See the latest books for the Month of May 2009.


Aspects of network and information security

Author edited by Evangelos Kranakis, Evgueni Haroutunian, and Elisa Shahbazian
Place of Publication Amsterdam Washington D.C.
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher IOS Press

Network security is concerned with creating a secure inter-connected network that is designed so that on the one hand, users cannot perform actions that they are not allowed to perform, but on the other hand, can perform the actions that they are allowed to. Network security not only involves specifying and implementing a security policy that describes access control, but also implementing an Intrusion Detection System as a tool for detecting attempted attacks or intrusions by crackers or automated attack tools and identifying security breaches such as incoming shellcode, viruses, worms, malware and trojan horses transmitted via a computer system or network.Today’s computer infrastructure is exposed to several kinds of security threats ranging from virus attacks, unauthorized data access, sniffing and password cracking. Understanding network vulnerabilities in order to protect networks from external and internal threats is vital to the world’s economy and should be given the highest priority. Computer and network security involves many important and complicated issues and this gathering of scientists will help not only in raising awareness but also in teaching participants the state-of-the-art of security techniques. Topics in network security, information security and coding are discussed in this volume.

Collaborative decision making : perspectives and challenges

Author edited by Pascale Zaraté … [et al.]
Place of Publication Amsterdam, Netherlands
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher IOS Press

This publication presents the latest innovations and achievements of academic communities on Decision Support Systems (DSS). These advances include theory systems, computer-aided methods, algorithms, techniques and applications related to supporting decision making. The aim is to develop approaches for applying information systems technology to increase the effectiveness of decision making in situations where the computer system can support and enhance human judgments in the performance of tasks that have elements which cannot be specified in advance. Also it is intended to improve ways of synthesizing and applying relevant work from resource disciplines to practical implementation of systems that enhance decision support capability.The resource disciplines include: information technology, artificial intelligence, cognitive psychology, decision theory, organizational theory, operations research and modeling. Researchers come from the Operational Research area but also from Decision Theory, Multicriteria Decision Making methodologies, Fuzzy sets and modeling tools. Based on the introduction of Information and Communication Technologies in organizations, the decisional process is evolving from a mono actor to a multi actor situation in which cooperation is a way to make the decision.

eHealth : combining health telematics, telemedicine, biomedical engineering and bioinformatics to the edge : global experts summit textbook

Author edited by Bernd Blobel, Peter Pharow and Michael Nerlich
Place of Publication Amerstdam Washington, DC
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher IOS Press


Current demographic, economic and social conditions which developed countries are faced with require a paradigm change for delivering high quality and efficient health services. In that context, healthcare systems have to turn from organization-centered to process-oriented and finally towards individualized patient care, also called personal care, based on ehealth platform services. Interoperability requirements for ubiquitous personalized health services reach beyond current concepts of health information integration among professional stakeholders and related Electronic Patient Records. Future personal health platforms particularly have to maintain semantic interoperability among systems using different modalities and technologies, different knowledge representation and domain experts languages as well as different coding schemes and terminologies to include home care, as well as personal and mobile systems. This development is not restricted to regions or countries, but appears globally, requiring a comprehensive international collaboration. This publication within the series Studies in Health Technology and Informatics presents papers from leading international experts representing all domains involved in ehealth.

Security informatics and terrorism : patrolling the Web : social and technical problems of detecting and controlling terrorists’ use of the World Wide Web

Author edited by Cecilia S. Gal, Paul B. Kantor and Bracha Shapira
Place of Publication Amsterdam Washington, D.C.
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher IOS Press


This work is intended to be of interest to counter-terrorism experts and professionals, to academic researchers in information systems, computer science, political science and public policy, and to graduate students in these areas.

The goal of this book is to highlight several aspects of patrolling the Web that were raised and discussed by experts from different disciplines. The book includes academic studies from related technical fields, namely, computer science and information technology, the strategic point of view as presented by intelligence experts, and finally the practical point of view by experts from related industry describing lessons learned from practical efforts to tackle these problems.

This volume is organized into four major parts: definition and analysis of the subject, data-mining techniques for terrorism informatics, other theoretical methods to detect terrorists on the Web, and practical relevant industrial experience on patrolling the Web.

The Learning Grid handbook : concepts, technologies and applications

Author edited by Saverio Salerno … [et al.]
Place of Publication Amsterdam, Netherlands
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher IOS Press


Grid technologies are rising with the next generation of Internet by defining a powerful computing paradigm. Grid could be used as a technology ‘glue’ providing users with a uniform way to access resources by means of several devices. These technologies can provide a support for Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) by enabling new learning environments based on collaboration, real direct experience, personalization, ubiquity, accessibility and contextualization. Nevertheless, to be effectively used in TEL, Grid must be complemented with other elements like semantics and educational modeling; leading to the concept of ‘Learning Grid’ as defined in the homonymous Special Interest Group (SIG) of the European Network of Excellence ‘Kaleidoscope: Shaping the Scientific Evolution of Technology Enhanced Learning’. The key challenge that Kaleidoscope is facing is the scientific and structural integration of the European TEL research. In this context, the Learning Grid SIG aims at contributing to the achievement of an improvement in TEL practices through the definition of open, distributed and pervasive environments for effective human learning taking into account that effective learning requires an active attitude of learners and that learning is a social and collaborative activity so requiring a technology that allows for active and realistic experiments, personalization, knowledge creation and evolution, as well as autonomous and dynamic creation of communities. The first section of the book is about the concept of Learning Grid and related technologies. The second chapter analyses and compares existing languages for the dynamic composition of distributed learning resources and services in aLearning Grid.

Augmented learning : research and design of mobile educational games

Author Eric Klopfer
Place of Publication Cambridge, Mass.
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher MIT Press

New technology has brought with it new tools for learning, and research has shown that the educational potential of video games resonates with scholars, teachers, and students alike. In Augmented Learning, Eric Klopfer describes the largely untapped potential of mobile learning games—games played on such handheld devices as cell phones, Game Boys, and Sony PSPs—to make a substantial impact on learning. Examining mobile games from both educational and gaming perspectives, Klopfer argues that the strengths of the mobile platform—its portability, context sensitivity, connectivity, and ubiquity—make it ideal for learning games in elementary, secondary, university, and lifelong education.

Klopfer begins by exploring the past and present of education, educational technology, “edutainment,” and mobile games, and then offers a series of case studies of mobile educational games that have been developed and implemented in recent years. These games—either participatory (which require interaction with other players) or augmented reality (which augment the real world with virtual information)—can be produced at lower cost than PC or full-size console games. They use social dynamics and real-world contexts to enhance game play, can be integrated into the natural flow of instruction more easily than their big-screen counterparts, and can create compelling educational and engaging environments for learners. They are especially well-suited for helping learners at every level develop twenty-first century skills—including the ability to tackle complex problems and acquire information in “just-in-time” fashion. All of this, Klopfer argues, puts mobile learning games in a unique and powerful position within educational technology.

Data mining IX : data mining, protection, detection and other security technologies

Author editors, A. Zanasi … [et al.]
Place of Publication Southampton Boston
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher WIT

This book contains papers presented at the ninth International Conference on Data Mining, Protection, Detection and other Security Technologies held at the University of Cadiz in Spain, 2008. The applications of Data Mining are important in business, particularly large companies and government agencies, and this market is still going through a period of consolidation. This is reflected in the important transactions that have recently taken place, such as the purchase of Datops by Lexis Nexis and of ClearForest by Reuters, followed by the buying of Inxight by Business Object, later itself acquired by SAP. These vibrant market movements are to be expected in a comparatively young discipline not yet consolidated, and point to the importance of pursuing research and new applications such as some of those described in this book.

The papers in these proceedings are arranged into the following topic areas: Data Mining; Text Mining; Business and Socioeconomic Applications; Security Issues; Risk Analysis.

Digital rights management

Author Joan Van Tassel
Place of Publication Amsterdam Boston
Date of Publication c2006
Publisher Focal

 Digital rights management (DRM) is a type of server software developed to enable secure distribution – and perhaps more importantly, to disable illegal distribution – of paid content over the Web. DRM technologies are being developed as a means of protection against the online piracy of commercially marketed material, which has proliferated through the widespread use of Napster and other peer-to-peer file exchange programs. With the flourish of these file exchange programs, content owners, creators and producers need to have a plan to distribute their content digitally and protect it at the same time-a seemingly impossible task. There are numerous books dealing with copyright, eBusiness, the Internet, privacy, security, content management, and related technical subjects. Additionally, there are several research papers, and almost daily newspaper and magazine articles dealing with digital piracy. However, there are only a few books and documents that bring these together as a basis for profitable exchange of digital content.”Digital Rights Management” can help content providers make money by unifying the confusing array of concepts that swirl around current presentations of DRM in newspapers and business publications. Learn from an award winning author and Emmy nominee. This title is perfect for the non-technical decision maker, content owner or DRM implementation manager. It details all the options from legal to technical.

Elements of argumentation

Author Philippe Besnard and Anthony Hunter
Place of Publication Cambridge, Mass.
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher MIT Press

 ILogic-based formalizations of argumentation, which assume a set of formulae and then lay out arguments and counterarguments that can be obtained from these formulae, have been refined in recent years in an attempt to capture more closely real-world practical argumentation. In Elements of Argumentation, Philippe Besnard and Anthony Hunter introduce techniques for formalizing deductive argumentation in artificial intelligence, emphasizing emerging formalizations for practical argumentation. Besnard and Hunter discuss how arguments can be constructed, how key intrinsic and extrinsic factors can be identified, and how these analyses can be harnessed for formalizing argumentation for use in real-world problem analysis and decision making.

The book focuses on a monological approach to argumentation, in which there is a set of possibly conflicting pieces of information (each represented by a formula) that has been collated by an agent or a pool of agents. The role of argumentation is to construct a collection of arguments and counterarguments pertaining to some particular claim of interest to be used for analysis or presentation.

Elements of Argumentation is the first book to elucidate and formalize key elements of deductive argumentation. It will be a valuable reference for researchers in computer science and artificial intelligence and of interest to scholars in such fields as logic, philosophy, linguistics, and cognitive science.

Human motion : understanding, modelling, capture and animation

Author edited by Bodo Rosenhahn, Reinhard Klette, and Dimitris Metaxas
Place of Publication Dordrecht, Netherlands
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher Springer


The study of human motion dates back more than 2000 years. With the event of information technology, new areas have been added to this field. Research using computer vision and computer graphics contributes to a transformation of biomechanics into a discipline that now applies computing technology throughout; on the other hand, computer vision and computer graphics also benefit from defining goals aimed at solving problems in biomechanics. Besides interactions, all three areas also developed their own inherent research dynamics towards studying human motion.

Researchers from all three of these areas have contributed to this book to promote the establishment of human motion research as a multi-facetted discipline and to improve the exchange of ideas and concepts between these three areas. Some chapters review the state of the art whilst others report on leading edge research results, with applications in medicine, sport science, cinematography and robotics.

Oracle 10g database administrator II : backup/recovery & network administration

Author Claire Rajan
Place of Publication Australia Boston, Mass.
Date of Publication c2007
Publisher Thomson Course Technology

 Oracle 10g Database Administrator II: Backup/Recovery uses the most current database release from Oracle to provide thorough coverage of an Oracle database through the day-to-day duties of a database administrator. This text drills down key tools and techniques for Oracle database backup, recovery and network administration and provides good preparation for the update Oracle certification exam, Database Fundamentals I (#1Z0-043). In addition to extensive review material, the end of chapter content also includes comprehensive coverage of the exam objectives and exam-like practice questions. This text is the perfect compliment to the Oracle 10g: Database Administrator: Implementation and Administration (DBA1) text and the 1Z0-042.

Predicting structured data

Author edited by Gökhan Bakır … [et al.]
Place of Publication Cambridge, Mass.
Date of Publication c2007
Publisher MIT Press

 Machine learning develops intelligent computer systems that are able to generalize from previously seen examples. A new domain of machine learning, in which the prediction must satisfy the additional constraints found in structured data, poses one of machine learning’s greatest challenges: learning functional dependencies between arbitrary input and output domains. This volume presents and analyzes the state of the art in machine learning algorithms and theory in this novel field. The contributors discuss applications as diverse as machine translation, document markup, computational biology, and information extraction, among others, providing a timely overview of an exciting field.

Prediction, learning, and games

Author Nicolo Cesa-Bianchi, Gabor Lugosi
Place of Publication Cambridge New York
Date of Publication c2006
Publisher Cambridge University Press

This important new text and reference for researchers and students in machine learning, game theory, statistics and information theory offers the first comprehensive treatment of the problem of predicting individual sequences. Unlike standard statistical approaches to forecasting, prediction of individual sequences does not impose any probabilistic assumption on the data-generating mechanism. Yet, prediction algorithms can be constructed that work well for all possible sequences, in the sense that their performance is always nearly as good as the best forecasting strategy in a given reference class. The central theme is the model of prediction using expert advice, a general framework within which many related problems can be cast and discussed. Repeated game playing, adaptive data compression, sequential investment in the stock market, sequential pattern analysis, and several other problems are viewed as instances of the experts’ framework and analyzed from a common nonstochastic standpoint that often reveals new and intriguing connections. Old and new forecasting methods are described in a mathematically precise way in order to characterize their theoretical limitations and possibilities.

Principles of model checking

Author Christel Baier, Joost-Pieter Katoen
Place of Publication Cambridge, Mass.
Date of Publication [2008?]
Publisher MIT Press

Our growing dependence on increasingly complex computer and software systems necessitates the development of formalisms, techniques, and tools for assessing functional properties of these systems. One such technique that has emerged in the last twenty years is model checking, which systematically (and automatically) checks whether a model of a given system satisfies a desired property such as deadlock freedom, invariants, or request-response properties. This automated technique for verification and debugging has developed into a mature and widely used approach with many applications. Principles of Model Checking offers a comprehensive introduction to model checking that is not only a text suitable for classroom use but also a valuable reference for researchers and practitioners in the field.

The book begins with the basic principles for modeling concurrent and communicating systems, introduces different classes of properties (including safety and liveness), presents the notion of fairness, and provides automata-based algorithms for these properties. It introduces the temporal logics LTL and CTL, compares them, and covers algorithms for verifying these logics, discussing real-time systems as well as systems subject to random phenomena. Separate chapters treat such efficiency-improving techniques as abstraction and symbolic manipulation. The book includes an extensive set of examples (most of which run through several chapters) and a complete set of basic results accompanied by detailed proofs. Each chapter concludes with a summary, bibliographic notes, and an extensive list of exercises of both practical and theoretical nature.

Ruby programming for medicine and biology

Author Jules J. Berman.
Place of Publication Sudbury, Mass.
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher Jones and Bartlett Publishersr

Part of the JONES AND BARTLETT SERIES IN BIOMEDICAL INFORMATICS Once again, Jules J. Berman provides biomedical researchers and hospital professionals with an introduction to a time-saving programming language. In this new how-to manual, Berman expertly guides both experienced and inexperienced programmers through the Ruby programming language. Ruby Programming for Medicine and Biology opens with three chapters of Ruby language instruction followed by discussions of 100 ruby scripts covering the most common computational tasks in the field of biomedicine. With helpful explanations of how scripts work, and how they might be implemented in real-world situations, readers will become familiar with this free, open source, object-oriented programming language that is quickly gaining momentum within the bioinformatics community.

Design concepts in programming languages

Author Ranklyn Turbak and David Gifford with Mark A. Sheldon
Place of Publication Cambridge, Mass.
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher MIT Press


Hundreds of programming languages are in use today—scripting languages for Internet commerce, user interface programming tools, spreadsheet macros, page format specification languages, and many others. Designing a programming language is a metaprogramming activity that bears certain similarities to programming in a regular language, with clarity and simplicity even more important than in ordinary programming. This comprehensive text uses a simple and concise framework to teach key ideas in programming language design and implementation. The book’s unique approach is based on a family of syntactically simple pedagogical languages that allow students to explore programming language concepts systematically. It takes as its premise and starting point the idea that when language behaviors become incredibly complex, the description of the behaviors must be incredibly simple.

The book presents a set of tools (a mathematical metalanguage, abstract syntax, operational and denotational semantics) and uses it to explore a comprehensive set of programming language design dimensions, including dynamic semantics (naming, state, control, data), static semantics (types, type reconstruction, polymporphism, effects), and pragmatics (compilation, garbage collection). The many examples and exercises offer students opportunities to apply the foundational ideas explained in the text. Specialized topics and code that implements many of the algorithms and compilation methods in the book can be found on the book’s Web site, along with such additional material as a section on concurrency and proofs of the theorems in the text. The book is suitable as a text for an introductory graduate or advanced undergraduate programming languages course; it can also serve as a reference for researchers and practitioners.

Mobile agents : basic concepts, mobility models, and the Tracy toolkit

Author Peter Braun, Wilhelm Rossak.
Place of Publication San Francisco, Calif.
Date of Publication c2005
Publisher Dpunkt.verlag

Mobile agents are software nomads that act as your personal representative, working autonomously through networks. They are able to visit network nodes directly using available computing power and are not limited by platform. This emerging field is now poised to become a cornerstone for new Web-based ubiquitous computing environments. “Mobile Agents” provides a practical introduction to mobile agent technology and surveys the state of the art in mobile agent research. Students and researchers can use the book as an introduction to the concepts and possibilities of this field and as an overview of ongoing research. Developers can use it to identify the capabilities of the technology to decide if mobile agents are the right solution for them. Practioners can also gain hands-on experience in programming mobile agents through exploration of the source code for a complete mobile agent environment available through the companion website. This work summarizes the state of the art in mobile agent research, and identifies the benefits and limitations of current mobile agent technology to help developers understand the possibilities of this new field.It is accompanied by extensive mobile agents web portal with the Java source code for a complete industrial-quality environment for mobile agents, with significant parts of the system open source.

Thinking recursively with Java

Author Eric Roberts
Place of Publication Hoboken, N.J.
Date of Publication c2006
Publisher Wiley

* Updated and revised to include the use of Java for programming examples, this book provides readers with a thorough and clear introduction to the difficult concept of recursion
* Uses a broad range of examples to illustrate the principles used in recursion and how to apply them to programming
* Features imaginative examples along with various exercises and their solutions.

Recent developments in biologically inspired computing

Author [edited by] Leandro Nunes De Castro, Fernando J. Von Zuben
Place of Publication Hershey, Pa.
Date of Publication c2005
Publisher Idea Group Pub.

Recent Developments in Biologically Inspired Computing is necessary reading for undergraduate and graduate students, and researchers interested in knowing the most recent advances in problem solving techniques inspired by nature. This book covers the most relevant areas in computational intelligence, including evolutionary algorithms, artificial neural networks, artificial immune systems and swarm systems. It also brings together novel and philosophical trends in the exciting fields of artificial life and robotics. This book has the advantage of covering a large number of computational approaches, presenting the state-of-the-art before entering into the details of specific extensions and new developments. Pseudocodes, flow charts and examples of applications are provided so as to help newcomers and mature researchers to get the point of the new approaches presented.

The art of designing embedded systems

Author Jack Ganssle
Place of Publication Amsterdam Boston
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher Elsevier / Newnes

Jack Ganssle has been forming the careers of embedded engineers for 20+ years. He has done this with four books, over 500 articles, a weekly column, and continuous lecturing. Technology moves fast and since the first edition of this best-selling classic much has changed. The new edition will reflect the author’s new and ever evolving philosophy in the face of new technology and realities.

Now more than ever an overarching philosophy of development is needed before just sitting down to build an application. Practicing embedded engineers will find that Jack provides a high-level strategic plan of attack to the often times chaotic and ad hoc design and development process. He helps frame and solve the issues an engineer confronts with real-time code and applications, hardware and software coexistences, and streamlines detail management.

Digital signal processing system design : LabVIEW-based hybrid programming

Author by Nasser Kehtarnavaz with laboratory contributions by Namjin Kim and Qingzhong Peng
Place of Publication Amsterdam Boston
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher Academic Press/Elsevier


This book combines textual and graphical programming to form a hybrid programming approach, enabling a more effective means of building and analyzing DSP systems. The hybrid programming approach allows the use of previously developed textual programming solutions to be integrated into LabVIEW’s highly interactive and visual environment, providing an easier and quicker method for building DSP systems. This book is an ideal introduction for engineers and students seeking to develop DSP systems in quick time.

Digital signal processing : instant access

Author James D. Broesch, Dag Stranneby, William Walker
Place of Publication Amsterdam Boston
Date of Publication c2009
Publisher Newnes/Elsevier


Digital signal processing is commonplace in most electronics including MP3 players, HDTVs, and phones, just to name a few of the applications. The engineers creating these devices are in need of essential information at a moment’s notice. The Instant Access Series provides all the critical content that a signal or communications engineer needs in his or her daily work.

This book provides an introduction to DSPs as well as succinct overviews of linear systems, digital filters, and digital compression. This book is filled with images, figures, tables, and easy to find tips and tricks for the engineer that needs material fast to complete projects to deadline.

Digital video and DSP : instant access

Author Keith Jack
Place of Publication Amsterdam Boston
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher Newnes/Elsevier


Digital video is everywhere! The engineers creating HDTV, mp3 players, and smart phones and their components are in need of essential information at a moment’s notice. The Instant Access Series provides all the critical content that a digital video engineer needs in his or her daily work.

This book provides an introduction to video as well as succinct overviews of analog and digital interfaces along with signal processing. This book is filled with images, figures, tables, and easy to find tips and tricks for the engineer that needs material fast to complete projects to deadline.

Fabrication and welding engineering

Author Roger Timings
Place of Publication Amsterdam
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher Elsevier


This brand new textbook by one of the leading engineering authors covers basic sheet-metal fabrication and welding engineering principles and applications in one volume – an unrivalled comprehensive coverage that reflects current working and teaching practice. It is fully up-to-date with the latest technical information and best practice and also includes chapters on non-technical but equally essential subjects such as health and safety, personal development and communication of technical information.

FPGAs : instant access

Author Clive “Max” Maxfield
Place of Publication Amsterdam Boston
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher Newnes


FPGAs are central to electronic design! The engineers designing these devices are in need of essential information at a moment’s notice. The Instant Access Series provides all the critical content that a computer design engineer needs in his or her daily work.

This book provides an introduction to FPGAs as well as succinct overviews of fundamental concepts and basic programming. FPGAs are a customizable chip flexible enough to be deployed in a wide range of products and applications. There are several basic design flows detailed including ones based in C/C++, DSP, and HDL. This book is filled with images, figures, tables, and easy to find tips and tricks for the engineer that needs material fast to complete projects to deadline.

Mechanical engineering : BTEC National Engineering Specialist Units

Author Alan Darbyshire
Place of Publication Amsterdam
Date of Publication c2008
Publisher Elsevier


The second edition of this established textbook fully covers the most popular specialist units of the Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering and Operations and Maintenance Engineering pathways of the 2007 BTEC National Engineering syllabus.

Network security : current status and future directions

Author edited by Christos Douligeris Dimitrios N. Serpanos
Place of Publication Hoboken, N.J.
Date of Publication c2007
Publisher John Wiley [distributor]


A unique overview of network security issues, solutions, and methodologies at an architectural and research level.

Network Security provides the latest research and addresses likely future developments in network security protocols, architectures, policy, and implementations. It covers a wide range of topics dealing with network security, including secure routing, designing firewalls, mobile agent security, Bluetooth security, wireless sensor networks, securing digital content, and much more.

Leading authorities in the field provide reliable information on the current state of security protocols, architectures, implementations, and policies. Contributors analyze research activities, proposals, trends, and state-of-the-art aspects of security and provide expert insights into the future of the industry.

Computational intelligence : an introduction

Author Andries P. Engelbrecht
Place of Publication Chichester, England Hoboken, NJ
Date of Publication c2007
Publisher John Wiley & Sons


Computational Intelligence: An Introduction, Second Edition offers an in-depth exploration into the adaptive mechanisms that enable intelligent behaviour in complex and changing environments. The main focus of this text is centred on the computational modelling of biological and natural intelligent systems, encompassing swarm intelligence, fuzzy systems, artificial neutral networks, artificial immune systems and evolutionary computation.

Engelbrecht provides readers with a wide knowledge of Computational Intelligence (CI) paradigms and algorithms; inviting readers to implement and problem solve real-world, complex problems within the CI development framework. This implementation framework will enable readers to tackle new problems without any difficulty through a single Java class as part of the CI library.

Computational Intelligence: An Introduction, Second Edition is essential reading for third and fourth year undergraduate and postgraduate students studying CI. The first edition has been prescribed by a number of overseas universities and is thus a valuable teaching tool. In addition, it will also be a useful resource for researchers in Computational Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence, as well as engineers, statisticians, operational researchers, and bioinformaticians with an interest in applying AI or CI to solve problems in their domains.

S60 programming : a tutorial guide

Author Paul Coulton, Reuben Edwards, with Helen Clemson
Place of Publication Hoboken, NJ
Date of Publication c2007
Publisher John Wiley


Based on the authors’ experiences in developing and teaching Symbian OS, this practical guide is perfect for programmers and provides a series of example-based scenarios that show how to develop Symbian applications.

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