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[まとめ買い] ディジタル信号処理の基礎
ディジタル信号処理の基礎となる数学的基礎,共通的な技法について解説するシリーズの第1巻である。
第1巻では,信号や信号処理の意味について理解し,数々のディジタル信号処理の例について概観する。
1.1節では,一般的な「信号」の意味と電気分野での「信号」の意味について解説する。
1.2節では,信号処理に共通的なフーリエ変換の利用場面や信号処理の適用分野,
さらに音声信号処理における雑音除去,信号圧縮の例,
画像信号処理における画像圧縮,動画圧縮の概要,画像の加工例について解説する。
1.3節では,信号の種類について解説し,次元と離散量の関係について付記する。
1.4節では,ディジタル信号処理固有の処理について,特に適応信号処理とその例について解説する。
さらにディジタルフィルタは非線形フィルタも実現できるので、
特に画像信号についてのメディアンフィルタ,モルフォロジーフィルタの例を示す。
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Hack Learning Series (19 Book Series)
From Book 1:

You don't need another 5 year plan

These 10 Hacks will transform your school and classroom right now!

In Hacking Education, Mark Barnes and Jennifer Gonzalez employ decades of teaching experience and hundreds of discussions with education thought leaders, to show you how to find and hone the quick fixes that every school and classroom need. Using a Hacker’s mentality, they provide one Aha moment after another with 10 Quick Fixes for Every School--solutions to everyday problems and teaching methods that any teacher or administrator can implement immediately.

With these Hacks, you can eliminate

  • school meetings
  • classroom management woes
  • technology issues
  • new teacher problems
  • reluctant readers
  • lost planning time

˃˃˃ Learn to solve problems with:

  • Pineapple Charts
  • The 360 Spreadsheet
  • Glass Classrooms
  • Track Records
  • Marigold Committees
  • The TQZ
  • More Impactful Hacks

˃˃˃ This is not your average education book

Hacking Education won't weigh you down with outdated research or complicated strategies. Barnes and Gonzalez provide brilliant ideas woven into a user-friendly success guide that you'll want to keep nearby throughout the school year. Each chapter is neatly wrapped in this simple formula:

  • The Problem
  • The Hack (a ridiculously easy solution that you've likely never considered)
  • What You Can Do Tomorrow (no waiting necessary)
  • Blueprint for Full Implementation (a step-by-step action plan for capacity building)
  • The Hack in Action (yes, someone has actually done this)

˃˃˃ Look what other thought leaders say about Hacking Education

"Barnes and Gonzalez don’t just solve problems; they turn teachers into hackers--a transformation that is right on time.”

-- Don Wettrick, author of Pure Genius: Building a Culture of Innovation and Taking 20% Time to the Next Level

“Jennifer and Mark are two educators that know how to transform some of the most frustrating teacher problems into easy-to-implement solutions. Hacking Education proves that anyone--from a first year-teacher to a 30-year veteran--can be a more effective teacher and be a positive agent of change in their school's culture.”

-- Brian Sztabnik, host Talks with Teachers podcast, contributing author at Edutopia

“Barnes and Gonzalez provide a refreshingly modern take on a system that has become old and sclerotic, our schools. Their writing is succinct, it resonates and smacks you with the deliverables.

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Kindle Utility (2 Book Series)
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What they'd teach you if they had the time (3 Book Series)
From Book 1: This is just a sample of a series of books i am developing. When you leave feedback please email me as when i have completed the books i intend to give out a lot of free copies to my mailing list.Will Pythagoras always work ? Where does calculus come from ? What's the point of trigonometry ? Why does that work ? Where does that come from ? These are questions that may have considered but as teachers and tutors are often stretched and short of time don't have time to explain them to you. Students are often taught how to follow the steps to solve the problem. Here is a sample of a larger book. This book goes beyond current teaching and endevours to give you a deeper understanding of particular subject areas of mathematics. Where does a particular formula come from, explaining calculus.
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Vedic Speed Mathematics (2 Book Series)
From Book 1: Vedic Mathematics is a collection of simple one liner formulas to solve mathematical problems in easy and faster way. It is Amazingly Compact and Powerful System of Calculation. Benefits: Become MatheMagician in 21 Days; Solve Complex Problems in Few Seconds; Come Out of Maths Phobia. Highly Useful For: Students (School and College Goers), Mathematics Teachers, Job Seekers, Various Exams where fast calculation is required.
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[まとめ買い] 具体例で考える 統計 の How to !!
本書では、データをどのように整理し、どのように加工し、どのようにグラフで表現すれば良いかということを、具体例を通して身につけることを目的とします。
具体例を通して、データの持つ性質について考察していきますので、本書の手順を真似しながら、統計の手法や考え方を身につけることが出来るでしょう。

目次:
はじめに
1.1 度数分布表とは
1.2 ヒストグラム
1.3 階級とその設定方法
1.4 累積度数と累積相対度数
1.5 ローレンツ曲線
1.6 ジニ係数

具体例で考える 統計 の How to !! シリーズ
第1章 度数分布表 (本書)
第2章 基本統計量 (発売中)
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[まとめ買い] 数学の翼
 「数学」は, 数学を学習している中学生・高校生だけのためでもなく, それを教える教員, それを研究する研究者のためだけのものではありません。数学は最も古くから受け継がれてきた人類の財産の一つであり, 現代でも人類全体のためのものです。
 この雑誌は, 普段, 数学に触れることの少ない人, 触れる機会をもたない人にも数学をつなげるものである一方で, 普段から数学に関わっている人にも, 違う目線で数学的な考え方を深めていけるものです。
 この雑誌は, 第1号から始まり, 第21号で終了することが予定された「有限期間雑誌」ですが, この21回の中でひとつの目的を達する予定です。
 この雑誌は次のような内容で構成されています。
(1) 数学小説「こちら, 生活数学科編集部です!」
 生活の中にある数学に目を向け, 私たちの生活の中で数学がどのように役立っているか, あるいはどのように利用できるかを紹介します。また, 原則として, 未発表の数学上の結果も発表し, 読者がこれからの生活の中で数学を役立ててもらえるように工夫してあります。なお, この記事は, 生活の中で数学がどのように必要になるかを普通の社会人目線で見てもらうため, 内容の説明を小説形式の会話文でしてあります。高校ă
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Blockchain (2 Book Series)
From Book 1: *Blockchain for the non-developer

Book 1: Blockchain 101: Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)
Book 2: Blockchain 101: Forking, Smart Contracts, Scaling, & Permissioned States

This Concise Reads series is set up in short 1-hour explanations of blockchain technology to educate the general public and students planning to make a career in this exciting new field. As it was in the early 2000s when students were foregoing careers in banking for careers in internet startups, today students are doubling down on blockchain classes and internships to build an exciting career for themselves.

This first guide in the series explains the core technology behind blockchains-namely the distributed ledger technology or DLT, the basics of its technical architecture (things like hashes, transactions, ledgers, and linking of chains), and consensus building. In the second guide, we'll explore forking, scaling, smart contracts and permissioned technology and how they can be used. The second guide was a lot of fun to write, but to understand and appreciate it, you'll need to go through the basics in this guide first.

Introduction excerpt: The rapid adoption of blockchain mimics the rapid adoption of internet technology in the 1990s. Today we are in an exciting part of the cycle where hundreds of technology startups are raising funds through Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) to bring this technology mainstream. This is reminiscent of the hundreds of Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) of 1999. As we recall, there was much enthusiasm for the technology which fueled the bubble that ultimately burst in 2000. Speculators were so excited about the new technology that they did not complete their due diligence on the business plan and whether these companies would ultimately become profitable.

In 1999, there were 457 IPOs, many of which doubled in price within the first day of trading. By the time the dot-com bubble burst and investors realized many of the companies could not become profitable, the interest in and number of new IPOs dropped to only 76 by 2001. However, the companies with the best business plans survived and turned the skeptics into consumers over the next decade. Some of these companies are Amazon, eBay, and Priceline.

We are in the same 1999 bubble, and only a few of the blockchain startups will survive and will make consumers of the skeptics over the next decade.
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