Systems Bioinformatics: An Engineering Case-Based Approach The high-throughput nature of bioinformatics and system biology has made traditional biological methods, which tend to focus one or two molecules at a time, obsolete. It has made engineering and problem solving skills essential to attack the resulting complex, multiscale problems. Certain technologies, such as robotics automation, microfabrication,... 802.11 WLANs and IP Networking: Security, QoS, and Mobility Even after all the earthly riches are enjoyed there still remains in the heart a
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The Satellite Communication Applications Handbook (Space Applications Series) Throughout the 1990s, the satellite communication industry experienced tremendous
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Understanding GPS: Principles and Applications, Second Edition "Every GPS engineer should have this book. An engineer can find in one place a thorough treatment of the entire GPS system. Will prove of great benefit to those first approaching a GPS engineering task, but the experienced engineer will also find it a valuable reference. The most complete description of the signal acquisition and tracking...
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