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C Sharp Programming Books

  • C Sharp Programming

    Although C# is derived from the C programming language3, it has features such as garbage collection4 that allow beginners to become proficient in C# more quickly than in C5 or C++6. Similar to Java7, it is object-oriented8, comes with an extensive class library, and supports exception handling, multiple types of polymorphism9, and separation of interfaces from implementations..

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  • C# School

    The book is divided in to three progressive levels. In the first beginner stage the author discusses the .Net Framework, C# Language Fundamentals and Object Oriented Programming. In the second intermediate section he goes into depth with Object Oriented constructs such as inheritance, polymorphism, abstract classes, interfaces, structures, enumerations and exceptions.

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  • C# Programming

    C# is a simple, modern, general-purpose, object-oriented programming language developed by Microsoft within its .NET initiative led by Anders Hejlsberg. This tutorial covers basic C# programming and various advanced concepts related to C# programming language.Audience This tutorial has been prepared for the beginners to help them understand basics of c# Programming.

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C & C++ Programming Books

  • C Programming

    The field of computing as we know it today started in 1947 with three scientists at Bell Telephone Laboratories—William Shockley1, Walter Brattain2, and John Bardeen3—and their groundbreaking invention: the transistor4. In 1956, the first fully transistor-based computer, the TX-05, was completed at MIT. The first integrated circuit6 was created in 1958 by Jack Kilby7 at Texas Instruments, but the first high-level programming language existed even before then.

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  • C++ Statisticians

    C++ for statisticians, with a focus on interfacing from R and R packages Chris Paciorek February 6, 2014 These notes are the basis for a set of three 1.5 hour workshops on using C++ for statistical work. The first workshop focuses on the basics of C++ useful for statistical work. I don’t expect to teach you C++ in that time, but to give you an overview so that you can go learn what you need more easily, or for those who know a bit of C or C++ already to help round out your knowledge.

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  • Eclipse C/C++ Programming

    Introduction to Eclipse What is eclipse essentially? a small Java program with loader functionality can be infinitely extensible by 3rd parties products products are created in the form of plugins which are then loaded by Eclipse What is a plugin? a small unit of Eclipse platform that can be developed separately can be delivered as a single jar or a collection of jars self-describing: describe what it is, what it does and who it requires xml configuration

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Introduction to Computing

  • Introduction to Computing

    This book started from the premise that Computer Science should be taught as a liberal art, not an industrial skill. I had the privilege of taking 6.001 from Gerry Sussman when I was a first year student at MIT, and that course awakened me to the power and beauty of computing, and inspired me to pursue a career as a teacher and researcher in Computer Science. When I arrived as a new faculty member at the University of Virginia in 1999.

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  • Algorithms Probabilistic and Statistical Modeling in Computer Science

    Dr. Norm Matlo is a professor of computer science at the University of California at Davis, and was formerly a professor of statistics at that university. He is a former database software developer in Silicon Valley, and has been a statistical consultant for rms such as the Kaiser Permanente Health Plan.Dr. Matlo was born in Los Angeles, and grew up in East Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley.

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  • Elements of Automata Theory

    As I explained in the preface to the first volume, one of my purposes in writing this series of books has been to urge computer hobbyists away from the view of computer expertise as the knowledge of obscure characteristics of some particular computer—how to program it in machine language, what magic numbers can be found where in its memory, how to overcome the copy protection schemes on its disks, and so on. The trouble with this sort of machine-specific expertise

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Cyber-Security

  • Science of Cyber-Security

    JASON was requested by the DoD to examine the theory and practice of cyber-security, and evaluate whether there are underlying fundamental principles that would make it possible to adopt a more scientific approach, identify what is needed in creating a science of cyber-security, and recommend specific ways in which scientific methods can be applied. Our study identified several sub-fields of computer science that are specifically relevant and also provides some recommendations on further developing the science of cyber-security.

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  • Developing a Blueprint for a Science of Cybersecurity

    The world’s most extensive case of cyberespionage, including attacks on US government and UN computers,was reported at the 2011 Black Hat conference by security rm McAfee. Concluding ve years of investigation, McAfee analysts were “surprised by the enormous diversity of the victim organizations and were taken aback by the audacity of the perpetrators.” Wired magazine recently broke a story revealing that “a computer virus has infected the cockpits of America’s

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  • Elements of Automata Theory

    A secure system must defend against all possible attacks— including those unknown to the defender. But defenders, having limited resources, typically develop defenses only for attacks they know about. New kinds of attacks are then likely to succeed. So our growing dependence on networked computing systems puts at risk individuals, commercial enterprises, the public sector, and our military.The obvious alternative is to build systems whose security follows from first principles. Unfortunately, we know little about those principles

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