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    An Animated Introduction to Digital Logic Design

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    Contributor: Carpinelli

    Publisher: NJIT Library

    License: CC BY-NC-SA

    This book is designed for use in an introductory course on digital logic design, typically offered in computer engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, and other related programs. Such a course is usually offered at the sophomore level. This book makes extensive use of animation to illustrate the flow of data within a digital system and to step through some of the procedures used to design and optimize digital circuits.

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    Read more about Polimetrics: A Stata Companion to Introduction to Political Science Research Methods - 1st Edition

    Polimetrics: A Stata Companion to Introduction to Political Science Research Methods - 1st Edition

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    Contributor: Franco

    Publisher: Open Political Science (OPoliSci)

    License: CC BY-NC

    Polimetrics: A Stata Companion, authored by Dr. Josh Franco, is an Open Education Resource workbook licensed CC BY-NC and designed as a Stata companion to Introduction to Political Science Research Methods.

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    The Shallow and the Deep: A biased introduction to neural networks and old school machine learning

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    Contributor: Biehl

    Publisher: University of Groningen Press

    License: CC BY-NC-SA

    The Shallow and the Deep is a collection of lecture notes that offers an accessible introduction to neural networks and machine learning in general. However, it was clear from the beginning that these notes would not be able to cover this rapidly changing and growing field in its entirety. The focus lies on classical machine learning techniques, with a bias towards classification and regression. Other learning paradigms and many recent developments in, for instance, Deep Learning are not addressed or only briefly touched upon.

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    Introduction to Probability

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    Contributor: Baxter

    Publisher: John R. Baxter

    License: CC BY-SA

    This is an introduction to probability theory, designed for self-study. It covers the same topics as the one-semester introductory courses which I taught at the University of Minnesota, with some extra discussion for reading on your own. The reasons which underlie the rules of probability are emphasized. Probability theory is certainly useful. But how does it feel to study it? Well, like other areas of mathematics, probability theory contains elegant concepts, and it gives you a chance to exercise your ingenuity, which is often fun. But in addition, randomness and probability are part of our experience in the real world, present everywhere and yet still somewhat mysterious. This gives the subject of probability a special interest.

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    Introduction to Vacuum Technology

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    Contributors: Hata, Brewer, and Louwagie

    Publisher: Milne Open Textbooks

    License: CC BY-NC-SA

    Vacuum systems are critical to many industries. They are vital to establishing required process pressures, establishing a clean process environment, and removing reaction by-products from the process chamber. This text, a revision and expansion of David Hata’s Introduction to Vacuum Technology published in 2008, addresses basic topics in vacuum technology for individuals tasked with maintaining vacuum systems and instructors teaching technician-level courses. The topics are carefully curated to the needs of technicians in a production environment and the types of vacuum systems used, and the accompanying laboratory manual and instructor’s guide support the delivery of lecture-laboratory courses.

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    Read more about Counting Rocks! An Introduction to Combinatorics

    Counting Rocks! An Introduction to Combinatorics

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    Contributors: Adams, Emmrich, Gillespie, Golden, and Pries

    Publisher: Henry Adams, Rachel Pries, and Maria Gillespie

    License: CC BY

    This textbook, Counting Rocks!, is the written component of an interactive introduction to combinatorics at the undergradaute level. Throughout the text, we link to videos where we describe the material and provide examples; see the Youtube playlist on the Colorado State University (CSU) Mathematics YouTube channel.

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    An Introduction to Waste Management and Circular Economy

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    Contributors: van Ewijk and Stegemann

    Publisher: UCL Press

    License: CC BY-NC

    This introductory textbook provides an essential interdisciplinary guide to waste management and circular economy. It helps students to understand the drivers of waste, the environmental, social, and economic impacts of waste generation, and best practices and technologies for waste management, recycling, energy recovery and disposal.

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    Introduction to Arabic: Egyptian Arabic for first-year students

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    Contributors: Ghazy, Eissa, Elsherif, Hollenberg, Loy, and Rizk

    Publisher: University of Oregon Libraries

    License: CC BY-NC

    This book presents materials for mastering the Arabic alphabet and the student's first steps in Egyptian Arabic.

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    Introduction to Literature: Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, and How They Shape Us

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    Contributor: Young

    Publisher: University of West Florida Pressbooks

    License: CC BY-NC-SA

    Introduction to Literature: Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, and How They Shape Us introduces college freshmen to the study of literature through a focus on texts that, generally, they already know, or think they know, and how those texts aim to shape audiences to be compliant cultural objects. The book is organized around several prominent story groups, including various genres and forms, meant to promote discussion and discovery leading to students’ understanding that these texts function as cultural sculptors of readers’ principles and behaviors. Students develop the skill of analyzing texts and creating sound arguments about them through class discussions and a series of writing assignments. Ideally, they leave the course understanding how to create a sound argument and, more pointedly, that there is no such thing as “just a story.”

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    Research Methods for the Social Sciences: An Introduction

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    Contributor: Sheppard

    Publisher: BCcampus

    License: CC BY-NC-SA

    This textbook provides a broad overview of research methods utilized in sociology. It will be of particular value for students who are new to research methods.

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