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0 248 pages, Paperback; plus CD Copyright Addison Wesley Longman Limited 1999 ====================================== WARNING - The material on this disc is protected by copyright. It is published by Addison Wesley Longman Limited and may not be reproduced other than when viewed on a single CPU for private use only. It is not otherwise to be reproduced transmitted or made available on a network without the prior permission of Addison Wesley Longman Limited. All other rights reserved. These terms apply to you whilst you are reading and using the material on this disc. ======================================= The following files are available for use on this disc: readme.txt iesetup.exe start.htm MATLAB/*.m ======================================== README.TXT contains system requirements and instructions for start-up of the product. IESETUP.EXE starts the Internet Explorer 4.0 installation wizard for PC Windows 3.1 and 95/NT users. START.HTM launches the electronic book. MATLAB/*.m are MATLAB files suitable for use with MATLAB version 4 or above. They are referenced at the relevant point in the text. See details below about obtaining MATLAB software. ============================================== REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ELECTRONIC PRODUCT ===================================================== The software is in 16 bit form and is designed for use with PC/Windows (3.1, '95, NT) and Macintosh machines with at least 8mb RAM. It has been optimised for use on Pentium PCs or PowerMACs. The viewing window has been designed for optimum layout of the text and graphics without need for scrolling. However, at screen resolutions below the common SuperVGA (800 x 600) you may have to scroll to access all the information on the screen. Hyperlinks from the product to related material on the World Wide Web will only function if you have an active Internet connection already set up. The product supports its own bookmarking function using the browser's Cookie software. If you usually disable Cookies in your browser you will be unable to bookmark pages of the electronic book. Bookmarks are saved from one session to another on Macintosh and Windows '95 platforms.

the electronic book. install Microsoft Internet Explorer 4. 2. The browser installer wizard will reboot your machine when installation is completed. In case of difficulty. 4. NB (Windows 95/NT users only): For Windows 95/NT users.0 browser is sufficient for Bateman/Digital Communications. Follow the wizard's on-screen prompts to install the browser.0 (Macintosh) ============================================================== Before running the electronic book. Extra components that may be offered on Microsoft's web site are not necessary for this product. This CD comes with Microsoft's installer wizard for Explorer 4.EXE on the CD.1 and 95/NT platforms.These files are designed to be viewed using Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.com/ie/download The minimum configuration of the Internet Explorer 4. the installer wizard will give you the option to install the 'Active Desktop' component of Internet Explorer.0 (PC Windows platforms) ================================================================= Before running the electronic book.1) or Windows Explorer (95/NT) to locate the program IESETUP. latest versions of Internet Explorer can also be downloaded free of charge from: http://www. install Microsoft Internet Explorer 4. Some features may not operate in other browsers.0 browser .EXE to start the browser installer wizard.microsoft. Double-click IESETUP. we recommend you answer 'NO' to the option to update to the 'Active Desktop'. INSTALLING INTERNET EXPLORER 4. This will change the way your desktop functions so that local files and internet-based files are treated in a more similar manner. When your machine has rebooted. 3. Please contact Microsoft rather than Addison Wesley Longman for any problems regarding installation of the browser on your machine.0 or later. follow the instructions 'Starting the Electronic Book' later in this README. INSTALLING MICROSOFT INTERNET EXPLORER 4.0 on your machine.0 on your machine if you do not already have it.com/ie/download The minimum configuration of the Internet Explorer 4. Internet Explorer 4 for the Mac can be downloaded free of charge from: http://www.0 using the installer wizard: 1.microsoft.0 for PC Windows 3. Use File Manager (3. For the cleanest installation with least change to your machine's configuration. To install Explorer 4.

24 Prime Park Way Natick.htm' on the Digital Communications CD.0 browser if necessary (see above).html =========================== . This launches the opening screen. the electronic book. Please contact Microsoft rather than Addison Wesley Longman for any problems regarding installation of the browser on your machine.com ABOUT ADOBE ACROBAT FILES ========================= The Data Sheets included with the book are stored in Portable Document Format (PDF). MA 01760-1500 Tel: 508-647-7000 Fax: 508-647-7001 E-mail: info@mathworks. A full description of the features of the electronic product and how to use it is given 'online' and can be obtained by clicking on the 'How to use' button in the left panel. 4. You can read and print these files using Adobe Acrobat Reader.adobe. Click on the 'start' button and follow the instructions on screen. (PC users) Choose 'File' from the Toolbar and 'Open' from the File menu. 3. Locate the CD drive and open the file 'start. STARTING THE ELECTRONIC BOOK =============================================== There is no installation necessary for the electronic book. Extra components that may be offered on Microsoft's web site are not necessary for this product.com/prodindex/acrobat/readstep.is sufficient for Bateman/Digital Communications..mathworks. If you don't already have Acrobat.' from the File menu. Start Internet Explorer 4 2. MATLAB is developed and distributed by: The MathWorks. you can download a free copy for your computer from Adobe's web site at: http://www. beyond installing the Internet Explorer 4. Click on the 'Browse' button to obtain a file listing. ABOUT MATLAB FILES ================== MATLAB files are provided for use with MATLAB version 4 or above. 2. Inc.com WWW: www.. To start the electronic book: 1. (MAC users) Choose 'File' from the Toolbar and 'Open file .

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