Many movies hitting the big screen over the last few years base their storylines on a common premise. They question reality, or the "real world" we think we know, pointing out that artificially-created dream worlds, and environments produced by computer simulations, can be convincingly realistic.
TekARK offers an alternative idea on religion, one that's shaped primarily by the modern world. Aided by scientific theory & fact, it draws together the notion of the divine with the idea of the Simulation Hypothesis. This book focuses heavily on the notion of the Simulated Reality, exploring how & why God might have employed such a method before making the case based on various existing evidence.
This book is all about Spice Circuit Simulations Using LTspice. LTspice is available free from Linear Technology. LTspice is perhaps one of the most widely used free simulators. It is a powerful simulator with a simple interface to handle. The book covers the requirements of a laboratory course in SPICE simulations at an introductory level.
In this book we present the functional language F# with a particular focus on fun applications such as simulations and games.
We will see a series of entertaining examples: a bouncing ball, the Saturn V rocket, an asteroid field and a starship battle.
In the last two chapters we will build a rendering system in XNA that renders the previous samples in 2D and 3D with input and audio.