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Author  Title  Accn#  Year  Item Type  Claims 
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Florent Krzakala [and five others] 
Statistical physics, optimization, inference and messagepassing algorithms 
OB1128 

eBook 

2 
Renato Portugal 
Quantum walks and search algorithms 
I02166 
2013 
eBook 

3 
Dmitri Kuzmin (ed.) 
Fluxcorrected transport 
I01863 
2012 
eBook 

4 
Thierry Fournel (ed.) 
Information optics and photonics 
I01460 
2010 
eBook 

5 
Eugene V. Koonin 
Power laws, scalefree networks and genome biology 
I00422 
2006 
eBook 

6 
D. Kuzmin (ed.) 
Fluxcorrected transport 
I00315 
2005 
eBook 

7 
Thomas Jansen 
Analyzing evolutionary algorithms: The Computer Science Perspective 
024750 
2013 
Book 

8 
Kai Borre 
Algorithms for global positioning 
024726 
2012 
Book 

9 
Richard Neapolitan 
Foundations of algorithms 
023431 
2011 
Book 

10 
Alexander K Hartmann 
CDROM for the book: Practical guide to computer simulations 
C23019 
2009 
CD/DVD 


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Title  Quantum walks and search algorithms 
Author(s)  Renato Portugal 
Publication  New York, Springer, 2013. 
Description  1 online resource 
Abstract Note  This book addresses an interesting area of quantum computation called quantum walks, which play an important role in building quantum algorithms, in particular search algorithms. Quantum walks are the quantum analogue of classical random walks.It is known that quantum computers have great power for searching unsorted databases. This power extends to many kinds of searches, particularly to the problem of finding a specific location in a spatial layout, which can be modeled by a graph. The goal is to find a specific node knowing that the particle uses the edges to jump from one node to the next.This book is selfcontained with main topics that include:Grover's algorithm, describing its geometrical interpretation and evolution by means of the spectral decomposition of the evolution operaterAnalytical solutions of quantum walks on important graphs like line, cycles, twodimensional lattices, and hypercubes using Fourier transformsQuantum walks on generic graphs, describing methods to calculate the limiting distribution and mixing timeSpatial search algorithms, with emphasis on the abstract search algorithm (the twodimensional lattice is used as an example)Szedgedy's quantumwalk model and a natural definition of quantum hitting time (the complete graph is used as an example)The reader will benefit from the pedagogical aspects of the book, learning faster and with more ease than would be possible from the primary research literature. Exercises and references further deepen the reader's understanding, and guidelines for the use of computer programs to simulate the evolution of quantum walks are also provided 
Notes  Includes bibliographical references and index 
Keyword(s)  1. ALGORITHMS
2. EBOOK
3. EBOOK  SPRINGER
4. QUANTUM THEORY

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Title  Power laws, scalefree networks and genome biology 
Author(s)  Eugene V. Koonin;Yuri I. Wolf;Georgy P. Karev 
Publication  Georgetown, 1. Landes Bioscience/Eurekah.com
2. Springer Science+Business Media, 2006. 
Description  1 online resource (257 p.) : ill 
Abstract Note  Deals with crucial aspects of the theoretical foundations of systems biology, namely power law distributions and scalefree networks. This book not only describes the interesting mathematical properties of biological networks, but moves beyond phenomenology, towards models of evolution capable of explaining the emergence of these features 
Contents Note  Power laws in biological networks / Eivind Almaas and AlbertLï¿½aszlï¿½o Barabï¿½asi  Graphical analysis of biocomplex networks and transport phenomena / KwangIl Goh, Byungnam Kahng and Doochul Kim  Largescale topological properties of molecular networks / Sergei Maslov and Kim Sneppen  The connectivity of large genetic networks: design, history, or mere chemistry? / Andreas Wagner  The drosophila protein interaction network may be neither powerlaw nor scalefree / J.S. Bader  Birth and death models of genome evolution / Georgy P. Karev, Yuri I. Wolf and Eugene V. Koonin  Scalefree evolution: from proteins to organisms / Nikolay V. Dokholyan and Eugene I. Shakhnovich  Gene regulatory networks / T. Gregory Dewey and David J. Galas  Power law correlations in DNA sequences / Sergey V. Buldyrev  Analytical evolutionary model for protein fold occurrence in genomes, accounting for the effects of gene duplication, deletion, acquisition and selective pressure / Michael Kamal ... [et al.]  The protein universes: some informatic issues in protein classification / S. Rackovsky  The role of computation in complex regulatory networks / Pau Fernï¿½andez and Ricard V. Solï¿½e  Neutrality and selection in the evolution of gene families / Itai Yanai  Scaling laws in the functional content of genomes: fundamental constants of evolution? / Erik van Nimwegen 
Notes  Includes bibliographical references and index 
Keyword(s)  1. ALGORITHMS
2. Biological models
3. Computational biology
4. EBOOK
5. EBOOK  SPRINGER
6. Genomics
7. Models, Biological
8. SCIENCE

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Title  Algorithms for global positioning 
Author(s)  Kai Borre;Gilbert Strang 
Publication  Wellesley, WellesleyCambridge Press, 2012. 
Description  xl, 433p. 
Abstract Note  The emergence of satellite technology has changed the lives of millions of people. In particular, GPS has brought an unprecedented level of accuracy to the field of geodesy. This text is a guide to the algorithms and mathematical principles that account for the success of GPS technology and replaces the authors' previous work, Linear Algebra, Geodesy, and GPS (1997). An initial discussion of the basic concepts, characteristics and technical aspects of different satellite systems is followed by the necessary mathematical content which is presented in a detailed and selfcontained fashion. At the heart of the matter are the positioning algorithms on which GPS technology relies, the discussion of which will affirm the mathematical contents of the previous chapters. Numerous readytouse MATLAB codes are included for the reader. This comprehensive guide will be invaluable for engineers and academic researchers who wish to master the theory and practical application of GPS technology. 
ISBN,Price  9780980232738 : UKP 60.00(HB) 
Classification  528.26:629.783

Keyword(s)  1. ALGORITHMS
2. GEODESY
3. GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM
4. GPS
5. POSITIONAL ALGORITHMS
6. RANDOM PROCESSES
7. SATELLITE SIGNALS

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