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Call number:SPRINGER-2014-9783319013725:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:A Remote Integrated Testbed for Cooperating Objects [electronic resource]
Author(s): Jose Ramiro Martinez-de Dios
Adrian Jimenez-Gonzalez
Alberto San Bernabe
Anibal Ollero
Date:2014
Publisher:Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
Note:Testbeds are gaining increasing relevance in research domains and also in industrial applications. However, very few books devoted to testbeds have been published. To the best of my knowledge no book on this topic has beenpublished. This book is part icularly interesting for the growing community of testbed developers. I believe the book is also very interesting for researchers in robot-WSN cooperation. This book provides detailed description of a systemthat can be considered the first testbed that al lows full peer-to-peer interoperability between heterogeneous robots and ubiquitous systems such as Wireless Sensor Networks, camera networks and pervasive computing systems. The systemarchitecture includes modules that allows full bidirectional communica tion between robots and WSN. One robot can The book describes the current state of the art in development of testbeds integrating Cooperating Object technologies. Itdescribes in detail the testbed specification and design using requirements extracted from surveys among experts in robotics and ubiquitous systems in academia and industry. The book also describes the testbed novel architecture andits hardware and software components. Moreover, it includes details on user support tools to facilitate its use s uch as remote use using a virtual private network and sets of functionalities of interest for members from the robotics,WSN and robot-WSN communities. Finally, the book illustrates its capabilities and potentialities describing the implementation of some of the experiments that have been performed. Examples from the robotics, WSN and robot-WSNcommunities are described
Contents:Introduction
Testbeds for Cooperating Objects
CONET Integrated Testbed Architecture
Usability Tools
CONET Integrated Testbed Experiments
Conclusions
ISBN:9783319013725
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Series:SpringerBriefs in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2191-8112
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Engineering , Telecommunication
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Call number:SPRINGER-2014-9781461495666:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Integrating Routing Decisions in Public Transportation Problems [electronic resource]
Author(s): Marie E Schmidt
Date:2014
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
Note:This book treats three planning problems arising in public railway transportation planning: line planning, timetabling, and delay management, with the objective to minimize passengers travel time. While many optimizationapproaches simplify these prob lems by assuming that passengers route choice is independent of the solution, this book focuses on models which take into account that passengers will adapt their travel route to the implementedplanning solution. That is, a planning solution and passenger s routes are determined and evaluated simultaneously. This work is technically deep, with insightful findings regarding complexity and algorithmic approaches to publictransportation problems with integrated passenger routing. It is intended for researcher s in the fields of mathematics, computer science, or operations research, working in the field of public transportation from an optimizationstandpoint. It is also ideal for students who want to gain intuition and experience in doing complexity proofs and designing polynomial-time algorithms for network problems. The book models line planning, timetabling, and delaymanagement as combined design and routing problems on networks. In a complexity analysis, the border between NP-hard and polynomially solvable problems is illustrated. Based on that, the insights gained are used to develop solutionapproaches for the considered problems. Besides integer programming formulations, a heuristic method iterating planning and routing steps is proposed to solve the prob lems
Contents:1. Introduction
2. Line Planning
3. Timetabling
4. Delay Management
5. An Iterative Solution Approach for General Network Problems with Routing
6. Conclusions and Outlook
Frequently Used Notation
References
Index
ISBN:9781461495666
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Series:Springer Optimization and Its Applications, 1931-6828 : v89
Series:Mathematics and Statistics (Springer-11649)
Keywords: Mathematics , Computer software , Civil engineering
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Call number:SPRINGER-2013-9781461448549:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:SAS for Epidemiologists [electronic resource] : Applications and Methods
Author(s): Charles DiMaggio
Date:2013
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
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Note:This comprehensive text covers the use of SAS for epidemiology and public health research. Developed with students in mind and from their feedback, the text addresses this material in a straightforward manner with a multitude ofexamples. It is direct ly applicable to students and researchers in the fields of public health, biostatistics and epidemiology. Through a hands on approach to the use of SAS for a broad number of epidemiologic analyses, readerslearn techniques for data entry and cleaning, cate gorical analysis, ANOVA, and linear regression and much more. Exercises utilizing real-world data sets are featured throughout the book. SAS screen shots demonstrate the steps forsuccessful programming. SAS (Statistical Analysis System) is an integrated s ystem of software products provided by the SAS institute, which is headquartered in California. It provides programmers and statisticians the ability to engagein many sophisticated statistical analyses and data retrieval and mining exercises. SAS is widel y used in the fields of epidemiology and public healthresearch, predominately due to its ability to reliably analyze very largeadministrative data sets, as well as more commonly encountered clinical trial and observational research data.
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Contents:Introduction
The SAS Environment
Working with SAS Data
Preliminary Procedures
Manipulating Data
Descriptive Statistics
Histograms and Plots
Categorical Data Analysis I and II
Cleaning and Assessing Continuous Data using MEANS
ANOVA
Correlation
Linear Regression
Regression Diagnostics
Solutions
ISBN:9781461448549
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Keywords: Statistics
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Call number:SPRINGER-2012-9783642194092:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Springer Handbook of Lasers and Optics [electronic resource]
Author(s): Frank Trger
Date:2012
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Size:1 online resource
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Note:The Springer Handbook of Lasers and Optics provides fast, up-to-date, comprehensive and authoritative coverage of the wide fields of optics and lasers. It is written for daily use in the office or laboratory and offersexplanatory text, data, and refe rences needed for anyone working with lasers and optical instruments. This second edition features numerous updates and additions. Especially four new chapters on Fiber Optics, Integrated Optics,Frequency Combs, and Interferometry reflect the major change s. In addition, chapters Optical Materials and Their Properties, Optical Detectors, Nanooptics, and Optics far Beyond the Diffraction Limit have been thoroughly revised andupdated. The now 25 chapters are grouped into four parts which cover basic principl es and materials, fabrication and properties of optical components, coherent and incoherent light sources, and, finally, selected applications andspecial fields such as terahertz photonics, x-ray optics and holography. Each chapter is authored by respecte d experts and contains the basic principles, applications and latest information in the field. Among the subjects covered aregeometrical and wave optics, linear and nonlinear optics, optical materials and components, detectors, incoherent and all essentia l types of coherent light sources, generation of ultrashort pulses, spectroscopic techniques, lasersafety as well as current trends in such modern areas as quantum optics, femto- and attosecond physics, and nanooptics as well as optics beyond the diffract ion limit. The handbook is written and compiled for physicists, engineers andother scientists at universities and in industrial research who develop and use optical techniques. With a Foreword by Nobel Laureate T.W. Hnsch. Key Topics Basic optics princip les Coherent and incoherent light sources Spectroscopies and attophysics Optical materials and their properties Fabrication and properties of optical components Fiber optics, i
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Contents:Foreword by T.W. Hnsch
Part A: Basic Principles and Materials:Properties of Light
Geometrical Optics
Wave Optics
Nonlinear Optics
Optical Materials and Their Properties
Thin Films
Part B: Fabrication and Properties of Optical Components:Optical Design and Design Software
Advanced Optical Components
Optical Detectors
Part C: Coherent and Incoherent Light Sources:Incoherent Light Sources
Lasers and Coherent Light Sources
Short and Ultrashort Laser Pulses
Part D: Selected Applications and Special Fields:Optical and Spectroscopic Techniques
Fiber o
ISBN:9783642194092
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Keywords: Microwaves , Optical materials
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Call number:SPRINGER-2012-9781461406105:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Celestial Delights [electronic resource] : The Best Astronomical Events Through 2020
Author(s): Francis Reddy
Date:2012
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
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Note:Celestial Delights is the essential'TV Guide' for the sky.Through extensive graphics integrated with an eight-year-long calendar of sky events, it provides a look at don't miss sky events, mostly for naked-eye andbinocular observing. It is organized by ease of observation lunar phases and the brighter planets come first, with solar eclipses, the aurora, and comets coming later. This thirdeditionalso includes a hefty dose of sky lore,astronomical history, and clear overviews of current science. It pr ovides a handy reference to upcoming naked-eye events, with information broken out in clear and simple diagrams and tables that are cross-referenced against a detailedalmanac for each year covered. This book puts a variety of information all in one place, presents it in a friendly way that does not require prior in-depth astronomical knowledge, and provides the context and historical background forunderstanding events that astronomy software or web sites lack
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Contents:Preface
Chapter 1: The Meaning of the Sky
Chapter 2: Moon Dance
Chapter 3: Morning Stars, Evening Stars
Venus and Mercury
Chapter 4: Eclipses of the Sun and Moon
Chapter 5: Mars
the Red Wanderer
Chapter 6: Distant Giants
Jupiter and Saturn
Chapter 7: Introduction to the Starry Sky
Chapter 8: Meteors and Meteor Showers
Chapter 9: Unpredictable Events
Appendix A: Timetable of Celestial Events through 2020
Appendix B: Phases of the Moon, 2011
2020
Appendix C: Greatest Elongations of Mercury and Venus, 2011
2020
Appendix D: Oppositions of Mars, Jupi
ISBN:9781461406105
Series:e-books
Series:SpringerLink (Online service)
Series:Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series, 1431-9756
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Astronomy
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Call number:SPRINGER-2008-9780387773728:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:SAS for Data Analysis [electronic resource] : Intermediate Statistical Methods
Author(s): Mervyn G Marasinghe
William J Kennedy
Date:2008
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
Size:1 online resource
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Note:This book is an integrated treatment of applied statistical methods, presented at an intermediate level, and the SAS programming language. It serves as an advanced introduction to SAS as well as how to use SAS for the analysis ofdata arising from man y different experimental and observational studies. While there are many introductory texts on SAS programming, statistical methods texts that solely make use of SAS as the software of choice for the analysis ofdata are rare. While this is understandable from a marketability point of view, clearly such texts will serve the need of many thousands of students and professionals who desire to learn how to use SAS beyond the basic introductionthey usually receive from taking an introductory statistics course. More recently, several authors in statistical methodology have begun to incorporate SAS in their texts but these books are limited to more specialized subjects. Manyof the standard topics covered in statistical methods texts supplemented by advanced mater ial more suited for a second course in applied statistics are included, so that specific aspects of SAS procedures can be illustrated. Brief butinstructive reviews of the statistical methodologies used are provided, and then illustrated with analysis of d ata sets used in well-known statistical methods texts. Particular attention is devoted to discussions of models used in eachanalysis because the authors believe that it is important for users to have not only an understanding of how these models are repre sented in SAS but also because it helps in the interpretation of the SAS output produced. Mervyn G.Marasinghe is Associate Professor of Statistics at Iowa State University where he teaches several courses in statistics and statistical computing and a cour se in data analysis using SAS software. A former Associate Editor of theJournal Computational and Graphical Statistics, he has used SAS software for more than 30 years. William J. Kennedy is Professor E
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Contents:Introduction to SAS language
More on SAS programming and some applications
Statistical graphics using SAS/GRAPH
Statistical analysis of regression models
Analysis of variance models
Analysis of variance: random mixed effects models
Appendices
References
Index
ISBN:9780387773728
Series:e-books
Series:SpringerLink (Online service)
Series:Statistics and Computing, 1431-8784
Series:Mathematics and Statistics (Springer-11649)
Keywords: Statistics , Mathematical statistics
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Call number:SPRINGER-2006-9781402040580:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Biosensing [electronic resource]
Author(s): Jerome Schultz
Milan Mrksich
Sangeeta N Bhatia
David J Brady
Antonio J Ricco
David R Walt
Charles L Wilkins
Date:2006
Publisher:Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands
Size:1 online resource
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Note:The goal of this book is to disseminate information on the worldwide status and trends in biosensing R&D to government decisionmakers and the research community. The contributors critically analyze and compare biosensing researchin the United States with that being pursued in Japan, Europe and other major industrialized countries. Biosensing includes systems that incorporate a variety of means, including electrical, electronic, and photonic devices biologicalmaterials (e.g., tissue, enzymes, nucleic acids, etc.) and chemical analysis to produce detectable signals for the monitoring or identification of biological phenomena. In a broader sense, the study of biosensing includes any approachto detection of biological elements and the associated software or computer identification technologies (e.g., imaging) that identify biological characteristics. Biosensing is finding a growing number of applications in a wide varietyof areas, including biomedicine, food production and processing, and detection of ba cteria, viruses, and biological toxins for biowarfare defense. Subtopics likely to be covered in this study include the following: Nucleic acid sensorsand DNA chips and arrays, organism- and cell-based biosensors, bioelectronics and biometrics, biointerfa ces and biomaterials biocompatibility and biofouling, integrated, multi-modality sensors and sensor networks, system issues,including signal transduction, data interpretation, and validation, novel sensing algorithms, e.g., non-enzyme-based sensors for gl ucose, mechanical sensors for prosthetics, related issues in bio-MEMS and NEMS (microelectromechanicaland nanoelectromechanical systems), possibly including actuators, applications in biomedicine, the environment, food industry, security and defense. Part icular emphasis will be on technologies that may lead to portable or fieldabledevices/instruments. Important consideration will be given to an integrated approach to detection, storage, analysis, val
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Contents:Executive summary
Infrastructure overview
Optical biosensing
Electro
based sensors and surface engineering
Cell and tissue
based sensors
Mass spectrometry and biosensing research
Microfabricated biosensing devices: MEMS, microfluidics, mass sensors
Information systems for biosensing
Appendices
ISBN:9781402040580
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Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Animal Physiology , Neurobiology
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Call number:SPRINGER-2005-9783540271567:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Design of Adaptive Finite Element Software [electronic resource] : The Finite Element Toolbox ALBERTA
Author(s): Timothy J Barth
Michael Griebel
David E Keyes
Risto M Nieminen
Dirk Roose
Tamar Schlick
Date:2005
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Size:1 online resource
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Note:During the last years, scientific computing has become an important research branch located between applied mathematics and applied sciences and engineering. Highly efficient numerical methods are based on adaptive methods, higherorder discretization s, fast linear and non-linear iterative solvers, multi-level algorithms, etc. Such methods are integrated in the adaptive finite element software ALBERTA. It is a toolbox for the fast and flexible implementation ofefficient software for real life applicat ions, based on modern algorithms. ALBERTA also serves as an environment for improving existent, or developing new numerical methods in an interplay with mathematical analysis and it allows thedirect integration of such new or improved methods in existing simulation software
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Contents:Concepts and abstract algorithms
Implementation of model problems
Data structures and implementation
ISBN:9783540271567
Series:e-books
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Series:Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, 1439-7358 : v42
Series:Mathematics and Statistics (Springer-11649)
Keywords: Mathematics , Software engineering , Computer science , Computer software
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Title:Computing System Reliability Models and Analysis
Author(s): Min Xie
Date:2004
Size:1 online resource (293 p.)
Note:10.1007/b100619
Contents:Basic Reliability Concepts and Analysis -- Models for Hardware System Reliability -- Models for Software Reliability -- Models for Integrated Systems -- Availability and Reliability of Distributed Computing Systems -- Reliability of
Grid Computing Systems -- Multi-state System Reliability -- Optimal System Design and Resource Allocation
ISBN:9780306486364
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer science , Microprocessors , Software engineering , Mathematical models , Mathematical logic , Mathematics , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics , Computer Science, general , Processor Architectures , Mathematical Logic and Foundations , Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems
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Call number:SPRINGER-2003-9781475737523:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Operations Research in Space and Air
Author(s):
Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (446 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-3752-3
Contents:I Space -- 1 OR Applications in Space Systems Development and Operations -- 2 A Cargo Accommodation Problem for a Space Vehicle -- 3 A Heuristic Procedure for the RC Problem -- 4 3-Dimensional Packing Problems Arising in Space
Engineering -- 5 Spacecraft Design as a Multi-Criteria Decision-Making -- 6 Combining Evolution Programs and Gradient Methods -- 7 MP for Earth Observation Satellite Mission Planning -- 8 On-Orbit Satellite Servicing: a Space-based
Vehicle Routing Problem -- 9 Data Mining in Astronomy -- 10 Launch Capacity Analysis for Commercial Communications Satellites -- 11 Value of Information Based Design of Control Software -- 12 Trajectory Design Combining Low-Thrust and
Gravity Assist Manoeuvres -- II Air -- 13 Solving Multi-Criteria Through-Fleet Assignment Models -- 14 Analysis of Market-Based Demand Management Strategies -- 15 Overhaul-Tasks Scheduling Model -- 16 Airline Recovery Model -- 17
Routing Considerations in Airline Yield Management -- 18 Models and Algorithms for the Airport Capacity Allocation Problem -- 19 A New Yield Management Approach in Multi-variable Environments -- 20 Materialisation Forecasting: A Data
Mining Perspective -- 21 Optimization-Based Integrated Manpower Management for Airlines
ISBN:9781475737523
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Series:Springer eBooks
Series:Applied Optimization: 79
Keywords: Computer science , Software engineering , System theory , Mathematical models , Mathematical optimization , Astronomy , Astrophysics , Cosmology , Automotive engineering , Computer Science , Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems , Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology , Optimization , Systems Theory, Control , Automotive Engineering , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics
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Title:Software Prototyping in Data and Knowledge Engineering
Author(s): Giovanni Guida
Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (408 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-4267-0
Contents:1 The Prototyping Approach to Software Development -- 1.1 Linear Software Development -- 1.2 Software Prototyping -- 1.3 Iterative Software Development -- 1.4 The Evolutionary Perspective of Software Development -- 1.5 User-Centered
Software Design and Development -- 1.6 Software Prototyping Approaches -- 1.7 Classification of Software Prototypes -- 1.8 Software Prototyping and Prototypes. -- 1.9 Goals of Software Prototyping. -- 1.10 Prototyping and Software
Evaluation. -- 1.11 Involvement and Role of Users in Software Prototyping -- 1.12 Misconceptions about Software Prototyping -- 1.13 Rules of Software Prototyping -- 1.14 Requirements for Software Prototyping Environments -- 1.15
Object-Oriented Programming and Prototyping -- 1.16 Object-Oriented CASE Tools for Prototyping -- 2 Overview of Database Technology -- 2.1 Extended Relational Databases -- 2.2 Deductive Databases -- 2.3 Object Databases -- 2.4 Active
Databases -- 2.5 Temporal Databases -- 2.6 Spatial Databases -- 2.7 Multimedia Databases. -- 2.8 Data Warehousing. -- 2.9 Data Mining -- 3 Overview of Knowledge-Based Technology -- 3.1 Knowledge-Based Systems. -- 3.2 The Challenge of
Knowledge-Based Systems. -- 3.3 Knowledge-Based Technology: Techniques, Tools and Methodologies -- 3.4 KBS Techniques -- 3.5 KBS Tools -- 3.6 KBS Methodologies -- 3.7 Beyond Knowledge-Based Technology: A knowledge Management
Perspective -- 4 Data and Knowledge Intensive Systems -- 4.1 Computer Problem-Solving -- 5 The Prototyping Hierarchy -- 5.1 Approach and Architecture -- 5.1.1 Star Architecture -- 5.2 Reference Application. -- 6 The Relational Layer --
6.1 Relational Paradigm -- 6.2 Relational Prototyping Language -- 6.3 Prototyping by Relational Techniques -- 6.4 Prototyping the Relational Layer -- 7 The Extended Relational Layer -- 7.1 Extended Relational Paradigm -- 7.2 Extended
Relational Prototyping Language. -- 7.3 Prototyping by Extended Relational Techniques -- 7.4 Prototyping the Extended Relational Layer -- 8 The Deductive Layer -- 8.1 Deductive Paradigm -- 8.2 Deductive Prototyping Language -- 8.3
Prototyping by Deductive Techniques -- 8.4 Prototyping the Deductive Layer -- 9 The Object Layer -- 9.1 Object Paradigm -- 9.2 Object Prototyping Language. -- 9.3 Prototyping by Object Techniques -- 9.4 Prototyping the Object Layer. --
10 The Active Layer -- 10.1 Active Paradigm -- 10.2 Active Prototyping Language -- 10.3 Prototyping by Active Techniques -- 10.4 Prototyping the Active Layer -- 11 Prototyping Techniques Integration -- 11.1 Integrated Paradigm -- 11.2
Integrated Prototyping Language -- 12 Mapping Prototypes to Relational Databases -- 12.1 Transforming Passive Rules into Active Rules -- 12.2 Mapping Schemas. -- 12.3 Mapping Declarative Expressions -- 12.4 Mapping Procedural Code --
12.5 Mapping Nonrecursive Passive Rules -- 12.6 Mapping Active Rules -- References
ISBN:9789401142670
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Series:Springer eBooks
Series:Mathematics and Its Applications : 497
Keywords: Computer science , Software engineering , Programming languages (Electronic computers) , Data structures (Computer science) , Artificial intelligence , Computer Science , Data Structures, Cryptology and Information Theory , Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) , Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems , Programming Languages, Compilers, Interpreters
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Call number:SPRINGER-1999-9783642601552:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:High Performance Scientific and Engineering Computing Proceedings of the International FORTWIHR Conference on HPSEC, Munich, March 16-18, 1998
Author(s):
Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (44 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-60155-2
Contents:I Fluid Flow -- On the Realistic Performance of Linear Algebra Components in Iterative Solvers -- Applying the Checkpointing Routine treeverse to Discretizations of Burgers’ Equation -- Adaptive Grids for Time Dependent Conservation
Laws: Theory and Applications in CFD -- Numerical Bifurcation Analysis of Premixed Combustion in Porous Inert Media -- Multigrid Solution of the Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations and its Application to Parallel Computers --
Simulation of Internal and Free Turbulent Flows -- Application of Parallel Numerical Flow Solvers Invoking Advanced Turbulence-Transport Models to Aircraft Components -- Solution of Coupled Problems by Parallel Multigrid -- Coupled
Numerical Computations of the Fluid Damped Oscillations of a Lamina -- Efficient Treatment of Complicated Geometries and Moving Interfaces for CFD Problems -- II Dynamic Systems and Optimal Control -- Very Low Thrust Trajectory
Optimization -- Mechanical Multibody Systems with Deformable Components -- Real Time Simulation and Online Control for Virtual Test Drives of Cars -- Numerical Simulation of Vibrations for the Design of a Rear Axle -- Flight Tests with
Computer Generated Synthetic Vision -- Flight Path Optimization with a New Homotopy Method for Reducing Safety Hazards in Microbursts -- Integrated User Environment for the Numerical Solution of Optimal Control Problems -- Simulation
and Optimization of Logistic Processes Involving Sloshing Media -- Numerical Simulation and Optimal Control of Air Separation Plants -- Advanced Extrapolation Methods for Large Scale Differential Algebraic Problems -- III Melting,
Coating, and Crystal Growth -- On the Generation and Spreading of ’Finger’ Instabilities in Film Coating Processes -- CrysVUN++, a Powerful Computer Code for Global Thermal Modelling of Industrial Crystal Growth Processes -- 3D
Adaptive Unstructured Grid Solver: Application to Flow and GaAs Deposition in the Planetary Reactor™ -- Direct Navier-Stokes Simulations of Turbulent Czochralski Flows -- IV Semiconductors and Circuits -- Advanced Models, Applications,
and Software Systems for High Performance Computing - Application in Microelectronics -- Numerical Simulation of Microstructured Semiconductor Devices, Transducers, and Systems -- Parallel Multigrid Methods for the Continuity Equations
in Semiconductor Device Simulation -- Partitioning Strategies in Circuit Simulation -- A New Stochastic Integration Scheme for the Efficient Solution of Randomly Disturbed Circuits -- Eigenvalue Solvers for Electromagnetic Fields in
Cavities -- Remarks on the Convex Analysis of the Energy Model of Semiconductor Devices -- Analysis of Electromechanical Microdevices Using Coupled FEM-BEM Based on the TP2000 CAD Platform -- Numerical Analysis of Distributed Inductive
Parasitics in High Power Bus Bars -- Low Pressure Discharges in Plasma Reactors: Modelling and Computer-Aided Diagnostics -- V HPSC in Physics and Chemistry -- Numerical Fluid Dynamics in Astrophysics with Smoothed Particle
Hydrodynamics -- Parallel Computation of Multi-Dimensional Neutron and Photon Transport in Inhomogeneous Media -- Quantum Chemistry on Parallel Computers: Concepts and Results of a Density Functional Method -- Future Trends in HPSC --
Technological Trends and their Impact on the Future of Supercomputers
ISBN:9783642601552
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Series:Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering: 8
Keywords: Mathematics , Science , Computers , Computer mathematics , Physics , Computational intelligence , Mathematics , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Theory of Computation , Science, general , Computational Intelligence , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Numerical and Computational Physics
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Call number:SPRINGER-1999-9781447108917:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Homogenization and Structural Topology Optimization Theory, Practice and Software
Author(s): Behrooz Hassani
Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (144 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4471-0891-7
Contents:Preface vii -- Acknowledgements xi -- Table of Contents xiii -- Notation xvii -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Overview -- 1.2 Mathematical description of optimization problem -- 1.3 Types of structural optimization -- 1.4 Aspects of
topology optimization -- 1.5 Layout of the book -- References -- I: Homogenization -- 2. Homogenization Theory for Media with a Periodic Structure -- 3. Solution of Homogenization Equations for Topology Optimization -- II: Topology
Optimization -- 4. Structural Topology Optimization using Optimality Critieria Methods -- 5. Experiences in Topology Optimization of Plane Stress Problems -- 6. Topological layout and Reinforcement Optimization of Plate Structures --
III: Other Methods and Integrated Structural Optimization -- 7. Alternative Approaches to Structural Topology Optimization -- 8. Integrated Structural Optimization -- Appendix A -- Appendix B -- Appendix C -- Appendix D HOMOG Manual --
Appendix E PLATO Manual -- Author Index
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Title:Direct Methods for Solving Macromolecular Structures
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Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (526 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-015-9093-8
Contents:The phase problem of x-ray crystallography: overview -- A simple introduction to direct methods -- An elementary introduction to direct methods -- A simple introduction to Patterson methods -- An introduction to probability theory --
Intensity statistics and normalization -- Invariants, seminvariants and phase relationships -- Sayre equation, tangent formula and SAYTAN -- Probabilistic phasing methods versus macromolecular crystallography -- to the use of
non-crystallographic symmetry in phasing -- An introduction to maximum entropy in action -- Crystal structure refinement incorporating chemical information -- Location of heavy atoms by automated Patterson interpretation -- New
applications of simulated annealing in crystallographic refinement -- Figures of merit for evaluating phases -- to density modification -- An integrated graphical user interface for crystallographic software -- Isomorphous replacement:
a survey of recent developments -- A theoretical study on the measurability of Bijvoet differences in macromolecular crystals -- Multiwavelength anomalous diffraction in macromolecular crystallography -- The solvent contrast variation
method -- Obtaining phases from electron microscopy for solving protein structures -- Solving a heavy-atom substructure by direct methods -- Direct methods in relation to isomorphous data -- Integration of direct methods with SIR
techniques -- Direct methods of solving phase ambiguities in macromolecular structures -- Phase refinement -- On the use of partial structure information in ab initio direct methods -- Direct methods with electron microscope
information -- Density modification and direct methods -- Molecular scene analysis and its role in protein structure determination -- Membrane proteins solved by electron microscopy and electron diffraction -- The phase problem: a
problem in constrained global optimization -- Shake-and-Bake: applications and advances -- SHELX applications to macromolecules -- Ab initio determination of a low resolution molecular envelope by direct methods -- Model based very low
resolution phasing -- Use of non-crystallographic symmetry for ab initio phasing of virus structures -- Direct methods, and the use of synchrotron radiation for macromolecular crystallography -- The likelihood based choice of priors in
statistical approaches to the phase problem -- Developments in maximum entropy and likelihood -- Extending the resolving power of Shake-and-Bake -- Reinvestigation of the use of Patterson maps to extrapolate data to higher resolution
-- Intensity oversampling from crystallographic sampling via discrete Hilbert transforms -- Applications of direct methods with single isomorphous replacement or one wavelength anomalous scattering data -- Direct methods and molecular
replacement techniques: the translation problem -- Holographic methods in x-ray crystallography -- A comparison of two algorithms for electron density map improvement by introduction of atomicity: skeletonization, and map sorting
followed by refinement -- Real-space refinement using RsRef -- Towards the enantiomorph specific probabilistic theory of the structure invariants
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Keywords: Physics , Physical chemistry , Biochemistry , Crystallography , Physics , Crystallography , Biochemistry, general , Physical Chemistry
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Title:Global Optimization in Engineering Design
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (388 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-5331-8
Contents:1. Branch and Bound for Global NLP: New Bounding LP -- 2. Branch and Bound for Global NLP: Iterative LP Algorithm & Results -- 3. New Formulations and Branching Strategies for the GOP Algorithm -- 4. Computational Results for an
Efficient Implementation of the GOP Algorithm and Its Variants -- 5. Solving Nonconvex Process Optimisation Problems Using Interval Subdivision Algorithms -- 6. Global Optimization of Nonconvex MINLP’s by Interval Analysis -- 7.
Planning of Chemical Process Networks via Global Concave Minimization -- 8. Global Optimization for Stochastic Planning, Scheduling and Design Problems -- 9. Global Optimization of Heat Exchanger Networks with Fixed Configuration for
Multiperiod Design -- 10. Alternative Bounding Approximations for the Global Optimization of Various Engineering Design Problems -- 11. A Pipe Reliability and Cost Model for an Integrated Approach Toward Designing Water Distribution
Systems -- 12. Global Optimisation of General Process Models
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Keywords: Computer science , Operations research , Decision making , Chemical engineering , Software engineering , Mathematical optimization , Engineering design , Computer Science , Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems , Optimization , Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering , Engineering Design , Operation Research/Decision Theory
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Title:Predictability and Nonlinear Modelling in Natural Sciences and Economics
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Date:1994
Size:1 online resource (653 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-0962-8
Contents:1. Geophysics -- Karl Popper and the accountability of scientific models -- Evaluation of forecasts -- The Liouville equation and prediction of forecast skill -- An improved formula to describe error growth in meteorological models --
Searching for periodic motions in long-time series -- Comparison study of the response of the climate system to major volcanic eruptions and el nino events -- Detection of a pertubed equator-pole temperature gradient in a spectral
model of the atmospheric circulation -- A simple two-dimensional climate model with ocean and atmosphere coupling -- Climate modelling at different scales of space -- 2. Agriculture -- Simulation of effects of climatic change on
cauliflower production -- Validation of large scale process-oriented models for managing natural resource populations: a case study -- Uncertainty of predictions in supervised pest control in winter wheat, its price and its causes --
The implications and importance of non-linear responses in modelling the growth and development of wheat -- Growth curve analysis of sedentary plant parasitic nematodes in relation to plant resistance and tolerance -- 3. Population
Biology -- Using chaos to understand biological dynamics -- Qualitative analysis of unpredictability: a case study from childhood epidemics -- Control and prediction in seasonally driven population models -- Simple theoretical models
and population predictions -- Individual based population modelling -- Ecological systems are not dynamical systems: some consequences of individual variability -- Spatio-temporal organization mediated by hierarchy in time scales in
ensembles of predator-prey pairs -- Continental expansion of plant disease: a survey of some recent results -- Modelling of fish behavior -- 4. Systems sciences -- Understanding uncertain environmental systems -- System identification
by approximate realization -- Sensitivity analysis versus uncertainty analysis: when to use what? -- Monte Carlo estimation of uncertainty contributions from several independent multivariate sources -- Assessing sensitivities and
uncertainties in models: a critical evaluation -- UNCSAM: a software tool for sensitivity and uncertainty analysis of mathematical models -- Set-membership identification of nonlinear conceptual models -- Parameter sensitivity and the
quality of model predictions -- Towards a metrics for simulation model validation -- Use of a Fourier decomposition technique in aquatic ecosystems modelling -- Multiobjective inverse problems with ecological and economical motivations
-- An expert-opinion approach to the prediction problem in complex systems -- 5. Environmental Sciences -- Critical loads and a dynamic assessment of ecosystem recovery -- Uncertainty analysis on critical loads for forest soils in
Finland -- Monte Carlo simulations in ecological risk assessment -- Sensitivity analysis of a model for pesticide leaching and accumulation -- Bayesian uncertainty analysis in water quality modelling -- Modelling dynamics of air
pollution dispersion in mesoscale -- Uncertainty factors analysis in linear water quality models -- Uncertainty analysis and risk assessment combined: application to a bioaccumulation model -- Diagnosis of model applicability by
identification of incompatible data sets illustrated on a pharmacokinetic model for dioxins in mamals -- Regional calibration of a steady state model to assess critical acid loads -- Uncertainty analysis for the computation of
greenhouse gas concentrations in IMAGE -- 6. Economics -- Forecast uncertainty in economics -- Some aspects of nonlinear discrete-time descriptor systems in economics -- Quasi-periodic and strange, chaotic attractors in Hick’s
nonlinear trade cycle model -- Monte Carlo experimentation for large scale forward-looking economic models -- Erratic dynamics in a restricted tatonnement process with two and three goods -- Chaotic dynamics in a two-dimensional
overlapping generation model: a numerical investigation -- Nonlinearity and forecasting aspects of periodically integrated autoregressions -- Classical and modified resealed range analysis: some evidence
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Keywords: Mathematics , Atmospheric sciences , Plant science , Botany , System theory , Mathematical models , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Environment , Mathematics , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics , Environment, general , Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering , Systems Theory, Control , Atmospheric Sciences , Plant Sciences
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Title:The Navstar Global Positioning System
Author(s): Tom Logsdon
Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (256 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-3104-3
Contents:1 The Science of Navigation -- What Is Navigation? -- A Typical Ground-Based Radionavigation System -- The Advantages of Space-based Transmitters -- The Transit Navigation Satellites -- Gravity Gradient Stabilization -- Disturbance
Compensation Systems -- Compensating for Ionospheric Delays -- Compensating for Tropospheric Delays -- Navigation Techniques -- The Navstar Revolution -- Navstar Navigation Techniques -- The Navstar Clocks -- Practical Benefits for All
Mankind -- 2 The Navstar GPS -- The Space Segment -- Signal Structure and Pseudorandom Codes -- Navigation Solutions -- Correcting for Relativistic Time Delays -- Correcting for Ionospheric and Tropospheric Delays -- Decoding the
50-Bit-Per-Second Data Stream -- The Various Families of Navstar Satellites -- The User Segment -- A Typical High-Performance 5-Channel Receiver -- Operating Procedures -- The Control Segment -- Inverting the Navigation Solution -- The
Monitor Stations and The Master Control Station -- Field Test Results -- 3 Performance Comparisons for Today’s Radionavigation Systems -- A Sampling of Today’s Ground-based Navigation Systems -- Loran C/D -- Omega -- VOR/DME Tacan --
The Microwave Landing System -- Inertial Navigation -- JTIDS Relnav and PLRS -- Signpost Navigation Techniques -- A Sampling of Today’s Space-based Navigation Systems -- Transit -- The Navstar Global Positioning System -- The French
Argos -- Side-by-side Performance Comparisons -- 4 User-Set Architecture -- The Major Components of a Typical Navstar Receiver -- The Receiver Antenna and Its Associated Electronics -- The Tracking Loops -- Navigation Processor --
Power Supply -- Control-Display Unit -- Choosing the Proper User-set Architecture -- Performance Comparisons -- Selecting the Antennas -- Selecting the Proper Computer Processing Techniques -- Solving for the User’s Position --
Computing and Interpreting the Geometrical Dilution of Precision -- Ranging Error Budgets -- Kalman Filtering Techniques -- 5 User-set Performance -- Accuracy Estimates for Various Methods of Navigation -- Performance Criteria to
Consider when Purchasing a Navstar Receiver -- Receiver Design Choices -- Number of Channels and Sequencing Rate -- Access to Selective-availability Signals -- Available Performance Enhancement Techniques -- Computer Processing
Capabilities -- Receiver Design Smart Card -- Today’s Available Navstar Receivers -- Hand-held Receivers -- Commercially Available Navstar Chipsets -- 6 Differential Navigation and Pseudo-satellites -- Performance Comparisons: Absolute
and Differential Navigation -- Special Committee 104’s Recommended Data-exchange Protocols -- The Coast Guard’s Differential Navigation System Tests -- Motorola’s Mini Ranger Test Results -- COMSAT’s Data Distribution Service for the
Gulf of Mexico -- Wide-area Differential Navigation Services -- Pseudo-satellites -- Special Committee 104’s Data Exchange Protocols for Pseudo-satellites -- Comparisons Between Differential Navigation and Pseudo-satellites -- 7
Interferometry Techniques -- The Classical Michaelson-Morley Interferometry Experiment -- Measuring Attitude Angles with Special Navstar Receivers -- Eliminating Solution Ambiguities -- Practical Test Results -- Using Interferometry to
Fix Position -- Single, Double, and Triple Differencing Techniques -- The POPS Post-Processing Software -- Spaceborne Interferometry Receivers -- Motorola’s Commercially Available Monarch -- Tomorrow’s Generic Spaceborne Receivers -- 8
Integrated Navigation Systems -- Integrated Navigation -- Inertial Navigation -- Error Growth Rates -- Reinitialization Techniques -- Ring Laser Gyros -- Monolithic Ring Laser Gyros -- Fiber Optic Gyros -- Using the GPS for Testing
Inertial Navigation Systems -- The Practical Benefits of Integrated Navigation -- Chassis-level Integration -- 9 Interoperability with Other Navigation Systems -- The Soviet Glonass -- The Glonass Specification Release at Montreal --
The Glonass Constellation -- Orbital Maneuvers for the Glonass Satellites -- Building Dual-capability GPS/Glonass Receivers -- Receiver Design Difficulties -- Dual-Capability Receiver Tests at Leeds University -- The FAA’s Joint
Research Efforts with Soviet Scientists -- Other Attempts to Build Dual-capability Receivers -- Integrity Monitoring Techniques -- Interoperability with Other Radionavigation Systems -- Eastport International’s Integrated System for
Underwater Navigation -- 10 The Navstar Satellites -- The Eight Major Spacecraft Subsystems -- The Orbit Injection Subsystem -- Tracking, Telemetry and Command -- Attitude and Velocity Control -- Electrical Power -- Navigation
Subsystem -- Reaction Control -- Thermal Control -- Structures and Mechanisms -- On-orbit Test Results -- The Multiyear Spacecraft Procurement -- Booster Rockets -- Orbital Perturbations -- The Spacecraft Ephemeris Constants --
Satellite Viewing Angles -- Earth-shadowing Intervals -- Repeating Ground-trace Geometry -- 11 Precise Time Synchronization -- John Harrison’s Marine Chronometer -- Celestial Navigation Techniques -- A Short History of Time -- The
Atomic Clocks Carried Aboard the Navstar Satellites -- Cesium Atomic Clocks -- Rubidium Atomic Clocks -- Developing Atomic Clocks Light Enough to Travel Into Space -- The Growing Need for Precise Time Synchronization -- Time Sync
Methodologies -- Fixing Time with the Navstar Signals -- Lightweight Hydrogen Masers for Tomorrow’s Navstar Satellites -- Crosslink Ranging Techniques -- 12 Digital Avionics and Air Traffic Control -- The Sabreliner’s Flight to the
Paris Air Show -- Four Major Concerns of the Federal Aviation Administration -- Selective Availability -- User-Set Fees -- Integrity-related Failures -- Continuous Five-satellite Coverage -- Using a Dedicated Constellation for Air
Traffic Control -- An Alternative Architecture Using the GPS -- Comparisons Between Geosynchronous and Semisynchronous Constellations -- Piggyback Geosynchronous Payloads -- The Autoland System Test Results -- 13 Geodetic Surveying and
Satellite Positioning -- Determining the Shape of Planet Earth -- The Theory of Isostasy -- The Earth’s Contours Under Hydrostatic Equilibrium -- GPS Calibrations at the Turtmann Test Range -- Static Surveying Techniques -- Kinematic
and Pseudo-kinematic Surveying -- Freeway Surveying During War in the Persian Gulf -- Navstar Positioning for Landsat D -- The Landsat’s Spaceborne Receiver -- On-Orbit Navigation Accuracy -- Orbit Determination for High-altitude
Satellites -- Today’s Available Spaceborne Receivers -- 14 Military Applications -- The Military Benefits of the Worldwide Common Grid -- Field Test Results -- Projected Battlefield Benefits -- Test Range Applications -- Military
Receivers -- Carrier-landing Accuracies -- Amphibious Warfare Operations -- Accuracy-enhancements for Strategic and Cruise Missiles -- 15 Civil Applications -- Dinosaur Hunting with the GPS -- Guiding Archaeological Expeditions --
Tracking Hazardous Icebergs -- Offshore Oil Exploration -- Fixing the Positions of Railroad Trains -- Automobile Navigation -- Dead Reckoning Systems -- Tomorrow’s Space-based Vehicle Navigation Techniques -- Today’s Available
Automotive Navigation Systems -- Futuristic Applications for Navstar Navigation -- Appendix A Additional Sources of lnformation -- GPS Information Centers -- The U.S. Coast Guard’s Information Center -- The Computer Bulletin Board at
Holloman Air Force Base -- Global Satellite Software’s Computer Bulletin Board -- The Glonass Computer Bulletin Board -- Precise GPS Orbit Information -- Military GPS Information Directory -- GPS Information with a European Flavor --
The United Kingdom -- The Netherlands -- Norway -- GPS Clock Behavior -- Information for Surveyors -- GPS World Magazine -- The Federal Radionavigation Plan -- Appendix B Today’s Global Family of User-set Makers -- Domestic User-set
Makers -- Foreign User-set Makers -- Appendix C Navigation-Related Clubs and Organizations -- Appendix D Navigation-related Magazines and Periodicals
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Keywords: Physics , Acoustics , Physics , Acoustics , Signal, Image and Speech Processing
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Title:Cost Analysis and Estimating Shifting U.S. Priorities
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (34 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-3202-5
Contents:1. A Framework for Estimating the Cost to Build Trusted Computer Systems -- 2. The Cost of Effectiveness of Integrated Avionics Architectures -- 3. Transform Techniques in Cost Analysis -- 4. Learning Curve and Rate Adjustment Models:
Comparative Prediction Accuracy Under Varying Conditions -- 5. Uncertainty and Capital Investment Decisions -- 6. A Methodology for Assessing Schedule Risk in Software Development Estimates -- 7. Accounting for Residual Value and the
Probability of War When Estimating Cost-to-Effectiveness Ratios for Evaluating Alternative Military Weapon Systems
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Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematics , Mathematics, general
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Title:Dynamics of Controlled Mechanical Systems IUTAM/IFAC Symposium, Zurich, Switzerland, May 30–June 3, 1988
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Date:1989
Size:1 online resource (377 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-83581-0
Contents:Modeling -- Model Verification by Experiments with Finite Effect Sequences.(FES) -- Modeling the Dynamics of a Complete Vehicle with Nonlinear Wheel Suspension Kinematics and Elastic Hinges -- Computer Aided Formulation of Equations
of Motion -- State Equations of Motion for Flexible Bodies in Terms of Quasi-Coordinates -- Design Tools -- Simulation, Test and Diagnostics Integrated for a Safety Design of Magnetic Bearing Prototypes -- Hardware - Software
Interfaces for Dynamical Simulations -- Graphical Tools -- Towards Graphical Programming in Control of Mechanical Systems -- Graphical Verification of Complex Multibody Motion in Space Applications -- Examples for the Dynamics of
Controlled Mechanical Systems -- Active Vibration Control of a Cantilever Beam by a Piezoelectric Ceramic Actuator -- Fiber Connected Tug of War -- Structure of Magnetic Bearing Control System for Compensating Unbalance Force --
Sensors and Actuators -- Placing Dynamic Sensors and Actuators on Flexible Space Structures -- Aerospace -- A Simple Active Controller to Supress Helicopter Air Resonance in Hover and Forward Flight -- Active Vibration Control for
Flexible Space Environment Use Manipulators -- Orientation of Large Orbital Stations -- Attitude Stability of a Flexible Asymmetric Dual Spin Spacecraft -- Robotics -- Robot Control in Cartesian Space with Adaptive Nonlinear Dynamics
Compensation -- Modeling and Control of Elastic Robot Arm with Prismatic Joint -- A Decentralized and Robust Controller for Robots -- Isotropic and Uniform Inertial and Acceleration Characteristics: Issues in the Design of Redundant
Manipulators -- Effect of Sampling Rates on the Performance of Model-Based Control Schemes -- Modeling and Control of a Flexible Robot Link -- Decomposed Parameter Identification Approach of Robot Dynamics -- Dynamic Behavior of a
Flexible Robotic Manipulator -- Vehicles -- Control of an Active Suspension System for a Wheeled Vehicle -- Dynamic Modeling of High Speed Ground Transportation Vehicles for Control Design and Performance Evaluation -- Trajectory
Planning and Motion Control of Mobile Robots -- Researches of the Biped Robot in Japan
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Keywords: Physics , Mechanics , Engineering design , Automotive engineering , Control engineering , Robotics , Mechatronics , Physics , Mechanics , Engineering Design , Control, Robotics, Mechatronics , Automotive Engineering
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Title:Quantitative Analysis of Mineral and Energy Resources
Author(s):
Date:1988
Size:1 online resource (738 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-4029-1
Contents:1. Integration of Data for Resource Evaluation -- Application of recent developments of regression analysis in regional mineral resource evaluation -- Poisson regression analysis and its application -- Measurement, sampling and
interpretation -- Levels of information and probability mapping -- Review of geomathematical applications for mineral resources evaluation in China -- 2. Statistical Analysis of Geochemical Data -- New approaches to the recognition of
anomalies in exploration geochemistry -- Univariate patterns in the design of multivariate analysis techniques for geochemical data evaluation -- Application of robust statistics in the analysis of geochemical data -- 3. Statistical
Mehtods for Oil and Gas Resource Evaluation -- U.S. Geological Survey assessment methodology for estimation of undiscovered petroleum resources in play analysis of the Artic National Wildlife Refuge -- Statistical evaluation of
petroleum deposits before discovery -- On assessing dry probabilities in offshore oil and gas exploration: an application of Bayes’s theorem -- Statistical analysis of oil and gas discovery data -- 4. Image Processing in Earth Sciences
-- Automated integration of mineral resource data by image processing and artificial intelligence -- Principles of mathematical morphology -- The use of geological image analysis in remote sensing and seismic attribute integration for
resource assessment -- Statistical image processing -- 5. Statistical Analysis of Spatial Data -- Spatial analysis of patterns of land-based and ocean-floor ore deposits -- Point processes for the earth sciences -- 6. Geostatistics --
An unconventional approach to geostatistical estimation -- Case studies on modelling complex sulphide orebodies for ore reserve estimation using geostatistical methods -- A Bayesian approach to surface estimation -- Conditional
simulation of indicator data. Case study of a multi-seam coal deposit -- Factorial kriging as a method to include spatial structure into classification. A case study on a sulphide orebody -- Geostatistical techniques for interpreting
multivariate spatial information -- 7. Other Statisitcal Methodologies for Geoscience Data -- The shape of Lloydminster oil and gas deposit attribute data -- Confidence bands for the distribution and quantile functions for truncated
and randomly censored data -- Geostatistical crustal abundance resource models -- 8. Artificial Intelligence in Earth Sciences -- The usage of Artificial intelligence in remote sensing: a review of applications and current research --
GEOVALUATOR, an expert system for resource appraisal: a demonstration prototype for kaolin in Georgia, U.S.A -- GEMS: a microcomputer-based expert system for digital image data -- On the understanding of geological cross-sections by
expert systems -- 9. Other Contributed Papers -- Examples of spatial analysis and management in the geographical and conformal projection domains -- A classification procedure for exploitable reserves -- Drainage and divide networks
derived from high-fidelity digital terrain models -- An algebraic model for data structure and manipulation as a design basis for integrated geoscience processing systems -- Case study on application of qualitative data analysis
techniques to an uranium mineralization -- A shell for microcomputer exploration software used in developing countries -- Optimal exploration strategies: the synthesis of resource assessments and operations research -- Advantages and
limitations of discovery process modeling: the case of the Northern West Siberian gas plays -- Some aspects of multivariate analysis -- Workshop Reports -- Current problems and future developments in multivariate analysis -- Current
problems and future developments in oil and gas resource modeling and forecasting -- Current problems and future developments in spatial statistics and image processing -- Current problems and future developments in mineral and energy
resource expert system development -- Current problems and future developments in the use of microcomputers
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Keywords: Earth sciences , Economic geology , Earth Sciences , Economic Geology
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Title:Mathematical and Computational Aspects
Author(s):
Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (607 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-21908-9
Contents:The Origin of the Boundary Element Method and its Variants (Opening address) -- Mathematical Aspects -- Green’s Functions for the Boundary Element Method (Invited contribution) -- Best Approximation of a Linear Operation Equation
(Invited contribution) -- On the Identification of Non-Linear Operators and its Application (Invited contribution) -- Boundary Integral Equation Methods for Canonical Problems in Diffraction Theory (Invited contribution) -- Methods of
Construction of Fundamental Solutions of Decomposable Linear Differential Operators (Invited contribution) -- A Generalized Approach to Transfer the Domain Integrals onto Boundary Ones for Potential Problems in BEM -- The Hybrid
Boundary Element Method -- New Integral Equation Formulations for Continuum Mechanics -- Analyses of Infinite Reservoir Using the Boundary Element Method with Particular Integrals -- Convergence and Error Estimates -- Experimental
Convergence of Boundary Element Methods for the Capacity of the Electrified Square Plate -- On the Stability of Boundary Element Methods for Integral Equations of the First Kind -- On Quadrature Methods and Spline Approximation of
Singular Integral Equations -- Significance of Kernel Singularities for the Numerical Solution of Fredholm Integral Equations -- Accuracy and Efficiency of a Panel Method for Free Surface Flow Problem in Three Dimensions --
A-Posteriori Error Estimates and Adaptive Approaches for some Boundary Element Methods -- Numerical Aspects -- Adaptive Boundary Element Methods (Invited contribution) -- A Comparison of the BEM and the T Matrix Methods (Invited
contribution) -- Construction of Equivalent Finite Element Functions Using BEM -- The Effect of Non-Convex Boundaries on Time Domain Boundary Element Solutions -- A New Numerical Algorithm for Solving Fundamental Solutions -- Adaptive
Refinements in BEM -- Self-Adaptive P-Hierarchical Boundary Elements in Elastostatics -- A New Coordinate Transformation Method for Singular and Nearly Singular Integrals over General Curved Boundary Elements -- Development of
Overhauser Splines as Boundary Elements -- Coupling Be/Fe Methods and Other Coupling Methods -- Symmetric Methods for the Coupling of Finite Elements and Boundary Elements (Invited contribution) -- On Some Coupled Problems in Mechanics
by the Coupling Technique of Boundary Element and Finite Element (Invited contribution) -- On Coupling of the Boundary Element and R-Function Methods -- On Simplified Hybrid Methods for Coupling of Finite Elements and Boundary Elements
-- Computational Aspects -- The Panel Clustering Technique for the Boundary Element Method (Invited contribution) -- Multigrid Methods in Boundary Element Calculations (Invited contribution) -- Linear Equations Solver for Large Block
Matrices Arising in BEM -- Nonlinear Equations Solver for Large Equations Sets Arising When Using BEM in Inhomogenous Regions of Nonlinear Material -- Resolving Difficulties in the BIEM Caused by Geometric Corners and Discontinuous
Boundary Conditions -- Software -- Industrial Application of the Boundary Element System BETSY -- Integrated Design and Analysis using the Boundary Element Method -- Boundary Elements on Personal Computers -- Murphy’s Law in Boundary
Element Implementations -- Computer Programme KYOKAI.F for Viscous and Thermal Fluid Flow Problems -- DBETSY — Industrial Application of the BEM
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Title:VLSI Technology Fundamentals and Applications
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Date:1986
Size:1 online resource (450 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-69192-8
Contents:1. lntroduction -- 1.1 The Significance of Semiconductor Integrated Circuits -- 1.2 Prospects of High-Density Integration -- 1.3 Device Dimensions and Density of Integration -- 1.4 Outline of the Microfabrication Technology -- 2.
Electron Beam Lithography -- 2.1 Background -- 2.2 Components for Electron-Beam Lithography -- 2.3 Software for Electron-Beam Lithography -- 2.4 Wafer and Writing Systems -- 3. Pattern Replication Technology -- 3.1 UV Replication
Technologies -- 3.2 Deep-UV Projection System -- 3.3 X-Ray Lithography -- 3.4 Electron-Beam Projection -- 3.5 Radiation-Sensitive Resist for Microfabrication -- 4. Mask Inspection Technology -- 4.1 Principles of Mask Inspection -- 4.2
Mask Inspection Systems -- 5. Crystal Technology -- 5.1 Overview -- 5.2 Impurities in Si Crystals -- 5.3 Wafer Bow and Warpage -- 5.4 Thermally Induced Microdefects -- 5.5 Epitaxial Growth -- 6. Process Technology -- 6.1 Dry Etching --
6.2 Beam Annealing -- 6.3 Thin-Film Deposition Techniques -- 6.4 Metallization -- 6.5 Evaluation of Gate Oxide Film -- 6.6 Super Clean Environment -- 7. Fundamentals of Test and Evaluation -- 7.1 Testing and Evaluation of the Device
Design -- 7.2 Device Analysis and Evaluation -- 7.3 Device Testing -- 8. Basic Device Technology -- 8.1 Background -- 8.2 Limitations for Miniaturization -- 8.3 Prediction of Device Performance Advancements -- 8.4 Examples of Device
Structure -- 8.5 Device Structure -- References
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Keywords: Engineering , Special purpose computers , Electronics , Microelectronics , Engineering , Electronics and Microelectronics, Instrumentation , Special Purpose and Application-Based Systems
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Call number:SPRINGER-1984-9783540391302:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Computing in Accelerator Design and Operation Proceedings of the Europhysics Conference Held at the Hahn-Meitner-Institut für Kernforschung Berlin GmbH Berlin, Germany, September 20–23,1983
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Date:1984
Size:1 online resource (578 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-13909-5
Contents:Future high energy accelerators -- Beam optics and dynamics -- Design of r.f. cavities -- Computer aided magnet design -- Beam instabilities and computer simulations -- Calculation of polarization effects -- Particle tracking in
accelerators with higher order multipole fields -- Programs for designing the accelerating cavities for linear accelerators -- The MAGMI program for double pass electron linear accelerators -- A fortran program (RELAX3D) to solve the 3
dimensional poisson (Laplace) equation -- Calculation of three dimensional electric fields by successive over-relaxation in the central region of a cyclotron -- The design of the accelerating cavity for SuSe with the aid of the
three-dimensional cavity calculation program CAV3D -- The further development of the calculation of the three dimensional electric field in the central region of the INR cyclotron -- Particle tracking using lie algebraic methods --
Numerical investigation of bunch-merging in a heavy-ion-synchrotron -- Nonlinear aspects of Landau damping in computer simulation of the microwave instability -- The transport theory of particle beam-congregation in six-dimensional
phase space -- The MAD program -- Analogue computer display of accelerator beam optics -- A Monte Carlo beam transport program, REVMOC -- Multiparticle codes developed at GANIL -- MIRKO — an interactive program for beam lines and
synchrotrons -- Aperture studies of the BNL colliding beam accelerator with reduced superperiodicity -- The study of misalignmental characteristics of beam optical components of HI-13 tandem -- Calculations for the design and
modification of the 2 cyclotrons of S.A.R.A. -- Magnetic field optimization and beam dynamics calculations for SuSe -- ‘DFLKTR’ the code for designing the electrostatic extraction system for cyclotrons -- RFQ design considerations --
Effects of higher order multipole fields on high current RFQ accelerator design -- Versatile codes and effective method for orbit programming with actually existing first harmonics in cyclotron -- Calculations of the heavy ion saclay
tandem post accelerator beams -- Electron injector computer simulations -- Numerical simulations of orbit correction in large electron rings -- Simulation of polarization correction schemes in e+e? storage rings -- Computation of
electron spin polarisation in storage rings -- Archsim: A proton synchrotron tracking program including longitudinal space charge -- A method for distinguishing chaotic from quasi-periodic motions in orbit tracking programs -- PATH — a
lumped-element beam-transport simulation program with space charge -- Workshop no. 1. Computer programs for lattice calculations -- Digital control of accelerators — the first ten years -- Distributed digital control of accelerators --
Centralized digital control of accelerators -- Concurrent control of interacting accelerators with particle beams of varying format and kind -- Integrated control and data acquisition of experimental facilities -- Software engineering
tools -- Centralization and decentralization in the TRIUMF Control System -- The Fermilab Accelerator Controls System -- The control system for the daresbury synchrotron radiation source -- The microprocessor-based control system for
the Milan superconducting cyclotron -- The ELSA control system hardware -- Computer control system of polarized ion source and beam transport line at KEK -- Computer control system of TRISTAN -- The system for process control and data
analysis based on microcomputer and CAMAC equipment in the LAE 13/9 linear electron accelerator -- Some features of the computer control system for the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) of the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory -- Design
criteria for the operation of accelerators under computer control -- Computer aided control of the bonn penning polarized ion source -- Treatment and display of transient signals in the CERN antiproton accumulator -- Fast CAMAC-based
sampling digitizers and digital filters for beam diagnostics and control in the CERN PS complex -- Automated cyclotron magnetic field measurement at the University of Manitoba -- On the problem of magnet ramping -- High level control
programs at NSLS -- The minicomputer network for control of the dedicated synchrotron radiation storage ring BESSY -- The electronic interface for control of the dedicated synchrotron radiation storage ring BESSY -- to computing for
accelerator operation -- Man-machine interface versus full automation -- Models and simulations -- Operations and communications within the Daresbury nuclear structure facility control system -- Consoles and displays for accelerator
operation -- Operator interface to the oric control system -- Computer aided setting up of VICKSI -- GANIL beam setting methods using on-line computer codes -- A multi-processor, multi-task control structure for the CERN SPS --
Computer codes for automatic tuning of the beam transport at the Unilac -- Interactive testprogram for ion optics -- Numerical orbit calculation for a linac and improvement of its transmission efficiency of a beam -- The computerized
beam phase measurement system at GANIL its applications to the automatic isochronization in the Separated Sector Cyclotrons (SSC) and other main tuning procedures -- On-line optimization code used at Saturne -- Automatic supervision
for Saturne -- A local computer network for the experimental data acquisition at BESSY -- Closing remarks
ISBN:9783540391302
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Series:Lecture Notes in Physics: 215
Keywords: Physics , Condensed matter , Solid state physics , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Complexity, Computational , Physics , Condensed Matter Physics , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Complexity
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Call number:SPRINGER-1982-9789400977600:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:New Advances in Distributed Computer Systems Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute held at Bonas,France, June 15–26, 1981
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Date:1982
Size:1 online resource (415 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-7760-0
Contents:1. Network Development -- Introductory Survey -- Data Communication in Israel — Present and Future -- Datanet 1 of the Netherlands’ PTT -- of Radio-based Air/Ground Data Links into the SITA Network -- Presentation of the NADIR
Pilot-Project -- AUTOFLOOD — A Flexible Test System for Packet Switched Networks -- Integrated Non-voice Services in the Electronic Office -- 2. Network Design -- Open System Interconnection and the Integrated Services Digital Network
-- Design Issues for High Speed Local Network Protocols -- Directory Systems for Computer Mail in Internetworking Environments -- Modeling and Verification of End-to-End Protocols -- Why Usual Transmission Protocols are not appropriate
for High Speed Satellite Transmission -- 3. Local Area Networks -- RESER, A Local Area Network Using a Fiber-Optic Ring -- SESNET — Local Area Networks for Software Engineering Development -- The Interconnection of Local Area Networks
via a Satellite Network -- Report on the Local Area Networks FFM-MCS and MICON -- The Cambridge Ring -- Distributed System Activities at the Institute of Cybernetics of the University of Milan -- 4. Mathematical Development -- An
Introduction to a Calculus of Communicating Systems -- Modelling of Distributed Computing Systems -- 5. Security and Encryption -- Data Security in Distributed Computing Systems -- The Data Encryption Standard and its Modes of Use --
Standardisation and Implementation of Data Encryption -- Public Key Cryptosystems, Authentication and Signatures -- 6. Parallel Computing Architecture -- Synchronization of Concurrent Processes without Globality Assumptions -- Parallel
Processing Architecture and Parallel Algorithms -- Parallel Non-Linear Algorithms -- Microcomputer Networks for Process Control -- List of Participants
ISBN:9789400977600
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Series:Nato Advanced Study Institutes Series, Series C - Mathematical and Physical Sciences: 80
Keywords: Engineering , Automotive engineering , Engineering , Automotive Engineering
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Call number:SPRINGER-1982-9783642514616:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:COMPSTAT 1982 5th Symposium held at Toulouse 1982 Part I: Proceedings in Computational Statistics
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Date:1982
Size:1 online resource (469 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-51461-6
Contents:1. Invited Papers -- On Some Problems in Analysing Non-orthogonal Designs -- Analytical Computing: Its Nature and Needs -- Updating Formulae and a Pairwise Algorithm for Computing Sample Variances -- Convex Hull Peeling -- Statistical
Computing at INSEE -- Artificial Intelligence and Data Analysis -- Classification of Multivariate Autoregressive Processes -- Exploratory Analysis of Large Sparse Matrices with Application to Textual Data -- Nonlinear Principal
Component Analysis -- A Programming Language for Multivariate Data Analysis -- Procedures for Optimal Collapsing of Two-way Contingency Table -- Computer Science as a Tool Improving Data Analysis Researches and Uses -- Applied Graph
Analysis in the Social Sciences: The Software Project GRADAP -- Microprocessors for Biomedical Research, Database Management and Analysis -- Parallel Processing in Statistics -- 2. Contributed Papers -- Software to Link Database
Interrogation and Statistical Analysis -- Development of a Statistical Language -- MICROSTAT: A Microcomputer Conversational System for Statistical Data Analysis -- An Algorithm for Nonnegative Least Squares and Projection onto Cones
-- Non Parametric Decision Trees by Bayesian Approach -- A Comparative Assessment of Data Management Software -- From Data Analysis to Non Parametric Statistics: Recent Developments and a Computer Realization for Exploratory Techniques
in Regression or Prediction -- Postgraduate Training for Statisticians — Database Methods -- Crossings, Orders and Ultrametrics: Application to Visualization of Consensus for Comparing Classifications -- Statistical Programs for
Microcomputers: The Implementation of a Directory for Data Structures -- Data Management and Tabulation in OPCS -- Archaeology, Data Analysis, Computer Science: How to Run Proper Treatment of Archaeological Data -- BLINWDR: Robust and
Bounded Influence Regression -- An Analysis of Developers’ and Users’ Ratings of Statistical Software Using Multiple Correspondence Analysis -- Real Time Graphical Techniques for Analyzing Multivariate Data -- About Fuzzy
Discrimination -- A Fortran Preprocessor for Statistical Data Analysis -- An Analysis of Continuous Proportions -- A Sampling Procedure for Historical Data -- Use of Systemic Networks for Text Analysis -- SPASP — A Statistical Program
for the Analysis of Stochastic Processes -- TOOLPACK: Improving the Programming Environment for Statistical Software -- A Programming Technique for Software in Statistical Analysis -- A Comparison of Types of Database System Used in
Statistical Work -- The Frontiers of Statistical Analysis -- Implementation of a Statistical Database System: HSDB -- A Synthetic Approach to Multivariate Normal Clustering -- Variable Selection in Generalized Linear Models --
Approximation of Surfaces in (p+1)-Dimensional Spaces -- Standardized Comparison of Nonlinear Model Fitting Algorithms -- Numerical Approach to the Optimal Design Problem for Regression Models with Correlated Errors -- An Experimental
Design and Analysis Package for Microcomputers -- Propositions for Fuzzy Characteristic Functions in Data Analysis -- Integrated System for Modelling Multivariate Time Series -- Software for Time Series Analysis -- Choice of Methods
and Algorithms for Statistical Treatment of Large Arrays of Data -- New Computing Tools and New Statistical Packages -- Statistical Computing Based on Text Editing -- Cluster Analysis Based on the Maximization of the RV Coefficient --
Statistical Approach to System Parameter Synthesis -- Statistical Match of Samples Using Additional Information -- An Exploratory Program Package for Non-Linear Data-Smoothers -- Applying Parallel Processing to Data Analysis: Computing
a Distance’s Matrix on a SIMD Machine -- The Balance between Teaching Computing and Statistics -- Canonical Analysis with B-splines -- Detecting Outliers in Simultaneous Linear Models -- Least Squares Optimisation of General
Log-likelihood Functions and Estimation of Separable Linear Parameters -- Computational Procedures for Bounded-Influence Regression -- MUDFOLD: Multiple Stochastic Unidimensional Unfolding -- The Estimation of Missing Values in Highly
Correlated Data -- Relational Design of Statistical Databases -- A Forward Multivariate Regression Procedure Based on the Maximization of the RV Coefficient -- Evaluation of Statistical Software Based on Empirical User Research --
Sound and Exploratory Data Analysis -- Monotone Splines: A Family of Transformations Useful for Data Analysis -- Results of the Application of Multimodal Optimization Algorithms Based on Statistical Models -- Address list of authors
ISBN:9783642514616
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Keywords: Mathematics , Probabilities , Statistics , Mathematics , Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes , Statistics and Computing/Statistics Programs
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Call number:QA76.9.MO3S65::2013 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Microsoft Office 365 administration inside out
Author(s): Julian Soh
Anthony Puca
Marshall Copeland
Date:2013
Publisher:Sebastopol, CA: O'Reilly Media, Inc.
Size:842 p.
Contents:Introducing Office 365. The business case for the cloud -- Planning and preparing to deploy Office 365 -- Office 365 foundations: identity managment. Active Directory Federation Services -- Directory synchronization -- Office 365 foundations: monitori ng and automation. Monitoring Office 365 with System Center -- Customizing Operations Manager reports and dashboards for Office 365 -- Automating Office 365 management using Orchestrator -- Office 365 and Service Manager automation -- Windows PowerShell for Office 365 -- Integrating and using Office 365 services. Introducing exchange online -- Planning and deploying hybrid exchange -- Mailbox migration and administrating Exchange Online -- SharePoint online -- Lync online -- Office 365 Professional Plus -- Advanced topics: incorporating Office 365 with Windows Azure. Advanced concepts and scenarios for Office 365 -- Appendix. Windows PowerShell scripts for Office 365
ISBN:9780735678231
Keywords: Microsoft Office. , Integrated software Administration. , Windows PowerShell (Computer program language)
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Title:Office 2013 simplified
Author(s): Elaine J. Marmel
Date:2013
Publisher:Indianapolis: Wiley
Contents:Office features. Office basics, Working with files, Office graphics tools, Working with Office files online -- Word. Adding text, Formatting text, Adding extra touches, Reviewing documents -- Excel. Building spreadsheets, Worksheet basics, Working wit h formulas and functions, Working with charts -- PowerPoint. Creating a presentation, Populating presentation slides, Assembling and presenting a slide show -- Access. Database basics, Adding, finding, and querying data -- Outlook. Organizing with Outlook , E-mailing with Outlook -- Publisher. Publisher basics, Fine-tuning a publication -- OneNote. Taking notes with OneNote, Organizing and sharing notes.
ISBN:9781118517178
Keywords: Microsoft Office. , Integrated software. , Computers and IT
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