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Learning Programming using MATLAB (Synthesis Lectures on Electrical Engineering)
Learning Programming using MATLAB (Synthesis Lectures on Electrical Engineering)
Why learn programming? There are several answers to that. Computers are ubiquitous—your car, your mp3 player, the orbiting satellites which provide us with the ability to communicate and the automatic coffee maker all use a computer of some sort. Andcomputers require programming to function. Knowing how to program provides us with a bit of...
Chip Multiprocessor Architecture: Techniques to Improve Throughput and Latency
Chip Multiprocessor Architecture: Techniques to Improve Throughput and Latency
Chip multiprocessors — also called multi-core microprocessors or CMPs for short — are now the only way to build high-performance microprocessors, for a variety of reasons. Large uniprocessors are no longer scaling in performance, because it is only possible to extract a limited amount of parallelism from a typical instruction stream...
Microcontrollers Fundamentals for Engineers And Scientists (Synthesis Lectures on Digital Circuits and Systems)
Microcontrollers Fundamentals for Engineers And Scientists (Synthesis Lectures on Digital Circuits and Systems)
The purpose of this text, “Microcontrollers Fundamentals for Engineers and Scientists,” is to provide practicing scientists and engineers a tutorial on the fundamental concepts and use of microcontrollers. Today, microcontrollers, or single integrated circuit (chip) computers, play critical roles in almost all instrumentation and...
Biomedical Image Analysis: Segmentation (Synthesis Lectures on Image, Video, & Multimedia Processing)
Biomedical Image Analysis: Segmentation (Synthesis Lectures on Image, Video, & Multimedia Processing)
The sequel to the popular lecture book entitled Biomedical Image Analysis: Tracking, this book on Biomedical Image Analysis: Segmentation tackles the challenging task of segmenting biological and medical images. The problem of partitioning multidimensional biomedical data into meaningful regions is perhaps the main roadblock in the automation of...
Probabilistic Databases (Synthesis Lectures on Data Management)
Probabilistic Databases (Synthesis Lectures on Data Management)
Probabilistic databases are databases where the value of some attributes or the presence of some records are uncertain and known only with some probability. Applications in many areas such as information extraction, RFID and scientific data management, data cleaning, data integration, and financial risk assessment produce large volumes of...
Introduction to Reconfigurable Supercomputing (Synthesis Lectures on Computer Architecture)
Introduction to Reconfigurable Supercomputing (Synthesis Lectures on Computer Architecture)

This book covers technologies, applications, tools, languages, procedures, advantages, and disadvantages of reconfigurable supercomputing using Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). The target audience is the community of users of High Performance Computers (HPC) who may benefit from porting their applications into a reconfigurable...

Narrowband Direction of Arrival Estimation for Antenna Arrays (Synthesis Lectures on Antennas)
Narrowband Direction of Arrival Estimation for Antenna Arrays (Synthesis Lectures on Antennas)
This book provides an introduction to narrowband array signal processing, classical and subspace-based direction of arrival (DOA) estimation with an extensive discussion on adaptive direction of arrival algorithms. The book begins with a presentation of the basic theory, equations, and data models of narrowband arrays. It then discusses basic...
RFID Explained (Synthesis Lectures on Mobile and Pervasive Computing)
RFID Explained (Synthesis Lectures on Mobile and Pervasive Computing)
This lecture provides an introduction to Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), a technology enabling automatic identification of objects at a distance without requiring line-of-sight. Electronic tagging can be divided into technologies that have a power source (active tags), and those that are powered by the tag interrogation signal (passive...
Application Design for Wearable Computing (Synthesis Lectures on Mobile and Pervasive Computing)
Application Design for Wearable Computing (Synthesis Lectures on Mobile and Pervasive Computing)
Mobile access is the gating technology required to make information available at any place and at any time. Its application domains range from inspection, maintenance, manufacturing, and navigation to on-the-move collaboration, position sensing, and real-time speech recognition and language translation. In the course of developing wearable systems...
The Structure and Properties of Color Spaces and the Representation of Color Images
The Structure and Properties of Color Spaces and the Representation of Color Images
This lecture describes the author's approach to the representation of color spaces and their use for color image processing. The lecture starts with a precise formulation of the space of physical stimuli (light). The model includes both continuous spectra and monochromatic spectra in the form of Dirac deltas. The spectral densities are considered...
GPU-Based Techniques for Global Illumination Effects (Synthesis Lectures on Computer Graphics)
GPU-Based Techniques for Global Illumination Effects (Synthesis Lectures on Computer Graphics)
Real-time rendering poses severe computational requirements to computers. In order to maintain a continuous looking motion for the human eye, at least 20 images need to be generated in each second. An image consists of about a million pixels, which means that for a single pixel the visible point and its color should be computed in less than 50 ns...
Computer Architecture Techniques for Power-Efficiency (Synthesis Lectures on Computer Architecture)
Computer Architecture Techniques for Power-Efficiency (Synthesis Lectures on Computer Architecture)
In the last few years, power dissipation has become an important design constraint, on par with performance, in the design of new computer systems. Whereas in the past, the primary job of the computer architect was to translate improvements in operating frequency and transistor count into performance, now power efficiency must be taken into account...
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