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Euro-Par’99 Parallel Processing: 5th International Euro-Par by Richard P. Brent (auth.), Patrick Amestoy, Philippe Berger,

By Richard P. Brent (auth.), Patrick Amestoy, Philippe Berger, Michel Daydé, Daniel Ruiz, Iain Duff, Valérie Frayssé, Luc Giraud (eds.)

Euro-Parisaninternationalconferencededicatedtothepromotionandadvan- ment of all features of parallel computing. the foremost subject matters could be divided into the vast different types of undefined, software program, algorithms and functions for p- allel computing. the target of Euro-Par is to supply a discussion board during which to advertise the improvement of parallel computing either as an business te- nique and an educational self-discipline, extending the frontier of either the state-of-the-art and the kingdom of the perform. this is often relatively very important at a time while parallel computing is present process robust and sustained improvement and experiencing genuine commercial take-up. the most viewers for and individuals in Euro-Parareseenasresearchersinacademicdepartments,governmentlabora- ries and commercial enterprises. Euro-Par’s target is to turn into the first number of such pros for the presentation of recent leads to their specic components. Euro-Par can be attracted to purposes which display the e - tiveness of the most Euro-Par issues. there's now an everlasting site for the sequence http://brahms. fmi. uni-passau. de/cl/europar the place the historical past of the convention is defined. Euro-Par is now backed via the organization of machine equipment and the overseas Federation of knowledge Processing. Euro-Par’99 The layout of Euro-Par’99follows that of the previous 4 meetings and involves a couple of issues eachindividually monitored by way of a committee of 4. there have been initially 23 issues for this year’s convention. the decision for papers attracted 343 submissions of which 188 have been accredited. Of the papers approved, four have been judged as wonderful, 111 as commonplace and seventy three as brief papers.

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Multi-Agent-Based Simulation III: 4th International by Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo (auth.), David Hales, Bruce

By Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo (auth.), David Hales, Bruce Edmonds, Emma Norling, Juliette Rouchier (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the completely refereed post-proceedings of the 4th overseas Workshop on Multi-Agent-Based Simulation, MABS 2003, held in Melbourne, Australia as a part of AAMAS 2003.

The eleven revised complete papers awarded including three invited papers have been rigorously chosen in the course of rounds of reviewing and development. The papers are geared up in topical sections on MABS recommendations for MAS; economics, alternate, and impact in digital worlds; MABS concepts for real-world modelling, and realizing and classifying MABS.

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Pattern Recognition: 28th DAGM Symposium, Berlin, Germany, by Yael Erez, Yoav Y. Schechner, Dan Adam (auth.), Katrin

By Yael Erez, Yoav Y. Schechner, Dan Adam (auth.), Katrin Franke, Klaus-Robert Müller, Bertram Nickolay, Ralf Schäfer (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the twenty eighth Symposium of the German organization for development popularity, DAGM 2006, held in Berlin, Germany in September 2006.

The 32 revised complete papers and forty four revised poster papers awarded including five invited papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 171 submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on picture filtering, recovery and segmentation, form research and illustration, attractiveness, categorization and detection, desktop imaginative and prescient and photograph retrieval, laptop studying and statistical information research, biomedical facts research, movement research and monitoring, pose popularity, stereo and constitution from movement, multi-view photograph and geometric processing, in addition to 3D view registration and floor modelling.

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Theoretical Computer Science: Proceedings of the 10th by Guiseppe F. Italiano, Eugenio Moggi, Luigi Laura

By Guiseppe F. Italiano, Eugenio Moggi, Luigi Laura

Many researchers from diversified international locations converged on the tenth Italian convention on Theoretical laptop technological know-how (ICTCS 2007) to debate fresh advancements in theoretical laptop technology. the quantity comprises all contributed papers chosen for presentation with the invited lectures introduced. the themes of this publication variety from logical and mathematical features of computing, layout and research of algorithms, to semantics of programming languages.

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Interactive Distributed Multimedia Systems: 8th by Derek McAuley (auth.), Doug Shepherd, Joe Finney, Laurent

By Derek McAuley (auth.), Doug Shepherd, Joe Finney, Laurent Mathy, Nicholas Race (eds.)

th we're more than pleased to offer the lawsuits of the eight foreign Workshop on Interactive allotted Multimedia platforms IDMS 2001, in co-operation with ACM SIGCOMM and SIGMM. those court cases comprise the technical programme for IDMS 2001, held September four 7, 2001 in Lancaster, united kingdom. For the technical programme this yr we bought forty eight learn papers from either a- demic and business associations everywhere in the global. After the evaluation procedure, 15 have been permitted as complete papers for ebook, and one other eight as brief positional papers, meant to impress debate. The technical programme used to be complimented via 3 invited papers: QoS for Multimedia What’s Going to Make It Pay? by means of Derek McAuley, E nabling the net to supply Multimedia companies by means of Markus H- mann, and MPEG-21 commonplace: Why an Open Multimedia Framework? by way of Fernando Pereira. The organisers are very thankful for the assistance they acquired to make IDMS 2001 a profitable occasion. particularly, we want to thank the computer for his or her top notch - perspectives of papers, fairly contemplating the tight reviewing time cut-off dates this 12 months. additionally, we want to recognize the help from Agilent, BTexact applied sciences, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft examine, Orange, and Sony Electronics with no whom IDMS 2001 should not have been the sort of memorable occasion. we are hoping that readers will locate those lawsuits beneficial of their destiny learn, and that IDMS will remain an energetic discussion board for the dialogue of dispensed mul- media study for years to come.

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Flexible Query Answering Systems: 6th International by Yuzuru Tanaka, Kimihito Ito (auth.), Henning Christiansen,

By Yuzuru Tanaka, Kimihito Ito (auth.), Henning Christiansen, Mohand-Saïd Hacid, Troels Andreasen, Henrik Legind Larsen (eds.)

ThisvolumeconstitutestheproceedingsoftheSixthInternationalConferenceon versatile question Answering structures, FQAS 2004, held in Lyon, France, on June 24–26, 2004. FQAS is the superior convention for researchers and practitioners fascinated with the important job of delivering effortless, ?exible, and intuitive entry to info for all types of desire. This multidisciplinary convention attracts on a number of learn parts, together with databases, details retrieval, wisdom illustration, smooth computing, multimedia, and human-computer interplay. With FQAS 2004, the FQAS convention sequence celebrated its 10th anniversary because it has been held each years for the reason that 1994. the final topic of the FQAS meetings is leading edge question structures aimed toward supplying effortless, ?exible, and intuitive entry to info. Such platforms are meant to facilitate retrieval from info repositories equivalent to databases, libraries, and the internet. those repositories are usually outfitted with common question platforms which are frequently insufficient for clients. the focal point of FQAS is the advance of question structures which are extra expressive, informative, cooperative, effective, and intuitive to use.

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Functional Imaging and Modeling of the Heart: Third by Jens von Berg, Cristian Lorenz (auth.), Alejandro F. Frangi,

By Jens von Berg, Cristian Lorenz (auth.), Alejandro F. Frangi, Petia I. Radeva, Andres Santos, Monica Hernandez (eds.)

The1stand2ndInternationalConferencesonFunctionalImagingandModelling of the center (FIMH) have been held in Helsinki, Finland, in November 2001, and in Lyon, France, in June 2003. those conferences have been born via a fruitful sci- ti?c collaboration among France and Finland that outreached to different teams and ended in the beginning of this biennial occasion. The FIMH convention was once the ?rst try and agglutinate researchers from numerous complementary yet usually i- lated ?elds: cardiac imaging, sign and photo processing, utilized arithmetic and physics, biomedical engineering and laptop technology, cardiology, radi- ogy, biology, and body structure. within the ?rst versions, the convention got an enthusiastic reputation by way of specialists of these kind of groups. FIMH used to be ori- nally begun as a eu occasion and has more and more attracted increasingly more humans from the USA and Asia. This variation of FIMH got the most important variety of submissions to this point with as a result forty seven papers being approved as both oral shows or posters. there have been a couple of submissions from non-EU associations which con?rms the transforming into curiosity during this sequence of conferences. All papers have been reviewed via as much as 4 reviewers. The approved contributions have been prepared into eight oral classes and three poster classes complemented by means of a couple of invited talks. This 12 months we attempted to allocate as many papers as attainable as oral displays to facilitate extra lively participation and to stimulate multidisciplinary discussions.

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Usability and Internationalization. Global and Local User by Nuray Aykin

By Nuray Aykin

This two-volume set LNCS 4559+4560 constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the second one overseas convention on Usability and Internationalization, UIHCII 2007, held in Beijing, China in July 2007 within the framework of the twelfth overseas convention on Human-Computer interplay, HCII 2007 with eight different thematically related conferences.

The 141 revised papers provided within the volumes have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a variety of submissions. The papers authorised for presentation completely hide the whole box of usability and internationalization in human-computer interplay. The sixty five papers of this moment quantity hide international and native person interfaces and are prepared in topical sections on designing international and native services and products, in addition to bettering and personalizing the consumer experience.

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Extreme Programming and Agile Methods - XP/Agile Universe by Barry Boehm, Richard Turner (auth.), Frank Maurer, Don Wells

By Barry Boehm, Richard Turner (auth.), Frank Maurer, Don Wells (eds.)

XPAgileUniverse2003isthethirdconferenceinaseriesrunninginNorthA- rica and attracting members from around the world who're attracted to the learn, improvement and alertness of agile software program methods. Agile app- aches worth humans and interplay over methods and instruments – relocating software program engineering from the process-oriented software program improvement techniques of the Nineteen Nineties in the direction of people-oriented ways that we're beginning to see a growing number of during this decade. Agile methods rigidity a holistic view of software program deve- pers as being taken with research, layout, implementation and trying out actions, whereas extra conventional, tayloristic ways separate those initiatives and assign them to di?erent “resources. ” Tayloristic methods create knowledge-sharing difficulties as info collected by means of one individual should be passed over – often within the type of documentation – to the following individual within the chain. Agile methods decrease the variety of hand-o?s and, therefore, reduce the quantity of required documentation for wisdom sharing. whereas deemed a novelty just a couple of years in the past, agile equipment at the moment are be- ming proven within the software program and are being utilized in additional and extra program domain names. whereas agile methods stream into the mainstream of software program organisations, we're in basic terms now commencing to comprehend their bene?ts, components of applicability, and in addition their risks. This year’s convention increases this realizing and supply a greater base for practitioners as they examine the e?ectiveness of agile equipment of their environment.

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