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Arctic Offshore Engineering
Arctic Offshore Engineering

There is an increasing need to construct engineering structures in the Arctic seas. The requirement is principally generated by the oil and gas industry, because of the substantial reserves that are known to exist offshore in the Beaufort Sea, the Caspian Sea, the Barents Sea, the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Sakhalin, the Canadian Arctic,...

The Mathematical Foundation of Informatics
The Mathematical Foundation of Informatics
The first international conference organized in Vietnam, which concerns theoretical computer science, was the ICOMIDC Symposium on Mathematics of Computation, held in Ho Chi Minh City in 1988. For the last years great developments have been made in this areas. Therefore, it had become necessary to organize in Vietnam another international...
The Language of Game Theory : Putting Epistemics into the Mathematics of Games
The Language of Game Theory : Putting Epistemics into the Mathematics of Games

This volume contains eight papers written by Adam Brandenburger and his co-authors over a period of 25 years. These papers are part of a program to reconstruct game theory in order to make how players reason about a game a central feature of the theory. The program now called epistemic game theory extends the classical definition of a game...

Genetic Fuzzy Systems
Genetic Fuzzy Systems

In recent years, a great number of publications have explored the use of genetic algorithms as a tool for designing fuzzy systems. Genetic Fuzzy Systems explores and discusses this symbiosis of evolutionary computation and fuzzy logic. The book summarizes and analyzes the novel field of genetic fuzzy systems, paying special attention to...

The Practical Bioinformatician
The Practical Bioinformatician
Computer scientists have increasingly been enlisted as "bioinformaticians" to assist molecular biologists in their research. This book is a practical introduction to bioinformatics for these computer scientists. The chapters are in-depth discussions by expert bioinformaticians on both general techniques and specific approaches to a range...
Computational Intelligence In Software Quality Assurance (Series in Machine Perception & Artifical Intelligence)
Computational Intelligence In Software Quality Assurance (Series in Machine Perception & Artifical Intelligence)
Software systems are at once the most complex and the least reliable technological systems human beings construct. A large software system can have over lo2' states, and the reliability of software is infamously poor. Software engineers must usually make assertions about the reliability of software systems after having observed only an...
Fighting Terror in Cyberspace (Series in Machine Perception & Artifical Intelligence)
Fighting Terror in Cyberspace (Series in Machine Perception & Artifical Intelligence)
The Internet, or the ARPANET in its original name, was a remarkable idea. The Net was designed in the late 60's by US ARPA (Advanced Research Projects Agency) to connect distant computers to each other. This was a critical need at a time when each computer was a precious resource of computing power, which, if connected, could be shared among...
Fundamentals of Robotics: Linking Perception to Action (Machine Perception and Artificial Intelligence, 54)
Fundamentals of Robotics: Linking Perception to Action (Machine Perception and Artificial Intelligence, 54)
Tomorrow's robots, which includes the humanoid robot, can perform task like tutoring children, working as tour guides, driving humans to and from work, do the family shopping etc. Tomorrow's robots will enhance lives in ways we never dreamed possible. No time to attend the decisive meeting on Asian strategy? Let your robot go for you and make the...
A FAREWELL TO ENTROPY: Statistical Thermodynamics Based on Information
A FAREWELL TO ENTROPY: Statistical Thermodynamics Based on Information
The principal message of this book is that thermodynamics and statistical mechanics will benefit from replacing the unfortunate, misleading and mysterious term entropy with a more familiar, meaningful and appropriate term such as information, missing information or uncertainty. This replacement would facilitate the interpretation of the driving...
Algorithms: Design Techniques and Analysis (Lecture Notes Series on Computing, Vol 7)
Algorithms: Design Techniques and Analysis (Lecture Notes Series on Computing, Vol 7)
The most general intuitive idea of an algorithm * is a procedure that consists of a finite set of instructions which, given an input from some set of possible inputs, enables us to obtain an output if such an output exists or else obtain nothing at all if there is no output for that particular input through a systematic execution of the...
The Iterated Prisoners' Dilemma: 20 Years on (Advances in Natural Computation)
The Iterated Prisoners' Dilemma: 20 Years on (Advances in Natural Computation)
In 1984, Robert Axelrod reported the results of two iterated prisoner's dilemma (IPD) competitions [Axelrod (1984)]. The booked was to be a catalyst for much of the research in this area since that time. It is unlikely that you would write a scientific paper about IPD, without citing Axelrod's 1984 book. The book is even more remarkable in that it...
Information Processing and Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks
Information Processing and Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks
Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have become an important technology in the realization of many applications, including both simple event/phenomena monitoring applications and heavy-duty data streaming applications. While many systems are being developed, we focus on two fundamental operations: information processing and information routing. In the...
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