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Yes No Maybe Computes

Author : Edward Seymour
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The Pattern On The Stone

Author : W. Daniel Hillis
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Most people are baffled by how computers work and assume that they will never understand them. What they don't realize -- and what Daniel Hillis's short book brilliantly demonstrates -- is that computers' seemingly complex operations can be broken down into a few simple parts that perform the same simple procedures over and over again. Computer wizard Hillis offers an easy-to-follow explanation of how data is processed that makes the operations of a computer seem as straightforward as those of a bicycle. Avoiding technobabble or discussions of advanced hardware, the lucid explanations and colorful anecdotes in The Pattern on the Stone go straight to the heart of what computers really do. Hillis proceeds from an outline of basic logic to clear descriptions of programming languages, algorithms, and memory. He then takes readers in simple steps up to the most exciting developments in computing today -- quantum computing, parallel computing, neural networks, and self-organizing systems. Written clearly and succinctly by one of the world's leading computer scientists, The Pattern on the Stone is an indispensable guide to understanding the workings of that most ubiquitous and important of machines: the computer.

Automated Technology for Verification and Analysis

Author : Sungdeok Cha
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Automated Technology for Verification and Analysis, ATVA 2008, held in Seoul, Korea, in October 2008. The 21 revised full papers 5 short papers and 7 tool papers presented together with 3 invited talks were carefully reviewed and selected from 82 submissions. The focos lies on theoretical methods to achieve correct software or hardware systems, including both functional and non functional aspects; as well as on applications of theory in engineering methods and particular domains and handling of practical problems occurring in tools. The papers are organized in topical sections on model checking, software verification, decision procedures, linear-time analysis, tool demonstration papers, timed and stochastic systems, theory, and short papers.

Bulldog

Author : John Rolfe Ellis
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This thesis explores the problem of exploiting the parallelism available in emerging multiprocessor architectures. Ellis contends that high-quality compilers can be written for VLIW (Very Long Instruction Word) computers. These machines drive multiple parallel RISCs (Reduced Instruction Set Computers) with a single instruction stream. Each instruction is long enough to command all of the RISCs at once. Exploiting the parallelism in VLIW machines can be difficult, so Ellis developed a compiler--Bulldog--that incorporates a number of optimizations. It uses trace scheduling to find more parallelism, memory reference and memory bank disambiguation to increase memory bandwidth, and a new code-generation algorithms.

Advances in Computational Intelligence Part I

Author : Salvatore Greco
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These four volumes (CCIS 297, 298, 299, 300) constitute the proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Information Processing and Management of Uncertainty in Knowledge-Based Systems, IPMU 2012, held in Catania, Italy, in July 2012. The 258 revised full papers presented together with six invited talks were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on fuzzy machine learning and on-line modeling; computing with words and decision making; soft computing in computer vision; rough sets and complex data analysis: theory and applications; intelligent databases and information system; information fusion systems; philosophical and methodological aspects of soft computing; basic issues in rough sets; 40th anniversary of the measures of fuziness; SPS11 uncertainty in profiling systems and applications; handling uncertainty with copulas; formal methods to deal with uncertainty of many-valued events; linguistic summarization and description of data; fuzzy implications: theory and applications; sensing and data mining for teaching and learning; theory and applications of intuitionistic fuzzy sets; approximate aspects of data mining and database analytics; fuzzy numbers and their applications; information processing and management of uncertainty in knowledge-based systems; aggregation functions; imprecise probabilities; probabilistic graphical models with imprecision: theory and applications; belief function theory: basics and/or applications; fuzzy uncertainty in economics and business; new trends in De Finetti's approach; fuzzy measures and integrals; multicriteria decision making; uncertainty in privacy and security; uncertainty in the spirit of Pietro Benvenuti; coopetition; game theory; probabilistic approach.

Algorithms and Computation

Author : Toshihide Ibaraki
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Algorithms and Computation, ISAAC 2003, held in Kyoto, Japan, in December 2003. The 73 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 207 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on computational geometry, graph and combinatorial algorithms, computational complexity, quantum computing, combinatorial optimization, scheduling, computational biology, distributed and parallel algorithms, data structures, combinatorial and network optimization, computational complexity and cryptography, game theory and randomized algorithms, and algebraic and arithmetic computation.

Smart Computing and Informatics

Author : Suresh Chandra Satapathy
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This volume contains 68 papers presented at SCI 2016: First International Conference on Smart Computing and Informatics. The conference was held during 3-4 March 2017, Visakhapatnam, India and organized communally by ANITS, Visakhapatnam and supported technically by CSI Division V – Education and Research and PRF, Vizag. This volume contains papers mainly focused on smart computing for cloud storage, data mining and software analysis, and image processing.

An Introduction to Statistical Concepts

Author : Richard G Lomax
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The new edition of An Introduction to Statistical Concepts is designed to help students really understand statistical concepts, the situations in which they can be used, and how to apply them to data. Hahs-Vaughn and Lomax discuss the most popular, along with many of the lesser-known, procedures and models, whilst also exploring nonparametric procedures used when standard assumptions are violated. They provide in-depth coverage of testing assumptions and highlight several online tools for computing statistics (e.g., effect sizes and their confidence intervals and power). This comprehensive, flexible, and accessible text includes a new chapter on mediation and moderation; expanded coverage of effect sizes; and discussions of sensitivity, specificity, false positive, and false negative, along with using the receiver operator characteristic (ROC) curve. This book, noted for its crystal-clear explanations, and its inclusion of only the most crucial equations, is an invaluable resource for students undertaking a course in statistics in any number of social science and behavioral disciplines—from education, business, communication, exercise science, psychology, sociology and more.

Statistical Concepts A First Course

Author : Debbie L. Hahs-Vaughn
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Statistical Concepts—A First Course presents the first 10 chapters from An Introduction to Statistical Concepts, Fourth Edition. Designed for first and lower-level statistics courses, this book communicates a conceptual, intuitive understanding of statistics that does not assume extensive or recent training in mathematics and only requires a rudimentary knowledge of algebra. Covering the most basic statistical concepts, this book is designed to help readers really understand statistical concepts, in what situations they can be applied, and how to apply them to data. Specifically, the text covers basic descriptive statistics, including ways of representing data graphically, statistical measures that describe a set of data, the normal distribution and other types of standard scores, and an introduction to probability and sampling. The remainder of the text covers various inferential tests, including those involving tests of means (e.g., t tests), proportions, variances, and correlations. Providing accessible and comprehensive coverage of topics suitable for an undergraduate or graduate course in statistics, this book is an invaluable resource for students undertaking an introductory course in statistics in any number of social science and behavioral science disciplines.

Rewriting Techniques and Applications

Author : Ralf Treinen
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Rewriting Techniques and Applications, RTA 2009, held in Brasília, Brazil, during June 29 - July 1, 2009. The 22 revised full papers and four system descriptions presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 59 initial submissions. The papers cover current research on all aspects of rewriting including typical areas of interest such as applications, foundational issues, frameworks, implementations, and semantics.

Proceedings of the Annual Conference

Author : Life Office Management Association
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Biology Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR

Author : Akademii︠a︡ nauk SSSR.
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Automated Reasoning

Author : Didier Galmiche
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th International Joint Conference on Automated Reasoning, IJCAR 2018, held in Oxford, United Kingdom, in July 2018, as part of the Federated Logic Conference, FLoC 2018. In 2018, IJCAR unites CADE, TABLEAUX, and FroCoS, the International Symposium on Frontiers of Combining Systems, and, for the fourth time, is part of the Federated Logic Conference. The 38 revised full research papers and 8 system descriptions presented together with two invited talks were carefully reviewed and selected from 108 submissions. The papers focus on topics such as logics, deductive systems, proof-search methods, theorem proving, model checking, verification, formal methods, and program analysis.

NUMERICAL SYMBOLIC AND STATISTICAL COMPUTING FOR CHEMICAL ENGINEERS USING MATLAB

Author : Ghosh, Pallab
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Numerical, analytical and statistical computations are routine affairs for chemical engineers. They usually prefer a single software to solve their computational problems, and at present, MATLAB has emerged as a powerful computational language, which is preferably used for this purpose, due to its built-in functions and toolboxes. Considering the needs and convenience of the students, the author has made an attempt to write this book, which explains the various concepts of MATLAB in a systematic way and makes its readers proficient in using MATLAB for computing. It mainly focuses on the applications of MATLAB, rather than its use in programming basic numerical algorithms. Commencing with the introduction to MATLAB, the text covers vector and matrix computations, solution of linear and non-linear equations, differentiation and integration, and solution of ordinary and partial differential equations. Next, analytical computations using the Symbolic Math Toolbox and statistical computations using the Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox are explained. Finally, the book describes various curve fitting techniques using the Curve Fitting Toolbox. Inclusion of all these advanced-level topics in the book stands it out from the rest. KEY FEATURES  Numerous worked-out examples to enable the readers understand the steps involved in solving the chemical engineering problems  MATLAB codes to explain the computational techniques  Several snapshots to help the readers understand the step-by-step procedures of using the toolboxes  Chapter-end exercises, including short-answer questions and numerical problems  Appendix comprising the definitions of some important and special matrices  Supplemented with Solutions Manual containing complete detailed solutions to the unsolved analytical problems  Accessibility of selected colour figures (including screenshots and results/outputs of the programs) cited in the text at www.phindia.com/Pallab_Ghosh. TARGET AUDIENCE • BE/B.Tech (Chemical Engineering) • ME/M.Tech (Chemical Engineering)

Assembl e Pl ni re

Author : International Radio Consultative Committee
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Recommendations and Reports of the CCIR 1978 Spectrum utilization and monitoring

Author : International Radio Consultative Committee
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Highlights of Practical Applications of Agents Multi Agent Systems and Sustainability The PAAMS Collection

Author : Javier Bajo
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the workshops which complemented the 13th International Conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, PAAMS 2015, held in Salamanca, Spain, in June 2015. The 36 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 91 submissions. This volume presents the papers that have been accepted for the following workshops: Workshop on Agents and multi-agent Systems for AAL and e-HEALTH, Workshop on Agent-Based Solutions for Manufacturing and Supply Chain, Workshop on MAS for Complex Networks and Social Computation, Workshop on Intelligent Systems for Context-based Information Fusion, Workshop on Multi-agent based Applications for Smart Grids and Sustainable Energy Systems, Workshop on Multiagent System based Learning Environments, Workshop in Intelligent Human-Agent Societies.

Current Trends in Theoretical Computer Science

Author : Gheorghe P?un
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The scientific developments at the end of the past millennium were dominated by the huge increase and diversity of disciplines with the common label OC computer scienceOCO. The theoretical foundations of such disciplines have become known as theoretical computer science . This book highlights some key issues of theoretical computer science as they seem to us now, at the beginning of the new millennium. The text is based on columns and tutorials published in the Bulletin of the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science in the period 1995OCo2000. The columnists themselves selected the material they wanted for the book, and the editors had a chance to update their work. Indeed, much of the material presented here appears in a form quite different from the original. Since the presentation of most of the articles is reader-friendly and does not presuppose much knowledge of the area, the book constitutes suitable supplementary reading material for various courses in computer science. Contents: Computational Complexity (E Allender et al.); Formal Specification (H Ehrig et al.); Login in Computer Science (Y Gurevich et al.); Concurrency (M Nielsen et al.); Natural Computing (G Rozenberg et al.); Formal Language Theory (A Salomaa et al.). Readership: Researchers, graduate students and senior undergraduates in computer science."

The Spontaneous Healing of Belief

Author : Gregg Braden
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What would it mean to discover that everything from the DNA of life, to the future of our world, is based upon a simple Reality Code—one that we can change and upgrade by choice? New revelations in physics and biology suggest that we’re about to find out! A growing body of scientific evidence suggests that our universe works like a Consciousness Computer. Rather than the number codes of typical software, our Consciousness Computer uses a language that we all have, yet are only beginning to understand. Life’s reality code is based in the language of human emotion and focused belief. Knowing that belief is our reality-maker, the way we think of ourselves and our world is now more important than ever! For us to change the beliefs that have led to war, disease, and the failed careers and relationships of our past we need a reason to see things differently. Our ancestors used miracles to change what they believed. Today we use science. The Spontaneous Healing of Belief offers us both: the miracles that open the door to a powerful new way of seeing the world, and the science that tells us why the miracles are possible, revealing: why we are not limited by the "laws" of physics and biology as we know them today. Once we become aware of the paradigm-shattering discoveries and true-life miracles, we must think of ourselves differently. And that difference is where the spontaneous healing of belief begins.

Constructing Intelligent Agents Using Java

Author : Joseph P. Bigus
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A state-of-the-art guide on how to build intelligent Web-based applications using Java Joseph and Jennifer Bigus update and significantly expand their book on building intelligent Web-based applications using Java. Geared to network programmers or Web developers who have previously programmed agents in Smalltalk or C++, this practical book explains in detail how to construct agents capable of learning and competing, including both design principles and actual code for personal agents, network or Web agents, multi-agent systems and commercial agents. New and revised coverage includes agent tools, agent uses for Web applications (including personalization, cross-selling, and e-commerce), and additional AI technologies such as fuzzy logic and genetic algorithms.