Fri Mar 21 17:15:23 2014 UTClccn-n790968680.00Automatic digital encoding system ii (ades ii)0.721.00Polynomial approximation prepared74426710n 79096868329072Blum, E. K.Blum, E. K. 1923-Blum, Edward K.Blum, Edward K., 1923-lccn-n50033193Aho, Alfred V.edtlccn-n79122753Takasu, Satoru1931-edtlccn-n79122757Paul, Manfred1932-edtlccn-no2007015753Lototsky. Sergey V.lccn-n88670787Paul, M.(Medford)np-paul, mPaul, M.edtlccn-n80075218International Conference on Mathematical Studies of Information Processing. <1978, Kyōto>nc-addison wesley publishing c reading mass u s aAddison-Wesley Publishing C°. [Reading, Mass., U.S.A.].edtnc-naval ordnance lab white oak mdNAVAL ORDNANCE LAB WHITE OAK MDnp-paul, manfredPaul, ManfredBlum, E. K.(Edward K.)1923-Conference proceedingsComputer scienceNumerical analysisComputer programmingInformation theorySoftware engineeringEngineering mathematicsMathematical physicsElectronic data processingComputer input-output equipmentComputer softwareDatabase managementPolynomials192319471952195619571965197219781979198519881994199719982006201114942277004QA76ocn310828506ocn466129312ocn150395076ocn614233704ocn797167160ocn824110322ocn760711713ocn47522594248410ocn768244605file20110.63Blum, E. KComputer science the hardware, software and heart of itComputer Science: The Hardware, Software and Heart of It focuses on the deeper aspects of the two recognized subdivisions of Computer Science, Software and Hardware. These subdivisions are shown to be closely interrelated as a result of the stored-program concept. Computer Science: The Hardware, Software and Heart of It includes certain classical theoretical computer science topics such as Unsolvability (e.g. the halting problem) and Undecidability (e.g. Godel's incompleteness theorem) that treat problems that exist under the Church-Turing thesis of computation. These problem topics explain inherent limits lying at the heart of software, and in effect define boundaries beyond which computer science professionals cannot go beyond. Newer topics such as Cloud Computing are also covered in this book. After a survey of traditional programming languages (e.g. Fortran and C++), a new kind of computer Programming for parallel/distributed computing is presented using the message-passing paradigm which is at the heart of large clusters of computers. This leads to descriptions of current hardware platforms for large-scale computing, such as clusters of as many as one thousand which are the new generation of supercomputers. This also leads to a consideration of future quantum computers and a possible escape from the Church-Turing thesis to a new computation paradigm. Computer Science: The Hardware, Software and Heart of It is designed as a professional book for practitioners and researchers working in the related fields of Quantum Computing, Cloud Computing, Computer Networking, as well as non-scientist readers. Advanced-level and undergraduate students concentrating on computer science, engineering and mathematics will also find this book useful48216ocn000483610book19720.70Blum, E. KNumerical analysis and computation theory and practice36623ocn005410998book19790.84Blum, E. KMathematical studies of information processing : proceedings of the international conference, Kyoto, Japan, August 23-26, 1978Conference proceedings+-+66904523851406ocn071890759book20060.79Blum, E. KMathematics of physics and engineering"Aimed at scientists and engineers, this book is an exciting intellectual journey through the mathematical worlds of Euclid, Newton, Maxwell, Einstein, and Schrodinger-Dirac. While similar books present the required mathematics in a piecemeal manner with tangential references to the relevant physics and engineering, this textbook serves the interdisciplinary needs of engineers, scientists and applied mathematicians by unifying the mathematics and physics into a single systematic body of knowledge but preserving the rigorous logical development of the mathematics. The authors take an unconventional approach by integrating the mathematics with its motivating physical phenomena and, conversely, by showing how the mathematical models predict new physical phenomena."--Publisher's website+-+K67110763432ocn059008323book19560.92Blum, E. KPolynomial approximation22ocn227233544book1956Automatic digital encoding system ii (ades ii)21ocn802572173book19790.47International Conference on Mathematical Studies of Information ProcessingMathematical studies on information processing : proceedings of the International Conference : Kjoto, Japan, August 23-26, 1978+-+669045590822ocn641980785book19790.10Mathematical Studies of information processing11ocn039637748book19471.00Blum, E. KFourier, Bessel, and Legendre expansions11ocn493545566book1994Mathematical studies of information processing : proceedings of the International conference on ..., Kyoto, August 23-26, 197811ocn227234049book1956AN ADES ENCODER FOR THE 650 CALCUALTIO11ocn859809012book1979Blum, E. KInternational conference. On mathematical studies of information processing11ocn256328892book19780.47Proceedings of the International Conference on Mathematical Studies of Information Processing11ocn837800745book19650.47Blum, E. KComputation of proper values of a symmetric matrix by the convergent gradient procedure11ocn797946510book20110.27Blum, Edward KComputer Science11ocn499621634book1957Blum, E. KModification of the Runge-Kutta Fourth order method11ocn869560917book19561.00Naval Ordnance LaboratoryPolynomial approximation prepared11ocn751189586book19780.47International Conference on Mathematical Studies of Information ProcessingProceedings of the International Conference on Mathematical Studies of Information Processing, Kyoto, Japan, August 23-26, 197811ocn031637438book19521.00Blum, E. KThe theory of analytic functions in Banach algebras11ocn848546099artBlum, E. KGradient techniques for computation of stationary points+-+6690452385+-+6690452385Fri Mar 21 15:51:46 EDT 2014batch11245