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Voice Compression and Communications Principles and Applications for Fixed and Wireless Channels


Voice Compression and Communications Principles and Applications for Fixed and Wireless Channels
Voice Compression and Communications: Principles and Applications for Fixed and Wireless Channels by Lajos L. Hanzo, F. Clare A. Somerville, Jason P. Woodward
English | 2001 | ISBN: 0471150398 | 784 pages | PDF | 82 MB
Up-to-date, expert coverage of topics in wireless voice communications

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Urban High-Resolution Remote Sensing Algorithms and Modeling


Urban High-Resolution Remote Sensing Algorithms and Modeling
Urban High-Resolution Remote Sensing: Algorithms and Modeling
by Guoqing Zhou

English | 2021 | ISBN: 0367857502 | 368 Pages | PDF | 20 MB

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Understanding the Humanitarian World


Understanding the Humanitarian World
Understanding the Humanitarian World (Global Institutions) by Daniel G Maxwell, Kirsten Gelsdorf
2019 | ISBN: 0367233010, 0367232936 | English | 222 pages | PDF | 5 MB
Conflict and disaster have been part of human history for as long as it has been recorded. Over time, more mechanisms for responding to crises have developed and become more systematized. Today a large and complex 'global humanitarian response system' made up of a multitude of local, national and international actors carries out a wide variety of responses. Understanding this intricate system, and the forces that shape it, are the core focus of this book.

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Uncommon Ground Architecture, Technology, and Topography


Uncommon Ground Architecture, Technology, and Topography
Uncommon Ground: Architecture, Technology, and Topography By David Leatherbarrow
2000 | 310 Pages | ISBN: 0262122308 | PDF | 6 MB
Although both are central to architecture, siting and construction are often treated as separate domains. In Uncommon Ground , David Leatherbarrow illuminates their relationship, focusing on the years between 1930 and 1960, when utopian ideas about the role of technology in building gave way to an awareness of its disruptive impact on cities and culture. He examines the work of three architects, Richard Neutra, Antonin Raymond, and Aris Konstantinidis, who practiced in the United States, Japan, and Greece respectively. Leatherbarrow rejects the assumption that buildings of the modern period, particularly those that used the latest technology, were designed without regard to their surroundings. Although the prefabricated elements used in the buildings were designed independent of siting considerations, architects used these elements to modulate the environment. Leatherbarrow shows how the role of walls, the traditional element of architectural definition and platform partition, became less significant than that of the platforms themselves, the floors, ceilings, and intermediate levels. He shows how frontality was replaced by the building's four-sided extension into its surroundings, resulting in frontal configurations previously characteristic of the back. Arguing that the boundary between inside and outside was radically redefined, Leatherbarrow challenges cherished notions about the autonomy of the architectural object and about regional coherence. Modern architectural topography, he suggests, is an interplay of buildings, landscapes, and cities, as well as the humans who use them. The conflict between technological progress and cultural continuity, Leatherbarrow claims, exists only in theory, not in the real world of architecture. He argues that the act of building is not a matter of restoring regional identity by re-creating familiar signs, but of incorporating construction into the process of topography's perpetual becoming.

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Ukulele for Beginners Easy Chords and Exercises


Ukulele for Beginners Easy Chords and Exercises
Ukulele for Beginners: Easy Chords and Exercises by Adrian Gavinson
English | October 26, 2018 | ISBN: 1729276601 | 105 pages | Rar (PDF, AZW3) | 0.62 Mb
Learn how to master the basics of the ukulele and develop your skills with this essential beginner's guide.

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Translators and their Prologues in Medieval England


Translators and their Prologues in Medieval England
Translators and their Prologues in Medieval England (Bristol Studies in Medieval Cultures) (Volume 4) by Elizabeth Dearnley
2016 | ISBN: 1843844427 | English | 314 pages | True PDF | 15 MB
The prologue to Layamon's Brut recounts its author's extensive travels "wide yond thas leode" (far and wide across the land) to gather the French, Latin and English books he used as source material. The first Middle English writer to discuss his methods of translating French into English, Layamon voices ideas about the creation of a new English tradition by translation that proved very durable.

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Transduction Channels in Sensory Cells


Transduction Channels in Sensory Cells
Transduction Channels in Sensory Cells by Stephan Frings, Jonathan Bradley
English | 2004 | 321 Pages | ISBN: 3527308369 | PDF | 6 MB
This is the first book to provide a molecular level explanation of how the senses work, linking molecular biology with sensory physiology to deduce the molecular mechanism of a key step in sensory signal generation.

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Threesomes The Lesbian Collection (Erotica Themed Bundles)


Threesomes The Lesbian Collection (Erotica Themed Bundles)
Threesomes: The Lesbian Collection (Erotica Themed Bundles) by Victoria Rush
English | 2020 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B08HFJDHK4 | 268 pages | PDF | 2.16 Mb
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The secrets of mental math Everyone can do it in a flash!


The secrets of mental math Everyone can do it in a flash!
The secrets of mental math: Everyone can do it in a flash! by Pascal Imbert
English | July 27, 2014 | ISBN: 1500662437 | 122 pages | Rar (PDF, AZW3) | 0.54 Mb
Prepare yourself to change the way you look at numbers. Tricks in this book will teach you to think like a math genius in a short time. Prepare yourself to be surprised and surprise your friends with incredible calculations that you never thought you could master. This book will teach you how to mentally solve operations faster than you ever imagined. It will teach you to considerably improve your numerical memory and to make mathematics fun. You will learn to mentally solve complex, by all appearances, operations; all you need is in this book, focused on some very simple techniques to master them. You will be able to solve diverse additions and subtractions, to multiply and divide three digit numbers quickly, and to determine squares - all of that in the twinkling of an eye. No matter your age or your current capacity of calculating, this book, written in a simple and accessible language, will allow you to do mental feats effortlessly. Get ready to discover mathematics and to become a human calculator.

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The Truly Infinite Universe


The Truly Infinite Universe
The Truly Infinite Universe by David James Stewart
2019 | ISBN: 152753443X | English | 290 pages | True PDF | 2 MB
The discoveries of general relativity and quantum mechanics in the 20th century provide the perfect opportunity for Hegels thought to become more topical than it has ever been. By bringing speculative philosophy into conversation with quantum cosmology, this book develops Hegels metaphysics of true infinitude and Hawkings theory on the origins of spacetime in tandem, providing a compelling rationale for the idea that the universe is a self-generating, self-organizing, self-enclosed whole. Ever sensitive to the complex relationship of scientific, philosophical, and theological issues in theoretical cosmology, the study brings a fresh perspective to the unique brand of metaphysical theology underlying speculative philosophy and offers a new way of conducting transdisciplinary work involving Hegelian thought. This is essential reading for Hegel scholars, Hawking scholars, those interested in philosophical cosmology, the ontology of the quantum void, the realism vs. idealism debate, infinitude, imaginary time, and dialectical materialism, and those compelled by post-classical approaches to theology.

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The Tailor and the Shipwright


The Tailor and the Shipwright
The Tailor and the Shipwright by Robert Westphal
English | 2019 | ISBN: 1920727388 | 266 pages | PDF | 2.49 Mb
Thomas O'Neil, an Irish convict and tailor, arrives in Sydney having left his two daughters on the shores of Dublin. Appointed as Governor King's tailor, O'Neil establishes a successful business in Upper Pitts Row and soon finds a wife, Anne Kennedy. They are to be among the first settlers of Mosman, along with their daughter.

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The Strategic Leader's Roadmap 6 Steps for Integrating Leadership and Strategy


The Strategic Leader's Roadmap 6 Steps for Integrating Leadership and Strategy
The Strategic Leader's Roadmap: 6 Steps for Integrating Leadership and Strategy by Harbir Singh
English | October 11, 2016 | ISBN: 1613630778 | 132 pages | EPUB | 2.96 Mb
"We can all become strategic leaders if we stay on the right path."

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The Storm Within Cameron Smith The autobiography of a legend


The Storm Within Cameron Smith The autobiography of a legend
The Storm Within: Cameron Smith: The autobiography of a legend
By Cameron Smith, Andrew Webster
English | 2020 | ASIN : B08LTWZ9PN | 400 pages | EPUB | 13.35 MB

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The Rules of Risk A Guide for Investors


The Rules of Risk A Guide for Investors
The Rules of Risk: A Guide for Investors By Ron S. Dembo, Andrew Freeman
2001 | 102 Pages | ISBN: 0471401633 | PDF | 3 MB
Most people consider only the upside when making investment decisions or any other major financial commitment, such as buying a house. We might give a passing thought to what might go wrong, but we rarely put as much effort in calculating the downside as we do calculating the upside.Seeing Tomorrow gives valuable insights, with numerous examples, into how this "upside bias" in our mental makeup can lead us to make unwise decisions. The authors draw on modern research into behavioural economics, with some striking conclusions.To give a very simple example, anyone who saw a $10 bill lying in the street would almost certainly pick it up, but those same people would probably not complain if an unexpected fee of $10 was imposed on a house purchase costing $500,000. The financial loss or gain is exactly the same in both cases, but our actions will differ depending on the case.The value of this book lies in its clear explanations and practical examples. The authors show the reader how to calculate the Upside of a contemplated investment decision if all goes well and our Regret (downside) if things go badly wrong. They go on to show how to estimate one's tolerance for risk and apply it to Regret. The result of Upside minus Risk-Adjusted Regret tells us if the investment is worth making for us. The conclusion may be different for another person with a different tolerance for risk. This insight essentially explains why markets work at all.Even if we don't actually do all the calculations suggested by the authors when we make financial decisions, we can still benefit greatly by giving some attention to the possible downside and how we would feel if the investment failed.Of course, the potential Regret in buying this book is that it, like most of the genre, cause unrealistic expectations of certainty in investing - at last we have the magic tool that will ensure our success!The book discusses mathematical concepts that may turn off some readers. The arguments are not always easy to follow.

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The Role of the Nucleus of the Solitary Tract in Gustatory Processing


The Role of the Nucleus of the Solitary Tract in Gustatory Processing
The Role of the Nucleus of the Solitary Tract in Gustatory Processing By Robert M. Bradley
2007 | 182 Pages | ISBN: 0849342007 | PDF | 8 MB
Providing an essential brainstem relay for three cranial nerves, the NST coordinates highly complex sensory information. While other functions of the NST have received attention, its role in gustatory processing has received little. The first reference devoted exclusively to gustatory processing, The Role of the Nucleus of the Solitary Tract in Gustatory Processing offers an in-depth review of one of the most important central relay stations in the brain. Combining widely dispersed research into a comprehensive single volume, it presents a thorough historical background, documents the anatomy of the rostral nucleus of the solitary tract (rNST), and explores the properties of synaptic transmitters and neurons within that tract. The book examines the role of reflex activities and considers factors that influence how gustatory rNST neurons respond to taste stimuli. It describes the development and maturational changes the rNST undergoes and considers the challenge involved with identifying rNST neural circuits. The Role of the Nucleus of the Solitary Tract in Gustatory Processing brings together expert investigators who have contributed substantially to the current knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, and developmental biology of the solitary nucleus. This pertinent work serves as a standard reference for those involved in the field, providing ready access to past investigations and inviting practitioners to create new approaches that will advance knowledge about the central processing of gustatory information.

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The Resurgence of Central Asia Islam or Nationalism


The Resurgence of Central Asia Islam or Nationalism
The Resurgence of Central Asia: Islam or Nationalism? By Ahmed Rashid
1995 | 290 Pages | ISBN: 1856491323 | PDF | 13 MB
Kazakhstan, Kirgystan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan have all become independent states in central Asia, following the break-up of the USSR. All have Muslim majorities and ancient histories, but are otherwise very different. This book provides an introduction to the region. Rashid gives a history of each country, including its incorporation into Tsarist Russia to the present day. He provides basic socio-economic information and explains the diverse political situations. He focuses primarily on the underlying issues confronting these societies: the legacy of Soviet rule; ethnic tensions; the position of women; the future of Islam; the question of nuclear proliferation; and the fundamental choices over economic strategy, political system and external orientation which lie ahead.

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The Regulated Economy A Historical Approach to Political Economy


The Regulated Economy A Historical Approach to Political Economy
The Regulated Economy: A Historical Approach to Political Economy by Claudia Goldin and Gary D. Libecap
English | pages: 320 | 1994 | ISBN: 0226301109 | PDF | 4,7 mb
The Regulated Economy examines how constituent groups emerged and demanded government action to solve perceived economic problems, such as exorbitant railroad and utility rates, bank failure, falling agricultural prices, the immigration of low-skilled workers, workplace injury, and the financing of government.

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The Power of Accounting What the Numbers Mean and How to Use Them


The Power of Accounting What the Numbers Mean and How to Use Them
Lawrence D. Lewis, "The Power of Accounting: What the Numbers Mean and How to Use Them"
English | ISBN: 0415884314 | 2012 | 264 pages | PDF | 4 MB
The Power of Accounting: What the Numbers Mean and How to Use Them provides a highly readable text for non-financial managers. It explores accounting's uses and limitations in the management process. The text is intended for users of accounting information as opposed to preparers. It focuses on aiding the reader in understanding what accounting numbers mean, what they do not mean, when and how they can be used for decision making and planning and when they cannot.

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The Politics of Translation in International Relations


The Politics of Translation in International Relations
The Politics of Translation in International Relations
by Zeynep Gulsah Capan

English | 2021 | ISBN: 3030568857 | 265 Pages | PDF | 5 MB

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The Philosophy of Eating


The Philosophy of Eating
The Philosophy of Eating (The American Antiquarian Cookbook Collection) by Albert Bellows
English | October 15, 2013 | ISBN: 1449455123 | PDF | 438 pages | 53 MB
In this fascinating volume, which contains material from his second book, How Not to Be Sick, Bellows presents the argument that science has supplied practical treatises on agriculture and horticulture so that every intelligent farmer or gardener can cultivate his fruits, vegetables, and grains to supply high nutritional content in foods. But the general public is ignorant of the laws of nature and which foods will supply the correct ingredients for a healthy body and to prevent illness. He asserts that people give their pigs the food that children need to develop muscle and brain, and they give their children what pigs need to develop fat.

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