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Erscheinungsdatum: 30.05.2008, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Frontiers in Algorithmics, Titelzusatz: Second International Workshop, FAW 2008, Changsha, China, June 19-21, 2008, Proceedings, Redaktion: Preparata, Franco P. // Wu, Xiaodong // Yin, Jianping, Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer Berlin, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Algorithmus // Bildbearbeitung // Bildverarbeitung // Grafik // EDV // Bioinformatik // Informatik // Diskret // mathematisch // Mathematik // Informationstechnologie // IT // Technologie // Programmierung // Computer // PC-Hardware // COMPUTERS // Computer Graphics // Computer Science // MATHEMATICS // Discrete Mathematics // Diskrete Mathematik // Informationstechnik // allgemeine Themen // Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen // Grafikprogrammierung // Medizinische Informatik // DV-gestützte Biologie // Foto // und Bildbearbeitung // Computerhardware, Rubrik: Informatik, Seiten: 350, Reihe: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Nr. 5059), Gewicht: 556 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Advances in Electronic Testing: Challenges and Methodologies is a new type of edited volume in the Frontiers in Electronic Testing book series devoted to recent advances in electronic circuits testing. The book is a comprehensive elaboration on important topics which capture major research and development efforts today. The motivation and inspiration behind this book is to deliver a thorough text that focuses on the evolution of test technology, provides insight about the abiding importance of discussed topics, records today s state-of-the-art and industrial practices and trends, reveals the challenges for emerging testing methodologies, and envisages the future of this journey.The book consists of eleven edited chapters written by experts in Defect-Oriented Testing, Nanometer Technologies Failures and Testing, Silicon Debug, Delay Testing, High-Speed Test Interfaces, DFT-Oriented Low-Cost Testers, Embedded Cores and System-on-Chip Testing, Memory Testing, Mixed-Signal Testing, RF Testing and Loaded Board Testing. Contributing authors are affiliated with (in alphabetical order) Agilent, ARM, Balearic Islands Univ., IBM, Inovys, Intel, LogicVision, Magma, Mentor Graphics, New Mexico Univ., Sandia National Labs, Synopsys, Teradyne and Texas Instruments.Advances in Electronic Testing: Challenges and Methodologies is an advanced textbook and reference point for senior undergraduate and graduate students in MSc or PhD tracks, professors and research leaders in the electronic testing domain. It is also for industry design and test engineers and managers seeking a global view and understanding of test technology practices and methodologies and a dense elaboration on test-related issues they face in their development projects."There is a definite need for documenting the advances in testing I find the work of this edited volume by Dimitris Gizopoulos and his team of authors to be significant and timely. [ ]the book provides, besides novel test methodologies, a collective insight into the emerging aspects of testing. This, I think, is beneficial to practicing engineers and researchers both of whom must stay at the forefront of technology. [ ]This latest addition to the Frontiers Series is destined to serve an important role."From the Foreword by Vishwani D. Agrawal, Consulting EditorFrontiers in Electronic Testing Book Series
This book constitutes the proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Tools and Algorithms for the Construction and Analysis of Systems, TACAS 2013, held in Rome, Italy, in March 2013. The 42 papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 172 submissions. They are organized in topical sections named: Markov chains, termination, SAT/SMT, games and synthesis, process algebra, pushdown, runtime verification and model checking, concurrency, learning and abduction, timed automata, security and access control, frontiers (graphics and quantum), functional programs and types, tool demonstrations, explicit-state model checking, Büchi automata, and competition on software verification.
The field of computer graphics combines display hardware, software, and interactive techniques in order to display and interact with data generated by applications. Visualization is concerned with exploring data and information graphically in such a way as to gain information from the data and determine significance. Visual analytics is the science of analytical reasoning facilitated by interactive visual interfaces.Expanding the Frontiers of Visual Analytics and Visualization provides a review of the state of the art in computer graphics, visualization, and visual analytics by researchers and developers who are closely involved in pioneering the latest advances in the field. It is a unique presentation of multi-disciplinary aspects in visualization and visual analytics, architecture and displays, augmented reality, the use of color, user interfaces and cognitive aspects, and technology transfer. It provides readers with insights into the latest developments in areas such as new displays and new display processors, new collaboration technologies, the role of visual, multimedia, and multimodal user interfaces, visual analysis at extreme scale, and adaptive visualization.
This book is intended as both an introduction to the state-of-the-art in visual languages, as well as an exposition of the frontiers of research in advanced visual languages. It is for computer scientists, computer engi neers, information scientists, application programmers, and technical managers responsible for software development projects who are inter ested in the methodology and manifold applications of visual languages and visual programming. The contents of this book are drawn from invited papers, as well as selected papers from two workshops: the 1985 IEEE Workshop on Lan guages for Automation-Cognitive Aspects in Information Processing, which was held in Mallorca, Spain, June 28-30, 1985; and the 1984 IEEE Workshop on Visual Languages, which was held in Hiroshima, Japan, December 7-9, 1984. Panos Ligomenides and I organized the technical program of LFA '85, and Tadao Ichikawa and I organized the techni cal program of VL '84. Both workshops have now become successful annual events in their own right. The intersecting area of visual languages and visual programming especially has become a fascinating new research area. It is hoped that this book will focus the reader's attention on some of the interesting research issues as well as the potential for future applications. After reading this book, the reader will undoubtedly get an impression that visual languages and the concept of generalized icons can be studied fruitfully from many different perspectives, including computer graphics, formal language theory, educational methodology, cognitive psychology and visual design.
Computer graphics as a whole is an area making very fast progress and it is not easy for anyone, including experts, to keep abreast of the frontiers of its various basic and application fields. By issuing over 100 thousand calls for papers through various journals and magazines as weil as by inviting reputed specialists, and by selecting high quality papers which present the state of the art in computer graphics out of many papers thus received, this book 'Frontiers in Computer Graphics' has been compiled to present the substance of progress in this field. This volume serves also as the final version of the Proceedings of Computer Graphics Tokyo '84, Tokyo, Japan, April 24-27, 1984 which, as a whole, attracted 16 thousand participants from all over the world; about two thousand to the conference and the remaining 14 thousand to the exhibition. This book covers the following eight major frontiers of computer graphics in 29 papers: 1. geometry modelling, 2. graphie languages, 3. visualization techniques, 4. human factors, 5. interactive graphics design, 6. CAD/CAM, 7. graphie displays and peripherals, and 8. graphics standardization. Geometry modelling is most essential in displaying any objects in computer graphics. It determines the basic capabilities of computer graphics systems such as whether the surface and the inside of the object can be displayed and also how efficiently graphical processing can be done in terms of processing time and memory space.
Discover a unique and modern treatment of topology employing a cross-disciplinary approach Implemented recently to understand diverse topics, such as cell biology, superconductors, and robot motion, topology has been transformed from a theoretical field that highlights mathematical theory to a subject that plays a growing role in nearly all fields of scientific investigation. Moving from the concrete to the abstract, Topology and Its Applications displays both the beauty and utility of topology, first presenting the essentials of topology followed by its emerging role within the new frontiers in research. Filling a gap between the teaching of topology and its modern uses in real-world phenomena, Topology and Its Applications is organized around the mathematical theory of topology, a framework of rigorous theorems, and clear, elegant proofs. This book is the first of its kind to present applications in computer graphics, economics, dynamical systems, condensed matter physics, biology, robotics, chemistry, cosmology, material science, computational topology, and population modeling, as well as other areas of science and engineering. Many of these applications are presented in optional sections, allowing an instructor to customize the presentation. The author presents a diversity of topological areas, including point-set topology, geometric topology, differential topology, and algebraic/combinatorial topology. Topics within these areas include: * Open sets * Compactness * Homotopy * Surface classification * Index theory on surfaces * Manifolds and complexes * Topological groups * The fundamental group and homology Special 'core intuition' segments throughout the book briefly explain the basic intuition essential to understanding several topics. A generous number of figures and examples, many of which come from applications such as liquid crystals, space probe data, and computer graphics, are all available from the publisher's Web site.