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Computer Graphics
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 496

Computer Graphics

This book is written for the student who wishes to learn not only the concepts of computer graphics but also its meaningful implementation. It is a comprehensive text on Computer Graphics and is appropriate for an introductory course in the subject.

GATE AND PGECET For Computer Science and Information Technology
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 568

GATE AND PGECET For Computer Science and Information Technology

Useful for Campus Recruitments, UGC-NET and Competitive Examinations— ISRO, DRDO, HAL, BARC, ONGC, NTPC, RRB, BHEL, MTNL, GAIL and Others 28 Years’ GATE Topic-wise Problems and Solutions In today’s competitive scenario, where there is a mushrooming of universities and engineering colleges, the only yardstick to analyze the caliber of engineering students is the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE). It is one of the recognized national level examination that demands focussed study along with forethought, systematic planning and exactitude. Postgraduate Engineering Common Entrance Test (PGECET) is also one of those examinations, a student has to face to get admission in various p...

Computer Graphics, Multimedia and Animation
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 402
Runaway Train: Youth with Emotional Disturbance
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 127

Runaway Train: Youth with Emotional Disturbance

Tells the story of Sheila, a high school student suffering from severe emotional disturbance, and her attempts to cope by venting her rage, cutting herself, and starving herself before getting the help she needs to begin to recover.

Backwards
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 352

Backwards

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 1996
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  • Publisher: Unknown

This is the third adventure of the unlikely space heroes of the cult TV hit Red Dwarf - Lister, Rimmer, Kryten, Holly and the Cat - as they continue their epic journey through frontal-lobe-knotting realities. We join them just as Dave Lister has finally found his way back to planet Earth - which is good. What's bad, however, is that time isn't running in quite the right direction. And if he doesn't get off the planet soon, he's going to have to go through puberty again - backwards. If his crewmates can't help him, Lister will carry on growing younger until he becomes a baby, then an embryo, meeting a very sticky end indeed.

The Grossest Joke Book Ever!
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 128

The Grossest Joke Book Ever!

Jokes and riddles guaranteed to make you gag! Soon to be banned everywhere from Boston to the dinner table, this little book has a double helping of EEW-inducing fun. With more than 500 knock-knock jokes, one-liners, riddles, and puns to choose from, kids can always find the wrong joke…for the right occasion. How do you make a tissue dance? Put a little boogie in it. What’s brown and sticky? A stick. What was Beethoven doing in his grave? Decomposing. Do zombies eat candy with their fingers? No, they eat the fingers separately.

Brassai
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 323

Brassai

Nicknamed the "Eye of Paris" by Henry Miller, Brassaï was one of the great European photographers of the twentieth century. This volume of letters and photographs, many published for the first time, chronicles the fascinating early years of Brassaï's life and artistic development in Paris and Berlin during the 1920s and 1930s. "[Brassaï] is probably the only photographer—at least in France—to have acquired such a vast audience and mastered his material to such a degree that he can express himself with a flexibility and apparent ease that is almost literary in its nature."—Jean Gallien, Photo-Monde "The letters that Brassaï wrote to his parents between 1920 and 1940 chronicle the so...

Bistronomy
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 240

Bistronomy

Finalist for the IACP Cookbook Award, Chefs and Restaurants French food reimagined by a new generation of chefs. There is a new movement afoot in Paris. Young chefs have turned their backs on stuffiness and are creating an experience that is more fun and a lot less formal. In tiny independent bistros mostly on the outskirts of the city, they are turning out fantastically inventive food that bypasses many of the old sauces and relies instead on the vibrancy of responsibly sourced ingredients. Because they are working in tiny kitchens with little or no staff, advance preparation is esteemed. (Good news for the home cook looking to crib kitchen notes.) Among their tricks (which could fit eas...

National Geographic Traveler - Thailand
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 398

National Geographic Traveler - Thailand

"Off-the-beaten-path excursions, insider tips, not-to-be-missed lists, authentic experiences"--Cover.