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|Author||: Serban E. Vlad|
|Total Pages||: 458|
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The Boolean functions may be iterated either asynchronously, when their coordinates are computed independently of each other, or synchronously, when their coordinates are computed at the same time. In Boolean Systems: Topics in Asynchronicity, a book addressed to mathematicians and computer scientists interested in Boolean systems and their use in modelling, author Serban E. Vlad presents a consistent and original mathematical theory of the discrete-time Boolean asynchronous systems. The purpose of the book is to set forth the concepts of such a theory, resulting from the synchronous Boolean system theory and mostly from the synchronous real system theory, by analogy, and to indicate the way in which known synchronous deterministic concepts generate new asynchronous nondeterministic concepts. The reader will be introduced to the dependence on the initial conditions, periodicity, path-connectedness, topological transitivity, and chaos. A property of major importance is invariance, which is present in five versions. In relation to it, the reader will study the maximal invariant subsets, the minimal invariant supersets, the minimal invariant subsets, connectedness, separation, the basins of attraction, and attractors. The stability of the systems and their time-reversal symmetry end the topics that refer to the systems without input. The rest of the book is concerned with input systems. The most consistent chapters of this part of the book refer to the fundamental operating mode and to the combinational systems (systems without feedback). The chapter Wires, Gates, and Flip-Flops presents a variety of applications. The first appendix addresses the issue of continuous time, and the second one sketches the important theory of Daizhan Cheng, which is put in relation to asynchronicity. The third appendix is a bridge between asynchronicity and the symbolic dynamics of Douglas Lind and Brian Marcus. Presents a consistent and original theory of the discrete-time Boolean asynchronous systems, which are useful for mathematicians and computer scientists interested in Boolean Networks, dynamical systems, and modeling. Studies the flows and equations of evolution, nullclines, dependence on initial conditions, periodicity, path-connectedness, topological transitivity, chaos, nonwandering points, invariance, connectedness, and separation, as well as the basins of attraction, attractors, stability, and time-reversal symmetry. Explains the fundamental operating mode of the input systems and the combinational systems (systems without feedback). Includes a chapter of applications of the Boolean systems and their modeling techniques. Makes use of the unbounded delay model of computation of the Boolean functions.
|Author||: Christian Herde|
|Publsiher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Total Pages||: 163|
Download Efficient Solving of Large Arithmetic Constraint Systems with Complex Boolean Structure Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Christian Herde deals with the development of decision procedures as needed, e.g., for automatic verification of hardware and software systems via bounded model checking. He provides methods for efficiently solving formulae comprising complex Boolean combinations of linear, polynomial, and transcendental arithmetic constraints, involving thousands of Boolean-, integer-, and real-valued variables.
|Author||: Frank Markham Brown|
|Publsiher||: Courier Corporation|
|Total Pages||: 304|
Download Boolean Reasoning Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Concise text begins with overview of elementary mathematical concepts and outlines theory of Boolean algebras; defines operators for elimination, division, and expansion; covers syllogistic reasoning, solution of Boolean equations, functional deduction. 1990 edition.
|Author||: Bahman Zohuri,Masoud Moghaddam|
|Total Pages||: 425|
|Genre||: Technology & Engineering|
Download Business Resilience System BRS Driven Through Boolean Fuzzy Logics and Cloud Computation Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book provides a technical approach to a Business Resilience System with its Risk Atom and Processing Data Point based on fuzzy logic and cloud computation in real time. Its purpose and objectives define a clear set of expectations for Organizations and Enterprises so their network system and supply chain are totally resilient and protected against cyber-attacks, manmade threats, and natural disasters. These enterprises include financial, organizational, homeland security, and supply chain operations with multi-point manufacturing across the world. Market shares and marketing advantages are expected to result from the implementation of the system. The collected information and defined objectives form the basis to monitor and analyze the data through cloud computation, and will guarantee the success of their survivability's against any unexpected threats. This book will be useful for advanced undergraduate and graduate students in the field of computer engineering, engineers that work for manufacturing companies, business analysts in retail and e-Commerce, and those working in the defense industry, Information Security, and Information Technology.
|Author||: Stefano Spaccapietra,Ramesh Jain|
|Total Pages||: 428|
Download Visual Database Systems 3 Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Both the way we look at data, through a DBMS, and the nature of data we ask a DBMS to manage have drastically evolved over the last decade, moving from text to images (and to sound to a lesser extent). Visual representations are used extensively within new user interfaces. Powerful visual approaches are being experimented for data manipulation, including the investigation of three dimensional display techniques. Similarly, sophisticated data visualization techniques are dramatically improving the understanding of the information extracted from a database. On the other hand, more and more applications use images as basic data or to enhance the quality and richness of data manipulation services. Image management has opened a wide area of new research topics in image understanding and analysis. The IFIP 2.6 Working Group on Databases strongly believes that a significant mutual enrichment is possible by confronting ideas, concepts and techniques supporting the work of researcher and practitioners in the two areas of visual interfaces to DBMS and DBMS management of visual data. For this reason, IFIP 2.6 has launched a series of conferences on Visual Database Systems. The first one has been held in Tokyo, 1989. VDB-2 was held in Budapest, 1991. This conference is the third in the series. As the preceding editions, the conference addresses researchers and practitioners active or interested in user interfaces, human-computer communication, knowledge representation and management, image processing and understanding, multimedia database techniques and computer vision.
|Author||: P. L. Hammer,S. Rudeanu|
|Publsiher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Total Pages||: 331|
|Genre||: Business & Economics|
Download Boolean Methods in Operations Research and Related Areas Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
In classical analysis, there is a vast difference between the class of problems that may be handled by means of the methods of calculus and the class of problems requiring combinatorial techniques. With the advent of the digital computer, the distinction begins to blur, and with the increasing emphasis on problems involving optimization over structures, tIlE' distinction vanishes. What is necessary for the analytic and computational treatment of significant questions arising in modern control theory, mathematical economics, scheduling theory, operations research, bioengineering, and so forth is a new and more flexible mathematical theory which subsumes both the cla8sical continuous and discrete t 19orithms. The work by HAMMER (IVANESCU) and RUDEANU on Boolean methods represents an important step in this dnectlOn, and it is thus a great pleasure to welcome it into print. It will certainly stimulate a great deal of additional research in both theory and application. RICHARD BELLMAN University of Southern California FOf(,WOl'
|Author||: Karen Sparck Jones,Peter Willett|
|Publsiher||: Morgan Kaufmann|
|Total Pages||: 614|
|Genre||: Information retrieval|
Download Readings in Information Retrieval Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This compilation of original papers on information retrieval presents an overview, covering both general theory and specific methods, of the development and current status of information retrieval systems. Each chapter contains several papers carefully chosen to represent substantive research work that has been carried out in that area, each is preceded by an introductory overview and followed by supported references for further reading.
|Author||: Zbigniew W Ras,Li-Shiang Tsay|
|Publsiher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Total Pages||: 366|
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Intelligent Information Systems (IIS) can be defined as the next generation of Information Systems (IS) developed as a result of integration of AI and database (DB) technologies. IIS embody knowledge that allows them to exhibit intelligent behavior, allows them to cooperate with users and other systems in problem solving, discovery, retrieval, and manipulation of data and knowledge. For any IIS to serve its purpose, the information must be available when it is needed. This means that the computing systems used to store data and process the information, and the security controls used to protect it must be functioning correctly. This book covers some of the above topics and it is divided into four sections: Classification, Approximation and Data Security, Knowledge Management, and Application of IIS to medical and music domains.