Download A Guide to Digital & Analogue Multimeters by Ian Poole (.ePUB)(.MOBI)

A Guide to Digital & Analogue Multimeters by Ian Poole
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Overview: The multimeter has been available in a variety of forms for very many years. It forms the mainstay of many test workshops and development laboratories. Measuring the basic quantities of voltage (AC & DC), current (AC & DC) and resistance the multimeter is able to make the main measurements required for many tests.

Nowadays with digital technology digital multimeters are able to make many more types of measurement from capacitance and inductance to frequency, time, temperature and much more. In order to make the best use of the multimeter, it is necessary to know how one works and what its limitations are. In this way, it is possible to utilise it more effectively, and in ways that are able to extend its use.

This book aims to provide an approachable grounding into both analogue and digital multimeter technology, explaining how they work,, what their specifications mean, their limitations, and most important of all how to use them. Some tricks of the trade are also revealed, enabling the reader to use these instruments in many new, interesting and useful ways.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational > Electrical Power

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Run to the Mountain: The Journals of Thomas Merton by Thomas Merton
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Overview: When Thomas Merton died accidentally in Bangkok in 1968, the beloved Trappist monk’s will specified that his personal diaries not be published for 25 years — presumably because they contained his uncensored thoughts and feelings. Now, a quarter of a century has passed since Merton’s death, and the journals are the last major piece of writing to appear by the 20th century’s most important spiritual writer.

The first of seven volumes, Run to the Mountain offers an intimate glimpse at the inner life of a young, pre-monastic Merton. Here readers will witness the insatiably curious graduate student in New York’s Greenwich Village give way to the tentative spiritual seeker and brilliant writer. Merton playfully lists everything from his favorite lines of poetry and songs to the things he most loves and hates.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational

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Ancient and Modern Religion and Politics: Negotiating Transitive Spaces and Hybrid Identities by John Randolph LeBlanc, Carolyn M. Jones Medine
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Overview: This book brings a variety of voices into conversation about the issues of identity, community, tension and violence, and peace in the West: from Sophocles to Alice Walker, from Lincoln to Martin Luther King, Jr. and from Euripides to Edward Said.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational

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Evolutionary Worlds Without End by Henry Plotkin
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Overview: The book examines the issue of whether there is any general theory in the biological and social sciences that has similar explanatory power to the general theories of physics. Specifically selection theory and niche construction are deemed to have wide explanatory scope within the transformation of species, certain forms of learning and knowledge gain, the operation of the vertebrate immune system, and the way science itself operates as a process. Cultural change in general is also assessed as a possible consequence of selection processes. It is concluded that in addition to the selection and construction processes themselves, the complexity of the multiple forms of co-evolving selection processes operating at different levels of selection must be considered as an essential part of any general theory.
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You Can Do a Graphic Novel by Barbara Slate
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Overview: Get that story out of your head and onto paper!
A guide to creating graphic novels- presented in the form of a graphic novel- from a veteran in the field!
In You Can Do a Graphic Novel, Barbara Slate guides aspiring graphic novelists through the same process she learned in her early days working for Marvel and DC Comics-a process she has simplified for the classes she teaches and for the syndicated column she writes. Written in the form of a graphic novel itself, the book covers all the components and shows readers how to:
•Find their own drawing style regardless of ability
•Create memorable characters, compelling plots and subplots, and engaging dialog
•Traverse the graphic novel business
Genre: Nonfiction | Educational | Art

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Download Ancient Ethnography by Eran Almagor, Joseph Skinner (.PDF)

Ancient Ethnography: New Approaches by Eran Almagor, Joseph Skinner
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Overview: Ethnographic writing has become all but ubiquitous in recent years. Although now considered a thoroughly modern and increasingly indispensable field of study, Ethnography’s roots go all the way back to antiquity. This volume brings together eleven original essays exploring the wider intellectual and cultural milieux from which ancient ethnography arose, its transformation and development in antiquity, and the way in which 19th century receptions of ethnographic traditions helped shape the modern study of the ancient world. Finally, it addresses the extent to which all these themes remain inextricably intertwined with shifting and often highly contested notions of culture, power and identity. Its chapters deal with the origins of the term ‘barbarian’, the role of ethnography in Tacitus’ Germania, Plutarch’s Lives, Xenophon’s Anabasis, and Athenaeus’ Deipnosophistae, Herodotean storytelling, Henry and George Rawlinson, and Megasthenes’ treatise on India.

At a time when modern ethnographies are becoming increasingly prevalent, wide-ranging, and experimental in their approach to describing cultural difference, this book encourages us to think about ancient ethnography in new and interesting ways, highlighting the wealth of material available for study and the complexities underpinning ancient and modern notions of what it meant to be Greek, Roman or ‘barbarian’.
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Providing Sound Foundations for Cryptography by Oded Goldreich (ACM Books)
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Overview: Cryptography is concerned with the construction of schemes that withstand any abuse. A cryptographic scheme is constructed so as to maintain a desired functionality, even under malicious attempts aimed at making it deviate from its prescribed behavior. The design of cryptographic systems must be based on firm foundations, whereas ad hoc approaches and heuristics are a very dangerous way to go. These foundations were developed mostly in the 1980s, in works that are all co-authored by Shafi Goldwasser and/or Silvio Micali. These works have transformed cryptography from an engineering discipline, lacking sound theoretical foundations, into a scientific field possessing a well-founded theory, which influences practice as well as contributes to other areas of theoretical computer science.

This book celebrates these works, which were the basis for bestowing the 2012 A.M. Turing Award upon Shafi Goldwasser and Silvio Micali. A significant portion of this book reproduces some of these works, and another portion consists of scientific perspectives by some of their former students. The highlight of the book is provided by a few chapters that allow the readers to meet Shafi and Silvio in person. These include interviews with them, their biographies and their Turing Award lectures.
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Berek and Novak’s Gynecology (15th Ed.) by Jonathan S. Berek
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Overview: Berek and Novak’s Gynecology is the gold standard text in general gynecology serving both as a comprehensive reference and a practical, clinically-oriented text.

This reference is not only a must-have product for residents in training, but it offers information for the practicing physician. The book covers the entire spectrum of women’s healthcare by offering guidance for the management of specific gynecologic conditions in eight sections. The first two sections cover principles of practice and initial assessment and the relevant basic science. The third section is on preventive and primary care for women, and the remaining five sections are directed at methods of diagnosis and management in general gynecology, operative general gynecology, urogynecology and pelvic reconstructive surgery, reproductive endocrinology, and gynecologic oncology. Features Include: Question/Answer bank for review online only; update on robotics in gynecology; Website to include images and fully searchable text; full-color design that helps users quickly facilitate information; and popular open design so customers can take important notes in the margins.

This text covers the basics of anatomy and physiology of the female reproductive tract and the management of complicated gynecologic conditions.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational > Medical > Gynecology

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The Invisible Killer: The Rising Global Threat of Air Pollution and How We Can Fight Back by Gary Fuller
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Overview: More than 90% of the world’s population is exposed to air pollutant concentrations exceeding World Health Organisation guideline levels. Having air that is healthy to breathe is one of the greatest challenges of the 21st Century. Some of this is unfinished business from the last 60 years, but as more and more of us live in cities, more of us are living close to pollution sources. Europe is wrestling with air pollution from diesel transport and in China and India they are facing air pollution problems that they have never met before. The air pollution that we breathe every day is largely invisible to us but it is having a significant impact on our health and that of our children. The Invisible Killer will take you on a journey from London to Los Angeles to Beijing, challenging our ideas of what creates air pollution and how we measure it, and introducing us to incredible individuals whose groundbreaking research paved the way to today’s understanding, often at their own detriment. Dr Fuller argues that to change the future of our planet and collective global health, city and national government action is essential. It is not for lack of evidence that air pollution harm persists. Instead it remains in place due to a lack of political will to make changes to our urban lives, to persuade the public and to make polluters bear the full cost of the harm that they do.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational

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