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Breaking Network Logjams [1501 kb]
Abstract: An approach called network coding could dramatically enhance the efficiency and reliability ofcommunications networks. At its core is the strange notion that transmitting evidence about messagescan be more useful than conveying the messages themselves. 
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Create Advanced Web Applications With Object-Oriented Techniques [926 kb]
Abstract: It was only when I started working on real-worldAJAX applications that I realized how inadequate my JavaScript actually was. The complexity and interactivityof this new generation of Web applications requires a totally different approach to writing JavaScript code.
These are serious JavaScript applications! The way we’ve been writing our throwaway scripts simply doesn’tcut it anymore. 
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Flot API manual [673 kb]
Abstract: Reference manual for the FLOT java plotting API 
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Frequency Domain Using Excel [104 kb]
Abstract: Waveforms plotted in Excel generally show the magnitude (Y-axis) versus time (X-axis). Data in Time Domain.) Knowing the period T of the waveform, the frequency can be calculated.
Sometimes experiments call for the “harmonic content” of a reproduced waveform. The harmonic content is a display of the magnitude of the waveform (Y-axis) versus the frequency (X-axis). This is sometimes called the frequency spectrum and it allows you to visualize a waveform according to its frequency content. The following steps will guide you to translate a waveform from the time domain to the frequency domain using Excel. 
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Graphics the hsl color model [668 kb]
Abstract: HSL is another way to describe colour with 3 parameters. RGB is the way computer screens work, but not very intuitive. HSL is more intuitive, but you need to convert it to RGB before you can draw a pixel with it. The nicest application of this colour model is that you can easily create rainbow gradients or change the colour, lightness or saturation of an image with this colour model. 
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How to Perform Twos Complement [39 kb]
Abstract: Overview: Remember, we are trying to convince ourselves that we can encodeinformation using binary switches. Specifically, we are trying to encode numbers.We saw that if we choose a simple, well-behaved integer, like 23, we can convertthis base ten number to a base two binary number. But the sceptic in us said:what if the number isn’t so well behaved? What if the number is, goodness forbid,a nasty NEGATIVE number? Then what? And the answer is: we use an encodingscheme called Two’s Complement. 
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Long pole problem [81 kb]
Abstract: Find the length of the longest rigid (and slender) pole that can becarried around the intersection of two hallways (one of width ´X´and the other of width ´Y´) if the pole axis is kept parallel tothe plane of the floor when it turns around the corner. 
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Making annoying rainbows in javascript [594 kb]
Abstract: This is a tutorial on how to produce sequences of discrete colors, for use in fonts,graphics or tables, such as in the color strips shown here, or the title of this article.
Obviously you can make a webpage look incredibly annoying if you overuse thistechnique (and by overuse, I mean use at all), but you may have fun learning to do it,and you will improve your javascript skills, and your understanding of how colors work. 
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Mandelbrot Real Time Escape wikibooks [2341 kb]
Abstract: Using different real time escape functions with the Mandelbrot set. 
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Microsoft Indexing Service How-To [604 kb]
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