OpenLibra | Más recientes http://www.etnassoft.com/olrss/all/newest/num_items=10/ La Biblioteca Libre Online es-ES OpenLibra 15 http://www.etnassoft.com/wp-content/themes/etnassoft/images/layout/openlibra_logo.png OpenLibra | Más recientes http://www.etnassoft.com/olrss/all/newest/num_items=10/ <![CDATA[Introduction to Combinatorics and Graph Theory]]>Book Cover
Titulo: Introduction to Combinatorics and Graph Theory
Autor: David Guichard
Publicacion: 2014
Editorial: Autoedición
Num. Paginas: 123
Tamano: 869 Kbs (zip)
Idioma: Inglés

Categorias: Ciencia, Matemáticas
Etiquetas: Ciencia, Combinatoria, Grafos, Matemáticas

Combinatorics is a branch of mathematics concerning the study of finite or countable discrete structures. Aspects of combinatorics include counting the structures of a given kind and size (enumerative combinatorics), deciding when certain criteria can be met, and constructing and analyzing objects meeting the criteria (as in combinatorial designs and matroid theory), finding "largest", "smallest", or "optimal" objects (extremal combinatorics and combinatorial optimization), and studying combinatorial structures arising in an algebraic context, or applying algebraic techniques to combinatorial problems (algebraic combinatorics). Graph theory is the study of graphs, which are mathematical structures used to model pairwise relations between objects. A "graph" in this context is made up of "vertices" or "nodes" and lines called edges that connect them. A graph may be undirected, meaning that there is no distinction between the two vertices associated with each edge, or its edges may be directed from one vertex to another; see graph (mathematics) for more detailed definitions and for other variations in the types of graph that are commonly considered. Graphs are one of the prime objects of study in discrete mathematics. Contents: Fundamentals Inclusion-Exclusion Generating Functions Systems of Distinct Representatives Graph Theory Polya-Redfield Counting

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<![CDATA[Basic Geometry Concepts]]>Book Cover
Titulo: Basic Geometry Concepts
Autor: Varios
Publicacion: 2014
Editorial: CK-12
Num. Paginas: 723
Tamano: 48.50 Mbs (zip)
Idioma: Inglés

Categorias: Ciencia, Matemáticas
Etiquetas: área, Ciencia, Geometría, Matemáticas, Polígonos, Superficie, Triángulos

Table of Contents: Basics of Geometry Reasoning and Proof Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Triangles and Congruence Triangle Relationships Polygons and Quadrilaterals Similarity Right Triangle Trigonometry Circles Perimeter and Area Surface Area and Volume Rigid Transformations

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<![CDATA[La Teoría del Grado en R]]>Book Cover
Titulo: La Teoría del Grado en R
Autor: Jesús Pérez Sánchez
Publicacion: 2008
Editorial: Universidad de Los Andes
Num. Paginas: 61
Tamano: 533 Kbs (zip)
Idioma: Español

Categorias: Ciencia, Matemáticas
Etiquetas: Ciencia, Matemáticas, R, Teoremas

En la presente monografía sobre la "La teoría del Grado en Rn", encontramos aplicaciones de la misma, para resolver algunos ejercicios y obtener demostraciones elegantes y simples de conocidos teoremas, como el Teorema del punto fijo de Brouwer, el teorema del puerco espín, el teorema de la esfera cabelluda, entre otros... En resumen, estas breves notas fueron en parte, hechas con la intención de aclarar, para mí mismo, muchos puntos de la teoría, la cual me atrajo desde un principio, por su belleza y utilidad.

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<![CDATA[Physics Concepts Intermediate]]>Book Cover
Titulo: Physics Concepts Intermediate
Autor: Richard Parsons
Publicacion: 2014
Editorial: CK-12
Num. Paginas: 438
Tamano: 39.44 Mbs (zip)
Idioma: Inglés

Categorias: Ciencia, Física
Etiquetas: Astrofísica, Ciencia, Cinética, Difracción, Electricidad, Energía, Física, Fuerzas, Gravedad, Luz, Magnetismo, óptica, Relatividad, Vectores

Table of Contents Introduction to Physics Motion in a Straight Line Forces Vectors Motion in Two Dimensions Universal Gravitation Momentum Work, Power, and Simple Machines Energy Thermal Energy The Fluid States Waves and Energy Transfer Light Geometric Optics Diffraction and Interference of Light Static Electricity Electric Fields Current Electricity Electrical Circuits Magnetic Fields Electromagnetic Induction The Nucleus The Atom Astrophysics Relativity

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<![CDATA[Manual de acceso a la información pública]]>Book Cover
Titulo: Manual de acceso a la información pública
Autor: Varios
Publicacion: 2014
Editorial: UNESCO
Num. Paginas: 24
Tamano: 739 Kbs (zip)
Idioma: Español

Categorias: Información, Periodismo
Etiquetas: Acceso, Información, Organismos públicos, Periodismo

La información es la materia prima de la democracia. Esta herramienta producida por la gestión pública sirve para conocer las reglas, nuestros derechos y deberes dentro de la sociedad. Además, es un insumo para la toma de decisiones como ciudadanos y para ejercer control sobre los asuntos que interesan a todos. Sin esta, sería imposible evaluar el cumplimiento de políticas estatales o la buena gestión de las instituciones a cargo de ellas. Necesitamos información en todo momento, tanto en situaciones normales como anormales. Por ejemplo, de poco nos sirve saber que existe una ofiina de atención de emergencias si en el momento de un desastre natural no disponemos de información sobre zonas riesgosas, puntos de atención o entrega de medicamentos. Igualmente, de nada sirve que los gobiernos prometan ser transparente en las fianzas estatales si no tenemos la posibilidad de saber exactamente en qué gasta los fondos públicos.

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<![CDATA[Probability and Statistics: concept collection]]>Book Cover
Titulo: Probability and Statistics: concept collection
Autor: Larame Spence
Publicacion: 2014
Editorial: CK-12
Num. Paginas: 532
Tamano: 8.14 Mbs (zip)
Idioma: Inglés

Categorias: Ciencia, Matemáticas
Etiquetas: Ciencia, Combinatoria, Datos, Distribución, Estadística, Matemáticas, Permutaciones, Probabilidad, Regresión

This book is an introduction to the real-world applications of probability and statistics. Examples include: insurance companies, sports figures, computer gamers, small business owners, and meteorologists. Table of Contents: Why Study Statistics and Probability Collecting Data for Study: Sampling Common Types of Samples Evaluating and Displaying Data Central Tendency Probability Probability Distribution Combinations and Permutations The Normal Distribution Predicting and Testing Linear Regression and Chi-Squared Reasoning

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<![CDATA[Internet Privacy and Freedom of Expression]]>Book Cover
Titulo: Internet Privacy and Freedom of Expression
Autor: Varios
Publicacion: 2012
Editorial: UNESCO
Num. Paginas: 144
Tamano: 1.53 Mbs (zip)
Idioma: Inglés

Categorias: Aspectos Legales
Etiquetas: Internet, Privacidad, Protección de datos, Textos legales

The need for privacy is deep-rooted in human beings. In its essential form, privacy is based on the notion of personal integrity and dignity. However, this is also hard to define with any agreed precision – in different contexts it embraces the right to freedom of thought and conscience, the right to be alone, the right to control one’s own body, the right to protect your reputation, the right to a family life, the right to a sexuality of your own definition. In addition these meanings vary from context to context. Despite its ubiquity there is no one definition of privacy that is universally understood in the same way. Privacy in the modern world has two dimensions – firstly, issues to do with the identity of a person and secondly, the way their personal information is handled. Understandings of privacy have long been shaped by available technologies. At the most obvious level privacy involves restricting invasions of physical space, and the protection of home and personal possessions, which is why early privacy protections focused upon the inviolability of the home and family life. Concerns about controlling what information is known about a person came with communication technologies. Concerns about the erosion of privacy are not new – in fact, it might be argued they are feature of the twentieth century. Warren and Brandeis’ seminal paper on “The Right to Privacy” in 1890, drafted at a time when newspapers were printing pictures of people for the fist time, defied the right as the “right to be left alone”. Their definition – driven by an emerging technology as is often the case with privacy – was concerned with protecting the “inviolate personality” and encompassing such values as individual dignity, personal autonomy and independence.1 The growth of modern mass media and the advertising industry’s focus on understanding consumers’ wants led Myron Brenton to argue that we are living in the “age of the goldfish bowl”, where private lives are made public property by the manipulation and exchange of personal data.

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<![CDATA[Sakai: Building an Open Source Community]]>Book Cover
Titulo: Sakai: Building an Open Source Community
Autor: Charles Severance
Publicacion: 2014
Editorial: Autoedición
Num. Paginas: 241
Tamano: 1.34 Mbs (zip)
Idioma: Inglés

Categorias: Programación, Software Libre
Etiquetas: Licencias libres, Open source, Programación, Sakai

Writing software that supports teaching, learning and collaboration is far more than just a job. Since teaching and learning are some of the most fundamental human activities, we all have a vested interest in teaching and learning software. Discussions about the design of teaching and learning software can evoke passions from virtually everyone involved in the process. Passions run high and the stakes are high. On most college campuses, the software to support teaching and learning (Blackboard, Moodle, Sakai, etc.) is used more often than any other campus software. Student and teacher lives revolve around the software. A significant outage of a course management system in the last few weeks of class is likely to produce howls of anger from students, teachers, and administrators alike. Building an open source product and community around the Sakai Learning Management System was far from a mere technical activity. This book is about that journey of making open source software and deriving and changing the rules as to how we would make that software as we went along. It is about software developers, managers, designers, and end users all dropped into a crucible and put under pressure to make something great and do so in record time.

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<![CDATA[Algebra II with Trigonometry]]>Book Cover
Titulo: Algebra II with Trigonometry
Autor: Lori Jordan & Kate Dirga
Publicacion: 2014
Editorial: CK-12
Num. Paginas: 865
Tamano: 28.92 Mbs (zip)
Idioma: Inglés

Categorias: Ciencia, Matemáticas
Etiquetas: álgebra, Ciencia, Ecuaciones lineales, Ecucaciones, Funciones, Logaritmos, Matemáticas, Matrices, Polinomios, Probabilidad, Trigonometría

Table of Contents: Equations and Inequalities Linear Equations and Functions Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities Matrices Quadratic Functions Polynomial Functions Roots, Radicals and Function Operations Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Rational Functions Conic Sections Sequences and Series Introduction to Probability Trigonometric Ratios Trigonometric Functions and Identities

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<![CDATA[Algebra I Concepts]]>Book Cover
Titulo: Algebra I Concepts
Autor: Varios
Publicacion: 2014
Editorial: CK-12
Num. Paginas: 931
Tamano: 16.01 Mbs (zip)
Idioma: Inglés

Categorias: Ciencia, Matemáticas
Etiquetas: álgebra, Ciencia, Ecuaciones, Ecuaciones lineales, Estadística, Funciones, Geometría, Matemáticas, Números, Polinomios, Probabilidad

Table of Contents: Equations and Functions Real Numbers Equations of Lines Graphs of Equations and Functions Writing Linear Equations Linear Inequalities Solving Systems of Equations and Inequalities Exponential Functions Polynomials Quadratic Equations and Quadratic Functions Algebra and Geometry Connections Rational Equations and Functions Probability and Statistics

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