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Expert Systems in Chemistry Research - Markus C...
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Expert systems allow scientists to access, manage, and apply data and specialized knowledge from various disciplines to their own research. Expert Systems in Chemistry Research explains the general scientific basis and computational principles behind expert systems and demonstrates how they can improve the efficiency of scientific workflows and support decision-making processes. Focused initially on clarifying the fundamental concepts, limits, and drawbacks of using computer software to approach human decision making, the author also underscores the importance of putting theory into practice. The book highlights current capabilities for planning and monitoring experiments, scientific data management and interpretation, chemical characterization, problem solving, and methods for encoding chemical data. It also examines the challenges as well as requirements, strategies, and considerations for implementing expert systems effectively in an existing laboratory software environment. Expert Systems in Chemistry Research covers various artificial intelligence technologies used to support expert systems, including nonlinear statistics, wavelet transforms, artificial neural networks, genetic algorithms, and fuzzy logic. This definitive text provides researchers, scientists, and engineers with a cornerstone resource for developing new applications in chemoinformatics, systems design, and other emerging fields.

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Vassev, Emil: Autonomy Requirements Engineering...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 10/2014, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Autonomy Requirements Engineering for Space Missions, Autor: Vassev, Emil // Hinchey, Mike, Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer International Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: EDV // Theorie // Software-Entw // Software Engineering // Intelligenz // Künstliche Intelligenz // KI // AI // Roboter // Robotik // Industrieroboter // Programmieren // Allgemeines // Datenverarbeitung // Anwendungen // Betrieb // Verwaltung // COMPUTERS // Intelligence // & Semantics // Programmiertechniken // Unternehmensanwendungen // Computernetzwerke und maschinelle Kommunikation, Rubrik: Anwendungs-Software, Seiten: 250, Abbildungen: 38 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, 3 schwarz-weiße Tabellen, Bibliographie, Herkunft: NIEDERLANDE (NL), Reihe: NASA Monographs in Systems and Software Engineering, Informationen: Book, Gewicht: 539 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Software Wasteland
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Know what's causing application development waste so you can turn the tide. This is the book your Systems Integrator and your Application Software vendor don't want you to read. Enterprise IT (Information Technology) is a $3.8 trillion per year industry worldwide. Most of it is waste. We've grown used to projects costing tens of millions or even billions of dollars, and routinely running over budget and schedule many times over. These overages in both time and money are almost all wasted resources. However, the waste is hard to see, after being so marbled through all the products, processes, and guiding principles. That is what this book is about. We must see, understand, and agree about the problem before we can take coordinated action to address it. The trajectory of this book is as follows: In Chapter 1, we explore how bad the current state is. The three industries that address software waste are discussed, including the legacy software industry, neo-legacy software industry, and legacy modernization industry. Examples of application waste are illustrated from both public and private sectors. In Chapter 2, we explore the economics of the software industry. Although the economic tradeoffs are changing at the speed of Moore's Law, our approaches are not keeping pace. Learn how information systems really behave in terms of actual application development. In Chapter 3 we use "root cause analysis" to reveal the real contributors to this situation, which are dependency, redundancy, complexity, and application centricity. Chapter 4 recounts the many failed attempts we've made in the past to deal with information system complexity, including relational databases, ERP systems, enterprise data modeling, service oriented architectures, and APIs, Agile, data warehouse and business intelligence, outsourcing and offshoring, cloud, Software as a Service (SaaS), data lakes, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. Chapter 5 dismantles seven fallacies that contribute to our remaining stuck. For example, the first fallacy is "We need detailed requirements or we won't get what we want." The quagmire is not affecting all sectors of the economy equally. Chapter 6 looks at how this is playing out in the government and private sectors, large and small companies, and various parts of the IT industry itself. Chapter 7 outlines some action you can take now to begin to extricate yourself, including a detailed assessment and defining metrics for measuring and preventing software development waste.

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Software Wasteland
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Know what's causing application development waste so you can turn the tide. This is the book your Systems Integrator and your Application Software vendor don't want you to read. Enterprise IT (Information Technology) is a $3.8 trillion per year industry worldwide. Most of it is waste. We've grown used to projects costing tens of millions or even billions of dollars, and routinely running over budget and schedule many times over. These overages in both time and money are almost all wasted resources. However, the waste is hard to see, after being so marbled through all the products, processes, and guiding principles. That is what this book is about. We must see, understand, and agree about the problem before we can take coordinated action to address it. The trajectory of this book is as follows: In Chapter 1, we explore how bad the current state is. The three industries that address software waste are discussed, including the legacy software industry, neo-legacy software industry, and legacy modernization industry. Examples of application waste are illustrated from both public and private sectors. In Chapter 2, we explore the economics of the software industry. Although the economic tradeoffs are changing at the speed of Moore's Law, our approaches are not keeping pace. Learn how information systems really behave in terms of actual application development. In Chapter 3 we use "root cause analysis" to reveal the real contributors to this situation, which are dependency, redundancy, complexity, and application centricity. Chapter 4 recounts the many failed attempts we've made in the past to deal with information system complexity, including relational databases, ERP systems, enterprise data modeling, service oriented architectures, and APIs, Agile, data warehouse and business intelligence, outsourcing and offshoring, cloud, Software as a Service (SaaS), data lakes, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. Chapter 5 dismantles seven fallacies that contribute to our remaining stuck. For example, the first fallacy is "We need detailed requirements or we won't get what we want." The quagmire is not affecting all sectors of the economy equally. Chapter 6 looks at how this is playing out in the government and private sectors, large and small companies, and various parts of the IT industry itself. Chapter 7 outlines some action you can take now to begin to extricate yourself, including a detailed assessment and defining metrics for measuring and preventing software development waste.

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Instruction generation for cache resident self ...
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With delay defects becoming more common due to the properties of the newer process technologies, at- speed functional tests have become indispensable. Traditionally, functional tests needed expensive automatic testing equipment due to the memory and speed requirements associated. This cost issue was solved by native-mode (or cache resident) testing which uses the intelligence of the processor to test itself. In the native-mode self-test (also known as software-based self-test) paradigm, instruction sequences are loaded into the cache (and also made cache resident) to test the processor for defects. Generally, only random instructions are used in native mode tests. As with any random sequence based testing, there are faults that are left undetected by random instructions. Manual effort is necessary to generate the tests that can detect those faults, requiring a detailed knowledge of the instruction set architecture and the micro-architecture of the processor. In this book, an automatic technique is proposed that alleviates the need for such manual effort.

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Designing a Driver Vigilance Monitoring Device
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Portable medical devices processing images or executing complex artificial intelligence algorithms are posing a challenge for microprocessor manufacturers. Since these devices require a processing platform that is able to satisfy their application real-time requirements. Single processor platforms are unable to provide a satisfactory performance at a reasonable cost. In this book the alternative of using a multi-processor platform is explored. A design methodology that utilizes the flexibility and short design cycle of FPGAs in order to achieve this target is proposed. The method allows optimizing the multi-processor platform and the software code targeting each processing core to meet real-time constraints. The effectiveness of the design methodology is practically demonstrated by building a real life driver vigilance monitoring system based on visual cues extraction and evaluation. The application drives the whole design process to prove its efficiency. Moreover the book covers the practical steps of building the video processing algorithm.

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Die XIT AG. Strategie-Verständnis eines mittels...
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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2012 im Fachbereich BWL - Unternehmensführung, Management, Organisation, Note: 5.5, Berner Fachhochschule, Veranstaltung: CAS BWL, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Was hat Strategisches Management mit Fröschen und Sägen zu tun - oder was hat es mit dem Gresham'schen Gesetz auf sich? Ab wie vielen Zielen hat man gemäss Peter Drucker gar keine Ziele? Was bedeutet Effektivität über Effizienz? Welche Fragen müssen durch die Business Mission laut Fredmund Malik beantwortet werden? Wo liegt der strategische Hebel im Unternehmen?Diese und weitere zentrale Fragen werden in dieser Arbeit beantwortet und mit zeitgemässen Modellen wie dem Neuen St. Galler Management Modell untermauert. Ausserdem werden in einem selbst entwickelten Modell die wesentlichen Strategie-Aspekten mit dem operativen und dem strategischen Tagesgeschäft integriert.Ein umfassendes Glossar mit allen wesentlichen Begriffen mit kurzen, prägnanten Erklärungen runden diese Arbeit ab - von Erfolgsfaktoren, Erfahrungskurve über Kultur, Nutzenpotenzial und Positionierung wird der Bogen bis hin zu Unternehmenspolitik, Unternehmenszweck und Wettbewerbsstrategien gespannt.Die XIT AG, in der Folge XIT genannt, ist eine "kleine" IT-Dienstleisterin, die seit 1983 primär im Raum Bern tätig ist. Die XIT beschäftigt heute 43 Mitarbeitende/Mitaktionäre und umfasst die Geschäftsbereiche Consulting und Engineering. Consulting hat die zwei strategischen Geschäftseinheiten ICT-Beratung mit Business-Analyse, Requirements Engineering und Projektmanagement. Engineering setzt sich aus den strategischen Geschäftseinheiten Software Engineering, Business Intelligence und Database Engineering zusammen.Die XIT hat eine Strategie mit der Bezeichnung XIT+3 . Diese wird jährlich in einem zweitägigen Strategie-Workshop vom Strategie-Board überarbeitet.Die Ziele diese Arbeit sind:Gemeinsames Strategie-Verständnis wird sichergestellt mittels- Strategie-Kontext (Einbettung Strategie im Unternehmen anhand NSGMM ),- Differenzierung des strategischen und operativen Managements und- Erläuterungen/Zusammenhänge relevanter Strategie-Begriffe.- Strategie-Inventar der XIT erstellt und der Strategie-Terminologie zugeordnet.- Theorie und Praxis bei der XIT verglichen.- Fazit und Handlungsempfehlung formuliert.

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Business Intelligence Software
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Business Intelligence (BI) is a broad category of applications and technologies for gathering, providing access to, and analyzing data for the purpose of helping enterprise users make better business decisions. The term implies having a comprehensive knowledge of all of the factors that affect your business. It is imperative that you have an in depth knowledge about factors such as your customers, competitors, business partners, economic environment, and internal operations to make effective and good quality business decisions. Business intelligence enables you to make these kinds of decisions. BI technology allows organizations to track, understand, and manage vital business information. BI is assuming an increasingly strategic role as more organizations look for ways to tap into the valuable data stored in their operational systems. In today s economy the requirements for Business Intelligence environments are changing, and quite dramatically. Consequent to this paradigm, the contents of this book examines the developments which have taken place with Business Intelligence Software.

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Systematisches Requirements Management in BI-Pr...
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Der Begriff Business Intelligence bezeichnet eine Kategorie von Softwaresystemen, welche Informationen und Vorgänge in Unternehmen bündeln und daraus einen Informationstechnischen oder zeitlichen Mehrwert erzeugen. Solche Systeme sind oft hoch komplex und müssen die Anforderungen eines Unternehmens in einem speziellen Maße erfüllen. Die Planung solcher Systeme gestaltet sich allerdings kompliziert, da die gestellten Anforderungen, im Gegensatz zur Entwicklung funktionaler Software, häufig aus verschiedenen Fachabteilungen innerhalb des Unternehmens gestellt werden. Daher kommt dem Requirments Engineering, und im speziellen dem Requirments Management, eine besondere Bedeutung zu. Die vorliegende Arbeit fokussiert sich auf das Requirements Management eines Business-Intelligence-Systems und stellt ein softwaregestütztes System vor, mit welchem ein solches effektiv umgesetzt werden kann. Sie wurde in Zusammenarbeit mit einem Praxispartner ausgearbeitet, welcher auf die Entwicklung von Business-Intelligence-Systemen spezialisiert ist.

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