Mauro Marinilli's Books
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This page lists all the technical and academic books I authored, co-authored, or simply contributed with a brief summary and link to more details.
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Professional Java User Interfaces
"Professional Java User Interfaces"
707 Pages, 2006
John Wiley & Sons
Professional Java User Interfaces addresses Graphical User Interfaces from early design through development and
maintenance. The book discusses GUI Design theory, GUI Design guidelines, usability, test-driven GUI Development,
testing tools, GUI tuning, OO software design for complex GUI, GUI code generation and even more.
This work is the result of many years of professional practice within the Industry.
For more details, visit the related pages on this site.
Here is a link to the book on Amazon US.
512 Pages, 2001
Java Deployment takes a very practical approach to the topic of deploying Java Applications. First, the book presents the major deployment concerns a Java developer faces and addresses the most common deployment scenarios. Next, the book addresses deployment issues the developer faces while coding a project. Finally, the book presents the JNLP technology and shows how to use JNLP in application deployment, with ready-to-use source code.
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Here is a link to Amazon US.
La Pratica del Codice
"La Pratica del Codice"
290 Pages, 2005
La Pratica del Codice is a textbook about the humble joy of writing code. For students in Computer Science, it is 'the fruit' of several years of interactions with students
at the University of Roma Tre. Students love the many nice anecdotes about Computer Science & Software, but get puzzled by advice like "Structured Programming isn't that good" and other little (Academic) heresies.
This book was fun to write. For more details, visit the related pages (in Italian).
Here is also a link to the Editor.
A Case Study in e-Learning:
Cognitive Modeling of Personalized Software Design Styles
In: "E-Learning Networked Environments and Architectures: A Knowledge Processing Perspective"
Pierre Samuel Editor
A chapter of the academic book "E-Learning Networked Environments and Architectures: A Knowledge Processing Perspective".
Here is available an early draft. For the final version see the published final chapter.
"Web Document Modeling"
In: "The Adaptive Web: Methods and Strategies of Web Personalization"
Peter Brusilovksy, Alfred Kobsa, Wolfgang Nejdl, Editors
This chapter provides a basic overview of the most
common and useful techniques and approaches related with document modeling. The
chapter describes high-level techniques to model Web documents, such as the
Vector Space Model and a number of AI approaches, such as Semantic Networks,
Neural Networks and Bayesian Networks.
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