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Title Introduction to Interval Computation
Author Gotz Alefeld
Publisher Academic Press
Release 1983-11-28
Category Mathematics
Total Pages 360
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book is revised and expanded version of the original German text. The arrangement of the material and the structure are essentially unchanged. All remarks in the Preface to the German Edition regarding naming conventions for formulas, theorems, lemmas, and definitions are still valid as are those concerning the arrangement and choice of material.

Title Introduction to Interval Computation
Author Gotz Alefeld
Publisher Academic Press
Release 2012-12-02
Category Mathematics
Total Pages 352
ISBN 0080916368
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This book is revised and expanded version of the original German text. The arrangement of the material and the structure are essentially unchanged. All remarks in the Preface to the German Edition regarding naming conventions for formulas, theorems, lemmas, and definitions are still valid as are those concerning the arrangement and choice of material.

Title Introduction to Interval Analysis
Author Ramon E. Moore
Publisher SIAM
Release 2009-04-16
Category Mathematics
Total Pages 222
ISBN 0898716691
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

An introduction to interval analysis for scientists and engineers interested in scientific computation, especially using INTLAB/MATLAB®.

Title Theories of Interval Arithmetic
Author Hend Dawood
Publisher LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Release 2011-10-07
Category Mathematics
Total Pages 128
ISBN 3846501549
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Scientists are, all the time, in a struggle with uncertainty which is always a threat to a trustworthy scientific knowledge. A very simple and natural idea, to defeat uncertainty, is that of enclosing uncertain measured values in real closed intervals. On the basis of this idea, interval arithmetic is constructed. The idea of calculating with intervals is not completely new in mathematics: the concept has been known since Archimedes, who used guaranteed lower and upper bounds to compute his constant Pi. Interval arithmetic is now a broad field in which rigorous mathematics is associated with scientific computing. This connection makes it possible to solve uncertainty problems that cannot be efficiently solved by floating-point arithmetic. Today, application areas of interval methods include electrical engineering, control theory, remote sensing, experimental and computational physics, chaotic systems, celestial mechanics, signal processing, computer graphics, robotics, and computer-assisted proofs. The purpose of this book is to be a concise but informative introduction to the theories of interval arithmetic as well as to some of their computational and scientific applications. Editorial Reviews "This new book by Hend Dawood is a fresh introduction to some of the basics of interval computation. It stops short of discussing the more complicated subdivision methods for converging to ranges of values, however it provides a bit of perspective about complex interval arithmetic, constraint intervals, and modal intervals, and it does go into the design of hardware operations for interval arithmetic, which is something still to be done by computer manufacturers." - Ramon E. Moore, (The Founder of Interval Computations) Professor Emeritus of Computer and Information Science, Department of Mathematics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, U.S.A. "A popular math-oriented introduction to interval computations and its applications. This short book contains an explanation of the need for interval computations, a brief history of interval computations, and main interval computation techniques. It also provides an impressive list of main practical applications of interval techniques." - Vladik Kreinovich, (International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge-Based Systems) Professor of Computer Science, University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas, U.S.A. "I am delighted to see one more Egyptian citizen re-entering the field of interval mathematics invented in this very country thousands years ago." - Marek W. Gutowski, Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warszawa, Poland

Title Machines Computations and Universality
Author Jerome Durand-Lose
Publisher Springer
Release 2015-08-29
Category Computers
Total Pages 199
ISBN 3319231111
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Machines, Computations, and Universality, MCU 2015, held in Famagusta, North Cyprus, in September 2015. The 10 revised full papers presented together with 4 invited talks were carefully reviewed and selected from 23 submissions. MCU explores computation in the setting of various discrete models (Turing machines, register machines, cellular automata, tile assembly systems, rewriting systems, molecular computing models, neural models, etc.) and analog and hybrid models (BSS machines, infinite time cellular automata, real machines, quantum computing, etc.).

Computation and Control by Kenneth L. Bowers

Title Computation and Control
Author Kenneth L. Bowers
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release 2012-12-06
Category Science
Total Pages 410
ISBN 1461237041
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The problem of developing a systematic approach to the design of feed back strategies capable of shaping the response of complicated dynamical control systems illustrates the integration of a wide variety of mathemat ical disciplines typical of the modern theory of systems and control. As a concrete example, one may consider the control of fluid flow across an airfoil, for which recent experiments indicate the possibility of delaying the onset of turbulence by controlling viscosity through thermal actuators located on the airfoil. In general, there are two approaches to the con trol of such a complica. ted process, the development of extremely detailed models of the process followed by the derivation of a more "dedicated" feed back law or the development of a more simple model class followed by the derivation of control laws which are more robust to unmodelled dynamics and exogeneous disturbances. In either approach, the two twin themes of approximation and computation play a significant role in the derivation and implementation of resulting control laws. And there is no doubt that the cross-fertilization between these twin themes and control theory will increase unabated throughout the next decade, not just as an important component of design and implementation of control laws but also as a source of new problems in computational mathematics. In this volume, we present a collection of papers which were deliv ered at the first Bozeman Conference on Computation and Control, held at Montana State University on August 1-11, 1988.

Title Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing V
Author Natalya Shakhovska
Publisher Springer Nature
Release 2020-12-22
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 1186
ISBN 3030632709
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book reports on new theories and applications in the field of intelligent systems and computing. It covers cutting-edge computational and artificial intelligence methods, advances in computer vision, big data, cloud computing, and computation linguistics, as well as cyber-physical and intelligent information management systems. The respective chapters are based on selected papers presented at the workshop on intelligent systems and computing, held during the International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technologies, CSIT 2020, which was jointly organized on September 23-26, 2020, by the Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine, the Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics, Ukraine, and the Technical University of Lodz, Poland, under patronage of Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. Given its breadth of coverage, the book provides academics and professionals with extensive information and a timely snapshot of the field of intelligent systems, and is sure to foster new discussions and collaborations among different groups.

Title Developments in Reliable Computing
Author Tibor Csendes
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release 1999
Category Computers
Total Pages 420
ISBN 9780792360575
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The present volume contains 30 articles presented at SCAN-98, Budapest, Hungary. These papers cover all aspects of validation techniques in scientific computing, ranging from hardware requirements, elementary operations, high accuracy function evaluations and interval arithmetic to advanced validating techniques and applications in various fields of practical interest. Audience: This book is of interest to researchers and graduate students whose work involves validation techniques in scientific computing.

Title Introduction to Parallel Computing
Author Roman Trobec
Publisher Springer
Release 2018-09-27
Category Computers
Total Pages 256
ISBN 3319988336
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Advancements in microprocessor architecture, interconnection technology, and software development have fueled rapid growth in parallel and distributed computing. However, this development is only of practical benefit if it is accompanied by progress in the design, analysis and programming of parallel algorithms. This concise textbook provides, in one place, three mainstream parallelization approaches, Open MPP, MPI and OpenCL, for multicore computers, interconnected computers and graphical processing units. An overview of practical parallel computing and principles will enable the reader to design efficient parallel programs for solving various computational problems on state-of-the-art personal computers and computing clusters. Topics covered range from parallel algorithms, programming tools, OpenMP, MPI and OpenCL, followed by experimental measurements of parallel programs’ run-times, and by engineering analysis of obtained results for improved parallel execution performances. Many examples and exercises support the exposition.

Encyclopedia of Optimization by Christodoulos A. Floudas

Title Encyclopedia of Optimization
Author Christodoulos A. Floudas
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release 2008-09-04
Category Mathematics
Total Pages 4646
ISBN 0387747583
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The goal of the Encyclopedia of Optimization is to introduce the reader to a complete set of topics that show the spectrum of research, the richness of ideas, and the breadth of applications that has come from this field. The second edition builds on the success of the former edition with more than 150 completely new entries, designed to ensure that the reference addresses recent areas where optimization theories and techniques have advanced. Particularly heavy attention resulted in health science and transportation, with entries such as "Algorithms for Genomics", "Optimization and Radiotherapy Treatment Design", and "Crew Scheduling".