime Costs b. Data Recovery Costs iii. User Description iv. Defining the Requirements v. Making Objectives 4. Some Advices before Beginning the Disk Troubleshooting or Data Recovery Procedure 5. Some Tips to Protect your Data : i. Make the Backups ii. Perform Surface Scanning Monthly iii. De-fragment of Data Weekly iv. Use Good Antivirus Program v. Get into the Habit of Keeping your Floppy Write-protected vi. Do Not Use Pirated Games and Software II. INTRODUCTION OF HARD DISKS : Introduction 1. Components of Hard Disk : i. Disk Platters and Media ii. Read/Write Heads : a. Head Crash b. Head Parking iii. Head Sliders, Arms and Actuator : a. Head Sliders b. Head Arms c. Head Actuator iv. Spindle Motor v. Connectors and Jumpers vi. Logic Board vii. Cache and Cache Circuitry 2. Low-level Hard Disk Geometry 3. Formatting : i. Low-level Formatting ii. Partitioning iii. High-level Formatting 4. Formatted and Unformatted Storage Capacity III. LOGICAL APPROACH TO DISKS AND OS : 1. BIOS 2. The INT 13H Interface and INT 13H Extensions : i. Int 13HH Extensions ii. The 2.1 GB Limit iii. The 33.8 GB Limit iv. ATA Specification for IDE Disks - The 137 GB Limit 3. Two and Four Disk BIOS IDE Support 4. Limitations in File Systems : i. FAT 12 ii. FAT 16 iii. FAT 32 iv. NTFS 5. Cluster 6. Cluster Size 7. Logical Structure of a Hard Disk 8. Master Boot Record (MBR) or Master Partition Table (MPT) 9. Master Boot Record Format 10. Partition Table Entry Format : i. Boot Type Indicator Byte ii. Starting Cylinder - Head - Sector Number of the Partition iii. File System Indicator Byte iv. Ending Cylinder - Head - Sector Number of the Partition v. Relative Sector Number of Beginning of the Partition vi. Number of Sectors of the Partition 11. DOS Boot Record (DBR)/DOS Boot Sector : i. Number of Root Directories ii. Total Number of Sectors iii. Media Descriptor iv. Number of Sectors of FAT v. Sectors Per Track (or Sectors Per Head) vi. Hidden Sectors 12. File Allocation Table (FAT) : How Windows Detects the Improper - Shutdown 13. Root Directory 14. Long File Name (LFN) 15. Data Area (or Files Area) 16. Fragmented and Defragmented Data 17. Identifyi Printed Pages: 514., BPB Publications, 2007, BPB Publications, 2007. First edition. Softcover. New. Assuming that the reader knows nothing about Programming and Data Recovery. This Book has been written to provide the Knowledge of the Professional Data Recovery and its Programming to the Computer Science students and IT Professionals. Specialty to help those Engineering students who want to learn professional system programming using the latest Interrupt 13H Extensions approach to access the Large capacity disks. The book covers all the necessary Topics and required Study within this, like Description of : 1. Data Recovery Concepts 2. Hard Disks` Geometry Concepts 3. Logical Structure of Disks and Operating System Internals 4. Necessary Number Systems 5. C Programming Techniques 6. Computer Basics with Architecture and Organization 7. Necessary DOS Commands 8. Interrupt handling and defined Disk-BIOS Functions 9. Large Hard Disks Support 10. Different Cases & Data Recovery Operations with its Programming Techniques 11. "Raw File" Recovery 12. Programming for Data Wipers 13. Developing Many Important Utilities Contents Preface I. AN OVERVIEW OF DATA RECOVERY : Introduction to Data Recovery 1. Understanding Data Loss : i. System Crash : a. Human Error b. Software Corruption c. Software Malfunction d. Hardware Error e. Virus Crash f. Sabotage g. Natural Disaster ii. Other Types of Data Loss : a. Loss of One or More Partitions b. Floppy Read Error c. Deletion of Important Data d. Password Loss 2. Types and Areas of Data Recovery 3. Analyzing a Computer before Data Recovery : i. Acceptable Recovery Period ii. Understanding Various Costs : a. Downtime Costs b. Data Recovery Costs iii. User Description iv. Defining the Requirements v. Making Objectives 4. Some Advices before Beginning the Disk Troubleshooting or Data Recovery Procedure 5. Some Tips to Protect your Data : i. Make the Backups ii. Perform Surface Scanning Monthly iii. De-fragment of Data Weekly iv. Use Good Antivirus Program v. Get into the Habit of Keeping your Floppy Write-protected vi. Do Not Use Pirated Games and Software II. INTRODUCTION OF HARD DISKS : Introduction 1. Components of Hard Disk : i. Disk Platters and Media ii. Read/Write Heads : a. Head Crash b. Head Parking iii. Head Sliders, Arms and Actuator : a. Head Sliders b. Head Arms c. Head Actuator iv. Spindle Motor v. Connectors and Jumpers vi. Logic Board vii. Cache and Cache Circuitry 2. Low-level Hard Disk Geometry 3. Formatting : i. Low-level Formatting ii. Partitioning iii. High-level Formatting 4. Formatted and Unformatted Storage Capacity III. LOGICAL APPROACH TO DISKS AND OS : 1. BIOS 2. The INT 13H Interface and INT 13H Extensions : i. Int 13HH Extensions ii. The 2.1 GB Limit iii. The 33.8 GB Limit iv. ATA Specification for IDE Disks - The 137 GB Limit 3. Two and Four Disk BIOS IDE Support 4. Limitations in File Systems : i. FAT 12 ii. FAT 16 iii. FAT 32 iv. NTFS 5. Cluster 6. Cluster Size 7. Logical Structure of a Hard Disk 8. Master Boot Record (MBR) or Master Partition Table (MPT) 9. Master Boot Record Format 10. Partition Table Entry Format : i. Boot Type Indicator Byte ii. Starting Cylinder - Head - Sector Number of the Partition iii. File System Indicator Byte iv. Ending Cylinder - Head - Sector Number of the Partition v. Relative Sector Number of Beginning of the Partition vi. Number of Sectors of the Partition 11. DOS Boot Record (DBR)/DOS Boot Sector : i. Number of Root Directories ii. Total Number of Sectors iii. Media Descriptor iv. Number of Sectors of FAT v. Sectors Per Track (or Sectors Per Head) vi. Hidden Sectors 12. File Allocation Table (FAT) : How Windows Detects the Improper - Shutdown 13. Root Directory 14. Long File Name (LFN) 15. Data Area (or Files Area) 16. Fragmented and Defragmented Data 17. Identifyi Printed Pages: 514., BPB Publications, 2007, A Hodder Arnold Publication, 1995. Paperback. Good. Third Edition. Geography is a flourishing and diverse field of study, drawing on a range of disciplines from geology to the social sciences. Small & Witherick's highly successful Dictionary has already in its first two editions proved its value as an invaluable guide to, and in many instances explanation and illustration of the principles, concepts, and terminology of geography in the 1990s. This new, enlarged edition reflects advances in the discipline in recent years. Many new entries have been added, a significant proportion of which relate to the critical interface between human and physical considerations. Existing entries have been revised and updated and the dictionary now includes over 2000 terms widely used by modern geographers. It provides a detailed definition and explanation of each and has an extensive cross-referencing system which enables the reader easily to identify associated terms. Paperback - 1995 - fair condition, 0-340-60339-9 - - used books, secondhand books, out of print books, hard to find books, for sale, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, first edition, exlibrary books sold, , non-fiction books delivered world wide. Isbn 0340603399., A Hodder Arnold Publication, 1995, Routledge, 1996. Paperback. Good. Condition fair, pages clean, exlibrary The recent evolution of western societies has been characterized by an increasing emphasis on information and communication. As the amount of available information increases, however, the user -- worker, student, citizen -- faces a new problem: selecting and accessing relevant information. More than ever it is crucial to find efficient ways for users to interact with information systems in a way that prevents them from being overwhelmed or simply missing their targets. As a result, hypertext systems have been developed as a means of facilitating the interactions between readers and text. In hypertext, information is organized as a network in which nodes are text chunks (e.g., lists of items, paragraphs, pages) and links are relationships between the nodes (e.g., semantic associations, expansions, definitions, examples -- virtually any kind of relation that can be imagined between two text passages). Unfortunately, the many ways in which these hypertext interfaces can be designed has caused a complexity that extends far beyond the processing abilities of regular users. Therefore, it has become widely recognized that a more rational approach based on a thorough analysis of information users' needs, capacities, capabilities, and skills is needed. This volume seeks to meet that need. From a user-centered perspective -- between systems and users -- this volume presents theoretical and empirical research on the cognitive processes involved in using hypertext. In so doing, it illustrates three main approaches to the design of hypertext systems: *cognitive, which examines how users process multilayered hypertext structures; *ergonomical, which explores how users interact with the design characteristics of hardware and software; and *educational, which studies the learning objectives, frequency and duration of hypertext sessions, type of reading activity, and the user's learning characteristics. This volume also tries to provide answers for the questions that have plagued hypertext research: *What is hypertext good for? *Who is hypertext good for? *If it is useful for learning and instruction, then what type? *What particular cognitive skills are needed to interact successfully with a hypertext system? Anyone interested in the fields of computer science, linguistics, psychology, education, and graphic design will find this volume intriguing, informative, and a definitive starting point for future research in the field of hypertext., Routledge, 1996

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Yale University Press, 1970. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. , 1000grams, ISBN:0300011474, Yale University Press, 1970, The Faraday Society, 1970. 212 pp., paperback, ex library, ex library, else text and binding clean and tight, The Faraday Society, 1970, BPB Publications, 2007. First edition. Softcover. New. Assuming that the reader knows nothing about Programming and Data Recovery. This Book has been written to provide the Knowledge of the Professional Data Recovery and its Programming to the Computer Science students and IT Professionals. Specialty to help those Engineering students who want to learn professional system programming using the latest Interrupt 13H Extensions approach to access the Large capacity disks. The book covers all the necessary Topics and required Study within this, like Description of : 1. Data Recovery Concepts 2. Hard Disks` Geometry Concepts 3. Logical Structure of Disks and Operating System Internals 4. Necessary Number Systems 5. C Programming Techniques 6. Computer Basics with Architecture and Organization 7. Necessary DOS Commands 8. Interrupt handling and defined Disk-BIOS Functions 9. Large Hard Disks Support 10. Different Cases & Data Recovery Operations with its Programming Techniques 11. "Raw File" Recovery 12. Programming for Data Wipers 13. Developing Many Important Utilities Contents Preface I. AN OVERVIEW OF DATA RECOVERY : Introduction to Data Recovery 1. Understanding Data Loss : i. System Crash : a. Human Error b. Software Corruption c. Software Malfunction d. Hardware Error e. Virus Crash f. Sabotage g. Natural Disaster ii. Other Types of Data Loss : a. Loss of One or More Partitions b. Floppy Read Error c. Deletion of Important Data d. Password Loss 2. Types and Areas of Data Recovery 3. Analyzing a Computer before Data Recovery : i. Acceptable Recovery Period ii. Understanding Various Costs : a. Downtime Costs b. Data Recovery Costs iii. User Description iv. Defining the Requirements v. Making Objectives 4. Some Advices before Beginning the Disk Troubleshooting or Data Recovery Procedure 5. Some Tips to Protect your Data : i. Make the Backups ii. Perform Surface Scanning Monthly iii. De-fragment of Data Weekly iv. Use Good Antivirus Program v. Get into the Habit of Keeping your Floppy Write-protected vi. Do Not Use Pirated Games and Software II. INTRODUCTION OF HARD DISKS : Introduction 1. Components of Hard Disk : i. Disk Platters and Media ii. Read/Write Heads : a. Head Crash b. Head Parking iii. Head Sliders, Arms and Actuator : a. Head Sliders b. Head Arms c. Head Actuator iv. Spindle Motor v. Connectors and Jumpers vi. Logic Board vii. Cache and Cache Circuitry 2. Low-level Hard Disk Geometry 3. Formatting : i. Low-level Formatting ii. Partitioning iii. High-level Formatting 4. Formatted and Unformatted Storage Capacity III. LOGICAL APPROACH TO DISKS AND OS : 1. BIOS 2. The INT 13H Interface and INT 13H Extensions : i. Int 13HH Extensions ii. The 2.1 GB Limit iii. The 33.8 GB Limit iv. ATA Specification for IDE Disks - The 137 GB Limit 3. Two and Four Disk BIOS IDE Support 4. Limitations in File Systems : i. FAT 12 ii. FAT 16 iii. FAT 32 iv. NTFS 5. Cluster 6. Cluster Size 7. Logical Structure of a Hard Disk 8. Master Boot Record (MBR) or Master Partition Table (MPT) 9. Master Boot Record Format 10. Partition Table Entry Format : i. Boot Type Indicator Byte ii. Starting Cylinder - Head - Sector Number of the Partition iii. File System Indicator Byte iv. Ending Cylinder - Head - Sector Number of the Partition v. Relative Sector Number of Beginning of the Partition vi. Number of Sectors of the Partition 11. DOS Boot Record (DBR)/DOS Boot Sector : i. Number of Root Directories ii. Total Number of Sectors iii. Media Descriptor iv. Number of Sectors of FAT v. Sectors Per Track (or Sectors Per Head) vi. Hidden Sectors 12. File Allocation Table (FAT) : How Windows Detects the Improper - Shutdown 13. Root Directory 14. Long File Name (LFN) 15. Data Area (or Files Area) 16. Fragmented and Defragmented Data 17. Identifyi Printed Pages: 514., BPB Publications, 2007, BPB Publications, 2007. First edition. Softcover. New. Assuming that the reader knows nothing about Programming and Data Recovery. This Book has been written to provide the Knowledge of the Professional Data Recovery and its Programming to the Computer Science students and IT Professionals. Specialty to help those Engineering students who want to learn professional system programming using the latest Interrupt 13H Extensions approach to access the Large capacity disks. The book covers all the necessary Topics and required Study within this, like Description of : 1. Data Recovery Concepts 2. Hard Disks` Geometry Concepts 3. Logical Structure of Disks and Operating System Internals 4. Necessary Number Systems 5. C Programming Techniques 6. Computer Basics with Architecture and Organization 7. Necessary DOS Commands 8. Interrupt handling and defined Disk-BIOS Functions 9. Large Hard Disks Support 10. Different Cases & Data Recovery Operations with its Programming Techniques 11. "Raw File" Recovery 12. Programming for Data Wipers 13. Developing Many Important Utilities Contents Preface I. AN OVERVIEW OF DATA RECOVERY : Introduction to Data Recovery 1. Understanding Data Loss : i. System Crash : a. Human Error b. Software Corruption c. Software Malfunction d. Hardware Error e. Virus Crash f. Sabotage g. Natural Disaster ii. Other Types of Data Loss : a. Loss of One or More Partitions b. Floppy Read Error c. Deletion of Important Data d. Password Loss 2. Types and Areas of Data Recovery 3. Analyzing a Computer before Data Recovery : i. Acceptable Recovery Period ii. Understanding Various Costs : a. Downtime Costs b. Data Recovery Costs iii. User Description iv. Defining the Requirements v. Making Objectives 4. Some Advices before Beginning the Disk Troubleshooting or Data Recovery Procedure 5. Some Tips to Protect your Data : i. Make the Backups ii. Perform Surface Scanning Monthly iii. De-fragment of Data Weekly iv. Use Good Antivirus Program v. Get into the Habit of Keeping your Floppy Write-protected vi. Do Not Use Pirated Games and Software II. INTRODUCTION OF HARD DISKS : Introduction 1. Components of Hard Disk : i. Disk Platters and Media ii. Read/Write Heads : a. Head Crash b. Head Parking iii. Head Sliders, Arms and Actuator : a. Head Sliders b. Head Arms c. Head Actuator iv. Spindle Motor v. Connectors and Jumpers vi. Logic Board vii. Cache and Cache Circuitry 2. Low-level Hard Disk Geometry 3. Formatting : i. Low-level Formatting ii. Partitioning iii. High-level Formatting 4. Formatted and Unformatted Storage Capacity III. LOGICAL APPROACH TO DISKS AND OS : 1. BIOS 2. The INT 13H Interface and INT 13H Extensions : i. Int 13HH Extensions ii. The 2.1 GB Limit iii. The 33.8 GB Limit iv. ATA Specification for IDE Disks - The 137 GB Limit 3. Two and Four Disk BIOS IDE Support 4. Limitations in File Systems : i. FAT 12 ii. FAT 16 iii. FAT 32 iv. NTFS 5. Cluster 6. Cluster Size 7. Logical Structure of a Hard Disk 8. Master Boot Record (MBR) or Master Partition Table (MPT) 9. Master Boot Record Format 10. Partition Table Entry Format : i. Boot Type Indicator Byte ii. Starting Cylinder - Head - Sector Number of the Partition iii. File System Indicator Byte iv. Ending Cylinder - Head - Sector Number of the Partition v. Relative Sector Number of Beginning of the Partition vi. Number of Sectors of the Partition 11. DOS Boot Record (DBR)/DOS Boot Sector : i. Number of Root Directories ii. Total Number of Sectors iii. Media Descriptor iv. Number of Sectors of FAT v. Sectors Per Track (or Sectors Per Head) vi. Hidden Sectors 12. File Allocation Table (FAT) : How Windows Detects the Improper - Shutdown 13. Root Directory 14. Long File Name (LFN) 15. Data Area (or Files Area) 16. Fragmented and Defragmented Data 17. Identifyi Printed Pages: 514., BPB Publications, 2007, A Hodder Arnold Publication, 1995. Paperback. Good. Third Edition. Geography is a flourishing and diverse field of study, drawing on a range of disciplines from geology to the social sciences. Small & Witherick's highly successful Dictionary has already in its first two editions proved its value as an invaluable guide to, and in many instances explanation and illustration of the principles, concepts, and terminology of geography in the 1990s. This new, enlarged edition reflects advances in the discipline in recent years. Many new entries have been added, a significant proportion of which relate to the critical interface between human and physical considerations. Existing entries have been revised and updated and the dictionary now includes over 2000 terms widely used by modern geographers. It provides a detailed definition and explanation of each and has an extensive cross-referencing system which enables the reader easily to identify associated terms. Paperback - 1995 - fair condition, 0-340-60339-9 - - used books, secondhand books, out of print books, hard to find books, for sale, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, first edition, exlibrary books sold, , non-fiction books delivered world wide. Isbn 0340603399., A Hodder Arnold Publication, 1995, Routledge, 1996. Paperback. Good. Condition fair, pages clean, exlibrary The recent evolution of western societies has been characterized by an increasing emphasis on information and communication. As the amount of available information increases, however, the user -- worker, student, citizen -- faces a new problem: selecting and accessing relevant information. More than ever it is crucial to find efficient ways for users to interact with information systems in a way that prevents them from being overwhelmed or simply missing their targets. As a result, hypertext systems have been developed as a means of facilitating the interactions between readers and text. In hypertext, information is organized as a network in which nodes are text chunks (e.g., lists of items, paragraphs, pages) and links are relationships between the nodes (e.g., semantic associations, expansions, definitions, examples -- virtually any kind of relation that can be imagined between two text passages). Unfortunately, the many ways in which these hypertext interfaces can be designed has caused a complexity that extends far beyond the processing abilities of regular users. Therefore, it has become widely recognized that a more rational approach based on a thorough analysis of information users' needs, capacities, capabilities, and skills is needed. This volume seeks to meet that need. From a user-centered perspective -- between systems and users -- this volume presents theoretical and empirical research on the cognitive processes involved in using hypertext. In so doing, it illustrates three main approaches to the design of hypertext systems: *cognitive, which examines how users process multilayered hypertext structures; *ergonomical, which explores how users interact with the design characteristics of hardware and software; and *educational, which studies the learning objectives, frequency and duration of hypertext sessions, type of reading activity, and the user's learning characteristics. This volume also tries to provide answers for the questions that have plagued hypertext research: *What is hypertext good for? *Who is hypertext good for? *If it is useful for learning and instruction, then what type? *What particular cognitive skills are needed to interact successfully with a hypertext system? Anyone interested in the fields of computer science, linguistics, psychology, education, and graphic design will find this volume intriguing, informative, and a definitive starting point for future research in the field of hypertext., Routledge, 1996

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A Hodder Arnold Publication, 1995. Paperback. Good. Third Edition. Geography is a flourishing and diverse field of study, drawing on a range of disciplines from geology to the social sciences. Small & Witherick's highly successful Dictionary has already in its first two editions proved its value as an invaluable guide to, and in many instances explanation and illustration of the principles, concepts, and terminology of geography in the 1990s. This new, enlarged edition reflects advances in the discipline in recent years. Many new entries have been added, a significant proportion of which relate to the critical interface between human and physical considerations. Existing entries have been revised and updated and the dictionary now includes over 2000 terms widely used by modern geographers. It provides a detailed definition and explanation of each and has an extensive cross-referencing system which enables the reader easily to identify associated terms. Paperback - 1995 - fair condition, 0-340-60339-9 - - used books, secondhand books, out of print books, hard to find books, for sale, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, first edition, exlibrary books sold, , non-fiction books delivered world wide. Isbn 0340603399., A Hodder Arnold Publication, 1995, Routledge, 1996. Paperback. Good. Condition fair, pages clean, exlibrary The recent evolution of western societies has been characterized by an increasing emphasis on information and communication. As the amount of available information increases, however, the user -- worker, student, citizen -- faces a new problem: selecting and accessing relevant information. More than ever it is crucial to find efficient ways for users to interact with information systems in a way that prevents them from being overwhelmed or simply missing their targets. As a result, hypertext systems have been developed as a means of facilitating the interactions between readers and text. In hypertext, information is organized as a network in which nodes are text chunks (e.g., lists of items, paragraphs, pages) and links are relationships between the nodes (e.g., semantic associations, expansions, definitions, examples -- virtually any kind of relation that can be imagined between two text passages). Unfortunately, the many ways in which these hypertext interfaces can be designed has caused a complexity that extends far beyond the processing abilities of regular users. Therefore, it has become widely recognized that a more rational approach based on a thorough analysis of information users' needs, capacities, capabilities, and skills is needed. This volume seeks to meet that need. From a user-centered perspective -- between systems and users -- this volume presents theoretical and empirical research on the cognitive processes involved in using hypertext. In so doing, it illustrates three main approaches to the design of hypertext systems: *cognitive, which examines how users process multilayered hypertext structures; *ergonomical, which explores how users interact with the design characteristics of hardware and software; and *educational, which studies the learning objectives, frequency and duration of hypertext sessions, type of reading activity, and the user's learning characteristics. This volume also tries to provide answers for the questions that have plagued hypertext research: *What is hypertext good for? *Who is hypertext good for? *If it is useful for learning and instruction, then what type? *What particular cognitive skills are needed to interact successfully with a hypertext system? Anyone interested in the fields of computer science, linguistics, psychology, education, and graphic design will find this volume intriguing, informative, and a definitive starting point for future research in the field of hypertext., Routledge, 1996

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Sams. 2002. Paperback. Near Fine. A crisp clean softcover, no markings throughout: Michael Urban is a biology student at the University of Minnesota where he plans to major in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior. He is involved in resea rch projects with African lions and is also the Webmaster for the Lion Rese arch Center. He has worked in numerous IT jobs including Web design and tec hnical analysis. He has experience with various Unix operating systems incl uding FreeBSD, Linux, and Solaris. Brian Tiemann has been a constant user of FreeBSD since his student days at Caltech, where he used it to build a movie fan Web site that has continued to grow and sustain more and more load until the present day. Born in Ukiah, California, He has remained in the state all his life; he currently lives in San Jose, works in the networking appliance field, and writes ceaseless commentary about Apple, Microsoft, and the technology field. Occasionally, but not often enough, he has time to enjoy motorcycling, travel, animation, and other such interests., Sams, 2002, Routledge, 1996. Paperback. Good. Condition fair, pages clean, exlibrary The recent evolution of western societies has been characterized by an increasing emphasis on information and communication. As the amount of available information increases, however, the user -- worker, student, citizen -- faces a new problem: selecting and accessing relevant information. More than ever it is crucial to find efficient ways for users to interact with information systems in a way that prevents them from being overwhelmed or simply missing their targets. As a result, hypertext systems have been developed as a means of facilitating the interactions between readers and text. In hypertext, information is organized as a network in which nodes are text chunks (e.g., lists of items, paragraphs, pages) and links are relationships between the nodes (e.g., semantic associations, expansions, definitions, examples -- virtually any kind of relation that can be imagined between two text passages). Unfortunately, the many ways in which these hypertext interfaces can be designed has caused a complexity that extends far beyond the processing abilities of regular users. Therefore, it has become widely recognized that a more rational approach based on a thorough analysis of information users' needs, capacities, capabilities, and skills is needed. This volume seeks to meet that need. From a user-centered perspective -- between systems and users -- this volume presents theoretical and empirical research on the cognitive processes involved in using hypertext. In so doing, it illustrates three main approaches to the design of hypertext systems: *cognitive, which examines how users process multilayered hypertext structures; *ergonomical, which explores how users interact with the design characteristics of hardware and software; and *educational, which studies the learning objectives, frequency and duration of hypertext sessions, type of reading activity, and the user's learning characteristics. This volume also tries to provide answers for the questions that have plagued hypertext research: *What is hypertext good for? *Who is hypertext good for? *If it is useful for learning and instruction, then what type? *What particular cognitive skills are needed to interact successfully with a hypertext system? Anyone interested in the fields of computer science, linguistics, psychology, education, and graphic design will find this volume intriguing, informative, and a definitive starting point for future research in the field of hypertext., Routledge, 1996

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780805821444
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0805821449
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1996
Herausgeber: LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOC INC
192 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,313 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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