This introductory text covers analysis and processing of multimedia signals - audio, images and video - connecting these principles to important elements of multimedia systems such as analysis of optical media, computer networks, QoS and digital watermarking.
Here is a landmark exploration of both the philosophical and methodological issues surrounding the search for true artificial intelligence. This book features contributions from distinguished psychologists, computer scientists, philosophers, and programmers.
Containing numerous exercises, this book deals with the scientific discipline that enables similar perception in machines through pattern recognition (PR). The book offers an exposition of principal topics in PR using an algorithmic approach.
Principles of Compilers explores the natural intelligence of human beings by comparing the compilations of natural languages with programming languages. Readers will find a thorough explanation the LL(1) and LR(1) parsing methods.
Programming Languages is a self-contained approach to the topic, and differentiates between the design, implementation and pragmatic aspects of programming languages overall. The main programming paradigms are presented, in a straightforward way.
This book contributes to progress in spoken dialogue systems with a new, data-driven methodology. Covers Spoken and Multimodal dialogue systems; Wizard-of-Oz data collection; User Simulation methods; Reinforcement Learning and Evaluation methodologies.