Aimed at control, computer, electrical, mechanical and industrial engineers, researchers and scientists, this book offers new methods to avoid bottlenecks and interruptions in manufacturing. Real-world examples of flexible manufacturing systems are included.
This volume focuses on the deeper aspects of software and hardware -- the two recognized subdivisions that make up the field of computer science. The text offers classical theoretical computer science concepts such as Unsolvability and Undecidability, among other key topics.
Collaboration is central to modern software engineering. The editors of this book have assembled an impressive selection of authors who have contributed to a body of work tackling a wide range of issues in the field of collaborative software engineering.