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February
Computer Organization & Design: The Hardware/Software Interface - David A. Patterson, John L. HennessyThe performance of software systems is dramatically affected by how well software designers understand the basic hardware technologies at work in a system. Similarly, hardware designers must understand the far-reaching effects their design decisions have on software applications. For readers in either category, this classic introduction to the field provides a look deep into the computer. It demonstrates the relationships between the software and hardware and focuses on the foundational concepts that are the basis for current computer design.
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February
Foundations of Behavioral Research - Fred N. Kerlinger, Howard B. LeeThis text examines the fundamentals of solving a scientific research problem, focusing on the relationship between the problem and the research design. This edition includes new information about computer statistical software, multivariate statistics, research ethics, and writing research reports in APA style. This book is ideal for graduate students in that it covers statistics, research methodology, and measurement all in one volume. This is a book that graduate students will keep as a reference throughout their careers.
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February
Immunohematology: Principles and Practice - Eva D QuinleyPraised by both instructors and students for its clear, concise, and thorough presentation, Immunohematology: Principles and Practice is an ideal text for anyone who wants to master the theory and practices of today's blood banking. The Third Edition has been completely revised and updated to reflect the latest scientific findings and clinical practices. Among the new materials are chapters dedicated to information technology and project management. Each chapter features a host of learning aids—including learning objectives, key words, boxes emphasizing critical information, and review
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February
The Company of the Future: How the Communications Revolution Is Changing Management - Frances CairncrossIn The Death of Distance, veteran journalist Frances Cairncross presented a disturbingly accurate vision of how new communications technologies would change our lives. Now, she turns her incisive eye on how the Internet will forever alter the role of management and the structure of the organization. Inspired by Cairncross's acclaimed Economist survey, this book argues that we've grossly underestimated the power of the Internet to change the way companies behave. We're entering a volatile period of fundamental organizational change from which will emerge a new type of company-one that will require
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February
Apologetics For The Twenty First Century - Louis MarkosThe vibrant and persuasive arguments of C. S. Lewis brought about a shift in the discipline of apologetics, moving the conversation from the ivory tower to the public square. The resulting strain of popular apologetics—which weaves through Lewis into twentieth-century writers like Francis Schaeffer and modern apologists like William Lane Craig, Josh McDowell, and Lee Strobel—has equipped countless believers to defend their faith against its detractors. Apologetics for the Twenty-first Century uses Lewis’s work as the starting point for an absorbing survey of the key apologists and major arguments
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February
Historians' Fallacies: Toward a Logic of Historical Thought - David Hackett Fischer"If one laughs when David Hackett Fischer sits down to play, one will stay to cheer. His book must be read three times: the first in anger, the srcond in laughter, the third in respect....The wisdom is expressed with a certin ruthlessness. Scarcly a major historian escapes unscathed. Ten thousand members of the AmericanHistorical Association will rush to the index and breathe a little easier to find their names absent.