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Channel-Adaptive Technologies and Cross-Layer Designs for Wireless Systems with Multiple Antennas: Theory and Applications
Channel-Adaptive Technologies and Cross-Layer Designs for Wireless Systems with Multiple Antennas: Theory and Applications
Wireless communications is one of the most active areas of research over the
past and the current decades. In fact, the demand for wireless services has been
changing from the regular voice telephony services to mixed voice, data, and
multimedia services over the wireless media. Since the mid-1990s, the wireless
industry has
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A Guide to Forensic Testimony: The Art and Practice of Presenting Testimony As An Expert Technical Witness
A Guide to Forensic Testimony: The Art and Practice of Presenting Testimony As An Expert Technical Witness

Information technology is an increasingly large factor in legal proceedings. In cases large and small, from the U.S. Government's antitrust suit against Microsoft Corporation, to civil lawsuits filed over the failure of a network, to criminal cases in which the authenticity of electronic evidence is questioned, the testimony of a technical...

Strategies for Managing Is/It Personnel
Strategies for Managing Is/It Personnel

As IT staff shortages are being experienced worldwide, with a huge gap between the number of positions available for IS/IT workers and the number of available qualified workers to fill them. The major factors that have contributed to the IS/IT crisis include lack of understanding of the career orientations of IS personnel; high IS staff...

Writing for Digital Media
Writing for Digital Media
In the digital age, we are all consumers and producers, readers and publishers alike. The Internet has made it possible for anyone to publish his or her writing online almost instantaneously for all the world to read.

The evolution of digital media has introduced both unprecedented challenges and opportunities for
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Content and Workflow Management for Library Websites: Case Studies
Content and Workflow Management for Library Websites: Case Studies

Using database-driven web pages or web content management (WCM) systems to manage increasingly diverse web content and to streamline workflows is a commonly practiced solution recognized in libraries to-day. However, limited library web content management models and funding constraints prevent many libraries from purchasing commercially...

Developing RESTful Web Services with Jersey 2.0
Developing RESTful Web Services with Jersey 2.0

Learn how to design and implement a test automation framework block by block

Overview

  • A simple and easy demonstration of the important concepts will enable you to translate abstract ideas into practice
  • Each chapter begins with an outline and a brief statement of content to help the reader...
Environmental Nanotechnology Volume 3 (Environmental Chemistry for a Sustainable World)
Environmental Nanotechnology Volume 3 (Environmental Chemistry for a Sustainable World)

This third volume on environmental nanotechnology includes chapters dealing with topics such nanoremediation, waste water purification, nanosensors, nanomedicine, and nanofiltration. It also highlights the safety aspects and risk assessment and management related to several toxins, as well as nanotechnology related solutions for...

Management Consulting In Practice: Award-Winning International Case Studies
Management Consulting In Practice: Award-Winning International Case Studies

This important new book explores the relationship between top management consultant teams and their clients. Through a series of case studies, from both the private and public sectors, it presents best practice in consulting at the sharp end of contemporary management across all disciplines including change management, business strategy,...

Topology for Computing (Cambridge Monographs on Applied and Computational Mathematics)
Topology for Computing (Cambridge Monographs on Applied and Computational Mathematics)
Written by a computer scientist for computer scientists, this book teaches topology from a computational point of view, and shows how to solve real problems that have topological aspects involving computers. Such problems arise in many areas, such as computer graphics, robotics, structural biology, and chemistry. The author starts from the basics...
Systems Bioinformatics: An Engineering Case-Based Approach
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,...
Parallel Programming with Intel Parallel Studio XE (Wrox Programmer to Programmer)
Parallel Programming with Intel Parallel Studio XE (Wrox Programmer to Programmer)

Nearly all the computers sold today have a multi-core processor, but only a small number of applications are written to take advantage of the extra cores. Most programmers are playing catch-up. A recent consultation with a group of senior programming engineers revealed the top three hurdles in adopting parallelism: the challenges of porting...

Metonymy: Hidden Shortcuts in Language, Thought and Communication (Cambridge Studies in Cognitive Linguistics)
Metonymy: Hidden Shortcuts in Language, Thought and Communication (Cambridge Studies in Cognitive Linguistics)

'Metonymy' is a type of figurative language used in everyday conversation, a form of shorthand that allows us to use our shared knowledge to communicate with fewer words than we would otherwise need. 'I'll pencil you in' and 'let me give you a hand' are both examples of metonymic language. Metonymy serves a wide...

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