自定义博客皮肤VIP专享

*博客头图:

格式为PNG、JPG,宽度*高度大于1920*100像素,不超过2MB,主视觉建议放在右侧,请参照线上博客头图

请上传大于1920*100像素的图片!

博客底图:

图片格式为PNG、JPG,不超过1MB,可上下左右平铺至整个背景

栏目图:

图片格式为PNG、JPG,图片宽度*高度为300*38像素,不超过0.5MB

主标题颜色:

RGB颜色,例如:#AFAFAF

Hover:

RGB颜色,例如:#AFAFAF

副标题颜色:

RGB颜色,例如:#AFAFAF

自定义博客皮肤

-+
  • 博客(34)
  • 资源 (81)
  • 论坛 (156)

原创 可惜知乎没有注销账号的选项

今天看上去貌似正常了,能看到内容,提醒我因为违规,所以一天不能发言之类的。其实最近很刷了几天知乎,但是——毫无所得——哦哦,当然某人有小三的事情是从知乎知道的,这也算收获吧?既然不能注销,那就算了,退出登录就是了。...

2018-05-24 08:50:04 1569

原创 关于一些视频app

知乎的大神们在批评快手和抖音,具体的就不转述了。当然,我是下载了快手和抖音,顺便删掉了知乎app——这种没啥卵用的东西。至少快手里面的做菜的视频,还是很有趣的;抖音的搞笑视频,似乎乏味了一点儿,或者不对我的胃口。但是无论如何,比知乎推荐的那些更加乏味无聊毫无技术含量的东西,还是有趣的多。比如,李彦宏是否有小三——好吧,其实我是不关心的。比如各种收费的关于人工智能机器学习的文章,好吧,其实我是看不懂...

2018-05-23 18:11:43 146

原创 这个就让人恶心了

好吧,我发表了尖锐的东西,不合某些人的胃口,然后被禁用一天,没关系。但是干脆就屏蔽我访问知乎了?登录状态,就是正在写答案,退出登录(别问我怎么退出登录,虽然这个页面没有退出登录的地方),就一切正常?当然,我没有野心或者傻逼到去怼这么大的一个社区。但是,无论如何,我也确实没从这里学到什么(或者说多少)有价值的东西。前一段时间注册,也不外乎就是跟风,毕竟没有其他可以展现B格的地方。现在看来,我真是高估...

2018-05-23 17:57:47 142

原创 好吧,只好找个自己High的地方

最近混了几天知乎,因为说王垠的文章是辣鸡,结果被封了一天。您好,limengwei,您在问题「如何评价王垠的文章《我为什么不在乎人工智能》?」中的评论已被删除,原因是:「骚扰、辱骂、歧视等」。您的评论如下:一看大谈社会责任之类的,就把这个文章归类于:辣鸡。这是王垠文章里面的内容之一:一个伟大的公司,应该为社会创造实在的,新的价值,而不是想方设法“节省”什么劳动力开销,让人失业!想一下都觉得可怕,我...

2018-05-23 12:10:36 105

原创 前两天感冒了

竟然休息了2天半才恢复的七七八八,当然也算是趁机偷懒一把。不过毕竟岁月不饶人啊。人过中年,再也没有以前的那股子精神头了。更郁闷的是,发现竟然密码异常,只好重置了一把。其实,也没啥要紧的东西,主要还是下载积分有用啊。...

2018-04-12 15:04:07 88

原创 宽恕和同情,是上帝的事情。

最近的某女人的所谓虐狗的事情,然后狗摔死了。然后女人被人肉,然后就是各种狗血的剧情。我既不同情那个女人,也不同情那条狗,只是觉得 那个 小女孩很可怜。无论发生什么,为什么最后受伤害的,总是孩子?然而,我心中柔软的东西在默默的流逝,剩下的只是冰冷和坚硬。正如当年被而死的那个女孩。当然,有些所谓的“天生圣人”,生下来就冰冷切坚硬。可惜我努力了,依然感到心痛。

2018-01-15 17:25:29 123

原创 苹果越来越不要脸了

要不要脸,不是和禽兽比,而是和人类比。相对于某个搜索起家的公司,苹果真是臭不要脸。下架某些app,服务器移到某地,为了所谓的电池性能,让cpu变慢,必须支持他们的支付。。。。。。。。。。。这群贱货!

2017-12-22 09:54:57 234

原创 又一次被绿色了

昨天晚上打算搜一下德拉诺的副本入口(魔兽世界),然后去刷幻化和附魔材料。然后发现有个网站打开的时候,提醒我被电信什么绿色上网什么什么系统给屏蔽了。前天晚上还好好的,昨儿晚上就被绿了。电信网站上还没法取消,只好打10000号取消。1、这种服务是收费的。(分各种级别,普通版不收费。)2、这种服务我压根不需要,作为成年人,上什么网站,轮不到电信来告诉我。

2017-12-19 09:27:50 139

原创 龙空的一堆逗逼和傻逼

整天讨论三观正不正,说点儿真话就算污染版面,有用的东西一点儿没有,简直就是一群脑残聚集地。也是,限于 某个 不可描述的 地方的 局限性,产生这种脑残也是可以理解的。如果有用,哪怕是屎也会有人吃——问题是作为小众论坛,实在没啥有价值的东西,一堆充满了二次元恶臭的家伙在彼此吹捧,其中夹杂着一些菊花爱好者。大量推书的帖子,竟然找不到一本可以看的。果断从收藏

2017-12-04 16:14:34 393 1

原创 微软你就没有点儿逼数吗?

不要更新,不要更新,还是不要更新——这是我对win10的体验。首先不说卡的要死,然后一堆没用的服务,外加该死的输入法——全世界找不到中国人来给你们测试输入法吗?好吧,难道你们不会去买一个?今天更新了一个中午,然后又突然发现,一个叫做人脉的东西跳出来了。。。。。。。然后我就开始怎么黑科技卸载这个垃圾。原来win7的时候哪有这么多垃圾?现在没办法,买

2017-12-04 13:49:07 111

原创 黄泥和裤裆

俗话说的好,黄泥落在裤裆上,不是屎也被当成了屎。这种时候,明智的做法不是忙着洗裤子,而是让大家看看,这味道不一样,手感不一样,仔细看,颜色也不一样,所以不是屎。当然,也大可以直接洗了裤子,甚至就一直穿着带黄泥的裤子——反正,你们爱怎么说怎么说,老子不在乎,就算有屎,你们能怎么样?敢怎么样?这种霸气,让人忍不住就纳头便拜。其他的嘛,顺便说一下硬盘的质量,这种东西真

2017-11-30 12:02:12 339

原创 又双叒叕。。。。。。。nmb

硬盘又双叒叕坏了,坏了,坏了,坏了。监控又双叒叕坏了,坏了,坏了,坏了。第一次是悲剧,第二次是闹剧,第三次——nmb上瘾了啊?人而无信,不知其可也;不知道孔老夫子要是从棺材里跳出来,被人问一句:人不要脸,该怎么回答?

2017-11-29 09:50:37 365

原创 一蟹不如一蟹

大家都是聪明人,当然电脑是弱智。所以,关键词什么的,其实毫无用处。不仅中文可以通假,英文可以别字。然而终究躲不过人的狗眼。某个清朝的老婊子——想来大家都知道是谁,而且估计也没有太多歧义,对了,我说的是容嬷嬷——想歪了的去面壁。即使那个son of bitch的年代,还是有一种叫做小白菜的蔬菜可以存在。忍不住长叹一声,至今思嬷嬷,不肯铲白菜;而今天何在?唯有坏硬盘。

2017-11-29 09:05:37 122

原创 打击盗版的好办法

本人有纸质文档阅读困难综合症。这当然是杜撰的名字——不过大概来说,纸质的书基本上看不进去。以前没这个毛病,年纪大了反而多出来了。所以,我经常去搜pdf来下载阅读。至于正版与否,当然大家都懂得。突然发现,很多新书,不是搜不到pdf,而是搜到的pdf都是样章。这真是高明的地方——就算真的有盗版,你也搜不到。正如打击盗版的办法,就是大把上网发试用包一样。

2017-11-27 16:04:22 732

原创 我始终以为这是下限

原来,没有下限,才是下限。协程幼儿园的事情,其实没多大——这年头压力大,老师也不是圣人。没有监督的情况下,任何人都可也变成禽兽。然而。。。。。。。。某三原色的 ,才是真正的刷新了我的底线。我大抵懒得写东西,传播开了,我危险。不传播,写了干嘛?然而。。。。。。。。我只想说,这盛世,操你妈逼的!

2017-11-24 15:54:09 150

原创 人生最不爽的事情

莫过于你在看悬疑侦探剧,眼看就最后一集,要知道凶手是谁了——结果人家剧组发了个声明,说由于各种不可描述的原因,最后一集不拍了。wqnmlgb的。产妇坠落事件也是这样,以污蔑开头,以水军高潮,眼看各种细节都逐步明晰,要抓住凶手了,然后大家坐在一起吃个饭,说算了,人死了就死了,罚酒三杯。wqnmlgb的。没有黑幕你为什么要遮掩?没有黑幕你为什么要背后和解

2017-09-13 11:03:01 186

原创 艹你妈的阿三

wow,阿古斯地形,第一次看到这么恶心的,我本来以为破碎群岛够恶心了,阿古斯更恶心,而且还是无尽的世界任务。刚才直接卡死在一个地方出不来了。艹你妈的阿三,你赢了,老子不玩儿了还不成?!

2017-09-11 21:05:51 165

原创 呵呵,作为一个胖子做不到的事情,作为一个产妇能做到

窗台其实不高,只是据说到产妇的胸口部位。要我爬上这样的窗台,还真是有难度。现在和解了,当然一切真相就。。。。。。然而,虽然,诅咒是最无力的抗争,我依然要诅咒。。。。。。。。天街踏尽公卿骨,只是不知道有多少医生和护士也有这样的荣幸。当然更少不了水军的骨骸。

2017-09-11 14:04:45 195

原创 我为什么要禁止回复,以及呵呵呵呵呵

首先不想吵架,这里只是个个人的记录。并不打算推广或者说服任何人。其次,产妇跳楼事件果然又双叒叕和解了,然而禁止家属接受媒体访问。既然你们不肯不让不允许公布真相,就不要怪我们脑洞大开了——而且,显然是黑暗向的脑洞。不过也是,如果你有理,为啥不让别人说话?当然,最后,我又一次呵呵呵呵呵呵,大抵以后的博客,主要都是呵呵呵呵呵,其实,我真的想呵呵呵呵呵呵,然而现实就是呵

2017-09-11 09:02:33 194

原创 我绝不相信一个马上就要生孩子的产妇会跳楼

我不相信。真相其实并不重要——重要也白搭——因为这东西压根就得不到。作者:鲁迅惯于长夜过春时,挈妇将雏鬓有丝。梦里依稀慈母泪,城头变幻大王旗。忍看朋辈成新鬼,怒向刀丛觅小诗。吟罢低眉无写处,月光如水照缁衣。

2017-09-08 17:44:21 157

原创 复杂的表象后面,往往原因很简单

这就是混沌原理。某产妇跳楼了——当然恕我愚笨,这是我知道的历史上的第一件。据说某护士去拉,没拉住。当然,作为一个IT宅男,我不确定自己是否能利索的翻上那个窗台——更何况再揣着一个枕头。然后,21分钟时间里,没人下去看看,没人去抢救。我很想说点儿什么,但是考虑到。。。。。。。所以只好我以前始终不知道什么叫做道路以目,现在知道了。

2017-09-08 16:33:21 180

转载 陕西榆林官方公布产妇坠楼事件初步调查结果

http://club.kdnet.net/dispbbs.asp?id=12404470&boardid=1[转帖]陕西公布产妇坠楼事件初步结果14752 次点击97 个回复陈涉世佳 于 2017/9/8 0:40:02 发布在凯迪社区 > 猫眼看人    西部网榆林讯 (记者 马广浩)今天(9月7日)晚上,榆林市卫计局就“产妇马某某在榆林市第一医

2017-09-08 09:15:01 529 1

原创 逆转?不会

产妇跳楼事件似乎是逆转了,那些很可疑的家伙泼在家属身上的污水,也似乎是荡然无存了,现在除了死硬派之外,很少了几个依然污蔑家属的言论。然而,最后会怎么样呢?大抵就是医院赔钱,医生象征性的处罚一下,仅此而已,仅此而已!我没生过孩子——虽然科技发达了,不过我作为男人,没体验过生孩子这种高科技。所以,不知道孕妇在孩子出生前一刻会跳楼。虽然。。。。。。。感谢榆

2017-09-08 08:58:36 108

原创 又一次

我很想写一部20年目睹之怪现状。不过考虑到我糟糕的文笔,以及其他不可描述的各种可能的问题,还是作罢了。当然,其实是为自己的懒惰做辩护,毕竟,如果未来和现在一样,那么写不写没有意义;如果未来和现在不一样,那么写来也不过是徒增笑料罢了。某地产妇跳楼,只不过。。。。。。。又一次说明,屁股是比大脑更有智慧的部位,屁股决定了人性。这里的屁股,就是立场咯——站在哪个利益圈里面,站在

2017-09-07 13:54:11 177

原创 一种窒息的感觉

你知道,但是你却又不知道。然而事实上你知道。绕口令?是的。在你所能感知的互联网上不存在的东西,那么它就是不存在。唯心主义?是的。突然发现,原来。。。。。。知道,也是一种 奢望。以前,我始终认为,翻译的最高境界是:信、达、雅。现在我知道了,翻译的最高境界,就是我明明知道你懂外语,依然可以赤裸裸的用一个明确的 篡改的词汇,来强奸你。

2017-09-05 10:02:17 154

原创 上海 某职业 抱摔

有人总喜欢拿某个看上去很美的国家做例子,比如人家怎么样怎么样,人家怎么样怎么样。然而总是忽视人家的条件。我始终认为,这个世界上,有两种人,是不能殴打的:孕妇和儿童。何似在人间,就像在人间一样,可惜不是。记大过,好可怕的处罚。原来以为,上海也算文明社会的一部分,其实我错了。另外,某地收费站,似乎。。。。。。。然而百度搜不到。

2017-09-04 14:50:26 286

原创 大葱 剧毒 这批大葱检出剧毒农药!原计划运往全国,100多只羊吃葱叶死亡

http://news.ifeng.com/a/20170831/51824001_0.shtml我不知道该说什么,大抵不外乎就是骂人,或者骂某些所谓的我们请的仆人。然而,最后我还是恶狠狠的瞪了一眼显示器,表示我各种不满。感谢上帝,毕竟我的笔记本的摄像头没有打开,不会有其他人看见,至少不会有某个叫老大哥的看见。

2017-09-01 10:08:59 300

原创 悲剧,闹剧

历史总会重演,第一次是悲剧,第二次是闹剧。某个盛产大米的国家,乱世佳人不播了,然后大家就嚎啕了。出于某些正确的原因,现在某种基因与众不同的智慧生物们在争取自己的权利。南非的盛况,让我们不禁怀疑,我们做的,究竟是对的,还是错的?或者,真的存在种族差异?然而大抵只是记录一下。或许我该放上一粒沙子?

2017-08-30 08:43:09 167

原创 留言以及其他

很久很久没上微博了,一则是广告太多,各种插入,年纪大了,对这些新的插入烦了。二则是没什么可写的,大抵不过是悲剧喜剧或者,正如现在一样的闹剧。三则也没什么可写的,与其写了什么被封掉,索性还是不写也罢。最后其实的确没什么可写的,写什么呢?舔痔没这个爱好,发牢骚又不合时宜。

2017-08-25 14:40:29 144

原创 v2ex access deny?

前几天注册的,只是某次搜索的时候看到关于某 云提供商的讨论,所以顺便注册了一个。昨天回了个关于restful后台用什么语言的帖子,今天看到有人回复,回第二个回复的时候,突然就ad了。简直不知所云,没有错误提示,不允许进入账号,好吧,直接从收藏夹里删除。

2017-08-23 09:08:55 651 1

原创 随便做做

不过

2009-03-25 14:57:00 250

原创 图片

2009-03-25 13:17:00 147

原创 图片2

图片2

2009-03-24 09:13:00 167

原创 just for pic

 pic

2009-03-20 15:57:00 221

The Practical Guide to Become a Hacker pdf(英文版)

THIS BOOK IS DIFFERENT FROM THE OTHERS. CRITICAL POINT: Don't trust Only Theoretical Manuals that don't let you do any Practical Exercises: Practical Exercises are Essential! FIRST POINT: This is a Practical Guide. Step by Step. Not only Theory but You can do the Exercises and really understand the Ethical Hacking. SECOND POINT: There are Dozens of Screenshots and Images that allow you to understand, step by step, what you are doing. THIRD POINT: The Author of the book, Jim Kou, has Twenty Years of experience in the CyberSecurity and Ethical Hacking subjects. FOURTH POINT: The only way to become a Penetration Tester is through Experience and Practical Exercises. FIFTH POINT: In this Manual, we'll start with the Basics. 2019 UPDATED! You will learn: CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO ETHICAL HACKING In this chapter, I will try to explain to you how an ethical hacker works, what are his goals and the working method you should follow to become one. CHAPTER 2: THE LABORATORY The first task is to build our own laboratory. CHAPTER 3: LINUX COMMANDS These are the most common commands that you will probably use for your routine tasks. CHAPTER 4: MIND MAPS During your work as a penetration tester, you will collect a great deal of information that needs to be organized efficiently. CHAPTER 5: NETWORK THEORY This chapter aims to give you an overview of the main services and network protocols. CHAPTER 6: CORPORATE NETWORKS Having a good understanding of most network devices and their functions will help you carry out a penetration test in a much more accurate and effective way. CHAPTER 7: INFORMATION GATHERING Gathering information means investigating, analyzing, and studying everything related to our target. CHAPTER 8: NETWORK SCANNING What exactly do I mean with “scanning”? Each of these IP addresses will expose a certain service/port to the outside world. CHAPTER 9: BANNER GRABBING Now it's time to identify what type of service is running on a specific port. CHAPTER 10: ENUMERATION It consists in exploiting the characteristics of a certain service in order to obtain as much information as possible. CHAPTER 11: VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT Now it's time to look for any vulnerabilities and we will use specific tools to carry out this activity. CHAPTER 12: EXPLOITATION Exploitation is meant to confirm if we can access our target machine from a given vulnerability. CHAPTER 13: POST-EXPLOITATION Now that the host has been compromised, we need to look into all the activities that we should carry out after the exploitation CHAPTER 14: THE FINAL REPORT

2019-08-20

Vue.js_ 11 Practical Projects.pdf

注意,是英文版,不是入门书籍。 This book contains a selection of 11 practical projects covering different aspects of working with Vue. It contains: 1. Build a Basic CRUD App with Vue.js, Node and MongoDB by James Hibbard 2. Creating Beautiful Charts Using Vue.js Wrappers for Chart.js by Yomi Eluwande 3. Build a Real-time Chat App with Pusher and Vue.js by Michael Wanyoike 4. Building a Vue Front End for a Headless CMS by Michael Wanyoike 5. How to Build a Chrome Extension with Vue by James Hibbard 6. Build Your Own Link-sharing Site with Nuxt.js and vue-kindergarten by Nilson Jacques 7. An Introduction to Data Visualization with Vue and D3.js by Christopher Vundi 8. How to Build a Reusable Component with Vue by Deji Atoyebi 9. How to Build a Game with Vue.js by Ivaylo Gerchev 10. Build a Shopping List App with Vue, Vuex and Bootstrap Vue by Michael Wanyoike 11. How to Develop and Test Vue Components with Storybook by Ivaylo Gerchev

2019-08-16

Learning.Groovy.3.Java-Based.Dynamic.Scripting.2nd.Edition (英文版pdf)

Start building powerful apps that take advantage of the dynamic scripting capabilities of the Groovy language, including what's new in Groovy version 3.0. This book covers Groovy fundamentals, such as installing Groovy, using Groovy tools, and working with the Groovy Development Kit (GDK). You'll also learn more advanced aspects of Groovy, such as using Groovy design patterns, writing DSLs in Groovy, and taking advantage of Groovy's functional programming features. Also, Learning Groovy 3 has been updated to Groovy 3.0 to include the new Parrot parser which was extended to support additional syntax options and language features. It also includes coverage of Groovydoc, which allows you to embed Groovydoc comments in various ways. And, this book covers how Groovy supports Java type annotations and more. There is more to Groovy than the core language, so Learning Groovy 3, Second Edition covers the extended Groovy ecosystem. You'll see how to harness Gradle (Groovy's build system), Grails (Groovy's web application framework), Spock (Groovy's testing framework), and Ratpack (Groovy's reactive web library). What You Will Learn Grasp Groovy fundamentals, including the GDK Master advanced Groovy, such as writing Groovy DSLs Discover functional programming in Groovy Work with GPars, the built-in concurrency library Use Gradle, the build system Master Grails, the web application framework Work with Spock, the testing framework Harness Ratpack, the reactive web library Who This Book Is For Those with a Java background, though anyone with basic programming skills can benefit from it. This book is a data-filled, yet easy-to-digest tour of the Groovy language and ecosystem.

2019-07-26

Python by Example Learning to Program in 150 Challenges.pdf

1、英文版。2、入门级(至少我觉得是)。 Python is today's fastest growing programming language. This engaging and refreshingly different guide breaks down the skills into clear step-by-step chunks and explains the theory using brief easy-to-understand language. Rather than bamboozling readers with pages of mind-numbing technical jargon, this book includes 150 practical challenges, putting the power in the reader's hands. Through creating programs to solve these challenges the reader will quickly progress from mastering the basics to confidently using subroutines, a graphical user interface, and linking to external text, csv and SQL files. This book is perfect for anyone who wants to learn how to program with Python. In particular, students starting out in computer science and teachers who want to improve their confidence in Python will find here a set of ready-made challenges for classroom use.

2019-06-18

Essential.Algorithms.2nd.Edition.1119575990.pdf

英文版,python和C#实现代码。 The revised and updated second edition of Essential Algorithms, offers an accessible introduction to computer algorithms. The book contains a description of important classical algorithms and explains when each is appropriate. The author shows how to analyze algorithms in order to understand their behavior and teaches techniques that the can be used to create new algorithms to meet future needs. The text includes useful algorithms such as: methods for manipulating common data structures, advanced data structures, network algorithms, and numerical algorithms. It also offers a variety of general problem-solving techniques.

2019-05-21

Complete iOS 12 Development Guide.pdf

Learn to create professional-grade iOS applications for the App Store using the latest iOS 12 features and other helpful tools Key Features Explore the distinctive design principles that define the iOS user experience Train and use machine learning models with Core ML 2 and Create ML Delve into advanced animations with UIViewPropertyAnimator and UIKitDynamics Book Description With Apple users spending more money in the App Store, there are plenty of development opportunities for professional iOS developers. This Learning Path is a direct route to iOS development, which will take you through the basics and help you put principles into practice. For experienced programmers, this book will help you gain insights into the latest iOS 12 features. This book is also useful for beginners who want to gain expertise in iOS development. You'll start with an introduction to iOS development, Xcode, and Swift. To give your app the edge, you'll get up to speed with advanced iOS topics, such as gestures and animations. Next, you will understand the latest Swift 4.2 and iOS 12 developments by incorporating new features, such as the latest in notifications, custom-UI notifications, maps, and recent additions in SiriKit. With these tools, you'll be able to write efficient, readable, and maintainable Swift code that maintains industry best practices. By the end of the book, you will have the confidence to build iOS 12 applications that harness advanced techniques and make the best use of the latest features.

2019-05-09

大数据百科全书Encyclopedia of Big Data Technologies

The Encyclopedia of Big Data Technologies provides researchers, educators, students and industry professionals with a comprehensive authority over the most relevant Big Data Technology concepts. With over 300 articles written by worldwide subject matter experts from both industry and academia, the encyclopedia covers topics such as big data storage systems, NoSQL database, cloud computing, distributed systems, data processing, data management, machine learning and social technologies, data science. Each peer-reviewed, highly structured entry provides the reader with basic terminology, subject overviews, key research results, application examples, future directions, cross references and a bibliography. The entries are expository and tutorial, making this reference a practical resource for students, academics, or professionals. In addition, the distinguished, international editorial board of the encyclopedia consists of well-respected scholars, each developing topics based upon their expertise.

2019-04-16

Csharp.in.Depth.4th.Edition

英文版。 C# in Depth, Fourth Edition is your key to unlocking the powerful new features added to the language in C# 5, 6, and 7. Following the expert guidance of C# legend Jon Skeet, you'll master asynchronous functions, expression-bodied members, interpolated strings, tuples, and much more.

2019-04-09

2018 黑马(java)面试宝典 beta 5

其实有其他人上传过这个资料,但是pdf是加密的。我只是把它解密了而已。初级教程类型吧。没有spring boot和spring cloud。

2018-12-20

spring cloud 文档 pdf 英文版

spring cloud最新英文文档。官网有html版本。我只是把它们打印成pdf版本。

2018-12-15

pro spring boot 2 第二版英文版

英文版。 Quickly and productively develop complex Spring applications and microservices out of the box, with minimal concern over things like configurations. This revised book will show you how to fully leverage the Spring Boot 2 technology and how to apply it to create enterprise ready applications that just work. It will also cover what's been added to the new Spring Boot 2 release, including Spring Framework 5 features like WebFlux, Security, Actuator and the new way to expose Metrics through Micrometer framework, and more. This book is your authoritative hands-on practical guide for increasing your enterprise Java and cloud application productivity while decreasing development time. It's a no nonsense guide with case studies of increasing complexity throughout the book. The author, a senior solutions architect and Principal Technical instructor with Pivotal, the company behind the Spring Framework, shares his experience, insights and first-hand knowledge about how Spring Boot technology works and best practices. Pro Spring Boot 2 is an essential book for your Spring learning and reference library.

2018-12-14

spring boot jwt Interceptor 例子

spring boot jwt 和 interceptor的例子。 其中jwt的例子网上有很多,但是都是要数据库支持,这个只是用假数据模拟,不需要数据库支持。另外还有一个拦截器的简单例子。已经在sts 4 测试通过。

2018-12-11

Learning React: A Hands-On Guide 2nd Edition

Learning React A hands-on guide to building web applications using React and Redux As far as new web frameworks and libraries go, React is quite the runaway success. It not only deals with the most common problems developers face when building complex apps, it throws in a few additional tricks that make building the visuals for such apps much, much easier. What React isn’t, though, is beginner-friendly and approachable. Until now. In Learning React , author Kirupa Chinnathambi brings his fresh, clear, and very personable writing style to help web developers new to React understand its fundamentals and how to use it to build really performant (and awesome) apps. The only book on the market that helps you get your first React app up and running in just minutes, Learning React is chock-full of colorful illustrations to help you visualize difficult concepts and practical step-by-step examples to show you how to apply what you learn. Build your first React app Create components to define parts of your UI Combine components into other components to build more complex UIs Use JSX to specify visuals without writing full-fledged JavaScript Deal with maintaining state Work with React’s way of styling content Make sense of the mysterious component lifecycle Build multi-page apps using routing and views Optimize your React workflow using tools such as Node, Babel, webpack, and others Use Redux to make managing your app data and state easy Table of Contents Chapter 1 Introducing React Chapter 2 Building Your First React App Chapter 3 Components In React Chapter 4 Styling In React Chapter 5 Creating Complex Components Chapter 6 Transferring Properties Chapter 7 Meet Jsx…Again! Chapter 8 Dealing With State In React Chapter 9 Going From Data To Ui In React Chapter 10 Events In React Chapter 11 The Component Lifecycle Chapter 12 Accessing Dom Elements In React Chapter 13 Setting Up Your React Dev Environment Easily Chapter 14 Working With External Data In React Chapter 15 Building An Awesome Todo List App In React Chapter 16 Creating A Sliding Menu In React Chapter 17 Avoiding Unnecessary Renders In React Chapter 18 Creating A Single-Page App In React Using React Router Chapter 19 Introduction To Redux Chapter 20 Using Redux With React

2018-09-17

React 16 Tooling

React 16 Tooling covers in detail the most important tools, utilities, and libraries that every React developer needs to know. About This Book * Each chapter presents meta-development solutions to help React developers. * The tools used are presented in a practical, solution-oriented approach with no fluff. * The chapters are arranged in a logical order that mirrors a typical React development workflow, but the reader is free to tweak the approaches discussed to fit their own unique style Who This Book Is For This book is targeted at React developers of any skill level who want to make their lives easier. It will help to have some familiarity with React, but if you are an experienced web developer looking at React, then this book will show you how to build a resilient toolset around you before you begin. What You Will Learn * How to bootstrap React application development using create-react-app * How to isolate React component development using Storybook * How to write effective unit tests for your React components using Jest * How to ensure that your component code is to standard using ESLint * How to use browser extensions and built-in component instrumentation to debug React applications * How to enable type safety in React components by introducing Flowtype to your build * How to deploy React applications inside a Docker container as part of a larger application stack In Detail As React has grown, the amazing toolset around it has grown, adding features and enhancing the development workflow. These range from essential third-party tools, such as Jest for carrying out testing, to official first-party tools, such as create-react-app that most developers use for bootstrapping new React applications. React 16 Tooling covers in detail the most important tools, utilities and libraries that every React developer needs to know. These will make your development life simpler and happier, enabling you to create better and more performant apps. React 16 Tooling presents a hand-picked selection of the best tools for the React 16 ecosystem. For starters, there's the create-react-app utility that's officially supported by the React team. Not only does this tool bootstrap your React project for you, it also provides a consistent and stable framework to build upon. The premise is that when you don't have to think about meta development work, more focus goes into the product itself. Other React tools follow this same approach to automating and improving your development life. Jest makes unit testing easier. The React devtools browser plugin makes debugging components easier. Flow makes catching common type errors easy. Storybook makes developing components in isolation easier. ESLint makes writing standardized quality React code easier. Docker containers make deploying React applications in a stack easier.In this book, we'll look at each of these powerful tools in detail, showing you how to build the perfect React ecosystem to develop your apps within. Table of Contents Chapter 1. Creating a Personalized React Development Ecosystem Chapter 2. Efficiently Bootstrapping React Applications with Create React App Chapter 3. Development Mode and Mastering Hot Reloading Chapter 4. Optimizing Test-Driven React Development Chapter 5. Streamlining Development and Refactoring with Type-Safe React Components Chapter 6. Enforcing Code Quality to Improve Maintainability Chapter 7. Isolating Components with Storybook Chapter 8. Debugging Components in the Browser Chapter 9. Instrumenting Application State with Redux Chapter 10. Building and Deploying Static React Sites with Gatsby Chapter 11. Building and Deploying React Applications with Docker Containers

2018-09-17

rest api development with nodejs 英文版

REST API Development with Node.js: Manage and Understand the Full Capabilities of Successful REST Development Manage and understand the full capabilities of successful REST development. REST API development is a hot topic in the programming world, but not many resources exist for developers to really understand how you can leverage the advantages. This completely updated second edition provides a brief background on REST and the tools it provides (well known and not so well known), then explains how there is more to REST than just JSON and URLs. You will learn about the maintained modules currently available in the npm community, including Express, Restify, Vatican, and Swagger. Finally you will code an example API from start to finish, using a subset of the tools covered. The Node community is currently flooded with modules; some of them are published once and never updated again - cluttering the entire universe of packages. Pro REST API Development with Node.js shines light into that black hole of modules for the developers trying to create an API. Understand REST API development with Node.js using this book today. What You'll Learn Understand how REST and API development mix up with Node.js Create a scalable, technology agnostic, and uniform interface Prepare your services to be consumed by your clients Test and deploy your API Review troubleshooting techniques Who This Book Is For Any Node.js developer who wants to fully understand REST API development. Beginner and Intermediate Node.js developers who are looking to fully understand how to create RESTful microservices. Table of Contents Chapter 1: REST 101 Chapter 2: API Design Best Practices Chapter 3: Node.js and REST Chapter 4: Architecting a REST API Chapter 5: Working with Modules Chapter 6: Planning Your REST API Chapter 7: Developing Your REST API Chapter 8: Testing your API Chapter 9: Deploying into Production Chapter 10: Troubleshooting Book Details

2018-07-21

Flowable-6.3.1

Flowable是Activiti原班主创人员从Activiti分离出来的一套工作流引擎,是一个业务流程管理(BPM)和工作流系统,适用于开发人员和系统管理员。其核心是超快速、稳定的BPMN2流程引擎,易于与 Spring集成使用。 Flowable is a compact and highly efficient workflow and Business Process Management (BPM) platform written in Java. At its core is a lightning fast, tried and tested BPMN 2 process engine.

2018-07-10

Hybird AI System 13th International conference

Hybrid Artificial Intelligent Systems: 13th International Conference, HAIS 2018, Oviedo, Spain, June 20-22, 2018, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Hybrid Artificial Intelligent Systems, HAIS 2018, held in Oviedo, Spain, in June 2018. The 62 full papers published in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 104 submissions. They are organized in the following topical sections: Neurocomputing, fuzzy systems, rough sets, evolutionary algorithms, Agents and Multiagent Systems, and alike. Table of Contents Chapter 1. A Deep Learning-Based Recommendation System to Enable End User Access to Financial Linked Knowledge Chapter 2. On the Use of Random Discretization and Dimensionality Reduction in Ensembles for Big Data Chapter 3. Hybrid Deep Learning Based on GAN for Classifying BSR Noises from Invehicle Sensors Chapter 4. Inferring User Expertise from Social Tagging in Music Recommender Systems for Streaming Services Chapter 5. Learning Logical Definitions of n-Ary Relations in Graph Databases Chapter 6. GAparsimony: An R Package for Searching Parsimonious Models by Combining Hyperparameter Optimization and Feature Selection Chapter 7. Improving Adaptive Optics Reconstructions with a Deep Learning Approach Chapter 8. Complexity of Rule Sets in Mining Incomplete Data Using Characteristic Sets and Generalized Maximal Consistent Blocks Chapter 9. Optimization of the University Transportation by Contraction Hierarchies Method and Clustering Algorithms Chapter 10. Identification of Patterns in Blogosphere Considering Social Positions of Users and Reciprocity of Relations Chapter 11. SmartFD: A Real Big Data Application for Electrical Fraud Detection Chapter 12. Multi-class Imbalanced Data Oversampling for Vertebral Column Pathologies Classification Chapter 13. A Hybrid Genetic-Bootstrapping Approach to Link Resources in the Web of Data Chapter 14. Modelling and Forecasting of the 222Rn Radiation Level Time Series at the Canfranc Underground Laboratory Chapter 15. Sensor Fault Detection and Recovery Methodology for a Geothermal Heat Exchanger Chapter 16. Distinctive Features of Asymmetric Neural Networks with Gabor Filters Chapter 17. Tuning CNN Input Layout for IDS with Genetic Algorithms Chapter 18. Improving the Accuracy of Prediction Applications by Efficient Tuning of Gradient Descent Using Genetic Algorithms Chapter 19. Mono-modal Medical Image Registration with Coral Reef Optimization Chapter 20. Evaluating Feature Selection Robustness on High-Dimensional Data Chapter 21. Generalized Probability Distribution Mixture Model for Clustering Chapter 22. A Hybrid Approach to Mining Conditions Chapter 23. A First Attempt on Monotonic Training Set Selection Chapter 24. Dealing with Missing Data and Uncertainty in the Context of Data Mining Chapter 25. A Preliminary Study of Diversity in Extreme Learning Machines Ensembles Chapter 26. Orthogonal Learning Firefly Algorithm Chapter 27. Multi-label Learning by Hyperparameters Calibration for Treating Class Imbalance Chapter 28. Drifted Data Stream Clustering Based on ClusTree Algorithm Chapter 29. Featuring the Attributes in Supervised Machine Learning Chapter 30. Applying VorEAl for IoT Intrusion Detection Chapter 31. Evaluation of a Wrist-Based Wearable Fall Detection Method Chapter 32. EnerVMAS: Virtual Agent Organizations to Optimize Energy Consumption Using Intelligent Temperature Calibration Chapter 33. Tool Wear Estimation and Visualization Using Image Sensors in Micro Milling Manufacturing Chapter 34. Compensating Atmospheric Turbulence with Convolutional Neural Networks for Defocused Pupil Image Wave-Front Sensors Chapter 35. Using Nonlinear Quantile Regression for the Estimation of Software Cost Chapter 36. A Distributed Drone-Oriented Architecture for In-Flight Object Detection Chapter 37. 3D Gabor Filters for Chest Segmentation in DCE-MRI Chapter 38. Fingertips Segmentation of Thermal Images and Its Potential Use in Hand Thermoregulation Analysis Chapter 39. Listen to This: Music Recommendation Based on One-Class Support Vector Machine Chapter 40. Improving Forecasting Using Information Fusion in Local Agricultural Markets Chapter 41. Chord Progressions Selection Based on Song Audio Features Chapter 42. LearnSec: A Framework for Full Text Analysis Chapter 43. A Mood Analysis on Youtube Comments and a Method for Improved Social Spam Detection Chapter 44. An Improved Comfort Biased Smart Home Load Manager for Grid Connected Homes Under Direct Load Control Chapter 45. Remifentanil Dose Prediction for Patients During General Anesthesia Chapter 46. Classification of Prostate Cancer Patients and Healthy Individuals by Means of a Hybrid Algorithm Combing SVM and Evolutionary Algorithms Chapter 47. A Hybrid Deep Learning System of CNN and LRCN to Detect Cyberbullying from SNS Comments Chapter 48. Taxonomy-Based Detection of User Emotions for Advanced Artificial Intelligent Applications Chapter 49. Prediction of the Energy Demand of a Hotel Using an Artificial Intelligence-Based Model Chapter 50. A Hybrid Algorithm for the Prediction of Computer Vision Syndrome in Health Personnel Based on Trees and Evolutionary Algorithms Chapter 51. An Algorithm Based on Satellite Observations to Quality Control Ground Solar Sensors: Analysis of Spanish Meteorological Networks Chapter 52. Predicting Global Irradiance Combining Forecasting Models Through Machine Learning Chapter 53. A Hybrid Algorithm for the Assessment of the Influence of Risk Factors in the Development of Upper Limb Musculoskeletal Disorders Chapter 54. Evolutionary Computation on Road Safety Chapter 55. Memetic Modified Cuckoo Search Algorithm with ASSRS for the SSCF Problem in Self-Similar Fractal Image Reconstruction Chapter 56. A Re-description Based Developmental Approach to the Generation of Value Functions for Cognitive Robots Chapter 57. A Hybrid Iterated Local Search for Solving a Particular Two-Stage Fixed-Charge Transportation Problem Chapter 58. Change Detection in Multidimensional Data Streams with Efficient Tensor Subspace Model Chapter 59. A View of the State of the Art of Dialogue Systems Chapter 60. An Adaptive Approach for Index Tuning with Learning Classifier Systems on Hybrid Storage Environments Chapter 61. Electrical Behavior Modeling of Solar Panels Using Extreme Learning Machines Chapter 62. A Hybrid Clustering Approach for Diagnosing Medical Diseases

2018-06-12

django2 by examples

Key Features Learn Django by building real-world web applications from scratch Develop powerful web applications quickly using the best coding practices Integrate other technologies into your application with clear, step-by-step explanations and comprehensive example code Book Description If you want to learn the entire process of developing professional web applications with Django, then this book is for you. You will walk through the creation of four professional Django projects, teaching you how to solve common problems and implement best practices. You will learn how to build a blog application, a social image bookmarking website, an online shop and an e-learning platform. The book will teach you how to enhance your applications with AJAX, create RESTful APIs and setup a production environment for your Django projects. The book walks you through the creation of real-world applications, solving common problems, and implementing best practices. By the end of this book, you will have a deep understanding of Django and how to build advanced web applications. What you will learn Build practical real-world web applications with Django Use Django with other technologies such as Redis, Celery and Solr. Develop pluggable Django applications Create advanced features, optimize your code and use the cache framework Add internationalization to your Django projects Enhance the user experience using JavaScript and AJAX Add social features to your projects Build RESTful APIs for your applications Who This Book Is For If you are a web developer who wants to see how to build professional sites with Django, this book is for. You will need a basic knowledge of Python, HTML, and JavaScript, but you dont need to have worked with Django before. Table of Contents Chapter 1. Building a Blog Application Chapter 2. Enhancing Your Blog with Advanced Features Chapter 3. Extending Your Blog Application Chapter 4. Building a Social Website Chapter 5. Sharing Content in Your Website Chapter 6. Tracking User Actions Chapter 7. Building an Online Shop Chapter 8. Managing Payments and Orders Chapter 9. Extending Your Shop Chapter 10. Building an E-Learning Platform Chapter 11. Rendering and Caching Content Chapter 12. Building an API Chapter 13. Going Live

2018-06-08

big data analysis deep learning

一个会议的论文集。英文版。 Big Data Analysis and Deep Learning Applications: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Big Data Analysis and Deep Learning (Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing) This book presents a compilation of selected papers from the first International Conference on Big Data Analysis and Deep Learning Applications (ICBDL 2018), and focuses on novel techniques in the fields of big data analysis, machine learning, system monitoring, image processing, conventional neural networks, communication, industrial information, and their applications. Readers will find insights to help them realize more efficient algorithms and systems used in real-life applications and contexts, making the book an essential reference guide for academic researchers, professionals, software engineers in the industry, and regulators of aviation authorities. Table of Contents Chapter 1. Data-Driven Constrained Evolutionary Scheme for Predicting Price of Individual Stock in Dynamic Mark ... Chapter 2. Predictive Big Data Analytics Using Multiple Linear Regression Model Chapter 3. Evaluation for Teacher’s Ability and Forecasting Student’s Career Based on Big Data Chapter 4. Tweets Sentiment Analysis for Healthcare on Big Data Processing and IoT Architecture Using Maximum Entropy Classifier Chapter 5. A Survey on Influence and Information Diffusion in Twitter Using Big Data Analytics Chapter 6. Real Time Semantic Events Detection from Social Media Stream Chapter 7. Community and Outliers Detection in Social Network Chapter 8. Analyzing Sentiment Level of Social Media Data Based on SVM and Naïve Bayes Algorithms Chapter 9. Accuracy Improvement of Accelerometer-Based Location Estimation Using Neural Network Chapter 10. Transparent Object Detection Using Convolutional Neural Network Chapter 11. Multi-label Land Cover Indices Classification of Satellite Images Using Deep Learning Chapter 12. Real-Time Hand Pose Recognition Using Faster Region-Based Convolutional Neural Network Chapter 13. School Mapping for Schools of Basic Education in Myanmar Chapter 14. GBSO-RSS: GPU-Based BSO for Rules Space Summarization Chapter 15. Machine Learning Based Live VM Migration for Efficient Cloud Data Center Chapter 16. Dynamic Replication Management Scheme for Distributed File System Chapter 17. Frequent Pattern Mining for Dynamic Database by Using Hadoop GM-Tree and GTree Chapter 18. Investigation of the Use of Learning Management System (Moodle) in University of Computer Studies, Mandalay Chapter 19. User Preference Information Retrieval by Using Multiplicative Adaptive Refinement Search Algorithm Chapter 20. Proposed Framework for Stochastic Parsing of Myanmar Language Chapter 21. FDTD Based Numerical Calculation of Electromagnetic Wave Radiation in Multi-layer Circular Cylindric ... Chapter 22. Improved Convergence in Eddy-Current Analysis by Singular Value Decomposition of Subdomain Problem Chapter 23. Development and Validation of Parallel Acoustic Analysis Method for the Sound Field Design of a Larg ... Chapter 24. Secret Audio Messages Hiding in Images Chapter 25. Location Based Personal Task Reminder System Using GPS Technology Chapter 26. Front Caster Capable of Reducing Horizontal Forces on Step Climbing Chapter 27. Mobile Location Based Indexing for Range Searching Chapter 28. Building Travel Speed Estimation Model for Yangon City from Public Transport Trajectory Data Chapter 29. Comparison Between Block-Encoding and Quadtree Compression Methods for Raster Maps Chapter 30. A Study on Estrus Detection of Cattle Combining Video Image and Sensor Information Chapter 31. Behavior Analysis for Nursing Home Monitoring System Chapter 32. A Study on Detection of Abnormal Behavior by a Surveillance Camera Image Chapter 33. A Study on Detection of Suspicious Persons for Intelligent Monitoring System Chapter 34. A Study on Violence Behavior Detection System Between Two Persons Chapter 35. Object Detection and Recognition System for Pick and Place Robot Chapter 36. Myanmar Rice Grain Classification Using Image Processing Techniques Chapter 37. Color Segmentation Based on Human Perception Using Fuzzy Logic Chapter 38. Key Frame Extraction Techniques Chapter 39. A Study on Music Retrieval System Using Image Processing Chapter 40. Analysis of Environmental Change Detection Using Satellite Images (Case Study: Irrawaddy Delta, Myanmar) Chapter 41. Analysis of Land Cover Change Detection Using Satellite Images in Patheingyi Township Chapter 42. Environmental Change Detection Analysis in Magway Division, Myanmar

2018-06-07

Artificial.Intelligence.Soft.Computing.17th.Part.II.

人工智能,新算法(没办法,人家年会的论文集就是分两册,所以我只能这样分开上传),不精通英语和数学的,请勿下载。 Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing: 17th International Conference, ICAISC 2018, Zakopane, Poland, June 3-7, 2018, Proceedings, Part II (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) The two-volume set LNAI 10841 and LNAI 10842 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing, ICAISC 2018, held in Zakopane, Poland in June 2018. The 140 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 242 submissions. The papers included in the second volume are organized in the following five parts: computer vision, image and speech analysis; bioinformatics, biometrics, and medical applications; data mining; artificial intelligence in modeling, simulation and control; and various problems of artificial intelligence. Table of Contents Chapter 1. Moving Object Detection and Tracking Based on Three-Frame Difference and Background Subtraction with Laplace Filter Chapter 2. Robust Lane Extraction Using Two-Dimension Declivity Chapter 3. Segmentation of the Proximal Femur by the Analysis of X-ray Imaging Using Statistical Models of Shape and Appearance Chapter 4. Architecture of Database Index for Content-Based Image Retrieval Systems Chapter 5. Symmetry of Hue Distribution in the Images Chapter 6. Image Completion with Smooth Nonnegative Matrix Factorization Chapter 7. A Fuzzy SOM for Understanding Incomplete 3D Faces Chapter 8. Feature Selection for `Orange Skin' Type Surface Defect in Furniture Elements Chapter 9. Image Retrieval by Use of Linguistic Description in Databases Chapter 10. On the Use of Principal Component Analysis and Particle Swarm Optimization in Protein Tertiary Structure Prediction Chapter 11. The Shape Language Application to Evaluation of the Vertebra Syndesmophytes Development Progress Chapter 12. Analytical Realization of the EM Algorithm for Emission Positron Tomography Chapter 13. An Application of Graphic Tools and Analytic Hierarchy Process to the Description of Biometric Features Chapter 14. On Some Aspects of an Aggregation Mechanism in Face Recognition Problems Chapter 15. Nuclei Detection in Cytological Images Using Convolutional Neural Network and Ellipse Fitting Algorithm Chapter 16. Towards the Development of Sensor Platform for Processing Physiological Data from Wearable Sensors Chapter 17. Severity of Cellulite Classification Based on Tissue Thermal Imagining Chapter 18. Features Selection for the Most Accurate SVM Gender Classifier Based on Geometrical Features Chapter 19. Parallel Cache Efficient Algorithm and Implementation of Needleman-Wunsch Global Sequence Alignment Chapter 20. Using Fuzzy Numbers for Modeling Series of Medical Measurements in a Diagnosis Support Based on the Dempster-Shafer Theory Chapter 21. Averaged Hidden Markov Models in Kinect-Based Rehabilitation System Chapter 22. Genome Compression: An Image-Based Approach Chapter 23. Stability of Features Describing the Dynamic Signature Biometric Attribute Chapter 24. Text Categorization Improvement via User Interaction Chapter 25. Uncertain Decision Tree Classifier for Mobile Context-Aware Computing Chapter 26. An Efficient Prototype Selection Algorithm Based on Dense Spatial Partitions Chapter 27. Complexity of Rule Sets Induced by Characteristic Sets and Generalized Maximal Consistent Blocks Chapter 28. On Ensemble Components Selection in Data Streams Scenario with Gradual Concept-Drift Chapter 29. An Empirical Study of Strategies Boosts Performance of Mutual Information Similarity Chapter 30. Distributed Nonnegative Matrix Factorization with HALS Algorithm on Apache Spark Chapter 31. Dimensionally Distributed Density Estimation Chapter 32. Outliers Detection in Regressions by Nonparametric Parzen Kernel Estimation Chapter 33. Application of Perspective-Based Observational Tunnels Method to Visualization of Multidimensional Fractals Chapter 34. Estimation of Probability Density Function, Differential Entropy and Other Relative Quantities for Data Streams with Concept Drift Chapter 35. System for Building and Analyzing Preference Models Based on Social Networking Data and SAT Solvers Chapter 36. On Asymmetric Problems of Objects' Comparison Chapter 37. A Recommendation Algorithm Considering User Trust and Interest Chapter 38. Automating Feature Extraction and Feature Selection in Big Data Security Analytics Chapter 39. Improvement of the Simplified Silhouette Validity Index Chapter 40. Feature Extraction in Subject Classification of Text Documents in Polish Chapter 41. Efficiency of Random Decision Forest Technique in Polish Companies' Bankruptcy Prediction Chapter 42. TUP-RS: Temporal User Profile Based Recommender System Chapter 43. Feature Extraction of Surround Sound Recordings for Acoustic Scene Classification Chapter 44. Cascading Probability Distributions in Agent-Based Models: An Application to Behavioural Energy Wastage Chapter 45. Symbolic Regression with the AMSTA+GP in a Non-linear Modelling of Dynamic Objects Chapter 46. A Population Based Algorithm and Fuzzy Decision Trees for Nonlinear Modeling Chapter 47. The Hybrid Plan Controller Construction for Trajectories in Sobolev Space Chapter 48. Temporal Traveling Salesman Problem – in a Logic- and Graph Theory-Based Depiction Chapter 49. Modelling the Affective Power of Locutions in a Persuasive Dialogue Game Chapter 50. Determination of a Matrix of the Dependencies Between Features Based on the Expert Knowledge Chapter 51. Dynamic Trust Scoring of Railway Sensor Information Chapter 52. Linear Parameter-Varying Two Rotor Aero-Dynamical System Modelling with State-Space Neural Network Chapter 53. Evolutionary Quick Artificial Bee Colony for Constrained Engineering Design Problems Chapter 54. Patterns in Video Games Analysis – Application of Eye-Tracker and Electrodermal Activity (EDA) Sensor Chapter 55. Improved Behavioral Analysis of Fuzzy Cognitive Map Models Chapter 56. On Fuzzy Sheffer Stroke Operation Chapter 57. Building Knowledge Extraction from BIM/IFC Data for Analysis in Graph Databases Chapter 58. A Multi-Agent Problem in a New Depiction Chapter 59. Proposal of a Smart Gun System Supporting Police Interventions Chapter 60. Knowledge Representation in Model Driven Approach in Terms of the Zachman Framework Chapter 61. Rendezvous Consensus Algorithm Applied to the Location of Possible Victims in Disaster Zones Chapter 62. Exploiting OSC Models by Using Neural Networks with an Innovative Pruning Algorithm Chapter 63. Critical Analysis of Conversational Agent Technology for Intelligent Customer Support and Proposition of a New Solution Chapter 64. Random Forests for Profiling Computer Network Users Chapter 65. Leader-Follower Formation for UAV Robot Swarm Based on Fuzzy Logic Theory Chapter 66. Towards Interpretability of the Movie Recommender Based on a Neuro-Fuzzy Approach Chapter 67. Dual-Heuristic Dynamic Programming in the Three-Wheeled Mobile Transport Robot Control Chapter 68. Stylometry Analysis of Literary Texts in Polish Chapter 69. Constraint-Based Identification of Complex Gateway Structures in Business Process Models Chapter 70. Developing a Fuzzy Knowledge Base and Filling It with Knowledge Extracted from Various Documents

2018-05-31

Artificial.Intelligence.and.Soft.Computing.17th.International.Conference.Part.I

各种新算法研究,没有足够的数学和英语基础就别下载了。 Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing: 17th International Conference, ICAISC 2018, Zakopane, Poland, June 3-7, 2018, Proceedings, Part I (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) The two-volume set LNAI 10841 and LNAI 10842 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing, ICAISC 2018, held in Zakopane, Poland in June 2018. The 140 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 242 submissions. The papers included in the first volume are organized in the following three parts: neural networks and their applications; evolutionary algorithms and their applications; and pattern classification. Table of Contents Chapter 1. Three-Dimensional Model of Signal Processing in the Presynaptic Bouton of the Neuron Chapter 2. The Parallel Modification to the Levenberg-Marquardt Algorithm Chapter 3. On the Global Convergence of the Parzen-Based Generalized Regression Neural Networks Applied to Streaming Data Chapter 4. Modelling Speaker Variability Using Covariance Learning Chapter 5. A Neural Network Model with Bidirectional Whitening Chapter 6. Block Matching Based Obstacle Avoidance for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Chapter 7. Prototype-Based Kernels for Extreme Learning Machines and Radial Basis Function Networks Chapter 8. Supervised Neural Network Learning with an Environment Adapted Supervision Based on Motivation Learning Factors Chapter 9. Autoassociative Signature Authentication Based on Recurrent Neural Network Chapter 10. American Sign Language Fingerspelling Recognition Using Wide Residual Networks Chapter 11. Neural Networks Saturation Reduction Chapter 12. Learning and Convergence of the Normalized Radial Basis Functions Networks Chapter 13. Porous Silica-Based Optoelectronic Elements as Interconnection Weights in Molecular Neural Networks Chapter 14. Data Dependent Adaptive Prediction and Classification of Video Sequences Chapter 15. Multi-step Time Series Forecasting of Electric Load Using Machine Learning Models Chapter 16. Deep Q-Network Using Reward Distribution Chapter 17. Motivated Reinforcement Learning Using Self-Developed Knowledge in Autonomous Cognitive Agent Chapter 18. Company Bankruptcy Prediction with Neural Networks Chapter 19. Soft Patterns Reduction for RBF Network Performance Improvement Chapter 20. An Embedded Classifier for Mobile Robot Localization Using Support Vector Machines and Gray-Level Co-occurrence Matrix Chapter 21. A New Method for Learning RBF Networks by Utilizing Singular Regions Chapter 22. Cyclic Reservoir Computing with FPGA Devices for Efficient Channel Equalization Chapter 23. Discrete Cosine Transform Spectral Pooling Layers for Convolutional Neural Networks Chapter 24. Extreme Value Model for Volatility Measure in Machine Learning Ensemble Chapter 25. Deep Networks with RBF Layers to Prevent Adversarial Examples Chapter 26. Application of Reinforcement Learning to Stacked Autoencoder Deep Network Architecture Optimization Chapter 27. An Optimization Algorithm Based on Multi-Dynamic Schema of Chromosomes Chapter 28. Eight Bio-inspired Algorithms Evaluated for Solving Optimization Problems Chapter 29. Robotic Flow Shop Scheduling with Parallel Machines and No-Wait Constraints in an Aluminium Anodising Plant with the CMAES Algorithm Chapter 30. Migration Model of Adaptive Differential Evolution Applied to Real-World Problems Chapter 31. Comparative Analysis Between Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithms Applied to Price-Based Demand Response Chapter 32. Visualizing the Optimization Process for Multi-objective Optimization Problems Chapter 33. Comparison of Constraint Handling Approaches in Multi-objective Optimization Chapter 34. Genetic Programming for the Classification of Levels of Mammographic Density Chapter 35. Feature Selection Using Differential Evolution for Unsupervised Image Clustering Chapter 36. A Study on Solving Single Stage Batch Process Scheduling Problems with an Evolutionary Algorithm Featuring Bacterial Mutations Chapter 37. -1Observation of Unbounded Novelty in Evolutionary Algorithms is Unknowable Chapter 38. Multi-swarm Optimization Algorithm Based on Firefly and Particle Swarm Optimization Techniques Chapter 39. New Running Technique for the Bison Algorithm Chapter 40. Evolutionary Design and Training of Artificial Neural Networks Chapter 41. Obtaining Pareto Front in Instance Selection with Ensembles and Populations Chapter 42. Negative Space-Based Population Initialization Algorithm (NSPIA) Chapter 43. Deriving Functions for Pareto Optimal Fronts Using Genetic Programming Chapter 44. Identifying an Emotional State from Body Movements Using Genetic-Based Algorithms Chapter 45. Particle Swarm Optimization with Single Particle Repulsivity for Multi-modal Optimization Chapter 46. Hybrid Evolutionary System to Solve Optimization Problems Chapter 47. Horizontal Gene Transfer as a Method of Increasing Variability in Genetic Algorithms Chapter 48. Evolutionary Induction of Classification Trees on Spark Chapter 49. How Unconventional Chaotic Pseudo-Random Generators Influence Population Diversity in Differential Evolution Chapter 50. An Adaptive Individual Inertia Weight Based on Best, Worst and Individual Particle Performances for the PSO Algorithm Chapter 51. A Mathematical Model and a Firefly Algorithm for an Extended Flexible Job Shop Problem with Availability Constraints Chapter 52. On the Prolonged Exploration of Distance Based Parameter Adaptation in SHADE Chapter 53. Investigating the Impact of Road Roughness on Routing Performance: An Evolutionary Algorithm Approach Chapter 54. Integration Base Classifiers in Geometry Space by Harmonic Mean Chapter 55. Similarity of Mobile Users Based on Sparse Location History Chapter 56. Medoid-Shift for Noise Removal to Improve Clustering Chapter 57. Application of the Bag-of-Words Algorithm in Classification the Quality of Sales Leads Chapter 58. Probabilistic Feature Selection in Machine Learning Chapter 59. Boost Multi-class sLDA Model for Text Classification Chapter 60. Multi-level Aggregation in Face Recognition Chapter 61. Direct Incorporation of L1-Regularization into Generalized Matrix Learning Vector Quantization Chapter 62. Classifiers for Matrix Normal Images: Derivation and Testing Chapter 63. Random Projection for k-means Clustering Chapter 64. Modified Relational Mountain Clustering Method Chapter 65. Relative Stability of Random Projection-Based Image Classification Chapter 66. Cost Reduction in Mutation Testing with Bytecode-Level Mutants Classification Chapter 67. Probabilistic Learning Vector Quantization with Cross-Entropy for Probabilistic Class Assignments in Classification Learning Chapter 68. Multi-class and Cluster Evaluation Measures Based on Rényi and Tsallis Entropies and Mutual Information Chapter 69. Verification of Results in the Acquiring Knowledge Process Based on IBL Methodology Chapter 70. A Fuzzy Measure for Recognition of Handwritten Letter Strokes

2018-05-30

hands on machine learning on google cloud platform

Machine Learning on Google Cloud Platform: A hands-on guide to implementing smart and efficient analytics using Cloud ML engine Unleash Google's Cloud Platform to build, train and optimize machine learning models Key Features Get well versed in Google Cloud Platform preexisting services to build your own smart models. A comprehensive guide covering all key aspects - from data processing, analyzing to building and training machine learning models A practical approach to productionize your trained ML models and port them to your mobile for daily access Book Description Google Cloud Machine Learning Engine combines the services of Google Cloud Platform with the power and flexibility of TensorFlow. With this book, you will not only learn to build and train different complexities of machine learning models at scale but also host them in the cloud to make predictions. This book is focused on making the most of the Google Machine Learning Platform for large datasets and complex problems. You will learn from scratch how to create powerful machine learning based applications for a wide variety of problems by leveraging different data services from the Google Cloud Platform. Applications include NLP, Speech to text, Reinforcement learning, Time series, recommender systems, image classification, video content inference and many other. We will implement a wide variety of deep learning use cases and also make extensive use of data related services comprising the Google Cloud Platform ecosystem such as Firebase, Storage APIs, Datalab and so forth. This will enable you to integrate Machine Learning and data processing features into your web and mobile applications. You will get a practical understanding of deep learning models with their architectures to understand their strengths and weaknesses. Every Deep Learning model is implemented with a relevant dataset and problem to be solved. By the end of this book, you will know the main difficulties that you may encounter and get appropriate strategies to overcome these difficulties and build efficient systems. What you will learn Experience the power of the Google Cloud Platform to build data-based applications for dashboards, web, and mobile Create, train and optimize Deep Learning models for all types of data science problems on big data Learn how to leverage BigQuery to explore big datasets Use Google's pre-trained TensorFlow models for NLP, Image, Sound, Video & much more Go beyond Google's Machine Learning APIs and create models and architectures for Time series, Reinforcement Learning, and generative models Practice creating, evaluating and optimizing Tensorflow and Keras models for a wide range of applications Who This Book Is For This book is for data scientists, machine learning developers and AI developers who want to learn Google Cloud Platform services to build machine learning applications. Since the interaction with the Google ML platform is mostly done via the command line, the reader is supposed to have some familiarity with the bash shell and Python scripting. Some understanding of machine learning and data science concepts will be handy Table of Contents Chapter 1. Introducing the Google Cloud Platform Chapter 2. Google Compute Engine Chapter 3. Google Cloud Storage Chapter 4. Querying Your Data with BigQuery Chapter 5. Transforming Your Data Chapter 6. Essential Machine Learning Chapter 7. Google Machine Learning APIs Chapter 8. Creating ML Applications with Firebase Chapter 9. Neural Networks with TensorFlow and Keras Chapter 10. Evaluating Results with TensorBoard Chapter 11. Optimizing the Model through Hyperparameter Tuning Chapter 12. Preventing Overfitting with Regularization Chapter 13. Beyond Feedforward Networks – CNN and RNN Chapter 14. Time Series with LSTMs Chapter 15. Reinforcement Learning Chapter 16. Generative Neural Networks

2018-05-11

mastering go

Mastering Go: Writing Golang production applications using Network Libraries, deep concurrency, advanced Go data structures and cloud-native techniques Covering the major features and packages of Go, plus its types and datastructures, to enable the reader to write threadsafe, concurrent cloud, and network applications Key Features Completes the Golang developer's education A deep dive into the core libraries and Golang features usually taken for granted Explains the rationale behind composite data types, Golang concurrency, and the Golang networking library Book Description Go, the programming language, has become the means by which systems, networking, web and cloud applications are being implemented. Given that Go syntax is fairly easy to learn, it is on the level of libraries we start seeing features, speed, and efficiency for which the Go ecology is justly famous. Once the syntax of Go has been mastered, and some small project have been written, most Golang programmers face the difficulty of having to integrate their Golang skills with production code. The usual introductions to Golang programming stop short of the transition, which Mastering Go provides. The exposition of Golang begins an account of how Go has been implemented, background that makes the rationale behind Golang types and composite types much easier to understand. Another piece of the puzzle tends to be Golang data structures, which are extremely important - they encompass a whole selection of tries, for instance, and a very well reputed threadsafe package. But the center piece of this book is to be found in its in-depth account of concurrency and systems and network programming, all of which are extremely important for modern-day native cloud development. A chapter on reflection rounds out the picture. What you will learn Learn to understand the design choices of Golang syntax Understand enough Go internals to be able to optimize Golang code Learn and appreciate concurrency models as available in Golang Understand the interplay of systems and networking code Write server-level code that plays well in all environments Understand the context and appropriate use of Go datatypes and data structures Who This Book Is For The reader is supposed to have read an introductory book on Go, or to have worked through the Tour of Go or an equivalent online course. It will definitely help to remember the basic concepts of concurrency. Network programming will be explained. Table of Contents Chapter 1. Go and the Operating System Chapter 2. Understanding Go Internals Chapter 3. Working with Basic Go Data Types Chapter 4. The Uses of Composite Types Chapter 5. Enhancing Go Code with Data Structures Chapter 6. What You Might Not Know About Go Packages Chapter 7. Reflection and Interfaces for All Seasons Chapter 8. Telling a Unix System What to Do Chapter 9. Go Concurrency – Goroutines, Channels, and Pipelines Chapter 10. Go Concurrency – Advanced Topics Chapter 11. Code Testing, Optimization, and Profiling Chapter 12. The Foundations of Network Programming in Go Chapter 13. Network Programming – Building Servers and Clients Chapter 14. Other Books You May Enjoy

2018-05-08

learn c# in 7 days get up and running with c#7

神奇的7天系列——当然,你要是相信自己7天能学会C#,那么基本上就可以考虑换别的行业了。无论如何,下载下来收藏吧。

2018-05-02

palpable python beat it in 7 days(英文版)

入门级的书,内容比较简单,随便看看即可。当然,指望这本书入门其实不太可能,虽然是很简单的英语,但是也影响阅读速度。有收集癖好的可以下载;想学python的就算了。很抱歉不能设0分。

2018-04-28

building serverless applications with python

This book is for Python developers who would like to learn about serverless architectures in cloud-based platforms such as Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS). Python programming knowledge is assumed.

2018-04-27

building restful web services with spring 5 2e

Building RESTful Web Services with Spring 5 – Second Edition: Leverage the power of Spring 5.0, Java SE 9, and Spring Boot 2.0 Find out how to implement the REST architecture to build resilient software in Java with the help of the Spring 5.0 framework. REST is an architectural style that tackles the challenges of building scalable web services. In today’s connected world, APIs have taken a central role on the web. APIs provide the fabric through which systems interact, and REST has become synonymous with APIs.The depth, breadth, and ease of use of Spring makes it one of the most attractive frameworks in the Java ecosystem. Marrying the two technologies is therefore a very natural choice.This book takes you through the design of RESTful web services and leverages the Spring Framework to implement these services. Starting from the basics of the philosophy behind REST, you’ll go through the steps of designing and implementing an enterprise-grade RESTful web service. Taking a practical approach, each chapter provides code samples that you can apply to your own circumstances.This second edition brings forth the power of the latest Spring 5.0 release, working with MVC built-in as well as the front end framework. It then goes beyond the use of Spring to explores approaches to tackle resilience, security, and scalability concerns. Improve performance of your applications with the new HTTP 2.0 standards. You’ll learn techniques to deal with security in Spring and discover how to implement unit and integration test strategies.Finally, the book ends by walking you through building a Java client for your RESTful web service, along with some scaling techniques using the new Spring Reactive libraries. What You Will Learn Deep dive into the principles behind REST Expose CRUD operations through RESTful endpoints with the Spring Framework Devise response formats and error handling strategies, offering a consistent and flexible structure to simplify integration for service consumers Follow the best approaches for dealing with a service’s evolution while maintaining backward compatibility Understand techniques to secure web services Comply with the best ways to test RESTful web services, including tips for load testing Optimise and scale web services using techniques such as caching and clustering

2018-04-27

mysql 8 cook book

没什么可描述的,就是mysql8——最新版的,cookbook。

2018-04-27

Professional C# 7 and .NET Core 2.0

The professional’s guide to C# 7, with expert guidance on the newest features Professional C# 7 and .NET Core 2.0 provides experienced programmers with the information they need to work effectively with the world’s leading programming language. The latest C# update added many new features that help you get more done in less time, and this book is your ideal guide for getting up to speed quickly. C# 7 focuses on data consumption, code simplification, and performance, with new support for local functions, tuple types, record types, pattern matching, non-nullable reference types, immutable types, and better support for variables. Improvements to Visual Studio will bring significant changes to the way C# developers interact with the space, bringing .NET to non-Microsoft platforms and incorporating tools from other platforms like Docker, Gulp, and NPM. Guided by a leading .NET expert and steeped in real-world practicality, this guide is designed to get you up to date and back to work. With Microsoft speeding up its release cadence while offering more significant improvement with each update, it has never been more important to get a handle on new tools and features quickly. This book is designed to do just that, and more—everything you need to know about C# is right here, in the single-volume resource on every developer’s shelf. Tour the many new and enhanced features packed into C# 7 and .NET Core 2.0 Learn how the latest Visual Studio update makes developers’ jobs easier Streamline your workflow with a new focus on code simplification and performance enhancement Delve into improvements made for localization, networking, diagnostics, deployments, and more Whether you’re entirely new to C# or just transitioning to C# 7, having a solid grasp of the latest features allows you to exploit the language’s full functionality to create robust, high -quality apps. Professional C# 7 and .NET Core 2.0 is the one-stop guide to everything you need to know. Contents PART I: The C# Language Chapter 1 .Net Applications And Tools Chapter 2 Core C# Chapter 3 Objects And Types Chapter 4 Object-Oriented Programming With C# Chapter 5 Generics Chapter 6 Operators And Casts Chapter 7 Arrays Chapter 8 Delegates, Lambdas, And Events Chapter 9 Strings And Regular Expressions Chapter 10 Collections Chapter 11 Special Collections Chapter 12 Language Integrated Query Chapter 13 Functional Programming With C# Chapter 14 Errors And Exceptions Chapter 15 Asynchronous Programming Chapter 16 Reflection, Metadata, And Dynamic Programming Chapter 17 Managed And Unmanaged Memory Chapter 18 Visual Studio 2017 PART II: .NET Core and the Windows Runtime Chapter 19 Libraries, Assemblies, Packages, And Nuget Chapter 20 Dependency Injection Chapter 21 Tasks And Parallel Programming Chapter 22 Files And Streams Chapter 23 Networking Chapter 24 Security Chapter 25 Ado.Net And Transactions Chapter 26 Entity Framework Core Chapter 27 Localization Chapter 28 Testing Chapter 29 Tracing, Logging, And Analytics PART III: Web Applications and Services Chapter 30 Asp.Net Core Chapter 31 Asp.Net Core Mvc Chapter 32 Web Api PART IV: Apps Chapter 33 Windows Apps Chapter 34 Patterns With Xaml Apps Chapter 35 Styling Windows Apps Chapter 36 Advanced Windows Apps Chapter 37 Xamarin.Forms

2018-04-26

internet of things for architects

Internet of Things for Architects: Architecting IoT solutions by implementing sensors, communication infrastructure, edge computing, analytics, and security Learn to Design, Implement and secure your IoT infrastructure The Internet of Things (IoT) is the fastest growing technology market. Industries are embracing IoT technologies to improve operational expenses, product life, and people’s well-being. An architectural guide is necessary if you want to traverse the spectrum of technologies needed to build a successful IoT system, whether that’s a single device or millions of devices. This book encompasses the entire spectrum of IoT solutions, from sensors to the cloud. We start by examining modern sensor systems and focus on their power and functionality. After that, we dive deep into communication theory, paying close attention to near-range PAN, including the new Bluetooth® 5.0 specification and mesh networks. Then, we explore IP-based communication in LAN and WAN, including 802.11ah, 5G LTE cellular, SigFox, and LoRaWAN. Next, we cover edge routing and gateways and their role in fog computing, as well as the messaging protocols of MQTT and CoAP. With the data now in internet form, you’ll get an understanding of cloud and fog architectures, including the OpenFog standards. We wrap up the analytics portion of the book with the application of statistical analysis, complex event processing, and deep learning models. Finally, we conclude by providing a holistic view of the IoT security stack and the anatomical details of IoT exploits while countering them with software defined perimeters and blockchains. What You Will Learn Understand the role and scope of architecting a successful IoT deployment, from sensors to the cloud Scan the landscape of IoT technologies that span everything from sensors to the cloud and everything in between See the trade-offs in choices of protocols and communications in IoT deployments Build a repertoire of skills and the vernacular necessary to work in the IoT space Broaden your skills in multiple engineering domains necessary for the IoT architect

2018-04-25

web scraping with python collecting more data from the modern web 2nd

Learn web scraping and crawling techniques to access unlimited data from any web source in any format. With this practical guide, you’ll learn how to use Python scripts and web APIs to gather and process data from thousands—or even millions—of web pages at once. Ideal for programmers, security professionals, and web administrators familiar with Python, this book not only teaches basic web scraping mechanics, but also delves into more advanced topics, such as analyzing raw data or using scrapers for frontend website testing. Code samples are available to help you understand the concepts in practice. Learn how to parse complicated HTML pages Traverse multiple pages and sites Get a general overview of APIs and how they work Learn several methods for storing the data you scrape Download, read, and extract data from documents Use tools and techniques to clean badly formatted data Read and write natural languages Crawl through forms and logins Understand how to scrape JavaScript Learn image processing and text recognition

2018-04-25

Django Restful web services

Django 1.11.5,python >3.6 Who this book is for This book is for Python developers who want to develop RESTful Web Services, also known as RESTful web APIs, with Python 3.6 or greater, and want to learn how to do it with the most popular Python web framework—Django.

2018-04-25

PMP Project Management Professional Practice Test

PMP: Project Management Professional Practice Tests provides candidates with an ideal study aid for PMP exam preparation. Fully aligned with the A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK� Guide), 6th edition, this book provides practice questions covering all five performance domains. Five unique 160- question chapter tests, as well as one practice exam cover Initiating; Planning; Executing; Monitoring and Controlling; and Closing to help you pinpoint weak areas while there is still time to review. An additional 200-question practice test provides a bonus exam--1000 questions in all--, and a year of FREE access to the Sybex interactive online learning environment puts a test bank, practice questions, and more at your disposal. The PMP exam is a challenging four-hour, 200-question validation of your project management knowledge. Mimicking exam conditions is one of the best ways to prepare, and this book is designed to test your knowledge, focus, and mental endurance to get you fully prepared for the big day. �� Test your project management knowledge with 1,000 challenging questions Prepare using up-to-date material that accurately reflect the current exam Access digital study tools including electronic flashcards and additional practice questions In today�s IT marketplace, qualified project managers are heavily in demand as employers increasingly require those who are capable of managing larger and more complex projects. The PMP certification shows that you know, understand, and can practice PMBOK guidelines to a rigorous level, and is considered the premier project management qualification out there�so when exam day arrives, complete preparation becomes critical to your success. �PMP: Project Management Professional Practice Tests help you gauge your progress, preview exam day, and focus your study time so you can conquer the exam with confidence. To register for access to the online test banks included with the purchase of this book, please visit: www.wiley.com/go/sybextestprep. Table of Contents CHAPTER 1 Initiating (Domain 1.0) CHAPTER 2 Planning (Domain 2.0) CHAPTER 3 Executing (Domain 3.0) CHAPTER 4 Monitoring and Controlling (Domain 4.0) CHAPTER 5 Closing (Domain 5.0) CHAPTER 6 Full-Length Practice Exam

2018-04-24

PMP: Project Management Professional Exam Study Guide, 9th Edition

The ultimate PMP preparation and self-study experience, updated to align with the new PMBOK® Guide, 6th Edition The PMP: Project Management Professional Exam Study Guide, Ninth Edition, provides comprehensive review for the Project Management Institute's (PMI) PMP certification exam. This new ninth edition has been completely revised to align with the latest version of the exam, which includes new tasks that reflect changes to best practices, the role of the project manager, and the growing importance of agile and other adaptive and iterative practices. Detailed discussion draws from the latest A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), 6th edition, to provide the most up-to-date information on critical topics, while hands-on exercises provide insight on real-world implementation. Receive one year of free access to the Sybex online interactive learning environment, to help you prepare with superior study tools, rigorous chapter tests, and two practice exams that allows you to gauge your readiness and avoid surprises on exam day. The PMP certification is arguably the most desired skill in the IT marketplace, but its reach extends into a variety of other industries. Candidates must have extensive project management experience to qualify, but comprehensive study materials, aligned with the PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition, are essential to success on the exam. This study guide provides everything you need to ensure thorough preparation and full exam-day confidence. Study 100% of the objectives for the latest PMP exam Practice applying PMP concepts to real-world scenarios Test your understanding with comprehensive review questions Access online chapter tests, practice exams, electronic flashcards, and more Companies are demanding more of project managers than ever before: skills in technical management, leadership, strategic management, and business management make you more competitive, and the PMP exam reflects their increasing relevance in a rapidly-evolving field. When you're ready to take the next step for your career, the PMP: Project Management Professional Exam Study Guide, Ninth Edition, is your ideal companion for ultimate PMP preparation. To register for access to the online test banks included with the purchase of this book, please visit: www.wiley.com/go/sybextestprep. Table of Contents Chapter 1 What Is a Project? Chapter 2 Creating the Project Charter Chapter 3 Developing the Project Scope Statement Chapter 4 Creating the Project Schedule Chapter 5 Developing the Project Budget and Communicating the?Plan Chapter 6 Risk Planning CHAPTER 7 Planning Project Resources Chapter 8 Developing the Project Team CHAPTER 9 Conducting Procurements and Sharing Information CHAPTER 10 Measuring and Controlling Project Performance CHAPTER 11 Controlling Work Results CHAPTER 12 Closing the Project and Applying Professional Responsibility Appendix A Answers to Review Questions Appendix B Process Inputs and Outputs

2018-04-24

PostGIS cookbook

Create and manage spatial data with PostGIS Key Features Import and export geographic data from the PostGIS database using the available tools Maintain, optimize, and fine-tune spatial data for long-term viability Utilize the parallel support functionality that was introduced in PostgreSQL 9.6 Book Description PostGIS is a spatial database that integrates the advanced storage and analysis of vector and raster data, and is remarkably flexible and powerful. PostGIS provides support for geographic objects to the PostgreSQL object-relational database and is currently the most popular open source spatial databases. If you want to explore the complete range of PostGIS techniques and expose related extensions, then this book is for you. This book is a comprehensive guide to PostGIS tools and concepts which are required to manage, manipulate, and analyze spatial data in PostGIS. It covers key spatial data manipulation tasks, explaining not only how each task is performed, but also why. It provides practical guidance allowing you to safely take advantage of the advanced technology in PostGIS in order to simplify your spatial database administration tasks. Furthermore, you will learn to take advantage of basic and advanced vector, raster, and routing approaches along with the concepts of data maintenance, optimization, and performance, and will help you to integrate these into a large ecosystem of desktop and web tools. By the end, you will be armed with all the tools and instructions you need to both manage the spatial database system and make better decisions as your project's requirements evolve. What you will learn Import and export geographic data from the PostGIS database using the available tools Structure spatial data using the functionality provided by a combination of PostgreSQL and PostGIS Work with a set of PostGIS functions to perform basic and advanced vector analyses Connect PostGIS with Python Learn to use programming frameworks around PostGIS Maintain, optimize, and fine-tune spatial data for long-term viability Explore the 3D capabilities of PostGIS, including LiDAR point clouds and point clouds derived from Structure from Motion (SfM) techniques Distribute 3D models through the Web using the X3D standard Use PostGIS to develop powerful GIS web applications using Open Geospatial Consortium web standards Master PostGIS Raster Who This Book Is For This book is for developers who need some quick solutions for PostGIS. Prior knowledge of PostgreSQL and spatial concepts would be an added advantage. Table of Contents Chapter 1. MOVING DATA IN AND OUT OF POSTGIS Chapter 2. STRUCTURES THAT WORK Chapter 3. WORKING WITH VECTOR DATA THE BASICS Chapter 4. WORKING WITH VECTOR DATA ADVANCED RECIPES Chapter 5. WORKING WITH RASTER DATA Chapter 6. WORKING WITH PGROUTING Chapter 7. Into the Nth Dimension Chapter 8. POSTGIS PROGRAMMING Chapter 9. POSTGIS AND THE WEB Chapter 10. MAINTENANCE OPTIMIZATION AND PERFORMANCE TUNING Chapter 11. USING DESKTOP CLIENTS Chapter 12. Introduction to Location Privacy Protection Mechanisms

2018-04-23

Essential C# 7 第六版 rough cut

ssential C# 7.0 is a well-organized, no-fluff guide to C# 7.0 for programmers at all levels of experience. Reflecting the most important C# features from 3.0 through 7.0 and including modern programming patterns, it will help you write code that’s simple, powerful, robust, secure, and maintainable. Author Mark Michaelis is a world-class C# expert: a long-time Microsoft MVP and Regional Director who also has served on Microsoft’s C# design review team. He presents a comprehensive tutorial and reference for the entire language, including expert coverage of key C# 7.0 enhancements, C# 7.0’s use with .NET Core/.NET Standard, and cross-platform compilation. He illustrates key C# constructs with succinct examples, and presents best-practice coding guidelines. To help you maintain existing code, separate indexes provide version-specific answers for C# 5.0, 6.0, and 7.0, and visual icons show when each language innovation was introduced. Make the most of C# 7.0 enhancements, including tuples, deconstructors, pattern matching, local functions, and ref returns Work efficiently with C# data types, operators, control flow, methods, and parameters Write more robust code with C# object-oriented constructs Implement reliable, effective exception handling Reduce code complexity with generics, delegates, lambda expressions, and events Leverage advanced dynamic and declarative programming techniques Query diverse data collections using LINQ with query expressions Create custom collections that operate against business objects Access .NET collections via collection interfaces and standard query operators Master multithreading and synchronization, including the async/await paradigm Optimize performance and interoperability with P/Invoke and unsafe code Run your code on Linux or macOS with C# 7.0 cross-platform compilation Includes C# 7.1, 7.2, and 7.3 language enhancements This guide offers you a complete foundation for successful development with modern versions of the C# language in any project or environment. Table of Contents Chapter 1 Introducing C# Chapter 2 Data Types Chapter 3 More with Data Types Chapter 4 Operators and Control Flow Chapter 5 Methods and Parameters Chapter 6 Classes Chapter 7 Inheritance Chapter 8 Interfaces Chapter 9 Value Types Chapter 10 Well-Formed Types Chapter 11 Exception Handling Chapter 12 Generics Chapter 13 Delegates and Lambda Expressions Chapter 14 Events

2018-04-20

CompTIA Network Practice Tests

xpertly authored questions provide comprehensive, concise review of 100% of all CompTIA Network+ exam objectives. This certification validates skills equivalent to nine months of practical networking experience; those earning the Network+ certificate will have the skills needed to install, configure, and troubleshoot today's basic networking hardware peripherals and protocols. CompTIA Network+ Practice Tests (Exam N10-007) offers 1200 practice questions with answers and explanations, organized into 5 full-length chapter tests, PLUS 2 practice exams, and a year of FREE access to the online test bank. Coverage includes: Network Architecture; Network Operations; Network Security; Troubleshooting; and Industry Standards, Practices, and Network Theory. It’s the ideal companion to the CompTIA Network+ Study Guide, CompTIA Network+ Review Guide, and CompTIA Network+ Deluxe Study Guide for Exam N10-007! Covers advances in networking technology Reflects changes in associated job tasks Places emphasis on network implementation and support Includes coverage of cloud and wireless networking topics This book helps you gain the confidence you need for taking the new CompTIA Network+ Exam N10-007. The practice test questions prepare you for test success.

2018-04-20

functional python programming second edition(英文版)

This book is for programmers who want to create succinct, expressive Python programs by borrowing techniques and design patterns from functional programming languages. Some algorithms can be expressed elegantly in a functional style; we can—and should—adapt this to make Python programs more readable and maintainable. In some cases, a functional approach to a problem will also lead to extremely high-performance algorithms. Python makes it too easy to create large intermediate data structures, tying up memory (and processor time.) With functional programming design patterns, we can often replace large lists with generator expressions that are equally expressive but take up much less memory and run much more quickly.

2018-04-19

web scraping for data science

This book provides a complete and modern guide to web scraping, using Python as the programming language, without glossing over important details or best practices. Written with a data science audience in mind, the book explores both scraping and the larger context of web technologies in which it operates, to ensure full understanding. The authors recommend web scraping as a powerful tool for any data scientist’s arsenal, as many data science projects start by obtaining an appropriate data set. Starting with a brief overview on scraping and real-life use cases, the authors explore the core concepts of HTTP, HTML, and CSS to provide a solid foundation. Along with a quick Python primer, they cover Selenium for JavaScript-heavy sites, and web crawling in detail. The book finishes with a recap of best practices and a collection of examples that bring together everything you've learned and illustrate various data science use cases. What You'll Learn Leverage well-established best practices and commonly-used Python packages Handle today's web, including JavaScript, cookies, and common web scraping mitigation techniques Understand the managerial and legal concerns regarding web scraping Who This Book is For A data science oriented audience that is probably already familiar with Python or another programming language or analytical toolkit (R, SAS, SPSS, etc). Students or instructors in university courses may also benefit. Readers unfamiliar with Python will appreciate a quick Python primer in chapter 1 to catch up with the basics and provide pointers to other guides as well.

2018-04-19

a web for every one

学习怎样设计一个网站。(英文版)In this book, we will present a design approach that begins and ends with people. We believe that great design starts by thinking about how to make products work for everyone. We will take a broad view, looking beyond the idea of an average user in a typical setting to explore the widest range of user abilities and contexts that we can imagine. Expanding “design thinking” to include all people, we might call it “accessibility thinking,” which is using design thinking for accessibility.

2018-04-18

两天3人的吐血面试经历

发表于 2009-04-23 最后回复 2017-10-30

request 无法获取cookie

发表于 2017-01-14 最后回复 2017-01-16

招人真难啊

发表于 2012-07-30 最后回复 2017-01-14

下载频道download.csdn.net搜索不能用了嘛?

发表于 2015-07-15 最后回复 2017-01-14

你们的Myeclipse都是正版的?

发表于 2008-07-05 最后回复 2015-05-26

netbeans网站被攻击了?

发表于 2008-07-08 最后回复 2015-05-26

我认为netbeans的发展有方向性问题

发表于 2008-07-09 最后回复 2015-05-26

netbeans6.5下载成功。

发表于 2008-07-09 最后回复 2015-05-26

今天去了购书中心。。。。

发表于 2008-07-10 最后回复 2015-05-26

关于需求,说句题外话

发表于 2008-07-13 最后回复 2015-05-26

外国人的脑袋一定被很多门夹过

发表于 2008-07-13 最后回复 2015-05-26

海尔的东西真是超级烂。。。。。。

发表于 2008-07-13 最后回复 2015-05-26

sun的论坛都坏掉了?

发表于 2008-07-14 最后回复 2015-05-26

写了个netbeans的easyExplorer的插件

发表于 2008-07-14 最后回复 2015-05-26

有用的邮件列表

发表于 2008-07-16 最后回复 2015-05-26

myeclipse的主页也访问不了了?

发表于 2008-07-17 最后回复 2015-05-26

靠,不会吧?

发表于 2008-07-17 最后回复 2015-05-26

说句脏话,我就f***.....

发表于 2008-07-20 最后回复 2015-05-26

水贴,尾大的java啊。。。。。

发表于 2008-07-23 最后回复 2015-05-26

问一下myeclipse的数据库视图

发表于 2008-07-23 最后回复 2015-05-26

致所有新学java的。。。。。。。。。。。。

发表于 2008-07-31 最后回复 2015-05-26

怎么把JMenuBar加到JPanel上?

发表于 2009-03-25 最后回复 2015-05-26

我觉得吧。。。。。。

发表于 2009-04-03 最后回复 2015-05-26

唉,有的时候,真想买块豆腐,把自己撞死。。。。。。

发表于 2009-04-01 最后回复 2015-05-26

如果你做项目经理

发表于 2009-04-01 最后回复 2015-05-26

Microsoft 准备竞购SUN

发表于 2009-04-01 最后回复 2015-05-26

javafx怎么不显示dos窗口?

发表于 2009-03-23 最后回复 2015-05-26

卧槽泥马勒戈壁

发表于 2009-03-18 最后回复 2015-05-26

推荐一个共享网站

发表于 2009-03-25 最后回复 2015-05-26

哈哈哈哈哈

发表于 2009-03-25 最后回复 2015-05-26

哈哈哈哈哈

发表于 2009-03-25 最后回复 2015-05-26

大学生要毕业了吗?

发表于 2009-03-24 最后回复 2015-05-26

人气不够啊

发表于 2009-03-17 最后回复 2015-05-26

我很抱歉,我真的很抱歉。。。。。。。

发表于 2009-03-21 最后回复 2015-05-26

关于google的浏览器

发表于 2009-03-16 最后回复 2015-05-26

我操他妈的opensaloris

发表于 2009-04-08 最后回复 2015-05-26

恐怖啊。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。

发表于 2009-04-07 最后回复 2015-05-26

ibm 和sun未能成交

发表于 2009-04-06 最后回复 2015-05-26

为什么java栏目排在。net技术栏目下面啊?

发表于 2009-03-30 最后回复 2015-05-26

The problem is choice.

发表于 2008-08-30 最后回复 2012-05-03

空空如也
提示
确定要删除当前文章?
取消 删除