The Alignment Problem
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📒The Alignment Problem ✍ Brian Christian
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📒The Alignment Effect ✍ Faisal Hoque
✏The Alignment Effect Book Summary : The Alignment Effect offers managers a systematic blueprint for demanding real accountability and bottom-line business results from their IT investments. Using actual case studies, Faisal Hoque introduces Business Technology Management, a comprehensive approach to aligning technology with business objectives, increasing the efficiency of technology investments, and dramatically reducing the financial and operational risks associated with business and technical change.
📒Spanning Trees And Optimization Problems ✍ Bang Ye Wu
✏Spanning Trees and Optimization Problems Book Summary : The design of approximation algorithms for spanning tree problems has become an exciting and important area of theoretical computer science and also plays a significant role in emerging fields such as biological sequence alignments and evolutionary tree construction. While work in this field remains quite active, the time has come to collect under one cover spanning tree properties, classical results, and recent research developments. Spanning Trees and Optimization Problems offers the first complete treatment of spanning tree algorithms, from their role in classical computer science to their most modern applications. The authors first explain the general properties of spanning trees, then focus on three main categories: minimum spanning trees, shortest-paths trees, and minimum routing cost spanning trees. Along with the theoretical descriptions of the methods, numerous examples and applications illustrate the concepts in practice. The final chapter explores several other interesting spanning trees, including maximum leaf spanning trees, minimum diameter spanning trees, Steiner trees, and evolutionary trees. With logical organization, well chosen topics, and easy to understand pseudocode, the authors provide not only a full, rigorous treatment of theory and applications, but also an excellent handbook for spanning tree algorithms. This book will be a welcome addition to your reference shelf whether your interests lie in graph and approximation algorithms for theoretical work or you use graph techniques to solve practical problems
✏Ontology Alignment Using Biologically inspired Optimisation Algorithms Book Summary :
📒Bioinformatics ✍ German Conference on Bioinformatics
✏Bioinformatics Book Summary : This book constitutes the strictly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the German Conference on Bioinformatics, GCB'96, held in Leipzig, Germany, in September/October 1996. The volume presents 18 revised full papers together with three invited papers; these contributions were selected after a second round of reviewing from the 91 conference presentations. The book addresses current issues in computational biology and biologically inspired computing. The papers are organized in sections on biological and metabolic pathways, sequence analysis, molecular modeling, visualization, and formal languages, and DNA.
📒Sequence Comparison ✍ Kun-Mao Chao
✏Sequence Comparison Book Summary : Biomolecular sequence comparison is the origin of bioinformatics. This book gives a complete in-depth treatment of the study of sequence comparison. A comprehensive introduction is followed by a focus on alignment algorithms and techniques, proceeded by a discussion of the theory. The book examines alignment methods and techniques, features a new issue of sequence comparison - the spaced seed technique, addresses several new flexible strategies for coping with various scoring schemes, and covers the theory on the significance of high-scoring segment pairs between two unalignment sequences. Useful appendices on basic concepts in molecular biology, primer in statistics and software for sequence alignment are included in this reader-friendly text, as well as chapter-ending exercise and research questions A state-of-the-art study of sequence alignment and homology search, this is an ideal reference for advanced students studying bioinformatics and will appeal to biologists who wish to know how to use homology search tools.
📒Bitext Alignment ✍ Jörg Tiedemann
✏Bitext Alignment Book Summary : This book provides an overview of various techniques for the alignment of bitexts. It describes general concepts and strategies that can be applied to map corresponding parts in parallel documents on various levels of granularity. Bitexts are valuable linguistic resources for many different research fields and practical applications. The most predominant application is machine translation, in particular, statistical machine translation. However, there are various other threads that can be followed which may be supported by the rich linguistic knowledge implicitly stored in parallel resources. Bitexts have been explored in lexicography, word sense disambiguation, terminology extraction, computer-aided language learning and translation studies to name just a few. The book covers the essential tasks that have to be carried out when building parallel corpora starting from the collection of translated documents up to sub-sentential alignments. In particular, it describes various approaches to document alignment, sentence alignment, word alignment and tree structure alignment. It also includes a list of resources and a comprehensive review of the literature on alignment techniques. Table of Contents: Introduction / Basic Concepts and Terminology / Building Parallel Corpora / Sentence Alignment / Word Alignment / Phrase and Tree Alignment / Concluding Remarks
📒Interference Alignment ✍ Syed A. Jafar
✏Interference Alignment Book Summary : Interference Alignment: A New Look at Signal Dimensions in a Communication Network provides both a tutorial and a survey of the state-of-art on the topic.
📒Intelligent Autonomous Systems ✍ Y. Kakazu
✏Intelligent Autonomous Systems Book Summary : This book contains scientific and engineering activities of the fifth international conference of Intelligent Autonomous Systems (IAS-5). The exploration for automatic systems has much attention over the centuries and created attractive research activities. The Intelligent and Autonomous systems are the current trend toward fully automatic systems that can adapt to changes in their environment. The purpose of the fifth IAS conference is to provide an opportunity for the international community of researchers in the field of autonomous systems as well as architectures, tools, components, techniques, and new IAS design methodologies. The emphasis will be on science and technology for autonomous systems working in a complex environment.
📒Exploring Services Science ✍ Mehdi Snene
✏Exploring Services Science Book Summary : Service science constitutes an interdisciplinary approach to systematic innovation in service systems, integrating managerial, social, legal and engineering aspects to address the theoretical and practical challenges of the service industry and its economy. This book contains the refereed proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Exploring Service Science (IESS), held in Geneva, Switzerland, in February 2014. The ten full papers accepted for IESS were selected from 31 submissions and presented ideas and results related to innovation, service management, service engineering and service discovery.