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One-Dimensional Nanostructures (Lecture Notes in Nanoscale Science and Technology)
One-Dimensional Nanostructures (Lecture Notes in Nanoscale Science and Technology)

One-dimensional (1D) nanostructures represent a group of nanomaterials with highly anisotropic morphologies, the smallest dimension falling in the range of 1–100 nm. Typical examples of 1D nanostructures include nanowires and nanotubes. Semiconductor nanowires are characterized by the efficient transport of electrons and excitons, and...

A Living Countryside? (Perspectives on Rural Policy and Planning)
A Living Countryside? (Perspectives on Rural Policy and Planning)

In recent years the ideal of achieving sustainable rural development has become a key dimension of EU, national, regional and local policy. Whether this ideal is achievable in the near future to any substantial degree is by no means certain. By examining a range of experiences from both the north and south of Ireland, this book asks what the...

Still Image and Video Compression with MATLAB
Still Image and Video Compression with MATLAB
The term “video compression” is now a common household name. The field of still image and video compression has matured to the point that it is possible to watch movies on a laptop computer. Such is the rapidity at which technology in various fields has advanced and is advancing. However, this creates a need for some to...
Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery Technologies (Advances in Data Warehousing and Mining)
Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery Technologies (Advances in Data Warehousing and Mining)
Data warehousing and OLAP (online analytical processing) technologies have gained a widespread acceptance since the 90’s as a support for decision-making. A data warehouse is a collection of subject-oriented, integrated, consolidated, time-varying, and non-volatile data (Kimball, 1996; Inmon, 1996). It is manipulated through OLAP tools, which...
A Practical Guide for SystemVerilog Assertions
A Practical Guide for SystemVerilog Assertions
When Gateway Design Automation, Inc. created Verilog in the mid- 1980's, the process of integrated circuit design was very different than it is today. The role of Verilog, as well as its capability, has evolved since its inception into today's SystemVerilog.

SystemVerilog language consists of three categories of...

Designing Mobile Service Systems (Research in Design Series)
Designing Mobile Service Systems (Research in Design Series)
This book is the second in the Research in Design series. Design is an effort that enjoys a growing attention in the academic world. At Delft University of Technology design is a recognized part of science. Like other technical universities, Delft is rooted in the engineering field. And in spite of questions like ‘what is design’,...
Health-related quality of life in cardiovascular patients
Health-related quality of life in cardiovascular patients

A modern definition of health goes beyond the biological dimension to encompass human functionality and well-being. Quality of life is one of the most popular health-related concepts and simultaneously reflects several dimensions of individual health. Health-related quality of life (HRQoL) is taken to include physical, psychological, and...

Mass Dimension One Fermions (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics)
Mass Dimension One Fermions (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics)
In 2005, Dharam Ahluwalia and Daniel Grumiller reported an unexpected theoretical discovery of mass dimension one fermions. These are an entirely new class of spin one half particles, and because of their mass dimensionality mismatch with the standard model fermions they are a first-principle dark matter candidate. Written by one of the...
Developing Time-Oriented Database Applications in SQL
Developing Time-Oriented Database Applications in SQL
What is everywhere but occupies no space; can be measured but not seen or touched; can be spent, wasted, or killed, but not destroyed or changed? The simple answer is time, and the relationship between the fourth dimension and data is the foundation for Developing Time-Oriented Database Applications in SQL, a fascinating book by Richard T....
The Business Coaching Toolkit: Top 10 Strategies for Solving the Toughest Dilemmas Facing Organizations
The Business Coaching Toolkit: Top 10 Strategies for Solving the Toughest Dilemmas Facing Organizations

Discover the 10 best Coaching practices for solving problems and implementing change with clients—right away

Coaching works, there's no doubt about that. But the coaching industry is going through tremendous change that all professional coaches need to address.

Equipping coaching professionals to stay on the...

Learning in 3D: Adding a New Dimension to Enterprise Learning and Collaboration
Learning in 3D: Adding a New Dimension to Enterprise Learning and Collaboration

Praise for Learning in 3D

"Learning is the key to our future and powerful learning will result from immersive, interactive, and creative 3D designs. Tony O'Driscoll and Karl Kapp have written a disruptive book about a disruptive technology that we all need to explore. This is a must read!" —Elliott Masie, chair,...

Corporate Plasticity: How to Change, Adapt, and Excel
Corporate Plasticity: How to Change, Adapt, and Excel

What do The Beatles, Apollo 13, the Roman military, a pack of wolves, and the very best companies in the world all have in common? Answer: Plasticity. They can change, adapt, and excel as the situation requires.

In most organizations, strategy and functional excellence get the most attention. But even the best of...

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