High Performance Python: Practical Performant Programming for Humans

High Performance Python: Practical Performant Programming for Humans

(1 reviews, 1172 downloads)
, 2014-09-20, 370 pages, pdf, epub
Your Python code may run correctly, but you need it to run faster. By exploring the fundamental theory behind design choices, this practical guide helps you gain a deeper understanding of Python’s implementation. You’ll learn how to locate performance bottlenecks…
Beginning Python Visualization: Crafting Visual Transformation Scripts, 2nd Edition

Beginning Python Visualization: Crafting Visual Transformation Scripts, 2nd Edition

(3 reviews, 1020 downloads)
, 2014-08-19, 416 pages, pdf, epub
We are visual animals. But before we can see the world in its true splendor, our brains, just like our computers, have to sort and organize raw data, and then transform that data to produce new images of the world….
Parallel Programming with Python

Parallel Programming with Python

(7 reviews, 886 downloads)
, 2014-07-14, 107 pages, pdf, epub
Develop efficient parallel systems using the robust Python environment Overview Demonstrates the concepts of Python parallel programming Boosts your Python computing capabilities Contains easy-to-understand explanations and plenty of examples In Detail Starting with the basics of parallel programming, you will…
An Interdisciplinary Introduction to Image Processing

An Interdisciplinary Introduction to Image Processing

(5 reviews, 719 downloads)
, 2012-04-27, 544 pages, pdf, epub
This book explores image processing from several perspectives: the creative, the theoretical (mainly mathematical), and the programmatical. It explains the basic principles of image processing, drawing on key concepts and techniques from mathematics, psychology of perception, computer science, and art,…
A Smarter Way to Learn JavaScript

A Smarter Way to Learn JavaScript

(310 reviews, 1520 downloads)
, 2014-03-20, 320 pages, pdf, epub
I found JavaScript books so frustrating, I decided to write my own. The authors of JavaScript books are probably some of the brightest people around. And maybe that’s the problem. Maybe they don’t know how to relate to those of…