Friday, December 26, 2008

Core Java or Computer Organization and Design

Core Java: Advanced Features, Vol. 2

Author: Cay Horstmann

The revised edition of the classic Core Java™, Volume II–Advanced Features, covers advanced user-interface programming and the enterprise features of the Java SE 6 platform. Like Volume I (which covers the core language and library features), this volume has been updated for Java SE 6 and new coverage is highlighted throughout. All sample programs have been carefully crafted to illustrate the latest programming techniques, displaying best-practices solutions to the types of real-world problems professional developers encounter.

Volume II includes new sections on the StAX API, JDBC 4, compiler API, scripting framework, splash screen and tray APIs, and many other Java SE 6 enhancements. In this book, the authors focus on the more advanced features of the Java language, including complete coverage of 

  • Streams and Files
  • Networking
  • Database programming
  • XML
  • JNDI and LDAP
  • Internationalization
  • Advanced GUI components
  • Java 2D and advanced AWT
  • JavaBeans
  • Security
  • RMI and Web services
  • Collections
  • Annotations
  • Native methods

For thorough coverage of Java fundamentals–including interfaces and inner classes, GUI programming with Swing, exception handling, generics, collections, and concurrency–look for the eighth edition of Core Java™, Volume I–Fundamentals .

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Streams and Files

Chapter 2: XML

Chapter 3: Networking

Chapter 4: Database Programming

Chapter 5: Internationalization

Chapter 6: Advanced Swing

Chapter 7: Advanced AWT

Chapter 8: JavaBeans Components

Chapter 9: Security

Chapter 10: Distributed Objects

Chapter 11: Scripting, Compiling, and Annotation Processing

Chapter 12: Native Methods


Interesting book: Secret Lives of the First Ladies or Blood Brothers

Computer Organization and Design: The Hardware/Software Interface

Author: David A Patterson

What's New in the Third Edition, Revised Printing

The same great book gets better! This revised printing features all of the original content along with these additional features:

• Appendix A (Assemblers, Linkers, and the SPIM Simulator) has been moved from the CD-ROM into the printed book

• Corrections and bug fixes

Third Edition features

New pedagogical features

•Understanding Program Performance
-Analyzes key performance issues from the programmer's perspective
•Check Yourself Questions
-Helps students assess their understanding of key points of a section
•Computers In the Real World
-Illustrates the diversity of applications of computing technology beyond traditional desktop and servers
•For More Practice
-Provides students with additional problems they can tackle
•In More Depth
-Presents new information and challenging exercises for the advanced student

New reference features

•Highlighted glossary terms and definitions appear on the book page, as bold-faced entries in the index, and as a separate and searchable reference on the CD.
•A complete index of the material in the book and on the CD appears in the printed index and the CD includes a fully searchable version of the same index.
•Historical Perspectives and Further Readings have been updated and expanded to include the history of software R&D.
•CD-Library provides materials collected from the web which directly support the text.

In addition to thoroughly updating every aspect of the text to reflect the most currentcomputing technology, the third edition

•Uses standard 32-bit MIPS 32 as the primary teaching ISA.
•Presents the assembler-to-HLL translations in both C and Java.
•Highlights the latest developments in architecture in Real Stuff sections:
-Intel IA-32
-Power PC 604
-Google's PC cluster
-Pentium P4
-SPEC CPU2000 benchmark suite for processors
-SPEC Web99 benchmark for web servers
-EEMBC benchmark for embedded systems
-AMD Opteron memory hierarchy
-AMD vs. 1A-64

New support for distinct course goals

Many of the adopters who have used our book throughout its two editions are refining their courses with a greater hardware or software focus. We have provided new material to support these course goals:

New material to support a Hardware Focus

•Using logic design conventions
•Designing with hardware description languages
•Advanced pipelining
•Designing with FPGAs
•HDL simulators and tutorials
•Xilinx CAD tools

New material to support a Software Focus

•How compilers work
•How to optimize compilers
•How to implement object oriented languages
•MIPS simulator and tutorial
•History sections on programming languages, compilers, operating systems and databases

On the CD

NEW: Search function to search for content on both the CD-ROM and the printed text
•CD-Bars: Full length sections that are introduced in the book and presented on the CD
•CD-Appendixes: Appendices B-D
•CD-Library: Materials collected from the web which directly support the text
•CD-Exercises: For More Practice provides exercises and solutions for self-study
•In More Depth presents new information and challenging exercises for the advanced or curious student
•Glossary: Terms that are defined in the text are collected in this searchable reference
•Further Reading: References are organized by the chapter they support
•Software: HDL simulators, MIPS simulators, and FPGA design tools
•Tutorials: SPIM, Verilog, and VHDL
•Additional Support: Processor Models, Labs, Homeworks, Index covering the book and CD contents

Instructor Support

Instructor support provided on

•Solutions to all the exercises
•Figures from the book in a number of formats
•Lecture slides prepared by the authors and other instructors
•Lecture notes

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