This textbook for senior undergraduate and graduates covers all relevant aspects of radio frequency circuits, from fundamentals in electromagnetic transmission and signal propagation to the system communication theory behind the RF transceiver operation.
This book shows the practical use of wikis. It includes a step-by-step introduction to wiki philosophy, social effects and functions, a survey of their controls and components, and the installation and configuration of the wiki clones MediaWiki, TWiki and Confluence.
The concept of Whole Body Interaction explores the integration of input and output from human motion and physiology, cognitive models and emotional states. This book offers extended papers submitted to the ACM SIGCHI 2009 Workshop on Whole Body Interaction.
This engaging and accessible book presents a set of representative concepts connected by the theme of information security, demonstrating how each allows us to solve real problems. The discussions are supported by many examples and practical exercises.
This book probes four types of Web-based support systems (WSS) research: WSS for specific domains, Web-based applications, techniques related to WSS and design, and development of WSS. The aim is to meet the opportunities of WSS, and keep pace with progress.
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Web Services and Formal Methods, WS-FM 2013, held in Beijing, China, in August 2013. The 8 papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 19 submissions. They cover aspects such as control-flow relations using Petri nets, consistency of cloud stores, model checking, model-drives design, analysis of context-aware systems.
This book focuses on a framework for web service mining that is inspired by molecular recognition and the drug discovery process. Known as a molecular based approach, the concept provides performance benchmarks for assessing web service mining algorithms.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Web Reasoning and Rule Systems, RR 2014, held in Athens, Greece in September 2014. The 9 full papers, 9 technical communications and 5 poster presentations presented together with 3 invited talks, 3 doctoral consortial papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 33 submissions. The conference covers a wide range of the following: semantic Web, rule and ontology languages, and related logics, reasoning, querying, searching and optimization, incompleteness, inconsistency and uncertainty, non-monotonic, common sense, and closed-world reasoning for the web, dynamic information, stream reasoning and complex event processing, decision making, planning, and intelligent agents, machine learning, knowledge extraction and information retrieval, data management, data integration and reasoning on the web of data, ontology-based data access, system descriptions, applications and experiences.