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  • Authors: Dimitri Bertsekas; Robert Gallager (1987)

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  • Authors: David Lewis (1984)

  • The artists show you how to develop your skill and ability in handling pencil technique. Ferdinand Petrie shows you how to handle pencils and produce a controlled variety of lines, values, and textures. Then he shows you exactly how to use these techniques to draw landscapes in a range of styles and compositions. Rudy De Reyna explains pencil basics, and explores perspective, size relationships, form, and structure. Douglas grave teaches you how to begin drawing portraits by building a drawing step-by-step

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  • Authors: Harry Borgman (1989)

  • This volume provides comprehensive instruction in pencil and ink techniques for beginning illustrators and commercial artists. The author, who has also written "Drawing in Ink" and "The Pen and Pencil Technique Book", thoroughly documents key materials and tools.

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  • Authors: Alpha C. Chiang (1984)

  • These mathematical methods are introduced: matrix algebra, differential and integral calculus, differential equations, difference equations, and convex sets.

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  • Authors: Anil K. Jain (1989)

  • Presents a thorough overview of the major topics of digital image processing, beginning with the basic mathematical tools needed for the subject. Includes a comprehensive chapter on stochastic models for digital image processing. Covers aspects of image representation including luminance, color, spatial and temporal properties of vision, and digitization. Explores various image processing techniques. Discusses algorithm development (software/firmware) for image transforms, enhancement, reconstruction, and image coding

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  • Authors: W.S. Fowler (1989)

  • The aim of this book is to enable students to do any writing tasks required of them from intermediate to upper intermediate level, including Cambridge First Certicate. Models are provided to ensure students not only practice the necessary language but that they also develop an appreciation of how to organize ideas and information. * The graded syllabus covers the following writing activities: letters ( formal and informal), narrative, description, discussion, guided writing, speeches, descriptive narrative, summary, reports and reviews. * The writing activities are recycled,which allows individual tasks, such as letter writing, to be selected and practiced. * An appendix containing a unit-by-unit reference section provides information on particular writing conventions and highlights...

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  • Authors: A. V. Bitsadze (1980)

  • The present book consists of an introduction and six chapters. The introduction discusses basic notions and definitions of the traditional course of mathematical physics and also mathematical models of some phenomena in physics and engineering