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New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Practical communication theory
By Dave Adamy.
TK5105.A221p, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:

Practical Communication Theory enables the reader to quickly and easily generate the answers to real-world problems encountered in specifying, testing, and fielding any type of systems that involve radio propagation. It deals with free space radio propagation and propagation near the ground and over ridge lines. As a bonus, it includes a special antenna and propagation slide rule, with unique scales, along with detailed explanations (and examples) of how to use it. [As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Modeling and analysis of communicating systems
By Jan Friso Groote and Mohammad Reza Mousavi.
TK5102.83.G876, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:

Complex communicating computer systems — computers connected by data networks and in constant communication with their environments — do not always behave as expected. This book introduces behavioral modeling, a rigorous approach to behavioral specification and verification of concurrent and distributed systems. It is among the very few techniques capable of modeling systems interaction at a level of abstraction sufficient for the interaction to be understood and analyzed. The book covers the foundation of behavioral modeling using process algebra, transition systems, abstract data types, and modal logics. Exercises and examples augment the theoretical discussion. The book introduces a modeling language, mCRL2, that enables concise descriptions of even the most intricate distributed algorithms and protocols. Using behavioral axioms and such proof methods as confluence, cones, and foci, readers will learn how to prove such algorithms equal to their specifications [As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Evolution of cognitive networks and self-adaptive communication systems
By Lagkas, Thomas.
TK5103.4815.E93, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:
The book overviews innovative technologies combined for the formation of self-aware, self-adaptive, and self-organizing networks. By aiming to inform the research community and the related industry of solutions for cognitive networks, this book is essential for researchers, instructors, and professionals interested in clarifying the latest trends resulting in a unified realization for cognitive networking and communication systems. [As taken from Syndetics]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Contemporary communication systems
By Mesiya, Mohammed Farooque.
TK5101.M578, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:
Contemporary Communication Systems provides a comprehensive introduction to analog and digital communication systems. In addition to a logical and easy-to-understand presentation of fundamental principles, the book engages students in the issues relevant to system and product implementation by integrating a discussion of theoretical concepts with extensive hands-on visual and simulation resources that reinforce learning. A unique feature of the book is sufficient coverage of important topics in digital communications including compression, multiplexing and synchronization techniques. The book also explores the impact of semiconductor revolution (Moore’s law) and software technologies in the realization of modern digital communication systems. [As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Innovations in embedded and real-time systems engineering for communication
By Virtanen, Seppo.
TK7895.E42I58, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:
Innovations in Embedded and Real-Time Systems Engineering for Communication has collected the latest research within the field of real-time systems engineering, and will serve as a vital reference compendium for practitioners and academics. From a wide variety of fields and countries, the authors of this collection are the respective experts in their areas of concentration, giving the latest case studies, methodologies, frameworks, architectures, best practices, and research as it relates to real-time systems engineering for communication. [As taken from Amazon]