Compression for Multimedia
Providing a thorough theoretical understanding of lossy compression techniques for image, video, speech, and audio compression, this book also covers the key features of each system, as well as practical applications, implementation issues, and design trade-offs. It presents comparisons of multimedia standards in terms of achieving known...
Galaxy Formation and Evolution
The rapidly expanding field of galaxy formation lies at the interface between astronomy, particle physics, and cosmology. Covering diverse topics from these disciplines, all of which are needed to understand how galaxies form and evolve, this book is ideal for researchers entering the field. Individual chapters explore the evolution of the...
Lectures in Game Theory for Computer Scientists
Game playing is a powerful metaphor that fits many situations where interaction
between autonomous agents plays a central role. Numerous tasks
in computer science, such as design, synthesis, verification, testing, query
evaluation, planning, etc. can be formulated in game-theoretic terms. Viewing
them abstractly as games reveals the...
Computational Complexity: A Conceptual Perspective This book offers a comprehensive perspective to modern topics in complexity theory, which is a central field of the theoretical foundations of computer science. It addresses the looming question of what can be achieved within a limited amount of time with or without other limited natural computational resources. Can be used as an introduction for... Model-Based Software Testing and Analysis with C# This book teaches new methods for specifying, analyzing, and testing software; essentials for creating high-quality software. These methods increase the automation in each of these steps, making them more timely, more thorough, and more effective. The authors work through several realistic case studies in-depth and detail, using a toolkit built on... Problems and Solutions in Quantum Mechanics This collection of quantum mechanics problems has grown out of many years of teaching the subject to undergraduate and graduate students. It is addressed to both student and teacher and is intended to be used as an auxiliary tool in class or in selfstudy. The emphasis is on stressing the principles, physical concepts and methods rather than...
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