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Currencies of Asia
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Currencies of Asia ab 30.99 € als Taschenbuch: Euro Japanese yen Renminbi Thai baht Indonesian rupiah Afghan afghani United States dollar Pound sterling Malaysian ringgit Indian rupee South Korean won Russian ruble Turkish lira Philippine peso Macanese pataca. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Wirtschaft & Soziales,

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Currencies of Europe
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Currencies of Europe ab 26.49 € als Taschenbuch: Euro Franc Greek drachma Norwegian krone European Currency Unit Polish zloty Deutsche Mark Finnish markka Swedish krona Spanish peseta Icelandic króna Croatian kuna Danish krone Maltese lira Pound sterling Russian ruble. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Wirtschaft & Soziales,

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Raelynn Hillhouse
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Raelynn Hillhouse is an American spy novelist and former smuggler. Hillhouse studied in Central and Eastern Europe for over six years at various institutions including Moscow State University, Moscow Finance Institute, Humboldt University of Berlin, Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen (Germany) and Babes-Bolyai University (Cluj, Romania). She earned her undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis and her MA in Russian and East European Studies as well as her Ph.D. in political science from the University of Michigan. When living as a student in Europe, she claims to have engaged in the black market between East and West, running Cuban rum, smuggling jewels from the Soviet Union and laundering East Bloc currencies.

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Modelling the exchange rate volatility of Kazak...
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This book examines the volatility of Kazakh Tenge against five main trading currencies, namely: the US dollar, Euro, Russian Rouble, Ukrainian Hryvnia and Chinese Yuan. 4552 daily exchange rates data, from National Bank of Kazakhstan were used in the analysis. The ARCH family, conditional variance models were chosen as a method for modelling volatility. Six main representative models of this family, namely are: ARCH and GARCH models (for capturing the heteroscedasticity), GJR (TGARCH) and EGARCH models (for capturing the leverage effects), IGARCH and FIGARCH models (to account for long memory shock effects) were further selected. Afterward, the static, one-step-ahead forecast was conducted. The forecast results are then compared using the root mean squared error (RMSE) and the mean absolute error (MAE) performance measurement criteria. According to both RMSE and MAE results, the US dollar, Chinese Yuan, Russian Rouble and Ukrainian Hryvnia are best forecasted by simple ARCH model, and Euro is best forecasted by an asymmetric GJR model. The long memory IGARCH and FIGARCH models did not show the best forecasting performance in none of the five currencies examined.

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XML Schema
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If you need to create or use formal descriptions of XML vocabularies, the W3C's XML Schema offers a powerful set of tools for defining acceptable document structures and content. An alternative to DTDs as the way to describe and validate data in an XML environment, XML Schema enables developers to create precise descriptions with a richer set of datatypes?such as booleans, numbers, currencies, dates and times?that are essential for today?s applications.Schemas are powerful, but that power comes with substantial complexity. This concise book explains the ins and outs of XML Schema, including design choices, best practices, and limitations. Particularly valuable are discussions of how the type structures fit with existing database and object-oriented program contexts. With XML Schema, you can define acceptable content models and annotate those models with additional type information, making them more readily bound to programs and objects. Schemas combine the easy interchange of text-based XML with the more stringent requirements of data exchange, and make it easier to validate documents based on namespaces.You?ll find plenty of examples in this book that demonstrate the details necessary for precise vocabulary definitions. Topics include: * Foundations of XML Schema syntax * Flat, 'russian-doll', and other schema approaches * Working with simple and complex types in a variety of contexts * The built-in datatypes provided by XML Schema * Using facets to extend datatypes, including regular expression-based patterns * Using keys and uniqueness rules to limit how and where information may appear * Creating extensible schemas and managing extensibility * Documenting schemas and extending XML Schema capabilities through annotations In addition to the explanatory content, XML Schemaprovides a complete reference to all parts of both the XML Schema Structures and XML Schema Datatypes specifications, as well as a glossary. Appendices explore the relationships between XML Schema and other tools for describing document structures, including DTDs, RELAX NG, and Schematron, as well as work in progress at the W3C to more tightly integrate XML Schema with existing specifications.No matter how you intend to use XML Schema - for data structures or document structures, for standalone documents or part of SOAP transactions, for documentation, validation, or data binding ? all the foundations you need are outlined in XML Schema.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 20.09.2020
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The Description of Travels along the Asia
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'The Monuments of the Historic Literature' - is a new series of e-books created by the Multimedia Publishing House named after Strelbitsky. The works of varied genres entered this series: historic novels and novellas, scientific works on history, popular scientific sketches and essays, chronicles, biographies, memoirs and even the Russian tsars' essays. All of them are united by the fact that almost every book became the milestone, event or the integral part of the history itself. This series is for those, who wants not to rewrite the whole history but to reflect on it using the first sources without currencies and treatments. 'The Description of Travels along the Asia' - is the notes by the Byelorussian nobleman, general and etnographer Joseph Kopets (1758-1827). Condemned to the exile to the Kamchatka, Joseph Kopets had never thought that as a result he would become one of the most famous explorers of this region. The hardships of the long way and also staying on these lands, unfamiliar to the Europeans of those times, became the basis of the documental chronicles by the author, where together with the ethnographic observations after the inhabitants of Kamchatka there is the description of the natural conditions in which the Siberian people used to exist for many years.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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An Accidental Cuban
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Harry Cisneros desperately wants to escape moribund Cuba, but he is trapped by circumstances - a wife, a daughter and a lack of money. A dead ringer for Leonardo Di Caprio, Harry's three years in New Jersey as a teenager and perfect English make him an American at heart. No longer content to work in a cigar factory, Harry hustles as a translator in the plaza of the colonial city of Cienfuegos. A chance meeting with a young American couple sets Harry off into a dark odyssey. The couple tells Harry about their experience in Havana of changing dollars into CUCs, the Cuban currency used for tourists. Harry decides to travel to the big city of Havana to explore the black market 'dollar' business in hopes of making enough money to leave Cuba with his family. Harry meets the characters involved in the money exchange business that pervades Havana's underground - a Cuban, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur, and a French restaurateur. Headquarters is Kirpan, a bustling, trendy Cuban restaurant whose partners send Harry out into the streets and plazas of Havana to change currencies and add more dollars to their coffers to invest in Cuba's potential booming future. A Russian businessman spots Harry hanging around a busy plaza and asks him to do some translating. He sees Harry can be useful to him in other ways and sends him to the government application office to find out how his Russian applications for partnering with the Cuban government measure up against other foreign applications. Spending time inside the Cuban government application office as an unwitting spy, Harry meets a young woman who allows him gather information for the Russian. His search reveals that the partners in Kirpan have also filed applications under a French company. It turns out the French are applying for a wider infrastructure of development and are more competitive than the Russian company. Fidel dies. Havana closes down, but Harry continues to get drawn further into the intrigue and deception of a crew of bad actorsvying for Cuban favors. He encounters a double spy, a Cuban agent, and an interloper navigating the corrupt communist government channels on behalf of the Russian. He is also intrigued by a large application file from a Brazilian tech company to implement a cellular system. When there is suspicion that a traitor exists in the Kirpan operation, he has few options but to stay his course.To survive, Harry has to thread a complicated maze of disappearances, duplicities, low-life, wanna-be business friends from Cienfuegos, a pothead flunky, two subversive French agents, and one of Kirpan's partners. In time, he discovers that he Justin isn't what he seems either. Harry delivers the traitor with the final understanding that the true villain in this story is Justin, a man with no real footprint in the world, a man who works for the highest bidder for the highest price, a con who never keeps his promises. His savior is his enemy, and he is disposable. There is nothing more dangerous than a patient man. No way out, all entrances closed, Harry takes his freedom where he can get it. Expect the unexpected. Harry goes down yet another rabbit hole that costs this accidental Cuban his soul

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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XML Schema
36,99 € *
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If you need to create or use formal descriptions of XML vocabularies, the W3C's XML Schema offers a powerful set of tools for defining acceptable document structures and content. An alternative to DTDs as the way to describe and validate data in an XML environment, XML Schema enables developers to create precise descriptions with a richer set of datatypes?such as booleans, numbers, currencies, dates and times?that are essential for today?s applications.Schemas are powerful, but that power comes with substantial complexity. This concise book explains the ins and outs of XML Schema, including design choices, best practices, and limitations. Particularly valuable are discussions of how the type structures fit with existing database and object-oriented program contexts. With XML Schema, you can define acceptable content models and annotate those models with additional type information, making them more readily bound to programs and objects. Schemas combine the easy interchange of text-based XML with the more stringent requirements of data exchange, and make it easier to validate documents based on namespaces.You?ll find plenty of examples in this book that demonstrate the details necessary for precise vocabulary definitions. Topics include: * Foundations of XML Schema syntax * Flat, 'russian-doll', and other schema approaches * Working with simple and complex types in a variety of contexts * The built-in datatypes provided by XML Schema * Using facets to extend datatypes, including regular expression-based patterns * Using keys and uniqueness rules to limit how and where information may appear * Creating extensible schemas and managing extensibility * Documenting schemas and extending XML Schema capabilities through annotations In addition to the explanatory content, XML Schemaprovides a complete reference to all parts of both the XML Schema Structures and XML Schema Datatypes specifications, as well as a glossary. Appendices explore the relationships between XML Schema and other tools for describing document structures, including DTDs, RELAX NG, and Schematron, as well as work in progress at the W3C to more tightly integrate XML Schema with existing specifications.No matter how you intend to use XML Schema - for data structures or document structures, for standalone documents or part of SOAP transactions, for documentation, validation, or data binding ? all the foundations you need are outlined in XML Schema.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 20.09.2020
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An Accidental Cuban
8,49 € *
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Harry Cisneros desperately wants to escape moribund Cuba, but he is trapped by circumstances - a wife, a daughter and a lack of money. A dead ringer for Leonardo Di Caprio, Harry's three years in New Jersey as a teenager and perfect English make him an American at heart. No longer content to work in a cigar factory, Harry hustles as a translator in the plaza of the colonial city of Cienfuegos. A chance meeting with a young American couple sets Harry off into a dark odyssey. The couple tells Harry about their experience in Havana of changing dollars into CUCs, the Cuban currency used for tourists. Harry decides to travel to the big city of Havana to explore the black market 'dollar' business in hopes of making enough money to leave Cuba with his family. Harry meets the characters involved in the money exchange business that pervades Havana's underground - a Cuban, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur, and a French restaurateur. Headquarters is Kirpan, a bustling, trendy Cuban restaurant whose partners send Harry out into the streets and plazas of Havana to change currencies and add more dollars to their coffers to invest in Cuba's potential booming future. A Russian businessman spots Harry hanging around a busy plaza and asks him to do some translating. He sees Harry can be useful to him in other ways and sends him to the government application office to find out how his Russian applications for partnering with the Cuban government measure up against other foreign applications. Spending time inside the Cuban government application office as an unwitting spy, Harry meets a young woman who allows him gather information for the Russian. His search reveals that the partners in Kirpan have also filed applications under a French company. It turns out the French are applying for a wider infrastructure of development and are more competitive than the Russian company. Fidel dies. Havana closes down, but Harry continues to get drawn further into the intrigue and deception of a crew of bad actorsvying for Cuban favors. He encounters a double spy, a Cuban agent, and an interloper navigating the corrupt communist government channels on behalf of the Russian. He is also intrigued by a large application file from a Brazilian tech company to implement a cellular system. When there is suspicion that a traitor exists in the Kirpan operation, he has few options but to stay his course.To survive, Harry has to thread a complicated maze of disappearances, duplicities, low-life, wanna-be business friends from Cienfuegos, a pothead flunky, two subversive French agents, and one of Kirpan's partners. In time, he discovers that he Justin isn't what he seems either. Harry delivers the traitor with the final understanding that the true villain in this story is Justin, a man with no real footprint in the world, a man who works for the highest bidder for the highest price, a con who never keeps his promises. His savior is his enemy, and he is disposable. There is nothing more dangerous than a patient man. No way out, all entrances closed, Harry takes his freedom where he can get it. Expect the unexpected. Harry goes down yet another rabbit hole that costs this accidental Cuban his soul

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 20.09.2020
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