The Elements Of Style
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Ambler, Scott W.: The Elements of UML, Cambridge University Press, ISBN: 0521616786
einige Lagerspuren Editorial Reviews\n\nReview\nJust as Strunk & White's The Elements of Style provides rules of usage for writing in English, this text furnishes a set of rules for modeling in the Unified Modeling Language.\nIEEE Computer\n\nIt's fully loaded with information that can make your UML diagrams far better than most. That's because the author doesn't waste space. Once you get to the body of the book there are no blank pages, and few (if any) wasted words, just lots of recommendations for simple ways to improve your UML diagrams...In summary, this is an excellent book full of good advice on improving your UML 2.0 modeling.\nJavalobby\n\nPraise for Scott Ambler's previous books:\n\n...Scott Ambler's book delivers exactly what it promises--a robust look into building object applications.\nSoftware Development on Building Object Applications That Work (Cambridge, 1998)\n\n...the best book I've read that covers the basic fundamentals of object-oriented software engineering and process. It is easy to understand and is a must read for those new to OO.\nMike Stefano, New York Life Insurance Company, on The Object Primer (Cambridge, 2001)\n\nProduct Description\nFor all developers who create models using the Unified Modeling Language (UML) 2.x The Elements of UML(TM) 2.0 Style sets the rules for style that will improve your productivity - especially in teams, where understandability and consistency are critical. Coming from renowned UML expert Scott Ambler, the book furnishes a set of rules for modelling in the UML and describes a collection of standards and guidelines for creating effective UML diagrams that will be concise and easy to understand. It provides conventions for: Class diagrams; Timing Diagrams; Use case diagrams; Composite Structure Diagrams; Sequence diagrams; Interaction Overview Diagrams; Activity diagrams; Object diagrams; State machine diagrams; Package diagrams; Communication diagrams; Deployment diagrams and Component diagrams. The Elements of UML(TM) 2.0 Style sets the rules for style that will improve your productivity. , ISBN-13: 9780521616782
Dannenberg, Linda; Moulin, Pierre; Le Vec, Pierre. Pierre Deux's French Country: A Style and Sourcebook. New York, New York, U.S.A.: Clarkson Potter, 1984. ISBN: 0517547872
First edition 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. FIRST EDITION, SECOND PRINTING (10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2). 268 pages including index. Color photo illustrated. The book is in NEAR FINE condition with minor wear on lower edge. The jacket is in NEAR FINE condition with minor wear on spine ends and corners. JMVINTAGE specializes in the Duke & Duchess of Windsor books, magazines and other curious subjects. The jacket reads: "What has come to be known as the French country look is really the style of Provence-the sun-drenched region in the south of France centering on Arles, Avignon, and Aix-en-Provence. It is a land of cool stone chateaux, farmhouses painted in ochres and dusty roses, country roads bordered by rows of graceful cypress trees, fields of lavender, trellised grapevines, red tile roofs, ancient hilltop cities such as Les Baux, and the vivid blue of the Mediterranean along the Cote d' Azur. The clarity of the light and the intoxicating sensuality of the landscape inspired Cezanne and Van Gogh. In over 450 full-color photographs, Pierre Deux's French Country explores all the rich ingredients of Provencal style. There are chapters on colors, fabrics, pottery; furniture, decorative elements, houses, gardens, and French country adaptations in the United States. A ten-page directory offers U.S. and French sources for regional antiques and contemporary products. From the brightly patterned paisley cottons of Souleiado in Tarascon to the hand-blown glass of Biot and the hand-molded faience platters of Moustiers, from the massive 18th- century armoires and rush-seated banquettes and chairs to bread boxes, saltboxes, and chests with intricately carved floral motifs, the craftsmanship of the region imparts a special luster, a vibrancy and warmth of color and texture that survive in the works of today: Whether presenting a charmingly rustic ranch deep in the horse country of the Camargue, a Renaissance mas in the foothills of the Alps, or a wine-producer's estate near Saint-Remy; this book paints a vivid portrait of a land of grace and simplicity that is at once exuberantly beautiful, seductive, effortless, and sophisticated. From an elegant wine-producer's estate near Saint-Remy to the ruggedly beautiful ranch deep in the Camargue to a Renaissance mas in the foothills of the Alps, Pierre Deux's French Country offers a guided tour of the splendors of Provence. Here is a vivid evocation of the Provencal landscape, houses, crafts, and style of living." Contents: French country colors; French country fabrics; Provencal pottery; Furniture of Provence; Elements an accents; Living in Provence; Provencal Gardens; French country adaptations; illustrated directory of US and Frenc sources for antiques, fabrics, faience, glassware, tiles, and many other elements of French country style. Hard Back condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dj
[SW: France/French History]
Charles G. Denlinger Illustrator: NA: Elements of Real Analysis, Jones & Bartlett India Private Limited/Viva Books 2011 ISBN: 9789380853154
New Softcover NA Elementary Real Analysis is a core course in nearly all college and university mathematics departments. It enables students to develop a deep understanding of the key concepts of calculus from a mature perspective. Elements of Real Analysis is a student-friendly guide to learning all the important ideas of elementary real analysis, based on the authoraEUR s many years of experience teaching the subject to typical undergraduates. It avoids the compact style of professional mathematics writing, in favor of a style that feels more comfortable to students encountering the subject for the first time. It presents topics in ways that are most easily understood, without sacrificing rigor or coverage. Important concepts are discussed in greater detail than customary in a text at this level. Using this text, students discover that real analysis is completely deducible from the axioms of the real number system. They learn the powerful techniques of limits of sequences as the primary entry to the concepts of analysis, and see the ubiquitous role sequences play in virtually all later topics. They become comfortable with topological ideas, and see how these concepts help unify the subject. They develop a unified understanding of limits, continuity, differentiability, Riemann integrability, and infinite series of numbers and functions. Students encounter many interesting examples, including aEURoepathologicalaEUR ones, that motivate the subject and help fix the concepts. Key features: aEURc Flexible in design, the text can be used in a one-or two-term course aEURc A student friendly conversational writing style helps students grasp difficult concepts aEURc Proofs are written in a style appropriate for undergraduates to emulate in their homework aEURc Numerous examples throughout the book clearly illustrate the concepts at hand. aEURc Generous exercise sets, including many routine exercises, help students develop confidence aEURc Many project-type exercises guide students in exploring advanced topics aEURc An appendix includes answers and hints for selected exercises Contents: Chapter 1. The Real Number System aEURc The Field Properties aEURc The Order Properties aEURc Natural Numbers aEURc Rational Numbers aEURc The Archimedean Property aEURc The Completeness Property aEURc aEURoeTheaEUR Complete Ordered Field Chapter 2. Sequences aEURc Basic Concepts: Convergence and Limits aEURc Algebra of Limits aEURc Inequalities and Limits aEURc Divergence to Infinity aEURc Monotone Sequences aEURc Subsequences and Cluster Points aEURc Cauchy Sequences aEURc Countable and Uncountable Sets aEURc Upper and Lower Limits Chapter 3. Topology of the Real Number System aEURc Neighborhoods and Open Sets aEURc Closed Sets and Cluster Points aEURc Compact Sets aEURc The Cantor Set CHapter 4. Limits of Functions aEURc Definition of Limit for Functions aEURc Algebra of Limits of Functions aEURc One-Sided Limits aEURc Infinity in Limits Chapter 5. Continuous Functions aEURc Continuity of a Function at a Point aEURc Discontinuities and Monotone Functions aEURc Continuity on Compact Sets and Intervals aEURc Uniform Continuity . aEURc Monotonicity, Continuity, and Inverses aEURc Exponentials, Powers, and Logarithms aEURc Sets of Points of Discontinuity (Project) Chapter 6. Differentiable Functions aEURc The Derivative and Differentiability aEURc Rules for Differentiation aEURc Local Extrema and Monotone Functions aEURc Mean-Value Type Theorems aEURc TayloraEUR s Theorem aEURc LaEUR HE opitalaEUR s Rule Chapter 7. The Riemann Integral aEURc Refresher on Suprema, Infima, and the Forcing Principle aEURc The Riemann Integral Defined aEURc The Integral as a Limit of Riemann Sums aEURc Basic Existence and Additivity Theorems aEURc Algebraic Properties of the Integral aEURc The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus aEURc Elementary Transcendental Functions aEURc Improper Riemann Integrals aEURc LebesgueaEUR s Criterion for Riemann Integrability Chapter 8. Infinit Printed Pages: 468. First edition
[SW: Elements of Real AnalysisCharles G. Denlinger9789380853154]
Garner, Bryan A. The Elements of Legal Style, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, März 2002 ISBN: 0195141628
With expanded coverage in this new edition, The Elements of Legal Style features additional sections, many more examples, and a thoroughly researched appendix that contains 80 major statements on prose style--what it is and how to attain it. Inspired by Strunk and White's The Elements ofStyle, this book clearly (often wittily) explains the full range of what legal writers need to know: mechanics, word choice, structure, and rhetoric, as well as all the special conventions that legal writers should follow in using headings, defined terms, quotations, and many other devices. Garner also provides abundant examples from the best legal writers of yesterday and today, including Oliver Wendell Holmes, Clarence Darrow, Frank Easterbrook, and Antonin Scalia.If you want to make your writing clearer, more precise, more persuasive, and above all more stylish, The Elements of Legal Style offers the surest--and the most enjoyable--means to that end.
NEUBUCH! 2nd. ed. 2002. 268 p. 206 mm x 158 mm x 25 mm
[SW: Legal Reference / Law Profession, Law / Legal Writing, Business & Economics / Business Law, Language Arts & Disciplines / Editing & Proofreading]