actors – a model of concurrent computation in distributed systems



New Approach in Fault Tolerant Commit Protocol New Approach in Fault Tolerant Commit Protocol Новинка

New Approach in Fault Tolerant Commit Protocol

Development of a New Non-Blocking Commit Protocol for High Availability Distributed Database Systems by M. Tayyab Shahzad. This text contains the developmental model of author's newly proposed "Non-Blocking Commit Protocol for High Availability Distributed Database Systems. Author has very carefully narrated the step by step development of his proposed model. Concepts are carefully integrated, presentation and illustration of subject matter is beautifully arranged for better understanding of reader. This book provides the readers with most current trends in the field of distributed database systems.
Yu-Ping Tian Frequency-Domain Analysis and Design of Distributed Control Systems Yu-Ping Tian Frequency-Domain Analysis and Design of Distributed Control Systems Новинка

Yu-Ping Tian Frequency-Domain Analysis and Design of Distributed Control Systems

This book presents a unified frequency-domain method for the analysis of distributed control systems. The following important topics are discussed by using the proposed frequency-domain method: (1) Scalable stability criteria of networks of distributed control systems; (2) Effect of heterogeneous delays on the stability of a network of distributed control system; (3) Stability of Internet congestion control algorithms; and (4) Consensus in multi-agent systems. This book is ideal for graduate students in control, networking and robotics, as well as researchers in the fields of control theory and networking who are interested in learning and applying distributed control algorithms or frequency-domain analysis methods.
Availability Of JobTracker In Hadoop/MapReduce Zookeeper Clusters Availability Of JobTracker In Hadoop/MapReduce Zookeeper Clusters Новинка

Availability Of JobTracker In Hadoop/MapReduce Zookeeper Clusters

Due to the growing demand for Cloud Computing services, the need and importance of Distributed Systems cannot be underestimated. However, it is dificult to use the traditional Message Passing Interface (MPI) approach to implement synchronization, coordination, and prevent deadlocks in distributed systems. This difficulty is lessened by the use of Apache's Hadoop/MapReduce and Zookeeper to provide Fault Tolerance in a Homogeneously Distributed Hardware/Software environment. In this book, a mathematical model for the availability of the JobTracker in Hadoop/MapReduce using Zookeeper's Leader Election Service is examined. Though the availability is less than what is expected in a k Fault Tolerance system, this approach makes coordination/synchronization easy, reduces the effect of Byzantine faults, and provides scalability for distributed applications.
Selection of Outputs for Distributed Parameter Systems Selection of Outputs for Distributed Parameter Systems Новинка

Selection of Outputs for Distributed Parameter Systems

A method of sensor location selection is introduced for distributed parameter systems. In this method, the sensitivities of spatial outputs to model parameters are computed by a model and transformed via continuous wavelet transforms into the time-scale domain to characterize the shape attributes of output sensitivities and accentuate their di?erences. Regions are then sought in the time-scale plane wherein the wavelet coe?cient of an output-sensitivity surpasses all the others’ as indication of the output sensitivity’s uniqueness. This method yields a comprehensive account of identifiability each output provides for the model parameters as the basis of output selection. This output selection strategy is evaluated for a numerical case of pollutant dispersion by advection and discussion in a two-dimensional area.
Intuitive formal modelling of biological systems Intuitive formal modelling of biological systems Новинка

Intuitive formal modelling of biological systems

Like distributed systems of computers, biological systems are made of many interacting concurrent entities. Because of this similarity, the application of techniques coming from concurrency theory to the modelling of biological systems has become increasingly popular in recent years. One of the major challenges in this context is the definition of suitable modelling languages that are formal and executable but also easy to understand by non-computer scientists, together with the development of user friendly tools for modelling, analysis and simulation of biological systems. In this book we present a high level textual modelling language (called Narrative Language), its automatic translation into a formal language belonging to the family of process algebras (called Beta-binders), and the definition of rules to infer causal and spatial dependencies between model reactions. The approach is illustrated on a model of the widely studied Gp130/JAK/STAT signalling pathway. This work is a step towards the definition of a framework which allows scientists to easily describe biological systems and automatically perform simulation and formal analysis of models.
Zomaya Albert Y. Energy Efficient Distributed Computing Systems Zomaya Albert Y. Energy Efficient Distributed Computing Systems Новинка

Zomaya Albert Y. Energy Efficient Distributed Computing Systems

The energy consumption issue in distributed computing systems raises various monetary, environmental and system performance concerns. Electricity consumption in the US doubled from 2000 to 2005. From a financial and environmental standpoint, reducing the consumption of electricity is important, yet these reforms must not lead to performance degradation of the computing systems. These contradicting constraints create a suite of complex problems that need to be resolved in order to lead to 'greener' distributed computing systems. This book brings together a group of outstanding researchers that investigate the different facets of green and energy efficient distributed computing. Key features: One of the first books of its kind Features latest research findings on emerging topics by well-known scientists Valuable research for grad students, postdocs, and researchers Research will greatly feed into other technologies and application domains
Information Theory and Cooperative Control in Net Multi-Agent Systems Information Theory and Cooperative Control in Net Multi-Agent Systems Новинка

Information Theory and Cooperative Control in Net Multi-Agent Systems

This book focuses on information theoretic aspects of and cooperative control techniques in networked multi-agent systems (NMAS) with communication constraints. In the first part of the research, information theoretic limitations of tracking problems in networked control systems, especially leader-follower systems with communication constraints, are studied. In the second part, we propose an easily scalable hierarchical decision-making and control architecture for smart grid with communication constraints in which distributed customers equipped with renewable distributed generation (RDG) interact and trade energy in the grid. In the third part, we consider the disturbance attenuation and stabilization problem in a large group of inter-connected systems over a communication network. In the fourth part, we consider distributed tracking and consensus in wireless sensor networks with noisy time-varying graphs and incomplete data.
Petri Net based Multi-Elevator System with Multi-Agent Environment Petri Net based Multi-Elevator System with Multi-Agent Environment Новинка

Petri Net based Multi-Elevator System with Multi-Agent Environment

I’m trying to build bridges between mathematics and practical subjects like information technology and engineering. A Petri nets (PNs) are a graphical and mathematical tool that are used for describing and studying information processing systems that are characterized as being concurrent, asynchronous, distributed, parallel, non-deterministic and/or stochastic. As a graphical tool, Petri nets can be used as a visual-communication aid similar to flow charts, block diagrams and networks. Tokens are used in these nets to simulate the dynamic and concurrent states of systems. As a mathematical tool, it is possible to set up state equations, algebraic equations and other mathematical models governing the behavior of systems. Since Petri nets are a formal methods’ designing and modeling technique, so they are used to model complex systems as mathematical entities. By building a mathematically rigorous model of a complex system, it is possible to verify the system's properties in a more thorough fashion than empirical testing.
Distributed Database Systems Integration Distributed Database Systems Integration Новинка

Distributed Database Systems Integration

This book covers the distributed database models, explains the concepts of these models, and presents the way these models are used to integrate the database systems. Also this book covers the scientific researches that work on distributed database systems integration, especially when these systems are running on heterogeneous environments. At last this book suggests a new approach for designing and integrating distributed database system. This book can be used as reference in distributed database systems hence it contains the scientific and the practical materials on distributed database systems component such as fragmentation, allocation, replication, distributed query processing, query optimization and concurrency control , also it can be used as a guideline for developing a distributed database application.
Data Allocation Strategies in Distributed Database Systems Data Allocation Strategies in Distributed Database Systems Новинка

Data Allocation Strategies in Distributed Database Systems

Distributed Database Systems are always being the potential Research area in Computer Science. The effective way of managing the growing volume of Data in Distributed Database Systems is a Herculean task. The recent technological developments in Peer-to-Peer (P2P) systems gained a global momentum towards network implementation. This is the main reason to incorporate Database functionality with P2P systems to design Peer-to-Peer Distributed Database Systems (P2PDDBS). This phenomenon is better than a single and conventional Client/Server databases because the accessibility and availability of Data is higher in P2PDDBS. This book is mainly focused on proposing optimized Data Allocation strategies using Ant Colony Optimization method and Hungarian Assignment Algorithm in order to achieve higher degree of Accessibility and Availability of data in P2PDDBS, which will lead to better and quicker query processing. This book will be very helpful to the Research community, working with Distributed Database Systems.
Distributed Cooperative Control of Multi-agent Systems Distributed Cooperative Control of Multi-agent Systems Новинка

Distributed Cooperative Control of Multi-agent Systems

A detailed and systematic introduction to the distributed cooperative control of multi-agent systems from a theoretical, network perspective Features detailed analysis and discussions on the distributed cooperative control and dynamics of multi-agent systems Covers comprehensively first order, second order and higher order systems, swarming and flocking behaviors Provides a broad theoretical framework for understanding the fundamentals of distributed cooperative control
Quality of Service Management of Distributed Realtime Embedded Systems Quality of Service Management of Distributed Realtime Embedded Systems Новинка

Quality of Service Management of Distributed Realtime Embedded Systems

With increasing advantages of cost, performance, and scale over single computers, the proliferation of distributed systems in general and distributed event-based systems in particular have increased dramatically in recent years. To support the requirements of a broad spectrum of application domains, publish/subscribe middleware for event-based distributed systems typically provides many policies that affect end-to-end system quality of service (QoS) properties. While tunable policies provide fine-grained control of system QoS, configuring and managing QoS has become more complex as QoS support for pub/sub middleware platforms has increased. This work focuses on the following four synergistic areas: (1) a model-driven technique for developing QoS configurations and applicable implementation artifacts; (2) composite QoS metrics to quantitatively evaluate multiple QoS concerns, (3) a technique for evaluating QoS mechanisms in specific operating environments and providing guidance for QoS configurations; and (4) a technique to support autonomic configuration and adaptation of QoS-enabled pub/sub middleware in flexible and dynamic environments.
Efficient RSA Key Generation Protocol in the Two-Party Setting Efficient RSA Key Generation Protocol in the Two-Party Setting Новинка

Efficient RSA Key Generation Protocol in the Two-Party Setting

The goal of this thesis is the implementation of a fully distributed multiparty computation protocol in a Two-Party setting, secure in the semi-honest model. For each single step in the protocol is expected the participation of two and only two parties. This is among the first implementations of a complete distributed protocol for RSA Composite generation in this setting, on top of which several Secure Multiparty Computation protocols have also been implemented. In this paper it has been shown that using standards approaches the problem turns to be intractable. From this first result, the research moves in several directions, adopting Elliptic Curve-based solutions, avoiding where possible the use of expensive cryptographic operations, and using different cheaper approaches. This has brought to the implementation of the last version of the protocol, which permits to the two parties to securely compute an RSA Composite of at least 2048 bits in 15 minutes in average. Thus, it has practically been demonstrated that many of the different applications of the SMPC model that have been studied in the rich literature on the argument have a chance of being used in real-world environment.
New Contributions for Modeling and Simulating HPC Environments New Contributions for Modeling and Simulating HPC Environments Новинка

New Contributions for Modeling and Simulating HPC Environments

In this book we propose a new simulation platform specifically designed for modeling parallel and distributed architectures, which consists on integrating the model of the four basic systems into a single simulation platform. Those systems consist of storage system, memory system, processing system and network system. The main characteristics of this platform are flexibility, to embrace the widest range of possible designs; scalability, to check the limits of extending the architecture designs; and the necessary trade-offs between the execution time and the accuracy obtained. This simulation platform is aimed to model both existent and new designs of HPC architectures and applications. Then, the model can be focused on a set of the basic systems, or by the contrary on the complete system. Therefore, a complete distributed system can be modeled by integrating those basic systems in the model, each one with the corresponding level of detail, which provides a high level of flexibility. Moreover, it provides a good compromise between accuracy and performance, and flexibility provided for building a wide range of architectures with different configurations.
Cost-Effective Verification of Concurrent Safety-Critical Systems Cost-Effective Verification of Concurrent Safety-Critical Systems Новинка

Cost-Effective Verification of Concurrent Safety-Critical Systems

From a modern heart pacemaker to a computer-controlled jet engine in a civilian flight or an air fighter, Safety-critical systems – i.e. those systems whose failure could result in loss of life – have become more common and powerful than ever. Needless to say, the verification process of such systems requires higher rigour when compared to the verification process of usual commercial software systems, in order to guarantee the critical aspects of the systems, e.g. safety and security. The rigorous verification process, however, can dramatically increase the cost of the software development process. This book extends the Compliance Notation – a unified framework where both formal and informal techniques can be employed in sequential software development –and provide a novel approach to the verification of concurrent safety critical systems. The viability of the new approach is illustrated using a real example form the safety-critical industry, namely, a robot-operated production cell. Finally, the book draws conclusions on the proposed approach and discusses future research directions.
Grobner Bases Computation and Mutant Polynomials Grobner Bases Computation and Mutant Polynomials Новинка

Grobner Bases Computation and Mutant Polynomials

Grobner bases are the single most important tool in applicable algebraic geometry. This is in part because they can be used to solve systems of polynomial equations. Applications in science and technology are abundant, particularly in cryptography and coding theory. Grobner bases computation is challenging and a great deal of effort has been devoted to improve algorithms to compute faster larger bases. The concept of mutant polynomials, introduced by Ding in 2006, characterizes a phenomenon of degeneration in the process of Grobner bases computation. Exploiting the appearance of mutant polynomials has led to significant improvements in Grobner bases Computation. In this work we describe several such improvements and we establish some theoretical results for mutant polynomials. We also propose LASyz, a method to avoid redundant computation in Grobner bases computation that is compatible with mutant algorithms. This is achieved by simple linear algebra procedures used to compute generators for the module of syzygies. Overall, this book provides an introduction to the state-of-the-art in Grobner bases computation together with the first steps towards a theory of mutant polynomials.
Appraisal & Motivation Techniques in Distributed Agile Teams Appraisal & Motivation Techniques in Distributed Agile Teams Новинка

Appraisal & Motivation Techniques in Distributed Agile Teams

Reconciling the concurrent trends in software development towards distributed teams and agile development methodologies is a complicated task, and is difficult to complete successfully without compromise. While leading authorities have attempted to do so, there has been very little research done in the area of how these techniques affect employee motivation to succeed and work in a collaborative environment, nor in how the techniques help or hinder the employee appraisal process - a critical component in the employee relations of many large organizations, and one to which the waterfall development methodology often seems better-suited, with or without the additional complications of distributed environments. Here Chris shares exactly how some of the most popular solutions for handling this problem fare in the real world, backed up by empirical data and tests.
Fault Tolerance of Mobile Agent Systems in Distributed Computing Fault Tolerance of Mobile Agent Systems in Distributed Computing Новинка

Fault Tolerance of Mobile Agent Systems in Distributed Computing

This book is helpful to those readers who are willing to know about mobile agents. This book elaborates the concepts of fault tolerance in mobile agent systems that how a system continues to perform its task even in case of occurrence of any fault. This book discusses the various existing fault tolerant approaches in mobile agent systems. Along this readers will also find a novel approach for fault tolerance in mobile agent systems. This Novel approach suites well for both read as well as write applications too.
Anyonic Quantum Computation Anyonic Quantum Computation Новинка

Anyonic Quantum Computation

Quantum computation can be done by using non-abelian anyons which are neither bosons nor fermions. These exotic particles live only in two dimensional systems. Quasi-particles of ? = 5/2 fractional quantum Hall state will provide such non-abelian anyons. We discuss a NOT gate operation by braiding these anyons. In this work fundamental concepts of quantum computation are reviewed. Non-abelian anyons and topological phases are introduced. Some basic facts about fractional quantum Hall state are given. This is a book version of the MS thesis of the author.
Distributed Computing Systems Distributed Computing Systems Новинка

Distributed Computing Systems

A distributed system is a collection of independent computers that appear to the users of the system as a single computer. Distributed System has its own features and the features are Resource sharing, Openness, Concurrency, Scalability, Fault Tolerance and Transparency. The Distributed System can be extended effectively in an environment using Open Systems. It is with the respect to the hardware and software. The Distributed system is scalable in effectively handling the growth of the system. A distributed database is a set of databases stored on multiple computers that typically appears to applications as a single database. Consequently, an application can simultaneously access and modify the data in several databases in a network. A distributed database system allows applications to access data from local and remote databases. The book will be very useful for the software engineers, designers, learners, and technical personals. Regardless of the immediate learning goals, the book is a handy reference and companion tool for future use. All the Concepts have been planned carefully and presented well with suitable illustrations.
Scalability Evaluation of the GIPSY Runtime System Scalability Evaluation of the GIPSY Runtime System Новинка

Scalability Evaluation of the GIPSY Runtime System

The General Intensional Programming System (GIPSY) project aims at providing a software platform for the long-term investigation of intensional programming, a declarative programming paradigm suitable for scientific programming. GIPSY consists of a flexible compiler and a scalable runtime system, where the compiler translates any flavor of intensional program into source-language independent runtime resources, and the runtime system executes the program in a demand-driven and distributed manner, i.e. computation requirements are wrapped in demands and are distributed among network computers, so that computations can be executed distributively and concurrently to shorten their overall computation time. The multi-tier architecture adopted for the GIPSY runtime system aims at research goals such as scalability. This work covers the development of a scalable GIPSY runtime system using the multi-tier architecture, and presents the assessment of the scalability of the developed GIPSY runtime system. The book could be useful to researchers concerning system scalability, especially the scalability of distributed computing systems/applications.
Mutual Exclusion Algorithms Mutual Exclusion Algorithms Новинка

Mutual Exclusion Algorithms

Multiprocessing systems are programmed cleanly using Critical sections. When a process desires to access some shared data it first gets mutual exclusive access to critical sections for reliable outcome as processes may possibly manipulate the data. This work investigates how critical section problem can be solved easily and efficiently for multiprocessing and distributed systems. This report presents an algorithm that can solve the problem in single processing, multiprocessing and distributed systems efficiently with minimal changes. For distributed systems we introduce message passing service while keeping rest of the mechanism same works faster than many other algorithms for distributed systems. The algorithm compares its efficiency with bakery’s algorithm and performs much better with the liberty of introduction of multiple critical sections for dissimilar shared data. Due to this multiple processes can execute in different critical sections concurrently.
Web Distributed Computing Systems Web Distributed Computing Systems Новинка

Web Distributed Computing Systems

The Web Distributed Computing System concept is based on the idea to have a completely client free system that can be used on every device connected to the internet and browsing the web. The other key concept is to exploit all the time the users spend surfing the web visiting pages but using only a limited amount of cpu, instead of using all the available computation power on idle time. The extremely large number of visitors, or in other word clients, is the real power of the system. The user experience is not affected by the computation, no installation needed, all the client software is embedded into pages with web2.0 technologies. Tests over 2 different systems, implemented in ajax and Flex, showed that such systems can solve various categories of problems, according with the complexity of algorithm and the amount of data need to describe the problem. Index have been defined to identify convenience in solving particular problems, to give directions on how to implement solution algorithm and problem crunching.
Information and Entanglement Measures in Quantum Systems Information and Entanglement Measures in Quantum Systems Новинка

Information and Entanglement Measures in Quantum Systems

This book is a multidisciplinary contribution to the information theory of single-particle Coulomb systems in their relativistic and not relativistic description, to the theory of special functions of mathematical physics with the proposal and analysis of a new set of measures of spreading for orthogonal polynomials, to quantum computation and learning devices and to the analysis of entanglement in systems of identical fermions, in this field we propose a separability criteria for pure states of N identical fermions and the entanglement of two-electron atoms is studied, a new separability criteria for continuous variable systems is also analyzed. The notions of information, complexity and entanglement play a central role.
Security in Mobile Agent based Systems Security in Mobile Agent based Systems Новинка

Security in Mobile Agent based Systems

Modern trends in automation incorporate mobile agents for communication among distributed sites that are connected to each other through public or private networks. Mobile agents carrying communication for various sites and the agent platforms that provide the execution environment for mobile agents should be secured. An optimization framework to secure agent platforms and mobile agents in a distributed environment with low computation resources has been proposed. The optimization is achieved with respect to minimizing the security computation costs of agent platforms and reducing the turnaround time of mobile agents. This book outline Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) as a target application. Mobile agents are used in AMR to calculate power quality and to collect meter readings from energy meters. The cost for security computation with different approaches from the literature is shown in mathematical form and compared with the proposed approach. The results show that the proposed framework reduces the security computation costs at energy meters and decreases the turnaround time of mobile agents.
Fault-Tolerant Consensus Algorithms with Homonyms Fault-Tolerant Consensus Algorithms with Homonyms Новинка

Fault-Tolerant Consensus Algorithms with Homonyms

So far, the distributed computing community has either assumed that all the processes of a distributed system have distinct identifiers or, more rarely, that the processes are anonymous and have no identifiers. These are two extremes of the same general model: namely,n processes use l different identifiers, where 1 ? l ? n. We call this model homonymous model. To determine the power of homonymous model as well as the importance of identi?ers in distributed computing, this thesis studies algorithms for solving the consensus problem, one of the most famous distributed computing problem.
Efficient Failure Recovery in Large-scale Graph Processing Systems Efficient Failure Recovery in Large-scale Graph Processing Systems Новинка

Efficient Failure Recovery in Large-scale Graph Processing Systems

Wide range of applications in Machine Learning and Data Mining (MLDM) area have increasing demand on utilizing distributed environments to solve certain problems. It naturally results in the urgent requirements on how to ensure the reliability of large-scale graph processing systems. In such scenarios, machine failures are no longer uncommon incidents. Traditional rollback recovery in distributed systems has been studied in various forms by a wide range of researchers and engineers. There are plenty of algorithms invented in the research community, but not many of them are actually applied in real systems. In this book, we proposed two failure recovery mechanisms specially designed for large-scale graph processing systems. To better facilitate the recovery process without bringing in too much overhead during the normal execution of the large-scale distributed systems, our mechanisms are designed based on an in-depth investigation of the characteristics of large-scale graph processing systems and their applications.
Temporal Logic from the Chronicles Paradigm: Temporal Logic from the Chronicles Paradigm: Новинка

Temporal Logic from the Chronicles Paradigm:

The Chronicles are an emergent temporal logic approach to model a form of reasoning based on events. In the literature there are different studies regarding the reasoning and learning mechanisms proposed for such an approach, and applications in the distributed systems. This book reports these works. At the beginning, the book presents the different formalisms that different authors have developed around the concept of chronicles, with an introduction to what is understood as temporal logic. The next section presents the reasoning mechanisms for each chronicle formalism. The next section is dedicated to the presentation of the different chronicle learning mechanisms proposed in the literature. Finally, the last section is dedicated to present the utilization of the chronicles in various problems in distributed environments: management of telecommunications systems, in the context of web services, and in the design of autonomous systems of communication. This book should be especially useful to researches and professionals in the areas of the Artificial Intelligence, Distributed Systems; and PhD and Master Students in the domain of the Computational Sciences.
Rashvand Habib F. Distributed Sensor Systems. Practice and Applications Rashvand Habib F. Distributed Sensor Systems. Practice and Applications Новинка

Rashvand Habib F. Distributed Sensor Systems. Practice and Applications

This book focuses on the distinct but tightly inter-related areas of development for distributed sensing systems In this book, the authors discuss the technological developments lead by sensor technology, addressing viable new applications to inspire a technological evolution. Under the advanced and visionary approach of distributed intelligence, the authors focus on three distinct but tightly inter-related areas of developments for distributed sensing systems (DSS): firstly, the sensor technology embracing the conversion of the phenomena of interest into desirable form of signal such as electric, secondly, the interaction process between sensing points which requires immense intelligence loosely called networking, and finally, the adoption of useful maturing systems through potential applications for right impacts for a better life and a brighter economy. Furthermore, the book contains a number of case studies and typical applications illustrating the technical details, features and functions of the systems, as well as demonstrating their benefits and limitations. Key Features: Discusses the technological developments lead by sensor technology Addresses viable new applications Contains a number of case studies and typical applications illustrating the technical details, features and functions of the systems Demonstrates the benefits and limitations of distributed sensing Written by experts with vast experience in the field (both in academia and industry) This book will be an invaluable reference for postgraduates studying related courses (communication engineering, engineering management, computer systems, industrial process, automation, design, environmental, urban, surveillance), R&D engineers, system and application designers, researchers, industrial project managers and engineers, and technical and strategic managers planning new products.
Embedding Quality in E-learning Systems Embedding Quality in E-learning Systems Новинка

Embedding Quality in E-learning Systems

The purpose of this research is to determine the efficacy of e-learning systems for higher education in order to present practical recommendations to establish and evaluate quality in e-learning systems. As a result of literature reviews, academic discussion (presentations), and the empirical evidences of analysis, a model for implementing and evaluating quality in e-learning systems is presented.
CSP as a Coordination Language CSP as a Coordination Language Новинка

CSP as a Coordination Language

The process algebra Communicating Sequential Processes (CSP) offers a way of taming the complexity of concurrent systems by focusing on the interaction behavior of systems and abstracting from synchronization mechanisms and other implementation details. However, the derivation of a system's implementation from its CSP-based model is still a problem and subject to ongoing research. It is, for example, not obvious how to integrate CSP with internal actions of a system, because CSP abstracts from internal actions to a great extent. As a solution, this book presents the use of CSP as a formal coordination language for arbitrary sequential host languages. The benefit of this approach is that CSP can be used not only for the design and verification of concurrent systems but also for their implementation. This book focuses on the theory of a suitable coordination environment. Moreover, the implementation of a CSP-based coordination environment for the target language Java is presented along with a case study of constructing a workflow server as a coordinated concurrent Java program.
Engineering Self-Organizing Dynamics in Distributed Systems: Engineering Self-Organizing Dynamics in Distributed Systems: Новинка

Engineering Self-Organizing Dynamics in Distributed Systems:

In self-organizing processes, the coaction of multitudes of system elements, which are by themselves autonomous, leads to the formation of global structures that are continuously and independently adapted to a changeable environment. The use of these phenomena in the development of distributed software systems is particularly attractive as it allows distributing flexible problem solving abilities for complex global problems among the basic system elements. Hence, these processes can be used as powerful means for the decentralized coordination of distributed systems. This dissertation proposes a construction framework for self-organizing distributed systems - whereas self-organization is understood as the participation of system elements in decentralized, adaptive processes, as a supplement to the functional software system. This approach allows equipping applications with self-organizing features. A systematic development approach is enabled by the elevation of the adaptive, decentralized inter-agent process, which governs the self-organized structure formation, to an independent design element.
On Estimation Of Distributed Lag Models On Estimation Of Distributed Lag Models Новинка

On Estimation Of Distributed Lag Models

In the present book Chapter – I is an introductory one. It contains the general introduction about the problem of distributed lag models. Chapter – II deals with the specification of the distributed lag models through expectations models.Chapter – III describes the estimation methods for different finite distributed lag models existing in the literature.Chapter – IV gives the details about the various infinite distributed lag models existing in the literature along with the estimation of their parameters. Chapter – V develops a new estimation procedure for a finite distributed lag model by using Bernstein polynomial approximation to a function on which the lag weights are assumed to lie. Chapter – VI depicts the conclusions Several relevant articles regarding the distributed lag models have been presented under the title ‘BIBLIOGRAPHY’.
Design of Information Flow for Networked Control Systems Design of Information Flow for Networked Control Systems Новинка

Design of Information Flow for Networked Control Systems

Revision with unchanged content. Rapid advances in information processing, communication and sensing technologies have enabled more and more devices to be provided with embedded processors, networking capabilities and sensors. For the field of estimation and control, it is now possible to consider an architecture in which many simple components communicate and cooperate to achieve a joint team goal. This distributed architecture promises much in terms of performance, reliability and simplicity of design. However, at the same time, it requires extending the traditional theories of control, communication and computation and, in fact, looking at a unified picture of the three fields. The chief idea explored in this book is the joint design of information flow and the control law. While traditional control design has concentrated on calculating the optimal control input by assuming a particular information flow between the components, our approach seeks to synthesize the optimal information flow along with the optimal control law that satisfies the constraints of the information flow. As we demonstrate in the book, the joint design of information flow and the optimal control input satisfying the constraints of that information flow yields large improvements in performance over simply trying to fit traditional design theories on distributed systems.
Optimality and Computation Issues in Repetitive Control Optimality and Computation Issues in Repetitive Control Новинка

Optimality and Computation Issues in Repetitive Control

Issues of optimality and computation has increasingly become an important research area in tracking problems of repetitive control. The control schemes in this book, termed as Optimal Low Computation Cost Schemes, bypass the original requirement of solving high order AREs by reducing the order of large systems into their low order counterparts. This is achieved either by a projection method or a low order scheme based on the spectrum analysis of the demand signal. Experimental tests on a software cam system and a servomotor motion control system demonstrated the effectiveness of the proposed control methods.
Working Life Working Life Новинка

Working Life

Labour process theory is consolidated in Working Life to develop a credible account of the relationships between capitalist political economy, work systems and the strategies and practices of actors in the employment relationship. Beyond this, the book explores the future of labour process analysis.
Large scale data processing in Hadoop MapReduce scenario Large scale data processing in Hadoop MapReduce scenario Новинка

Large scale data processing in Hadoop MapReduce scenario

Cloud Computing has brought a huge impact in IT industry. Computing resources are easier to get in Cloud Computing. Briefly speaking, Cloud Computing is a resource pool, which contains a masssive amount of interconnected computers. Under such background, in order to make full use of the network, Google initiated MapReduce model. This model is an implementation of Parallel Computing, which aims at processing large amount of data. Given certain computing resources and MapReduce model, this book gives some thinking about how to estimate the time consumption of a huge computation task. Based on classical Parallel Computing theories, this book proposed two models to estimate the time consumption. It also gives conclusions about what type of computation task is estimatable. The experiments in this book are easy to implement, which are very suitable references for Cloud Computing fans.
May-Happen-In-Parallel Analysis of Parallel JAVA Programs May-Happen-In-Parallel Analysis of Parallel JAVA Programs Новинка

May-Happen-In-Parallel Analysis of Parallel JAVA Programs

The widespread use of concurrent software in modern day computing systems necessitates the development of effective debugging methodologies for multi-threaded software. Concurrent programs, however, are behaviourally complex involving subtle interactions between threads which make them hard to analyse manually. This motivates the use of automated formal methods to reason about such systems. In this project we have defined a methodology to detect interference freedom and to identify write-write and write-read conflicts by using an existing May-Happen-In-Parallel algorithm. The purpose of May-Happen-in-Parallel (MHP) analysis is to statically determine if it is possible for execution instances of two given statements (or the same statement) to execute in parallel. MHP analysis serves as a key foundation for concurrent static and dynamic debugging tools including tools for data race detection. The main objective is to provide guidelines to a programmer to identify May-Happen-in-Parallel points in a program and to reduce the concurrency bugs as much as possible.
Intervals in Temperament & Arel-Ezgi Systems with Listening Samples Intervals in Temperament & Arel-Ezgi Systems with Listening Samples Новинка

Intervals in Temperament & Arel-Ezgi Systems with Listening Samples

This book is part of a series composed of 4 books: “Measures in Music”, “Intervals in Temperament & Arel-Ezgi Systems”, “Scales, Modes & Maqam Scales” and “Chords & Fourth Harmony Chords”. In this study, we tried to disclose as much briefly as possible the definition, naming and features of intervals in two music systems. Moreover, we prepared the listening samples of intervals in 2 music systems. Audio files are distributed with the book via Internet. The readers would also find in the text the notes of all of these listening samples. Therefore, readers would not only be able to learn the theoretical dimensions of the intervals but also to examine a set of intervals via listening to them in all tones.
Design of controller for higher order discrete systems Design of controller for higher order discrete systems Новинка

Design of controller for higher order discrete systems

In this book a model formulation technique uses the swarm intelligence population based ABC algorithm in its procedure to obtain stable and approximate low order model for the Original higher order discrete systems. The quality of a formulated low order model is judged by designing the PID Controller. PID controller of the formulated low order model efficiently controls the original higher order system. This approach minimizes the complexity involved in direct design of PID controller for higher order discrete systems. The algorithm is simple to implement and computer oriented.
Scalable Distributed Data Warehouse System Scalable Distributed Data Warehouse System Новинка

Scalable Distributed Data Warehouse System

This study attempted to develop a data grid model for a distributed data warehouse using response time, throughput and bandwidth as major characteristics of the system. The model was simulated and evaluated. This was with a view to introducing the concepts of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), Web services and semantics into the development of distributed data warehouse. A distributed data warehouse model was formulated using SOA and Web services concept in order to implement the scalable data-grid model. This architecture was modelled as a Binary Tree model. The model was designed using Unified Modeling Language. An interface for the integration of the various data sources to the model was developed in Java Persistence API. The model Web services were created using Java and published using Web Services Description Language (WSDL). The system was simulated using Java programming language. The simulation parameters used in the design were number of clients (ranging from 100 to 1000), response time (measured in milliseconds), throughput and bandwidth consumption (measured in kilobits per seconds).
Coordinated Voltage Control in Multi-Microgrids Coordinated Voltage Control in Multi-Microgrids Новинка

Coordinated Voltage Control in Multi-Microgrids

This book presents a set of proposals for advanced control functionalities in order to achieve a coordinated and optimized voltage management of distribution networks comprising several Distributed Generation units, controllable loads, storage devices and microgrids. Large scale integration of Distributed Energy Resources, namely Distributed Generation at the Medium Voltage level and microgeneration at the Low Voltage level, poses several technical challenges for distribution network operation, especially concerning voltage control. Accordingly, the development of specific control solutions is required in order to maximize the integration of these units in the distribution system. The work presented here focused on the development of a conceptual framework model for regional ancillary services markets for voltage control. In addition, a methodology for voltage and reactive power control to be integrated in a tool for managing network operation in the short-term time-horizon is proposed.
Dynamic Slicing of Programs under Distributed Environment Dynamic Slicing of Programs under Distributed Environment Новинка

Dynamic Slicing of Programs under Distributed Environment

A dynamic program slice is that part of a program that affects the computation of a variable of interest during program execution on a specific program input. Dynamic program slicing was originally proposed only for program debugging. It is usually accepted that understanding and debugging of multithreaded and distributed programs are much harder compared to those of sequential programs. Different types of dynamic program slices, together with algorithms to compute them have been proposed in the literature. Most of the existing algorithms for finding slices of distributed programs use trace files and are not efficient in terms of time and space complexity. Some existing algorithms also use a complex intermediate representation graph by adding a no of different types of dependency edges and by traversing the dependency graph. Therefore, there is a need for development of efficient algorithms for distributed programs and to reduce the complex structure of the dependency graph. This work uses basic concepts of the inter-procedural dynamic slicing algorithm and remodels it to extract slices of distributed programs with introduction of some additional data structures.
Multicast Communication in Wireless Sensor and Actor Networks Multicast Communication in Wireless Sensor and Actor Networks Новинка

Multicast Communication in Wireless Sensor and Actor Networks

This work is about Wireless Sensor and Actor Networks (WSANs) consist of a large number of heterogeneous nodes known as sensors and actors. Sensor nodes have lower cost, lower power, multifunctional devices that can communicate untethered in limited distances, while actor nodes are resource rich, having higher processing and transmission capabilities, equipped with additional devices and longer battery life, they collect and process sensed data and perform the appropriate actions on the environment. In WSANs, the distributed sensing of a physical phenomenon is possible with the collaborative operation of the sensor nodes. Whenever a sensor node detects an event in the deployment region like fire, earth quake, etc the event information is transmitted to the actor nodes. The actors gather, process, and take a prompt decision to react. WSANs are distributed control systems usually designed for a quick response to sensed information with an effective and timely action. For this purpose it is essential to provide a real time communication and coordination framework to ensure prompt execution of action at right location.
Model of Access to Natural Language Sources in Electronic Government Model of Access to Natural Language Sources in Electronic Government Новинка

Model of Access to Natural Language Sources in Electronic Government

For the actual existence of e-government it is necessary and crucial to provide public information and documentation, and making its access simple to citizens. This book contributes with a study about developing e-government systems that process natural language to create structured semantic information which is automatically manipulated to meet citizens’ needs and expectations. In order to put this to test, this work was developed in three major phases: (1) design of a conceptual model, in line with the vision of e-government, integrating the creation of structured information and making it available to various actors; (2) selection of state-of-the-art software tools and definition of a prototype instantiating the key modules of the conceptual model, including access based on natural language; (3) assessment of the usability and acceptability of querying information as made possible by the prototype - and in consequence of the conceptual model - by users in a realistic scenario, that includes comparison with forms of access available today in production systems. The evaluation results show that the proposed model was perceived as more effective and useful than the alternatives.
Real-Time Systems Development Real-Time Systems Development Новинка

Real-Time Systems Development

Real-time Systems Development is a text for computing students who want to understand more about the development of software for real-time applications, involving concurrent programming, multi-tasking, data i/o and embedded processors.The book has been written to cover single semester final year undergraduate options or MSc modules in the area of real-time systems design and implementation. Assuming a certain level of general systems design and programming experience, this text will extend students knowledge and skills into an area of computing which has increasing relevance in a modern world of telecommunications and intelligent equipment using embedded microcontrollers.* Concise treatment delivers material in manageable sections* Includes handy glossary, references and practical exercises based on familiar scenarios* Supporting website contains slides, solutions to problems and software examples
Yaacoub Elias Resource Allocation in Uplink OFDMA Wireless Systems. Optimal Solutions and Practical Implementations Yaacoub Elias Resource Allocation in Uplink OFDMA Wireless Systems. Optimal Solutions and Practical Implementations Новинка

Yaacoub Elias Resource Allocation in Uplink OFDMA Wireless Systems. Optimal Solutions and Practical Implementations

Tackling problems from the least complicated to the most, Resource Allocation in Uplink OFDMA Wireless Systems provides readers with a comprehensive look at resource allocation and scheduling techniques (for both single and multi-cell deployments) in uplink OFDMA wireless networks—relying on convex optimization and game theory to thoroughly analyze performance. Inside, readers will find topics and discussions on: Formulating and solving the uplink ergodic sum-rate maximization problem Proposing suboptimal algorithms that achieve a close performance to the optimal case at a considerably reduced complexity and lead to fairness when the appropriate utility is used Investigating the performance and extensions of the proposed suboptimal algorithms in a distributed base station scenario Studying distributed resource allocation where users take part in the scheduling process, and considering scenarios with and without user collaboration Formulating the sum-rate maximization problem in a multi-cell scenario, and proposing efficient centralized and distributed algorithms for intercell interference mitigation Discussing the applicability of the proposed techniques to state-of-the-art wireless technologies, LTE and WiMAX, and proposing relevant extensions Along with schematics and figures featuring simulation results, Resource Allocation in Uplink OFDMA Wireless Systems is a valuable book for?wireless communications and cellular systems professionals and students.
Shelly Smith-Acuña Systems Theory in Action. Applications to Individual, Couple, and Family Therapy Shelly Smith-Acuña Systems Theory in Action. Applications to Individual, Couple, and Family Therapy Новинка

Shelly Smith-Acuña Systems Theory in Action. Applications to Individual, Couple, and Family Therapy

Smith-Acuña illuminates the structural hierarchy, roles, and boundaries that give a system structure. The relationship between parts and wholes is both simple and profound, and particularly important in looking at systems structure. These morsels of wisdom are good examples of Smith-Acuña's grace as a systems theory tour guide: one moment she's digging deeper into the nuances among the theories, the next moment she's simplifying without dumbing down, but in a manner that is enormously liberating. We enjoy the fun, full, and informed journey with her. —Frank S. Pittman III, MD A practical presentation of systems theory as a fundamental model for clinical practice Valuable for seasoned mental health professionals as well as those in training, Systems Theory in Action presents systems theory—the unifying principles surrounding the organization and functioning of systems—as it applies to individual, couples, and family therapy. This innovative book explores systems theory as an effective model for general mental health practice. It examines the role systems theory can play, specifically in understanding clients' presenting problems in context, within the various systems and subsystems in which the problems are embedded. Filled with realistic clinical stories illustrating relevant concepts that tie theory to technique, Systems Theory in Action takes an in-depth look at: Systems theory as a solid guide through the dynamic process of psychotherapy The multilayered value of observing human interactions through a systems view Systemic thinking, its core components, and how it serves to reveal a «big picture» view of clients and their presenting problems Systems Theory in Action is a unique contribution to the field, translating the technical terminology of general systems thinking into common, everyday language.
Planning of DGs in Dsitribution Systems - An Optimization Approach Planning of DGs in Dsitribution Systems - An Optimization Approach Новинка

Planning of DGs in Dsitribution Systems - An Optimization Approach

Integration of distributed generators in distribution system plays major role in the planning of electric power distribution systems. While planning an engineer must look after the technical as well as economical benefits of the DG integration. Optimization is one good approach to achieve the best possible benefits from the integration of DGs in short time. In this book, optimal allocation of distributed generators in radial distribution systems using well established optimization algorithms is discussed. It includes mathematical modelling, single objective optimization, multi-objective optimization, various distribution system load models and voltage stability analysis. I hope this book is most useful for researchers and masters level students in electrical power distribution systems area.
Federated Distributed Systems Federated Distributed Systems Новинка

Federated Distributed Systems

Federated distributed systems (e.g. Grids and Clouds) are inherently large with heterogeneous resource types that may exhibit temporal conditions. They host numerous business and scientific applications. The hard challenges in provisioning these systems include: (i) Scalability - composed of distributed resources (nodes, applications and data) that aggregate together to form a massive environment; (ii) Contention - lack of cooperation among applications and users, particular set of resources can get swamped with excessive workload which undermines the utility delivered by the system; and (iii) Dynamism - resources, applications and users can leave and join the system at will. This book will help in clearly understanding the: (i) taxonomies for designing coordinated and federated distributed systems and their mapping to state-of-the-art techniques and (ii) formulation and implementation of techniques for enforcing coordination, yet ensuring scalability, among distributed platform services (e.g., load-balancers) and users. Although the book considers grid systems as an example, the techniques described here are also applicable to other classes of systems including clouds.
Checkpoints in Mobile Distributed Systems Checkpoints in Mobile Distributed Systems Новинка

Checkpoints in Mobile Distributed Systems

In the present work, we made an exhaustive study of checkpointing protocols for distributed systems. We also designed a minimum process algorithm for Mobile Distributed systems, where no useless checkpoints are taken and an effort has been made to optimize the blocking of processes. We proposed to delay the processing of selective messages at the receiver end only during the checkpointing period. We tried to reduce the Checkpointing time by avoiding formation of Checkpointing tree. The Z-dependencies are well taken care of. The proposed scheme forces zero useless checkpoints at the cost of very small blocking. We also developed a minimum-process coordinated checkpointing algorithm for deterministic mobile distributed systems, where no useless checkpoints are taken, no blocking of processes takes place, and anti-messages of very few messages are logged during checkpointing. We tried to reduce the loss of checkpointing effort when any process fails to take its checkpoint in coordination with others.
Cryptography and Chaos a New Approach in Network Security Cryptography and Chaos a New Approach in Network Security Новинка

Cryptography and Chaos a New Approach in Network Security

Now-a-days the bases of cryptographic systems are being challenged too frequently as the system computation tradition is fluxing its trend from small scale computation towards giant intact calculations. It demands of highly complex cryptographic nonlinear dynamic system. Chaos and cryptography have some common features, the most important being sensitivity to initial conditions, parameters’ and variables’ changes. Here we implemented chaotic behavior in signcryption to provide higher security when communicating a sensitive data over insecure network.
Improving the multi-tasks distribution in multi-robot systems Improving the multi-tasks distribution in multi-robot systems Новинка

Improving the multi-tasks distribution in multi-robot systems

This work study the coordination of multi-robot systems, in particular, addresses the problem of the distribution of heterogeneous multi-tasks. The main interest in these systems is to understand how from simple rules inspired by the division of labor in social insects, a group of robots can perform tasks in an organized and coordinated way. We are mainly interested on truly distributed or decentralized solutions in which the robots themselves, autonomously and in an individual manner, select a particular task so that all tasks are optimally distributed. In general, to perform the multi-tasks distribution among a team of robots, they have to synchronize their actions and exchange information. Under this approach we can speak of multi-tasks selection instead of multi-tasks assignment, which means, that the agents or robots select the tasks instead of being assigned a task by a central controller. The key element in these algorithms is the estimation of the stimuli and the adaptive update of the thresholds. This means that each robot performs this estimate locally depending on the load or the number of pending tasks to be performed.
Artificial Reasoning Systems Artificial Reasoning Systems Новинка

Artificial Reasoning Systems

Reasoning is a mental operation in which, with predefined judgments, we generate a new judgment. The artificial reasoning systems are any software application, hardware device or combination of software and hardware whose computational function is to generate conclusions from available knowledge using logical techniques of deduction, induction or other forms of reasoning. This book is focused on presenting some theory of artificial reasoning systems and some applications in medicine. The book contains two parts the first one is a deep description of many theoretical aspects in the domain of artificial reasoning as well as Case Based Reasoning, Distributed Reasoning through agents and Reasoning under Uncertainty with Fuzzy Systems. In the second part we describe some medical applications for Decision Support and Diagnosis, Explanation Aware Computing and Document Recommendation System for Health 2.0.
Meta logistics Meta logistics Новинка

Meta logistics

This Monograph is an attempt to explore the transition of current methods for design influence to design synthesis, of primary and enabling systems during system design to achieve improved operational effectiveness of fielded systems. Challenged is the notion of primary and enabling systems as separate, in achieving operational effectiveness, while embracing the development and governance of both, as separate systems. Achievement of Operational Effectiveness is to be accomplished through development of a System of Systems (SOS) model of primary and enabling systems called Meta logistics. The Meta logistics model emerges from an attempt to expand the "system boundary" or System of Interest (SOI); in order to frame, elucidate and analyze the causal relationships which are relevant to system design effectiveness, through shared contribution of primary and enabling systems, and in the process create a more robust trade space; by robust what is meant is more complete.
Irreversibility and Universality in Quantum Computation Irreversibility and Universality in Quantum Computation Новинка

Irreversibility and Universality in Quantum Computation

In this book I discuss an approach to quantum computation where the basic information units (qubits and quregisters) are replaced by density operators and the restriction to unitary operators as logical gates is lifted through the introduction of the more general concept of quantum operation. This perspective is especially suited to provide a physical description of open systems. In particular, we illustrate the advantages of this approach over the standard one and show that it can account for two important irreversible transformations already considered in the literature: the irreversible conjunction IAND and the fuzzy-like Lukasiewicz disjunction. The introduction of these new transformations allow us to investigate about the possibility to obtain reasonable conequences on the problem of university in quantum computation.
Stabilization of T-S fuzzy systems with application on a greenhouse Stabilization of T-S fuzzy systems with application on a greenhouse Новинка

Stabilization of T-S fuzzy systems with application on a greenhouse

Fuzzy Control techniques have become widespread over the last few decades in the scientific community, supported by a large number of practical applications. In particular, several studies concern the control of nonlinear systems using the Takagi–Sugeno models by using the concept of Parallel Distributed Compensation to design fuzzy regulators. Thus, this book concentrates on developing systematic procedures to design controllers for nonlinear systems which ensure closed-loop control specifications (mainly stability), with a view to their application to real systems. In the proposed procedures, the core is an LMI-based design approach. Thus, all stability analysis and controller design problems are conducted in such a way that they can be reduced to convex optimization problems, represented under Linear Matrix Inequality form.
Systems and Synthetic Biology Systems and Synthetic Biology Новинка

Systems and Synthetic Biology

Systems and Synthetic Biology brings together engineers and biologists for designing and construction of novel biomolecular components, gene networks and biosynthetic pathways. A number of genetic parts such as promoters, transcription factors and non-coding RNA have been characterized for designing and also reprogramming of organisms. A number of gene networks such as oscillator, toggle switch, amplifier and biologic gates have been constructed that is useful in reprogramming and also biological computation. This book accelerates the systems and synthetic biology research for better understanding cellular mechanism and biotechnological applications.
Computational Analysis of Nonnegative Polynomial Systems Computational Analysis of Nonnegative Polynomial Systems Новинка

Computational Analysis of Nonnegative Polynomial Systems

Nonnegative systems play an important role in various fields such as (bio)chemistry, economy, population dynamics or even in transportation modeling where the state variables of the models are often physically constrained to be nonnegative. The aim of this book is to summarize and present computation based analysis results for certain classes of nonnegative models that are primarily applied in the description of biochemical processes, and are given in the form of nonlinear ordinary differential equations. Majority of the developed analysis methods are put into an optimization framework, and they include the stability analysis and control of quasi-polynomial systems, and the computation of preferred reaction network structures from kinetic system models.
Systems Analysis and Design Systems Analysis and Design Новинка

Systems Analysis and Design

This book focuses on the hospital transaction and report flow systems in a public hospital. Systems analysis and design techniques are employed to analyze the existing system and to suggest system improvements.It involves the coordination and control of processes and activities of people and systems. A database model is established, and the implemented prototype workflow model system is presented.

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This book focuses on the distinct but tightly inter-related areas of development for distributed sensing systems In this book, the authors discuss the technological developments lead by sensor technology, addressing viable new applications to inspire a technological evolution. Under the advanced and visionary approach of distributed intelligence, the authors focus on three distinct but tightly inter-related areas of developments for distributed sensing systems (DSS): firstly, the sensor technology embracing the conversion of the phenomena of interest into desirable form of signal such as electric, secondly, the interaction process between sensing points which requires immense intelligence loosely called networking, and finally, the adoption of useful maturing systems through potential applications for right impacts for a better life and a brighter economy. Furthermore, the book contains a number of case studies and typical applications illustrating the technical details, features and functions of the systems, as well as demonstrating their benefits and limitations. Key Features: Discusses the technological developments lead by sensor technology Addresses viable new applications Contains a number of case studies and typical applications illustrating the technical details, features and functions of the systems Demonstrates the benefits and limitations of distributed sensing Written by experts with vast experience in the field (both in academia and industry) This book will be an invaluable reference for postgraduates studying related courses (communication engineering, engineering management, computer systems, industrial process, automation, design, environmental, urban, surveillance), R&D engineers, system and application designers, researchers, industrial project managers and engineers, and technical and strategic managers planning new products.
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