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AC0500 Introduction to Financial Accounting Paul D. Kimmel, Jerry J. Weygandt, Donald E. Kieso
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AC0700 Introduction to Managerial Jerry J. Weygandt, Donald E. Kieso, Paul D. Kimmel
Accounting MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING, 3RD E DITION
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AC0800 Intermediate Accounting
AC1500 Cost Accounting
Donald E. Kieso, Jerry J. Weygandt, Terry D. Warfield Leslie G. Eldenburg, Susan K. Wolcott
INTERMEDIATE A CCOUNTING, 12 TH E DITION
MEASURING, MONITORING, AND M OTIVATING P ERFORMANCE
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Biochemistry Charlotte W. Pratt, Kathleen Cornely
BC0200 Biochemistry-2 semester
978-0-471-39387-0/0-471-39387-8 784 2004
Donald Voet, Judith G. Voet, Charlotte W. Pratt
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Gerard J. Tortora, Bryan H. Derrickson
Thomas M. Devlin's Textbook of Biochemistry with Clinical
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ANATOMY AND P HYSIOLOGY
Gerard J. Tortora, Bryan H. Derrickson
FROM S CIENCE TO L IFE INTRODUCTION TO THE H UMAN BODY , 7TH E DITION
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Gerard J. Tortora
Connie Allen, Valerie Harper
PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN A NATOMY , 10 TH E DITION
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Sandra Alters, Brian Alters BIO INQUIRY , 3RD EDITION
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BG1300 Human Biology BG1400 Environmental Science - Biology
Kathleen A. Ireland, David J. Tenenbaum Daniel B. Botkin, Edward A. Keller
VISUALIZING H UMAN B IOLOGY ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, 6TH E DITION
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BG1600 Introduction to Microbiology
"...I have found it [the book] accurate to a fault, brilliant at
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MICROBIOLOGY , 6TH E DITION University of North Texas
PRINCIPLES AND EXPLORATIONS Also available
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Robert A. Pollack, et al.
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delivery DNA vaccines, often directly to mammalian BG2000 Nutrition - Biology
immune system cells. Recent work also suggests possible
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"[The text] is a wonderful int roduction into the world of
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Mary B. Grosvenor, Lori A. Smolin BG2200 Cell Biology
NUTRITION, 1ST EDITION Gerald Karp
EVERYDAY CHOICES C ELL AND MOLECULAR B IOLOGY , 5TH EDITION
978-0-471-66876-3/0-471-66876-1 672 2006
CONCEPTS AND EXPERIMENTS
Nutrition: E veryday Choices provides students with the 978-0-470-04217-5/0-470-04217-6 864 2008
decision-making skills needed throughout their lifespan to
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BG2250 Genetics 1-semester CH0000
D. Peter Snustad, Michael J. Simmons Chemistry
PRINCIPLES OF G ENETICS, 4TH E DITION
CH0100 Preparatory/Introductory Chemistry
978-0-471-69939-2/0-471-69939-X 888 2006
Morri s Hein, Susan Arena
In the rapidly advancing science of genetics, currency and FOUNDATIONS OF COLLEGE C HEMISTRY , ALTERNATE 12 TH
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* Offers the analytical tools that readers will need for
Morri s Hein, Susan Arena CH0200 General, Organic, Biology - 2
FOUNDATIONS OF COLLEGE C HEMISTRY , 12TH EDITION semester
978-0-471-74153-4/0-471-74153-1 672 2007 Morri s Hein, Leo R. Best, Scott Patti son, Susan Arena
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CH0300 General, Organic, Biology - 1
Kenneth W. Raymond
GENERAL, ORGANIC, AND B IOLOGICAL C HEMISTRY
978-0-471-44707-8/0-471-44707-2 576 2006
A whole new twist on General, Organic and Biological
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manageable, highly effective alternative with an integrated
Table of Contents. Now, students can get to the
biochemistry topics earlier, better appreciate how the
course relates to careers in allied heath, and see
connections among these three areas of chemistry.
Here's how Raymond's approach works:
The text presents interrelated topics from general, organic,
and biochemistry in the same or adjacent chapters. This
highly integrated approach reduces excess review, and
enables students to explore biochemical topics earlier in
the course. The result is a briefer, more focused, and more
Raymond takes a very applied approach, filled with real-
life examples that effectively connect the chemistry to
future careers in health-related fields. Chapter-opening
vignettes focus on the link between chemistry and
Online videos and articles from ScienCentral connect the
chemistry presented in the text to current events.
4. Brief and accessible.
Concise, readable chunks of text make the book
accessible for a wide range of students.
CH0600 General Chemistry - Science Majors James N. Spencer, George M. Bodner, Lyman H.
James E. Brady, Fred Senese
CHEMISTRY , 3RD E DITION
CHEMISTRY , 4TH E DITION
STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS
MATTER AND I TS C HANGES
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978-0-471-21517-2/0-471-21517-1 1256 2004
Promote a spirit of scientific discovery
The student-friendly style of the book makes the content
accessible without sacrificing either breadth or depth of
coverage. The text's informal writing style, emphasis on New scientific discoveries do not usually begin with models;
problem solving, and state-of-the-art media package make they begin with data and a spirit of intellectual curiosity. In
this book an ideal fit at schools with large class sizes and a much the same way, Spencer, Bodner, and Rickard's
wide range of student abilities and backgrounds. The Chemistry: Structure & Dynamics, Third Edition presents
authors' goal was to create a complete package (text + data, and challenges students to derive the models. Built on
media + supplements) which would challenge the better- the recommendations of the American Chemical Society's
prepared students and provide support to the lesser Task Force on the General Chemistry Curriculum, this
prepared students, giving ALL students a chance to innovative approach helps students get a feel for how
succeed. 4e welcomes a new co-author Fred Senese, chemists approach problems in the real world.
Frostburg State University, the creator of the award -
winning General Chemistry Online and Ask Antoine (the
most hit general chem web resource in the wo rld with over This Third Edition is now revis ed with a new chapter on
15 million hits/year). In addition to creating the new materials science and increased coverage of nuclear
Brady/Senese website, he has also worked with Jim Brady chemistry.
to do significant revisions in the text.
Here's how it works:
* Data-driven approach: Unlike traditional books that
present theory, questions, and then applications, this text
starts with the data and derives the theory from it. Students
start with observations, just like scientists.
* Concise, flexible format: The text is briefer than most
current general chemistry texts. Coverage foc uses on the
core topics of general chemistry, with optional coverage of
special topics also available.
* An emphasis on core themes: These themes include the
process of science, the relationship between molecular
structure and physical/chemical properties, and the
relationship between the microscopic and macroscopic
John A. Olm sted, Gregory M. Williams CH1400 Organic Chemistry - 2 semester
CHEMISTRY , 4TH E DITION T. W. Graham Solomons, Craig B. Fryhle
978-0-471-47811-9/0-471-47811-3 1096 2006
ORGANIC C HEMISTRY , 9TH E DITION
100% Pure Chemical Understanding 978-0-471-68496-1/0-471-68496-1 1280 2008
E very morning many of us are energized by a cup of Readers will find that this highly acclaimed book offers a
coffee. Imagine if you were as energized by understanding balanced approach to functional groups and mechanisms.
the chemistry in your morning cup --from the coffee trees, The clear, accessible presentation of key concepts will help
which fill red coffee berries with caffeine and a variety of them master basic skills. Throughout the pages, the focus
other chemical substances, to the feathery crystals formed is placed on the import ant ideas of organic chemistry and
by the caffeine molecules, to the decaffeinating machines, backs them up with illustrations and challenging problems.
which use liquid solvents to remove this stimulant from The new ninth edition also incorporates more biomedical
some of the beans. Now, that's real chemical examples and modern reactions, as well as integrated
understanding! media for practice and assessment.
Olmsted and Williams' Fourth Edition of Chemistry focuses
on helping you see and think about the world (and even
your coffee) as a chemist. This text helps you understand
how chemical phenomena are governed by what happens
at the molecular level, apply critical thinking skills to
chemical concepts and problems, and master the basic
mathematical techniques needed for quantitative
reasoning. You'll see the world as chemists do, and learn
to appreciate the chemical processes all around us.
A Fourth Edition with a lot of new perks!
* Revisions include a new, early energy chapt er; revised
coverage of bonding; expanded coverage of intermolecular
forces; and increased coverage of multiple equilibria,
including polyprotic acids.
* New pedagogy strengthens students' critical thinking and
* Visual Summaries at the end of each chapter use
molecular and diagrammatic visual elements to summarize
essential skills, concepts, equations, and terms.
* eGrade Plus provides an integrated suite of teaching and
learning resources, including a complete online version of
the text, links between problems and relevant sections in
the online text, practice quizzes, the Visual Tutor,
Interactive LearningWare problems, and lab demos, as
well as homework management and pres entation features
CH1600 Organic Chemistry - 1 semester CX0000
William H. Brown, Thomas Poon Computer Science
INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY , 3RD E DITION
CX0400 Intro To CS - C++ Programming
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Cay S. Horstmann, Timothy A. Budd
This book enables readers to see the connections in BIG C++
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• Discusses organic chemistry as it is applied to real-
world compounds and problems. • Authors combine professional and academic
• Electrostatic potential plots are added throughout the experience to offer the most relevant introduction to
text to enhance the recognition and import ance of programming and C++
molecular polarity. • Offers comprehensive examination of computer
• Presents problems in a new “Looking -Ahead” section science, programming principles, and the C++
at the end of each chapt er that show how concepts language
constantly build upon each other. • Covers advanced C++ topics, such as operat or
• Converts many of the structural formulas to a line- overloading, memory management, polymorphism, and
angle format in order to make structural formulas both more
easier to recognize and easier to draw. • Thorough coverage of S TL
• Integration of current technologies, such as UML and
CX0500 Intro To CS - Java Programming Cay S. Horstmann
Jaime Niño, Frederick A. Hosch BIG JAVA , 3RD EDITION
978-0-470-10554-2/0-470-10554-2 1248 2008
AN I NTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING AND O BJECT-O RIENTED
D ESIGN U SING JAVA, 2ND E DITION
No one brews up a better Java guide than Cay Horstmann
978-0-471-71227-5/0-471-71227-2 976 2005 and in this Third Edition of Big Java he's perfected his
recipe. Thoroughly updated to include Java 6, the Third
Nino and Hosch have updated their popular int roductory Edition of Horstmann's bestselling text helps you absorb
text that provides an objects first introduction to computing concepts and programming principles, develop
programming and software design using Java. The strong problem-solving skills, and become a better
emphasis throughout is on problem modeling using programmer, all while exploring the elements of Java that
fundamental software engineering princi-ples and are needed to write real -life programs.
concepts. Java used as a vehicle for teaching these topics.
New constructs and feat ures of Java 5.0, such as A top-notch introductory text for beginners, Big Java, Third
generics, are introduced. The text includes optional, Edition is also a thorough reference for students and
interactive exercises using the DrJava integrated professionals alike to Java technologies, Internet
development environment (IDE). The UML is employed programming, database access, and many other areas of
(very informally) for denoting objects, object relations hips, computer science.
and system dynamics. No specific previous programming
experience is assumed, and the text is appropriate for first Features of the Third Edition:
year computer science majors. The text could also carry * The 'Objects Gradual' approach leads you into object-
over to a second course on dat a structures or software/OO oriented thinking step-by-step, from using classes,
design. implementing simple methods, all the way to designing your
own object-oriented programs.
About DrJava: DrJava is an IDE designed primarily for * A strong emphasis on test-driven development
students and includes an easy to use facility for encourages you to consider outcomes as you write
interactively evaluating Java code. Optional DrJava programming code so you design better, more usable
exercises are included throughout the text if instructors programs
want their students doing more pro-gramming. DrJava is * Helpful " Testing Track" introduces techniques and tools
the IDE chosen by the authors, but any IDE can be us ed step by step, ensuring that you master one before moving
for these exercises. on to the next
* New teaching and learning tools in WileyPLUS--including
This update of the text provides Java code in newly a unique assignment checker that enables you to test your
released Version 5.0. programming problems online before you submit them for a
* Graphics topics are developed gradually throughout the
text, conveniently highlighted in separate color-coded
* Updated coverage is fully compatible with Java 5 and
includes a discussion of the latest Java 6 features
Cay S. Horstmann Cay S. Horstmann
JAVA CONCEPTS FOR JAVA 5 AND 6, 5 TH E DITION JAVA CONCEPTS, 4 TH EDITION
978-0-470-10555-9/0-470-10555-0 702 2008 978-0-471-69704-6/0-471-69704-4 992 2006
Let Cay Horstmann teach you to think like a programmer! Think like a programmer!
Now updated to integrate Java 5.0, Cay Horstmann's Java
If you really want to master Java, it's not enough to know Conc epts, Fourth Edition provides an up-t o-date, highly
the code. You must begin to think like a programmer, and effective, and accessible int roduction to the Java language
in this newest edition of his bestselling g uide, Java and a solid grounding in fundamental comput er science
Conc epts, programming guru Cay Horstmann shows you concepts. Drawing on his many years of experience as a
how. career programmer and teacher, Horstmann will inspire you
to think like a programmer and develop the problem-solving
Updated to integrate Java 6, Java Concepts, Fifth Edition skills you need to succeed in your course and future career.
introduces you to fundamental programming techniques Features
and design skills that are crucial to learning how to * Updated coverage to integrate Java 5.0. The text can still
program. Drawing on his many years of experience as an be used with older versions of Java.
expert programmer and teacher, Horstmann brings out the * An approac h that goes beyond language syntax to focus
most important elements of computing, problem solving, on computer science concepts and problem solving. The
and program design. text encourages you to think as a problem solver and
equips you with the tools you need to design efficient and
Thanks to Horstmann's proven formula, you'll complet e successful programs.
this book with a thorough grounding in programming * Review of Chapters 2 and 3 shows a gradual and student-
concepts and problem -solving and get quickly up to speed friendly approach that is a Horstmann trademark.
writing efficient and successful programs. * Horstmann provides extras like Quality Tips and
Productivity Hints that give the user an inside track on the
Features of the new Fift h Edition: material. As always, there is a strong emphasis on the
* The 'Objects Gradual' approach leads you into object- pragmatic and practical aspects of programming.
oriented thinking step-by-step, from using classes, * Carefully developed problems and easy-to-understand
implementing simple methods, all the way to designing examples. Java Concepts is loaded with exercises and
your own object-oriented programs. examples, and you can find the code for examples online.
* A strong emphasis on test-driven development * The Programming Style Guide. A vailable online, the
encourages you to consider outcomes as you write Programming Style Guide helps you develop a consistent
programming code so you design better, more usable style for all of your programming projects.
programs * New to this edition is an accessible and colorful text layout
* Unique approach goes beyond language syntax to focus that helps you find the information that you need when you
on computer science concepts and problem solving, need it.
encouraging you to think as a problem solver
* New teaching and learning tools in WileyPLUS--including
a unique assignment checker that enables you to test your
programming problems online before you submit them for
* Helpful " Testing Track" introduces techniques and tools
step by step, ensuring that you master one before moving
on to the next
* Graphics topics are developed gradually throughout the
text, conveniently highlighted in separate color-coded
* Updated coverage is fully compatible with Java 5 and
includes a discussion of the latest Java 6 features
Cay S. Horstmann CX1400 Data Structures - CSII W/ C++
BIG JAVA , 2ND EDITION Elliot B. Koffman, Paul A. T. Wolfgang
978-0-471-69703-9/0-471-69703-6 1248 2006
OBJECTS, ABSTRACTION, DATA STRUCTURES AND D ESIGN
This text is an exploration into computer science, USING C++
programming principles and advanced features of the Java
978-0-471-46755-7/0-471-46755-3 832 2006
language. The text is useful for anyone interested in
learning or reinforcing introductory programming concepts
and beginning to take advantage of many of the exciting "It is a practical book with emphasis on real problems the
attributes of the Java language. Now updated with Java programmers encounter daily."
1.5, Big Java, Second Edition remains the definitive --Dr. Tim H. Lin, California State Polytechnic University,
introduction to programming. Pomona
Horstmann, in his extensive teaching and industry
experience, has always emphasized that those who truly "My overall impressions of this book are excellent. This
want to study the discipline of Computer Science and the book emphasizes the three areas I want: advanced C++,
art of programming must, before writing a line of code, first data structures and the S TL and is much stronger in these
learn to think like a problem solver. With this in mind, the areas than other competing books."
first part of the text is focused not on programming as an --Al Verbanec, Pennsylvania State University
abstract exercise, but on fundamental principles of
programming and problem solving. Java is both the tool to Think, Then Code
be mastered and the key to understanding basic comput er
science concepts. When it comes to writing code, preparation is crucial to
The second part of this text introduces advanced concepts success. Before you can begin writing successful code, you
of the Java programming language. Assuming an need to first work through your options and analyze the
understanding of programming concepts at this point, the expected performance of your design. That's why Elliot
author offers the reader an in-depth look into how Java Koffman and Paul Wolfgang's Objects, Abstraction, Data
relates to searching and sorting, data structures, Structures, and Design: Using C++ encourages you to
multithreading, networking, database connectivity, XML, Think, Then Code, to help you make good decisions in
and Java Server Pages. those critical first steps in the software design process.
In addition, the author also offers many reference
resources in the appendices, including the Java Library, The text helps you thoroughly understand basic data
HTML, running applets, and number systems. structures and algorithms, as well as essential design skills
Throughout the text, readers will find notes that cover and principles. Approximat ely 20 case studies show you
historical and social aspects of computing and capsule how to apply those skills and principles to real-world
introductions to advanc ed topics of computer science. problems. Along the way, you'll gain an understanding of
These optional features provide valuable cont ext for thos e why different data structures are needed, the applications
interested in going more deeply into the subject. they are suited for, and the advantages and disadvant ages
of their possible implementations.
* Object-oriented approach.
* Data structures are presented in the context of software
* 20 case studies reinforce good programming practice.
* Problem-solving methodology used throughout... "Think,
* Emphasis on the C++ Standard Library.
* Effective pedagogy.
Michael T. Goodrich, Roberto Tamassia, Da vid M. CX1500 Data Structures - CSII W/ Java
Elliot B. Koffman, Paul A. T. Wolfgang
DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS IN C++
OBJECTS, ABSTRACTION, DATA STRUCTURES AND D ESIGN
978-0-471-20208-0/0-471-20208-8 704 2004
* Provides a comprehensive introduction to data structures
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and algorithms, including their design, analysis, and
* Each data structure is present ed using ADTs and their * A revolutionary book that intertwines problem solving and
respective implementations software engineering with the study of traditional data
* Helps provide an understanding of the wide spectrum of structures topics
skills ranging from sound algorithm and data structure * Promotes a five-step met hodology to limit program errors
design to efficient implementation and coding of these and increase efficiency: problem specification, analysis,
designs in C++ design, impl ementation, and testing
Wiley Higher Education * The Java Application Programming Interface (AP I) is used
throughout and wherever possible, the specification and
interface for a data structure follow the Java Collections
Michael T. Goodrich, Roberto Tamassia Elliot B. Koffman, Paul A. T. Wolfgang
DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS IN JAVA , 4TH EDITION OBJECTS, ABSTRACTION, DATA STRUCTURES AND D ESIGN
USING JAVA VERSION 5.0
978-0-471-73884-8/0-471-73884-0 720 2006
978-0-471-69264-5/0-471-69264-6 880 2005
Fundamental dat a structures in a consistent object-
oriented framework This version of the book uses the latest Java technology,
Java 2 Standard Edition Version 5.0 (J2SE V. 5.0), or
otherwise known as "Version 5.0."
Now revised to reflect the innovations of Java 5.0,
Goodrich and Tamassia's Fourth Edition of Data This revolutionary book intertwines problem solving and
Structures and Algorithms in Java continues to offer software engineering with the study of traditional data
accessible coverage of fundamental data structures, using structures topics. The book emphasizes the use of objects
a consistent object-oriented framework. The authors and object-oriented design. Early chapters provide
provide intuition, description, and analysis of fundamental background coverage of software engineering. Then, in the
data structures and algorithms. Numerous illustrations, chapters on data structures, these principles are applied.
web-based animations, and simplified mathematical The authors encourage use of a five-step process for the
analyses justify import ant analytical concepts. solution of case studies: problem specification, analysis,
design, implementation, and testing. As is done in industry,
Key Features of the Fourth Edition: these steps are sometimes performed in an iterative fashion
* Updates to Java 5. 0 include new sections on generics rather than in strict sequence. The Java Application
and other Java 5.0 features, and revised code fragments, Programming Interface (API) is used throughout the text.
examples, and case studies to conform to Java 5.0. Wherever possible, the specification and interface for a
* Hundreds of exercises, includin g many that are new to data structure follow the Java Collections Framework.
this edition, promote creativity and help readers learn how • Emphasizes the use of objects and object-oriented
to think like programmers and reinforce important design
concepts. • Provides a primer on the Java language and offers
* New case studies illustrate topics such as web browsers, background coverage of software engineering
board games, and encryption. • Encourages an iterative five-step process for the
* A new early chapter covers Arrays, Linked Lists, and solution of case studies: problem specification,
Recursion. analysis, design, implem entation, and testing
* A new final chapter on Memory covers memory • The Java Application Programming Int erface (AP I) is
management and external memory dat a structures and used throughout
* Java code examples are used extensively, with source
code provided on the website.
* Online animations and effective in-text art illustrate data
structures and algorithms in a clear, visual manner.
Access additional resources on the web
* Java source code for all examples in the book
* Library (net.datastructures) of Java constructs used in
* Problems database and searc h engine
* Student hints to all exercises in the book
* Instructor resources, including solutions to selected
* Lecture slides
CX3900 Object-Oriented Programming CX9000 Operating Systems
Cay S. Horstmann Abraham Silberschatz, Peter Baer Galvin, Greg Gagne
OBJECT-O RIENTED D ESIGN AND PATTERNS, 2 ND E DITION OPERATING SYSTEMS C ONCEPTS WITH JAVA , 6TH EDITION
978-0-471-74487-0/0-471-74487-5 472 2006 978-0-471-48905-4/0-471-48905-0 976 2004
An object-oriented design text that's student orient ed too!
• Book previously known as Applied Operating System
Now updated to reflect the innovations of Java 5.0, Cay Conc epts
Horstmann's Object-Oriented Design & Patterns, 2nd • New edition provides readers with a clear description of
Edition continues to offer a student-orient ed guide to the concepts that underlie operating systems
object-oriented design. • Uses Java to illustrate ideas, fundamental concepts,
Drawing from his extensive experience as a programmer • Includes numerous examples and up-t o-date coverage
and teac her, Horstmann helps you appreciate the value of of popular operating systems, including Linux and XP
object-oriented design principles, and gives you a context
for applying these principles and techniques in your own
designs. Throughout the text, outstanding pedagogy,
carefully developed exercises and examples, and a strong
emphasis on problem solving make object-orient ed design
principles accessible to readers with limited programming
Cay Horstmann's Object-Oriented Design & Patterns, 2nd
* Integrat es the use of Java 5.0 constructs throughout,
including generics and the java.util.concurrent library.
* Presents high-interest examples, including ones from the
Java 5.0 library and user-interface programming.
* Uses concepts such as interfaces, inner classes,
reflection, and multithreading to introduce advanced Java
* Encourages you to master topics in object-oriented
design, user-int erface programming, and practical software
* Illustrates design patterns and their application using the
Swing us er interface toolkit and the Java collections
* Introduc es programming tools such as BlueJ, javadoc,
* Provides a crash course in Java for readers who know
Abraham Silberschatz, Peter Baer Galvin, Greg Gagne Abraham Silberschatz, Peter Baer Galvin, Greg Gagne
OPERATING SYSTEM CONCEPTS WITH JAVA , 7TH EDITION OPERATING SYSTEM CONCEPTS, 7TH E DITION
978-0-471-76907-1/0-471-76907-X 992 2007 978-0-471-69466-3/0-471-69466-5 944 2005
Get inside today's most popular operating systems Another defining moment in the evolution of operating
How do today's operating systems work? The award- Small footprint operating systems, such as those driving the
winning team of Abraham Silberschatz, Peter Galvin, and handheld devices that the baby dinosaurs are using on the
Greg Gagne gets you right up to speed on all the key cover, are just one of the cutting-edge applications you'll
concepts of computer operating systems. Employing the find in Silberschatz, Galvin, and Gagne's Operating System
familiar Java programming language, this new edition of Conc epts, Seventh Edition.
their popular guide gives you a thorough theoretical By staying current, remaining relevant, and adapting to
foundation that you can apply to a wide variety of systems emerging course needs, this market-leading text has
as you progress to the next level of your computer work. continued to define the operating systems course. This
Seventh Edition not only presents the latest and most
Operating System Concepts with Java, Seventh Edition, relevant systems, it also digs deeper to uncover those
has been updated to cover the most current topics and fundamental concepts that have remained constant
applications and designed to help you bridge the gap throughout the evolution of today's operation systems. With
between concepts and implementations. Integrating the this strong conceptual foundation in place, students can
client-server model throughout, the text takes you step-by- more easily understand the det ails related to specific
step through all the major aspects of programming, systems.
including: New Adaptations
* Several new Java example programs including features * Increased coverage of user perspective in Chapter 1.
in Java 5. * Increased coverage of OS design throughout.
* Increased coverage of user perspective in Chapter 1. * A new chapter on real-time and embedded systems
* Increased coverage of OS design throughout. (Chapter 19).
* A new chapter on real-time and embedded systems * A new chapter on multimedia (Chapter 20).
(Chapter 19). * Additional coverage of security and prot ection.
* A new chapter on multimedia (Chapter 20). * Additional coverage of distributed programming.
* Additional coverage of security and prot ection. * New exercises at the end of each chapter.
* Additional coverage of distributed programming. * New programming exercises and projects at the end of
* New exercises, programming assignments, and projects each chapter.
at the end of each chapt er. * New student-focused pedagogy and a new two-color
* New student-focused pedagogy and a new two-color design to enhance the learning process.
design to enhance the learning process.
* Linux, Windows XP, Mac OS X, and other influential
Whether you're already adept at Java or new to it, you'll
appreciate the Java Primer that's thoughtfully included.
The two-color design makes it easier for you to navigate
through the chapters, and a plethora of examples,
programming exercises, and supplementary online tests
and exercises (available through WileyPLUS ) help you
absorb and reinforce what you've learned. With such
complete support, you'll soon be ready to enter the world
of operating systems design wit h confidence.
DS0000 DS0300 Operations Management
Decision Science Roberta (Robin) Russell, Bernard W. Taylor
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT, 5TH E DITION
DS0100 Business Statistics
QUALITY AND COMPETITIVENESS IN A GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT
978-0-471-69209-6/0-471-69209-3 832 2006
BUSINESS STATISTICS, 5 TH E DITION
FOR CONTEMPORARY D ECISION MAKING Featuring an ideal balance of managerial issues and
quantitative techniques, this new Fifth Edition of Russell
978-0-471-78956-7/0-471-78956-9 880 2008 and Taylor's comprehensive int roduction to operations
management keeps pace with current innovations and
Help your students see the light. issues in the field, particularly those relat ed to the impact of
information technology and the global business
With its myriad of techniques, concepts and formulas, environment on OM. The authors present the concepts
business statistics can be overwhelming for many clearly and logically, and help students see how OM relates
students. They can have trouble recognizing the to real business.
importance of studying statistics, and making connections
between concepts. Russell and Taylor recognize that many students struggle
with the quantitative material in their Operations
Ken Black's fifth edition of Business Statistics: For Management course. That's why their text offers extensive
Cont emporary Decision Making helps students see the big collection of exercises and solved problems, along with
picture of the business statistics course by giving clearer outstanding problem-solving support, including eGrade
paths to learn and choose the right techniques. Plus. eGrade Plus links problems from the book to relevant
sections in an online version of the text, and provides
Here's how Ken Black helps students see the big picture: opportunities for practice and a quantitative survival guide.
* Video Tutorials-In these video clips, Ken Black provides
students with extra learning assistance on key difficult
topics. Available in WileyPLUS.
* Tree Taxonomy Diagram -Tree Taxonomy Diagram for
Unit 3 further illustrates the connection between topics and
helps students pick the correct technique to use to solve
* New Organization-The Fifth Edition is reorganiz ed into
four units, which will help professor teach and students
see the connection between topics.
* WileyPLUS-WilePLUS provides everything needed to
create an environment where students can reach their full
potential and experience the exhilaration of ac ademic
success. In addition to a complete online text, online
homework, and instant feedback, WileyPLUS offers
additional Practice Problems that give students the
opportunity to apply their knowledge, and Decision
Dilemma Int eractive Cases that provide real-world
Learn more at www.wiley.co,/college/ wileyplus.
R. Dan Reid, Nada R. Sanders
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT, 3 RD E DITION Engineering Mechanics
AN I NTEGRATED A PPROACH
E20100 Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics
978-0-471-79448-6/0-471-79448-1 704 2007
Benson H. Tongue, Sheri D. Sheppard
OPERA TIONS MANAGEME NT-P ROBLEM SOLVED! DYNAMICS
Like the fish on the cover of this book, students sometimes ANALYSIS AND D ESIGN OF SYSTEMS IN MOTION
face an uphill climb. To scale the ladder of success in this
course, they will need strong, solid problem-solving skills. 978-0-471-40198-8/0-471-40198-6 560 2005
This edition of Operations Management addresses this Dynamics: Analysis and Design of Systems in Motion, by
need with a new focus on problem -solving: Benson H. Tongue of University of California -Berkeley, and
* Before You Begin sections accompany every solved Sheri D. Sheppard of Stanford University, offers a student-
problem to help students learn how to approach and attack focused approach to Dynamics. With a strong emphasis on
problems drawing free body diagrams and the associated inertial
* Algorithmic Problems in WileyPLUS offer lots of practice response diagrams, an integrated use of comput ation, use
* Demonstration Problems in WileyPLUS Walk Students of a structured problem -solving methodology, inclusion of
Through Problems and Their Solutions real-world case studies, and robust pedagogy coupled with
* Special questions of use with Classroom Response a truly engaging writing style, reviewers alike have praised
Systems offer quick quantitative problems for students to this new Dynamics text. Additionally, this first edition has
practice techniques benefited from a comprehensive and thorough accuracy
check by eight experienced Dynamics professors, and has
Like the previous editions, this one takes an integrative been reviewed by more than 200 Statics and Dynamics
approach to demonstrate the critical impact OM has on professors.
today's business environments. It clearly outlines for The authors demonstrate to students how to map their
students how OM relates to every department in an understanding to more realistic situations, enabling them to
organization. the new Third Edition als o provides clear, more effectively break down complex problems into
focused, and highly engaging coverage of key operations manageable parts.
management topics, and makes strong connections ac ross
concepts and chapters.
J. L. Meriam, L. G. Kraige E20400 Engineering Mechanics: Statics
ENGINEERING M ECHANICS, 6TH E DITION Sheri D. Sheppard, Benson H. Tongue
978-0-471-73931-9/0-471-73931-6 744 2007
ANALYSIS AND D ESIGN OF SYSTEMS IN E QUILIBRIUM
Known for its accuracy, clarity, and applications, Meriam & 978-0-471-37299-8/0-471-37299-4 656 2005
Kraige's Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics has provided a
solid foundation of mec hanics principles for more than 50 "[Thes e authors speak] to the students in a manner that
years. Now in its new Sixth Edition, the text continues to engages their minds in today's world. Students will grasp
help students develop their problem -solving skills with an how statics enables us to analyze practical, every day
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E52300 Intro to Digital Design E52900 Intro to Computer Architecture
Frank Vahid Miles J. Murdocca, Vincent P. Heuring
D IGITAL D ESIGN COMPUTER A RCHITECTURE AND O RGANIZATION
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Digital Design provides a modern approach to learning the
increasingly import ant topic of digital systems design. The
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new concepts, and of application examples, such as including the instruction set arc hitecture (ISA), network -
pacemak ers, ultrasound machines, aut omobiles, and cell related issues, and programming met hodology. Using "real
phones, to demonstrate the immediat e relevance of the world" case studies to put the information into perspective,
concepts. the chapters examine:
* Separation of basic design from optimization and * Data represent ation
tradeoffs, allowing development of a solid understanding of * Arithmetic
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of optimization and tradeoffs. * Datapath and Control
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* Accompanying HDL-introduction companion books that * Networking and communication
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* Career insights and advice from designers with varying A valuable feature of this book is the use of ARC, a subset
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Balanced and thoughtfully designed for use as either a
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E56100 Introduction to Communications E80000
Simon Haykin, Michael Moher
E80500 Probability & Statistics
AN I NTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL AND ANALOG
COMMUNICATIONS, 2ND E DITION Dougla s C. Montgomery, George C. Runger
978-0-471-43222-7/0-471-43222-9 515 2007 APPLIED STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY FOR E NGINEERS, 4TH
A highly accessible and applied introduction to
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Simon Haykin and Michael Moher's Second Edition of Real Engineering Situations, Real Engineering Data
Introduction to Analog and Digit al Communications offers
an accessible introduction to analog and digital
communications and serves as an introductory treatment With Montgomery and Runger's best-selling engineering
of communication theory. It is filled with an abundance of statistics text, you can learn how to apply statistics to real
insightful examples, problems, and computer experiments. engineering situations. The text shows you how to use
Throughout the text, the authors emphasize the practical statistical methods to design and develop new products,
relevance of the theory wherever appropriate, and keep and new manufacturing systems and processes. You'll gain
the mathematical treatment at an easy-to-grasp level. a better understanding of how these methods are used in
everyday work, and get a taste of practical engineering
Key Features experience through real -world, engineering-based
* Includes two new chapters: Chapter 10, Digital Signals examples and exercises.
and Noise, and Chapter 11, System Noise and
* Motivates learning through practical applications--from Now revised, this Fourth Edition of Applied Statistics and
the Internet, to networks, to the common radio --and a Probability for Engineers features many new homework
historical background of communication systems. exercises, including a greater variation of problems and
* Offers a robust set of problem sets, examples, and more computer problems.
* Includes an abundance of examples worked out in detail, Key Features
to help students develop an intuitive grasp of the theory in * The text treats all topics in a way that reflects today's
addition to MATLAB experiments. engineering realities. In the probability chapters, the authors
* Helps you master the concepts by applying what you've emphasize engineering-specific examples, rather than
learned to problems following the discussion of the counting methods or artificial applications such as
fundamental concepts. gambling.
* Provides additional end-of-chapt er problems that extend * Examples and exercises throughout the text use real data
the theory covered in the text. and real engineering situations.
* Coverage of probability is lively and interesting. It is
complete but concise so as not to take over the content of
the entire text.
* Thorough coverage of regression modeling, design of
engineering experiments, and statistical process control
from experts in these topics makes the book especially
useful as a referenc e.
Dougla s C. Montgomery, George C. Runger, Norma
ENGINEERING S TATISTICS, 4 TH E DITION
978-0-471-73557-1/0-471-73557-4 512 2007 E90100 Introduction to Materials Science &
The statistics every engineer should know
William D. Callister Jr.
Statistics is essential for solving many types of engineering
MATERIALS SCIENCE AND E NGINEERING, 7TH E DITION
problems. Focusing on the statistical techniques most
often used in engineering practice, Montgomery, Runger, AN INTRODUCTION
and Hubele's Engineering Statistics, Fourth Edition
presents a wide range of techniques and met hods that 978-0-471-73696-7/0-471-73696-1 832 2007
you'll be able to call upon in your professional capacities.
Building on the extraordinary success of five best-selling
Through its three previous editions, Engineering Statistics editions, Bill Callister's new Seventh Edition of MA TE RIALS
set the standard for statistical texts serving engineers. This SCIE NCE A ND ENGINEE RING: AN INTRODUCTION
Fourt h Edition follows the classic's winning approach, and continues to promot e student understanding through clear
provides a host of new features and improvements that and concise writing and familiar terminology that is not
you'll appreciate. Developed initially with sponsors hip from beyond student comprehension. Topics are organized and
the National Science Foundation, this revision covers all explained in an approachable mann er, so that even
the major aspects of engineering statistics including: instructors who do not have a strong materials background
* Descriptive statistics can teach from this user-friendly text.
* Probability and probability distributions
* Statistical tests and confidence intervals for one and two The text treats the important properties of the three primary
samples types of materials (metals, ceramics, and polymers) and
* Building regression models composites, as well as the relationships that exist between
* Designing and analyzing engineering experiments the structural elements of materials and their properties.
* Statistical quality control Throughout, the emphasis is on mechanical behavior and
failure, including techniques that are employed to improve
The new edition also features numerous enhancements performance. Individual chapters discuss corrosion,
that help you grasp and absorb the mat erial. Emphasizing electrical, thermal, magnetic, and optical properties, as well
data analysis and statistical inference, the text makes use as new and cutting-edge materials.
of new, cross-sections of real engineering situations and
real data sets and takes a step-by-step approach so that Course Heirarchy:
you gain insight into the underlying structure of the
problems as you master the problem -solving techniques. For Sophmore-Senior level Materials Science/Engineering
Notes which help you interpret results are a particularly courses in the Chemical, Mechanical, and Materials
useful feature of the revised text. Science/Engineering Departments.
This is a required course in most programs
With comprehensive integration of the PC-bas ed statistical
software Minitab and online support through WileyPLUS,
this newest edition of Engineering Statistics will serve as a
practical introduction for students and a reliable referenc e
for every stage of your engineering career.
William D. Callister Jr.
FUNDAMENTALS OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING, Economics
AN I NTEGRATED A PPROACH EC0050 Principles of Economics (1 Semester)
978-0-471-47014-4/0-471-47014-7 824 2005 Patrick J. Welch, Gerry F. Welch
ECONOMICS, 8TH EDITION
An Integrated Organization Scheme
THEORY AND PRACTICE
This Second Edition of Fundamentals of Materials Science
and Engineering continues to take an integrated approac h 978-0-471-67946-2/0-471-67946-1 560 2007
to the topic organization. One specific structure,
characteristic, or property type at a time is discussed for all Designed for the Survey of Economics course, the eight h
three basic material types-viz. metals, ceramics, and edition of Economics: Theory and Practice introduces
polymeric materials. This order of presentation allows for students to basic economic concepts, institutions,
early introduction of non-metals and supports the relationships, and terminology. This book prepares students
engineer's role of choosing a material based on its to use economic thinking in their classes, careers, and
characteristics. everyday lives.
Extended Coverage and Animations on CD-ROM
New copies of this text include a CD at no additional
charge. The CD is an integral part of the text package and
features animated soft ware modules and the last five text
chapters in .pdf format.
EC0175 Intermediate Microeconomics Edgar K. Browning, Mark A. Zupan
David Besanko, Ronald R. Braeutigam MICROECONOMIC, 9TH EDITION
MICROECONOMICS, 2ND E DITION THEORY AND A PPLICATIONS
978-0-471-45769-5/0-471-45769-8 752 2005 978-0-471-67943-1/0-471-67943-7 624 2006
This second edition of Microec onomics is filled with The world looks different through the eyes of an economist.
learning-by-doing problems that give students a chance
to make economics their own. These fully worked -out From internet dating and antiwar protests to citrus farming,
problems provide a step-by-step road map to help caviar, and Canadian prescription drugs--everything looks
students solve numerical problems. Each problem different through the eyes of an economist.
correlates to similar practice problems at the end of each
chapter. In addition, the authors include many extensive Recognized for it's extensive collection of intriguing
real-world examples in the text. These ex amples are applications, Browning & Zupan's Microeconomics: Theory
contemporary applications of the theory and are longer & Applications, Ninth Edition teaches you how to look at the
and more extensive to show the evolution of the example. world through the eyes of an ec onomist. You'll learn to
Each chapter opens with an example to draw readers into analyze real-world situations and predict market
the topic. phenomena using fundamental analysis tools.
Now revised with several new applications, this Ninth
Edition continues to make microec onomics real and
relevant. Firmly committed to the needs of today's students,
the authors present fundamental concepts and techniques
in a brief, less expensive paperback format.
New applications include:
* The Accounting and Economic Costs of SOX
* Social Security and Saving
* An Example of a Backward-B ending Labor Supply Curve:
The Work Effort Choices of Dentists Versus Physicians
* The Likelihood of Good Samaritan Behavior and Group
* What the Marginal -A verage Relationship Means for Your
Grade Point A verage
* The Low-Down on Why Lojack Is Underprovided
* What to Do if the World Truly Is Flat
* The Effect of Wal-Mart on Retailing P roductivity, Costs,
* Asymmetric Information and Internet Dating
ED0000 ED1200 Introduction To Educational
Angela O'Donnell, Johnmarshall Reeve, Jeffrey Smith
ED0200 Introduction To Education
Marleen C. Pugach
R EFLECTION FOR A CTION
BECAUSE TEACHING MATTERS
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978-0-471-06818-1/0-471-06818-7 512 2006
This book will help preservice teac hers develop the skills
The concept of making choices as a teacher and taking necessary to become reflective practitioners who can frame
responsibility for the consequences of thos e choices is a questions about their classrooms and use a “scientist-
central theme of this book. It is organized around five practitioner” approach to answer those questions. The
professional commitments that, taken together, are authors first focus on how students develop and how and
essential if teaching is going to make a difference in the why they might be motivat ed to learn. They then examine
lives of students. This innovative organizing structure uses learning and teaching as well as the contexts in which these
the five commitments to help readers think in a more processes occur. And they discuss how to assess if a
informed way about issues that affect their initial concerns student has gained an understanding of the classroom
when making the decision to teach as well as their material.
professional development as teachers.
ES0000 FN0000 Finance
Earth Science FN0200 Personal Finance Management
ES0600 Introduction to Physical Geology Vickie L. Bajtelsmit
Barbara W. Murck, Brian J. Skinner, Dana Mackenzie PERSONAL FINANCE
VISUALIZING G EOLOGY PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING YOUR F INANCIAL GOALS
978-0-471-74727-7/0-471-74727-0 560 2008 978-0-471-47151-6/0-471-47151-8 656 2006
Offering a visually engaging approach, this book helps Cultivate lifelong financial success!
readers become "geologically literate" with a sound
understanding of basic geologic processes and the Planning a successful financial fut ure requires careful
environmental ramifications of Earth's systems. It cultivation through every season of your life. Whether you
introduces plate tectonics early and incorporat es are taking out a loan for education, purchasing a car, or
numerous illustrations and photos to make the difficult making your first investment, success depends on good
concepts easier to com prehend. Readers will also benefit choices and proper planning. That's why Vickie Bajtelsmit 's
from the structured and effective format and accessible Personal Finance: Skills for Life equips you with the
writing style. knowledge, tools, and skills you need to plan for your
financial future and make smart financial decisions
throughout your life.
With this text, you can:
* Develop lifelong financial skills and complete your own
comprehensive financial plan as you work through the
Developing Your Skills sections in the book.
* Assess your personal approach to money and financial
decision-making in Learning About Yourself features.
* Learn effective decision-making strat egies.
* Apply what you've learned to realistic financial situations,
engaging cases, and Learning by Doing problems.
* Uncover common personal finance myths and
* Review the latest research results in behavioral
psychology as they apply to personal finance.
* Find out how to use the Int ernet in financial planning.
* Improve your math skills with Go Figure! worked-out
Plan your future with the Personal Financial Planner
This book is packaged with a free Pers onal Financial
Planner--a collection of 55 ready-t o-us e worksheets that will
help you make decisions and plan for future financial
success. These tools include worksheets for assessing your
spending habits, calculating an affordable home price,
weighing your options in purchasing a car, performing a
health ins urance needs analysis, planning for retirement,
and muc h more.
FN2000 Investments (Undergraduate) GE0000
Charles P. Jone s Geography
INV ESTMENTS, 10 TH E DITION
GE0200 Introduction to Human Geography
ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT
Michael Kuby, John Harner, Patricia Gober
978-0-470-04781-1/0-470-04781-X 646 2007
HUMAN G EOGRAPHY IN ACTION, 4TH EDITION
The new Tenth Edition of this bestselling book teaches 978-0-471-70121-7/0-471-70121-1 528 2007
readers not only how to identify successful investment
opportunities, but how to anticipate and deal with The fourth edition of Human Geography in Action is
investment problems and controversies as well. Jones highlighted by a robust new software platform via the
carefully and gradually develops key concepts, while Internet, enabling students to work with GIS maps,
covering all the necessary background material. Only spreadsheets, simulations, and animated graphs.
essential formulas are included. It's one of the most Additionally, instructors enjoy the option to use the
readable, comprehensible investments titles available! WileyPLUS course management system for an enhanced
* Includes added et hics coverage of the Sarbanes-Oxley learning environment. Many components from the third
Legislation. edition have been enhanced and updated, including data
* Contains increased discussion of globalization issues. statistics. New web resources and further readings have
* Details the variety of securities available, the markets in also been added to each chapter.
which they are traded, mechanics of securities training,
and insight into the important concept of risk and return.
H. J. de Blij, Alexander B. Murphy, Erin Fouberg GE0300 World Regional Geography
HUMAN G EOGRAPHY , 8TH E DITION H. J. de Blij, Peter O. Muller
PEOPLE, PLACE, AND CULTURE GEOGRAPHY , 12TH EDITION
978-0-471-67951-6/0-471-67951-8 528 2007
R EALMS, R EGIONS, AND C ONCEPTS
Human Geography: Culture, Society and Space 978-0-471-71786-7/0-471-71786-X 680 2006
challenges students to think geographically across scale
and across a wide range of geographical phenomena and Now substantially revised and updated, the Twelfth Edition
global issues. The authors engage the students throughout of de Blij and Muller's Geography: Realms, Regions, and
the text by posing geographical questions that encourage Conc epts continues to deliver the authors' authorit ative
students to think critically about their own locality, region, content, outstanding cartography, currency, and
nation, and world. In the Eighth Edition, the authors comprehensive coverage, in a technology -rich package.
reformat the text to 14 chapters, provide a clear outline of The text reflects major developments in the world as well as
key questions for each chapter, integrate their own field in the discipline, ranging from the collapse of Russia's Post -
experiences, and rewrite the text to guide students through Soviet transformation to the impact of globalization and
answers to geographic questions. The Eighth Edition from the rise of Asia's Pacific Rim to the war in Iraq.
includes three new chapters: "Identity: Race, Ethnicity and
Gender," "Local Culture, Popular Culture, and Cult ural
Landscapes," and "Geographic Net works." The concepts
of globalization, identity, development, sense of place, and
construction of scale are infused throughout the text. The
author team draws from studies in geography and across
disciplines to bring a broad and up -to-date perspective on
the kinds of research geographers have done and are
currently doing on a wide range of human geography
In the Eighth Edition, de Blij and Murphy welcome new
coauthor Erin Hogan Fouberg (South Dak ota State
University), who brings her expertise in geography
education and political geography. The author team
created a new pedagogy and writing style for the Eighth
Edition that make the book more accessible to students
H. J. de Blij, Peter O. Muller GE0400 Introduction to Physical Geography
THE W ORLD TODAY , 3RD E DITION Alan F. Arbogast
CONCEPTS AND R EGIONS IN G EOGRAPHY D ISCOVERING PHYSICAL G EOGRAPHY , 1ST EDITION
978-0-470-04681-4/0-470-04681-3 464 2007 978-0-471-43860-1/0-471-43860-X 656 2007
As its new, elaborated title suggests, The World Today: Alan Arbogast's new text brings the physical world into your
Conc epts and Regions in Geography focuses on the classroom, and lets you share your passion with your
geography of the world toward the close of the first decade students like no other book/media package you've seen
of the twenty-first century and serves as a guide to before!
geographic ideas and perspectives, past and present. Discovering Physical Geography presents all the basic
Authors H. J. de Blij and Peter Muller continue in their geographic concepts and skills students need in order to
tradition of providing authoritative content, currency, and view the world through the eyes of a physical geographer.
outstanding cartography in a concise, technology-rich Its carefully integrated media package sets this text apart.
package with the third edition of The World Today: Vivid images, animations, videos, simulations, assessments
Conc epts and Regions in Geography. Thoroughly and virtual field trips all support the narrative material and
updated, the third edition includes a new, engaging and enable students to interact with key processes and actively
currency-driven photo program, expanded data, and a new participat e in visualizations.
chapter feature--What's Driving Geographic Change in the With the Discovering Physical Geography Media Package
Realm. you get all the resources you need in one plac e, all
organized around the chapters of the textbook. You can
choose any combination of resources, or add your own to
create highly personal class presentations that truly reflect
your passion for physical geography.
Alan H. Strahler Alan H. Strahler, Arthur Strahler
PHYSICAL GEOGRA PHY , 3RD EDITION INTRODUCING P HYSICAL GEOGRA PHY , 4TH EDITION
SCIENCE AND SYSTEMS OF THE H UMAN ENVIRONMENT 978-0-471-67950-9/0-471-67950-X 752 2006
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Eric Connally Gary L. Musser, William F. Burger, Blake E. Peterson
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A PREPARATION FOR CALCULUS A CONTEMPORARY APPROACH
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The third edition of this ground-breaking text continues the This leading mathematics text for elementary and middle
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Michael Sullivan, Abe Mizrahi Michael Sullivan, Abe Mizrahi
FINITE MATHEMATICS, 9 TH EDITION MATHEMATICS, 8 TH E DITION
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Calculus TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS WITH CALCULUS, 5 TH E DITION
Paul A. Calter, Michael A. Calter 978-0-471-69592-9/0-471-69592-0 1008 2007
TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS, 5 TH E DITION
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MA1800 Brief Calculus MA2100 Applied Calculus
Michael Sullivan Deborah Hughe s-Hallett, Patti Frazer Lock, Andrew M.
Gleason, Daniel E. Flath, David O. Lomen, David
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Dougla s Quinney, Karen Rhea, Jeff Tecosky -Feldman,
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MA2200 Calculus Howard Anton, Irl Bivens, Stephen Davis
Deborah Hughe s-Hallett, Andrew M. Gleason, William CALCULUS, 8TH E DITION
G. McCallum, Daniel E. Flath, Patti Frazer Lock, David
EARLY TRANSCENDENTALS COMBINED
O. Lomen, David Lovelock, Brad G. Osgood, Thoma s
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CALCULUS, 4TH E DITION Designed for the freshman/sophomore Calculus I-II-III
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trademark clarity of exposition, sound mathematics,
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of Four, an emphasis on modeling, exposition that is easy
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Howard Anton, Irl Bivens, Stephen Davis Deborah Hughe s-Hallett, Andrew M. Gleason, William
G. McCallum, Daniel E. Flath, Patti Frazer Lock, Thomas
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thoughtful instructors and their students. innovative Rule of Four approach, the fourth edition
examines new topics while providing readers with a strong
conceptual understanding of the material.
Satunino L. Salas, Garret J. Etgen, Einar Hille Satunino L. Salas, Garret J. Etgen, Einar Hille
CALCULUS, 10 TH EDITION CALCULUS, 10 TH EDITION
ONE AND S EVERAL VARIABLES ONE VARIABLE
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Howard Anton, Irl Bivens, Stephen Davis Howard Anton, Irl Bivens, Stephen Davis
CALCULUS, 8TH E DITION CALCULUS, 8TH E DITION
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market by providing flexible solutions to teaching and needs of a changing market by providing flexible solutions
learning needs of all kinds. The new edition retains the to teaching and learning needs of all kinds. The new edition
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students. and their students.
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CALCULUS, 8TH E DITION William G. McCallum, Deborah Hughes-Hallett, Andrew
M. Gleason, Daniel E. Flath, Brad G. Osgood, Douglas
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Quinney, Jeff Tecosky-Feldman, Thomas W. Tucker,
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William E. Boyce, Richard C. DiPrima
James R. Brannan, William E. Boyce
ELEMENTARY D IFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND BOUNDARY VALUE
D IFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS, 1ST E DITION PROBLEMS, 8 TH E DITION
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Erwin Kreyszig Statistics
ADVANCED E NGINEERING MATHEMATICS, 9 TH EDITION
ST0700 Introduction Statistics Non-Calculus
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Physics PHYSICS MATTERS
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PH0300 Liberal Arts Physics
978-0-471-15058-9/0-471-15058-4 720 2004
Loui s A. Bloomfield
HOW THINGS W ORK, 3RD E DITION From amusement park rides to critical environmental issues
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PH1000 Introductory Physics (Algebra- Jerold Touger
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Psychology PSYCHOLOGY , 4TH EDITION
978-0-471-44757-3/0-471-44757-9 848 2005
SI0100 Introductory/General Psychology
Like its predecessors, this new edition effectively captures
the diversity and breadth of psychology. A complete
LIVING PSYCHOLOGY overview of how human beings think, feel, and behave is
included. Psychology is an evolving science, which
978-0-471-67938-7/0-471-67938-0 720 2006 continually addresses and re-addresses the relations hip
between psychological events and their neural
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Living Psychology was written for students like you, with and nurture, and more.
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material they can immediately use and apply to everyday, * A new chapter devoted to genetics, evolution and
real life. And everyone is busy. behaviour, and an entire chapt er now devoted to stress,
With you in mind, Living Psychology emphasizes health and coping
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careers, business, school, relationships, and society. * New co-author, Robin Kowalski brings her expertise in
* Real life. Drawing on scientific research and recent social psychology, health psychology, and gender
advances in neuroscience, behavioral genetics, cognitive psychology to the fourt h edition
psychology, and related fields, Living Psychology shows * This new edition reflects recent psychological findings
how to us e psychology to better understand everyday life. including discussions on genetics and evolution, as well as
Using proven hands-on, active learning tools, interactive new information on genetic engineering and
exercises, video clips, photos, and animations, Living psychoneuroimmunology
Psychology also helps you learn psychology, while * Numerous supplements available to aid teaching and
simultaneously teaching you to learn how to learn --so you learning
can learn anything.
* Real time. Becaus e students and professors are so
strongly pressed for time, we organized Living Psychology
into 15 chapters, each of which is condensed into brief,
manageable modules to help you focus on key content.
The accompanying study guides and fully integrated media
will also save you time.
Karen Huffman Siri Carpenter, Karen Huffman
PSYCHOLOGY IN A CTION, 8 TH EDITION VISUALIZING PSYCHOLOGY
IN M ODULES 978-0-471-76796-1/0-471-76796-4 544 2008
978-0-470-08363-5/0-470-08363-8 816 2008
This text provides a new, visually-oriented look into the field
of psychology. Rather than offering an encyclopedic printed
Keeping up-to-date with the rapidly changing field of text, Visualizing Psychology presents a straight forward,
psychology can be overwhelming. In the new eighth logically intuitive approach to the subject. With the help of
edition, Huffman engages readers by showing how the illustrations and graphics, the book brings complex
latest concepts and theories are applied in their everyday concepts to life. Huffman also uses a user-friendly
lives. She follows a modular approach to the study of approach to engage the reader.
psychology, providi ng ongoing study tips and
psychological techniques for mastering the material. This
approach motivates the reader while quickly expanding
their understanding of the subject.
Karen Huffman SI0300 Adjustment
PSYCHOLOGY IN A CTION, 8 TH EDITION Jeffrey S. Nevid, Spencer A. Rathus
978-0-471-74724-6/0-471-74724-6 752 2007
PSYCHOLOGY AND THE C HALLENGES OF L IFE, 9TH, U PDATE
The perfectly choreographed learning experience!
As a full-time teacher of psychology, Karen Huffman ADJUSTMENT IN THE N EW M ILLENNIUM
knows that covering all the major conc epts and theories,
while still presenting the exciting and practical applications 978-0-471-71788-1/0-471-71788-6 656 2006
of psychology, is a challenge. To meet it, you need a fully
integrated text and supplements package that sets the This ninth edition illustrates how psychology provides the
stage for a perfectly choreographed learning experience. basis for meeting many of the challenges of cont emporary
life. The text's integrated emphasis on diversity promotes a
more inclusive view of pers onal adjustment. Coverage of
The complete Psychology in Action learning package: diversity issues throughout provides reasons why
psychologists study human diversity and relates those
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experiments, and brief video clips from ScienCentral.
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for the Humanities.
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term flas h cards, chapter review quizzes, an online web
research guide, and annotat ed web links.
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well as online files for most figures and tables in the text.
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Jeffrey S. Nevid, Spencer A. Rathus SI0800 Abnormal Psychology
PSYCHOLOGY AND THE C HALLENGES OF L IFE, 10 TH E DITION James H. Hansell, Lisa Damour
ADJUSTMENT TO THE N EW M ILLENNIUM ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
978-0-470-07989-8/0-470-07989-4 624 2007 978-0-471-38982-8/0-471-38982-X 672 2005
This new edition of Adjustment and Growth illustrates how Abnormal Psychology by James Hansell and Lisa
psychology provides the basis for meeting many of the Damour bridges the gap between the evolving field of
challenges of contemporary life. The text's integrated abnormal psychology and the current textbook market. This
emphasis on diversity promotes a more inclusive view of text is a new, innovative approach to the teaching of
personal adjustment. Coverage of diversity issues abnormal psychology. While covering the latest DSM -IV -TR
throughout provides reasons why psychologists study system and categories, core concepts in abnormal
human diversity and relates those reas ons to issues of psychology form the backbone of the text. Abnormal
personal adjustment. Psychology provides an alternative for professors
searching for a manageable textbook for their students.
Hans ell and Damour wrote Abnormal Psychology to help
students not get lost in the details of this complex and ever
changing field. To achieve this feat, the authors focus on six
core concepts that make this field intriguing and appealing
• The importance of context in defining and
• The continuum between normal and abnormal behavior
• Cultural and historical relativism in defining and
• The advantages a nd limitations of diagnoses
• The principle of multiple causality
• The connection between mi nd and body in abnormal
Abnormal Psychology is designed to be accessible to the
student and easy to use for the instructor. Hansell and
Damour have streamlined the traditional table of
contents of an abnormal psychology text to a fourt een
chapter, affordable text without eliminating important
material. For example, research methods are discussed
throughout the text, social and legal issues are
addressed in the chapters where they are most
relevant, and treatment met hods are covered in every
chapter, not in a separate chapter on psychotherapy.
Ann M. Kring, Gerald C. Davison, John M. Neale, Sheri
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY , 10TH EDITION
978-0-471-69238-6/0-471-69238-7 720 2007
A cut above the rest!
Kring, Davison, Neale, and Johnson's Abnormal
Psychology sets the standard for clarity, cutting-edge
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authors invite students to examine the many different
facets of psychopathology-----t o search for clues, follow-up
on hunches, and evaluate evidence on the origins of these
disorders and the effectiveness of specific interventions.
Now in their new 10th Edition, the authors have also
greatly expanded the text's pedagogical features, making it
even more student-friendly, engaging, and informative.
"Current trends in the field are well reflected with the
sections on genetics, neuroscience, and cognitive
science." - Jack Nitschke,University of Wisconsin
"I was particularly impressed by the skill with which the
authors were able to discuss complex material in a clear
fashion." - Janice Kiecolt-Glaser, Ohio State University