American Association of Individual Investor

Advancing Variable Star Astronomy: The Centennial History of the American Association of Variable Star Observers (Repost)

Thomas R. Williams, Michael Saladyga, "Advancing Variable Star Astronomy: The Centennial History of the American Association of Variable Star Observers"
C..dge U-ty Pr..ss | 2011 | ISBN: 0521519128 | 448 pages | PDF | 5,9 MB
Fundamentals of Sleep Technology: Endorsed by the American Association of Sleep Technologists (Repost)

Fundamentals of Sleep Technology: Endorsed by the American Association of Sleep Technologists By Nic Butkov, Teofilo Lee-Chiong
2007 | 710 Pages | ISBN: 0781792878 | CHM | 34 MB
Crossing the Continent 1527-1540: The Story of the First African-American Explorer of the American South [Repost]

Robert Goodwin - Crossing the Continent 1527-1540: The Story of the First African-American Explorer of the American South
2009 | ISBN: 0061140457 | English | 432 pages | PDF | 3 MB

The Minneapolis Millers of the American Association (Images of Baseball)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Bayron at Aug. 27, 2015
The Minneapolis Millers of the American Association (Images of Baseball)

The Minneapolis Millers of the American Association (Images of Baseball) by Rex Hamann
English | 2015 | ISBN: 1467113476 | 128 pages | PDF | 57 MB
The Minneapolis Millers of the American Association (Images of Baseball)

The Minneapolis Millers of the American Association (Images of Baseball) By Rex Hamann
2015 | 128 Pages | ISBN: 1467113476 | EPUB | 47 MB
Asthma and Allergies: The Science Inside by American Association for the Advancement of Science [Repost]

Asthma and Allergies: The Science Inside by American Association for the Advancement of Science
English | 2004 | ISBN: 0871686945 | 95 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

Nothing is more essential to our well-being than the ability to breathe. Most of us breathe in and out all day long without even giving it a thought. Yet millions of people in the United States are not so lucky.
Artificial Intelligence and Molecular Biology (American Association for Artificial Intelligence) by Lawrence E. Hunter

Artificial Intelligence and Molecular Biology (American Association for Artificial Intelligence) by Lawrence E. Hunter
AAAI Press; First edition | March 18, 1993 | English | ISBN: 0262581159 | 467 pages | PDF | 12 MB

The enormous amount of data generated by the Human Genome Project and other large-scale biological research has created a rich and challenging domain for research in artificial intelligence. These original contributions provide a current sampling of AI approaches to problems of biological significance; they are the first to treat the computational needs of the biology community hand-in-hand with appropriate advances in artificial intelligence. Focusing on novel technologies and approaches, rather than on proven applications, they cover genetic sequence analysis, protein structure representation and…
Gender and Occupational Outcomes: Longitudinal Assessment of Individual, Social, and Cultural Influences

Gender and Occupational Outcomes: Longitudinal Assessment of Individual, Social, and Cultural Influences
American Psychological Association; 1 edition | January 2008 | ISBN-10: 1433803100 | 384 pages | PDF | 21.6 Mb

Despite concentrated research and important legislative milestones on gender equality over the past quarter-century, gender-related disparities in science, technology, and math careers persist into the 21st century.
St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture - 5 Volume set

St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture - 5 Volume set
Publisher: Gale Group | ISBN: 1558624007 | edition 1999-12 | PDF | 3250 pages | 68,7 mb

This encyclopedia focuses on American popular culture, examining the post- World War II era in over 2700 alphabetical essays in the following broad categories: film, music, print culture, social life, sports, television and radio, and art and performance. It contains both descriptive essays (75-150 words) and more in-depth essays (up to 3000 words), each signed and concluding with a secondary bibliography. Volume 5 ends with a variety of indexes: a general index, a "Time-Frame Index" (by decades), and a category index. Unfortunately, however, the general index lists the essays in which a topic, person, or event is discussed but not the major essay about the subject. To discover if there is an actual essay about a specific topic, one must go to the correct alphabetical portion of the encyclopedia or consult the "List of Entries" at the front of the volume. This would not normally be a problem, but unfortunately there are very few cross references in the text–and none at all in the index. For example, to find the American Association of Retired Persons, one needs to know to look under AARP; there is no cross reference from the full name to the acronym in either the encyclopedia or the general index. The general index only points the reader to an essay mentioning the American Association of Retired Persons, not to the essay specifically about AARP. In addition, there are no See Also references (except for one that should really have been a See reference).
 St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture - 5 Volume set

St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture - 5 Volume set
Publisher: Gale Group | ISBN: 1558624007 | edition 1999-12 | PDF | 3250 pages | 68,7 mb

This encyclopedia focuses on American popular culture, examining the post- World War II era in over 2700 alphabetical essays in the following broad categories: film, music, print culture, social life, sports, television and radio, and art and performance. It contains both descriptive essays (75-150 words) and more in-depth essays (up to 3000 words), each signed and concluding with a secondary bibliography. Volume 5 ends with a variety of indexes: a general index, a "Time-Frame Index" (by decades), and a category index. Unfortunately, however, the general index lists the essays in which a topic, person, or event is discussed but not the major essay about the subject. To discover if there is an actual essay about a specific topic, one must go to the correct alphabetical portion of the encyclopedia or consult the "List of Entries" at the front of the volume. This would not normally be a problem, but unfortunately there are very few cross references in the text–and none at all in the index. For example, to find the American Association of Retired Persons, one needs to know to look under AARP; there is no cross reference from the full name to the acronym in either the encyclopedia or the general index. The general index only points the reader to an essay mentioning the American Association of Retired Persons, not to the essay specifically about AARP. In addition, there are no See Also references (except for one that should really have been a See reference).