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November 21, 2014

Test-Driven Development with Python

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Test-Driven Development with Python CONTENTS I. The Basics of TDD and Django 1. Getting Django Set Up Using a Functional Test 2. Extending Our Functional Test Using the unittest Module 3. Testing a Simple Home Page with Unit Tests 4. What Are We Doing with All These Tests? 5. Saving User Input 6. Getting to the Minimum Viable Site II. Web Development Sine Qua Nons 7. Prettification: Layout and Styling, and What to Test About It 8. Testing Deployment Using a Staging Site 9. Automating Deployment with Fabric 10. Input Validation and Test Organisation 11. A Simple Form 12. More Advanced Forms 13. Dipping Our Toes, Very Tentatively, into JavaScript 14. Deploying Our New Code III. More Advanced...

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November 19, 2014

Essential Coding Theory

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Essential Coding Theory I: Basics Chapter 1: The Fundamental Question Chapter 2: A Look at Some Nicely Behaved Codes: Linear Codes Chapter 3: Probability as Fancy Counting and the q-ary Entropy Function II: Combinatorics Chapter 4: What Can and Cannot Be Done-I Chapter 5: The Greatest Code of Them All: Reed-Solomon Codes Chapter 6: What Happens When the Noise is Stochastic: Shannon's Theorem Chapter 7: Bridging the Gap Between Shannon and Hamming: List Decoding Chapter 8: What Cannot be Done- II III: Code Constructions Chapter 9: From Large to Small Alphabets: Code Concatenation Chapter 10: Codes from Graphs: Expander Codes IV: Algorithms Chapter 11: Decoding Concatenated Codes Chapter 12: Efficiently Achieving the Capacity of the BSCp Chapter...

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November 13, 2014

Handbook of Diagnostic Radiology Physics

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Handbook of Diagnostic Radiology Physics 1. FUN DAMENTALS OF ATOMIC AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS 1.1. Introduction 1.2. Classification of Radiation 1.2.1. Electromagnetic radiation 1.2.2. Particulate radiation 1.2.3. Ionizing and non-ionizing radiations 1.3. Atomic and Nuclear Structure 1.3.1. Basic definitions 1.3.2. Atomic structure 1.4. X rays7 1.4.1. The production of characteristic X rays and Auger electrons 1.4.2. Radiation from an accelerated charge, bremsstrahlung 2. Interactions of Radiation With Matter 2.1. Introduction 2.2. Interactions of photons with matter 2.2.1. Photoelectric effect 2.2.2. Thomson scattering 2.2.3. Coherent (Rayleigh) scattering 2.2.4. Compton scattering by free electrons 2.2.5. Scattering and energy transfer coefficients 2.2.6. Incoherent scattering 2.2.7. Pair and triplet production 2.3. Photon Attenuation Coefficients 2.4. INTERACTIONS OF ELECTRONS WITH MATTE R 2.4.1. Ionizational (collisional) interactions and ionizational stopping power 2.4.2. Radiative...

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November 10, 2014

Management of Disused Sealed Radioactive Sources

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MANAGEMENT OF DISUSED SEALED RADIOACTIVE SOURCES TOC 1. INTRODUCTION 2. CHARACTERISTICS OF SEALED RADIOACTIVE SOURCES 2.1. Radiological, physical and chemical characteristics 2.2. Structure and design 2.3. Dimensions 2.4. Physical condition 3. CATEGORIZATION AND CLASSIFICATION 3.1. Rationale for radioactive source categorization 3.2. The IAEA source categorization system 3.3. The IAEA security grouping of sources 3.4. The ISO source classification 4. APPLICATIONS, DEVICES AND ASSOCIATED SEALED SOURCES 4.1. Devices and Category 1 sources 4.1.1. Radioisotope thermoelectric generators 4.1.2. Irradiators 4.1.3. Teletherapy machines 4.1.4. Fixed, multibeam teletherapy (Gamma KnifeĀ®) machines 4.2. Devices and Category 2 sources 4.3. Devices and Category 3 sources 4.3.1. Fixed industrial gauges 4.3.2. Well logging gauges 4.3.3. Pacemakers 4.4. Devices and Category 4 sources 4.4.1. Low dose rate brachytherapy sources 4.4.2. Thickness/fill level gauges 4.4.3. Portable...

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March 1, 2013

Finite Dimensional Linear Systems

Finite Dimensional Linear Systems TOC 1 LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 1. Linear Independence and Linear Mappings 2. Uniqueness of Solutions Given the State: Linearization 3. The Transition Matrix 4. Three Properties of FLUX 5. Matrix Exponentials 6. Inhomogeneous Linear Equations 7. Adjoint Equations 8. Periodic Homogeneous Equations: Reducibility 9. Periodic Inhomogeneous Equations 10. Some Basic Results of Asymptotic Behavior II. Linear Matrix Equations 2 LINEAR SYSTEMS 12. Structure of Linear Mappings 13. Controllability 14. Observability 15. Weighting Patterns and Minimal Realizations 16. Stationary Weighting Patterns: Frequency Response 17. Realization Theory for Time-Invariant Systems 18. McMillan 3 LEAST SQUARES THEORY 20. Minimization in Inner Product Spaces 2l. Free End-Point Problems 22. Fixed End-Point Problems 23. Time-Invariant Problems 24. Canonical Equations, Conjugate Points, and Focal Points 25. Frequency Response Inequalities 26. Scalar...

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