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The Human Side of Intranets: Content, Style, and Politics

Jerry W. Koehler, Thom Dupper, Marvin D. Scaff, Fred Reitberger, Patti Paxson
October 27, 1997

Intranets have changed the way organizations around the world communicate. Many business people are intimidated by this technological revolution-but they need not be! The Human Side of Intranets guides you through the daunting task of transforming communication within your business. This book is...

Patterns, Models, and Application Development: A C++ Programmer's Reference

Julio Sanchez, Maria P. Canton
October 24, 1997

Patterns, Models, and Application Development, a new book from two experts in C++, integrates a methodology for program development and covers three main categories: object modeling as a program design tool, design patterns and their modeling in C++ language structures, and a discussion of the...

Computational Intelligence: An Introduction

Witold Pedrycz
September 08, 1997

Computational intelligence as a new development paradigm of intelligent systems has resulted from a synergy between neural networks, fuzzy sets, and genetic computations. This emerging area, even at its very earliest stage, has already attracted the attention of top researchers and practitioners....

An Introduction to Neural Networks

Kevin Gurney
August 05, 1997

Though mathematical ideas underpin the study of neural networks, the author presents the fundamentals without the full mathematical apparatus. All aspects of the field are tackled, including artificial neurons as models of their real counterparts; the geometry of network action in pattern space;...

Knowledge Management and its Integrative Elements

Jay Liebowitz, Lyle C. Wilcox
May 21, 1997

Knowledge: In the realm of knowledge management, information plus wisdom equals knowledge. Organizations have found that the knowledge they contain can be one of their most important competitive weaponsDefinition:Knowledge management: The ability of an organization to manage, store, value, and...

Data Management Systems: Evolution and Interoperation

Bhavani Thuraisingham
May 19, 1997

As the information contained in databases has become a critical resource in organizations, efficient access to that information and the ability to share it among different users and across different systems has become an urgent need. The interoperability of heterogeneous database systems-literally,...

Supply Chain Management: The Basics and Beyond

William C. Copacino
April 03, 1997

From one of the world's leading consultants, authors and practitioners in the area of supply chain management comes the most extensive coverage of the subject to date. Bringing more than 18 years of experience in logistics, manufacturing, purchasing, customer service, and supply chain management in...

Distributed Simulation

John A. Hamilton, David A. Nash, Udo W. Pooch
March 12, 1997

Simulation is a multi-disciplinary field, and significant simulation research is dispersed across multiple fields of study. Distributed computer systems, software design methods, and new simulation techniques offer synergistic multipliers when joined together in a distributed simulation. Systems of...

Voice Over Frame Relay

William A. Flanagan
January 11, 1997

Voice Over Frame Relay - the next practical way to reduce your network costs! Savings from putting voice tie lines on frame relay data networks can pay back the additional investment in voice equipment in just months. Savings on international circuits are large enough to threaten present tariff...

Windows Assembly Language and Systems Programming: 16- and 32-Bit Low-Level Programming for the PC and Windows

Barry Kauler
January 09, 1997

-Access Real mode from Protected mode; Protected mode from Real mode Apply OOP concepts to assembly language programs Interface assembly language programs with high-level languages Achieve direct hardware manipulation and memory access Explore the archite...

Ergonomics and Safety of Intelligent Driver Interfaces

Y. Ian Noy
January 01, 1997

Even to the casual observer of the automotive industry, it is clear that driving in the 21st century will be radically different from driving as we know it today. Significant advances in diverse technologies such as digital maps, communication links, processors, image processing, chipcards, traffic...

Programmer's Guide To C++

Adrian P. Robson
January 01, 1997

The Programmer's Guide to C++ is an elaborate reference source for programmers who are familiar with Pascal or C and who wish to move on to C++. The pace and level of this book have been tailored toward experienced software developers, while still remaining accessible and challenging to students....