RE: [hackers-il] Looking for Books (once again)
> Well i have some books, but i ain;t never gonna sell :)Some of these books (especially silverberg and sipser) have very few copies
> anyway, i don't see why you can't get them in the library:
> for stochastic processes you have:
> Prof micha yadin(rip) (hebrew) "stochastic models"
> Ross. S., Introd. To Probability Models
in the library and many students who want to read them.
I got Ross's book in the library, though. Thanks for the recommendation, it
seems very good indeed.
> operating systems:Java examples?
> I personally like silberschatz "applied operating system
> concepts", with lots of java
The other OS books I saw had very few examples, and lots of theory.
> linear programming, which includes some queue theory and game theory:Thanks.
> I personally think the best books written for this, are the
> openU translated books
> of "deterministic models" F s. Hillier and Lieberman.