




Mathematical Programming: Theory and Methods
This book is a result of my teaching mathematical programming to graduate
students of the University of Delhi for over thirty years. In preparing this book,
a special care has been made to see that it is selfcontained and that it is suitable
both as a text and as a reference.
The book is divided in three parts....   Cell Biology
The muchanticipated 3rd edition of Cell Biology delivers comprehensive, clearly written, and richly illustrated content to today’s students, all in a userfriendly format. Relevant to both research and clinical practice, this rich resource covers key principles of cellular function and uses them to explain...   Problem Solving: Methods, Programming and Future ConceptsProblem solving is the very area of artificial intelligence (AI) which, probably, will never result in a complete set of formalized theories, in a kind of pragmatic philosophy, or in a "universal" applied discipline. Studying the questions concerning this area encompasses different concepts, models and theories.
In this... 

Fuzzy Logic and the Semantic Web (Capturing Intelligence)It is with great delight that I write the preface for this, the very first volume in Elsevier's new book series "Capturing Intelligence".
This series aims at publishing books on research from all disciplines dealing with and affecting the issue of understanding and reproducing intelligent artificial systems. The series will...   Coherent Systems, Volume 2 (Studies in Logic and Practical Reasoning)One aspect of common sense reasoning is reasoning about normal cases, e.g. a physician will first try to interpret symptoms by a common disease, and will take more exotic possibilities only later into account. Such "normality" can be encoded, e.g. by a relation, where case A is considered more normal than case B. This gives a...   

Handbook of Constraint Programming (Foundations of Artificial Intelligence)This encyclopedic work covers twentyplus years of research in constraint programming in a readable, accessible and appealing way. For someone outside the field wondering what Constraint Programming is all about, this is the perfect introduction, and the book will remain useful as a reference for years. Michael Trick, Professor of Operations...     Trends in Optical NonDestructive Testing and InspectionThis book covers a wide range of measurement techniques broadly referred to as Optical Metrology, with emphasis on their applications to nondestructive testing. If we look separately at each of the two terms making the generic name Optical Metrology, we find a link to two of the most distinctive aspects of humans: a particularly well developed... 


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