Accounts Receivable is a combined textbook/workbook that has been designed specifically to cover Achievement Standard 91179 (2.6). Following the popular format of the Senior Accounting series, this volume contains fully explained text with comprehensive worked examples, interspersed with graduated activities that develop students' skills and confidence as the topic progresses. The final activity is a full practice exercise that resembles the requirements of the assessment.
Provides an innovative hands-on introduction to techniques for specifying the behaviour of software components. It is primarily intended for use as a text book for a course in the 2nd or 3rd year of Computer Science and Computer Engineering programs, but it is also suitable for self-study. Using this book will help the reader improve programming skills and gain a sound foundation and motivation for subsequent courses in advanced algorithms and data structures, software design, formal methods, compilers, programming languages, and theory. The presentation is based on numerous examples and case studies appropriate to the level of programming expertise of the intended readership. The main topics covered are techniques for using programmer-friendly assertional notations to specify, develop, and verify small but non-trivial algorithms and data representations, and the use of state diagrams, grammars, and regular expressions to specify and develop recognizers for formal languages.