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3D Rendering in Windows Dudley Benton
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There are many books and articles on rendering 3D objects using OpenGL®. This is intended as a supplement to, not a replacement for, such texts. The problem with most references is that they leave out a lot of essential information in some areas and overwhelm you with too much information in others. For instance, there may be a dozen ways of doing the same thing. Only one is necessary–but which one? OpenGL® is very powerful, but it has certain limitations. There are two reasons you might want to render 3D objects without this powerful library: 1) it isn't compatible with your system and 2) you don't want to be locked into 24 bit color depth. OpenGL® and 24 bits/pixel are inseparable: ...
A Synergy of Short Stories Dudley Benton
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Anyone could gather a collection of short stories, but I should like to do something different. I might hear a guffaw of jokes, read a bewilderment of mysteries, pull off a mischief of pranks, walk out a pacing of worries, feel a shiver of ghost stories, tell a stretch of tall tales, flee from a stagger of zombies, cast off a compulsion of cares, or make up a squirm of excuses. I hope you find this truly a synergy of short stories!
But Granddad, We Haven't Had Lunch Yet! Dudley Benton
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This book is a description of several adventures with his two grandsons, Curtis and Adam Murray. The experiences and his descriptions reveal many lovable aspects of the man they called, Granddad (and I called Dad). He loved life and was always ready to go somewhere interesting. Planning adventures was perhaps his greatest pleasure and he was really good at it, as you will see.
Curve-Fitting Dudley Benton
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This is a how-to guide on the approximation of data. There are many books and articles on curve-fitting. This is intended as a supplement to, not a replacement for, such texts. Most references are either esoteric or simplistic. I hope to strike a balance between these two extremes and trust you will find this helpful. Many examples are included and all of the source code is available on-line.
Jamie2 Dudley Benton
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   Jamie2 looked like a normal thirteen-year-old girl on the outside, but on the inside she was very different. Cloned in a test tube and raised in a laboratory, she was a living computer. From her eyeballs to the tips of her fingers, she was equipped with two sets of sensors: human and machine.    She digested every electronic document in the Library of Congress before she graduated from baby food to adult fare and could walk through the most sophisticated firewall before she could climb the stairs. She soaked up content on the Internet as fast as it appeared. She was bored to tears and prone to mischief.    The Director had earned the reputation of being able to handle any situation ...
Living Math Dudley Benton
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A friend once told me that he couldn't remember the last time he had used calculus. How sad. I can't remember the last time I didn't use calculus. Mathematics isn't just esoteric busywork. It's the language of cause and effect–a description of why things work the way they do. Mathematics connects the dots in the picture that is the world around us. Understanding the mathematical relationships between objects and events will give you a whole different perspective, like seeing color in a world where others see only black and white. Join me on this adventure, in which I will take you on a tour of Living Math.
Version-Independent Programming Dudley Benton
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This book presents a set of guidelines by which to develop applications that will run on any version of the Windows® operating system. This is not a manual on computer programming, but it does address the subject where necessary. The reader is presumed to be proficient in the C programming language, as this is the clear choice for such development. Simply put, this is a manual on what to do and what to avoid, in order to achieve version-independence. As more versions are released and the time between new releases is shortened, compatibility becomes increasingly important. By following these guidelines, the resulting applications will not only be compatible, they will also be more efficie ...