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Clever Algorithms: Nature-Inspired Programming Recipes By Jason Brownlee
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This book provides a handbook of algorithmic recipes from the fields of Metaheuristics, Biologically Inspired Computation and Computational Intelligence that have been described in a complete,... More > consistent, and centralized manner. These standardized descriptions were carefully designed to be accessible, usable, and understandable. Most of the algorithms described in this book were originally inspired by biological and natural systems, such as the adaptive capabilities of genetic evolution and the acquired immune system, and the foraging behaviors of birds, bees, ants and bacteria. An encyclopedic algorithm reference, this book is intended for research scientists, engineers, students, and interested amateurs. Each algorithm description provides a working code example in the Ruby Programming Language.< Less
Principles of Statistics By David Krus
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Statistical textbook for the computer age, where the methods of analysis and procedures for interpretation of data, from simple to advanced, are conceptualized by using the paradigm defining... More > statistics as a modern successor of epistemology, an integral part of the nomological network of scientific investigations. The description of methods of statistical analysis is complemented by a step-by-step analysis of minute data matrices consisting of different arrangements of numbers 1 2 3 4 5 and by simplified examples of real-life research projects to minimize anxiety, improve learning, and maximize interest in quantitative scientific investigations. The authors of textbooks on statistics seldom show you how the analysis is actually done. They often try to impress you with their tremendous cleverness by going about it in the most difficult way. This book describes the core algorithms of the general linear model of statistics that will show you how the data analysis is really done.< Less
Principles of Statistics By David Krus
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Statistical textbook for the computer age, where the methods of analysis and procedures for interpretation of data, from simple to advanced, are conceptualized by using the paradigm defining... More > statistics as a modern successor of epistemology, an integral part of the nomological network of scientific investigations. The description of methods of statistical analysis is complemented by a step-by-step analysis of minute data matrices consisting of different arrangements of numbers 1 2 3 4 5 and by simplified examples of real-life research projects to minimize anxiety, improve learning, and maximize interest in quantitative scientific investigations. The authors of textbooks on statistics seldom show you how the analysis is actually done. They often try to impress you with their tremendous cleverness by going about it in the most difficult way. This book describes the core algorithms of the general linear model of statistics that will show you how the data analysis is really done.< Less
The Weedy Mead Chronicles 103 Consciousness Stirs By Timothy Mead
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... but in a general, ‘commonsense’, practical way, our cognition is a matter of input, and whatever goes on in the black box, and output. And some of that output is available to our... More > subjective awareness, ... as opposed to BITS, SEQUENCES, RECURSIONS, ALGORITHMS, operations structured by physical arrangements structured by what-they-are-made-of-and-the-laws-of-physics-and-chemistry, courtesy of the nature of reality and the history of the ‘world’. And we are back to a TRICK, but a very clever and rather complicated trick, whereby the FACT of consciousness AS AN EMERGENT PHENOMENON has give rise to the POSSIBILITY of discrimination, of identification, of reference, of the CREATION of ‘higher’ cognitive ‘faculties’, and of LANGUAGE. And o-o-o-h boy! ... isn’t that EXACTLY where we started?< Less