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- Elsevier Science 1972; US$ 72.95
Introduction to Statistical Pattern Recognition introduces the reader to statistical pattern recognition, with emphasis on statistical decision and estimation. Pattern recognition problems are discussed in terms of the eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Comprised of 11 chapters, this book opens with an overview of the formulation of pattern recognition... more...
- Workman Publishing Company 2013; US$ 1.99
Based on his hit TV show, Brad Meltzer?s bestselling History Decoded explores the ten greatest unsolved mysteries of all time. From Leonardo Da Vinci to Lee Harvey Oswald, Meltzer travels through history, providing stories and hands-on evidence to take readers deep into the world of conspiracies and unanswered questions. more...
- Scientific American 2013; US$ 5.99
Fact or Fiction: Science Tackles 58 Popular Myths by the Editors of Scientific American Did NASA really spend millions creating a pen that would write in space? Is chocolate poisonous to dogs? Does stress cause gray hair? These questions are just a sample of the urban lore investigated in this eBook, Fact or Fiction: Science Tackles 58 Popular Myths.... more...
- Portable Press 2013; US$ 9.99
Over the past 25 years, the Bathroom Readers? Institute has published more than 40,000 pages of bathroom reading. In this book you will find the funniest 288 of them (with a few all-new funny pages squeezed in just because we couldn?t help ourselves). That?s page after page after page of laugh-out-loud dumb jokes, dumb jocks, toasts, pranks, kings,... more...
- Taylor Trade Publishing 1999; US$ 17.99
When people hear the word Texas certain images come into their minds. Because of its size and unusual history, the myths and legends of Texas have pretty much become the embodiment of the American West. Although some of the symbols of mythic Texas have evolved into stereotypes (sometimes with the help of self-promoting Texans), they all have their... more...
- Visible Ink Press 2011; US$ 18.99
Presenting a fun and educational way to explore the wonders of the world of science, this newly updated edition poses and answers 2,200 questions, providing an abundance of original and interesting science facts. Children and adults will uncover some of the most interesting, unusual, and quirky science curiosities such as: Are cell phones dangerous... more...
- Portable Press 2014; US$ 9.99
For more than 25 years, there?s always been a home in Uncle John?s Bathroom Reader for those stories about doctor visits or routine surgeries gone horribly wrong--the wrong limb getting amputated, the wrong person getting a transplant, the nurse who didn?t notice her patient had died . . . for three days. Because we never get tired of reading about... more...
- Portable Press 2014; US$ 19.99
Packed with more than 300 pages, Uncle John?s Bathroom Reader Attack of the Factoids is a fact-a-palooza of obscure information. Like what, you ask? Here are just a few extraordinary examples: - Bats always turn left when they exit a cave. - In the 1960s, astronauts trained for moon voyages by walking on Hawaiian lava fields. - Lloyd?s of London... more...
- Cleis Press Start 2014; US$ 14.99
Did you know that Thomas Jefferson?s grandson was an ax murderer? Do you delight knowing that some dinosaurs were as teeny tiny as hens? Wonder what it?s like to live in Hell Town at the End of the World? How about an ailment so surreal it?s named after Alice in Wonderland ? In A People's History of the Peculiar , historian Nick Belardes has dug... more...
- Andrews UK 2014; US$ 2.99
Did you know that Oscar Wilde was said to have had a photographic memory? Or that his father was eye surgeon to none other than Queen Victoria? How did his homosexuality come to the attention of the police? And why was a glass barrier erected in front of his tomb? This fascinating book contains over one hundred facts about Wilde, organised into categories... more...