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Scientific & Editorial Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Mechanical Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Fluid Mechanics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Numerical Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Materials Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Nanomaterials & Nanoscience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Metallurgy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Civil Engineering & Geomaterials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Geographical Information Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Information Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Language & Cognition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Computer Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Networks & Telecommunications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Electrical Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Electronics Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Instrumentation & Measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Optics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Acoustics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Digital Signal & Image Processing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Automation & Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 Robotics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 Manufacturing & Production . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 Applied Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 Business, Finance & Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Author Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 Title Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156

Water networks. integrated Management and operational Control.uk BuSineSS And inforMAtion technology General editor nicolas Manson Consultant.a. Zoubir institute of telecommunications. estimation Mietek Brdys University of Birmingham. italy giua@diee. Hybrid systems.fr Jean-Philippe thiran ePFl. France henri. France d.limnios@utc.macq@uclouvain.janssenwets@skynet.be Henri Maître télécom Paristech.ch AutoMAtion And control General editor Hisham abou-Kandil ecole normale supérieure de Cachan.lagunas@cttc.maitre@telecom-paristech. automated Manufacturing. Paris.de image Processing Benoit Macq Université catholique de louvain.it intelligent Control.tu-darmstadt.abou-kandil@ens-cachan.Brdys@bham.unica.co. France info@iste. France hisham.thiran@epfl.fr series editors signal Processing Miguel angel lagunas Centre tecnologic de telecomunicacions de Catalunya Barcelona. spain m.fr Jacques Janssen solvay Brussels school of economics and Management. Germany zoubir@spg. France francis. switzerland jp.page 2 Scientific and Editorial Board Applied StochAStic MethodS General editors nikolaos limnios Université de technologie de Compiègne. Belgium benoit. networked Control systems. Failure diagnosis alessandro Giua University of Cagliari. optimization. tU darmstadt.castanie@tesa. Hierarchical systems.prd.es abdelhak M.org . France nikolaos.ac.be digitAl SignAl And iMAge proceSSing General editor Francis Castanié tesa. Belgium jacques. Petri nets.fr series editors discrete event systems. Control of Mechanical systems. toulouse.pasquet@ieee. UK M.uk electricAl And electronicS engineering General editor daniel Pasquet ieee France section Chairman laMiPs and ensea.

italy cristiano.edu Geomechanics and Geomaterials lyesse laloui swiss Federal institute of technology lausanne. Usa sfchang@ee.ac. France dominique.ca logic and Computation david Pearce Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. switzerland lyesse.ac. spain antonio.fr . UK Wiebe.cvut.farinas@irit. France luis. Belgium luc. coMputer Science.ens-cachan.www.co. switzerland rachid. Video and Computer Vision shih-Fu Chang Columbia University.Van-der-Hoek@liverpool.huerta@upc. Czech republic ripka@fel.umontreal.cnr. France favennec@telecom-paristech.guerraoui@epfl.iste. Canada poulin@iro.ch Cognitive science Cristiano Castelfranchi istC. lAnguAge And cognition.fr Pavel ripka Czech technical University.placko@lesir.castelfranchi@istc.fr series editors Computational mechanics and fluid mechanics antonio Huerta Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya. networkS And telecoMMunicAtionS.es MechAnicAl engineering And MAteriAlS Science General editor Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot Université de Pau et des Pays de l’adour.cz Scientific and Editorial Board Machine learning and data Mining luc de raedt Katholieke Universiteit leuven.uk Multimedia.pearce@upm. national research Council.it Computer Graphics Pierre Poulin Université de Montréal.edu software engineering shinichi Honiden national institute of informatics (nii). Canada nie@iro. Japan honiden@nii.Pijaudier-Cabot@univ-pau.jp 3 it.laloui@epfl telecoMS And opticS series editor Pierre-noël Favennec télécom Paristech Paris. spain david.be Multiagent systems and Knowledge representation Wiebe van der Hoek University of liverpool. Québec.uk inStruMentAtion And MeASureMentS General editors dominique Placko ecole normale supérieure de Cachan. France Gilles. ePFl.ca information retrieval and natural language Processing Jian-Yun nie Université de Montréal.fr series editors distributed systems rachid Guerraoui ePFl. e-leArning General editor luis Fariñas del Cerro irit.columbia. University of siena.deraedt@cs.umontreal. Québec.kuleuven.

page 4 Mechanical Engineering Forthcoming. New & Backlist Titles NEW NEW 2009 NEW NEW 2009 2009 2009 2009 NEW 2009 2009 Design Optimization in Computational Mechanics Dynamics of Structures Fatigue Damage / MVSA volume 4 – 2nd edition Handbook of Heterogenous Kinetics Mechanical Instability Mechanical Shock / MVSA volume 2 – 2nd edition Mechanical Vibrations Mechanical Vibration & Shock Analysis / 5 volumes set – 2nd edition Particle and Continuum Aspects of Mesomechanics Random Vibration /MVSA volume 3 – 2nd edition Sinusoidal Vibration / MVSA volume 1 – 2nd edition Solid Mechanics using the Finite Element Method Specification Development / MVSA volume 5 – 2nd edition Structural Dynamics in Industry Structural Reliability X-ray Diffraction by Polycrystalline Materials All titles Hardback & 234x156 mm Royal Octavo .

from both a theoretical and practical point of view. 7. the theoretical analyses are placed in the context of both the real world and the laboratory. Both viscous and non-linear damping are considered. the various types of swept sine and their properties are described and.co. Christian lalanne explores every aspect of vibration and shock. non-viscous damping. 9781848211223 • June 2009 • 416 pages • Usd 185. prototypes must be verified by calculation and undergo laboratory tests to meet national and international standards. for the 1-dof system. response of a linear one-degree-of-freedom mechanical system to a sinusoidal excitation. Basic mechanics. response of a one-degree-of-freedom linear system to a swept sine vibration. 6. 8. sinusoidal vibration. impulse and step responses. 3. 4.00 the 5 volume set Sinusoidal Vibration VoluMe 1 • MechAnicAl ViBrAtion And Shock AnAlySiS SerieS By chriStiAn lAlAnne the relative and absolute response of a mechanical system with a single degree of freedom is considered for an arbitrary excitation and its transfer function is defined in various forms.00 . 2. the five volumes of Mechanical Vibration and Shock Analysis cover all the necessary issues in this area of mechanical engineering.www.uk Mechanical Engineering 5 MechAnicAl ViBrAtion And Shock AnAlySiS by Christian lalanne a new and fully revised edition this important five-volume series has been written with both the professional engineer and the academic in mind. 9. the consequences of an inappropriate choice of sweep rate are discussed. along with the transient and steady-state response of the 1-dof system. two fundamental and extremely significant areas of mechanical engineering. as all products need to be designed to withstand the environmental conditions to which they are likely to be subjected. rules governing the choice of suitable sweep rates are then developed from this. response of a linear one-degree-of-freedom mechanical system to an arbitrary excitation. 5. Contents 1. the characteristics of sinusoidal vibration are looked at from both a real world and laboratory point of view. which is essential for the development of specifications. the need. swept sine. 9781848211216 • June 2009 • uSd 875.iste.

statistics of extreme values.00 random Vibration VoluMe 3 • MechAnicAl ViBrAtion And Shock AnAlySiS SerieS By chriStiAn lAlAnne the vast majority of vibrations encountered in the real environment are random in nature.iste. statistical properties of random vibration in the time domain. Contents 1.00 . 4. 2. Contents 1. 7. Kinematics of simple shocks. shock analysis. 10. 5. Probability distribution of maxima of random vibration. in developing the practical application of these concepts. measured environment. 7. the power spectrum density is also defined. 4. rMs value of random vibration. 8.co. random vibration properties in the frequency domain. properties and the assumptions involved in its calculation. the forms of shock most often used with test facilities are presented together with their characteristics and indications of how to establish test configurations comparable with those in the real. together with the requisite precautions to be taken in its calculations as well as the processes (windowing. shock response spectrum. overlapping) necessary to obtain improved results. development of shock test specifications. 3. electrodynamic exciters driven by a time signal or a response spectrum – with a discussion on the limitations. First passage at a given level of response of a one-degree-of-freedom linear system to a random vibration. Practical calculation of power spectral density. response of a one-degree-of-freedom linear system to random vibration. 3.uk chriStiAn lAlAnne this volume considers the shock response spectrum. 9781848211230 • June 2009 • 416 pages • Usd 185. 9781848211247 • June 2009 • 640 pages • Usd 185. its various definitions. 5. an additional complementary method – the analysis of statistical properties of the time signal – is also described. 2. this enables the distribution law of the maxima of a random Gaussian signal to be determined and simplifies the calculation of fatigue damage by avoiding direct peak counting. Characteristics of the response of a one-degree of-freedom linear system to random vibration. 6. 6. Control of a shaker using a shock response spectrum. 9. standard shock machines. Properties of shock response spectra. along with the analysis of the signal in the frequency domain. statistical properties of a random process. advantages and disadvantages of each method. 9. Generation of shocks using shakers. this is followed by a demonstration of how to meet these specifications using standard laboratory equipment – shock machines. simulation of pyroshocks. such vibrations are intrinsically complicated and this volume describes the process that enables us to simplify the required analysis. 8.6 Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Shock VoluMe 2 • MechAnicAl ViBrAtion And Shock AnAlySiS SerieS By www.

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fatigue damage
VoluMe 4 • MechAnicAl ViBrAtion And Shock AnAlySiS
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Fatigue damage in a system with one degree of freedom is one of the two criteria applied when comparing the severity of vibratory environments. the same criterion is also used for a specification representing the effects produced by the set of vibrations imposed in a real environment. in this volume, which is devoted to the calculation of fatigue damage, Christian lalanne explores the hypotheses adopted to describe the behavior of material affected by fatigue and the laws of fatigue accumulation. the author also considers the methods for counting response peaks, which are used to establish the histogram when it is not possible to use the probability density of the peaks obtained with a Gaussian signal. the expressions for mean damage and its standard deviation are established and other hypotheses are tested. Contents 1. Concepts of material fatigue. 2. accumulation of fatigue damage. 3. Counting methods for analyzing random time history. 4. Fatigue damage by one-degree-of-freedom mechanical system. 5. standard deviation of fatigue damage. 6. Fatigue damage using other assumptions for calculation. 7. low cycle fatigue. 8. Fracture mechanics.

9781848211254 • June 2009 • 448 pages • Usd 185.00

Specification development
VoluMe 5 • MechAnicAl ViBrAtion And Shock AnAlySiS
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this volume concerns the presentation of specification development according to the principle of tailoring. the extreme response and the fatigue damage spectra are defined for each type of stress (sinusoidal vibration, swept sine, shock, random vibration, etc.). the process for establishing a specification from the lifecycle profile of equipment is then discussed, taking into account the uncertainty factor (designed to cover uncertainties related to the real environment and mechanical strength) and the test factor (taking into account the number of tests performed to demonstrate the resistance of the equipment). Contents 1. extreme response spectrum of a sinusoidal vibration. 2. extreme response spectrum of a random vibration. 3. Fatigue damage spectrum of a sinusoidal vibration. 4. Fatigue damage spectrum of a random vibration. 5. Fatigue damage spectrum of a shock. 6. influence of calculation parameters of the e.r.s.s and F.d.s.s. 7. tests and standards. 8. Uncertainty factor. 9. ageing factor. 10. test factor. 11. specification development. 12. influence of calculation: conditions. of the specification. 13. other uses of extreme response, up-crossing risk and fatigue damage spectra.

9781848211261 • June 2009 • 528 pages • Usd 185.00

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Mechanical Engineering Multidisciplinary design optimization in computational Mechanics
Edited by Piotr Breitkopf and Rajan Filomeno Coelho, UTC, France

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this book provides a comprehensive introduction to the mathematical and algorithmic methods for the Multidisciplinary design optimization (Mdo) of complex mechanical systems such as aircraft or car engines. Contents 1. Challenges in Multidisciplinary design optimization: Case study of aircraft design, Michel ravachol. 2. response surface Methodology (rsM) and reduced order Models (roM), Manuel samuelides. 3. Metamodeling using Principal Component analysis, Florian de Vuyst and Christophe audouze. 4. Model reduction for Coupled Problems, rajan Filomeno Coelho, Piotr Breitkopf et al. 5. Multilevel Modeling, Pierre-alain Boucard, sandrine Buytet, Praveen Chandrashekarappa et al. 6. Multiparameter shape optimization, Jean-antoine désidéri, régis duvigneau et al. 7. Concurrent optimization, Jean-antoine désidéri. 8. Collaborative optimization, didier auroux, Joël Clément, Jean Hermetz, Mohamed Masmoudi et al. 9. designing with Uncertainties: the Quantile Criterion, Gilles Pujol et al. 10. Uncertainty Quantification for robust design, régis duvigneau, Massimiliano Martinelli et al. 11. reliability-Based design optimization (rBdo), Ghias Kharmanda, abdelkhalak el-Hami et al. 12. evolutionary optimization for space launcher design, Guillaume Collange. 13. numerical optimization in the automotive industry, Maryan sidorkiewicz. 14. implementation of optimizers: Programming techniques, Jean-Jacques Maisonneuve et al. 9781848211384 • May 2010 • 576 pages • Usd 190.00 • new

dynamics of Structures
Patrick Paultre, University of Sherbrooke, Canada this book covers structural dynamics from a theoretical and algorithmic approach. it covers systems with both single and multiple degrees of freedom. numerous case studies are given to provide the reader with a deeper insight into the practicalities of the area, and the solutions to these case studies are given in terms of real-time and frequency in both geometric and modal spaces. emphasis is also given to the subject of seismic loading. Contents 1. introduction. Part 1: single degree of freedom systems 2. equations of motion. 3. Free response. 4. Forced response to harmonic loading. 5. Measurement of damping. 6. Forced response to periodic loading. 7. Forced response to arbitrary loading in the time domain. 8. Forced response to arbitrary loading in the frequency domain. 9. direct time integration of linear systems. 10. direct time integration of nonlinear systems. 11. Generalized systems. 12. response to earthquake excitation. Part 2: Multiple degrees of freedom systems 13. equations of motion. 14. Finite element method. 15. Free response of conservative systems. 16. Free response of non-conservative systems. 17. response to arbitrary loading by modal superposition. 18. response to earthquake excitation by modal superposition. 19. Properties of eigenvalues and eigenvectors. 20. reduction of coordinates. 21. numerical methods for eigenproblems. 22. direct time integration of linear systems. 23. direct time integration of nonlinear systems.

9781848210639 • May 2010 • 896 pages • Usd 190.00 • new

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handbook of heterogenous kinetics
Michel Soustelle, ENSM, St Etienne, France this title provides a comprehensive overview of all the theoretical and practical bases of heterogenous kinetics and reactivity of solids. it applies the new concepts of reactivity and spatial function, introduced by the author, for both nucleation and growth processes, which makes it possible to give an unified presentation of the reactivity of bulk and powder solids. the book describes the methodology of building a mechanism of a transformation from experimental data, then explains how to obtain the kinetic law as a function of time, temperature, partial pressures and concentrations. laws given in other works are also covered. Contents 1. definition and experimental approach. 2. the real solid: structure elements and quasi-chemical reactions. 3. thermodynamics of heterogenous systems. 4. elementary steps in heterogenous reactions. 5. Chemical diffusion. 6. Chemical adsorption. 7. Mechanisms and kinetics of a process. 8. nucleation of a new solid phase. 9. Growth of a solid phase. 10. transformations by surface nucleation and growth. 11. Modeling and experiments. 12. Granular coalescence. 13. decomposition reactions of solids. 14. reactions between solids. 15. Gas-solid reactions. 16. transformations of solid solutions. 17. Modeling of mechanisms. 18. Mechanisms and kinetic laws. 19. Mechanisms and reactivity. 20. appendices 1 to 11.

9781848211001 • March 2010 • 960 pages • Usd 295.00 • new

Solid Mechanics using the finite element Method
Alain Berlioz, Toulouse University, France and Philippe Trompette, Consultant, France after a short review of the basic principles of how the finite element method works, the authors address some of the key aspects of solid mechanics: What is a beam? When and how can a structure be represented by beam elements? What are the basic assumptions? What kind of information does a beam model provide? a generalized beam element is also presented. the same approach is used for a discussion of stress concentrations and stress singularities. Further chapters are devoted to plate modeling: coupling of membrane and bending, folded, stiffened, composite plates, and to a presentation of the dynamics of structures with a particular focus on the modal method. the influence of local failures in the modal response is also analyzed. a commercial software (ansys®) is used in the examples. Contents 1. Fundamentals of the finite element method. 2. Modeling structures with beam elements. 3. stress concentrations, stress singularities. 4. Plates. 5. dynamic using the FeM. appendix 1. determination of beam section properties. appendix 2. Computer implementation of the saa. 9781848211919 • november 2009 • 336 pages • Usd 120.00 • new

13. Conclusion. it specifically develops instabilities arising from the rotor–structure coupling. the self-sustained instabilities associated with the presence of internal damping and instabilities related to the fluid–structure coupling for fixed and rotating structures. Probability of failure. 3. French Institute for Advanced Mechanics. “safety” coefficients. Fluid–structure interaction.10 Mechanical Engineering Mechanical instability www. self-sustained instability.00 . Aix-en-Provence.iste. Consultant and François Malburet.uk Tomasz Krysinski. 2. instability of control systems. 9781848210820 • March 2009 • 512 pages • Usd 210. 2. 7. 5. Contents 1. reliability of systems. 14. it highlights the fundamental difference in nature between the phenomena of forced resonance vibration of mechanical systems subjected to an imposed excitation and instabilities that characterize their free response. France this book describes the main methods used in the reliability of structures and their use in the design process leading to reliable products. i. 3. the book provides examples of solutions obtained by passive or active methods. stochastic finite elements. isoprobabilistic transformation. 11.co. For an original approach following the analysis of instability phenomena. 8. generally based on the finite element method. simulation methods. France this book presents a study of the stability of mechanical systems. 9781848212015 • June 2010 • 400 pages • Usd 125. notions of instability. 4.00 • new Structural reliability Maurice Lemaire. elementary r – s case. ENSAM. Products of reliability analysis. new reliability software programs are covered alongside the usual calculation tools. 9. Preliminary approach to reliability in mechanics. their free response when they are removed from their position of equilibrium after a temporary disturbance. after reviewing the main analytical methods of the dynamical stability of systems. 6. introduction.e. Chain torsion: instability of feedback systems. 12. providing the reader with the necessary foundation to implement them in research or industry. 10. Mechanical–reliability coupling. a few applications. 5. Clermont-Ferrand. rotor–structure coupling: examples of ground resonance and air resonance. 4. reliability index. Contents 1.

Crack Models and solutions. Mesoscopical and Multiscale Models. Modal synthesis. active absorbers. instrumentation used for X-ray diffraction. self-adapting suspension. 9781847040251 • May 2007 • 840 pages • Usd 315. 11. Piston engines. 5. Physical Mechanisms of Multiple damage. France Contents Part 1: sources of Vibrations 1. – 12. Vibration. Processing and Fabrication. – 3. Microstructural study of randomly oriented polycrystalline samples. 10. – 15. – 9. Ultrasonic and impact. suspensions. Film. Eurocopter. Frequency response synthesis.co. – 4. Limoges. aerodynamic excitations. – 4. France Contents 1. the modal approach. self-adjusting absorbers. 9781905209217 • March 2007 • 376 pages • Usd 175. introduction to non-linear analysis. General introduction to linear analysis. – 12. Multiple-degree-of-freedom systems. – 2. – 6. – 7. – 7. – 13. – 14. – 8. interpreting the results. 14. dynamics of a rotor. – 3. – 4. Modal effective parameters. absorbers. Intespace. 6. Model updating and optimization. Mechanical and environmental effects. – 2. Part 2: Vibration Monitoring systems 7. 9. Failure.www. 6. 5. Unbalance and gyroscopic effects. – 7. Brittle Fracture. 3. Complex modes. – 8.00 particle and continuum Aspects of Mesomechanics integrity threSholdS for MAteriAlS And StructureS – MeSoMechAnicS 2007 Edited by George C. active suspensions.00 X-ray diffraction by polycrystalline Materials inStruMentAtion And MicroStructurAl AnAlySiS René Guinebretière. – 11.uk Mechanical Engineering 11 Mechanical Vibrations ActiVe And pASSiVe control Tomasz Krysinski. France Contents 1. 9781905209293 • March 2007 • 384 pages • Usd 185. – 5. Micromechanical damage and effects. Sih et al. active systems. – 10. layer and interface. testing techniques. Creep and Fracture. Physical. – 4. – 12. 11. Heat transfer and Fluid Mechanics.00 Structural dynamics in industry Alain Girard and Nicolas Roy. Kinematic and geometric theories of X-ray diffraction. ENSAM. – 8. – 6. data processing. scattering and diffraction on imperfect crystals. the single-degree-of-freedom system. self-adapting resonators. – 5. Fatigue and Crack Growth.iste. 9781848210042 • January 2008 • 456 pages • Usd 215. non-homokinetic couplings. Aix-en-Provence. extracting information. rotor control. – 13. France and François Malburet. nanomaterials. – 9. Continuous systems. thermal. Contents 1. – 10. resonators. – 2. 3. Microstructural study of thin films. ENS de Céramiques Industrielles.00 . – 2. electronic and Composite Materials.

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liquid or two-phase flows. natural convection in confined and non-confined laminar flows. each chapter begins with a brief yet complete presentation of the related topic. Contents 1. 8. Contents 1. University of Toulouse. as well as on associated heat transfer. turbulent boundary layers and free shear flows.00 • new convective heat transfer Michel Favre-Marinet. 4. are analyzed. applications are numerous and concern every industrial field. turbulent convection in external wall flows. two-phase microflows.www. 2. the book is illustrated with examples showing the diversity and originality of fluidic microsystems. the goal of this book is to provide engineers or researchers with tools for modeling. 9. 3. General points about microflows. as varied as biotechnologies or aeronautics. 5. turbulent convection in free shear flows. the various consequences of miniaturization on the hydrodynamics of gas. liquid microflows. experimental techniques in microfluidics. experimenting on and simulating these microflows. as a preliminary step for designing and optimizing fluidic microsystems.00 . 8. 7. analysis or even synthesis of fluids. Microfluidics and active control. particularly from a pedagogical point of view. turbulent internal flows.iste. the book contains nine chapters including convective heat transfer in laminar external and internal flows. 3. dimensionless numbers. 5. 6. Grenoble Institute of Technology and Sedat Tardu. France the recent development of microtechnologies nowadays makes it possible to design complex microsystems devoted to transport. France this book on convective heat transfer phenomena differs in many respects from those currently available. Forced convection around obstacles. Forced convection in boundary layer flows. laminar fully developed forced convection in ducts. 9. Heat transfer. turbulent convection in internal wall flows. wake flows. Gas microflows. Microfluidics is quite a new research area relating to microsystems involving internal flows with characteristic dimensions of the order of one micrometer.uk Fluid Mechanics 13 Microfluidics Edited by Stéphane Colin. 7. this is followed by a series of solved problems with a gradual degree of complexity. internal natural convection. 4. 6. dosing. Joseph Fourier University. external natural convection. Fluidic microsystems.co. mixing. Grenoble. Physiological microflows. 2. 9781848210974 • May 2010 • 432 pages • Usd 150. Fundamental equations. 9781848211193 • June 2009 • 400 pages • Usd 190.

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each chapter offers a simple theoretical presentation followed by an overview of practical calculation methods based on recent results. 25. 7. some transonic flow properties. application of the shock wave theory to supersonic air intakes. shock tube. the final chapter describes some specific properties of transonic flows. Chapters 18 through 24 develop the theory of characteristics applied to the study of supersonic flows as well as unsteady flows. Classification of flows. ONERA. oblique shock wave and shock polars. 16. in order to make theoretical understanding easier and present current applications. dimensionless equations. 9781848211414 • May 2010 • 608 pages • Usd 195. 3. 22. numerical methods for the calculation of unsteady flows. 20. Basic definitions. 13. Main conservation equation applications. 6. 9. fields of application and current challenges. 21. discontinuity surfaces: shock wave and slip line. France www. Contents 1. 12. the numerical method of characteristics 19. 5. Flows with shock waves. application to supersonic nozzle calculation. Fundamental concepts in fluid mechanics.iste. contact surface and wave reflections. application to nozzle calculation. 18. 2d steady supersonic flows and the theory of characteristics. steady one-dimensional.uk this book is dedicated to compressible aerodynamic flows in the context of the inviscid fluid hypothesis. 4. aerodynamic forces. 24. inviscid and adiabatic flows.00 • new . 17. Chapters 9 through 17 present the theory of steady one-dimensional flows and discontinuity surfaces such as shock waves and slip lines.co.16 Fluid Mechanics handbook of compressible Aerodynamics Jean Délery. thermodynamic reminders. Chapters 1 through 8 introduce the fundamental principles of theoretical aerodynamics and continue with vital reminders for understanding the discussions in the following chapters. rotational characteristics method. Fundamental equations of fluid mechanics. 15. 2. 23. 14. application of one-dimensional theory to the calculation of ejectors. one-dimensional flows with friction and heat transfer. Parameters of similarity. Unsteady one-dimensional inviscid and adiabatic flows. 11. shock crossings or shock-shock interferences. this is central to gas dynamics. 8. 10. aerodynamics: objectives. Unsteady shock wave.

9781848212138 • June 2010 • 512 pages • Usd 195. sergio idelsohn. Michael schäfer. Benson. Patrice laure.uk Fluid Mechanics 17 Arbitrary lagrangian-eulerian fluid–Structure interaction nuMericAl SiMulAtion Edited by Mhamed Souli. Lille University. a number of practical examples are taken from various areas of fluid mechanics and hydraulics. such as steep fronts and shock waves. to extend the application of coupling problems. 2. Hugues digonnet. the first and by far simplest coupling method is explicit partitioned coupling. 5. in order to reduce computational time for large-scale problems. 7. Contents 1.iste. 6. luisa silva. the mathematical techniques that allow the behavior of the waves to be analyzed are presented. along with existing numerical methods for the simulation of wave propagation. david J. Following this. appendices. Hyperbolic systems of conservation laws in one dimension of space. rudy Valette. linear algebra. such as contaminant transport. Finite difference methods for hyperbolic systems. France and David J. 2. the navier-stokes equations need to be solved in a moving mesh using an ale formulation. France Second edition • updAted And reViSed this title presents the physical principles of wave propagation in fluid mechanics and hydraulics.00 • new . and describes different algorithms and numerical methods used to solve problems where fluid and structure can be weakly or strongly coupled. enabling readers to test their understanding of the subject. elie Hachem. Weak solutions and their properties. Contents 1. the motion of immiscible hydrocarbons in aquifers. Facundo del Pin and riccardo rossi. mathematical descriptions and numerical simulations of multiphase problems using level set techniques for interface tracking are presented and illustrated using specific coupling problems. Finite difference methods and finite volume methods are analyzed and applied to practical situations. Mhamed souli. Particular attention is paid to discontinuous flows. and their mathematical treatment. implicit Partitioned Coupling in Fluid–structure interaction. introduction to arbitrary lagrangian-eulerian in Finite element Methods. summary of the formulae. approximate riemann solvers. avoiding instabilities Caused by added Mass effects in Fluid–structure interaction Problems. Finite volume methods for hyperbolic systems. San Diego.www. Benson. 4. the added mass technique is described first. 3. pipe transients and gas dynamics. 5. in order to preserve the flexibility and modularity that are inherent in the partitioned coupling. 4.co. Multidimensional hyperbolic systems.00 • new wave propagation in fluids — ModelS And nuMericAl techniqueS Vincent Guinot. scalar hyperbolic conservation laws in one dimension of space. we also describe the implicit partitioned coupling using an iterative process. numerical analysis. with particular attention being given to their advantages and disadvantages. Multidomain Finite element Computations: application to Multiphasic Problems. University of Montpellier. Fluid–structure interaction: application to dynamic Problems. University of California. 9781848211315 • January 2010 • 320 pages • Usd 120. the main aspects of the fluid structure coupling are then developed. an introduction to the Proper orthogonal decomposition (Pod) technique applied to Fsi problems is also presented. USA. river flow. 3. for general coupling problems involving large deformation of the structure. the riemann problem. application exercises are given at the end of each chapter. this book provides the fundamental basics for solving fluid-structure interaction problems. thierry Coupez.

co. emphasis is placed upon this approach because it embodies potentials for clarifying numerous problems in turbulent shear flows. 5. 17. Modeling of the reynolds stress evolution equations. 7. simplified closures: two and three transport equation models. 3. simpler. 6. thermodynamics of discrete systems. 11. Institut de Recherche sur les Phénomènes Hors Équilibre (IRPHE). Physics of energetic systems in flow. 16. 2. thermodynamics of continuous media. Part 2 explains the basic methods of metrology. 2. 9781848210011 • January 2008 • 752 pages • Usd 255. Multiple scale models. 8. 6. the main different methods of approach are considered. the passive scalar variance and its dissipation rate. 15. thermal systems and models. synopsis on numerical methods. 7. 9. Contents 1. the equations of fluid dynamics. transportation and propagation. Finally. 4. Contents 1. 12. large eddy simulations. treatment of low reynolds number turbulence. Homogenous anisotropic turbulence. 5. the influence of extra physical parameters is also considered. using a selection of examples of fluid and thermal mechanics. Methodology for one point closures. the book concludes by examining large numerical simulations methods. 18. the book considers second order closure models. 10. 20. 9781848210653 • september 2008 • 512 pages • Usd 240. Variable density turbulent flows. notes on the problems posed by the study of complex flows. 19. mathematical tools and methods for closure. turbulence scales.iste. generally older models are then presented as simplified versions of the more general second order models. 8. 14. advanced closures: new directions in second order modeling.uk Roland Schiestel. France Part 1 of this title concentrates on equations coming from balance laws and also discusses transportation phenomena and propagation of shock waves. Measurement. signal processing and system modeling.00 .00 fundamentals of fluid Mechanics and transport phenomena Jean-Laurent Peube. University of Poitiers. Modeling the turbulent flux evolution equations for a passive scalar. Wall treatment: methods and problems. Mathematical tools. France this title provides the fundamental bases for developing turbulence models on rational grounds. after a discussion of the basic concepts. simplified closures: zero and one transpor equation models. Fundamentals of statistical modeling: basic physical concepts. 3. 4. General properties of flows. turbulence transport equations for an incompressible fluid. representation and analysis of temporal signals. influence of archimedean forces.18 Fluid Mechanics Modeling and Simulation of turbulent flows www. 13. ranging from statistical modeling at various degrees of complexity to numerical simulations of turbulence. Marseille.

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9. Cracks are modeled in terms of signed distance functions (level sets). non convex situations are considered by means of relaxation methods and the connections between probability and convexity are explored and exploited in order to generate numerical algorithms. Contents Part 1: Motivation: examples and applications 1. Basics of fracture mechanics. 9781848212091 • June 2010 • 256 pages • Usd 85. Conclusions and open problems. 8. applications: numerical simulation of cracking. France. 6. 4. 9781848211773 • March 2010 • 528 pages • Usd 190. 3. Anthony Gravouil. 5. Functionals on real Hilbert spaces. INSA de Rouen. INSA de Lyon. 2. Cases of fatigue cracking.uk Eduardo Souza de Cursi. PUC-rio. France and Alain Combescure. Part 2: theory 5. 2. a simplified model for the fusion / solidification.20 Numerical Methods Modeling and convexity www. 4. 7. Nicolas Moes.co. representation of fixed and mobile discontinuities. Variational problems. France new techniques for modeling 3d cracks and their evolution in solids are presented. 3. Curvilineous structures. stress. Minimisation of a nonconvex function. Brazil this reference book gives to the reader a complete but comprehensive presentation of the foundations of convex analysis and presents applications to significant situations in engineering.00 • new .iste. the examples consider meaningful situations such as the modeling of curvilinear structures. Ecole Centrale de Nantes. applications for static or dynamics case are provided.00 • new extended finite element Methods for crack propagation Sylvie Pommier. Convex sets. France. non-linear constitutive behavior for the crack tip region is developed within this framework to account for non-linear effect in crack propagation. dynamics of unilateral systems. strain and displacement field are determined using the extended finite elements method (X-FeM). ENS-Cachan. nonlinear problems. the presentation of the theory is self-contained and the proof of all the essential results is given. optimization. INSA de Lyon. 10. the motion of a mass of people or the solidification of a material. Finite elements extended X-FeM. rio de Janeiro. elements of set theory. France and Rubens Sampaio. Contents 1. real Hibert spaces.

convective heat transfer 4. 9. UPMC Paris 6.00 finite element Simulation of heat transfer Jean-Michel Bergheau. General definitions. surface mesh optimization. 9781848210530 • september 2008 • 288 pages • Usd 140. to traditional non-linearities and to convective phenomena. Convective heat transfer. Mathematical formulation. in addition. other types of mesh generation methods. 21. 10. Meshing implicit curves and surfaces. Part 3: Coupled problems 7. France and Roland Fortunier. France and Paul-Louis George. Quadratic forms and metrics. 15.www. Contents Part 1: steady conduction 1. a comprehensive survey of mesh generation methods. Parallel computing and meshing issues. such as mesh modification tools. Quadtree-octree-based methods. several aspects are given full coverage. 8. mesh evaluation criteria. Mesh adaptation and P or HP-methods. Basic structures and algorithms. St-Etienne. 9. 7. 13. Curve meshing. 17. Mesh adaptation and H-methods. algebraic. 12. Mesh modifications. 18. 23. advancing-front technique for mesh generation. Fluid-structure interaction in a pipe. radiation exchanges in a chamber. Coupled problems involving heat transfer are then presented. Moving or deformable meshing techniques. France the aim of this second edition is to provide a comprehensive survey of the different algorithms and data structures useful for triangulation and meshing construction.00 . which an engineer can simulate. 24. surface modeling. Metallurgical phase change. 6. Contents 1. 2. delaunay-based mesh generation methods. 6. 4. a review of the various thermal phenomena is drawn up.uk Numerical Methods second edition 21 Mesh generation ApplicAtion to finite eleMentS Pascal Jean Frey. the method is gradually extended to transient regimes. 5. 19. 14. media axis and applications. 9781848210295 • February 2008 • 848 pages • Usd 195. delaunay admissibility. ENISE. the finite element method. non-linearities. INRIA. 16. 2. 22. starting from steady conduction. differential geometry. mesh optimization. Curve modeling. Part 2: transient conduction. France this book introduces the finite element method applied to the resolution of industrial heat transfer problems. three types of couplings are discussed: coupling through boundary conditions (such as radiative heat transfer in cavities). this new edition has been comprehensively updated and also includes a new chapter on mobile or deformable meshes. Ecole des Mines. isoparametric elements. 11. adaptive mesh construction and parallel meshing techniques. 8. non-linearities. surface meshing and re-meshing. 20.iste.co. addition of state variables (such as metallurgical phase change) and coupling through partial differential equations (such as electrical phenomena). 3. Mesh optimization. a touch of finite elements. 3. 5. transient conduction. Pde and multiblock methods. 10. St-Etienne. thermal and electrical phenomena.

additional elements of elasticity. medical and biological applications. 9781905209484 • august 2005 • 752 pages • Usd 195. EDF. new finite volume schemes. 11. the Basics of linear elastic Behavior. convergence. stiff source terms. Formalism and notations are kept to a minimum. Contents Part 1: level 1 1. Driss Ouazar and Said Raghay this volume contains contributions from speakers at the 4th international symposium on Finite Volumes for Complex applications. Part 3: supplements 9. introduction to Finite elements for structural dynamics. Paris-Est University and Jean-Marc Hérard.co.uk the main aspects of practical modeling are detailed in this book. Physical applications: multiphase flow and flows through porous media. 12. in July 2005. University of Toulouse 3. the subject of these papers ranges from theoretical and numerical results to physical applications. applications: discretization of simple structures. theoretical and numerical results: theoretical foundation. other types of Finite elements.iste.22 Numerical Methods Modeling and dimensioning of Structures Daniel Gay and Jacques Gambelin. and numerous cases are covered. and approximation of probability laws. the subject of these papers ranges from theoretical and numerical results to physical applications. France. France this volume contains the contributions presented at the 5th international symposium on Finite Volumes for Complex applications. Practical aspects of Finite element Modeling.00 finite Volumes for complex Applications iV proBleMS & perSpectiVeS Edited by Fayssal Benkhaldoun. structural Joints. held in aussois. Mechanical Behavior of structures: an energy approach. in June 2008. discretization of a structure into Finite elements. turbulent flows.00 finite Volumes for complex Applications V proceedingS of the 5th internAtionAl SyMpoSiuM on finite VoluMeS for coMpleX ApplicAtionS Edited by Robert Eymard. Morocco.00 . 9781848210356 • May 2008 • 960 pages • Usd 310. and image processing. 9781848210400 • april 2008 • 736 pages • Usd 240. the main practical results obtained at each stage are synthesized systematically in the form of summarized tables. higher order discretization and parallelization. shallow water problems. 10. 7. Part 2: level 2 5. 4. Criteria for dimensioning. France www. cryogenic applications. abstract formalism has been deliberately avoided. adaptivity. held in Marrakech. 2. Behavior of straight Beams. 3. Mathematic Prerequisites. 8. 6.

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ion implantation and ion Beam assisted deposition. multiaxial fatigue. 2.00 • new . Fatigue of assemblies. s. Pineau. Bathias. Y. ion nitriding and afterglow treatments. Variable amplitude loading.24 Materials Science www. providing coverage from the basic physics to the technical details of each. local approach to cracking. France Fatigue of Materials and Structures includes information on advanced materials: polymers.-M. Michel Pons and Francis Baillet. 9. Prediction of initiation from a notch.iste. C. Corrosion-fatigue. 9781848211711 • november 2009 • 416 pages • Usd 160. l.-P. ENSMP. Bathias. H. Very High temperature Fatigue. the probabilistic approach to structural dimensioning. CNAM. and iii) macroscopic modeling of reactors.-l. lindley. C. thermal Fatigue. C. 8. t. Contents 1. initiation and propagation of fatigue hot cracks. 6. fatigue under variable loads and the role of the environment. H. Verreman. s. Gigacycle Fatigue. numerical simulation Methods. Chaboche. 19. effect of surface treatments on Fatigue strength. gigacyclic fatigue. 11.-P. with emphasis on the macroscopic engineering of the processes and the microscopic characterization of the produced coatings. 7. 2. lieurade. damage tolerance design. aimé richardt and isabelle richardt. Plastic deformation in relation to Fatigue Crack. Fatigue strength. Pack Cementation. such as small cracks. Contents 1. Fatigue Crack Growth. lemaitre. G. sudret. Chemical Vapor deposition: Principles and applications.-P. Bathias. Fretting Fatigue.uk fatigue of Materials and Structures — volume 1 fundAMentAlS Edited by Claude Bathias. Bathias. 4. with dedicated chapters dealing with i) principles and industrial applications. Grenoble INP. elastomers and composites. Baudry. lieurade. Pommier. Coupled Phenomena Modeling in CVd. effect of environment. Y. t. Cailleteau. influence of defects and Flaws. Yves Pauleau. 9. a. B. Gas Phase Carburation and Carbonitriding of steels. Pineau and C. J. damage Cumulation. antolovich. short Crack threshold. Probabilistic design of the Fatigue of structures. 7. 8. Modeling of Plastic Zones. and new knowledge. lieurade.00 • new Vapor Surface treatments Edited by Alain Galerie. 20. 21. low Cycle Fatigue. H. Pelloux. 18. 14. introduction for Fatigue of Materials. a. Palin-luc. 9781848210516 • april 2010 • 512 pages • Usd 240. alain Galerie has drawn contributions from leading experts at top research universities to produce a complete overview of the vapor phase surface treatments which have an increasing role in modern surface engineering. alain Galerie and Yves Wouters. 6. 10. 12. J. J. 3. K. 15. a section of the book is devoted to chemical vapor deposition (CVd) processes.co. Contact Fatigue. Cathode sputtering. Pineau. r. Glinka. elisabeth Blanquet and Frédéric schuster. r. 17. Jacky dulcy and Michel Gantois. 13. Multiaxial Fatigue. France and André Pineau. ii) the use of plasma and lasers to assist deposition. laser or Plasma assisted Chemical Vapor deposition. Petit. Murakami. G. a. Vacuum evaporation. 24. contact fatigue and thermal fatigue as well as new approaches introduced by internationally renowned authors. 22. Jean desmaison et al. thierry Belmonte. dang Van. thierry Czerwiec and Henri Michel. 5. 5. remy. 4. Cazes. France this book details the most important techniques used in industrial applications. Jean-Paul rivière. 16. 23. 3. G.

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Fracture toughness of welded joints.00 . the effect of overloads on the fatigue life. Physical modeling of the entire fatigue process. Jean-Paul Gourmelon. Jean-louis Moiron. 2. Pascal Verrier and Joël Claeys. 9. the second part of the book concentrates on the applications of welding for various materials and in various industrial fields: sheet steel for cars.co. Welding heavy components in the nuclear industry. Norway and Naman Recho. Welding steel structures. Christian Bonnet. olivier dieraert. 7. a notch stress field approach to the prediction of fatigue life. Welding of steel mechanical components. Basic characterization of the fatigue behavior of welded joints. introduction. the s-n approach. 9. 6. metallurgical and mechanical phenomena in the heat affected zone of welding. 8. Michel Courbière. as well as to fatigue and brittle fracturing. Molten metal.www. 12. definition and description of fatigue loading. thermal. Marc Bousseau. Welding of steel sheets. the first part of the book provides a review of the various different welding processes in use. France this title offers a comprehensive overview on the subject of welding. 9781848210387 • october 2008 • 512 pages • Usd 195. 6. it explains how to cope with likely future problems relating to fatigue design of welded structures. France this book deals with practical problems in structural design and service inspection. 9781905209545 • october 2006 • 432 pages • Usd 175. experimental methods and data analysis. it then goes on to deal with the entire set of thermal. dominique Kaplan and Guy Murry. Christian Bonnet. pressure vessels. 4. 3. François Faure and léon dunand-roux. 4. Guy Murry and dominique Kaplan. 5. Contents 1. and the welding of stainless steels and aluminum alloys. with and without surface treatments. the evolution of standardization in welding is examined. metallurgical and mechanical phenomena in the heat affected zone (HaZ) of base metals and molten metals. Welding aluminum alloys. abdelkrim Chehaibou and Jean-Claude Goussain. applied fracture mechanics. Contents 1. 11. Jean-Pierre Pescatore and Jean-Henri Borgeot. 3. Gilles rigaut. 5. Welding products.uk Metallurgy 39 Metallurgy and Mechanics of welding proceSSeS And induStriAl ApplicAtionS Edited by Régis Blondeau. 8. Multi-axial fatigue of welded joints. stochastic modeling. Fatigue strength of welded joints. University Blaise Pascal. Particular attention is paid to the problems of rupturing. Yves desalos and Gérard Pradere. 14. St-Etienne. Finally. Clermont-Ferrand. 13. 7. 10. High density energy beam welding processes: electron beams and lazers.iste. Grimstad. steel construction and fabrication. 10. standardization: organization and quality control in welding. Agder University College. traditional welding processes. 2. ENSM. 12. Proposal for a new type of s-n curve. Henri-Paul lieurade. Welding stainless steels. including both traditional and more recent high energy input welding techniques. mechanical system components.00 fatigue life Analyses of welded Structures Tom Lassen. 11.

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Vardoulakis. M. Vincens and C. darve. nova. damage of geomaterials: induced anisotropy and coupling with plasticity. putting forward relevant methods and efficient tools for analysis. Wan. 7. 6. Finally. e. this book. although theoretical at first glance. richefeu and F. Pastor. Guo. France and Richard Wan. nouguier-lehon. V. P. seepage: stationary conditions. radjaï. Various failure modes that are encountered in geomaterials and their implications in engineering applications are discussed throughout the chapters. Grenoble. Continuous and discrete modeling of failure in geomaterials. 5. Multiscale analysis of failure. F. effect of particle breakage on the behavior of granular materials. darve.iste. F. el Youssoufi Moulay. d. 4. 3. F. the constitutive relationship: tests and experimental results. Contents 1. it provides a view of the current scientific community on this topic. Kondo.42 Civil Engineering & Geomaterials www. V. 3. s. Fernández Merodo. 2. University of Calgary. 10. the case of porous frictional materials with or without a fluid phase is considered together with the basic roles of the sliding and opening of contacts as a failure mechanism. the influence of grain crushing as a plausible mechanism under a variety of stress conditions and grain topologies is also addressed. numerical solution to boundary problems. Pijaudier-Cabot. Cambou. nicot. Mira. F. introduction: basic concepts. 9781848211285 • november 2009 • 368 pages • Usd 150. 7. fracture in continuous materials containing grain inclusions is dealt within the context of damage theory. the constitutive relationship: mathematical modeling of the experimental behavior. Canada this book is a treatise that brings together some of the latest international research and advances in the failure of granular geomaterials within a micromechanical approach. or purely micromechanical investigations. tonni. M. CEMAGREF. 9. numerical modeling of failure mechanisms. nicot and F. F. Contents Controllability of geotechnical tests and their relationship to the instabilities of soils.a. Zhu. Capillary cohesion of wet granular media. Continuous damage modeling and discrete approaches to failure. 8. Pinheiro. 4. l. r.uk Micromechanics of failure in granular geomaterials Edited by François Nicot. Mechanical behavior of granular materials with soft grains.o. r. sibille. seepage: transient conditions. G. 2. Alberta. also offers a more practical scope. B.co. soulié. Failure analysis using an elastoplastic micromechanical model. Georgopoulos. Prunier. Soil Mechanics Roberto Nova. 5. the chapters includes either phenomenological contributions enriched with micromechanical ingredients. J. giving readers adequate tools to plan geotechnical projects correctly. Monchiet and Q. i.00 • new 1. 9781848211025 • april 2010 • 464 pages • Usd 190. Italy Knowledge of the behavior of soil mechanics is essential for forecasting the internal displacements and actions of any construction. i. 6. Q. P. Field equations for a porous medium.00 • new . li. l. Milan University of Technology.

subsidence due to Water Withdrawal. seismic ground motion. Christian schroeder. dynamic behavior of concrete: constitutive models. seismic calculation methods of structures and paraseismic engineering.uk Civil Engineering & Geomaterials 43 environmental geomechanics Edited by Bernard Schrefler. Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (ENPC). 3. 9. 13. alain Millard. experimental methods in earthquake engineering. France Contents 1. models of concrete structures subject to seismic activity. experiments on large structures. Yu-Jun Cui and Bernard schrefler. Christophe ancey et al. Pierre delage and Michel Wojnarowicz. retention and transfer of Hydrocarbon Pollution: Mechanisms and numerical Modeling of the Methods.co. Michel Wojnarowicz and Mario Manassero. . retention and transfer of Chemical soluble Pollution: Mechanisms and numerical Modeling. 6. 4. 7. Patrice Bailly. experimental techniques for Characterizing the alterations. 12. Véronique Verges-Belmin. 7. Bernard schrefler and Pierre delage. 978184821667 • June 2010 • 544 pages • Usd 200. instability of soil Masses. Jean-rené Gibert. 11. 4. 8.iste. 6. then examines seismicity and seismic behavior. subsidence due to the extraction of Coal and Hydrocarbons. retention and transfer of trace elements and Heavy Metals: Mechanisms and numerical Modeling. soil behavior: dynamic soil-structure interactions. Methods of remediation of Polluted soils. François descoeudres. Patrick Paultre and Jean Proulx. France While the static behavior of concrete has been the subject of numerous works. 5. INPG. 8.00 • new dynamic Behavior of concrete and Seismic engineering Edited by Jacky Mazars. Claude Brunjail et al. University of Padua. CEA Saclay. abdelmalek Bouazza. 10. 9781848210714 • February 2009 • 400 pages • Usd 150. Jean-Paul Gaudet and Michel Vauclin. soil behavior. instability of rock Masses.00 1. 5. Confining liners in Waste disposal Facilities.www. 2. Jacky Mazars and Jean-Marie reynouard. Bernard schrefler and luciano simoni. 3. 15. Italy and Pierre Delage. Pierre Pegon and J-C Queval. Véronique Verges-Belmin et al. Paris. Christophe ancey et al. Magnan. François toutlemonde and Gérard Gary. Mario Manassero and abdelmalek Bouazza. 16. alteration of Building stones. nivology and avalanches. Grenoble and Alain Millard. Philippe Bisch. nature and survey of soil Pollution. 14. 17. robert Charlier and Jean-Pol radu. this book sets out to remedy this situation: it presents the most frequently experimental techniques used in the study of the dynamic behavior of concrete. nicolas ile. Yu-Jun Cui and J. seismic analysis of structures: improvements due to probabilistic concepts. 9.-P. engineering know-how: lessons from earthquakes and rules for seismic design. 2. Physics of Water transfer in stones. the same cannot be said regarding the dynamic behavior. Pierre-Yves Bard. alain Pecker. Contents dynamic behavior of concrete: experimental aspects. Jean-Paul laurent. laurent Vulliet. Mountain stream Hydraulics and debris Flow. abdelmalek Bouazza. didier Combescure. local subsidence due to Water infiltration. Models for simulating the seismic response of concrete structures. Case studies.

probabilistic methods. K. 14. Jommi. natural disasters. Basic concepts in the mechanics of unsaturated geomaterials. advanced experimental techniques for the non-isothermal testing of soils. 2. water content and water permeability. laloui. thermally-induced pore pressure generation in a nearly-saturated cementitious material. o. Contents Part 1: Fundamental concepts 1. l. 13. Switzerland this book provides a sound basis in the challenging area of the mechanics of unsaturated geomaterials. Unsaturated soil mechanics applied to top soils. consolidation and swelling in fine soils near saturation in engineering practice. Modelling of landslides in partially saturated slopes. 9781848212664 • June 2010 • 416 pages • Usd 195.00 • new thermo-hydromechanical and chemical coupling in geomaterials and Applications proceedingS of the 3rd internAtionAl SyMpoSiuM geoproc’2008 Edited by Jian-Fu Shao and Nicolas Burlion. original up-to-date results are presented by leading experts at an international level. the presentation of the fundamental concepts is based on an interdisciplinary approach. 10. Collin. tarantino.uk Edited by Lyesse Laloui.00 . Polytech-Lille. 4. 7. r. C. a. experimental techniques for unsaturated geomaterials. 8. 9781848210431 • May 2008 • 736 pages • Usd 290. l. 16.iste. drying shrinkage and cracking of soils. laloui. Conservation laws for three-phase partially-saturated geomaterials. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. Part 4: engineering applications 12. Horn. P. in the areas of soil. Borja. the objective is to supply the reader with an exhaustive overview starting from the basics and covering the most recent theories and applications (i. P. Various topics are covered from fundamental developments to engineering applications such as: coupled constitutive models. 18. rock and cement-based material mechanics. Boutonnier. delage. t.e. Coefficient B. nuclear waste disposal. Mechanics of unsaturated cement-based materials. F.44 Civil Engineering & Geomaterials Mechanics of unsaturated geomaterials www. oil and agriculture productions). Pipeline behaviour on unsaturated soils. Mechanics of unsaturated geomaterials applied to nuclear waste storage. 9. Charlier. solutions and case studies are also provided. Hydro-mechanical coupling theory in unsaturated geomaterials and its numerical integration. Hueckel. Lausanne. multi-scale approaches. laloui. EPFL. 15. Constitutive modeling of unsaturated soils. laloui. 17. l. 11. soga. Geomechanical analysis of river embankments. 5. l. a. r. selvadurai. Part 2: experimental characterization 3. Part 3: theoretical framework 6. l. tarantino. Coussy. r. strain localisation in coupled transient phenomena. Field measurement of suction. a. Gens.co. Mechanics of unsaturated soils. France this book contains the Proceedings of the 3rd international symposium devoted to recent advances in the study and modeling of t-H-M-C coupling in geomaterials and its applications (GeoProc’2008). experimental and in situ investigations. numerical implementation.

00 . University of Montpellier 2. although rapid flows and widely dispersed media are also mentioned briefly. Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées.00 • new Micromechanics of granular Materials Edited by Bernard Cambou. three essential areas are covered: local variable analysis: contact forces.uk Civil Engineering & Geomaterials 45 Mechanical Behavior of concrete Edited by Jean-Michel Torrenti. 3. University of Pau and Pays de l’Adour. Fékri Meftah. orientation of contacting particles and fabric tensors are all examples of local variables. damage and plasticity theories and their coupling. Jean-François destrebecq. displacements and rotations. numerical modeling: several methods designed to calculate approximate solutions of dynamical equations together with unilateral contact and frictional laws are presented. Khalil Haidar. instantaneous and time-dependent features. 9781848210752 • May 2009 • 368 pages • Usd 125. INSA Lyon. Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot and Khalil Haidar. Franz-Josef Ulm. such as spatial distribution and possible localization. 5. LMA. Jean-Marie Reynouard. France. Concrete at early age: the major parameters. 8. Farid Benboudjema.iste. Marseille. Jean-François Georgin. Ecole Centrale de Lyon. Failure and size effect of structural concrete. Jean-Marie reynouard. France this title presents the experimental data from elastic range until failure. including molecular dynamics. 9781848211780 • april 2010 • 448 pages • Usd 190. their statistical distributions. Jean-Michel torrenti. 2. Grégory Heinfling. Part 3: time dependent response of concrete 7. it deals with the modeling of this behavior presenting the different theoretical approaches. and Farhang Radjaï.co. Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot. taking into account experimental results or numerical simulations. Jean-François dubé. delayed effects – Creep and shrinkage. F. 9. test technique and experimental characterization. Part 2: Concrete under cyclic and dynamic loading 4. Vincent Waller and Buqan Miao. Michel Jean. 6. these procedures make it possible to construct continuum laws to be used in a continuum mechanics approach or perform smaller scale analyses.www. the distinct element method and non-smooth contact dynamics. Benoît Bissonette and Jacques Marchand. Fatigue of structural concrete. are analyzed. Fabrice lemaou and Jean-Michel torrenti. Gatuingt. France this title’s main focus is devoted to static or dynamic loadings applied to dense materials. nicolas Burlion. Contents Part 1: instantaneous or time-independent models for concrete 1. rate dependent behavior and modeling for transient analyses. Change of scales procedures: also known as “homogenization techniques”. France and Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot. Modeling of the macroscopic behavior of concrete. Cyclic behavior of concrete and reinforced concrete. Modeling concrete at early age.

elastoplastic modeling of soils: monotonous loading. linear seismic calculation. laouafa. Contents 1. and seismic action. damage modeling of rock materials. 2. Parameter identification.F. elastoplastic modeling of soils: cyclic loading. Giraud. Kondo. F. 6. F. University of Science and Technology. the mainclasses of constitutive relations.-Y. incremental constitutive relations for soils. the parameters used to characterize earthquakes. P. J. 9. Parameters used to define earthquakes. Hoxha. d. 9781848210264 • February 2008 • 992 pages • Usd 330. shao and a. viscoplasticity. P. the spatial and temporal distributions of seismicity. darve. Part 2: strong ground motions 4. France this title includes contributions from a range of prominent specialists in order to provide a cutting-edge review of the field of constitutive modeling of soil and rocks including elastoplasticity. incrementally non-linear models and damage models. Part 4: seismic action 8. Manifestations of the seismic phenomena on the surface. 13. Mechanisms of soils deformation. the response spectrum. Homand and d. 9781848210202 • april 2008 • 456 pages • Usd 215. F. Mestat. Hicher and J. Hicher and i.-Y. seismic hazards and their evaluation. strong vibratory motions. Multiscale modeling of anisotropic unilateral damage in quasi-brittle geomaterials: formulation and numerical applications.co. Lille. 9. 4. B. P. shahrour. darve and F. 11. France and Jian-Fu Shao. Viscoplastic behavior of soils. Biarez and P.-Y. Calculation models for strong vibratory motions. 14. notions on soil/structure interaction. Cambou and P. 10. 3.46 Civil Engineering & Geomaterials Seismic engineering www. 3. Contents Part 1: earthquakes and induced phenomena 1. Hicher. 5. 7. Causes of earthquakes. 5. J. 12. including the effects of vibratory motions and induced phenomena. Ecole Centrale of Nantes. technical aspects of prevention.iste. effects of induced phenomena. Part 7: seismic prevention tools 18. Poromechanical behavior of saturated cohesive rocks. shao. Part 5: the effects of earthquakes on buildings 11. r. scales of macroseismic intensity. J. other representations of seismic action. deformation effects sustained by superficial ground. strong ground motions. Part 6: seismic calculations 15. detailing the causes of earthquakes. Part 3: seismic hazards 6.-Y. Homand.F. 8.uk Jacques Betbeder-Matibet the first half of Seismic Engineering is devoted to seismic phenomena and hazards. Hicher. elastoplastic behavior of ductile porous rocks.F. dragon. 7. assessment of seismic hazard.00 constitutive Modeling of Soils and rocks Edited by Pierre-Yves Hicher. 2. Chambon. 16. 17.00 . overview of non-linear calculations. the seismic coefficient. a. shao and s. effects of vibratory motions. the second half discusses the effects of earthquakes and tools used to assess and reduce risk. 10. seismic calculations and technical aspects of prevention.

Grenoble. Part 2: Heat and mass transfers 4. 13.iste. ENTPE Lyon. shrinkage and drying. divided into four parts. 2. shrinkage and durability. size effect. France. Constitutive modeling and computational structural mechanics. 6. 8. Ecole Centrale de Nantes. standard recommendations. Heat transfers in composite materials. Bruno Gérard. is an equivalent macroscopic description possible? 3. self-consistent estimates and bounds for permeability. concrete and concrete-like materials. an introduction to upscaling methods. newtonian fluid flow in rigid porous media under different regimes and quasi-statics and dynamics of saturated deformable porous media.uk Civil Engineering & Geomaterials 47 homogenization of coupled phenomena in heterogenous Media Jean-Louis Auriault and Christian Geindreau. large-scale monitoring of creep. diffusion/advection in porous media.00 . Heterogenous medium. Compressible newtonian fluid flow through a rigid porous medium. Contents Part 1: Upscaling methods 1. 14. shrinkage reducing methods and agents. approaches to creep. France and Paul Acker. Part 3: newtonian fluid flows through rigid porous media 7. Creep and shrinkage of new concrete products. numerical and analytical estimates for the effective diffusion coefficient. incompressible newtonian fluid flow through a rigid porous medium. Monitoring the durability performances. Lafarge. OXAND. Quasi-statics of saturated deformable porous media. 9. Uncertainty and probabilistic modeling.co. 5. numerical estimation of the permeability of some periodic porous media. Part 4: saturated deformable porous media 11. Claude Boutin. Homogenization by multiple scale asymptotic expansions. cracking of structures. deterioration kinetics of concrete structures. dynamics of saturated deformable porous media. France this book summarizes the homogenization technique and its contribution to engineering sciences.00 creep. heat and mass transfers in porous media. design of concrete structures. Core properties of early-age concrete. Shrinkage and durability of concrete and concrete Structures — concreep-7 Edited by Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot. Joseph Fourier University. 10. France Contents Chemo-mechanics of concrete deterioration. 12. Multiphase and multiscale approaches. 9781848211612 • June 2009 • 480 pages • Usd 210. estimates and bounds for the effective poroelastic coefficients. Model-based monitoring of cracking and durability interaction between creep and fracture in in early-age structures. its main topics are an introduction to the homogenization technique for periodic or random media. 9781905209507 • september 2005 • 656 pages • Usd 215. Micromechanisms and micromechanics.www. shrinkage and creep. Wave propagation in isotropic saturated poroelastic media.

metal and soft tissue. 10. a Multiscale Modeling of Granular Materials with surface energy Forces. FL. as such. 13. Modeling Plastic anisotropy and strength differential effects in Metallic Materials.00 Advances in X-ray tomography for geomaterials Edited by Jacques Desrues. 11.uk Multiscale Modeling of heterogenous Materials froM MicroStructure to MAcro-ScAle propertieS Edited by Oana Cazacu. Shalimar. this book brings together a total of 48 contributions (including 5 keynote papers) which were presented at the 2nd international Workshop on the application of X-ray Ct for Geomaterials (GeoX 2006) held in aussois (France) on october 4-7. the study of geomaterials (including granulates. direct scale transition approach for Highly-filled Viscohyperelastic Particulate Composites: Computational study. USA this title provides an overview of recent advances in computational methods for linking phenomena in systems that span large ranges of time and spatial scales. Contents 1. Gioacchino Viggiani and Pierre Bésuelle originally developed for use in healthcare.co.2006. shear Bands in steel Plates under impact loading. non-linear Micro-cracked Geomaterials: anisotropic damage and Coupling with Plasticity. this will be valuable reading for anyone interested in the application of X-ray Ct to geomaterials from both fundamental and applied perspectives. 17. Meso to Macro-scale Probability aspects for size effects and Heterogenous Material Failure. Computed tomography (Ct) is useful for studying a wide range of materials. Bifurcation in Granular Materials: a Multiscale approach. discrete dislocation dynamics: Principles and recent applications. recent advances of X-ray technology. Multiscale Modeling of large strain Phenomena in Polycrystalline Metals: a new Constitutive Update scheme for rate-dependent Crystal Plasticity in FeM. 15. University of Florida. the contributions cover a wide range of topics. 12. from fundamental characterization of material behavior to applications in geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering. earth Mantle rheology inferred from Homogenization theories. 4. accounting for Plastic strain Heterogenities in Modeling Polycrystalline Plasticity: Microstructure-based Multi-laminate approaches. damage and Permeability in Quasi-brittle Materials: from diffuse to localized Properties. 6. 3. 8. bone. 9781848210479 • august 2008 • 368 pages • Usd 140. for example. rock. X-ray computed tomography has been increasingly used in the field of non-destructive material testing.00 .iste.48 Civil Engineering & Geomaterials www. recently. 9. Viscoplastic Modeling of anisotropic textured Metals. 5. 3d Continuous and discrete Modeling of Bifurcations in Geomaterials. hardware and software are also discussed. 9781905209606 • september 2006 • 456 pages • Usd 225. length scales in Mechanics of Granular solids. 7. 14. ceramic. a Modified incremental Homogenization approach for non-linear Behaviors of Heterogenous Cohesive Geomaterials. non-linear elastic inhomogenous Materials: Uniform strain Fields and exact relations. rocks and concrete) has become one of the more active and challenging fields for the application of high-resolution X-ray Ct. 16. soils. 2.

Topics covered: – Heavy vehicles and WiM technology. HVParis2008 addresses the broad range of technical issues related to heavy vehicles. how the work should be managed and potential problems that may arise. the major components of all civil engineering projects. those studying or working in these fields will find this an invaluable source of information.www. Alan O'Connor and Mohamed Bouteldja 9781848210585 • May 2008 • 608 pages • Usd 200. Paris. environment and other system users. testing and standards. Paul Nordengen. icwiM5 • hVtt10 • Edited by Bernard Jacob. the recommendations. Alan O'Connor and Mohamed Bouteldja 9781848210592 • May 2008 • 616 pages • Usd 200. injection resins. encompassing the fields of application for each method. including the regulations that cover their use and their predicted useful life. surface transport technology. concrete admixtures. in terms of their scientific and technical background. tunnel and reservoir waterproofing.00 Edited by Bernard Jacob. regulations and enforcement. techniques and theories in the areas of both microtunneling and horizontal drilling are given. 9781905209118 • May 2006 • 356 pages • Usd 165. gluing products.uk Civil Engineering & Geomaterials 49 international conference on heavy Vehicles • hVparis2008 this conference (19-22 May 2008) combines the 5th international Conference on Weigh-in-Motion (iCWiM 5) and the 10th international symposium on Heavy Vehicle transport technology (HVtt 10). Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers.co.00 . – traffic and road safety — WiM of road vehicles.00 organic Materials in civil engineering Yves Mouton. which machines and equipment should be used. size and weight evaluation. the analytical methods used and their verification with laboratory and field data should not only improve the rate of success of trenchless projects. what investigations should be undertaken. – Vehicle classification. but will also be of great value to engineers in other countries. 9781905209002 • February 2006 • 344 pages • Usd 185. Comprehensive guidelines. – interactions between heavy vehicles or trains and the infrastructure. which is essential if these products are to be considered as part of sustainable development: as such. trains and aeroplanes. data management — Freight mobility and safety. the presentation is based on a physicochemical approach. paint binders to protect metallic and concrete structures or to create road markings. Eugene O’Brien. based on their recent national multi-year project. – Heavy vehicle and road management information: measurements.iste.00 Microtunneling and horizontal drilling recoMMendAtionS French Society for Trenchless Technology (FSTT) this book includes recommendations prepared by members of the French society for trenchless technology (Fstt). safety and weight measurement systems. membranes for bridges. such materials include: bitumen on the roads. geotextiles for retaining walls. who can compare the results with their own findings and assess the international state of the art. and composite materials. data quality. France this book provides an inventory of organic materials and products.

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00 • new . Part 2: data construction: transformation. – 9. on thematic cartography. 9781848211100 • april 2010 • 512 pages • Usd 180. Contents Part 1: transformations of the attributes and quantitative methods contribution 1. 5. towards a space-time representation of cartographic objects. 2. 978184821124 • april 2010 • 336 pages • Usd 130. a brief history of thematic cartography. 3. Cartography: a discipline of transformations. Generalization of thematic variables. Contents 1. 9781848211117 • april 2010 • 448 pages • Usd 180. 5. the material conception of the map.uk Geographical Information Systems 51 theMAtic cArtogrAphy by Colette Cauvin. Louis Pasteur University of Strasbourg. the map is regarded as a construct due to transformation processes. 7. 8. 4. 3. Cartographic transformations of position (or anamorphoses). France and Francisco Escobar. partially related to the advent of the computer age. 3. a quality-warrant of the map 4. Considering the third dimension: a transformation of display. Cartographic transformations: representation modes. location data: a cartographic specificity. Aziz Serradj. multimedia and the internet. thematic Cartography in the context of new paradigms. the map: a construction based on scientific reasoning. the semiotic transformation: a permanence. – 6.00 • new Volume 3 • new Approaches in thematic cartography Volume 3 is exclusively focused on the new approaches on thematic cartography offered by the three successive revolutions affecting the discipline: digital. Part 3: the necessary transformations in thematic cartography. Spain 9781848211094 • april 2010 • 3 volume set • Usd 495. Modeling of thematic attributes: generalizable cartographic choices. Part 2: renewed cartographic transformation. the attributes: a specificity of thematic cartography. thematic variable: from description to generalization.00 • new Volume 2 • cartography and the impact of the quantitative revolution Volume 2 focuses on the impact of the quantitative revolution. technological revolutions and their conceptual and practical consequences. – 2.00 Volume 1 • thematic cartography and transformations Volume 1 introduces the basis of thematic cartography.www. University of Alcala. Contents Part 1: Cartography: a scientific domain under development 1.co. locations and attributes: criteria of quality.iste. 2.

organizations and society 1. Climate and atmospheric Pollution. Contents 1. Canada this book seeks to throw further light on the organizational and social dimensions of Gis through both a theoretical and practical multidisciplinary approach. François Golay and Wladimir Major. Zorica nedovic-Budic and Jeffrey K. Cartography. diffusion and social use of Gis in organizations. the first part is more theoretical and general. Geographical information and inter-organizational Partnerships. remote sensing and Climatology. and geographical information for initialisation of forecasting and climate models. spatial analysis. 9781848211858 • January 2010 • 304 pages • Usd 90. robin s. Climatology and Forest Fires. Geographical information and Climatology for Hydrology. Part 2: Gis in organizations 4. in order to better understand the issues and problems associated with the implementation. the second part describes geographical information used in various climate applications of importance today. daniel Joly. the Fate of Gis from the Perspective of evolving it. 6. France www. 6.co. 8. University of Sherbrooke. it provides a broad and historical perspective on the developments of the geographic information society and on its connection with the field of information technology. Canada and Claude Caron. 5. stéphane roche and Benoit raveleau. 7. 11. Claude Caron. Wolfgang schöner. forest fires. Part 3: examples of Uses of Gis within organizations 8. lin Gingras and François Bergeron. rina Ghose. Geographic information. Vincent dubreuil. Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis.00 • new . Gis engineering: How Gis are integrated in organizations. and it covers fundamental principles: geospatial climate data measurement. 3.52 Geographical Information Systems geographical information and climatology Edited by Pierre Carrega.00 • new organizational facets of giS Edited by Stéphane Roche. Gis. Maria João alcoforado. Québec. Henri Pornon. Pierre Carrega. Université Laval. 5. Pinto. and Climate. 9. 4. Québec. 7.uk this book includes two parts. Pierre Bessemoulin. Jean-Pierre laborde. the role and Value of Gis within organizations. digital Participation and access in UK local Governments. Gis and land Professions with respect to Geographic information technologies: Babel and esperanto. Geographic information. Geographical information. smith. Public Participation Gis in a neighborhood revitalization Context. Jean-Jacques Chevallier. Henri Pornon. spatial analysis. air pollution. hydrological problems linked to climatology. Geographical information for the initialization of numerical Weather Forecast Models and Climate Modeling. social Uses and adoption Models of Gis. 2. Cognition and Professional activities (swiss examples). geographical information. 10. 9781848210851 • october 2009 • 368 pages • Usd 130. isabelle roussel. Grégoire Feyt. Gis as a Historical Process: Past as support for Future. 2. mapping and climate. remote sensing and climatology. Gis and territorial Governance. 3. Contents Part 1: issues and Prospects of Gis relationships.iste. nicholas Chrisman. related to risk: urban climate. Basics of Climatological and Meteorological observations for Gis applications. assessing and Modeling the Urban Climate in lisbon.

00 • new graphs and networks Second fully reViSed edition Edited by Philippe Mathis. Journey simulation of a Movement on a double scale. sébastien larribe. Hervé Baptiste. Fabrice decoupigny. Mas and modeling of congestions. Geographical space production: systems and laws. 11. Kamal serrhini. the anti-dialectical and redivision-uniformity in the globalization and addresses the transnational Urban systems and Urban network in europe. the viewpoint is intentionally more operational than descriptive: the effects of transport characteristics on space are just as important to the planner as the transport itself. tackles the hardcore of geography and presents models and organizations through a regional analysis and the dynamics of territorial structures and methods. the space-time Variability of road Base accessibility: application to london. 4. a Method of Multilevel simulation and Visualization. Julien Coquio and Philippe Mathis. Philippe Mathis. Geography in the City: prospects. Christophe decoupigny. 2. Models and Chorematics. Part 2: Graph theory and network representation 5. resCoM: towards Multiagent Modeling of Urban Communication spaces. 6. University of Tours. the book is structured in four parts following an introductory chapter which contains a reminder of the necessary definitions from graph theory and of the representation problems. determination of optimal Paths in a time-delay Graph. Pratical examples. Hervé Baptiste. Conclusion. ossama Khaddour. Philippe Mathis.00 • new . Contents 1. the representation of Graphs: a specific domain of Graph theory.co. dynamic simulation of the Urban reorganization of the City of tours. 7. disturbances in public transport and the role of information. 5. 10. 8. dynamics of Von thünen’s Model: duality and Multiple levels. 3. 4. Broken space and globalization.iste. Graph theory and representation of distances: Chronomaps and other representations. Part 1: Graph theory and network Modeling 1. 15. Jean-Baptiste Buguellou and Philippe Mathis. 12.www. 3. traffic lane and emissions of Pollutants. trenches. Contents strengths and deficiencies of Graphs for network description and Modeling. 2. 13. From social networks to the sociograph for the analysis of the actors’ Game. evaluation of the Covisibility of Planning and Housing Projects. the book also describes the general idea of discontinuities. Philippe Mathis. Modeling the evolution of a transport system and its impacts on a French Urban system.uk Geographical Information Systems 53 Sustainable geography Roger Brunet. 14. 9781848211926 • May 2010 • 352 pages • Usd 85. Philippe Mathis. mainly of transport networks. Philippe Mathis. alain l’Hostis. Cell Graphs. France this title is focused on the use of graphs for the simulation and representation of networks. regions and urban systems. Consultant Sustainable Geography recalls the system and laws of geographical space production. Part 3: towards Multilevel Graph theory 9. Philippe Mathis. Manuel appert and laurent Chapelon. 9781848210837 • March 2010 • 480 pages • Usd 175.

8. 2. Cemagref. Christophe Prunet and Jean-Jacques Vidal.-l. the term “network” is meant to include physical networks. Virginie Gabrel. Jean-Jacques Vidal and noël Watrin. lionel dupont. Penz. 8. as well as logical networks that are used in the planning of complex projects. for instance road and rail networks. alexandre Caminada. Jin-Kao Hao. Marielle Jappiot. Gis and modeling in forest fire prevention. linear programming. 7. 11. Graphs and networks. 9. 6. B. C. Geography applied to mapping flood-sensitive areas. Contents 1. dhaenens.co. Geomatics and urban risk management: expected advances. Project scheduling. Cécile Murat and Vangelis Paschos. 3. 6. 2. Grenoble. 5. From prevention to risk management: use of Gis.iste. Joseph Fourier University. others address more rural areas with more scattered phenomena. laura turconi and domenico tropeano. rémy tourment and William Halbecq. Cartographic index and history of road sites that face natural hazards in the province of turin. Frédéric Berger and Jérôme liévois. 5. France www. Gerd Finke and nadia Brauner. Jean-Pierre asté. the vertices of the network correspond to activities and the connections describe temporal relations. the tools for the planning support and the management of various types of networks. 4. Mission planning for observation satellites. operations management in transportation networks. this book concentrates on examples of prevention but also gives crisis control advice and practical case studies. alain Hertz and M. Grenoble. Jacques desrosiers. 7. raphaële Blanchi and Frank Guarnieri. Catherine Freissinet and Michel Vauclin. Mittaz. agricultural non-point source pollution. 9781848210462 • august 2008 • 272 pages • Usd 110. Jean-luc lutton. 9781848210929 • november 2008 • 288 pages • Usd 95. Coupled use of spatial analysis and fuzzy arithmetic: assessing the vulnerability of a watershed to phytosanitary products. Vincent Martin.uk spatial analysis is an increasingly important tool for detecting numerous risk phenomena. Contents 1. Pierre Maurel. some chapters address urban applications in which vulnerabilities are concentrated in area. Bertrand de Bruyn. Forest and mountain natural risks: from hazard representation to risk zoning – the example of avalanches. telecommunication networks. Flood monitoring systems. regional and local levels. alain Jaber and Jean-luc Wybo. Philippe Bolo and Christophe Brachet. sophie sauvagnargues-lesage. 3.54 Geographical Information Systems Spatial Management of risks Edited by Gérard Brugnot.00 .00 operations research and networks MethodS for A SpAtiAl AnAlySiS Edited by Gerd Finke. spatial decision support and multi-agent systems: application to forest fire prevention and control. Paola allegra. 10. Classical combinatorial problems and solution techniques. in this case. information systems and diked areas: examples at the national. Pickup and delivery problems with services on nodes or arcs of a network. Franck Guarnieri. M. 4. espinouse. Wojciech Bienia. France this book presents the principal concepts of operations research (or).

P. Complexity and spatial systems. spatial data analysis and mapping using machine learning algorithms. one model may conceal another: models of health geographies. Geostatistics: spatial predictions and simulations. r. J. Multi-agent systems for simulation in geography: moving towards an artificial geography. spatial analysis models are confronted by the real conditions of territorial prospect. Y. University of lausanne. an introduction to environmental data mapping is provided before these areas. 4. as well as spatial planning. Bussi. 12. M. demyanov and M. 9781848210875 • november 2008 • 376 pages • Usd 140. 6. and will be useful for both students and professionals involved in environmental data analysis and mapping. reguer. G. the place of both the model and modeling in Hss. Kanevski. langlois. savelieva. switzerland in 2005 and 2006. 5. advanced mapping of environmental data.-M. toussaint.uk Geographical Information Systems 55 Advanced Mapping of environmental data geoStAtiSticS. 2. advanced mapping of environmental spatial data. savelieva. 3. 9. P. l. their features and applications are discussed in more depth. temporalities and modeling of regional dynamics: the case of the european Union. 13. France this title focuses on the evolution of the modeling process and on the new research perspectives in theoretical and applied geography. M. M. the formalization of knowledge in a reality simplifying system. timonin. brings together three topics normally covered separately: geostatistical methods and models. e. Guermond. 2. saint-Gerand. tuia and M. Modeling the watershed as a complex spatial system: a review. daudé. F. e. 6. P.-F. langlois.iste. machine learning algorithms and the Bayesian maximum entropy approach. Pozdnoukhov. developed from seminars given at two workshops at the Faculty of Geosciences and environment. 8. this confrontation takes into account the instability of social behavior and the permanence of partial determinist trajectories. V. in this book. Maignan. d. Modeling and territorial forecasting: the modeling of réunion's spatial system. lajoie. Contents 1. Kanevski. Contents 1. operational models in HMo. t. Modeling spatial logics of the individual behaviors: from methodological environmentalism to individual resident strategist. 7. Vaguet.00 . Bayesian Maximum entropy – BMe. 5. 4. University of Rouen. e. Institute of Geomatics and Analysis of Risk. introduction. langlois. environmental monitoring networks characterization and clustering.00 the Modeling process in geography froM deterMiniSM to coMpleXity Edited by Yves Guermond.www. elissalde. cultural policy. lucchini. Kanevski. G. Mary. Kaiser. MAchine leArning And BAyeSiAn MAXiMuM entropy Edited by Mikhail Kanevski. University of Lausanne. 10. Christakos. V. a. J. delahaye. 9781848210608 • May 2008 • 328 pages • Usd 140. F. a. d. regional dynamism. tapia and r. B.co. health maintenance organization (HMo) and spatial segregation. 3. Case studies. 11. ratle et al. C. Foresti. Understanding to measure … or measuring to understand? HBds: towards a conceptual approach for the geographic modeling of the real. d. Switzerland this title. Purves. From classic models to incremental models. the approach is designed to assist the reader in easily expanding their knowledge of the fields covered. Cellular automata for modeling spatial systems.

optimizing the interpolation of temperatures by Gis: a spatial analysis approach. 3. Gis application to daily fire risk mapping. 10. Part 2: spatial interpolation of climate data 6. Geography Department of Memorial University of Newfoundland. 20. Poland this title gives an authoritative look at the use of Geographical information systems (Gis) in climatology and meteorology provides a range of strategies. climatology and meteorology. Grenoble. application of Gis technology on the comparisons of climatological databases: an overview of winter precipitation over spain. 4. 2. Climate impact on winter land use and land cover management in Brittany. a tool for the integrated use of remote sensing with ground truth data: demeter project. 7.56 Geographical Information Systems www. 8. drought sensitivity research in Hungary and influence of climate change on drought sensitivity. Institute of Meteorology and Water Management. Uncertainty from spatial sampling: a case study in the French alps. France this book explains the concept of spatial data quality.uk Spatial interpolation for climate data the uSe of giS in cliMAtology And Meteorology Edited by Hartwig Dobesch. 14. Joseph Fourier University. 9781905209569 • april 2006 • 312 pages • Usd 75. XrWis: a new Gis paradigm for winter road maintenance. assessing population exposure to odorous pollution from a landfill over complex terrain. aspects concerning the spatialization of radiation balance components. Contents Part 1: Gis to manage and distribute climate data 1. Krakow. 9781905209705 • May 2007 • 328 pages • Usd 130. to new developing methods. 18.co. Comparison of geostatistical and meteorological interpolation methods. 5. Center of Mathematics and Computer Sciences of University of Provence. Canada and Robert Jeansoulin. 15. such as those for hydromet database analysis and management. Part 3: demo projects 11. 16. the developments in spatialization of meteorological and climatological elements. 21. Vienna. disaggregated estimation of n2o fluxes from agricultural soils of the italian region by modelization in a Gis environment.00 .00 fundamentals of Spatial data quality Edited by Rodolphe Devillers. Pierre Dumolard. the use of Gis applications in meteorology and climatology: a need for the application of regional ecological modeling approaches. 9. Gis. it provides both the data producer and the data user perspectives on how to evaluate the quality of vector or raster data which are both produced and used. the spatial analysis of selected meteorological fields in the example of Poland. Part 4: Climate-related applications 17. 13. Austria. France and Izabela Dyras. First steps towards a new temperature climatology of the Greater alpine region (Gar). 12. Institute of Meteorology and Geodynamics.iste. siGMa: a web-based Gis for environmental applications. the use of Gis in climatology: challenges in fine scales applications: examples in agrometeorological and urban climate studies. Web mapping: different solutions using Gis. 19. daily winter air temperature mapping in mountainous areas. from traditional methods.

Geographical scales and multidimensional statistical methods. location of public services: from theory to application. François durand-dastès. alain Franc. services. University of Paris 7. Pierre Frankhauser and denise Pumain. spending patterns and lifestyles. einar Holm and lena sanders. edith Perrier and Marie Piron. covering both theoretical developments and practical applications. 10. Multi-agent simulations of spatial dynamics. France this title describes the state of the art in all areas of spatial marketing. Jean-Pierre treuil. 9781905209095 • May 2007 • 352 pages • Usd 150. CNRS. Mathematical formalization for spatial interactions. 7. supply is also dependent on position. this will be indispensable reading for those involved in this area.iste. the number of households.www. 9. France this title provides a broad overview of the different types of models used in advanced spatial analysis. dominique Peeters and isabelle thomas. each chapter gives a broad overview of the subject. location factors and spatial interaction patterns from both static and dynamic perspectives. Hélène Mathian and Marie Piron. University of Rennes 1. because prices. Christian Mullon. 5. 8. From image to model: remote sensing and urban modeling. sonia Chardonnel. 3. Modeling concepts used in spatial analysis. discussing the various constituents which make up the geography of markets. 6.00 . while the difference between supply and demand is the rationale for the role of the trader. demand varies according to location and can be measured according to revenue. the models concern spatial organization. 9781905209071 • February 2006 • 328 pages • Usd 125. Françoise dureau and Christiane Weber. 2. spatial microsimulation models. Contents 1. the process of spatial diffusion and modeling change.uk Geographical Information Systems 57 Models in Spatial Analysis Edited by Lena Sanders. products and available shops rely on location. the book also covers the way geographic techniques help to solve marketing problems and contains chapters written by contributors with extensive experience in this field.00 geomarketing MethodS And StrAtegieS in SpAtiAl MArketing Edited by Gérard Cliquet. 4. given that it is crucial for companies to direct their marketing correctly at their target audience. thérèse saint-Julien. time-geography: individuals in time and space.co. Fractals and geography. the advantages of an interdisciplinary approach are illustrated in the way that the viewpoint of each of the individual disciplines are brought together when considering questions relevant to spatial analysis.

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Master data Management and Semantic Modeling – MdM
Pierre Bonnet, Orchestra Networks, France this book highlights the importance of data modeling to streamline data Quality and Master data Management projects that are deployed at the scale of the whole company. it details a complete data enterprise architecture approach encompassing the semantic Modeling and the Model-driven development lifecycle to manage rich data models and business data governance. Contents Part 1: the MdM approach 1. the Company and its data. 2. strategic aspects. 3. taking into account erP. 4. return on investment. Part 2: MdM For Business Users. 5. MdM Maturity Model. 6. data Governance Features. 7. organizational aspects. Part 3: the MdM for it specialists 8. Key Principles of semantic Modeling. 9. semantic Modeling Procedures. 10. logical data Modeling Procedures. 11. organization Modeling Procedures. 12. MdM-it integration.

9781848211827 • May 2010 • 320 pages • Usd 80.00 • new

information Science
Edited by Fabrice Papy, University of Paris 8, France With regard to the problems identified by many researchers relating to the storage and processing of (semi-)structured digital data, accessibility and sharing, intellectual property, digital documents, information retrieval, information literacy, the relevance of information, information profiles of users, etc. the political projects for the information society cause some caution and embarrassment from a scientific point of view. this book gathers 12 contributions from information science researchers, and presents some scientific issues from the various domains which are, also, the issues in our present digital era. Contents 1. some revisions on the concept of information, s. leleu-Merviel, P. Useille. 2. From scientific communication to specialized mediation: knowledge communication, V. Couzinet. 3. time, memory and the document, J.-P. Metzger. 4. the document and the network, s. Pène. 5. information culture, a. serres. 6. the relevance in information science: models and theory, B. simonnot. 7. a study of access systems for electronic information, M. ihadjadene, s. Chaudiron. 8. relevant information in business intelligence, a. david. 9. automatic analysis of digital document and text: multidisciplinary research problematics, l. Grivel. 10. Freedom of information, participative democracy and local economy, Y. thepaut. 11. the internet and the public library, a. Camus-Vigué, C. evans, F. Gaudet, M. amar. 12. electronic publishing for mobile phones: the case of streaming tV, B. Henocque. 9781848211681 • december 2009 • 336 pages • Usd 140.00 • new

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the progreSSiVe wAy of oVerhAuling inforMAtion SySteMS with SoA Pierre Bonnet, Orchestra Networks, Jean-Michel Detavernier, SMABTP and Dominique Vauquier, Praxeme, France service-oriented architecture (soa), the basis of sustainable and more agile it systems that are able to adapt themselves to new trends and manage processes involving a third party, is the subject of this title. Contents 1. initial perspectives. 2. Company-oriented services. 3. soa maturity levels. 4. economic and social aspects. 5. the properties of soa. 6. orchestration (BPM and soa). 7. the discovery of services – reference framework and urbanization. 8. the Praxeme enterprise method. 9. Modeling with Praxeme. 10. tools for industrializing the method. 11. systems integration and a common information language. 12. soa platform. 13. rules management at the scale of the whole enterprise. 14. semantic integration.

9781848210899 • March 2009 • 352 pages • Usd 80.00

Application integration
eAi, B2B, BpM And SoA Bernard Manouvrier and Laurent Ménard, Axway, France this book analyzes various aspects of application integration, providing a guide to the alphabet soup behind eai, a2a, B2B, BaM, BPM, esB and soa. it addresses the problems of choosing between the application integration solutions and deploying them successfully. it supplies guidelines for avoiding common errors, exploring the differences between received wisdom and the facts on the ground. a key chapter approaches the analysis and interoperation of service levels in integration projects, while the discussion on deployment methodologies and roi calculation anchors the theory in the real world. Application Integration: EAI, B2B, BPM and SOA relies on concrete examples and genuine experiences to demonstrate what works – and what doesn’t – in this challenging, topical and important it domain. Contents 1. introduction. 2. What is application integration? 3. levels in integration services. 4. types of integration projects. 5. application integration tools. 6. Understanding integration failures. 7. integration myths. 8. integration and it urbanization. 9. Choosing an application integration solution. 10. deployment methodology. 11. operational examples of implementation.

9781848210882 • June 2008 • 240 pages • Usd 90.00

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information warfare
Daniel Ventre, CNRS, France this book introduces the concept of “information warfare”, covering its evolution over the last decade and its developments among several economic and political giants: China, russia, Japan, india and singapore. discussion is then given to the national particularities of these countries, such as how they imagine the concept of information warfare to be, what it comprises and how it interacts with their military doctrine and employment, as well as their specific political, diplomatic and economic contexts. the use of information warfare as a form of attack is also covered, with particular emphasis given to cyberspace, which has become the space for a new war as the tool not only of nations but also terrorists, activists, insurgents, etc. the challenges faced by countries who usually fail in securing their cyberspace (Japan, singapore, Usa, etc.) in terms of national and defense security, and economic and power losses are also covered. Contents 1. the United states and information Warfare. 2. China and information Warfare. 3. india and information Warfare. 4. Japan and information Warfare. 5. russia and information Warfare. 6. singapore and information Warfare. 7. How to identify aggressors and acts of aggression. 8. Which law should be used for information Warfare?

9781848210943 • september 2009 • 320 pages • Usd 80.00

the transverse information System
new SolutionS for iS And BuSineSS perforMAnce François Rivard, Georges Abou Harb and Philippe Méret, Logica Management Consulting this book provides a detailed examination of how the new niss (new information system solutions) tools can be used to optimize shared assets within companies, to create adaptable new architectures that support the profitable growth of the company and to set companies apart from their competitors. Particular attention is given to: – master data management (MdM), which provides a centralized, transversal business database; – service-oriented architecture (soa), a dominant architecture paradigm which is perfect for transformation, modernization and urbanization; – business process management (BPM), a driving force for value creation and business unit innovation intermediaries. Contents 1. innovation for business value and cost-killing. 2. the transverse information system. 3. Master data. 4. service-oriented architectures. 5. Business Process Management. 6. exchange platforms. 7. Complex, innovative Business architectures. 8. the impact of niss on software implementation. 9. From implementation to measurement. 10. Contribution and impact of niss on organization. 11. How to get the best out of niss.

9781848211087 • March 2009 • 352 pages • Usd 80.00

15. Corinne leblond. questions are raised concerning the future of it. the digital Mind/spirit: digital libraries and democracy.00 . a documentary information system at the University. CIO Renault this book places it in perspective by tracing its development through time. 12. accessing library Catalogs in the age of digital libraries and search engines: Gaps. the reader Faced with a digital library: the experience of the Pasteur institute. 3d interaction for digital libraries. emmanuelle Jannès-ober. individual chapters focus on the changing role of the librarian caused by digital libraries and what role (if any) they will perform in the future. 17. 8.iste. 9. the Growth of the role of librarians and information officers in digital libraries. Using Facets to Classify and access digital resources. the massive expansion of the role of it at the end of the 20th century. 11. 6. olivier Fressard.00 looking Back and going forward in it Jean-Pierre Corniou. Fabien Girard de Barros. 13. covering both the opportunities and challenges that this innovation provides for both users and providers.co. France www. 14. Use and Users of digital Journal libraries: a deep log analysis. dominique lahary. 7. Christian lupovici. Pierre Cubald. Hélène roussel. the author highlights that efficient use of it by businesses can only be gained by a good understanding of its potentials and pitfalls.uk this title brings together a wide range of perspectives on the rapidly developing field of digital libraries. ergonomics standards and the Uses of digital libraries. the tao of the digital library: a library without a librarian? Joachim schöpfel and Jacques Creusot. digital libraries: law Publishing online in the service of infomediation. 5. University of Paris 8. Finally. 16. 4. 3. 2. nicole lompré. covering its origins in business. Ghislaine Chartron and Marc Minon. as well as the experiences of users of digital libraries. 10. including the change in usage of libraries that digitization has caused and the user demography of the digital library. the revel@niceProjet. Which digital Publishing option for the Virtual User at French Universities?. Marie despres-lonnet. sophie Chauvin. 9781848210424 • april 2008 • 320 pages • Usd 140.62 Information Technology digital libraries Edited by Fabrice Papy. robert Campbell. the Creation and Perspectives of an institutional site. Michèle Hudon. and the successes and failures of companies involved in this development. disruptions and transformation?. highlighting how its informed use in practice is essential for companies to succeed. david nicolas. stakes and Prospects of Heuristic Visualization for oPaC Use. the growth of the internet. do libraries Have a Future in academia?. digital Collections in libraries: development and Continuity. Contents 1. 9781905209583 • February 2006 • 200 pages • Usd 75. Michel roland. University students’ information strategies: From institutional expectations to real Uses. despite its ubiquity in the modern world.

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Maxime Morge. 15. Gaël Gueguen and saïd Yami. 17. document writing and dissemination. Goldenberg. narrativity faces temporality: the computerized treatment of stories. 24. this book addresses eight major issues. France Digital Cognitive Technologies is an interdisciplinary book which assesses the socio-technical stakes of information and Communication technologies (iCts). Bernard reber and Claire Brossaud. 5. politics and the dynamics of collective activity (socio-informatics). analyzed by authors writing from a Human and social science and a science and technology perspective. 10. electronic voting and computer security. 9781848210738 • March 2010 • 432 pages • Usd 170. 3. Pierre Maranda. CNRS-University Paris Descartes. Maison des Sciences de l’Homme. richard rogers. 11. space. 13.64 Language & Cognition digital cognitive technologies www. Pluralism and plurality of interpretations. network relations on the internet. 21. 6. luc Bonneville et al. Hypertext: an intellectual technology in the age of complexity. 9. social structures and networks. Conclusion. People of the seas. 7.uk epiSteMology And knowledge Society Edited by Bernard Reber. 4. Contents 1. which are at the core of the “Knowledge society”. eddie soulier. alain Milon. sense-making and interpretation. 18. “searching for real time” or humans confronted with the desire and duty of speed. cooperation.00 • new . elements for a digital historiography. 16. Jules duchastel and François daoust. stéphan Brunesseaux. Politicization of the socio-technical space of collective cognition. analysis of heterogenous networks: the reseaulu project. the internet in the process of data collection and diffusion. Mapping public Web space with the issuecrawler. serge Proulx and a. Karl M. towards new links between Hss and informatics: the Cooldev project. Van Meter. 2. the contributions seek to explore whether and how iCts are changing our perception of time. 20. interrelation between types of analysis and types of interpretation. Paris. 23. 14. Can virtual charts help you find your way?. the semantic Web and ontologies. dominique Cardon and Christophe Prieur. andrea iacovella. Metrology of networks on the internet. Jean Clement. France and Claire Brossaud. 12. Manuel Zacklad. Consulting each other using a multi-agent system. a short story about software resources for qualitative sociology. a communicational and documentary theorization of iCt. distributed knowledge by iCt. alberto Cambrosio et al.iste.co. 22. Philippe laublet. From the negation of cyberspace to geocyberspace. island people: hypertext and people with no writing. Philippe owezarski and nicolas larrieu. elements for socio-informatics. thierry Foucart. Bernard Conein. William turner. Philippe Vidal and Henry Bakis. Christophe lejeune. Grégory Bourguin et al. limits for the informatization of Human and social sciences. 8. 19.

Principles of speech recognition. and spoken language understanding. 12. University of Provence. Françoise néel and Wolfgang Minker. elements of an articulatory typology. speech and human-computer communication. 11. CNRS. Jean-luc schwartz. this book aims to establish a bridge between the physiology of speech and linguistics. Facial animation for visual speech.00 . Patrick Brisard and Christian Gagnoulet.www. 2. 13. Contents 1. 3. numerous images are included to enhance the reader’s understanding. and human factor studies. articulation: pharynx and mouth. Jean-luc Gauvain and lori lamel. 4. Voice services in the telecom sector. Frédéric Bimbot. alain de Cheveigné. 2. making it essential reading matter for anyone involved in this field. speech analysis. especially from text. 4. 6.00 Spoken language processing Edited by Joseph Mariani. Martine adda-decker. 7.co. LIMSI-CNRS. 8. Computational auditory scene analysis. 5. language identification. Contents 1. Coarticulation and co-production. France Communicating by speech is one of the most seemingly-natural activities for humans. thierry Guiard-Marigny. Multimodal speech: two or three senses are better than one. Principles of speech coding. Phonation and the larynx.uk Language & Cognition 65 from Speech physiology to linguistic phonetics Alain Marchal. stochastic modeling and computational linguistics. pattern recognition. Pierre escudier and Pascal teissier. 9781848210318 • december 2008 • 504 pages • Usd 195. University of Paris-Sud. speech recognition systems. respiration and pulmonary initiation. 9. this book covers the following topics: how to realize speech production and perception systems. speech synthesis. 3. However. 10. Jean-Paul Haton. laurent Courtois. 9781848211131 • June 2009 • 240 pages • Usd 90. 7. 5. speech production is a very complex task with multiple levels of organization transforming cognitive intent into a meaningful sequence of sounds. automatic speaker recognition. 6. Christophe d'alessandro. the articulatory description of vowels and consonants. France speech processing addresses various scientific and technological areas. it also covers speech synthesis. renato de Mori and Brigitte Bigi. articulation: the labio-mandibular system. it provides a detailed account of the speech production processes and indicates how various languages of the world make use of human anthropophonic capacities. speech recognition. it includes speech analysis and variable rate coding. in order to store or transmit speech. robust recognition methods. Gang Feng and laurent Girin. including speaker and language identification.iste. olivier Boëffard and Christophe d'alessandro. despite its apparent obviousness and ease. it also offers new insights into ways to unify articulatory-based phonetics and phonology. how to synthesize and understand speech and using state-of-the-art methods in signal processing.

so. it is because they are essential for the performances. Artificial Beings shows that not only is it possible to create artificial beings with capacities in both domains. such as the ensembles of clustering algorithms. semi-supervised Classification.66 Language & Cognition www. in this way. 7. France everybody agrees that consciousness and conscience are essential characteristics of human intelligence. University of Ulm. but because our intelligence depends on networks of neurones imposing restrictions which do not apply to computers.uk Statistical Spoken language understanding Systems rApid deSign. LIP6. state of the art on Classification. we are at the threshold of a new science. the book focuses on a new application for dialog systems which can be thereby made adaptable and portable to different domains. supervised Versus Unsupervised Classification. but that they do it in a way different from ours. Clustering evaluation metrics and new approaches. 9781848212039 • May 2010 • 320 pages • Usd 110. 9781848211018 • March 2009 • 288 pages • Usd 90. including recent research on the combination of classifiers. after some years of experimentation. 3. 4.00 • new Artificial Beings the conScience of A conSciouS MAchine Jacques Pitrat. 6. among those. creating a new kind of consciousness.00 . when they are present. from web-content mining to the inference of cancer subtypes in genomic microarray data. some people believe that it is impossible to create artificial beings with these possibilities. and they conclude that the ultimate goal of artificial intelligence is hopeless. Feature selection/extraction strategies. Moreover. it happened that many characteristics implemented for improving the efficiency of the system were linked to these capacities. 2. Contents 1. Institute of Information Technology. Germany the book is intended to provide a detailed and up-to-date overview on classification and data mining methods. discovering the underlying class structure on a data set has been a key research topic associated to unsupervised techniques with multiple applications and challenges. the first part is focused on supervised classification algorithms and their applications.co.iste. data Mining for Knowledge discovery. However. artificial cognition. as the goal was not to imitate human behavior. some of these methods are different from those used by the neurones in the human brain. are also described. at the start of the creation of an artificial scientist. 5. with special attention to text mining. which is interested in the methods for giving cognitive capabilities to artificial beings making full use of the power of computers. not for lack of intelligence. Hierarchical Categorization. the second part deals with unsupervised data mining and knowledge discovery. the main goal was not to study the possibility of building the conscience of a conscious machine. AdAptAtion And iMproVeMent by Amparo Albalate and Wolfgang Minker. this affords them performances that we cannot reach. University of Paris 6. description of available Corpora.

Pedagogical concepts. styles and identities. the professionalization of tools and practices.iste. methodologies and tools. 7. France the science behind sudoku… sudoku is a logic puzzle that has become a worldwide phenomenon in the last few years: but where has it come from? How does it work? and what is the science behind sudoku – what are the rules for generating and solving grids? answers to all of these questions can be found in the A to Z of Sudoku. Professional development. distance and e-learning. Nantes. the book concludes with a large number of grids ranging in difficulty from “very easy” to “expert” which the reader can use to apply the techniques they have acquired from the book in a practical context. perceptions. scenarios and values at all levels of education over the last decade. 3. 4. 9781848211322 • June 2009 • 896 pages • Usd 290. covering the history of the puzzle. Alan Tait. which have profoundly changed the paradigms. Martine Vidal and Ulrich Bernath. 9. those interested in finding out more about the theory behind sudoku. in addition to the consolidation of academic and practical knowledge. the annual conferences of the largest european professional community in distance and e-learning have been setting the landmarks in this process. through new technologies. next. learner needs. Part 2: teaching and learning environments in the making 5. efficiency and effectiveness of distance education and e-learning. scenarios and values at all levels of education. the world of work — e-skills and employability. systems development. before moving on to the mathematics of sudoku and various techniques that can be used to solve grids by hand.uk Language & Cognition 67 distance and e-learning in transition leArning innoVAtion. EDEN. socio-cultural issues of distance and e-learning. readiness. this book presents the developments in the field of open. Hungary the rushed development of information and communication technologies and their impact on the world of learning in the last decade have profoundly changed the paradigms. Course development and instructional design. as its title suggests. Ecole des Mines. technology And SociAl chAllengeS Edited by András Szücs. Contents Part 1: the development of distance education and e-learning 1. 6. 2. 8. 9781847040008 • January 2007 • 184 pages • Paperback• Usd 40. the selection from this unique knowledge pool demonstrates the deepening and consolidation of knowledge and experience.00 A to z of Sudoku the Science Behind Sudoku… Narendra Jussien. Collaborative learning and social networking. its development and growth in the world’s media. the essentials of software development relating to sudoku are presented along with the recent branch of computer science devoted to solving such problems: constraint programming.00 . this book provides a “one stop shop” on sudoku. its applications in other fields and (of course) how to improve their ability to solve it will find this book a must-read. showing how the principle behind solving sudoku grids can be used in other contexts. its origins. has been a major continuing issue throughout these years.www.co. Finally.

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29. Probabilities. automotive. 7. Graphs and Matrices for the 36. Permutations. safety (analysis of safety: FMea. Words. Combinations. Binary trees. Flags. Based on the experience of fully involved experts in the realization (conception. 11. G. securing rail architectures. safe operation avionics architectures: example of electronic flight controls. 6. 4. Buchheit and olaf Malassé. the originality of this approach gives a new refreshing view on combinatorial theory. random Paths on Graphs. treatment of Problems of Paths in Undirected Graph. sis in industry. Weighted Graphs.co. enumerations in alphabetical by simple shapes. Philippe Miramont. nodes. Part 3: Graphs 1. From encoded uniprocessors to 2oo3. design of a computerized latching module.iste. 5. shortest Functions and recurrences. 37. sieve Formula. randomness and Computer. Graphs and Paths. Gilles legoff. – 2. 3. trees With numbered 3. daniel drago. output of a Certain Pattern. 9781848211971 • June 2010 • 304 pages • Usd 85. Saint Denis. 5. Paths in a square Grid. enumeration by trees. it describes of the constraints (in a legal or standards context) and examples of architectures for various fields such railway. enumeration of eulerian numbers. Yassine Chaabi et al. synthesis. exercises of Probabilities. Burnside’s Formula. Jean-louis Boulanger. arrangements and 17. Parts and Partitions of sets. Hamiltonian Paths and 11. Marc antoni. Pascal traverse et al. 8. 23. spanning tree. 10. Basic and advanced theoretical elements are presented through simple applications Contents 13. 97818482111964 • June 2010 • 800 pages • Usd 200. david liaigre. etc. Jean-louis Boulanger. 2. securing vehicle architectures. Ha. presented in three parts. some applications of Catalan 25. Consultant this book presents real examples of safety critical complex architecture in various fields. rectangular surfaces tilings 31. 21. trees of an Undirected Graph. discrete random Variable in 35. spatial. Contents 1. France How many ways exist to mix different ingredients. Parenethesis Words. 34. Part 2: Probability 32. Catalan 24. Generating 20. how many possible paths going from one place to another in a network ? this text. aeronautical. Jean-louis Boulanger. Combinations with repetitions. Generating Function of a spanning trees of a Graph. 15. 7. other ranges of Mountains. gives a stimulating and exhaustive answer. reminders about discrete 33. 30. 14. 27.00 • new . 4. 28. security control command signal stations: security at lower cost. how many chances to win a gambling game. 18. discrete and Continuous. arrangements and 22. 16. Matrices and Moves of a Grid. Cycles and eulerian Paths. Paths and Minimum 6.uk Computer Science 69 Mathematics for informatics and computer Science Pierre Audibert. Methods and calculations for "instrumented security systems" at total.) and evaluation of critical systems. repeated tossing Until 12. Prüfer encoding. Principles. Circuits. enumeration of spanning 9. Partitions of a number. some elements of History. – 10.00 • new Safety of computer Architectures Edited by Jean-Louis Boulanger. Cayley theorem and order. 8. Mountain ranges or a Game. languages.www. etc. Walls and Pilings. the architecture of ariane 5. Probability. check and validation). explorations in Graphs. tossing Coins repeatedly. 9. numbers and Parentheses 26. Part 1: Combinatorics. 19. University of Paris 8.

tools for timed systems. s. david robert. 7. Plant-state-based Feedback scheduling. this book deals with these formal methods applied to communicating embedded systems by presenting the related industrial challenges and the issues of modeling. lime. Françoise simonot-lion and Ye-Qiong song. sylviane Gentil. Cassez. Nancy University. Frehse. model-checking. real-time computing and communication protocols.70 Computer Science communicating embedded Systems www. B. France the increased complexity of embedded systems coupled with quick design cycles to accommodate faster time-to-market requires increased system design productivity that involves both model-based design and tool-supported methodologies. Behrmann. rasmussen. J. alexandre seuret and daniel simon. Contents 1. o. 5. Markey. Fault detection and isolation. david. QoC-aware dynamic network Qos adaptation. Control of timed systems.uk SoftwAre And deSign Edited by Claude Jard. 7. david robert. overload Management through selective data dropping. 6. tools for hybrid systems. ENS Cachan and Olivier H. ning Jia. daniel simon and Ye-Qiong song. lime. and Ye-Qiong Song. Bérard. diagnosis and control synthesis. Quantitative model-checking of Markov chains. Fault-tolerant Control. G. s. implementation: Control and diagnosis for an Unmanned aerial Vehicle.co. Magnin. Girard. C. larsen. Christophe aubrun et al. Computing aware Control. Cassez. France networked Control systems (nCs) are a growing field and call for the development of integrated approaches requiring multidisciplinary skills in control. J. taking into account discrete. elloy. Mongi Ben Gaid. 8. stochastic and continuous (timed or hybrid) parameters with increasingly efficient tools. a. 2. 3.00 • new . i. suzanne lesecq and daniel simon. 3. Models for embedded real-time systems. G. Contents 1. Haddad. 6. 5. F. Daniel Simon. 4. 4. H. 9781848211766 • January 2010 • 336 pages • Usd 130. this book describes co-design approaches establishing links between the QoC (Quality of Control) and Qos (Quality of service) of the network and computing resources. 2. le Guernic. Preliminary notions and state of the art. Christophe aubrun. Pettersson. W. o. Mongi Ben Gaid. Yi. Modeling and verifying embedded systems: why and how?. M. Flavia Felicioni. K. Model-checking of timed systems. Cédric Berbra.-P. Roux. INRIA Rhône-Alpes. donatelli. and by describing the main associated automated tools. olivier sename and daniel simon. Nancy University. t. Formal methods are mathematically-based techniques and provide a clean framework in which to express requirements and models of the systems. d. P. n.00 • new co-design Approaches for dependable networked control Systems Edited by Christophe Aubrun. a. H. diagnosis of timed systems. F. d. Nantes University. roux. dang. 9781848211438 • november 2009 • 288 pages • Usd 110. roux. Christophe aubrun et al. s. tripakis.iste. olivier sename. G.

8.iste. the systems designed in the fields of banking. luzeaux. French Ministry of Defense. etc. ruault. systems of systems: from concept to actual development. ApplicAtionS And perSpectiVeS Edited by Jean-Philippe Babau. France. 6. transportation.00 • new . this title proposes a set of carefully selected lectures dealing with Mdd for dres and related topics. 7. StAndArdS. ENSIETA. systems have been interconnected within growing networks. France and Antonio Sabetta. ruault. 12. Chavret. ruault and l. Ecole Polytech'Nice-Sophia. With the growing maturity of information and communication technologies. Pisa. Part 1 “systems of systems: concepts and practical illustrations” is a multidisciplinary work on the concept of the "systems of systems" that is discussed extensively in current literature. space communication and observation system of systems. luzeaux. it provides key answers as to what a system of systems is and how its complexity can be mastered.-r. d. Mireille BlayFornarino. J. the human factors within the context of systems of systems.www.00 • new Model-driven engineering for distributed real-time embedded Systems 2009 AdVAnceS.co.uk Computer Science 71 Systems of Systems Edited by Dominique Luzeaux and Jean-René Ruault. d. P. Methods and tools for systems of systems engineering. 5.-P. l. standards and tools 10. 2. Kam. Globalization and systemic impacts. M. emergence and complexity of systems of systems. Italy after being an emerging trend.-l. Joël Champeau. Pradeilles and d. Part 2: systems of systems engineering: methods. ruault and J. it includes a state-of-the-art and an outline of the emerging trends and challenges and focuses on emerging and established standards and on feedback about Mdd application to dres development in an industrial context. Véret. d. Contents Part 1: systems of systems: concepts and practical illustrations 1. this has led to an increasing complexity that has to be managed in order to take advantage of these system integrations. Kam. space. Micouin. standardization in the field of systems and systems of systems engineering. 4. Zolesio. J. and standardization issues which are critical in order to deal with the key steps of systems-ofsystems engineering: elicitation of stakeholders’ needs. luzeaux. Université de Bretagne Occidentale. 3.-r. 11. F. France in recent decades. Model-driven design and simulation. qualification and utilization. the objective is to provide enough materials to understand the main issues and challenges in Mdd for dres and to have a clear picture of the most recent advances in the field.-r. Contractual aspects of the acquisition and use of systems of systems. health. France. integration of constituent systems. Model-driven development (Mdd) is now an established paradigm which application spans multiple domains. luzeaux. Meinadier. CEA LIST.-r. 9781848211643 • February 2010 • 560 pages • Usd 200. ISTI CNR. 9781848211155 • september 2010 • 320 pages • Usd 130. yielding new services through the combination of the system functionalities. J. defense. standards and tools”’ focuses on both engineering and modeling. Critical infrastructure protection. J. France. systems of systems in the healthcare field. after a critical comparison of the different definitions and a range of various practical illustrations. 9. have been becoming increasingly larger. Sylvain Robert. aeronautics. architecture optimization. Part 2 “systems of systems engineering: methods. d. J. intelligent transport systems.

a Generic algebraic structure for sequential decision Making under Uncertainty. a. ONERA. a Guided tour of Frameworks for decision Making. Bouzid. Péret. autonomous Helicopter searching for a landing area in an Uncertain environment. First Generic algorithms. s. 13. deC-MdP/ PoMdP. o. University Pierre and Marie Curie and Olivier Buffet. online resolution techniques. le Gloannec. this book provides a global view of current research using MdPs in artificial intelligence. M. Beynier et al. r. this formalism. Conclusion. is based on algebraic structures. non-standard Criteria. teichteil-Königsbuch. Buffet. approximate dynamic Programming.-i. a Generic structured tree search on the MCdaG architecture. LORIA. thiébaux. reinforcement learning. 5. laurent. o. 9. 10. F. Queries on a PFU network. G. 8. e. Garcia.00 • new Sequential decision-making problems repreSentAtion And Solution Cédric Pralet. Chaib-draa. structuring Multi-operator Queries. Part 2: Generic algorithms for answering PFU Queries 6. Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy. and sequences of quantifications. P. Part 2: Beyond MdPs 7. Markov decision Processes. M. Garcia. it starts with an introductory presentation of the fundamental aspects of MdPs. France Written by experts in the field. ONERA. it then presents more advanced research trends in the domain and gives some concrete examples using illustrative applications.iste. B. Part 3: applications 11. 8. 6. Garcia. Boussard. 9. l. 4. graphical models. Background notation and definitions. France and Thomas Schiex. 9781848211674 • February 2010 • 480 pages • Usd 150. 12. 3. Factored Markov decision Processes. 14. a. Gérard Verfaillie. resource Consumption Control for an autonomous robot. the authors introduce a generic algebraic framework that encompasses and unifies a large number of such formalisms. Conservation of Biodiversity Conservation. Munos. r. 4. a. 9781848211742 • november 2009 • 352 pages • Usd 150. operations Planning. F. 15. called the Plausibility–Feasibility–Utility (PFU) framework. dutech. Partially observable Markov decision Processes. Mouaddib.co. sabbadin. F. sigaud. i. o. Buffet. Fabiani. Burkov. France. s. scherrer. Weng. France in the first part of this book. 2.-i. 2. 3. Chadès. a. INRA Toulouse. 10. Matignon. sigaud. a. Contents Part 1: MdPs: Models and Methods 1. t.72 Computer Science www. l.00 • new . Mouaddib. a Generic solver for answering PFU Queries. Contents Part 1: representing decision-Making Problems in the PFU Framework 1. 5. stochastic Games. rachelson. P. Plausibility–Feasibility–Utility networks.uk Markov decision processes in Artificial intelligence Edited by Olivier Sigaud. 7. B. o. Policy-gradient algorithms. online learning for Micro-object Manipulation. F. degris.

Chapters 1 to 7 are devoted to basic notions and techniques for representing and solving decision problems. Toulouse.iste. o. Multiple objective linear Programming. Vincke.-J. d. Cohen. d. Conjoint Measurement Models for Preference relations. including psychology. M. Multiattribute Utility theory. 4. d. Human decision: recognition Plus reasoning. France and Marc Pirlot. J. Gonzales. Marichal. Perny. J. Contents 1. Chateauneuf. M. J.co. Cohen. Belgium this book gives an overview of the main results and methods in the formal study of the human decision process in the wider sense. G. B. Constraint satisfaction Problems. Jaffray. M. M. 8. 13. raufaste. Barthélemy. lang. M. University Paris 9. 15. H. Hudry. H. 12. t. trying to break down the barriers between the various disciplines. 19. Cohen. Bouyssou. Pomerol. Bayesian networks. 16. d. d. J. ranging from operational research to artificial intelligence. Pirlot. Chateauneuf. schiex. Planning under Uncertainty with Markov decision Processes. Formal representations of Uncertainty.-l. Chapters 8 to 14 propose an extensive overview of decision under risk and uncertainty. logical representation of Preferences. Jaffray. a survey of Qualitative decision rules under Uncertainty. a. Marchant. decision under Uncertainty: the Classical Models. C. aggregation Functions for decision Making. 9781848211162 • May 2009 • 912 pages • Usd 190. B.-M. Binary relations and Preference Modeling. 10. a. a Cognitive approach to Human decision Making.00 . dubois.-C. leclerc. J. J. 17. t. and provides an extensive bibliography. Grabisch. Paul Sabatier University. 6. d. Bouyssou. decision under risk: the Classical expected Utility Model.-P. social Choice theory and Multicriteria decision aiding. each chapter is written by one or several experts in the topic concerned. Bouyssou. 3. Cardinal extensions of eU Model Based on Choquet integral. P. Fargier. tallon. e. Chateauneuf. tsoukiàs. Polytech Mons. Prade. J.www. Verfaillie. Monjardet. Metric and latticial Medians. 5.uk Computer Science 73 decision-making process conceptS And MethodS Edited by Denis Bouyssou. which have contributed to this topic in the past. 11. From decision theory to decision-aiding Methodology. Hilton. r. dubois. subjective evaluation. 7. sabbadin. a. 14.-Y. 9. P. 2. J. economics and computer science. 20. abdellaoui. teghem. 18. a. the final chapters cover various approaches to multicriteria decisionmaking. Didier Dubois and Henri Prade. it provides the reader with a state-of-the-art roadmap to the field of decision analysis. Prade et al. H.-Y. M.

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Multicast ad hoc routing. this textbook examines all aspects of the propagation channel for UWB systems. 9781848210844 • november 2008 • 240 pages • Usd 95. introduction. 9. Fault-tolerant distributed algorithms for scalable systems. sébastien tixeuil. 12. and statistical channel modeling. which relies on the experimental analysis of the main channel characteristics.iste. France Ultra-Wideband (UWB) technology consists of transmitting radio signals over frequency bandwidths from 500 MHz to several GHz. the two main principles of UWB channel modeling are finally shown and illustrated: deterministic channel modeling. Vehicle-to-vehicle communications: applications and perspectives. the authors tackle critical problems such as the design of unicast/multicast routing protocols. Paris.00 ultra-wideband radio propagation channels Pascal Pagani. security for ad hoc routing and forwarding. as well as localization and imaging applications. Fabrice Valois. 7. the support of the quality of service. 4. Patrice Pajusco. the techniques of clustering/self-organization. 3. rabah Meraihi et al. Jean-Frédéric Myoupo. based on the simulation of the propagation phenomena in a given environment. Consultant and Bernard Uguen. next. approaches for ubiquitous computing. Fabrice theoleyre. ENST. 11. Quality of service support in Manets. romain Mellier. 2. self-organization of ad hoc networks: concepts and impacts. the development and optimization of such systems require a precise knowledge of the radio transmission medium. the mobility of code and the fault-tolerance techniques. stéphane Ubéda.00 . azzedine Khir. the authors introduce the theoretical bases of radioelectric propagation and give an overview of the channel sounding techniques adapted for UWB signals. the service discovery. Fabrício a. silva et al. 5. Pascale Minet. Friedman Tchoffo Talom. spectrum regulation issues and the different communication techniques. 9781848210035 • January 2008 • 336 pages • Usd 165. 10. Jaafar Gaber. Houda labiod. distributed clustering in ad hoc networks and applications. 6. ad hoc networks: principles and routing. Satimo. sylvie laniepce. UWB technology is first presented. France www. the security mechanisms for routing and data transmission. its unique characteristics may be exploited for the design of high data rate wireless communication systems. Code mobility in sensor networks. abdellatif obaid.co. University of Rennes 1. with a particular emphasis being placed on its applications. service discovery protocols for Manets.uk this book deals with several relevant fields related to the evolution of these spontaneous and self-organized networks. France Telecom R&D. Houda labiod.86 Networks & Telecommunications wireless Ad hoc and Sensor networks Edited by Houda Labiod. Contents 1. Mohamed Bakhouya. 8.

Walid dabbous and thierry turletti. secure Multicast Communications. approaches to Multicast traffic engineering. 9. However. spectrum monitoring. ENST Paris. – 3. spectrum sharing.00 Multimedia Multicast on the internet Edited by Abderrahim Benslimane. Part 2: Managers and their practice 10. France this book describes the current tools for spectrum management with their fundamental technical and legal basis. 4. University of Avignon. it outlines the global evolution of radio services in their different application domains and introduces the actors who contribute to the collective management of the spectrum. ali Boudani and abderrahim Benslimane. – 2. ANF. 7. Geography and radiocommunications. 5. it will be equally useful for a wide range of professionals in this research field. abderrahim Benslimane et al. the international telecommunication Union (itU). recent evolutions of radio services. 6. 14. a bit of history. France this book examines multicast technology and will be a key text for undergraduate engineering students and master students in networks and telecoms. spectrum management practice. towards new Protocols for small Multicast Groups. 2. Major current european and international issues to improve spectrum efficiency. 16. 8. 3. Congduc Pham and Moufida Maimour. 10. Jean-Jacques Pansiot. Christian Jacquenet. Hierarchical Multicast Protocols with Quality of service. router-assisted Based reliable Multicast.iste. regimes of radio spectrum management: a synthetic view. Multicast routing on the internet. reliability in Group Communications. new technological perspectives and impact on spectrum monitoring. regulatory instruments for spectrum sharing. the future of the spectrum. – 4.uk Networks & Telecommunications 87 the radio Spectrum MAnAging A StrAtegic reSource Jean-Marc Chaduc. 9781905209422 • January 2007 • 384 pages • Usd 215. – 7. 9781848210066 • January 2008 • 320 pages • Usd 145. Vincent roca. scalable Virtual environments. end-to-end approaches of reliable Communications. 8. 11. Congestion Control in Multicast Communications. Prométhée spathis and Kim thai. 11. Melek Önen. david Garduno et al. regional bodies. a transport Protocol for Multimedia Multicast with differentiated Qos. – 9. physics and mathematics. Contents 1.www.– 17.00 . national spectrum regulators and institutional debates. Vincent roca.co. France and Gérard Pogorel. – 5. Contents Part 1: the basis of spectrum management 1. – 12. refik Molva and alain Pannetrat. 13. telecommunications. bases and actors. Frequency assignment: a contrast. 6. some regulated services. 15.

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Edited by Jean-Claude Sabonnadière, INPG, Grenoble, France this title is dedicated to energy storage, low emission technologies and energy management, with discussions on the future of nuclear energy, combined heat and power, using hydrogen as an energy vector and fuel cells, as well as chapters on energy saving and control of the demand for power. Contents 1. energy storage: applications for the electricity Vector, Y. Brunet. 2. nuclear Fission, today and tomorrow: from “renaissance” to technological Breakthroughs, G. Van Goethem. 3. Combined Heat and Power, W. d'haeseleer, P. luickx. 4. Hydrogen: an energy Vector, t. alleau. 5. Fuel cells, P. Baurens, P. serre-Combe, J.-Ph. Poirot-Crouvezier. 6. distributed Generation: impact and solutions, r. Caire, B. raison. 7. Control of the energy demand: network load shedding, G. Verneau. 8. towards Positive energy Buildings, d. Quenard. 9. light sources and lighting: from technology to energy savings, G. Zissis. 9781848211360 • october 2009 • 480 pages • Usd 160.00 • new

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Nouredine Hadjsaïd and Jean-Claude Sabonnadière, INPG, Grenoble, France the scope of this book is to provide fundamental concepts of the physics and operation of transmission and distribution lines, which is the content of Part 1, followed by the models and tools for the description and simulation of large electrical grids for steady state and transient operation in Part 2. these advanced tools allow the physics and technology of power systems to be described and the algorithms of Ybus and Zbus matrices to be built for various studies such as short-circuit studies and load flow or transient phenomena analysis. Part 3 deals with the new organization concepts in the frame of deregulated markets. in this part the restructuring of the power industry is presented where various actors interact together through market places or bilateral contracts. in addition, the operation of the power grids under this deregulated context is detailed and the relationships between power system operators and market actors (energy producers and providers, traders, etc.) is explained with several examples. the ancillary services, congestion management and grid access concepts are also described. a large number of exercises and problems disseminated throughout the book with solutions at the end enable the reader to check his understanding of the content at any time. Contents Part 1: transmission lines and electric Power networks 1. two paradigms of the world electrical power system. 2. General information on electrical energy. 3. Basics of electrical power networks. 4. network architecture. 5. operation of electric lines. 6. High voltage direct current (HVdC) transmission. 7. three-phase transmission lines. 8. electrical transients in transmission. Part 2: analysis Methods of electrical Power systems 9. Functions of electrical energy systems. 10. network representation. 11. Formation of network matrices. 12. load flow calculations. 13. transient analysis methods. 14. Fault current calculations. 15. stability analysis of power systems. Part 3: Management of electricity networks in a Competitive environment 16. Basic electrical system. 17. liberalization of energy markets. 18. description and models of energy markets. 19. ancillary services. 20. available transmission Capabilities (atC). 21. Congestion management. 22. network access and charges. Part 4: solutions to exercises and problems 23. exercise solutions. 9781848211209 • september 2009 • 704 pages • Usd 225.00 • new

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electric power Systems
Edited by Michel Crappe, Faculté Polytechnique, Mons, Belgium the creation of a deregulated internal european electricity market and eU commitments for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (driven by the Kyoto Protocol) and for the use of renewable energy generation technologies have produced important new constraints and demands on the electric power systems of europe. this book provides advanced tools covering major aspects of the problems and their potential solutions. split into two parts (the first covering the operation and control of electric power systems and the second covering the stability and resilience of electric power systems), this book gathers together contributions from numerous well-known specialists in academia and the electrical industry and therefore will be an invaluable reference for all those involved in this field. Contents 1. General aspects of the control, regulation, and security of the energy network in aC, noël Janssens, Jacques trecat. 2. evolution of european electric power systems in the face of new constraints: impact of decentralized generation, Michel Crappe. 3. Planning methods for generation and transmission of electrical energy, Jean-Marie delincé. 4. Power quality, alain robert. 5. applications of synchronized phasor measurements to large interconnected electric power systems, n. Hadjsaid, d. Georges, a.F. snyder. 6. Voltage instability, thierry van Cutsem. 7. transient stability: assessment and control, daniel ruiz-Vega, Mania Pavella. 8. security of large electric power systems – defense plans – numerical simulation of electromechanical transients, Marc stubbe, Jacques deuse. 9. system Control by power electronics or flexible alternative current transmission systems (FaCts), Michel Crappe, stéphanie dupuis. 9781848210080 • March 2008 • 392 pages • Usd 195.00

protection of electrical networks
Christophe Prévé, AREVA, Mâcon, France this book, written for engineers, technicians, designers and operators working with electrical networks, contains theoretical and practical information on the design and set-up of protection systems. it starts by covering network structures and grounding systems together with problems that can occur in networks, and then goes on to discuss current and voltage transformers, protection functions, circuit breakers and fuses. Practical explanations of how protection systems function are given, and these, together with tables of settings, make this book suitable for any reader, irrespective of their initial level of knowledge. Contents 1. network structures. 2. earthing systems. 3. Main faults occurring in networks and machines. 4. short-circuits. 5. Consequences of short-circuits. 6. instrument transformers. 7. Protection functions and their applications. 8. overcurrent switching devices. 9. different selectivity systems. 10. Protection of network elements.

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luc Martin and laurent Pain. suggesting the emergence of new features. researchers have had in recent years a wonderful playground to develop new technologies to shape this nanospace. 4. a multidisciplinary technology.co. alexandre lagrange and Philippe Bandelier. mechanics.00 • new . alina Pascale and thierry Baron. Christophe Constancias and Jean-Yves robic.and nano-fluids. Gianluca Grenci. 2. CEA-LETI-Minatec. transfer patterns by self-assembly processes. this book deals with essential technologies and processes. Christophe Constancias. resins for lithography. lithographic techniques by local probe microscopy. stéfan landis. david rio. chemistry. Massimo tormen. micro. nano imprint lithography. X-ray lithography: fundamentals and applications. serdar Manakli. amandine Jouve. Grenoble. 9781848212022 • september 2010 • 320 pages • Usd 130. 2. Karim aissou. France lithography is now a complex tool at the heart of a technological process for manufacturing micro. Michael May and isabelle servin. 5.www. primarily used in industrial manufacturing of microprocessors and other electronic components.uk Electronics Engineering 99 lithography Edited by Stéfan Landis. Grenoble. lithography continues to push the limits of optics. this title addresses both the physical principles and scientific and technical issues of such major alternative approaches to nanolithography. Manipulation and lithography based on metallic nanostructure optics. Jacques Gierak. Martin Kogelschatz. Peter Hawkes. 4.and nanocomponents. anne-laure Charley. simon Julia.iste.00 • new nanolithography Edited by Stéfan Landis. electron beam lithography. the optics of charged particles. Jérôme Hazart and Johann Foucher. Metrology for lithography. Marianne Consonni and renaud Bachelot. Benedetta Marmiroli and Filippo romanato. 3. France While the nanoworld has been opening up. Contents 1. 6. Photolithography. 5. Vincent Bouchiat. Maxime Besacier. 6. Writing by focused ion beam. 3. Claire agraffeil. etc. 9781848212114 • september 2010 • 320 pages • Usd 130. they are essential for the miniaturization of microelectronics in various application fields. extreme ultra-violet lithography. Contents 1. CEA-LETI-Minatec.

9. ismaël Cognard. Benoit Cluzel. devoting chapters to each different field of application. 5. Pierre-noël Favennec. after recalling the necessary basics in microwaves and a special chapter on precision and errors in measurement.100 Electronics Engineering Measurements using optic and rf waves Edited by Frédérique de Fornel. low Coherence interferometry. reminderx and general points. electromagnetic environment. it provides coverage of the various measurement techniques using electromagnetic waves for various applications. 8. 13. 9781848211735 • January 2010 • 320 pages • Usd 150. 7. this book provides examples from the entire range of the electromagnetic spectrum. France and Pierre-Noël Favennec. Channel multiplexing. exposimetry – Measurements of the ambient rF electromagnetic Fields. Various questions and exploratory ways. 2. dosimetry of interactions Between the radioelectric Waves and Human tissues – Hybrid approach of the Metrology. Meteorological Visibility Measurement: Meteorological optical range. Measurements in HF. the reader will find detailed descriptions. Houssein nasrallah. resonant cavities. manufacturing processes and a number of demonstrated formulas which will allow engineers and technicians to design a filtering or coupling project. and considering wavelength distances ranging from nanometers to light-years in optics. Gérard Beaudin.co.uk in order to adequately cover the many different facets of the topic.00 • new .iste. consultant engineer this book describes all the devices used in radio and broadcasting to bring high selectivity filtering and coupling. 9781848211872 • december 2009 • 336 pages • Usd 150. High Precision Pulsar timing in Centrimetric radioastronomy. 7. Helical resonators. loïc lalouat. 8. Contents 1. the combline filter. Christophe lemoine and Mohammed serhir. France www. 6. 5. Virginie Gaillard and Christian Boisrobert. 12. 2. radio Mobile Measurement techniques.00 • new Vhf / uhf filters and Multicouplers ApplicAtionS of Air reSonAtorS Bernard Piette. Contents 1. Philippe Besnier. 4. Pierre-noël Favennec. Hervé sizun and Maher al naboulsi. directive couplers. Multicouplers. Joe Wiart and Man Faï Wong. Utilities. 3. Colette dumas and Frédérique de Fornel. Hervé sizun and Philippe Maliet. Cyril lupi. 12. the band-pass filter. 3. covering frequencies from several hertz to terahertz. 11. Measurement for the evaluation of electromagnetic Compatibility. 6. 4. 9. ambient rF electromagnetic Measurements in a rural environment. University of Bourgogne. From Measurement to Control of electromagnetic Waves using a near-field scanning optica Microscope. dominique leduc. 11. consultant engineer. laurent salomon. auxiliary devices. 10. Fabrication and tuning of cavities. Philippe Zarka. Xavier Chapeleau. Hervé sizun. long Baseline decameter interferometry between nançay and loFar. 10. Passive remote sensing at submillimeter Wavelengths and tHz.

3. 6.J. Microwave Photonic links Performances. C. Goure. Photodetectors. General Concepts. that can be easily incorporated in commercial electrical circuits simulation software to simulate this complete link. amperometric sensors. light Generation and Modulation. e. Moutet. Martelet. J. and Anne-Laure Billabert. 6. impedance-metric sensors. C. introduction. P. Chemical sensors: industrial Constraints and development. Fabry.00 • new . 4. such devices could open the field of applications (environmental. 5. glass optical fibers to plastic optical fibers. B. tercier-Waeber. Blum. J.00 • new Microwave photonic links coMponentS And circuitS Christian Rumelhard. Pradel. 8. photodiodes to UtC photodiodes or phototransistors. 10. saint aman. France this book reviews the state of the art in the field of chemical sensors for the analysis of ionic or molecular species dissolved in liquid media. sensors and Voltametric Probes for in situ Measurements of elementary traces in aquatic Media. Jaffrezic. 3. P. Fombon. numerous recent bibliographic references are also given. Measurement Characterizations and electrical simulations of Microwave optical links. the future trends of these components are also introduced: lasers to VCsel. Potentiometric sensors: dissolved Gas and ionic species.iste. Fouletier. 7. 9781848211421 • december 2009 • 352 pages • Usd 150. Cosnier.uk Electronics Engineering 101 chemical and Biological Microsensors ApplicAtionS in fluid MediA Edited by Pierre Fabry and Jacques Fouletier. 8. external modulators. Walcarius. Buffle. electrical amplifiers in Microwave optical links. l. CNAM. Contents 1. J. Biosensors Based on Guided optics. Gondran. a. France this book presents the electrical models for the different elements of a photonic microwave link like lasers. Michaux. Breuil. 7. Grenoble University. optical Fibers and amplifiers. 9.co. Most of the devices could be miniaturized using modern technologies allowing fabrication on a large scale for mass production at low cost. 5. photodiodes and phototransistors. external modulators to electro-absorption modulators. s. Moreover.) in the near future.www. M. it also describes an original methodology to evaluate the performances of a microwave photonic link.C. isFet and BioFet sensors. Chemiometry. the fundamental phenomena involved in these sensors are described in the different chapters by specialists with much expertise in the field. optical fibers. Complement of Microwave Photonic links Performances. n. P. 4. 9781848212268 • september 2010 • 352 pages • Usd 150. the transduction of such devices is based on chemical. biological and physical phenomena. etc. Fabry. biomedical. domotic and automotive applications. J. food industry. Contents 1.P. sensibility and selectivity of electrochemical sensors. based on the developed electrical models.l. Catherine Algani. 2. 2. mainly in aqueous solutions. a. J.

different “evolutionary paths” based on the use of new materials (such as silicon nanocrystals for storage nodes and high-k insulators for active dielectrics) and of new transistor structures (such as multi-gate devices) are investigated in order to extend classical floating gate technology to the 32 nm node. Characterization of devices and Passive rF integrated Circuits. 4. this book provides a comprehensive overview of the different technological approaches currently being studied to fulfill future memory requirements. 4. 3. it describes methods used for modeling passive circuits using the most common numerical analysis techniques (the method of moments. Measurement in the time domain. Fabien ndagijimana.00 . Future Paths of innovation. the main factors at the origin of these phenomena are identified and analyzed. h. Calculation Procedures of Passive Components with the tlM Method: application to Coplanar Filters and antennas. numerical analysis Methods for Passive Circuits. France semiconductor flash memory is an indispensable component of modern electronic systems which has gained a strategic position in recent decades due to the progressive shift from computing to consumer (and particularly mobile) products as revenue drivers for integrated Circuits (iC) companies.uk Edited by Pierre Saguet. Jean-louis Carbonero. Pierre saguet. chArActerizAtion And MeASureMent www. 9781848211056 • august 2009 • 256 pages • Usd 125. 6.co. aBCd are given. sidina Wane. Gaétan Prigent. Multi-scales circuits: use of auxiliary sources. France. “disruptive paths” based on new storage mechanisms or new technologies (such as phase-change devices. finite element methods. two main research paths are identified and discussed. Packages for rF circuits. and pays particular attention to propagation phenomena. Michel ney. research on advanced Charge storage Memories. sandrick le Maguer.102 Electronics Engineering passive rf integrated circuits Modeling. time domain reflectometry and its use are also covered in detail. 5. written by recognized experts in the field. semiconductor industry outlook. Characterization and measurement methods in the time and frequency domains are the subject of two very detailed chapters. 2. providing pointers on future research activities and developments in this area. Contents 1. interconnections and packaging modeling are included. LETI CEA. tlM). Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Electronique de Grenoble.00 • new Silicon non-Volatile Memories pAthS of innoVAtion Barbara De Salvo. 2. introduction. Z. as well as an original method for multi-scale circuit modeling. Contents 1. Finally. Henri Baudrand. Measurement errors using Vector network analyzer (Vna) and appropriate corrections are detailed and the divergences between all the various parameters s. 9781848211759 • october 2009 • 288 pages • Usd 120. Y. 3. 5. Jean Chilo. t. Fdtd.iste. polymer or molecular cross-bar memories) are also covered in order to address 22 nm and smaller iC generations. Conclusions. is intended for designers of rF or microwave passive integrated circuits. this book.

Guérin. Kedous-lebouc. Féliachi. lefevre. Piriou. a part is dedicated to soi technology. Maréchal. the last part focuses on non-volatile solid state memories. 5. Bandelier. due to the important advantages resulting from this material for some applications and products. Y. physics and technology. Magnetohydrodynamics: modeling of a kinematic dynamo. Piriou. Bouillault. B. with a presentation of state-of-the-art technologies. leconte. J. Bouillault.iste. Zgainski. Massé. rioux-damidau. C. lobry. F. soi technology and transistors. F. arnaud Bournel. now currently embedded in many day-life products. magnetostatics. Coulomb. MINATEC. France Written by specialists of modeling in electromagnetism. sylvie Galdin-retailleau. linking their basic properties to those of devices. F. G. Coupling with circuit equations. electrokinetic. Behavior laws of materials. Plunian. G. the major component of modern integrated circuits. F. Frédéric Bœuf. France this book provides a comprehensive insight into the operation of the main microelectronic devices in silicon integrated circuits. P. Modeling of motion: accounting for movement in the modeling of magnetic phenomena. Philippe dollfus. 9781848210301 • august 2008 • 624 pages • Usd 245. J. reyne.co. 9781848211636 • september 2009 • 400 pages • Usd 150. Contents 1.www. F. 14. Y. optimization. 7. 3. Meunier. ossart. M. 2. arnaud Bournel. ren. 12. G. Bipolar junction transistors.uk Electronics Engineering 103 the finite element Method for electromagnetic Modeling Edited by Gérard Meunier. it comprises a part of the physics of semiconductor materials. Y. Fundamentals of the method as well as new advances in the field are described in detail. Philippe dollfus et al. Z. this book provides a comprehensive review of the finite element method for low frequency applications. 4. Physical basis of semiconductor materials. Magneto-thermal coupling. Mixed finite element methods in electromagnetism. Mireille Mouis. Broche. 6. F. J. P. transport in semiconductor devices. V. François Mondon. 4. is described at ideal and real levels.l. 5. F. 2. especially for analog and rF functions. Magnetodynamic formulations.X.l. Y. thomas skotnicki.00 physics and operation of Silicon devices in integrated circuits Edited by Jacques Gautier. Meunier. Fouladgar. 11. le Floch. non-volatile memories. 13. G2Elab-INPG. sorin Cristoloveanu. e. Grenoble. Magneto-mechanical modeling. introduction to nodal finite elements. F. the Bipolar Junction transistor. Grenoble. J. Contents 1. including updated characteristics and future prospects. 8.00 . Charge storage-based structures as well as emerging memory devices are depicted and discussed. Francis Balestra. lombard. 9. MosFet device physics and operation. lefevre. the Field effect transistor. du terrail Couvat. Mesh generation. which is also a useful device. 10. dular. is presented from a simplified behavior to real devices. Modeling on thin and line regions. static formulations: electrostatic. symmetric components and numerical modeling. 3. C. Coulomb. a. 6. P. nens. Y.

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Electronics Engineering optoelectronic Sensors
Edited by Didier Decoster and Joseph Harari, Polytech’Lille, France

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optoelectronic sensors are of great importance in optoelectronic transmission systems. With this in mind, this book aims to provide accessible yet authoritative coverage of semiconductorbased photodetectors for various optical wavelengths. Optoelectronic Sensors starts by explaining the main characteristics of all photodetectors, before moving on to cover the classical Pin photodiode, the avalanche photodiode, phototransistors, the metal-semiconductor-metal photodiode and photodetectors designed for ultraviolet wavelengths. it concludes by discussing the very significant problem of noise in these sensors. Written by a wide range of specialists in this field, this book represents an indispensable resource for those looking to increase their understanding of optoelectronics. Contents 1. introduction to semiconductor photodetectors, Franck omnes. 2. Pin photodiodes for the visible and near infrared, Beaudoin de Cremoux. 3. avalanche photodiodes, Gérard ripoche, Joseph Harari. 4. Phototransistors, Carmen Gonzalez, antoine Marty. 5. Metal-semiconductor-metal (MsM) photodiodes, Joseph Harari, Vincent Magnin. 6. Photodetectors for the ultraviolet, Franck omnes, eva Monroy. 7. noise in photodiodes and photoreceiver systems, robert alabedra, dominique rigaud. 9781848210783 • May 2009 • 288 pages • Usd 95.00

power electronics Semiconductor devices
Edited by Robert Perret, INPG, France this book is dedicated to power electronics switches and their uses. it begins by dealing with power MosFets and iGBts, including series and parallel associations. discussion is given to silicon carbide, its potentiality for power electronics applications and its present limitations, as well as capacitors, key passive components in power electronics, followed by a modeling method enabling the computation of stray inductances, which is necessary for the precise simulation of switching waveforms. the book concludes by examining the behavior of the switching cell and thermal behavior associated with power switches, and then proposes some interesting possibilities associated with power electronics integration. Contents 1. Power MosFet transistors, Pierre aloïsi. 2. insulated gate bipolar transistors (iGBt), Pierre aloïsi. 3. series and parallel connections of Mos and iGBt, daniel Chatroux, Jean-luc schanen. 4. silicon carbide applications in power electronics, Marie-laure locatelli, dominique Planson. 5. Capacitors for power electronics, abderrahmane Béroual, sophie Guillemet-Fritsch, thierry lebey. 6. Modeling connections, edith Clavel, James roudet, Jean-luc schanen. 7. the commutation cell, James roudet, Jean-luc schanen. 8. Power electronics and thermal management, Jean-Marie dorkel, Corinne Perret, robert Perret. 9. towards integrated power electronics, Patrick austin, Marie Breil, Jean-Christophe Crebier, Jean-louis sanchez, Christian schaeffer. 9781848210646 • March 2009 • 576 pages • Usd 195.00

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Solid-State physics for electronics
André Moliton, University of Limoges, France this title is the result of many years’ experience in teaching at Msc level in applied, materials and electronic physics. it is written with device physics and electronics students in mind, and describes the fundamental physics of materials used in electronics. this thorough coverage of the physical properties of materials will facilitate an understanding of the technological processes used in the fabrication of electronic and photonic devices. the book opens with an introduction to the basic applied physics of simple electronic states and energy levels. silicon and copper, the building blocks for many electronic devices, are used as examples. next, more advanced theories are developed to better account for the electronic and optical behavior of ordered materials, such as diamond, and disordered materials, such as amorphous silicon. Finally, the principal quasi-particles (phonons, polarons, excitons, plasmons and polaritons) that are fundamental to explaining phenomena such as component aging (phonons) and optical performance in terms of yield (excitons) or communication speed (polarons) are discussed. Contents 1. representation of electron-lattice bonds. 2. the free electron and state density functions. 3. the origin of band structure within a weak bond approximation. 4. Properties of semi-free electrons: insulators, semi-conductors, metals and superlattices. 5. Crystalline structures, reciprocal lattices and Brillouin zones. 6. electronic properties of copper and silicon. 7. strong bonds in 1-dimension. 8. strong bonds in 3-dimensions: band structures of diamond and silicon. 9. limits to classical band theory: amorphous media. 10. the main quasi-particles in materials physics.

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electromagnetism and interconnections
AdVAnced MAtheMAticAl toolS for coMputer-Aided SiMulAtion Stéphane Charruau, University of Bordeaux I, France this book covers the theoretical problems of modeling the electrical behavior of the interconnections encountered in electronic products that figure in our daily lives. Most electronic products have digital processors that have increasingly tightened inner and outer conductors with smaller and smaller geometries. this means parasitic electromagnetic effects increasingly occur inside and outside these processors, which then cannot work correctly. the aim of this book is to show the theoretical tools of waveform prediction at the design step of a complex and high-speed digital electronic system. Contents 1. theoretical Foundations of electromagnetism. 2. Full Wave analysis. 3. electromagnetism in stratified Media. 4. transmission line equations. 5. direct time-domain Methods. 6. discretization in the time domain. 7. Frequency Methods. 8. time-domain Wavelets. 9. applications of the Wavelet Method.

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uk Instrumentation & Measurement 107 Applied Metrology for Manufacturing engineering Ammar Grous.00 • new transverse disciplines in Metrology proceedingS of the 13th internAtionAl Metrology congreSS. health and medicine.00 .iste. 5. 7.uk) Chemistry – statistics. frAnce Edited by the French College of Metrology the 2007 international Metrology Congress was organized by the French College of Metrology in collaboration with the laboratoire national de Métrologie et d’essais (lne) and the scientific support of the nederlands Meetinstituut (nMi). these proceedings are a selection of 62 conferences covering: – the evolution of metrology. 9781848211889 • september 2010 • 544 pages • Usd 165. and its applications in industry. illustrated by tutorials and laboratory models. CEGEP. Contents (detailed contents on www.co.iste. Csa (Canada) and ansi (Usa). it is accessible to nonspecialist users in the fields of design and manufacturing. this book focuses on technical geometric and dimensional tolerances as well as mechanical testing and quality control. surface-states control. – the development of metrology linked to innovating technologies. Control of testing materials hardness. economy and quality. 3. Gas analysis Hydraulic Quantities recent development of the its the si. Verification of assembly and transmissions components. 8. – the improvement of measurement procedures to guarantee the quality of products and processes. 9. elements of dimensional and geometric tolerances according to iso. elements of error analysis and their uncertainties in dimensional metrology applied to science and technology. the national metrology institute of the netherlands. surfaces control. 2007 – lille. it also provides references and solved examples to help professionals and teachers to adapt their models to specific cases. it reflects recent developments in iso and GPs standards and focuses on training that goes hand in hand with the progress of practical work and workshops dealing with measurement and dimensioning. 6. now and tomorrow Metrology and Health Metrological tools and Means environnment dimensional Metrology and Uncertainty innovation and Knowledge transfer Uncertainty sensory Metrology electricity legal Metrology Monte Carlo Method Mass optic – time Frequency statistics overview 9781848210486 • February 2009 • 832 pages • Usd 350. Canada Applied Metrology for Manufacturing Engineering stands out from traditional works due to its educational aspect. opto-mechanical metrology. 4. environment and safety. Computer-aided Metrology. Chapters can be viewed independently of each other.www. Contents 1. Quebec. 2. Measures and controls using linear and angular standards.co. and new information and communication technologies.

real-time data acquisition and processing systems. 11.00 Structural health Monitoring Edited by Daniel Balageas. elaboration of models for the interaction between the sensor and its environment. 9781905209019 • January 2006 • 496 pages • Usd 205. thermal and mechanical sensors. Ecole des Mines.00 fundamentals of instrumentation and Measurement Edited by Dominique Placko.iste. Physical principles of optical. 10. the second part is devoted to the development of devices for gas detection in a system approach. on which a diagnostic is established. University of Siegen. signal and data reduction methods and inverse techniques. Paul Bildstein. representation and analysis of signals. Spain this book is organized around the various sensing techniques used to achieve structural health monitoring. Polytechnic University.108 Instrumentation & Measurement physical chemistry of Solid-gas interfaces conceptS And Methodology for gAS SenSor deVelopMent René Lalauze. Etienne. sensor modeling.co. Multi-sensor systems: diagnostics and fusion.uk Fundamental elementary facts and theoretical tools for the interpretation and model development of solid-gas interactions are first presented in this workd. smart sensors. results are then presented in order to support the contribution made by large metallic elements to the electronic processes associated with solid-gas interactions.00 . Measurement instrumentation. Chatillon. General principles of sensors. as well as microsystem design and applications. Madrid. the contribution of microtechnologies. which enable the identification of the physical parameters. 9781848210417 • July 2008 • 448 pages • Usd 185. France www. Mustapha nadi. analog processing associated with sensors. 7. Contents 1. Frédéric truchetet. dominique Miller. 2. 9781905209392 • March 2007 • 576 pages • Usd 250. France this title presents the general principles of instrumentation processes. ENS Cachan. St. Michel lecollinet. 6. France. François lepoutre. Michel robert. Methods for experimental investigations concerning solid-gas interactions are first described. François Baillieu and olivier Vancauwenberghe. 9. 4. ONERA. it explains the theoretical analysis of physical phenomena used by standard sensors and transducers to transform a physical value into an electrical signal. Cécile durieu and denis Prémel. 3. Bernard Journet and stéphane Poujouly. the pre-processing of these signals through electronic circuits is then detailed. eduardo santander and Bernard Journet. digital signal processing and diagnostic methods and the concept of smart sensors. Germany and Alfredo Güemes. Claus-Peter Fritzen. 8. affected by the presence of the damage. its main focus is on sensors. attention is then given to general complex systems: instrumentation and measurement chains. 12. 5. François lepoutre. instruments and measurement chains. Patrice aknin and thierry Maurin. analog filters. in order to provide useful basic information.

Czech Republic and Alois Tipek. this type of information is very difficult to acquire from existing sources. F. G. alois tipek and Pavel ripka. andré Migeon and anne-elisabeth lenel.uk Instrumentation & Measurement 109 Modern Sensors handbook Edited by Pavel Ripka. 2. intelligent sensors and sensor networks. Ireland it is vitally important for system developers. 9. 9781905209668 • May 2007 • 536 pages • Usd 275. Meylaers.co. M. stanislav dado. Contents 1. ripka and Pavel ripka. Pressure sensors. a situation this book aims to address by providing detailed coverage on this topic. accelerometers and inclinometers. new technologies and Materials. 5.iste. andré Migeon and anne-elisabeth lenel. including ultrasonic nde and other areas which go beyond traditional imaging techniques of internal defects. Czech Technical University. gives a comprehensive and international treatment of the subject. 9781905209699 • January 2007 • 408 pages • Usd 185. 10.www. Tyndall. Magnetic sensors. University of Arizona. s. Peetermans and luk indesteege. Peeters. 9781905209514 • March 2006 • 272 pages • Usd 120. temperature sensors.00 . Position and distance. F. andré Migeon and anne-elisabeth lenel. 7. Gillian McMahon. system integrators and decision makers to be familiar with the principles and properties of the new sensor types in order to make a qualified decision about which sensor type to use in which system and what behavior may be expected. Chemical sensors and Biosensors. level. M. r. 8. 11. optical sensors. Jirí novak. Hartung. Cork.00 Advanced ultrasonic Methods for Material and Structure inspection Edited by Tribikram Kundu. 4. USA Featuring contributions from authors who are specialists in their subject area. this book presents new developments in ultrasonic research in both these areas. Flow sensors. stanislav dado and Jan Fischer.00 Metrology in industry • the key for quality Edited by the French College of Metrology this book. solid-state Gyroscopes and navigation. 6. Peetermans and luk indesteege. Peeters. the results of a working group from the French College of Metrology and featuring chapters written by a range of experts from a variety of european countries. 3.

the passage from theory to practice makes the comprehension of the physical phenomena simple and didactic. the first objective is to provide the reader with a thorough understanding of integrated optics so that they may be able to develop the theoretical and experimental tools to study and control the linear and nonlinear optical properties of waveguides. non-linear effects in integrated optics. this last field constitutes a major challenge of photonic technologies of the 21st century.page 110 Optics Forthcoming. the electro-optic effect in waveguides. 2. Contents 1. optical waveguide fabrication techniques.00 . 5. 6. the potential use of these structures can then be determined in order to realize integrated optical components for light modulation and generation. the book also gives a presentation of the industrial applications of the integrated optical components. University of Metz. optical waveguide characterization techniques. optical waveguide theory. Photonic crystal waveguides. France this book presents the principles of non-linear integrated optics. 3. 9781848210271 • april 2009 • 352 pages • Usd 150. the studied topics range from the theory of waveguides and the linear and non-linear optical characterization techniques to photonic crystals. New & Backlist Titles Free-Space Optics Nanophotonics 2009 Photonic Waveguides All titles Hardback & 234x156 mm Royal Octavo photonic waveguides theory And ApplicAtionS Azzedine Boudrioua. 4. the theoretical models are accompanied by experimental tools and their setting in order to characterize the studied phenomenon.

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B.uk Mathematical morphology was historically the first non-linear theory in the field of image processing. n. najman and M. B.00 . satellite imagery and digital elevation models. Fuzzy sets and mathematical morphology. it also offers an original and innovative content. self-Calibration of Video sensors. 15. stochastic methods. shape recognition in images. long Quan. a. J-M. talbot. Urbach. talbot and l. Part 3: reconstruction 5. Part 4: recognition 7. Meyer. 7. najman. M. Couprie and H. H. reconstruction of 3d scenes from Multiple Views. a wide scope. Meyer and l. i. 6. najman and H. salembier. luce Morin and lionel oisel. ronse and J. France Contents Part 1: registration and auto-registration 1. C. minimum weight tree and hierarchies. France www. document processing. C. Passat and C. roerdink. l. Jalba and J. diane lingrand. 9781848210165 • February 2009 • 312 pages • Usd 115. rachid deriche. J. H. Couprie. Bertrand. 17. e. 3d reconstruction by active dynamic Vision. najman. grain sizes and skeletons. introduction to measure in image analysis.co. J. lantuéjoul. algebraic foundations of morphology. it rests on three pillars that make its success: a solid theory. Vincent.00 • new Visual perception through Video imagery Edited by Michel Dhome. 18. 3. Cousty and l. J. G. t. leveling. 14. 19. ESIEE. ronse. François Gaspard and thierry Viéville. localization tools. Marcotegui and P. 13. the primary objective of this book is to provide state-of-the-art teaching of mathematical morphology. Michel dhome and Jean-thierry lapresté. serra. Bloomberg and l. serra. 2. Part 2: localization 4. M. 8. J. Calibration of Vision sensors. Wilkinson. Color and multivariate images.iste. Cousty. F. Contents 1. P. M. distances. Compression and coding. 6. l. CNRS Clermont-Ferrand. Jean-Marc lavest and Gérard rives. Chanussot. 16. specific displacements for self-calibration. 11. serra. related operators and tree cutting. salembier. naegel. d.118 Digital Signal & Image Processing Mathematical Morphology Edited by Laurent Najman and Hugues Talbot. LASMEA. 5. 9. talbot and M. Morel. C. 3d angiographic segmentation. P. 3d+t heart segmentation. 12. and an effective implementation. Van droogenbroeck. talbot. Watershed in discrete spaces. 9781848212152 • september 2010 • 512 pages • Usd 195. najman. introduction to mathematical morphology. 10. Géraud. soille. angulo and J. Vachier-mammar and F. eric Marchand and François Chaumette. Bloch. simulation of forest fires. Continuous morphology and partial differential equations. algorithms. 3. 2. 20. diatoms identification. 4. it contains contributions from 26 of the most eminent authors in the domain. segmentation. J. Patrick Gros and Cordelia schmid. Couprie.

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00 Scaling.120 Digital Signal & Image Processing data Analysis www. albert Benassi and Jacques istas. France. 2. 14. Gérard drouey d'aubigny. the second part is devoted to clustering methods which constitute another method.iste. denis Matignon. luc robbiano et al. Pierrick legrand. non-differentiability and fractal time-space. Jérôme Pagès. textual data analysis. local regularity analysis and multifractal modeling of signals. discriminant analysis. Gilles Celeux. Multifractal scaling: general theory and approach by wavelets. Clustering of spatial data. Model-based clustering. fractional filters. locally self-similar fields. Fractional synthesis. rudolf H riedi. Contents 1. fractals and wavelets Edited by Patrice Abry. Gérard Govaert. 7. liliane Bel. serge Cohen. the book concludes by examining the links existing between data mining and data analysis. 8. France this book is organized around the notions of scaling phenomena and scale invariance. Philippe Besse and Hervé Cardot. Paulo Gonçalves.00 . a number of applications where the scaling paradigm proved fruitful are also detailed. 3. 9781848210721 • december 2008 • 512 pages • Usd 195. Fractal and multifractal analysis in signal processing.co. Paulo Goncalvès and Patrice abry. laurent nottale. self-similar processes. Wavelet methods for multifractal analysis of functions. University of Technology of Compiègne. scale invariance and wavelets. INRIA Rhone-Alpes. CNRS. Henri Caussinus and anne ruiz-Gazen. Projection pursuit. Correspondance analysis. research of scaling law on stock market variations. Multidimensional scaling. INRIA. the variables thus obtained provide a synthetic description which often results in a graphical representation of the data. darryl Veitch. the various stochastic models commonly used to describe scaling are introduced. ludovic lebart. to synthesize and to analyze the data. 10. 9781848210981 • June 2009 • 352 pages • Usd 140. Functional data analysis. 8. scale relativity. iterated function systems and applications in image processing. Georges Hébrail and Yves lechevallier. data mining and data analysis. after a general presentation of the discriminating analysis. Georges oppenheim. 4. 9. stéphane Jaffard. Franck davoine and Jean-Marc Chassery. these models are compared and related to one another. Christophe ambroise and Mo dang. 2. 6. 6. 4. Fundamental principles of clustering. Patrick Flandrin. Contents 1. often complementary to the methods described in the first part. 12. 11.uk Edited by Gérard Govaert. 10. Gilbert saporta and ndèye niang. 9. 7. France the first part of this book is devoted to methods seeking relevant dimensions of the data. 3. Gildas Brossier. 5. an introduction to fractional calculus. 11. Khalid daoudi. 13. Jacques lévy Véhel and Claude tricot. scale invariance in computer network traffic. local regularity and multifractal methods for image and signal analysis. Principal component analysis. France and Jacques Lévy Véhel. 5. Christian Walter.

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127 Bourrières Jean-Paul. 151 anisimov Vladimir. 147 aoustin Yannick. 87 Benson david J. 137 de Fornel Bernard. 87 . 117 Bessonnet Guy. 53 Brunet Yves. 118 diaz Michel. 101 Billaut Jean-Charles. 102 decoster didier. 39 Boch Philippe. 111 Bonnet Pierre. 52 Castanié Francis. 100. 72 Burlion nicolas. 132 Champeau Joël. 24. 119 Chaouchi Hakima.. 35. 8 Brossaud Claire. 26. 132 artigues Christian. 91 Bergheau Jean-Michel. 47 Bouyssou denis. 111 Boudjlida nacer. 67 Bertein Jean-Claude. 97 Cristescu Constantin. 111 délery Jean. 56 dochain denis. 26 Chehdi Kacem. 54 Bruneau Michel. 70 audibert Pierre. 22 Benslimane abderrahim. 115 Brunet roger. 57 Cohen Corine. 137 Bouchet olivier. 48 Ceschi roger. 41 alvarez-armas iris. 20 Corniou Jean-Pierre. 74 Benkhaldoun Fayssal. 132 Bésuelle Pierre. 9 Bernath Ulrich. 117 Chaduc Jean-Marc. 61 abry Patrice. 152 Boulanger Jean-louis. 104 degallaix-Moreuil suzanne. 147 Cliquet Gérard..27 Chevallereau Christine. 16 delhaes Pierre. 120 acker Paul. 149 Colin stéphane. 29 Boisrobert Christian. 114. 25 Battaglia Jean-luc. 125 Blay-Fornarino Mireille. 125 Blondeau régis. 69 auger François. 17 Beretta Joseph. 80 Boudrioua azzedine. 119 Combescure alain. 64 Brugnot Gérard. 101 alshibli Khalid a. 137 Caron Claude. 60 devillers rodolphe. 30 Bel Gérard.. 47 albalate amparo. 38 ammi Chantal. 80 Chanussot Jocelyn. 136 Blanchet Gérard. 129 de salvo Barbara. 139 desrues Jacques. 110 Boughzala imed. 46 Billabert anne-laure. 48 detavernier Jean-Michel. 152 Crappe Michel. 38 delage Pierre. 21 Berlioz alain. 82. 126 Cauvin Colette. 34 Banâtre Michel. 125 Charruau stéphane. 66 algani Catherine. 138 Benhamou Frédéric. 48 Betbeder-Matibet Jacques. 43 delalande Claude. 128 dobesch Hartwig. 77 Bathias Claude. 71. 71 Bloch isabelle. 13 Collet Christophe. 44 Buzaud eric. 105 Chateigner daniel. 28 d davim Paulo J. 69 Bourlès Henri. 51 Cavaro-Ménard Christine. 152 andreosso-o’Callaghan Bernadette. 59. 80 Balageas daniel. 73 Breitkopf Piotr.page 153 Author Index A abba Gabriel. 71. 135 Bouteldja Mohamed. 151. 62 Corsi Patrick. 52 Carrega Pierre. 132 abou Harb Georges. 60 Botta-Genoulaz Valérie. 139 aubrun Christophe. 27. 25 demassey sophie. 123 auriault Jean-louis. 94 Buffet olivier. 108 Balestra Francis. 119 Chevalier Yvon. 49 Boutin Claude. 136. 35. 45 Campagne Jean-Pierre. 111 de larminat Philippe. 84 Charbit Maurice. 91 de Fornel Frédérique. 132 Clerc Maurice. 123 Cazacu oana. 128 c Cambou Bernard. 56 dhome Michel. 47 B Babau Jean-Philippe. 41 Chaillet nicolas.

123 Huber Catherine. 91 lourtioz Jean-Michel. 11 Glavieux alain. 61 Merz stephan. 145 Manouvrier Bernard. 13 Fiche Georges. 22 Hicher Pierre-Yves. 139. 55 Khalil Wisama. 141 J Jackson Mark J. 126 Gonçalvès Paulo. 47 George Paul-louis. 76 François dominique. 103 Gay daniel. 109 Kwan Godfrey K. 80 Girard alain. 138 louis Jean-Paul. 5. 43 Mellouk abdelhamid. 139 nicot François. 122 ionescu ioan r.uk le doeuff rené. 74 Guinebretière rené. 124 Misiti Yves. 39 laurent-Maknavicius Maryline. 17 Guyader Jean-louis. 46 Hlawatsch Franz.co. 56 dyras izabela. 41 iosifescu Marius. 53 Mazars Jacky. 45 Jeansoulin robert. 43 Minker Wolfgang. 151 h Habrias Henri. 144 Meunier Gérard.iste. 70 Jaussaud Jacques. 113 Marchal alain. 115 www. 136 Mouton Yves. 117 Moliton. 42 . 118 navet nicolas. 108 Fstt. 55 k Kanevski Mikhail. 114 Filomeno Coelho rajan. 71 dollfus Philippe. 131 Krief Francine. 11 Manca raimondo. 79 f Fabry Pierre. 111 lozano rogelio. 85 Ménard laurent. andré. 113 Guinand Frédéric.. 123 najim Kaddour. 60 Méret Philippe. 11 Kundu tribikram. 76 Güemes alfredo. 78 néron emmanuel. 24 Gambelin Jacques. 77 Martinez-Vega Juan. 126 najman laurent. 104 Harlamov Boris. 101 Fournier Jean-Claude. 10.C. 92 ermine Jean-louis. 92 lecoutre Christophe. 92 Mori Yvon. 131 luzeaux dominique. 11 Guinot Vincent. 49 Janssen Jacques. 20 Mohammad-djafari ali. 49 Murat Cécile. 66 Misiti Michel. 33 dombre etienne. 101 Favennec Pierre-noël. 137 lopez Pierre. 56 Jussien narendra. 35. 22 Geindreau Christian. 105 Monmarché nicolas. 122 Malburet François. 96 Harari Joseph. 93 Moukrim aziz. 120 limnios nikolaos. 124. 94 Hérard Jean-Marc.6. 120 Grangeat Pierre. 119 Gravouil anthony. 73 dulieu Mike. 51 eymard robert. 151 dumolard Pierre. 94 Filippi Paul J. 54 Fortunier roland. 83 lemaire Maurice. 21 Fritzen Claus-Peter. 65 Mariani Joseph. 86 lalanne Christian. 124 Moes nicolas. 20 Grous ammar. 67. 145 Jard Claude. 74 g Gaïti dominique. 151 Jean Michel. 147 Hébuterne Gérard.154 Author Index Guillaume Philippe. 99 lassen tom. 74 Monmasson eric. 49 i idier Jérôme. 152 escobar Francisco. 100. 22 Garello rené. 111 lévy Vehel Jacques. 47 Gérard sébastien. 79 Hadjsaïd nouredine. 144 llerena daniel. 129 najim Mohamed. 28 Frappier Marc.7 lalauze rené. 60 Marage Jean-Paul. 131 dubois didier. 144 Husson rené. 8 Finke Gerd. 121. 135 Mathis Philippe. 21 Gérard Bruno. 79 French College of Metrology. 65 Marrón Pedro José. 103 Millard alain. 22 M Maître Henri... 10. 125 Gautier Jacques. 107 Guédon Jeanpierre.. 44 lamnabhi-lagarrigue Françoise. 93 e el Hadi Zaïm Mohamed. 107. 129 landis stéfan. 21 Fouletier Jacques.t. 82 Krysinski tomasz. 141. 127 l labiod Houda. 84 Galerie alain. 56 dzever sam. 35. 111 Favre-Marinet Michel. 78 Mesbah Mounir. 90 Mathieu luc. 108 Guermond Yves. 10 levenson Juan ariel. 35 Jacob Bernard. 75 lecoy Pierre. 84 n naït-ali amine. 109 Frey Pascal Jean. 108 laloui lyesse. 113 Mottier Patrick. 120 Govaert Gérard.

44. 88 sanders lena. 87 Pommier sylvie.. 133 Placko dominique. 33 talbot Hugues. 45 raghay said.uk nièpce Jean-Claude. 72 sih George C. 70 sizun Hervé. 11 simon daniel. 30 reynouard Jean-Marie. 142. 67 takadoum Jamal. 79. 41 S sabetta antonio. 101 t tait alan. 41 régnier stéphane. 9 p Pagani Pascal. 25 Pirlot Marc. 49 nouailhat alain. 138 tipek alois. 20 szücs andras.www. 14. 144 nordengen Paul. 73 Pralet Cédric. 137 Perret robert. 71 rumelhard Christian. 43 serradj aziz. 143 Paultre Patrick. 33 Quinquis andré. 71 sabonnadière Jean-Claude. 145 Voyiadjis George Z. 85 Vivier Guillaume. 124 souli Mhamed. 37 Villeneuve François.. 78 Wan richard. 88 thomas andré. 62 Paschos Vangelis th. 22 ouisse thierry. 149 155 o o’Brien eugene. 52 roubellat François.. 77 oppenheim Georges. 136 r radjaï Farhang. 18 schiex thomas. 88 Voda alina. 108 Poggi Jean-Michel. 46 siarry Patrick. 132 reyne Maurice.iste. 70 roy nicolas. 42 Wolisz adam. 29 nikulin Mikhaïl. 138 thioune Mamadou. 60 Ventre daniel. 77.co. 102 sampaio rubens. 138 roux olivier H. 67 Viggiani Gioacchino. G. 80 Papy Fabrice. 29. 64 récho naman. 51 shao Jian-Fu. 49 o’Connor alan. 67 szylar Christian. 72 schrefler Bernard. 35. 47 Pineau andré. 124 Pogorel Gérard. 135 Yarovaya elena. 146 Vauquier dominique.27 Vivier emmanuelle. 26. 49 o'sullivan Barry. 39 reed allen H. 118 tanguy Jean-Michel. 86 Pajusco Patrice. 111 ripka Pavel. 20 sanchez Javier. 45 toutain laurent. 86 Vassiliou P-C.. 61 robert sylvain. 48 Vignes alain. 109 torrenti Jean-Michel.15 tardu sedat. 20 Potel Catherine. 141 Zaninetti Jean-Marc. 114 Prade Henri. 75 song Ye-Qiong. 61 Verfaillie Gérard. 115 schiestel roland. 136 scelo thomas. 59. 83 trompette Philippe. 45. 88 u–V Uguen Bernard. 86 Panetto Hervé. 72 Prévé Christophe. 77 Wu Bing. 124 oprisan Gheorghe. 42 Author Index q Querlioz damien. 32 Özel tugrul. 150 . 66. 71 roche stéphane. 72 Vidal Martine. 96 saguet Pierre. 109 rivard François. 141 ouazar driss. 9 souza de Cursi eduardo. 74.. 8 Pellegrin Claude. 74 ollero anibal. 13 tchoffo talom Friedman. 45 rigneault Hervé. 95. 18 Piette Bernard. 57 sanlaville eric. 32 Volpe ernesto. 135 Vinh Jean tuong. 35.. 22 reber Bernard. 24. 17 soustelle Michel. 70 w–z Waldner Jean-Baptiste. 100 Pijaudier-Cabot Gilles. 121 sigaud olivier. 73 Pitrat Jacques. 86 thierry Caroline. 97 Pujolle Guy. 111 solnon Christine. 34 nova roberto. 104 Peube Jean-laurent. 11 ruault Jean-rené.

91 B Bayesian approach to inverse Problems. 129 ant Colony optimization and Constraint Programming. 70 Combinatorial optimization. 101 Co-design approaches for dependable networked Control systems. 132 Branching random Walks in non-homogenous environments. 123 Computed tomography for Geomaterials (advances in). 16 Compression of Biomedical images and signals. 13 Cooperating embedded systems and Wireless sensor networks. 29 Channel Coding in Communication networks. 93 Control of Continuous linear systems. 84 automotive electricity. 77 Concepts of Combinatorial optimization. 126 Chemical and Biological Microsensors. 41 Concrete and seismic engineering (dynamic Behavior of). 147 Continuous–time asset Pricing Models in applied stochastic Finance.page 156 Title Index A acoustics (Fundamentals of). 75 Constraint Programming (trends in). 46 Constraint networks. 74 Continuous semi-Markov Processes. 70 Compressible aerodynamics (Handbook of). 142 Combinatorial optimization and theoretical Computer science. 142 Combined analysis. 128 Bipedal robots. 107 arbitrary lagrangian–eulerian Fluid-structure interaction. 122 Bioprocess Control. 115 analysis and Control of linear systems. 74 artificial Beings. 75 application integration. 66 autonomic networks. 82 Communicating embedded systems / software and design. 129 Convective Heat transfer. 43 Constitutive Modeling of soils and rocks. 149 c Carbon-based solids and Materials. 77 . 60 applications of Combinatorial optimization. 143 applied Metrology for Manufacturing engineering. 51 Ceisie’2009. 17 artificial ants. 146 Control Methods for electrical Machines. 135 Ceramics Materials. 26 Communicating embedded systems / network applications. 25 Cartography and the impact of the Quantitative revolution. 141 Business intelligence.

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