Security is one of the most significant components in wireless systems to ensure the integrity of communications among terminals, networks, and services. As the field of wireless communications expands and inundates personal and professional lives worldwide, up-to-date wireless security research and knowledge becomes increasingly more vital to society.
The Handbook of Research on Wireless Security combines research from esteemed experts on security issues in various wireless communications, recent advances in wireless security, the wireless security model, and future directions in wireless security. As an innovative and current reference source for students, educators, faculty members, researchers, engineers in the field of wireless security, this handbook will make an invaluable addition to any library collection.
Data Mining Using SAS Enterprise Miner: A Case Study Approach To start Enterprise Miner, start SAS and then type miner on the SAS command bar.
Enterprise Miner organizes data analyses into projects and diagrams. Each project may have several process flow diagrams, and each diagram may contain several analyses. Typically each diagram contains an analysis of...
iPhone Application Development For Dummies
Start building iPhone apps today with this friendly guide, now in full color!
Whether you're a beginning programmer who wants to build your first app or a professional developer looking to leverage the marketing power of the iPhone SDK, this book will help. It walks you through the basics for building a variety of iOS...
Sams Teach Yourself MySQL in 21 Days Sams Teach Yourself MySQL in 21 Days teaches you to design and implement your own open source database. Topics include: Designing and Creating your First Database, Normalizing your Data, Adding Tables, Columns, and Indexes, MySQL Data Types, Importing and Exporting Data, Locks and Keys, Building a MyODBC Interface, Building a Perl Interface,...
Automated Deduction in Geometry: 8th International Workshop, ADG 2010, Munich, Germany
From July 22 to July 24, 2010, the Technische Universit¨at M¨unchen, Germany,
hosted the eighth edition of the now well-established ADG workshop dedicated
to Automatic Deduction in Geometry. From the first edition, which was held
in Toulouse in 1996, to ADG 2010, a slow mutation has taken place. The workshop
that was formerly...