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Some interesting programming links about Lambda Expressions and Expression…

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WPF Data Binding: Master-Detail patterns using XLINQ and XML

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WPF Web Browser Applications and Trust Levels

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Camera Vision – video surveillance on C#

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Solving differential equations: the Euler method

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Numerical integration: The Cavalieri-Simpson method

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Take a look at this interesting articles:

**Expression Tree**basics by Charlie Calvert;**The Weekly Source Code 13 – Fibonacci Edition**by Scott Hanselman;**Linq to Amazon**source code by Fabrice Marguerie.

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Click **here** to read the article by Beatriz Costa.

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I’ve found some useful articles about WPF Web Browser applications and their deployment using ClickOnce:

**XBAP & Trust Levels**by Karen Corby;**Creating A Full Trust WPF Web Browser (.xbap) Application**by__Karsten Januszewski.__

If your application needs **Full Trust** with a self-generated certificate, remember to install it in the Trusted Root Certificate Authority.

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An interesting article by Andrew Kirillov can be found here, on “The Code Project” web site.

The article shows how to build a C# application which allows monitoring several IP cameras simultaneously.

The source code is available to download.

By the same author:

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I wrote this simple Mathematica notebook which uses Euler method, a numerical procedure to solve ordinary differential equations.

You can find it here (pdf available).

Mathematica Player can be downloaded from the Wolfram Research website.

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I wrote this simple Mathematica notebook to calculate definite integrals using the Simpson’s rule.

You can find it here (pdf available).

Mathematica Player can be downloaded from the Wolfram Research website.