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Features the best practices in the art and science of constructing software--topics include design, applying good techniques to construction, eliminating errors, planning, managing construction activities, and relating personal character to superior software. Original. (Intermediate)
Kerievsky lays the foundation for maximizing the use of design patterns by helping the reader view them in the context of refactorings. He ties together two of the most popular methods in software engineering today--refactoring and design patterns--as he helps the experienced developer create more robust software.
A washing machine that gauges each load to determine how much soap to use An air conditioner that constantly adjusts cooling strength based on room temperature These "smart" products are possible with the advent of "fuzzy logic, " the principle that's revolutionizing science. Now, its chief proponent presents a brilliant, popular account of the field called the "new chaos.".
J. C. Beall, Bas C. Van Fraassen
"The book opens up topics to debate, suitable for an intermediate course in logic. Each chapter contains innovative features that guide us through the subject: exercises to give students hands-on experience, examples to demonstrate the application of concepts, and lists of further reading."--Jacket.