Showing results for subject:technology of about 452 books ordered by Relevancy
You can use the Filters to refine your results, or you can use the Categories to discover new books.
Author(s): Richard R. Nelson
Book Pages: 306 - Publish Date: 2005 - Publisher: Harvard University Press
Description: This volume mounts a full-blown attack on the standard neo-classical theory of economic growth, which Richard Nelson sees as hopelessly inadequate to explain the phenomenon of economic growth. He presents an alternative theory which highlights that economic growth driven by technological advance involves disequilibrium in a fundamental and continuing way. Nelson also argues that a theory of econom...
Book Pages: 688 - Publish Date: 1998-06-03 - Publisher: Pearson Education
Description: Get results fast, with LabVIEW Signal Processing! This practical guide to LabVIEW Signal Processing and control system capabilities is designed to help you get results fast. You'll understand LabVIEW's extensive analysis capabilities and learn to identify and use the best LabVIEW tool for each application. You'll review classical DSP and other essential topics, including control system theory, cur...
Book Pages: 832 - Publish Date: 1995 - Publisher: SAGE
Description: Now available in paperback the Handbook of Science and Technology Studies is the most authoritative and extensive resource in the field. This volume represents the social constructivist turn of the field, which made a major impact during the 1970s and 1980s. The diverse papers included here highlight the role of ethnography in STS. Expertly edited with contributions from internationally renowned a...
Author(s): David Edgerton
Book Pages: 88 - Publish Date: 1996-06-28 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Description: A comprehensive survey of the history of British science and technology since 1870 in relation to economic performance.
Book Pages: 304 - Publish Date: 1997 - Publisher: Harry N Abrams Incorporated
Description: Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922) changed the world. This biography is a fully illustrated look at the man, his most famous invention - the telephone - and his myriad other achievements. It features numerous images tracing the early history of the telephone, as well as personal photographs.
Author(s):
Book Pages: 478 - Publish Date: 2004 - Publisher: Anthropos Editorial
Description: None
Book Pages: 252 - Publish Date: 2010-06-01 - Publisher: Marcombo
Description: El presente libro surge para que los alumnos que cursan estudios de Ingeniería, en sus diferentes especialidades, puedan comprender y aplicar la programación gráfica a la resolución de problemas reales en el ámbito ingenieril. Además de los fundamentos teóricos para comprender en qué consiste la Programación Gráfica, se ha dotado de un fuerte contenido práctico donde se muestra como, em...
Book Pages: 447 - Publish Date: 2010-09 - Publisher: National Geographic Books
Description: Covers everything from earth sciences to astronomy; from climate and habitats to human arts and cultures; from ancient history to cutting-edge technology; and descriptions, flags, and statistics of all the countries in the world.
Author(s): Brian Evenson
Book Pages: 253 - Publish Date: 2012-04-10 - Publisher: Macmillan
Description: A post-apocalyptic thriller follows the experiences of a man who wakes up paralyzed with no memory of his life and who is urged by people who say they know him to reclaim a critical object and return to a frozen state before time runs out.
Author(s): Paul van Dijk
Book Pages: 193 - Publish Date: 2000 - Publisher: Rodopi
Description: This book is the first to discuss, for an English-speaking audience, the ideas of the German-Jewish man of letters, thinker, and activist Günther Anders. Anders is one of few philosophers to deal intensely with the moral consequences of Auschwitz and Hiroshima. He can rightly be called the philosopher of the atomic age, and his thinking a philosophy of modern technology.In biting manifestoes, sha...