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A Practical Guide to Bio-inspired Design

A Practical Guide to Bio-inspired Design

by Helena Hashemi Farzaneh, Udo Lindemann
262 Pages · 2015 · 14 MB · 7 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Drawings and Plans of Frank Lloyd Wright
by Frank Lloyd Wright
112 Pages · 1983 · 77 MB · 8 Downloads · New!
Drawings and Plans of Frank Lloyd Wright is the presentation, architecture and drawing book which takes the reader step by step to become incredible architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright is the author of this imposing book. Architects are the busiest people on the planet and their job demands the utmost value. Their job needs resilience, effectiveness, and efficiency with a focused mind. A successful architect is one who is brilliant in his performance and he knows how to handle the difficult designs. Organize yourself and make a to-do list that has to perform by you daily. Divide your big tasks into small tasks and achieve them one after one. Do not work long hours and enjoy a few minutes relaxing then got to work again. Formulate a checklist and start working on your project. Multiple projects require different strategies so be prepared to change your strategy. Do your all research before you starting design. Avoid social media and mobile phones while working. These are the distractions that affect your performance. You need to invest your energy and time on your goal rather than wasting on bullshit. A comprehensive book for everyone who wanted to become an architect.
Mastering Autodesk Revit 2020
by Robert Yori
1104 Pages · 2015 · 169 MB · 10 Downloads · New!
The “Mastering Autodesk Revit 2020, 1st Edition” is a helpful book to learn all about Autodesk Revit 2020. Robert Yori, Marcus Kim, and Lance Kirby are the authors of this book. Robert Yori is a Senior Product Strategist in CRH America. He has taught and used Revit for nearly 20 years and focused on BIM implementation, big data analysis, knowledge management and learning initiatives as Senior Digital Design Manager at Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill. This book is filled with detailed exercises and real-world examples to help you get up to speed quickly on the latest version of Autodesk Revit. With the help of this book, the reader will learn how to implement the software. Every topic of this book explains in-depth, and provide expert guidance for all skills levels. Additionally, if you are preparing for Autodesk certification exams or want to become more productive with the architectural design software, then this book is for you. This book guides you from basic interface topics to advanced visualization techniques and documentation. To sum it up, Mastering Autodesk Revit 2020 is a perfect book to learn all about Autodesk Revit 2020.
SolidWorks For Dummies 2nd Edition
by Greg Jankowski
384 Pages · 2015 · 19 MB · 6 Downloads · New!
The “SolidWorks For Dummies, 2nd Edition” is a great book that will help us to get up and running quickly on the leading 3D technical drawing software. Greg Jankowski and Richard Doyle are the authors of this book. Greg Jankowski is the Customer Satisfaction Manager at SolidWorks Corporation. He is the veteran in the CAD industry with experience using SolidWorks, ProEngineer and Computer vision CAD systems in the variety of mechanical design and developmental positions. In this book, the authors guide step by step how to set up SolidWorks to create the type of drawings your industry requires and how to take advantage of its legendary 3D features. They guide the readers on how to work with virtual prototypes, how to use templates and sketch, assemble and create drawings. You will learn how to create dimensions and annotations, how to print your drawings, how to understand the user interface. SolidWorks For Dummies is clear and concise for beginners, as they explain advanced techniques for intermediate users and also a great reference for experienced users. All in all, SolidWorks For Dummies, 2nd Edition is an informative and good explanation book of the CAD tool.
ARM 64-Bit Assembly Language
by William Ughetta
425 Pages · 2015 · 18 MB · 14 Downloads · New!
The “ARM 64-Bit Assembly Language, 1st Edition” is an excellent book that reveals how to develop good, structured assembly code. William Ughetta and Larry D. Pyeatt are the authors of this great book. William Ughetta is an undergraduate Computer Science major at Princeton University. His experience programming ARM assembly language started in high school and continued in college. Larry D. Pyeatt earned his doctorate in Computer Science, focusing on Artificial Intelligence, from Colorado State University in 1999. He has programmed in over 15 assembly languages, from mainframes to 8-bit embedded systems. In ARM 64-Bit Assembly Language, the authors reveal the concepts of assembly language programming, in the beginning they explain simple examples and then towards complex programming. This book will help the readers to understand representations of and arithmetic operations on, integral and real numbers in any base, and more. Furthermore, this book covers advanced topics such as fixed and floating point mathematics, optimization and ARM NEON. It also provides concepts that are illustrated and reinforced with a large number of tested and debugged assembly and C source listings. To sum it up, ARM 64-Bit Assembly Language, 1st Edition is a helpful book for all programming students.
User Friendly
by Cliff Kuang, Robert Fabricant
416 Pages · 2015 · 4 MB · 10 Downloads · New!
The “User Friendly: How the Hidden Rules of Design Are Changing the Way We Live, Work, and Play” is one of the must-read a book that gives context to how we think about design. Cliff Kuang and Robert Fabricant are the authors of this informative book. Cliff Kuang is both a user-experience designer and an award-winning journalist. He held a number of senior roles at Fast Company, most recently as head of UX and product, overseeing user experience and strategy for its web properties. In this book, Cliff Kuang and Robert Fabricant reveal the story of the paradigm, how machine changes our lives. This book is filled with numerous lessons, revealing for readers not educated in the design field. Some reviewers claim that it falls short of giving enough detail on how exactly designers work and how companies differ in methodologies. User Friendly is compulsory reading for the current age, in which business and society have turned to design in pursuit of growth and change. All in all, User Friendly is an essential reading book that reveals about machine designs.
VLSI Design and Test for Systems Dependability
by Shojiro Asai
800 Pages · 2015 · 41 MB · 13 Downloads · New!
The “VLSI Design and Test for Systems Dependability, 1st Edition” is a helpful book for those who are working on large scale projects. Shojiro Asai is the author of this instructive book. This book is very helpful and explains everything in depth. It consists of three main parts. Part one describes how electronic systems are designed and tested. Part two addresses numerous threats to the dependability of VLSIs as key systems components, including variation in device characteristics, electromagnetic interference, design errors, and tempering. Part three of this book elaborates on the design and test technologies for dependability in such applications as controls of robots and vehicles. Furthermore, VLSI Design and Test for Systems Dependability is very helpful for those students who are working on the design and testing of VLSI systems with particular attention to dependability. This book comes with a lot of ideas such as real-time responsiveness, simultaneity guarantee, redundant wireless system, and wireless connection between subsystems, redundancy considering time and operation progress. All in all, VLSI Design and Test for Systems Dependability is a helpful book for all the students who are working on electronics projects.

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