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Wavelets for Computer Graphics: Theory and Applications (Morgan Kaufmann Series in Computer Graphics and Geometric Modeling)
Wavelets for Computer Graphics: Theory and Applications (Morgan Kaufmann Series in Computer Graphics and Geometric Modeling)
von Eric Stollnitz
  Gebundene Ausgabe

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent Introductory Book, 22. Juli 2000
I shall be brief and skip saucy words and go to the main point: Why you should acquire this book? 2 Reasons. 1)Michael Lounsbery, Tony D. DeRose and Joe Warren, "Multiresolution analysis for surfaces of arbitrary topological type" 2)"Multiresolution curves", Adam Finkelstein and David H. Salesin.
The authors offer their knowledge in an early stage and this honour them in the largest extent! This book provides an expleantion for these two papers and their branches(papers originating from these theories).


Pattern Recognition
Pattern Recognition
von Sergios Theodoridis
  Gebundene Ausgabe

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Continuing..., 23. April 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Pattern Recognition (Gebundene Ausgabe)
I am working on a project and I am constantly getting inspired from this book. This book seems to have the practical power of Rogers(Computer Graphics) writting while keeping the theoretical dichipline. So you can safetly combine algorithms and be sure that you are walking on a correct path, simply buy this book all of you who are fed up with a book fool of formulas and "chatting" without practise it will probably save you from a lot of searching. Thats the end of my review. I think I said enough good things and a little criticism on this book.


Pattern Recognition
Pattern Recognition
von Sergios Theodoridis
  Gebundene Ausgabe

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Good Job..., 21. April 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Pattern Recognition (Gebundene Ausgabe)
Nice Job. I was (un)lucky to have these fellows as teachers. What they tell in this book is a refined version of the truth...everything "magic" becomes not "magic" if only you can unravel its mysteries, see the limitations and possibly design sth with better bandwidth and then be honest and help others to see the limitations etc...etc. Well mr.Thodoridis "harem" :-) should be proud of him. But still this book could have been better. This is because because mathematics are just numbers if they do not speak to you. Do not expect to find the magic of "Luenberger" or "Brigham" inside this book. But a honest and up to date investigation of theory refined with practise. Also they could have been more illustrative. For example chapter 2 Page 18 at the end. Actualy the pdf of is "shrinking" by a factor L21/L12 < 1. Then draw the pdf on figure 2_1 with dashed lines and then show that xo is moved to the left. This is what I call that maths are speaking to you... Anyway you can not find a person who is perfect as this would mean a signal with a band equal to 1 with IFT equal to a Dirac line ... simply impossible! :-) Buy this book, but I really sugest that it should be studied in an "academic" enviroment. See the quotes I make is just to state the fact that in these times we are living everything is possible...


Fundamentals of Database Systems
Fundamentals of Database Systems
von Ramez Elmasri
  Lehrbuch
Preis: EUR 63,48

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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Book that tells you the truth about how DBMS look today, 10. Februar 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Fundamentals of Database Systems (Lehrbuch)
Unfortunaqtely I was one of the unlucky that did advanced database systems without going first into basic database structures. Seeing this book in my library was a trip of my eye when I was desperately seeking some book which would sign the theory I was taught and was made to be referenced by papers! This book has everything that is going to be standard in the future. Days of single-user database systems is going to end and we better understand this quickly. With this book I will not be guilty failing the course because I will have this book as a guide to try again. Wish I could see this book earlier... And yes I am a Mathematician but believe me this in the future wont make a bit of difference. But I quite agree this book is a little too much to be given to kids...


Beginning VC++ 6 (Wrox Us)
Beginning VC++ 6 (Wrox Us)
von Wrox Press
  Taschenbuch

5.0 von 5 Sternen So Microsoft Succeeded in Building an MPI between Objects?, 2. Februar 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Beginning VC++ 6 (Wrox Us) (Taschenbuch)
If you read this book and know some Elementery staff about Parallel programming then you will notice that Microsoft might have succeeded in making a Message Passing Interface for Windows not between processors but between abstract object models. Ivor Horton takes you by the hand and explains in good detail the philosophy of MFC but he always keeps himself on the ground providing useful examples that make you learn. Everything in the book is needed to make the transition from ANSI C++ -----> Windows - OOP using C++ code instructions. But all of this is ok but listen to a song that I will whisper to my students when I have some:
"Don't be angry because I teach C++ in Ansi,
I am sure it is worse than looking to your cute girlfriend Nansi,
But be patient and enjoy the ride,
I am sure you will certainly at the end appreciate this waste of time"
A cute inliner code taken from this book:
void Swap(int& a, int& b) { a ^= b; b ^= a; a ^= b; }//Be carefull only swap integer values with this code!


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