Category:Advanced reading level

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Books have a preferred writing style that make comprehension easy for readers who have mastered a certain level of fluency in reading a language. Books in this category depend on more background knowledge and understanding of more specialized vocabulary than is common for intermediate readers. Some subject-specific jargon is likely to be used without explanation, but a heavy reliance on subject-specific jargon should be avoided to increase readability and comprehension. Use {{reading level|advanced}} to add a book to this category.

Pages in category "Advanced reading level"

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  1. Knot Theory
  2. Set Theory
  3. The Tal-Qadi Sky Tablet
  4. End-user Computer Security
  5. Steganography
  6. Open and Distance Education
  7. US Criminal Law
  8. Software Engineers Handbook
  9. Discrete Mathematics
  10. English Criminal Law
  1. Knot Theory
  2. Artificial Neural Networks
  3. Expert Systems
  4. The Grand Inquisitor
  5. PlanoTse Handbook for Job Search Automation
  6. Ruby Hacking Guide
  7. Support Vector Machines
  8. X86 Disassembly
  9. Embedded Systems
  10. Software Engineers Handbook

The following 58 pages are in this category, out of 58 total.