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Particles in the Early Universe: High-Energy Limit of the Standard Model from the Contraction of Its Gauge Group
Particles in the Early Universe: High-Energy Limit of the Standard Model from the Contraction of Its Gauge Group
The aim of this book is to develop a contraction method for classical orthogonal and unitary groups (algebras), and apply it to the investigation of physical structures, offering a new and unique interpretation to the high-energy limit of the Standard Model. Readers will find a comprehensive and rigorous study, summarized as follows: The...
Quantum Bio-informatics IV: From Quantum Information to Bio-informatics (Qp-Pq: Quantum Probability and White Noise Analysis)
Quantum Bio-informatics IV: From Quantum Information to Bio-informatics (Qp-Pq: Quantum Probability and White Noise Analysis)

The purpose of this proceedings volume is to return to the starting point of bio-informatics and quantum information, fields that are growing rapidly at present, and to seriously attempt mutual interaction between the two, with a view to enumerating and solving the many fundamental problems they entail. For such a purpose, we look for...

Applications of Generalized Nets
Applications of Generalized Nets
This book contains papers on almost all models of processes developed up to now, which are described on the basis of Generalized Hets (GHs). These extensions of Petri nets were described in my book "Generalized Hets" (World Scientific Pub], Co., Singapore, 1991). The results used from the bock "Generalized...
Fuzzy Sets in Management, Economy & Marketing
Fuzzy Sets in Management, Economy & Marketing

The rapid changes that have taken place globally on the economic, social and business fronts characterized the 20th century. The magnitude of these changes has formed an extremely complex and unpredictable decision-making framework, which is difficult to model through traditional approaches. The main purpose of this book is to present the...

Fractional Dynamics: Recent Advances
Fractional Dynamics: Recent Advances

This volume provides the latest developments in the field of fractional dynamics, which covers fractional (anomalous) transport phenomena, fractional statistical mechanics, fractional quantum mechanics and fractional quantum field theory. The contributors are selected based on their active and important contributions to their respective...

Advanced Artificial Intelligence (Series on Intelligence Science)
Advanced Artificial Intelligence (Series on Intelligence Science)

Artificial Intelligence's long-term goal is to build the human level of artificial intelligence. AI was born 50 years ago, in the bumpy road has made encouraging progress, in particular, machine learning, data mining, computer vision, expert systems, natural language processing, planning, robotics and related applications have...

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...
Data Mining In Time Series Databases (Series in Machine Perception and Artificial Intelligence)
Data Mining In Time Series Databases (Series in Machine Perception and Artificial Intelligence)
Traditional data mining methods are designed to deal with “static” databases, i.e. databases where the ordering of records (or other database objects) has nothing to do with the patterns of interest. Though the assumption of order irrelevance may be sufficiently accurate in some applications, there are certainly many other cases, where...
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...
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...
Intelligent Virtual World: Technologies and Applications in Distributed Virtual Environment
Intelligent Virtual World: Technologies and Applications in Distributed Virtual Environment
In the last few years we have observed an explosive growth of multimedia computing, communication and applications. Thls revolution is transforming the way people live, work, and interact with each other, and is impacting the way business, government services, education, entertainment, and health care are operating. Yet, several issues related to...
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...
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