Law in a Digital World In Life on the Mississippi, Mark Twain described his lifelong fascination with the Mississippi River and with the influence that the river had on the people and towns in the surrounding area. Through a series of stories and anecdotes about river life, Twain portrays the river not simply as a moving body of water, as a geographical entity, but as a... Remote Sensing: The Image Chain Approach Remote Sensing deals with the fundamental ideas underlying the rapidly growing field of remote sensing. John Schott explores energy-matter interaction, radiation propagation, data dissemination, and described the tools and procedures required to extract information from remotely sensed data using the image chain approach. Organizations and... Algebraic Models in Geometry (Oxford Graduate Texts in Mathematics) Rational homotopy is a very powerful tool for differential topology and geometry. This text aims to provide graduates and researchers with the tools necessary for the use of rational homotopy in geometry. Algebraic Models in Geometry has been written for topologists who are drawn to geometrical problems amenable to topological methods and also...
Cellular Computing (Genomics and Bioinformatics) The field of cellular computing is a novel and exciting development at the intersection of biology, computer science, mathematics, and engineering. Practitioners in this emerging discipline are concerned with the analysis, modeling, and engineering of inter- and intra-cellular processes for the purposes of computation. Developments in the field... Machine Intelligence 14: Applied Machine Intelligence This 14th volume of the classic series on machine intelligence contains papers on complex decision taking, inductive logic programming, applied machine learning, dynamic control, and computational learning theory.
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K. Furukawa is at Keio University, Tokyo. D. Michie is at...
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