Philipp Kristian's latest book, RESET, examines what's next for us all and proffers a vision for how we can rewrite our future together.
Basic Concepts in Algorithms focuses on paradigms and methods combining basic programming constructs as building blocks and shows their usefulness in the derivation of algorithms. The coverage of the book includes the algorithms' design process and an analysis of their performance. It is self-contained and primarily intended as a textbook for the teaching of Algorithms for second year undergraduate students in fields related to computers and programming.
Through the last few decades, technologies have improved processes within the four walls of a business, e-commerce has evolved significantly, and other supply chain systems are moving products to the market more efficiently than ever. The evolution hasn't stopped there. Today, supply chain digitalization is ushering in a whole new business model, one where real-time connectivity and responsiveness, greater visibility, and anticipation will become the underlying characteristics of our businesses. It won't happen overnight.
New book, The Gene's-Eye View of Evolution, reviews the history of the gene's-eye view of evolution by describing current disagreements and conceptual debates, and highlighting its value in contemporary evolutionary biology.
- In her new book, Just Like Family: How Companion Animals Joined the Household SMU sociologist Andrea Laurent-Simpson asserts what most pet-owners already know - the American family structure is changing to include nonhuman species, and the implications are huge. Americans choose homes with yards for their pets, spend billions of dollars on pet products and squabble over custody in divorce hearings. We treat pets like family because they are family.
The pandemic has the potential to be a watershed moment for social policy, but this is not a foregone conclusion, say Essex and Lancaster University researchers. They call for a human rights framework to be central to the planning for a post-COVID future for the sake of equity, justice, and sustainability. Authors of a new book call for the focus to be firmly on medical care, food, housing, 'other necessary social services' and access to digital technology.
Coronaviruses presents compilations of reviews which present information about coronaviridae, (virology and molecular biology), on SARS-CoV-2 infection and related topics (COVID-19 epidemiology, economic impact, and so on. The series should prove to be an essential resource on this group of viruses for multidisciplinary researchers and healthcare professionals alike.
This manual explains the application of nanoparticles in medical diagnosis and treatment. It is a ready reference on the subject, starting with the introduction to nanoparticles and progressing to synthetic procedures for Nano therapeutics, human disease diagnosis and Nano carrier-based drug delivery.
Systematic Architectural Design for Optimal Wind Energy Generation is a learning approach to the subject that highlights key concepts in architectural science and wind energy physics. It introduces readers to the application of computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) tools to visualize and simulate architectural forms under wind actions.
This book primarily introduces 6G wireless communication and mobile networking with respect to key technologies and future trends. The book provides a complete introduction to 6G vision and technology. It Consists of both basic theories and frontier technologies. which can significantly help wireless researchers and engineers.