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ADVANCES IN COMPUTERS VOL 10.

By: Alt, Franz L.
Contributor(s): Rubinoff, Morris.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Advances in Computers: Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2014Description: 1 online resource (335 p.).ISBN: 9780080566429.Subject(s): Computers -- Periodicals | Computers | Electronic data processing -- Periodicals | Electronic data processingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: ADVANCES IN COMPUTERS VOL 10DDC classification: 004 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Advances in Computers, Volume 10; Copyright Page; Contents; Contributors; Preface; Contents of Previous Volumes; Chapter 1. Humanism, Technology, and Language; Text; Chapter 2. Three Computer Cultures: Computer Technology, Computer Mathematics, and Computer Science; 1. The Computer Revolution; 2. Technological and Scientific Programming Languages; 3. Mathematical Models Related to Computers; 4. Substitution, Binding, References, and Assignment; 5. Information Structure Models; 6. Programming Language Models; 7. Technological Plateau or Scientific Challenge; Reference
Chapter 3. Mathematics in 1984-The Impact of Computers1. Introduction; 2. The Application of Computers to Conventional Problems; 3. The Tool Kit of the Future; 4. Conclusions; References; Chapter 4. Computing from the Communication Point of View; 1. Introduction; 2. Transmission of Computer Information; 3. Coding of Information; 4. Computer-Communication Networks; 5. Conclusion; References; Chapter 5. Computer-Man Communication: Using Computer Graphics in the Instructional Process; 1. Introduction and Concepts
2. Prokop's Experiment-Using a Computer Graphics System to Aid Executive Evaluation of Inventory Policy3. Oliver's Experiment-Using a Computer Graphics System for Teaching Numerical Analysis; 4. The Pikaplot Project; 5. Johnson's Experiment-Computer-Administered Instruction; 6. Conclusions; References; Chapter 6. Computers and Publishing : Writing, Editing, and Printing; 1. Introduction; 2. Computerized Typesetting and Printing; 3. Program and Manuscript Text Editors; 4. Conclusions; References; Chapter 7. A Unified Approach to Pattern Analysis; 1. Introduction; 2. The Formalism
3. Divisio et Denominatio (Division and Naming)4. Patterns of Style; 5. Some Pictorial Patterns; 6. Deformed Patterns; 7. Image-Dependent Deformations; 8. Paradigmatic Deformations; References; Chapter 8. Use of Computers in Biomedical Pattern Recognition; 2. Resolution Requirements for Initial Picture Digitization; 3. Recognition and Separation of Overlapping and Touching Chromosomes; 4. Analysis of Cells; 5. Patterns in X Rays of Bone; 6. Patterns in Protein Sequences; 7. Medical Diagnosis as Pattern Recognition; 8. Biological Classification of Patterns; References
Chapter 9. Numerical Methods of Stress Analysis1. Introduction; 2. Fundamental Concepts Illustrated by Rod Problem; 3. Plane Stress: Basic Procedure; 4. Plane Stress: Alternative Points of View; Improvements; 5. Beams and Plates; 6. Use of Discontinuous Fields; 7. Concluding Remarks; References; Chapter 10. Spline Approximation and Computer-Aided Design; 1. Introduction; 2. General Properties of Cubic Splines; 3. Graphics Package Considerations; 4. Representation of Cubic Splines; 5. Construction of Cubic Splines; 6. Cardinal Splines; 7. Limiting Behavior of Cardinal Splines; Reference
Chapter 11. Logic per Track Devices
Summary: ADVANCES IN COMPUTERS VOL 10
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Front Cover; Advances in Computers, Volume 10; Copyright Page; Contents; Contributors; Preface; Contents of Previous Volumes; Chapter 1. Humanism, Technology, and Language; Text; Chapter 2. Three Computer Cultures: Computer Technology, Computer Mathematics, and Computer Science; 1. The Computer Revolution; 2. Technological and Scientific Programming Languages; 3. Mathematical Models Related to Computers; 4. Substitution, Binding, References, and Assignment; 5. Information Structure Models; 6. Programming Language Models; 7. Technological Plateau or Scientific Challenge; Reference

Chapter 3. Mathematics in 1984-The Impact of Computers1. Introduction; 2. The Application of Computers to Conventional Problems; 3. The Tool Kit of the Future; 4. Conclusions; References; Chapter 4. Computing from the Communication Point of View; 1. Introduction; 2. Transmission of Computer Information; 3. Coding of Information; 4. Computer-Communication Networks; 5. Conclusion; References; Chapter 5. Computer-Man Communication: Using Computer Graphics in the Instructional Process; 1. Introduction and Concepts

2. Prokop's Experiment-Using a Computer Graphics System to Aid Executive Evaluation of Inventory Policy3. Oliver's Experiment-Using a Computer Graphics System for Teaching Numerical Analysis; 4. The Pikaplot Project; 5. Johnson's Experiment-Computer-Administered Instruction; 6. Conclusions; References; Chapter 6. Computers and Publishing : Writing, Editing, and Printing; 1. Introduction; 2. Computerized Typesetting and Printing; 3. Program and Manuscript Text Editors; 4. Conclusions; References; Chapter 7. A Unified Approach to Pattern Analysis; 1. Introduction; 2. The Formalism

3. Divisio et Denominatio (Division and Naming)4. Patterns of Style; 5. Some Pictorial Patterns; 6. Deformed Patterns; 7. Image-Dependent Deformations; 8. Paradigmatic Deformations; References; Chapter 8. Use of Computers in Biomedical Pattern Recognition; 2. Resolution Requirements for Initial Picture Digitization; 3. Recognition and Separation of Overlapping and Touching Chromosomes; 4. Analysis of Cells; 5. Patterns in X Rays of Bone; 6. Patterns in Protein Sequences; 7. Medical Diagnosis as Pattern Recognition; 8. Biological Classification of Patterns; References

Chapter 9. Numerical Methods of Stress Analysis1. Introduction; 2. Fundamental Concepts Illustrated by Rod Problem; 3. Plane Stress: Basic Procedure; 4. Plane Stress: Alternative Points of View; Improvements; 5. Beams and Plates; 6. Use of Discontinuous Fields; 7. Concluding Remarks; References; Chapter 10. Spline Approximation and Computer-Aided Design; 1. Introduction; 2. General Properties of Cubic Splines; 3. Graphics Package Considerations; 4. Representation of Cubic Splines; 5. Construction of Cubic Splines; 6. Cardinal Splines; 7. Limiting Behavior of Cardinal Splines; Reference

Chapter 11. Logic per Track Devices

ADVANCES IN COMPUTERS VOL 10

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