Processor And Main Memory

How Computers Work: Processor And Main Memory (Second Edition)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Jan. 24, 2017
How Computers Work: Processor And Main Memory (Second Edition)

How Computers Work: Processor And Main Memory (Second Edition) by Roger Young
English | Apr. 17, 2009 | ISBN: 1442113987 | 158 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

Computers are the most complex machines that have ever been created. This book will tell you how they work, and no technical knowledge is required. It explains in great detail the operation of a simple but functional computer. Although transistors are mentioned, relays are used in the example circuitry for simplicity.

How Computers Work: Processor and Main Memory  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tot167 at May 27, 2008
How Computers Work: Processor and Main Memory

Roger Young “How Computers Work: Processor and Main Memory"
1st Books Library | 2002-08-01 | ISBN: 1403325820 | 152 pages | PDF | 1,1 Mb
Smart Polymer Nanocomposites: Energy Harvesting, Self-Healing and Shape Memory Applications

Smart Polymer Nanocomposites: Energy Harvesting, Self-Healing and Shape Memory Applications (Springer Series on Polymer and Composite Materials) by Deepalekshmi Ponnamma
English | 30 Mar. 2017 | ISBN: 3319504231 | 397 Pages | PDF | 12.01 MB

This book covers smart polymer nanocomposites with perspectives for application in energy harvesting, as self-healing materials, or shape memory materials. The book is application-oriented and describes different types of polymer nanocomposites,

Limits of the Secular: Social Experience and Cultural Memory  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Nice_smile) at Feb. 22, 2017
Limits of the Secular: Social Experience and Cultural Memory

Limits of the Secular: Social Experience and Cultural Memory by Kaustuv Roy
English | 2017 | ISBN: 3319486977 | 223 Pages | PDF | 1.51 MB
Heimat'  At the Intersection of Space and Memory MCM 14 (Media and Cultural Memory / Medien Und Kulturelle Erinnerung)

Heimat' At the Intersection of Space and Memory MCM 14 (Media and Cultural Memory / Medien Und Kulturelle Erinnerung) by Friedrike Eigler
English | 2012 | ISBN: 3110291878 | 263 Pages | PDF | 2.25 MB

Palestinian Women: Narrative histories and gendered memory  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at Feb. 6, 2017
Palestinian Women: Narrative histories and gendered memory

Palestinian Women: Narrative histories and gendered memory by Fatma Kassem
English | 2011 | ISBN: 184813424X, 1848134231 | 272 pages | PDF | 3 MB
Children and Cultural Memory in Texts of Childhood (Children's Literature and Culture)(Repost)

Children and Cultural Memory in Texts of Childhood (Children's Literature and Culture) by Heather Snell
English | 2013 | ISBN: 0415704731 | 252 Pages | PDF | 2.06 MB
A Family Occupation: Children of the War and the Memory of World War II in Dutch Literature of the 1980s

A Family Occupation: Children of the War and the Memory of World War II in Dutch Literature of the 1980s by Jolanda Vanderwal Taylor
English | June 1, 1997 | ISBN: 9053562214 9053562362 | 221 Pages | PDF | 13 MB

Many of today's Dutch writers were children during World War II. Even today, the traumatic childhood experience of enemy occupation is still central to the work of many of them. This interest cuts across the traditional boundaries between fiction, autobiography and the literature of trauma and recovery.

Enemies to Allies: Cold War Germany and American Memory  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by nebulae at Jan. 29, 2017
Enemies to Allies: Cold War Germany and American Memory

Brian C. Etheridge, "Enemies to Allies: Cold War Germany and American Memory"
English | ISBN: 0813166403 | 2016 | 383 pages | PDF | 7 MB

History and Cultural Memory in Neo-Victorian Fiction: Victorian Afterimages  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Jan. 15, 2017
History and Cultural Memory in Neo-Victorian Fiction: Victorian Afterimages

History and Cultural Memory in Neo-Victorian Fiction: Victorian Afterimages by Kate Mitchell
English | Aug. 15, 2010 | ISBN: 0230228585 | 233 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

In 1918 Ezra Pound coined the term ‘Victoriana’ as a way of pejoratively characterising the Victorian past: ‘For most of us, the odour of defunct Victoriana is so unpleasant ... that we are content to leave the past where we find it’ (cited in Gardiner, 2004: 168). In stark contrast to Pound’s confident marginalisation of the Victorian past at the outset of the twentieth century, a steady interest in things Victorian gained momentum in the second half of the same century until, in the final decades, a fascination with the period invaded film, television, trends in interior decoration, fashion, genealogy, advertising, museums, historical re-enactments, politics and scholarship about the Victorian period.