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Doing Bayesian Data Analysis, 2nd Edition: A Tutorial with R, JAGS, and Stan - PDF Free Download - Fox eBook

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Chapter 1 What s in This Book Read This First

Part I Introduction
Chapter 2 Introduction Credibility Models and Parameters
Chapter 3 The R Programming Language
Chapter 4 What is This Stuff Called Probability
Chapter 5 Bayes Rule

Part II Introduction
Chapter 6 Inferring a Binomial Probability via Exact Mathematical Analysis
Chapter 7 Markov Chain Monte Carlo
Chapter 8 JAGS
Chapter 9 Hierarchical Models
Chapter 10 Model Comparison and Hierarchical Modeling
Chapter 11 Null Hypothesis Significance Testing
Chapter 12 Bayesian Approaches to Testing a Point Null Hypothesis
Chapter 13 Goals Power and Sample Size
Chapter 14 Stan

Part III Introduction
Chapter 15 Overview of the Generalized Linear Model
Chapter 16 Metric Predicted Variable on One or Two Groups
Chapter 17 Metric Predicted Variable with One Metric Predictor
Chapter 18 Metric Predicted Variable with Multiple Metric Predictors
Chapter 19 Metric Predicted Variable with One Nominal Predictor
Chapter 20 Metric Predicted Variable with Multiple Nominal Predictors
Chapter 21 Dichotomous Predicted Variable
Chapter 22 Nominal Predicted Variable
Chapter 23 Ordinal Predicted Variable
Chapter 24 Count Predicted Variable
Chapter 25 Tools in the Trunk

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SourceForge.net Introduces the PyCX Project for Scientific Visualization based on Python

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PyCX is an online repository of simple, crude, easy-to-understand sample codes for various complex systems simulation, including iterative maps, cellular automata, dynamical networks and agent-based models. All the sample codes were written in plain Python, a general-purpose programming language widely used in industry as well as in academia, so that students can gain practical skills for both complex systems simulation and computer programming simultaneously. The core philosophy of PyCX is on the simplicity, readability, generalizability and pedagogical values of simulation codes. PyCX has been used in instructions of complex systems modeling at several places with successful outcomes.

 

Until nearly the end of the last century, dynamic simulations of complex systems—such as cellular automata and agent-based models—were only available to researchers who had sufficient technical skills to develop and operate their own simulation software. At that time, there were very few general-purpose simulation software packages available (e.g., (Hiebeler 1994; Wuensche 1994)), and those packages were rather hard to program, unless one had a computer science background. The lack of general-purpose simulation software easily accessible for non-computer scientists was a major limiting factor for the growth of complex systems science, given the highly interdisciplinary nature of the field.


Over the last decade, several easy-to-use complex systems modeling and simulation software packages have been developed and become widely used for scientific research, including NetLogo (2004), Repast (2003), Mason (2004) (for agent-based models) and Golly (2005) (for cellular automata). They have been playing a critical role in making complex systems modeling and simulation available to researchers outside computer science. A number of publications used these software packages as key research tools, and increasingly many online tutorials and sample simulation models are becoming publicly available.

 

However, such existing software has several problems when used for teaching complex systems modeling and simulation in higher education settings. These are all real issues we have faced in classrooms and other educational settings over the last several years. Firstly, and most importantly for college students, learning languages or libraries specific to particular simulation software used only in academia would not help the students advance their general technical skills. Because most students will eventually build their careers outside complex systems science, they usually want to learn something generalizable and marketable, even though they want to study complex systems science and they do appreciate its concepts and values.


Secondly, even for those who actively work on complex systems research, choices of preferred software vary greatly from discipline to discipline, and therefore it is quite difficult to come up with a single commonly agreeable choice of software useful for everyone. This is particularly problematic when one has to teach a diverse group of students, which is not uncommon in complex systems education.


Thirdly, details of model assumptions and implementations in pre-built simulation software are often hidden from the user, such as algorithms of collision detection, time allocation and state updating schemes. As we all know, such microscopic details can and do influence macroscopic behavior of the model, especially in complex systems simulations.

 

Finally, using existing simulation software necessarily puts unrecognized limitations to the user’s creativity in complex systems research, because the model assumptions and analytical methods are influenced significantly by what is available in the provided software. This is a fundamental issue that could hamper the advance of complex systems science, since any breakthroughs will be achieved only by creating entirely novel ways of modeling and/or analyzing complex systems that were not done before.

 

These issues in using existing simulation software for complex systems education leads to the following very challenging riddle: Which computational tool is best for teaching complex systems modeling and simulation, offering students generalizable, marketable skills, being accessible and useful for everyone across disciplines, maintaining transparency in details, and imposing no implicit limit to the modeling and analysis capabilities?


Obviously, there would be no single best answer to this kind of question. In what follows, we present a case of our humble attempt to give our own answer to it, hoping that some readers may find it helpful for solving their unique challenges in complex systems education.


Through several years of experience in complex systems education, people have come to realize that using a simple general-purpose computer programming language itself as a complex systems modeling platform is our current best solution to address most, if not all, of the educational challenges discussed above. By definition, general-purpose computer programming languages are universal and can offer unlimited opportunity of modeling with all the details clearly spelled out in front of the user’s eyes. Identifying a programming language that would be easily accessible and useful in a wide variety of disciplines had been difficult even a decade ago. Fortunately, several easy-to-use programming languages have recently emerged and become very popular in various scientific and industrial communities, including Python and R.


Using the Python language itself as a modeling and simulation platform, “PyCX” has been developed, an online repository of simple, crude, easy-to-understand sample codes for various complex systems simulation. The target audiences of PyCX are researchers, scientists, and students who are interested in developing their own complex systems simulation software using a general-purpose programming language but do not have much experience in computer programming. Based on carefully designed sample codes, the audience can understand, modify, create and visualize dynamic complex systems simulations relatively easily.

 

The core philosophy of PyCX is therefore placed on the simplicity, readability, generalizability and pedagogical values of simulation codes. This is often achieved even at the cost of computational speed, efficiency or maintainability. For example: (1) every PyCX sample code is written as a single.py file, which is a plain text file, without being split into multiple separate files; (2) all the dynamic simulations follow the same scheme consisting of three parts (initialization, visualization and updating); (3) no object-oriented programming paradigm is used because it is sometimes difficult for non-computer scientists to grasp; and (4) no global variables are used to make the code more intuitive and readable. These choices were intentionally made based on our experience in teaching complex systems modeling and simulation to non-computer scientists and their feedback.

 


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Chapter 1 Basic Concepts of Operating Systems
Chapter 2 Processes and Threads
Chapter 3 System Performance and Models
Chapter 4 Systems with Multiprogramming
Chapter 5 Processor Scheduling
Chapter 6 Synchronization Principles
Chapter 7 Deadlocks
Chapter 8 File Management
Chapter 9 The I/O System
Chapter 10 Memory Management
Chapter 11 Security and Protection
Chapter 12 Networking and Distributed Systems
Chapter 13 Virtual Machines

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Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Building Blocks
Chapter 3 Elephant Design
Chapter 4 Traditional Bases
Chapter 5 Splitting Points
Chapter 6 Grafting
Chapter 7 Pattern Grafting
Chapter 8 Tiling
Chapter 9 Circle Packing
Chapter 10 Molecules
Chapter 11 Tree Theory
Chapter 12 Box Pleating
Chapter 13 Uniaxial Box Pleating
Chapter 14 Polygon Packing
Chapter 15 Hybrid Bases

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Chapter 1: Structure and Organization of Computing*
Chapter 2: Computational Thinking
Chapter 3: Data Structures
Chapter 4: Basic Techniques for Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Chapter 5: Graph and Network Algorithms
Chapter 6: Computational Geometry
Chapter 7: Complexity Theory
Chapter 8: Formal Models and Computability
Chapter 9: Cryptography
Chapter 10: Algebraic Algorithms*
Chapter 11: Some Practical Randomized Algorithms and Data Structures
Chapter 12: Approximation Algorithms and Metaheuristics
Chapter 13: Combinatorial Optimization
Chapter 14: Graph Drawing
Chapter 15: Pattern Matching and Text Compression Algorithms
Chapter 16: Distributed Algorithms
Chapter 17: Digital Logic
Chapter 18: Memory Systems
Chapter 19: Storage Systems*
Chapter 20: High-Speed Computer Arithmetic
Chapter 21: Input/Output Devices and Interaction Techniques
Chapter 22: Performance Enhancements
Chapter 23: Parallel Architectures
Chapter 24: Multicore Architectures and Their Software Landscape
Chapter 25: DNA Computing
Chapter 26: Computational Electromagnetics
Chapter 27: Computational Fluid Dynamics
Chapter 28: Computational Astrophysics
Chapter 29: Computational Chemistry
Chapter 30: Computational Biology: : The Fundamentals of Sequence-Based Techniques
Chapter 31: Terrain Modeling for the Geosciences
Chapter 32: Geometric Primitives
Chapter 33: Computer Animation
Chapter 34: Paraconsistent Logic-Based Reasoning for Intelligent Systems
Chapter 35: Qualitative Reasoning
Chapter 36: Machine Learning
Chapter 37: Explanation-Based Learning
Chapter 38: Search
Chapter 39: Planning and Scheduling
Chapter 40: Natural Language Processing
Chapter 41: Understanding Spoken Language
Chapter 42: Neural Networks
Chapter 43: Cognitive Modeling
Chapter 44: Graphical Models for Probabilistic and Causal Reasoning
Chapter 45: Network Organization and Topologies
Chapter 46: Routing Protocols
Chapter 47: Access Control
Chapter 48: Data Compression
Chapter 49: Localization in Underwater Acoustic Sensor Networks*
Chapter 50: Semantic Web
Chapter 51: Web Search Engines: : Practice and Experience
Chapter 52: Process Synchronization and Interprocess Communication
Chapter 53: Thread Management for Shared-Memory Multiprocessors
Chapter 54: Virtual Memory
Chapter 55: Secondary Storage and Filesystems
Chapter 56: Performance Evaluation of Computer Systems
Chapter 57: Taxonomy of Contention Management in Interconnected Distributed Systems
Chapter 58: Real-Time Computing
Chapter 59: Scheduling for Large-Scale Systems
Chapter 60: Distributed File Systems*
Chapter 61: Mobile Operating Systems
Chapter 62: Service-Oriented Operating Systems
Chapter 63: Imperative Language Paradigm
Chapter 64: Object-Oriented Language Paradigm
Chapter 65: Logic Programming and Constraint Logic Programming
Chapter 66: Multiparadigm Languages
Chapter 67: Scripting Languages
Chapter 68: Compilers and Interpreters
Chapter 69: Programming Language Semantics
Chapter 70: Type Systems
Chapter 71: Formal Methods
Chapter 72: Discipline of Software Engineering: : An Overview
Chapter 73: Professionalism and Certification
Chapter 74: Software Engineering Code of Ethics and Professional Practice
Chapter 75: Software Business and Economics
Chapter 76: Open Source and Governance: : COTS*
Chapter 77: Evidence-Informed Software engineering and the systematic Literature Review
Chapter 78: Empirical Software Engineering
Chapter 79: Software Quality and Model-Based Process Improvement
Chapter 80: Software Metrics and Measurements
Chapter 81: Software Development: Management and Business Concepts
Chapter 82: Project Personnel and Organization
Chapter 83: Project and Process Control
Chapter 84: Agile
Chapter 85: Service-Oriented Development
Chapter 86: Software Product Lines
Chapter 87: Requirements Elicitation
Chapter 88: Specification
Chapter 89: Software Model Checking
Chapter 90: Software Design Strategies
Chapter 91: Software Architecture
Chapter 92: Human–Computer Interfaces for Speech Applications
Chapter 93: Software Assurance

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Chapter 1 Starting with MATLAB
Chapter 2 Creating Arrays
Chapter 3 Mathematical Operations with Arrays
Chapter 4 Using Script Files and Managing Data
Chapter 5 Two-Dimensional Plots
Chapter 6 Programming in MATLAB
Chapter 7 User-Defined Function and Function Files
Chapter 8 Polynomials ,Curve Fitting, andInterpolation
Chapter 9 Applications in Numerical Analysis
Chapter 10 Three-DimensionalPlots
Chapter 11 Symbolic Math
Appendix: Summary of Characters, Commands, and Functions

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Part One The Computing Environment
Chapter 1 Hardware
Chapter 2 Distributed Systems
Chapter 3 Analytical Tools

Part Two Turning Data into Business Value
Chapter 4 Predictive Modeling
Chapter 5 Common Predictive Modeling Techniques
Chapter 6 Segmentation
Chapter 7 Incremental Response Modeling
Chapter 8 Time Series Data Mining
Chapter 9 Recommendation Systems
Chapter 10 Text Analytics

Part Three Success Stories of Putting It All Together
Chapter 11 Case Study of a Large U.S.-Based Financial Services Company
Chapter 12 Case Study of a Major Health Care Provider
Chapter 13 Case Study of a Technology Manufacturer
Chapter 14 Case Study of Online Brand Management
Chapter 15 Case Study of Mobile Application Recommendations
Chapter 16 Case Study of a High-Tech Product Manufacturer
Chapter 17 Looking to the Future

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Chapter 1. this Or That?
Chapter 2. this All Makes Sense Now!
Chapter 3. Objects
Chapter 4. Mixing (Up) “Class” Objects
Chapter 5. Prototypes
Chapter 6. Behavior Delegation

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Part I Unit-Testing Foundations
Chapter 1. Building Your First JUnit Test
Chapter 2. Getting Real with JUnit
Chapter 3. Digging Deeper into JUnit Assertions
Chapter 4. Organizing Your Tests

Part II Mastering Manic Mnemonics!
Chapter 5. FIRST Properties of Good Tests
Chapter 6. What to Test: The Right-BICEP
Chapter 7. Boundary Conditions: The CORRECT Way

Part III The Bigger Design Picture
Chapter 8. Refactoring to Cleaner Code
Chapter 9. Bigger Design Issues
Chapter 10. Using Mock Objects
Chapter 11. Refactoring Tests

Part IV The Bigger Unit-Testing Picture
Chapter 12. Test-Driven Development
Chapter 13. Testing Some Tough Stuff
Chapter 14. Testing on a Project

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Chapter 1 Your First Taste of Java
Chapter 2 Language Fundamentals
Chapter 3 Statements
Chapter 4 Objects and Classes
Chapter 5 Core Classes
Chapter 6 Inheritance
Chapter 7 Error Handling
Chapter 8 Numbers and Dates
Chapter 9 Interfaces and Abstract Classes
Chapter 10 Enums
Chapter 11 The Collections Framework
Chapter 12 Generics
Chapter 13 Input/Output
Chapter 14 Nested and Inner Classes
Chapter 15 Swing Basics
Chapter 16 Swinging Higher
Chapter 17 Polymorphism
Chapter 18 Annotations
Chapter 19 Internationalization
Chapter 20 Applets
Chapter 21 Java Networking
Chapter 22 Java Database Connectivity
Chapter 23 Java Threads
Chapter 24 Concurrency Utilities
Chapter 25 Security
Chapter 26 Java Web Applications
Chapter 27 JavaServer Pages
Chapter 28 Javadoc
Chapter 29 Application Deployment
Chapter 30 Reflection
Chapter 31 Introduction to JavaFX
Chapter 32 JavaFX with FXML
Chapter 33 Introduction to Android Programming
Chapter 34 Creating Android Applications
Chapter 35 More Android Applications

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Chapter 1 Getting Started
Chapter 2 Introduction to Python
Chapter 3 Some Simple Numerical Programs
Chapter 4 Functions, Scoping, and Abstraction
Chapter 5 Structured Types, Mutability, and Higher-Order Functions
Chapter 6 Testing and Debugging
Chapter 7 Exceptions and Assertions
Chapter 8 Classes and Object-Oriented Programming
Chapter 9 A Simplistic Introduction to Algorithmic Complexity
Chapter 10 Some Simple Algorithms and Data Structures
Chapter 11 Plotting and More About Classes
Chapter 12 Stochastic Programs, Probability, and Statistics
Chapter 13 Random Walks and More About Data Visualization
Chapter 14 Monte Carlo Simulation
Chapter 15 Understanding Experimental Data
Chapter 16 Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics
Chapter 17 Knapsack and Graph Optimization Problems
Chapter 18 Dynamic Programming
Chapter 19 A Quick Look at Machine Learning

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Chapter 1: Evolving Discipline of Information Systems
Chapter 2: Discipline of Information Technology:: History and Development
Chapter 3: Information Systems as a Practical Discipline
Chapter 4: Information Technology:: Principles, Methods, and Theory
Chapter 5: Sociotechnical Approaches to the Study of Information Systems
Chapter 6: IT and Global Development
Chapter 7: Using ICT for Development, Societal Transformation, and Beyond:: Closing the Digital Divide in Developing Countries: Case of Egypt*
Chapter 8: Data Models
Chapter 9: Tuning Database Design for High Performance
Chapter 10: Access Methods
Chapter 11: Query Optimization
Chapter 12: Concurrency Control and Recovery
Chapter 13: Distributed and Parallel Database Systems
Chapter 14: Multimedia Databases:: Description, Analysis, Modeling, and Retrieval
Chapter 15: Building Conceptual Modeling on the Foundation of Ontology
Chapter 16: Data and Information Quality Research:: Its Evolution and Future
Chapter 17: Knowledge Management
Chapter 18: Digital Libraries
Chapter 19: Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
Chapter 20: Big Data*
Chapter 21: Governance of Organizational Data and Information
Chapter 22: Design Science Research
Chapter 23: Identifying Opportunities for IT-Enabled Organizational Change
Chapter 24: Deconstructing Enterprise Systems:: Emerging Trends in the Next Generation of ES Applications
Chapter 25: Enterprise Architecture
Chapter 26: Business Process Management and Business Process Analysis
Chapter 27: Information Requirements Determination
Chapter 28: From Waterfall to Agile:: A Review of Approaches to Systems Analysis and Design
Chapter 29: Human-Centered System Development
Chapter 30: Developing and Managing Complex, Evolving Information Infrastructures
Chapter 31: Impact of Culture on Information Systems Design and Use:: A Focus on E-Business
Chapter 32: Usability Engineering
Chapter 33: Task Analysis and the Design of Functionality
Chapter 34: Designing Multimedia Applications for User Experience
Chapter 35: Applying International Usability Standards
Chapter 36: Designing Highly Usable Web Applications
Chapter 37: Transforming HCI:: The Art, Science, and Business of User Experience Design
Chapter 38: Individual-Level Technology Adoption Research:: An Assessment of the Strengths, Weaknesses, Threats, and Opportunities for Further Research Contributions
Chapter 39: Computer Self-Efficacy
Chapter 40: Developing Individual Computing Capabilities
Chapter 41: Role of Trust in the Design and Use of Information Technology and Information Systems
Chapter 42: Impacts of Information Systems on Decision-Making
Chapter 43: Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
Chapter 44: Information Technology for Enhancing Team Problem Solving and Decision Making
Chapter 45: Organizational Adoption of New Communication Technologies
Chapter 46: Social Media Use within the Workplace
Chapter 47: Virtualization of Storage and Systems
Chapter 48: Cloud Computing
Chapter 49: Enterprise Mobility
Chapter 50: Sustainable IT
Chapter 51: Business Continuity
Chapter 52: Technical Foundations of Information Systems Security
Chapter 53: Database Security and Privacy
Chapter 54: Behavioral Information Security Management
Chapter 55: Privacy, Accuracy, and Accessibility of Digital Business
Chapter 56: Digital Forensics
Chapter 57: Organizing and Configuring the IT Function
Chapter 58: Topics of Conversation:: The New Agenda for the CIO
Chapter 59: Information Technology Management Frameworks:: An Overview and Research Directions
Chapter 60: Sourcing Information Technology Services
Chapter 61: IS/IT Project Management:: The Quest for Flexibility and Agility
Chapter 62: IS/IT Human Resource Development and Retention
Chapter 63: Performance Evaluation/Assessment for IS Professionals
Chapter 64: Financial Information Systems Audit Practice:: Implications of International Auditing and Accounting Standards
Chapter 65: Strategic Alignment Maturity
Chapter 66: Process of Information Systems Strategizing:: Review and Synthesis
Chapter 67: Information Technology and Organizational Structure
Chapter 68: Open Innovation:: A New Paradigm in Innovation Management
Chapter 69: Inter-Organizational Information Systems
Chapter 70: Future of Information Systems Success:: Opportunities and Challenges
Chapter 71: Business Value of IS Investments
Chapter 72: Information Technology and Firm Value:: Productivity Paradox, Profitability Paradox, and New Frontiers

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Part I: Central Topics
Chapter 1: Semantics of First-Order Arithmetic
Chapter 2: Denotational Semantics of While
Chapter 3: Axiomatic Semantics of While
Chapter 4: Operational Semantics of While
Chapter 5: Untyped Lambda Calculus
Chapter 6: Programming in Untyped Lambda Calculus
Chapter 7: Simple Type Theory

Part II: Extra Topics
Chapter 8: Nondeterminism and Concurrency
Chapter 9: More on Untyped Lambda Calculus
Chapter 10: Polymorphic Type Theory
Chapter 11: Functional Programming

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Chapter 1 An Overview of DDoS Attacks
Chapter 2 Malicious Networks for DDoS Attacks
Chapter 3 DDoS Attack Detection
Chapter 4 Attack Source Traceback
Chapter 5 DDoS Attack and Defence in Cloud
Chapter 6 Future Work

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Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. First-Class Functions
Chapter 3. Pure Functions
Chapter 4. Immutable Variables
Chapter 5. Recursion
Chapter 6. Strict and Nonstrict Evaluations
Chapter 7. Statements
Chapter 8. Pattern Matching
Chapter 9. Functional OOP
Chapter 10. Conclusion