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Genetic Programming
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second European Workshop on Genetic Programming, EuroPG '99, held in Gteborg, Sweden in May 1999. The 12 revised full papers and 11 posters presented have been carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the book. All the relevant aspects of genetic programming are addressed ranging from traditional and foundational issues to applications in a variety of fields.
Category: Computers. ISBN: 9783540658993

Genetic Programming
The book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 17th European Conference on Genetic Programming, Euro GP 2014, held in Grenada, Spain, in April 2014 co-located with the Evo*2014 events, Evo BIO, Evo COP, Evo MUSART and Evo Applications. The 15 revised full papers presented together with 5 poster papers were carefully reviewed and selected form 40 submissions. The wide range of topics in this volume reflects the current state of research in the field. Thus, we see topics as diverse as search-based software engineering, image analysis, dynamical systems, evolutionary robotics and operational research to the foundations of search as characterized through semantic variation operators.
Category: Computers. ISBN: 9783662443026

Generic Programming
Generic programming is about making programs more adaptable by making them more general. Generic programs often embody non-traditional kinds of polymorphism; ordinary programs are obtained from them by suitably instantiating their parameters. In contrast with normal programs, the parameters of a generic program are often quite rich in structure; for example, they may be other programs, types or type constructors, class hierarchies, or even programming paradigms. Generic programming techniques have always been of interest, both to practitioners and to theoreticians, but only recently have generic programming techniques become a specific focus of research in the functional and object-oriented programming language communities. Generic Programming comprises the edited proceedings of the Working Conference on Generic Programming, which was sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and held in Dagstuhl, Germany in July 2002. With contributions from leading researchers around the world, this volume captures the state of the art in this important emerging area.
Category: Computers. ISBN: 9781402073748

Genetic Programming
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 18th European Conference on Genetic Programming, EuroGP 2015, held in Copenhagen, Spain, in April 2015 co-located with the Evo 2015 events, EvoCOP, Evo MUSART and Evo Applications. The 12 revised full papers presented together with 6 poster papers were carefully reviewed and selected form 36 submissions. The wide range of topics in this volume reflects the current state of research in the field. Thus, we see topics as diverse as semantic methods, recursive programs, grammatical methods, coevolution, Cartesian GP, feature selection, initialisation procedures, ensemble methods and search objectives; and applications including text processing, cryptography, numerical modelling, software parallelisation, creation and optimisation of circuits, multi-class classification, scheduling and artificial intelligence.
Category: Computers. ISBN: 9783319165004

Coordination Programming
Coordination, considered abstractly, is an ubiquitous notion in computer science: for example, programming languages coordinate elementary instructions; operating systems coordinate accesses to hardware resources; database transaction schedulers coordinate accesses to shared data; etc. All these situations have some common features, which can be identified at the abstract level as “coordination mechanisms”. This book focuses on a class of coordination models where multiple pieces of software coordinate their activities through some shared dataspace. The book has three parts. Part 1 presents the main coordination models studied in this book (Gamma, LO, TAO, LambdaN). Part 2 focuses on various semantics aspects of coordination, applied mainly to Gamma. Part 3 presents actual implementations of coordination models and an application.
Category: Computers. ISBN: 9781860940231

Programming Kotlin
Familiarize yourself with all of Kotlin’s features with this in-depth guide About This Book: Get a thorough introduction to Kotlin; Learn to use Java code alongside Kotlin without any hiccups; Get a complete overview of null safety, Generics, and many more interesting features Who This Book Is For. The book is for existing Java developers who want to learn more about an alternative JVM language. If you want to see what Kotlin has to offer, this book is ideal for you. What You Will Learn: Use new features to write structured and readable object-oriented code; Find out how to use lambdas and higher order functions to write clean, reusable, and simple code; Write unit tests and integrate Kotlin tests with Java code in a transitioning code base; Write real-world production code in Kotlin in the style of microservices; Leverage Kotlin’s extensions to the Java collections library; Use destructuring expressions and find out how to write your own; Write code that avoids null pointer errors and see how Java-nullable code can integrate with features in a Kotlin codebase; Discover how to write functions in Kotlin, see the new features available, and extend existing libraries; Learn to write an algebraic data types and figure out when they should be used In Detail. Kotlin has been making waves ever since it was open sourced by JetBrains in 2011; it has been praised by developers across the world and is already being adopted by companies. This book provides a detailed introduction to Kotlin that shows you all its features and will enable you to write Kotlin code to production. We start with the basics: get you familiar with running Kotlin code, setting up, tools, and instructions that you can use to write basic programs. Next, we cover object oriented code: functions, lambdas, and properties - all while using Kotlin’s new features. Then, we move on to null safety aspects and type parameterization. We show you how to destructure expressions and even write your own. We also take you through important topics like testing, concurrency, microservices, and a whole lot more. By the end of this book you will be able to compose different services and build your own applications. Style and approach. An easy to follow guide that covers the full set of features in Kotlin programming.
Category: Computers. ISBN: 9781787126367

Dynamic Programming
Introduction to sequential decision processes covers use of dynamic programming in studying models of resource allocation, methods for approximating solutions of control problems in continuous time, production control, more. 1982 edition.
Category: Technology. ISBN: 9780486428109

Dynamic Programming
Introduction to mathematical theory of multistage decision processes takes a "functional equation" approach. Topics include existence and uniqueness theorems, optimal inventory equation, bottleneck problems, multistage games, Markovian decision processes, and more. 1957 edition.
Category: Technology. ISBN: 9780486428093

PThreads Programming
Computers are just as busy as the rest of us nowadays. They have lots of tasks to do at once, and need some cleverness to get them all done at the same time.That's why threads are seen more and more often as a new model for programming. Threads have been available for some time. The Mach operating system, the Distributed Computer Environment (DCE), and Windows NT all feature threads.One advantage of most UNIX implementations, as well as DCE, is that they conform to a recently ratified POSIX standard (originally 1003.4a, now 1003.1c), which allows your programs to be portable between them. POSIX threads are commonly known as pthreads, after the word that starts all the names of the function calls. The standard is supported by Solaris, OSF/1, AIX, and several other UNIX-based operating systems.The idea behind threads programming is to have multiple tasks running concurrently within the same program. They can share a single CPU as processes do, or take advantage of multiple CPUs when available. In either case, they provide a clean way to divide the tasks of a program while sharing data.A window interface can read input on dozens of different buttons, each responsible for a separate task. A network server has to accept simultaneous calls from many clients, providing each with reasonable response time. A multiprocessor runs a number-crunching program on several CPUs at once, combining the results when all are done. All these kinds of applications can benefit from threads.In this book you will learn not only what the pthread calls are, but when it is a good idea to use threads and how to make them efficient (which is the whole reason for using threads in the first place). The authors delves into performance issues, comparing threads to processes, contrasting kernel threads to user threads, and showing how to measure speed. He also describes in a simple, clear manner what all the advanced features are for, and how threads interact with the rest of the UNIX system.Topics include: Basic design techniques Mutexes, conditions, and specialized synchronization techniques Scheduling, priorities, and other real-time issues Cancellation UNIX libraries and re-entrant routines Signals Debugging tips Measuring performance Special considerations for the Distributed Computing Environment (DCE)
Category: Computers. ISBN: 9781565921153

Dynamic Programming
This work discusses the value of dynamic programming as a method of optimization for the sequential phenomena encountered in economic studies or in advanced technological programs such as those associated with space flights. The dynamic programs which are considered are defined for a deterministic universe, or one with probabilities; both categories are of equal importance in the practice of operations research or of scientific management.
Category: Computers. ISBN: 9780124023505
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