Archivos para septiembre, 2011
This edition has been revised to make it more accessible to today’s students, including the addition of more materialon writting proofs, more figures and pictures to convey ideas, sidebars to highlight related material, and a less formal writting style. It includes many new exercises in each chapter to help readers confirm and enhance their understanding of the material.
Hemos escrito esta obra como de texto para un curso de introducción a los Sistemas Operativos para estudiantes universitarios de primer y segundo ciclo. Esperamos asimismo que los profesionales también lo encuentren úti, ya que proporciona una clara descripción de los conceptos que subyacen a los sistemas operativos. Como prerrequisitos, suponemos que el lector está familiarizado con las estructuras de datos básicas, la organización de una computadora y algún lenguaje de alto nivel, como por ejemplo C.
The implementation of Fuzzy DBMS (DataBase Management System) will be determined by the development of applications that take advantage of the capabilities of these ones to operate with flexible information when solving real-life problems. In this sense, different areas of application have appeared, and in this book, some examples are collected, such as data mining, information retrieval, content-based image retrieval, and classical applications in the management field, improved with the possibility of manipulating flexible information.
The purpose of this book is to illustrate the current needs and to emphasize the future needs for the interaction between various Intelligent Technologies. The team writing this book did this ﬁrstly by encouraging the ways that Intelligent Technologies may be applied in those areas where they are already traditional, as well as pointing towards new and innovative areas of application involving emergent technologies such as DNA Computing, Artiﬁcial Immune Systems and Evolvable Hardware.
The book consists of 18 chapters. The chapters seek to provide a critical survey of the fundamental themes, problems, arguments, theories, and methodologies in the field of software process improvement in small and medium enterprises. Each chapter has been planned as a self-standing introduction to its subject.