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Chaos and Fractals: An Elementary Introduction
Chaos and Fractals: An Elementary Introduction

This book provides the reader with an elementary introduction to chaos and fractals, suitable for students with a background in elementary algebra, without assuming prior coursework in calculus or physics. It introduces the key phenomena of chaos - aperiodicity, sensitive dependence on initial conditions, bifurcations - via simple iterated...

Reaction-Diffusion Automata: Phenomenology, Localisations, Computation (Emergence, Complexity and Computation)
Reaction-Diffusion Automata: Phenomenology, Localisations, Computation (Emergence, Complexity and Computation)

Reaction-diffusion and excitable media are amongst most intriguing substrates. Despite apparent simplicity of the physical processes involved the media exhibit a wide range of amazing patterns: from target and spiral waves to travelling localisations and stationary breathing patterns. These media are at the heart of most natural processes,...

Formal Techniques for Networked and Distributed Systems (IFIP International Federation for Information Processing)
Formal Techniques for Networked and Distributed Systems (IFIP International Federation for Information Processing)
This book presents the latest worldwide results in theory and practice of formal techniques for networked and distributed systems. The theme of the book is addressed by specialized papers in the following areas:
  • Formal Methods in Software Development,
  • Process Algebra,
  • Timed Automata,
  • ...
Word Processing in Groups
Word Processing in Groups

Connections between the theory of hyperbolic manifolds and the theory of automata are deeply interwoven in the history of mathematics of this century.

The use of symbol sequences to study dynamical systems originates in the work of Kocbe [Koc27, Koe29] and Morse [Mor87j, who both used symbol saliences to code geodesies on a...

Spatial Analysis and Modeling in Geographical Transformation Process: GIS-based Applications (GeoJournal Library)
Spatial Analysis and Modeling in Geographical Transformation Process: GIS-based Applications (GeoJournal Library)

Currently, spatial analysis is becoming more important than ever because enormous volumes of spatial data are available from different sources, such as GPS, Remote Sensing, and others.

This book deals with spatial analysis and modelling. It provides a comprehensive discussion of spatial analysis, methods, and approaches related to...

Computation Engineering: Applied Automata Theory and Logic
Computation Engineering: Applied Automata Theory and Logic

The computer hardware and software industry is committed to using formal methods. As a result, it is crucial that students who take automata theory and logic courses retain what they have learned and understand how to use their knowledge. Yet many textbooks typically emphasize automata theory only, not logic, thus losing a valuable opportunity...

System-on-Chip Test Architectures (Systems on Silicon)
System-on-Chip Test Architectures (Systems on Silicon)
Modern electronics testing has a legacy of more than 40 years. The introduction of new technologies, especially nanometer technologies with 90nm or smaller geometry, has allowed the semiconductor industry to keep pace with the increased performance-capacity demands from consumers. As a result, semiconductor test costs have been growing steadily...
Games, Puzzles, and Computation
Games, Puzzles, and Computation

The authors show that there are underlying mathematical reasons for why games and puzzles are challenging (and perhaps why they are so much fun). They also show that games and puzzles can serve as powerful models of computation―quite different from the usual models of automata and circuits―offering a new way of thinking about...

Quantum Computing
Quantum Computing

The twentieth century witnessed the birth of revolutionary ideas in the phys- ical sciences. These ideas began to shake the traditional view of the universe dating back to the days of Newton, even to the days of Galileo. Albert Ein- stein is usually identified as the creator of the relativity theory, a theory that is used to model the...

Knowledge-Based Neurocomputing
Knowledge-Based Neurocomputing
Neurocomputing methods are loosely based on a model of the brain as a network of simple interconnected processing elements corresponding to neurons. These methods derive their power from the collective processing of artificial neurons, the chief advantage being that such systems can learn and adapt to a changing environment. In knowledge-based...
Natural Computing: 4th International Workshop on Natural Computing
Natural Computing: 4th International Workshop on Natural Computing

The complex behavior of systems in nature is rooted in intricate mechanisms of interaction that often supersede human-made systems in terms of reliability, power efficiency, and computational capacity. Researchers have begun to realize that natural systems are a great source of inspiration for novel algorithms in computation and communication...

Concurrency Theory: Calculi an Automata for Modelling Untimed and Timed Concurrent Systems
Concurrency Theory: Calculi an Automata for Modelling Untimed and Timed Concurrent Systems
In the world we live in concurrency is the norm. For example, the human body
is a massively concurrent system, comprising a huge number of cells, all simultaneously
evolving and independently engaging in their individual biological
processing. In addition, in the biological world, truly sequential systems rarely
arise. However,
...
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