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10. TOPIC: PERFORMANCE AND SCALABILITY PERSPECTIVE

Safari Content Team Safari Books Online ePub

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Software Performance and Scalability: A Quantitative Approach, by Henry H. Liu, Wiley-Blackwell.

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Applied Software Project Management, by Andrew Stellman; Jennifer Greene, OReilly Media, Inc.

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Software Testing, by Brian Hambling; Angelina Samaroo, British Informatics Society Limited.

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Software Testing Practice: Test Management, by Andreas Spillner; Tilo Linz; Thomas Rossner; Mario Winter, Rocky Nook.

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Web Performance Daybook Volume 2, by Stoyan Stefanov, OReilly Media, Inc.

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Software Requirements, Second Edition, by Karl E. Wiegers, Microsoft Press

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Advanced Software Testing - Vol. 1, by Rex Black, Rocky Nook

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Software Testing, by Brian Hambling; Peter Morgan; Angelina Samaroo; Geoff Thompson; Peter Williams, British Informatics Society Limited.

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Software Optimization for High-Performance Computing, by Kevin R. Wadleigh; Isom L. Crawford, Prentice Hall.

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Java Performance, by Charlie Hunt; Binu John, Prentice Hall.

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InDesign XML Publishing: College Catalog Case Study

Dorothy Hoskins O'Reilly Media ePub

Most people look at InDesign as a layout tool for highly styled graphic designs that are rich with color and typographic controls. In some cases, users also have explored how to import data into tables or how to export InDesign as HTML. InDesign CS is fully capable of all these things, but if a person is exploring XML, it is usually because someone has said, "Hey, we need to use XML so that we can make web pages and PDFs and everything out of the same content." Perhaps the organization is already using XML for the web site, and someone has seen that InDesign can work with XML. Or someone has used InDesign and wonders how to extract the content from InDesign in a way that a web service or other application can use it.

In any event, although InDesign can do some pretty useful XML importing and exporting, Adobe does not see this as a feature intended for typical users. Their demos are business card templates and cookbooks, and making XML that will match what another application or process uses is not the focus of their examples. However, Adobe has provided a number of features in InDesign for importing, creating, and exporting XML, which we will cover in this Short Cut.

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CHAPTER ONE Headaches and brain injury

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linicians and researchers have long been puzzled by patients presenting with enduring problems following brain injury.

Literature on mild brain injury, post-concussion symptoms, and post traumatic headaches frequently reports the lack of symptom specificity, the controversies and complexities surrounding the existence of such problems, and the rarity of good studies helping to identify their causes and consequences. Consequently, doctors and therapists have often felt paralysed in their attempts to offer helpful treatments for headache patients.

This chapter attempts to present the available knowledge about headaches and brain injury in a structured way. By showing that an understanding of the condition and its psychological treatment is possible, despite weaknesses in medical or scientific descriptions, scaffolding for later sections of the book will be provided.

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1 La Rioja Footprints

Pérez-Lorente, Félix Indiana University Press ePub

THE SPANISH PROVINCE OF LA RIOJA IS AN AREA OF THE WORLD where a huge number of dinosaur footprints have been found, with many more likely yet to be discovered. This hilly region has many rock slopes with layers so full of tracks that, if the vegetation, loose rock, and debris could be removed, would yield from 8000 to as many as 25,000 footprints. Using the best estimates from some slopes – that is, the maximum estimate from that partial data – there may be as many as 70,000 footprints.

Many of the footprints are so easy to see that the first people to discover them were likely shepherds or hunters who passed through the area. However, the identity of the first person to correctly interpret them is another question. The footprints are so evocative that the inhabitants of the region have long associated them with animals. In the villages of Enciso, El Villar, and Poyales, there were people who thought the footprints now understood to be those of theropod dinosaurs had been made by giant chickens. In the village of Navalsaz, it was said that the ornithopod footprints of the Cuesta de Andorra had been made by huge lions. It is difficult to know exactly how long such claims have been made, whether the local population even knew about wild animals such as lions, or whether this interpretation was offered by visitors to the region.

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