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Die Vermessung des Datenuniversums: Datenintegration Mithilfe Des Statistikstandards Sdmx

by Reinhold Stahl Patricia Staab

Anschaulich und locker geschrieben, bietet dieses Buch eine verst#65533;ndliche Einf#65533;hrung in die Organisation und Integration moderner Datenwelten und erl#65533;utert den Beitrag des in der Statistik g#65533;ngigen ISO-Standards SDMX. Es ist somit ein Muss f#65533;r Datenexperten und solche, die es noch werden wollen. Heutzutage wird der berufliche und private Alltag immer mehr durch explosiv wachsende Datenwelten bestimmt. Das Datenwachstum wird durch Suchmaschinen und soziale Netzwerke, aber auch neue technische M#65533;glichkeiten wie Big Data befeuert. Es birgt eine gro#65533;e Chance; aber ganz gleich, ob die Blockchain-Revolution vorangetrieben werden soll oder Smartphones noch smarter gemacht werden sollen, der Erfolg steht und f#65533;llt mit der Frage, wie gut es gelingt, die ben#65533;tigten Daten zu integrieren - sie zu sammeln, zu verkn#65533;pfen und auszuwerten. Grundlegend dabei ist die Einf#65533;hrung eines #65533;bergreifenden Ordnungssystems in Verbindung mit einer Standardisierung der Datenstruktur. Die Autoren zeigen anhand von Beispielen aus dem Alltag, wie die Konzepte der Statistik die Basis f#65533;r eine universelle und standardisierte Bereitstellung von beliebigen Informationen bieten. Sie stellen den internationalen Statistik-Standard SDMX (Statistical Data and Metadata Exchange) vor und zeigen, welche tiefgreifenden Ver#65533;nderungen durch die Einf#65533;hrung dieses Standards und des damit verbundenen Ordnungssystems f#65533;r die internationale Statistik-Community m#65533;glich waren.

Like Everyone Else but Different: The Paradoxical Success of Canadian Jews (Carleton Library Series #245)

by Morton Weinfeld

Liberal democratic societies with diverse populations generally offer minorities two usually contradictory objectives: the first is equal integration and participation; the second is an opportunity, within limits, to retain their culture. Yet Canadian Jews are successfully integrated into all domains of Canadian life, while at the same time they also seem able to retain their distinct identities by blending traditional religious values and rituals with contemporary cultural options. Like Everyone Else but Different illustrates how Canadian Jews have created a space within Canada’s multicultural environment that paradoxically overcomes the potential dangers of assimilation and diversity. At the same time, this comprehensive and data-driven study documents and interprets new trends and challenges including rising rates of intermarriage, newer progressive religious options, finding equal space for women and LGBTQ Jews, tensions between non-Orthodox and Orthodox Jews, and new forms of real and perceived anti-Semitism often related to Israel or Zionism, on campus and elsewhere. The striking feature of the Canadian Jewish community is its diversity. While this diversity can lead to cases of internal conflict, it also offers opportunities for adaptation and survival. Seventeen years after its first publication, this new edition of Like Everyone Else but Different provides definitive updates that blend research studies, survey and census data, newspaper accounts and articles, and the author’s personal observations and experiences to provide an informative, provocative, and fascinating account of Jewish life and multiculturalism in contemporary Canada.

Report on Social Security for Canada: New Edition (Carleton Library Series #244)

by Leonard Marsh Allan Moscovitch

Report on Social Security for Canada, written in wartime, presented to Canadians a picture of a better life in the postwar world. It outlined what governments could do to ensure that all citizens could afford the food, clothing, and shelter necessary to participate fully in their community. Authored by Leonard Marsh for the wartime Federal Advisory Committee on Reconstruction, the report was the subject of enormous attention when it was presented to the House of Commons in March 1943. Drawing on the work of his mentor, William Beveridge, and of John Maynard Keynes, Marsh primarily recommended an employment program meant to ensure lower unemployment and higher incomes. His report also discussed family allowances to make certain that no child would go without, health care insurance, temporary assistance in case of illness, a pension plan, and various other social benefits related to maternity, disability, loss of employment, and death. Today Report on Social Security for Canada is seen as a foundational text for the Canadian social security system. In this edition Allan Moscovitch provides the historical context, an outline of Marsh’s accomplishments, and suggestions for how to enhance the welfare state and respond to the social needs of Canadians in the twenty-first century.

Just Watch Us: RCMP Surveillance of the Women’s Liberation Movement in Cold War Canada

by Steve Hewitt Christabelle Sethna

From the late 1960s to the mid-1980s, in the midst of the Cold War and second-wave feminism, the RCMP security service – prompted by fears of left-wing and communist subversion – monitored and infiltrated the women’s liberation movement in Canada and Quebec. Just Watch Us investigates why and how this movement was targeted, weighing carefully the presumed threat its left-wing ties presented to the Canadian government against the defiant challenge its campaign for gender equality posed to Canadian society. Based on a close reading of thousands of pages of RCMP documents declassified under Canada’s Access to Information Act and the corresponding Privacy Act, Just Watch Us demonstrates that the security service’s longstanding anti-Communist focus distorted its threat assessment of feminist organizing. Combining gender analysis and critical approaches to state surveillance, Christabelle Sethna and Steve Hewitt consider the machinations of the RCMP, including its bureaucratic evolution, intelligence-gathering operations, and impact, as well as the evolution of the women’s liberation movement from its broad transnational influences to its elusive quest for unity among women across lines of ideology and identity. Significantly, the authors also grapple with the historiographical, methodological, and ethical difficulties of working with declassified security documents and sensitive information. A sharp-eyed inquiry into spy policies and tactics in Cold War Canada, Just Watch Us speaks to the serious political implications of state surveillance for social justice activism in liberal democracies.

Inside Politics

by L. Ian MacDonald

If journalism is the first draft of history, it’s equally important to see how the work stands the test of time. If the writing isn’t prescient and perspicacious, it doesn’t meet that test. This collection of columns and articles by L. Ian MacDonald – a sequel to Politics, People & Potpourri – meets that test. Much has happened in the politics of Canada and Quebec, as well as to the leaders who have defined and shaped the first two decades of the twenty-first century, since the first collection was published in 2009. The successful election campaigns of Harper and Trudeau form the political bookends of the present decade in Canada and the opening chapters of the book. Between these governments, there are the events, personalities, and issues that have shaped the political narrative and policy debate, from fiscal frameworks to clean energy and pipelines, from the Senate expense scandal and democratic reform to national security at home and the mission against ISIS abroad. In his columns, and longer pieces from Policy Options and Policy magazines, MacDonald provides clear-minded commentary on political issues salient to all Canadians – including the election of Donald Trump in the United States. He also profiles a diverse group of political figures, and writes moving tributes to departed, nationally respected figures such as Jean Béliveau, Jim Flaherty, Jack Layton, and Tom Van Dusen. This intelligent and entertaining collection presents MacDonald at his best, and offers a captivating view of Canadian politics and life.

Kindle Fire: The book that should have been in the box

by Peter Meyers

Enter a bright new world of entertainment with Amazon’s red hot tablet. This guide lights the way with lots of illustrations and step-by-step instructions for browsing the Web, emailing, playing games, and viewing books, movies, and magazines in blazing color. Learn how to manage your media library on the Fire and in the cloud—and where to find the coolest apps.Note: This first edition of Kindle Fire: The Missing Manual covers only the original Kindle Fire sold between November, 2011 and September, 2012. For later models, please see Kindle Fire: The Missing Manual, 2nd edition.The important stuff you need to know:Read all about it. Find, load, and read a variety of ebooks, magazines, and newspapers.Go online. Browse the Web and manage email with a secure Wi-Fi connection.Put on a show. Watch movies and TV series, and showcase your photos and videos.Fill up your jukebox. Listen to your favorite music from Amazon and iTunes.Load up on apps. Get popular games, guides, references, and more with Amazon’s Apps for Android.Take your briefcase. Read PDFs, Word files, Excel spreadsheets, and other docs.

Appcelerator Titanium: Building Native iOS and Android Apps Using JavaScript (Oreilly And Associate Ser.)

by John Anderson

Build native apps for iOS, Android, and Blackberry from a single JavaScript codebase with Appcelerator Titanium. This guide gets you quickly up to speed on this amazing framework and shows you how to generate cross-platform apps with 100% native controls. You'll also learn the advantages of using Titanium when you want to create an app for just one native platform, rather than struggle with Java or Objective-C. Fast-paced and full of examples, this book helps you build your first project with Titanium Studio, and then takes you through the steps necessary to build complex data-bound apps. Learn how Titanium differs from frameworks such as jQuery Mobile and Sencha Touch Set up and use iOS and Android SDKs and compilers with Titanium Build basic UI and window controls, and create your own composite objects Take a peek at how Titanium objects and methods work behind the scenes Learn how JavaScript makes Titanium easy to extend and customize Develop apps that consume complex data, whether it's stored locally or on remote servers Understand the pros and cons of distributing apps on the App Store and Android Market

Understanding Computation: From Simple Machines to Impossible Programs

by Tom Stuart

Finally, you can learn computation theory and programming language design in an engaging, practical way. Understanding Computation explains theoretical computer science in a context you'll recognize, helping you appreciate why these ideas matter and how they can inform your day-to-day programming. Rather than use mathematical notation or an unfamiliar academic programming language like Haskell or Lisp, this book uses Ruby in a reductionist manner to present formal semantics, automata theory, and functional programming with the lambda calculus. It's ideal for programmers versed in modern languages, with little or no formal training in computer science. Understand fundamental computing concepts, such as Turing completeness in languages Discover how programs use dynamic semantics to communicate ideas to machines Explore what a computer can do when reduced to its bare essentials Learn how universal Turing machines led to today's general-purpose computers Perform complex calculations, using simple languages and cellular automata Determine which programming language features are essential for computation Examine how halting and self-referencing make some computing problems unsolvable Analyze programs by using abstract interpretation and type systems

Difference Not Disorder: Understanding Autism Theory in Practice

by Dr Catherine Harvey Kevin McFadden

Interventions and educational approaches for children with autism spectrum disorders have developed in response to the different models for how autism has been constructed and understood. This book explores the evolving theories on autism and how these have impacted the interventions and outcomes in education. Drawing on 30 years of professional experience and detailed research, Harvey exposes the myths around autism, advocates for understanding autism as difference rather than impairment, and provides practical guidance on teaching and learning, behaviour management, addressing sensory and physical needs of children with ASD. This accessible overview shows how to put autism research into practice, learn from historic mistakes and create the most supportive environment for children on the autism spectrum.

Assessing Intellectual Property Compliance in Contemporary China: The World Trade Organisation And Trade-related Intellectual Property Rights (Palgrave Series In Asia And Pacific Studies)

by Kristie Thomas

Since its accession to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) in December 2001, China has been committed to full compliance with the Trade-Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) Agreement. This text considers the development of intellectual property in China, and offers an interdisciplinary analysis of China's compliance with the TRIPS Agreement using theories originating in international relations and law. It notes that despite significant efforts to amend China's substantive IP laws to prepare for WTO accession and sweeping changes to domestic legislation, a significant gap existed between the laws on paper and as enforced in practice, and that infringements to the agreement are still prevalent. The book examines how compliance with international rules can be promoted and encouraged in a specific jurisdiction. Making a case for a wider, more interdisciplinary and global outlook, it contends that compliance needs to align with the national interests of relevant countries and jurisdictions, as governments' economic interests support the greater enforcement of the IP laws.

Enterprise Search: Enhancing Business Performance

by Martin White

Is your organization rapidly accumulating more information than you know how to manage? This book helps you create an enterprise search solution based on more than just technology. Author Martin White shows you how to plan and implement a managed search environment that meets the needs of your business and your employees. Learn why it’s vital to have a dedicated staff manage your search technology and support your users.In one survey, 93% of executives said their organization is losing revenue because they’re not fully able to use the information they collect. With this book, business managers, IT managers, and information professionals can maximize the value of corporate information and data assets.Use 12 critical factors to gauge your organization’s search needsLearn how to make a business case for searchResearch your user requirements and evaluate your current search solutionCreate a support team with technical skills and organizational knowledge to manage your solutionSet quality guidelines for organizational content and metadataGet an overview of open source and commercial search technologyChoose an application based on your requirements, not for its featuresMake mobile and location-independent search part of your solution

Monitoring with Ganglia: Tracking Dynamic Host and Application Metrics at Scale

by Matt Massie Bernard Li Brad Nicholes Vladimir Vuksan

<p>Written by Ganglia designers and maintainers, this book shows you how to collect and visualize metrics from clusters, grids, and cloud infrastructures at any scale. This hands-on book helps experienced system administrators take advantage of Ganglia 3.x.</p>

Getting Started with Mule Cloud Connect: Accelerating Integration with SaaS, Social Media, and Open APIs

by Ryan Carter

<div><p>This book offers an introduction into Mule and the powerful, lightweight Mule Cloud Connect toolset and development kit for integrating Open APIs and SaaS platforms fast and painlessly.</p>\n\n<p>This books shows how you can connect to the programmable web easily and integrate some of the most popular Open APIs into your programs. Numerous examples make the book immediately usable.</p></div>

Developing with Couchbase Server: Building Scalable, Flexible Database-Based Applications

by Mc Brown

<p>Today&#8217;s highly interactive websites pose a challenge for traditional SQL databases&#8212;the ability to scale rapidly and serve loads of concurrent users. With this concise guide, you&#8217;ll learn how to build web applications on top of Couchbase Server 2.0, a NoSQL database that can handle websites and social media where hundreds of thousands of users read and write large volumes of information.</p>

Making Musical Apps: Real-time audio synthesis on Android and iOS

by Peter Brinkmann

Want to turn your mobile device into a musical instrument? Or equip your game with interactive audio, rather than canned samples? You can do it with Pure Data (Pd), an open source visual programming environment that lets you manipulate digital audio in real time. This concise book shows you how to use Pd—with help from the libpd library—as an easily embeddable and widely portable sound engine.Whether you’re an audio developer looking to create musical apps with sophisticated audio capabilities, or an application developer ready to enhance mobile games with real-time procedural audio, Making Musical Apps introduces you to Pd and libpd, and provides hands-on instructions for creating musical apps for Android and iOS.Get a crash course in Pd, and discover how to generate and control soundsLearn how to create and deploy algorithmic compositions that react to a user’s activity and environmentUse Java or Objective-C to integrate Pd and libpd into mobile appsLearn the steps necessary to build libpd-based apps for Android and iOS

Head First HTML5 Programming: Building Web Apps with JavaScript

by Eric Freeman Elisabeth Robson

HTML has been on a wild ride. Sure, HTML started as a mere markup language, but more recently HTML's put on some major muscle. Now we've got a language tuned for building web applications with Web storage, 2D drawing, offline support, sockets and threads, and more. And to speak this language you've got to go beyond HTML5 markup and into the world of the DOM, events, and JavaScript APIs. Now you probably already know all about HTML markup (otherwise known as structure) and you know all aboutCSS style (presentation), but what you've been missing is JavaScript (behavior). If all you know about are structure and presentation, you can create some great looking pages, but they're still just pages. When you add behavior with JavaScript, you can create an interactive experience; even better, you can create full blown web applications.Head First HTML5 Programming is your ultimate tour guide to creating web applications with HTML5 and JavaScript, and we give you everything you need to know to build them, including: how to add interactivity to your pages, how to communicate with the world of Web services, and how to use the great new APIs being developed for HTML5. Here are just some of the things you'll learn in Head First HTML5 Programing: Learn how to make your pages truly interactive by using the power of the DOM. Finally understand how JavaScript works and take yourself from novice to well-informed in just a few chapters. Learn how JavaScript APIs fit into the HTML5 ecosystem, and how to use any API in your web pages. Use the Geolocation API to know where your users are. Bring out your inner artist with Canvas, HTML5's new 2D drawing surface. Go beyond just plugging a video into your pages, and create custom video experiences. Learn the secret to grabbing five megabytes of storage in every user's browser. Improve your page's responsiveness and performance with Web workers. And much more.

Head First PMP: A Brain-Friendly Guide to Passing the Project Management Professional Exam (Head First)

by Jennifer Greene Andrew Stellman

Learn the latest principles and certification objectives in The PMBOK Guide, Fourth Edition, in a unique and inspiring way with Head First PMP . The second edition of this book helps you prepare for the PMP certification exam using a visually rich format designed for the way your brain works. You'll find a full-length sample exam included inside the book.More than just proof of passing a test, a PMP certification means that you have the knowledge to solve most common project problems. But studying for a difficult four-hour exam on project management isn't easy, even for experienced project managers. Drawing on the latest research in neurobiology, cognitive science, and learning theory, Head First PMP offers you a multi-sensory experience that helps the material stick, not a text-heavy approach that puts you to sleep. This book will help you:Learn PMP's underlying concepts to help you understand the PMBOK principles and pass the certification exam with flying colorsGet 100% coverage of the latest principles and certification objectives in The PMBOK Guide, Fourth Edition, including two new processes: Collect Requirements and Identify StakeholdersMake use of a thorough and effective preparation guide with hundreds of practice questions and exam strategiesExplore the material through puzzles, games, problems, and exercises that make learning easy and entertainingHead First PMP puts project management principles into context to help you understand, remember, and apply them -- not just on the exam, but also on the job.

Head First PHP & MySQL: A Brain-Friendly Guide (Head First)

by Michael Morrison Lynn Beighley

If you're ready to create web pages more complex than those you can build with HTML and CSS, Head First PHP & MySQL is the ultimate learning guide to building dynamic, database-driven websites using PHP and MySQL. Packed with real-world examples, this book teaches you all the essentials of server-side programming, from the fundamentals of PHP and MySQL coding to advanced topics such as form validation, session IDs, cookies, database queries and joins, file I/O operations, content management, and more.Head First PHP & MySQL offers the same visually rich format that's turned every title in the Head First series into a bestseller, with plenty of exercises, quizzes, puzzles, and other interactive features to help you retain what you've learned. Use PHP to transform static HTML pages into dynamic web sites Create and populate your own MySQL database tables, and work with data stored in files Perform sophisticated MySQL queries with joins, and refine your results with LIMIT and ORDER BY Use cookies and sessions to track visitors' login information and personalize the site for users Protect your data from SQL injection attacks Use regular expressions to validate information on forms Dynamically display text based on session info and create images on the fly Pull syndicated data from other sites using PHP and XML Throughout the book, you'll build sophisticated examples -- including a mailing list, a job board, and an online dating site -- to help you learn how to harness the power of PHP and MySQL in a variety of contexts. If you're ready to build a truly dynamic website, Head First PHP & MySQL is the ideal way to get going.

Head First Statistics: A Brain-Friendly Guide (Head First)

by Dawn Griffiths

Wouldn't it be great if there were a statistics book that made histograms, probability distributions, and chi square analysis more enjoyable than going to the dentist? Head First Statistics brings this typically dry subject to life, teaching you everything you want and need to know about statistics through engaging, interactive, and thought-provoking material, full of puzzles, stories, quizzes, visual aids, and real-world examples. Whether you're a student, a professional, or just curious about statistical analysis, Head First's brain-friendly formula helps you get a firm grasp of statistics so you can understand key points and actually use them. Learn to present data visually with charts and plots; discover the difference between taking the average with mean, median, and mode, and why it's important; learn how to calculate probability and expectation; and much more.Head First Statistics is ideal for high school and college students taking statistics and satisfies the requirements for passing the College Board's Advanced Placement (AP) Statistics Exam. With this book, you'll:Study the full range of topics covered in first-year statistics Tackle tough statistical concepts using Head First's dynamic, visually rich format proven to stimulate learning and help you retain knowledge Explore real-world scenarios, ranging from casino gambling to prescription drug testing, to bring statistical principles to life Discover how to measure spread, calculate odds through probability, and understand the normal, binomial, geometric, and Poisson distributions Conduct sampling, use correlation and regression, do hypothesis testing, perform chi square analysis, and moreBefore you know it, you'll not only have mastered statistics, you'll also see how they work in the real world. Head First Statistics will help you pass your statistics course, and give you a firm understanding of the subject so you can apply the knowledge throughout your life.

Getting Started with Fluidinfo: Online Information Storage and Search Platform (Oreilly And Associate Ser.)

by Nicholas J. Radcliffe Nicholas H. Tollervey

Imagine a public storage system that has a place online for structured data about everything that exists--or that could exist. This book introduces Fluidinfo, a system that enables you to store information about anything, real or imaginary, in any digital form. You'll learn how to organize and search for data, and decide who can use, modify, and extend what you've contributed. This guide demonstrates Fluidinfo's potential to create social data, with facilities that encourage users and applications to share, remix, and reuse data in ways they may not have anticipated. You'll learn how to use tools for reading and writing data, and how to use Fluidinfo in your own applications by working with its writable API and simple query language. Read and write Fluidinfo data from web applications--and reuse and build upon each other's data Discover Fluidinfo's permissions system for tags and namespaces Learn how to use Fish, the command-line tool for interacting with Fluidinfo data Delve into Fluidinfo's RESTful API, and learn how to make HTTP requests Use Fluidinfo client libraries to build a simple Python utility or a JavaScript web application

FileMaker Pro 12: The Missing Manual

by Susan Prosser Stuart Gripman

You don’t have to be a techie to use FileMaker Pro 12, but you do need to know what you’re doing. With this crystal-clear guide, you’ll learn how to create a powerful database that lets you do almost anything with your data. Whether you’re running a business, printing a catalog, or planning a wedding, you’ll learn how to customize your database and put it to work.The important stuff you need to know:Get started. Tour FileMaker Pro’s features and create your first database in minutes.Catalog your data. View, sort, and shape information in dozens of ways.Create professional documents. Publish reports, invoices, and other documents with ease.Harness processing power. Use calculations and scripts to crunch numbers, search text, and automate tasks.Add visual power and clarity. Create colorful charts to illustrate and summarize your data.Think like a developer. Dive into the high-level features of FileMaker Pro Advanced.

Asterisk: The Future of Telephony Is Now

by Leif Madsen Jim Van Meggelen Russell Bryant

Design a complete VoIP or analog PBX with Asterisk, even if you have no previous Asterisk experience and only basic telecommunications knowledge. This bestselling guide makes it easy, with a detailed roadmap to installing, configuring, and integrating this open source software into your existing phone system. Ideal for Linux administrators, developers, and power users, this book shows you how to write a basic dialplan step by step, and quickly brings you up to speed on the latest Asterisk features in version 1.8. Integrate Asterisk with analog, VoIP, and digital telephony systems Build a simple interactive dialplan, and dive into advanced concepts Use Asterisk's voicemail options--including a standalone voicemail server Build a menuing system and add applications that act on caller input Incorporate a relational database with MySQL and Postgre SQL Connect to external services such as LDAP, calendars, XMPP, and Skype Use Automatic Call Distribution to build a call queuing system Learn how to use Asterisk's security, call routing, and faxing features

Windows Server 2012: Upgrading, Installing, and Optimizing Windows Server 2012 (Oreilly And Associate Ser.)

by Samara Lynn

<p>If your organization plans to move to a cloud infrastructure from a LAN or WAN, this book shows you how to do it efficiently with Windows Server 2012. Experienced Windows administrators will learn how to deploy, configure, and manage the server&#8217;s expanded capabilities and features step-by-step, using clear examples and numerous screen shots. You&#8217;ll also discover how to integrate employees&#8217; private mobile devices into your corporate network.</p>

Building Mobile Applications with Java: Using the Google Web Toolkit and PhoneGap

by Joshua Marinacci

<p>Mobile applications are hard enough to design and build without having to rewrite the app for multiple, often incompatible, platforms. Using GWT and PhoneGap this book will show you how you can use a language you already know, Java, to build mobile apps for multiple mobile platforms at once; even on platforms that do not natively support Java. Further, this book will show you how to access device features, design user interfaces that fit the constraints of mobile devices, then use these skills to build a full client/server application for all of the major mobile platforms.</p>

Drupal Development Tricks for Designers: A Designer Friendly Guide to Drush, Git, and Other Tools

by Dani Nordin

<p>Take your Drupal skills even further with valuable tricks for making site building truly efficient. In this concise guide&#8212;the third in a series by award-winning designer Dani Nordin&#8212;you&#8217;ll learn how to set up your own development environment, quickly update your modules, and use version control to protect yourself from bonehead mistakes. It&#8217;s much more than simple coding; it&#8217;s real, honest-to-goodness developer Ninja Magick.</p>

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