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Call number:SPRINGER-2003-9783662055946:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Adaptivity and Learning An Interdisciplinary Debate
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (403 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-05594-6
Contents:Adaptivity and Learning — an Interdisciplinary Debate -- I Biology and Behaviour of Adaptation and Learning -- Biology of Adaptation and Learning -- The Adaptive Properties of the Phosphate Uptake System of Cyanobacteria: Information
Storage About Environmental Phosphate Supply -- Cognitive Architecture of a Mini-Brain -- Cerebral Mechanisms of Learning Revealed by Functional Neuroimaging in Humans -- Creating Presence by Bridging Between the Past and the Future:
the Role of Learning and Memory for the Organization of Life -- II Physics Approach to Learning — Neural Networks and Statistics -- The Physics Approach to Learning in Neural Networks -- Statistical Physics of Learning and
Generalization -- The Statistical Physics of Learning: Phase Transitions and Dynamical Symmetry Breaking -- The Complexity of Learning with Supportvector Machines — A Statistical Physics Study -- III Mathematical Models of Learning --
Mathematics Approach to Learning -- Learning and the Art of Fault-Tolerant Guesswork -- Perspectives on Learning Symbolic Data with Connectionistic Systems -- Statistical Learning and Kernel Methods -- Inductive Versus Approximative
Learning -- IV Learning by Experience -- Learning by Experience -- Learning by Experience from Others — Social Learning and Imitation in Animals and Robots -- Reinforcement Learning: a Brief Overview -- A Simple Model for Learning from
Unspecific Reinforcement -- V Human-Like Cognition and AI Learning -- Aspects of Human-Like Cognition and AI Learning -- Making Robots Learn to See -- Using Machine Learning Techniques in Complex Multi-Agent Domains -- Learning
Similarities for Informally Defined Objects -- Semiotic Cognitive Information Processing: Learning to Understand Discourse. A Systemic Model of Meaning Constitution
ISBN:9783662055946
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Keywords: Physics , Philosophy , Computers , Evolutionary biology , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Control engineering , Robotics , Mechatronics , Physics , Physics, general , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Control, Robotics, Mechatronics , Computing Methodologies , Philosophy, general , Evolutionary Biology
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Call number:SPRINGER-1999-9789401591539:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Cellular Automata A Parallel Model
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (374 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-015-9153-9
Contents:A general survey -- An Introduction to Cellular Automata -- The Game of Life: Universality Revisited -- Algorithmics -- Computations on Cellular Automata -- Computations on Grids -- Computational power -- Cellular Automata as
Languages Recognizers -- Computational Complexity of Cellular Automata: An Overview -- A Counting Equivalence Classes Method to Prove Negative Results -- Dynamics -- Topological Definitions of Deterministic Chaos -- Modeling --
Modeling Diffusion of Innovations with Probabilistic Cellular Automata -- Cellular Automata Models and Cardiac Arrhythmias -- Particular techniques examples -- Dynamic Properties of an Automaton with Memory -- Linear Cellular Automata
and de Bruijn Automata -- Cellular Automata, Finite Automata, and Number Theory -- Decision Problems on Global Cellular Automata -- An Introduction to Automata on Graphs
ISBN:9789401591539
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Series:Mathematics and Its Applications : 460
Keywords: Computer science , Architecture, Computer , Computers , Computer science , System theory , Combinatorics , Computer Science , Computer System Implementation , Theory of Computation , Combinatorics , Systems Theory, Control , Symbolic and Algebraic Manipulation
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Call number:SPRINGER-1998-9781475727913:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Optical Interconnections and Parallel Processing: Trends at the Interface
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Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (394 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-2791-3
Contents:1 Levels of Abstraction in Computing Systems and Optical Interconnection Technology -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Levels of abstraction in problem solving -- 3 Alternative systems of levels of abstraction for general purpose computing? -- 4
General purpose systems versus special purpose systems -- 5 Introducing optics into general purpose systems -- 6 Discussion -- 7 Conclusions -- 2 Smart-Pixel Technology Current Status and Future Trends -- 1 Introduction -- 2
Smart-Pixel Technology -- 3 Basic considerations -- 4 The bitonic sorter -- 5 Future Trends -- 6 Potential Application -- 7 Conclusion -- 3 Energy Requirement and Speed Analysis of Electrical and Free-Space Optical Digital
Interconnections -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Assumptions -- 3 Definition of Interconnection and Estimation of Energy -- 4 Speed and Energy of Off-Chip Electrical Interconnections -- 5 Speed and Energy of On-Chip Electrical Interconnections
-- 6 Optical Interconnections -- 7 Effects of Technology Scaling -- 8 Conclusions -- 4 Low Latency Asynchronous Optical Bus for Distributed Multiprocessor Systems -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Organization of the optical bus -- 3 30-100 Gb /
s Optical Bus with full electronic packet processing -- 4 0.5–1 Tb / s Optical bus with photonic gates -- 5 Conclusion -- 5 Optical Free-Space Interconnections Inside Parallel Architectures: Oneracert Activities -- 1 Introduction -- 2
Time and Space Multiplexing -- 3 The MILORD Architecture -- 4 The OEDIPE Architecture -- 6 Massively Parallel Computers Using Optical Interconnects — The Synoptique Project — -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Description of Sympati2 and Symphonie
-- 3 Limitations of the Electrical Interconnections -- 4 Synoptique project -- 5 Conclusion and future work -- 7 Optical Array Logic Network Computing: Concept and Implementation -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Optical Array Logic -- 3 OAL-NC
Architecture -- 4 Implementation of OAL-NC -- 5 Multiple Process Embodiment -- 6 Possible OAL-NC System Construction -- 7 Summary -- 8 Towards Effective Models for Optical Passive Star Based Lightwave Networks -- 1 Introduction -- 2
OPS—based networks -- 3 Stack-graphs -- 4 Modeling OPS—based networks -- 5 Applying the models -- 6 Conclusions and directions for further research -- 9 Embedding Properties of Reconfigurable Partitionable Optical Networks -- 1
Introduction -- 2 The “Hyperplane” Reconfigurable Optical Backplane -- 3 Graph and HyperGraph Models for Bus-Based Optical Networks -- 4 A Model for Reconfigurable Partitionable Optical Interconnects -- 5 Combinatorial Optimization
Problems Encountered in the Optical Embeddings -- 6 Embeddings of Meshes -- 7 Conclusions -- 10 Time Division Multiplexed Control of All-Optical Interconnection Networks -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Circuit Switching Techniques -- 3 Cost of
Communication in TDM Networks -- 4 Communication Cost in Looping Programs -- 5 Conclusions -- 11 Bounds and Analysis Techniques for Greedy Hot-Potato Routing -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Model, Terminology, Definitions and Preliminaries
-- 3 The Potential Function Analysis: Priority to Restricted Packets -- 4 Priority to Inertial Packets -- 5 Optimal Single-Target Routing on the 2-Dimensional Mesh -- 6 Randomized Single-Target Routing on Higher Dimensional Meshes -- 7
Greedy Routing of Permutations Can be Hard -- 8 Conclusions -- 12 Models for Optically Interconnected Networks -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Switching techniques -- 3 Topologies: from graph to hypergraph models -- 4 Collective communications
-- 5 Introducing optical communications in general models of parallelism -- 6 Conclusion
ISBN:9781475727913
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Keywords: Physics , Microprocessors , Computer communication systems , Computers , Optics , Electrodynamics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Physics , Optics and Electrodynamics , Theory of Computation , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Processor Architectures , Computer Communication Networks
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Call number:SPRINGER-1996-9783322898494:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Flow Simulation with High-Performance Computers II DFG Priority Research Programme Results 1993–1995
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (578 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-322-89849-4
Contents:I. Flow Simulation with Massively Parallel Systems -- to Part I -- On a Time and Space Parallel Multi-Grid Method Including Remarks on Filtering Techniques -- Parallel Finite Element Methods for the Incompressible Navier-Stokes
Equations -- Numerical Turbulence Simulation on a Parallel Computer Using the Combination Method -- CFD with Adaptive FEM on Massively Parallel Systems -- On the Performance Enhancements of a CFD Algorithm in High Performance Computing
-- Efficient Simulation of Incompressible Viscous Flows on Parallel Computers -- Parallelization of Solution Schemes for the Navier-Stokes Equations -- 3-D Navier-Stokes Solver for the Simulation of the Unsteady Turbomachinery Flow on
a Massively Parallel Hardware Architecture -- A Comparison of Smoothers and Numbering Strategies for Laminar Flow Around a Cylinder -- Simulation of Detailed Chemistry Stationary Diffusion Flames on Parallel Computers -- An Adaptive
Operator Technique for Hypersonic Flow Simulation on Parallel Computers -- Parallel Interactive and Integrated Visualisation -- Interactive Visualization: On the Way to a Virtual Wind Tunnel -- II. Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation of
Turbulence -- to Part II -- Direct Numerical Simulation of Turbulence Compresssed in a Cylinder -- Direct Numerical Simulation of Separated Turbulent Flow Over a Wavy Boundary -- Large-Eddy Simulation of Near-Wall Turbulence -- Large
Eddy Simulation for Complex Turbulent Flows of Practical Interest -- Large-Eddy Simulation and Eigenmode Decomposition of Turbulent Boundary Layer Flow Over a Hemisphere -- III. Mathematical Foundations, General Solution Techniques and
Applications -- to Part III -- Navier-Stokes Approximations in High Order Norms -- Parallelization Methods for a Characteristic’s Pressure Correction Scheme -- Weighted Particle Method Solving Kinetic Equations for Dilute Ionized Gases
-- Multiple Pressure Variable (MPV) Approach for Low Mach Number Flows Based on Asymptotic Analysis -- Numerical Simulation of Incompressible Flows with the Method of Artificial Compressibility -- Higher Order Upwind Schemes on
Unstructured Grids for the Nonstationary Compressible Navier-Stokes Equations in Complex Timedependent Geometries in 3-D -- Improvement and Application of a Two Stream-Function Formulation Navier-Stokes Procedure -- AMRFLEX3D-Flow
Simulation Using a Three-Dimensional Self-Adaptive, Structured Multi-Block Grid System -- Development and Application of a Finite Volume Method for the Prediction of Complex Flows -- Computational Aspects of Flow Simulation on 3-D,
Unstructured, Adaptive Grids -- Flow Simulations in Aerodynamically Highly Loaded Turbomachines Using Unstructured Adaptive Grids -- Flow Simulation in a High Loaded Radial Compressor -- Efficient FEM Row Simulation on Unstructured
Adaptive Meshes -- Numerical Methods for Simulating Supersonic Combustion -- Aeroelastic Computations of a Fokker-Type Wing in Transonic Flow -- Three-Dimensional Numerical Simulation of the Aerothermodynamic Reentry -- Investigations
of Hypersonic Flows Past Blunt Bodies at Angle of Attack -- IV. Results of Benchmark Computations -- Benchmark Computations of Laminar Flow Around a Cylinder -- LDA Measurements in the Wake of a Circular Cylinder
ISBN:9783322898494
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Series:Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics (NNFM): 48
Keywords: Engineering , Fluids , Fluid mechanics , Engineering , Engineering Fluid Dynamics , Fluid- and Aerodynamics
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Call number:SPRINGER-1995-9789401106153:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Advanced LIMS Technology Case Studies and Business Opportunities
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Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (247 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-0615-3
Contents:1 LIMS: An automating or informating technology? -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Current LIMS fail to meet business requirements -- 1.3 Current LIMS automate data management functions -- 1.4 New LIMS will informate, not automate -- 1.5
Architecture of an informating system -- 1.6 Making IT happen -- References -- 2 A model for a comprehensive LIMS -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Strategic design of a LIMS -- 2.3 What is a LIMS? -- 2.4 An architecture for a comprehensive
LIMS -- 2.5 A LIMS model -- 2.6 Definition of a LIMS -- 2.7 Detailed classification of LIMS functions -- 2.8 Applying the LIMS model: the selection of a commercial LIMS -- 2.9 LIMS standards -- 2.10 Summary -- References -- 3 LIMS in a
forensic laboratory -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Objectives of a LIMS -- 3.3 The system -- 3.4 The future -- 3.5 Conclusions -- Acknowledgement -- 4 Application of a LIMS in a pharmaceutical drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics
laboratory -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Study objectives in drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics -- 4.3 Configuration of the database -- 4.4 LabManager in use -- 4.5 The future -- References -- 5 Use of protocol-synchronous LIMS
structures to expand the role of the centralized clinical trial laboratory in pharmaceutical research -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 The expanding role of the central laboratory in pharmaceutical research -- 5.3 Comparing traditional and
protocol-synchronous LIMS structures in the clinical trial laboratory -- 5.4 Defining protocol-driven time and events using a multidimensional matrix -- 5.5 Managing protocol-driven time and events using matrix-dependent control
structures -- 5.6 Managing protocol-driven time and events using matrix-dependent output structures -- 5.7 Summary -- 6 Medical Laboratory Information Systems (LIS) -- 6.1 History of clinical laboratory computerization -- 6.2
Computerization and automation of the ‘testing process’ -- 6.3 How computers function in the clinical laboratory -- 6.4 Acquisition of a LIS -- 6.5 Future of laboratory information systems -- References -- 7 EPA’s Relational Laboratory
Information Management System: Development and implementation -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Development -- 7.3 Implementation -- 7.4 Conclusions -- References -- 8 LIMS to robotics interface: A practical approach -- 8.1 Introduction --
8.2 The case for automation -- 8.3 Role of a Laboratory Information Management System -- 8.4 Sample planning and scheduling -- 8.5 Auditability -- 8.6 Information transferred via the interfaces -- 8.7 Laboratory Information Management
System network -- 8.8 Analytical process automation -- 8.9 Impact on the laboratory working environment -- References -- 9 Interfacing the real world to LIMS -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 The analysis procedure -- 9.3 Beckman -- 9.4
Hewlett Packard -- 9.5 LabSystems (Fisons Instruments) -- 9.6 The future -- Acknowledgements -- 10 Replacement LIMS: Moving forward or maintaining the status quo -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Why change? -- 10.3 Why not change? -- 10.4
How long should a LIMS last? -- 10.5 How do you justify a replacement LIMS? -- 10.6 Would a custom system be better? -- 10.7 Support your vendor -- 10.8 How to implement a replacement LIMS -- 11 The promise of client—server LIMS
applications -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Review of LIMS development over the last ten years — the story so far -- 11.3 Current trends -- 11.4 Regulatory requirements -- 11.5 Standards for systems analysis and construction of
information systems -- 11.6 Understanding the user -- 11.7 Meeting the requirements with appropriate technology: The challenge facing client-server technology -- 11.8 Discussion of relationships and issues -- 11.9 Systems analysis,
construction of information systems and process re-engineering -- 11.10 Software development -- 11.11 Communications -- 11.12 Implementing client-server technology -- 11.13 Conclusions -- 11.14 The way forward? -- References -- 12
Standards for analytical laboratory data communications, storage, and archival -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Standards investment and payback -- 12.3 The ADISS Program -- 12.4 Application of the ADISS Information Model to chromatography
-- 12.5 Future ADISS extensions for chromatography and other techniques -- 12.6 Future influence of ADISS standards on LIMS in R&D -- 12.7 The influence of standards on market dynamics -- 12.8 Summary and recommendations -- Note --
References
ISBN:9789401106153
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Keywords: Statistics , Statistics , Statistics for Life Sciences, Medicine, Health Sciences , Statistics, general
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Call number:SPRINGER-1982-9783642878671:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Picture Engineering
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Date:1982
Size:1 online resource (10 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-87867-1
Contents:I Pictorial Database Management -- PICCOLO: A Data Model for Picture Database Computers -- Computer System Organization for Pictorial Data -- A Methodology for Picture Indexing and Encoding -- II Picture Representation -- A General
(Syntactic-Semantic) Approach to Picture Analysis -- Shape Design, Representation and Restoration with Splines -- Computer-Aided Design of 3-D Objects Using Polar Spline Representations -- Application of Structure Lines to Surface
Construction and 3-Dimensional Analysis -- III Picture Computer Arcinitecture -- A Configurable Micro Array Computer for Signal and Image Processing -- A Multiprocessor System for Dynamic Scene Analysis -- VLSI Array Architecture for
Picture Processing -- IV Office Automation -- High-Level Programming Support for Color/Graphics Reports -- An Approach to Image Editing and Filing -- A Multiple Microprocessor System for Office Image Processing -- V Computer-Aided
Design -- Logic Diagram Editing for Interactive Logic Design -- Extended Graphic Functions of the A-IDAS System for Visual Design -- VI Computer Art -- Towards an Intelligent Computer Art System -- Index of Contributors
ISBN:9783642878671
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Series:Springer Series in Information Sciences: 6
Keywords: Computer science , Software engineering , Computer Science , Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems
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Call number:QA76.88.C68::2013 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Contemporary high performance computing: From petascale toward exascale
Author(s): Jeffrey S. Vetter
Date:2013
Publisher:Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis
Size:702 p
Contents:Trends in HPC, Contemporary HPC, Clouds and Grids in HPC
ISBN:9781466568341
Keywords: High performance computing. , COMPUTERS / Systems Architecture / General , COMPUTERS / Computer Engineering , MATHEMATICS / General
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