Information Search, Integration, and Personlization

Engineering Technology

Daniel E. Kandray, “Programmable Automation: An Introduction to CNC, Robotics and PLCs”
Information Search, Integration, and Personlization: 11th International Workshop, ISIP 2016, Lyon, France, November 1–4, 2016, Revised Selected Papers By Dimitris Kotzinos, Dominique Laurent, Jean-Marc Petit, Nicolas Spyratos, Yuzuru Tanaka
Shall We Play the Festschrift Game? Essays on the Occasion of Lauri Carlson’s 60th Birthday by Diana Santos, Krister Lindén, Wanjiku Ng’ang’a
Bluetooth Low Energy in Android Java: Your Guide to Programming the Internet of Things by Tony Gaitatzis
Tony Gaitatzis, Andrew Ward, “Bluetooth Low Energy: A Technical Primer: Your Guide to the Magic Behind the Internet of Things”

Daniel E. Kandray, “Programmable Automation: An Introduction to CNC, Robotics and PLCs”

English | ISBN: 0831133465 | 2009 | 500 pages | PDF | 42 MB

Divided into four parts, “Programmable Automation” focuses on programmable automation technologies used in industry. Comprehensive yet concise, this unique textbook provides a solid foundation of analytical techniques to justify automation and the knowledge and instruction of how to program computer numerical controlled (CNC) equipment, industrial robots and programmable logic controllers (PLC). Through a very practical approach, readers will learn specific programming languages related to each technology including G code and ladder logic. And it is sure to be found useful by electrical, industrial, mechanical and/or manufacturing engineering technology undergraduate students, in addition to anyone in industry interested in learning about programmable automation and developing the corresponding programming skills. Each chapter begins with an overview of chapter material with emphasis on desired outcomes and concludes with a summary, questions, and problems where appropriate. The book presents explicit skills and methodologies to aid in the programming process; features a good use of examples with numerous illustrations; and, uses computer simulation and actual lab equipment extensively in learning activities.

Information Search, Integration, and Personlization: 11th International Workshop, ISIP 2016, Lyon, France, November 1–4, 2016, Revised Selected Papers By Dimitris Kotzinos, Dominique Laurent, Jean-Marc Petit, Nicolas Spyratos, Yuzuru Tanaka

English | PDF | 2017 | 151 Pages | ISBN : 3319682814 | 15.01 MB

This book constitutes the revised selected papers of the 11th International Workshop on Information Search, Integration and Personalization, ISIP 2016, held in Lyon, France, in November 2016.
The 8 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 13 papers submitted to these post-conference proceedings from 30 conference presentations. The papers are organized in topical sections on exploratory analysis, mobility data analysis, and management of large data graphs.

Shall We Play the Festschrift Game? Essays on the Occasion of Lauri Carlson’s 60th Birthday by Diana Santos, Krister Lindén, Wanjiku Ng’ang’a

English | August 14th, 2012 | ASIN: B00A9YGYTS, ISBN: 3642307728, 3642432514 | 241 pages | EPUB | 3.09 MB

There are not many people who can be said to have influenced and impressed researchers in so many disparate areas and language-geographic fields as Lauri Carlson, as is evidenced in the present Festschrift. His insight and acute linguistic sensitivity and linguistic rationality have spawned findings and research work in many areas, from non-standard etymology to hardcore formal linguistics, not forgetting computational areas such as parsing, terminological databases, and, last but not least, machine translation.
In addition to his renowned and widely acknowledged insights in tense and aspect and its relationship with nominal quantification, and his ground-breaking work in dialog using game-theoretic machinery, Lauri has in the last fifteen years as Professor of Language Theory and Translation Technology contributed immensely to areas such as translation, terminology and general applications of computational linguistics. The three editors of the present volume have successfully performed doctoral studies under Lauri’s supervision, and wish with this volume to pay tribute to his supervision and to his influence in matters associated with research and scientific, linguistic and philosophical inquiry, as well as to his humanity and friendship.

Bluetooth Low Energy in Android Java: Your Guide to Programming the Internet of Things by Tony Gaitatzis

English | 6 Oct. 2017 | ASIN: B0768HSL4R | 572 Pages | AZW3 | 5.16 MB

This book is a practical guide to programming Bluetooth Low Energy for Android phones and Tablets
In this book, you will learn the basics of how to program an Android device to communicate with any Central or Peripheral device over Bluetooth Low Energy. Each chapter of the book builds on the previous one, culminating in three projects:
– A Beacon and Scanner
– An Echo Server and Client
– A Remote Controlled Device
Through the course of the book you will learn important concepts that relate to:
– How Bluetooth Low Energy works
– How data is sent and received
– Common paradigms for handling data
Skill Level
This book is excellent for anyone who has basic or advanced knowledge of Java programming on Android.

Tony Gaitatzis, Andrew Ward, “Bluetooth Low Energy: A Technical Primer: Your Guide to the Magic Behind the Internet of Things”

2017 | ISBN-10: 1775128083 | 336 pages | PDF | 3 MB

In this book, you will learn the mechanics behind the Bluetooth Low Energy protocol, a wireless technology that lets computers, smartphones, and smart devices communicate within a space about the size of a room. Through the course of the book you will learn important concepts that relate to: – How Bluetooth Low Energy works, – How data is sent and received – Common paradigms for handling data Additionally, you will learn how three common product paradigms work: – An iBeacon – An Echo Server – A Remote Controlled Device Skill Level This book is an excellent read for anyone who wants to know the terminology, technology, and concepts behind Bluetooth Low Energy devices but doesn’t need to program them.