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Marketing Yourself with Technical Writing: A Guide for Today's Professionals

William M. Vatavuk
July 21, 1992

Marketing Yourself with Technical Writing: A Guide for Today's Professionals provides valuable guidance on how to getting your technical writing published. The author discusses such important topics as book contracts, book indexes, the peer review process, writing query letters, and dealing with...

Quality Control for Profit: Gaining the Competitive Edge, Third Edition,

Ronald H. Lester, Norbert L. Enrick, Harry E.. Mottley, Jr
May 22, 1992


Computerized Management of Multiple Small Projects: Planning, Task and Resource Scheduling, Estimating, Design Optimization, and Project Control

Richard E. Westney
March 17, 1992

"This well-organized reference presents complete and explicit instructions on exactly what to do to manage multiple small projects -- using limited resources -- in any industry. The hands-on methods -- derived from proven successes in every type of business -- specifically address the needs of the...

Design at Work: Cooperative Design of Computer Systems

Joan Greenbaum, Morten Kyng
April 01, 1991

The contributors to this important volume begin with a simple premise: Computer system development is difficult, not primarily because of the complexity of technical problems, but because of the social interaction involved when users and designers learn to create programs and express ideas together...

Essential Engineering Equations

Syed A. Nasar, Clayton R. Paul
February 26, 1991

Linear, simultaneous algebraic equations, ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations; and difference equations are the four most common types of equations encountered in engineering. This book provides methods for solving general equations of all four types and draws examples...

A Dictionary of Scientific Quotations

Alan L. Mackay
January 01, 1991

Science affects us all-in the words of Albert Einstein, "The whole of science is nothing more than a refinement of everyday thinking." It is therefore fascinating to discover the thoughts of scientists, philosophers, humanists, poets, theologians, politicians, and other miscellaneous mortals on...

What Every Manager Should Know about Quality

Thomas Pyzdek
November 28, 1990

"Offers an accessible account of quality control and features forms, worksheets, and step-by-step procedures that simplify statistical process control - showing how to build a business that will thrive in today's economy. "...

Systematic Safety Training

January 19, 1990

How to integrate safety skills into job training through behavior modification and various instructional methods. The price is high for this compendium of training suggestions and techniques. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or....

Non-Destructive Testing And Evaluation For Manufacturing And Construction.

H. Dos Reis
December 01, 1989

Exploring advances and strengthening communications among researchers in manufacturing and construction technologies, this book covers nondestructive testing and evaluation methods. Drawing on a wide range of experts, it provides insights from every sector of the field. Based on a three-day...

Engineering Mathematics and Statistics: Pocket Handbook

Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff, Louise Ferrante
July 10, 1989


In-Process Quality Control for Manufacturing

William Barkman
February 22, 1989


What Every Engineer Should Know about Quality Control

October 28, 1988

"Considerations of Quality play a prominent role in all fields -- particularly with recently focused attention on issues of consumerism, product and professional liability, and government regulation. American industries must improve quality if they are to remain competitive in world markets. "...