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The Trading Book: A Complete Solution to Mastering Technical Systems and Trading Psychology

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The Trading Book: A Complete Solution to Mastering Technical Systems and Trading Psychology by Anne-Marie Baiynd
2011 | ISBN: 0071766499 | English | 272 Pages | EPUB | 6 MB

The Trading Book: A Complete Solution to Mastering Technical Systems and Trading Psychology
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You don't have to be a professional trader to win big in the stock market. That's what Anne-Marie Baiynd learned when she changed her career from neuroscience researcher to full-time momentum trader. Now, with her popular website and this brilliant new book, she teaches other traders how to master the market using her proven combination of analytics and psychology. The Trading Book shows you how to:

Master the power of technical trading
Increase profits using probabilities and pattern recognition
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Discover the benefits of waves and fibs
Embrace the habits of highly effective traders

This one-of-a-kind guide goes beyond the numbers and statistics to show you the complex psychology behind the trades-from the greatest gains to the hardest losses. You'll discover how other traders deal with making counterintuitive decisions; how to use technical indicators to identify the momentum and direction of the markets; and how to achieve your long-term financial goals through discipline, dedication, and endurance.

Filled with insightful case studies, interviews, exercises, and guidelines for keeping a personal trading journal, this is than a crash course for beginners or an industry guide for experts. This is the book on trading.
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Contemporary Views on Architecture and Representations in Phonology (Current Studies in Linguistics)

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Contemporary Views on Architecture and Representations in Phonology (Current Studies in Linguistics) by Eric Raimy
English | 2009 | ISBN: 026218270X | 428 Pages | PDF | 2 MB
The essays in this volume address foundational questions in phonology that cut across different schools of thought within the discipline.

Contemporary Views on Architecture and Representations in Phonology (Current Studies in Linguistics)
The theme of modularity runs through them all, however, and these essays demonstrate the benefits of the modular approach to phonology, either investigating interactions among distinct modules or developing specific aspects of representation within a particular module. Although the contributors take divergent views on a range of issues, they agree on the importance of representations and questions of modularity in phonology. Their essays address the status of phonological features, syllable theory, metrical structure, the architecture of the phonological component, and interaction among components of phonology. In the early 1990s the rise of Optimality Theory which suggested that pure computation would solve the problems of representations and modularity eclipsed the centrality of these issues for phonology. This book is unique in offering a coherent view of phonology that is not Optimality Theory based. The essays in this book, all by distinguished phonologists, demonstrate that computation and representation are inherently linked; they do not deny Optimality Theory, but attempt to move the field of phonology beyond it.
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Discipline Of Architecture

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Discipline Of Architecture by Andrzej Piotrowski
English | 2000 | ISBN: 0816636648 | 344 Pages | PDF | 3 MB
Architecture A polemical look at how architectural knowledge is produced, disseminated, and received.

Discipline Of Architecture
In the vast literature on architectural theory and practice, the ways in which architectural knowledge is actually taught, debated, and understood are too often ignored. The essays collected in this groundbreaking volume address the current state of architecture as an academic and professional discipline. The issues considered range from the form and content of architectural education to the architect's social and environmental obligations and the emergence of a new generation of architects. Often critical of the current paradigm, these essays offer a provocative challenge to accepted assumptions about the production, dissemination, and reception of architectural knowledge. Contributors: Sherry Ahrentzen, U of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Stanford Anderson, MIT; Carol Burns, Harvard U; Russell Ellis, UC Berkeley; Thomas Fisher, U of Minnesota; Linda Groat, U of Michigan; Kay Bea Jones, Ohio State U; David Leatherbarrow, U of Pennsylvania; A. G. Krishna Menon, TVB School of Habitat Studies, India; Garth Rockcastle, U of Minnesota; Michael Stanton, American U, Beirut; Sharon E. Sutton, U of Washington; David J. T. Vanderburgh, Universit Catholique de Louvain, Belgium; and Donald Watson, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Andrzej Piotrowski is associate professor of architecture and Julia Williams Robinson is professor of architecture, both at the University of Minnesota. Translation Inquiries: University of Minnesota Press.
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“Video Search and Mining” ed. by Dan Schonfeld, Caifeng Shan, Dacheng Tao, and LiangWang

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"Video Search and Mining" ed. by Dan Schonfeld, Caifeng Shan, Dacheng Tao, and LiangWang
Studies in Computational Intelligence, 287
Springer | 2010 | ISBN: 3642128998 9783642129001 9783642128998 | 386 pages | PDF | 7 MB
This book provides an overview of emerging new approaches to video search and mining based on promising methods being developed in the computer vision and image analysis community. The objective of this book is to present the latest advances in video search and mining covering both theoretical approaches and practical applications.

“Video Search and Mining” ed. by Dan Schonfeld, Caifeng Shan, Dacheng Tao, and LiangWang
Video search and mining is a rapidly evolving discipline whose aim is to capture interesting patterns in video data. It has become one of the core areas in the data mining research community. In comparison to other types of data mining (e.g. text), video mining is still in its infancy.
The book provides researchers and practitioners a comprehensive understanding of the start-of-the-art in video search and mining techniques and a resource for potential applications and successful practice.
This book can also serve as an important reference tool and handbook for researchers and practitioners in video search and mining.

Contents
Preface
Object Trajectory Analysis in Video Indexing and Retrieval Applications
Trajectory Clustering for Scene Context Learning and Outlier Detection
Motion Trajectory-Based Video Retrieval, Classification, and Summarization
Three Dimensional Information Extraction and Applications to Video Analysis
Statistical Analysis on Manifolds and Its Applications to Video Analysis*
Semantic Video Content Analysis
Video Genre Inference Based on Camera Capturing Models
Visual Concept Learningfrom Weakly Labeled Web Videos
Face Recognition and Retrieval in Video
A Human-Centered Computing Framework to Enable Personalized News Video Recommendation
A Holistic, In-Compression Approach to Mininglndependent Motion Segments for Massive Surveillance Video Collections
Video Repeat Recognition and Mining by Visual Features
Mining TV Broadcasts 24/7 for Recurring Video Sequences
YouTube Scale, Large Vocabulary Video Annotation
Author Index
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Information Visualisation: Techniques, Usability and Evaluation

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Information Visualisation: Techniques, Usability and Evaluation by Ebad Banissi, Francis T. Marchese, Camilla Forsell, Jimmy Johansson
2014 | ISBN: 1443859818 | English | 290 pages | PDF | 5 MB

Information Visualisation: Techniques, Usability and Evaluation
Information visualisation is the field of study that is concerned with the development of methods for transforming abstract, complex data into visual representations in order to make that data more easily communicable and understandable. This volume reviews recent developments in information visualisation techniques, their application, and methods for their evaluation. It offers a wide range of examples of applied information visualisation from across disciplines such as history, art, the humanities, science and technology. Beginning with an examination of its medieval origins, it presents theoretical and applied approaches to information representation, including two and three-dimensional cartographic rendering and navigation techniques. In addition, it explores the language of shapes and how it can be employed to further the visualisation of multifaceted data. As a whole, this collection emphasises the important role that the visualisation process plays in extracting, analysing, and presenting the hidden layers of meaning found within large and complex data sets. It includes contributions from an international collection of researchers and authors. It is an introduction to the discipline of information visualisation, its current state of affairs, and its future trends. It includes a discussion of information visualisation's origins, providing an important historical context for the field. It is a comprehensive review of methods for shaping and rendering two and three-dimensional representations of abstract information. It covers the visualisation of interconnected networks of data in order to extract their causal relationships. It presents an approach to hierarchical structuring and re-structuring of information by applying methods of two-dimensional data mapping. It covers application of common metaphors for visualizing computer code, and visualisation analysis of historical events and their relationships. It includes a review of methods for evaluating information visualization tools, concepts, and methodologies, and recommendations for their application.
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ERM – Enterprise Risk Management: Issues and Cases

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ERM – Enterprise Risk Management: Issues and Cases by Jean-Paul Louisot and Christopher Ketcham
English | 2014 | ISBN: 1118539524 | pages | PDF | 8,6 MB

ERM – Enterprise Risk Management: Issues and Cases
A wealth of international case studies illustrating current issues and emerging best practices in enterprise risk management

Despite enterprise risk management's relative newness as a recognized business discipline, the marketplace is replete with guides and references for ERM practitioners. Yet, until now, few case studies illustrating ERM in action have appeared in the literature. One reason for this is that, until recently, there were many disparate, even conflicting definitions of what, exactly ERM is and, more importantly, how organizations can use it to utmost advantage. With efforts underway, internationally, to mandate ERM and to standardize ERM standards and practices, the need has never been greater for an authoritative resource offering risk management professionals authoritative coverage of the full array of contemporary ERM issues and challenges. Written by two recognized international thought leaders in the field, ERM-Enterprise Risk Management provides that and much more.

Packed with international cases studies illustrating ERM best practices applicable across all industry sectors and business models
Explores contemporary issues, including quantitative and qualitative measures, as well as potential pitfalls and challenges facing today's enterprise risk managers
Includes interviews with leading risk management theorists and practitioners, as well as risk managers from a variety of industries
An indispensable working resource for risk management practitioners everywhere and a valuable reference for researchers, providing the latest empirical evidence and an exhaustive bibliography
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New Directions in Local History Since Hoskins

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New Directions in Local History Since Hoskins by Christopher Dyer and Andrew Hopper
English | 2011-10-01 | ISBN: 1907396128 | PDF | 288 pages | 5 MB

New Directions in Local History Since Hoskins
Utilizing the techniques developed by renowned local historian W. G. Hoskins in his landmark study published 50 years ago, Local History in England, this book demonstrates how local history has evolved as a discipline over the last half century. Fifteen historians write about a variety of local history subjects that are significant in their own right but which also point to current trends in the field. They show how local historians use their sources systematically, from the nonverbal evidence of buildings to various types of electronic sources. All periods between the middle ages and the early twenty-first century are explored, covering many parts of England from Skye to the Kent coast and discussing topics that include social, economic, religious, legal, intellectual, and cultural history.
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Blood Science: Principles and Pathology

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Blood Science: Principles and Pathology by Andrew Blann and Nessar Ahmed
English | 2014 | ISBN: 111835138X, 1118351460 | 556 pages | PDF | 22 MB

Blood Science: Principles and Pathology
Blood Science is a relatively new discipline which merges biochemistry, haematology, immunology, transfusion science and genetics. This bringing together of traditional disciplines requires a corresponding change in education and training for healthcare scientists and is written in response to this emerging need.

An introduction to the subject and an overview of the techniques used in blood science are followed by a series of chapters based on groups of analytes investigated in blood – red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets, followed by the constituents of plasma, including waste products, electrolytes, glucose, lipids, enzymes, hormones, nutrients, drugs, poisons and others.

Each chapter is supported by learning objectives, summaries and further information, and a focus is given to chapter specific case studies with interpretation to demonstrate how laboratory data in conjunction with clinical details is utilised when investigating patients with actual or suspected disease. Finally, a separate chapter offers more detailed case reports that integrate the different aspects of blood science.

Undergraduate students taking blood science modules as part of their BSc programmes in Biomedical and Healthcare Sciences will appreciate the level of integration between clinical biochemistry and haematology. In addition, this book will provide suitable initial reading for those students embarking on blood science modules on MSc programmes and will be of value to new graduates entering the profession and starting their career in blood science departments by supplementing practice-based training with the required theoretical underpinning.
Blood Science is a relatively new discipline which merges biochemistry, haematology, immunology, transfusion science and genetics. This bringing together of traditional disciplines requires a corresponding change in education and training for healthcare scientists and is written in response to this emerging need.

An introduction to the subject and an overview of the techniques used in blood science are followed by a series of chapters based on groups of analytes investigated in blood – red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets, followed by the constituents of plasma, including waste products, electrolytes, glucose, lipids, enzymes, hormones, nutrients, drugs, poisons and others.

Each chapter is supported by learning objectives, summaries and further information, and a focus is given to chapter specific case studies with interpretation to demonstrate how laboratory data in conjunction with clinical details is utilised when investigating patients with actual or suspected disease. Finally, a separate chapter offers more detailed case reports that integrate the different aspects of blood science.

Undergraduate students taking blood science modules as part of their BSc programmes in Biomedical and Healthcare Sciences will appreciate the level of integration between clinical biochemistry and haematology. In addition, this book will provide suitable initial reading for those students embarking on blood science modules on MSc programmes and will be of value to new graduates entering the profession and starting their career in blood science departments by supplementing practice-based training with the required theoretical underpinning.

This book is approved by the Institute of Biomedical Science and written by its expert writers, many of whom work on the Institute’s advisory panels.
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Pharmacology: Connections to Nursing Practice (2nd Edition)

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Pharmacology: Connections to Nursing Practice (2nd Edition) by Michael Adams and Carol Urban
English | 2012 | ISBN: 0132814420 | 1536 pages | PDF | 63,4 MB

Pharmacology: Connections to Nursing Practice (2nd Edition)
PHARMACOLOGY: CONNECTIONS TO NURSING PRACTICE, 2/e tightly links pharmacology to nursing practice and patient care, recognizing that for nurses, pharmacology is not an abstract academic discipline but rather a critical tool to prevent disease and promote healing and wellness. It offers unsurpassed features designed to illuminate connections between pharmacology and practice, from patient scenarios and practice applications to coverage of lifespan considerations, patient education, alternative therapies, and gender/cultural influences. Nine additional units illuminate the actions of individual drugs on each body system and disease. Learning is simplified through the use of prototype drugs, as well as outstanding full-color illustrations, complemented by 45 web-based animations. This edition covers 30+ new drugs, and offers updated information about dosages, indications, and adverse effects throughout, including Black Box Warnings.
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