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Electrical and Computer Engineering - Concordia University Libraries Recent Acquisitions

Titles in the call number range TK1-9971 (Electrical and Computer Engineering) that were added to the Concordia University Libraries collection in the last 60 days.


  • Sensor systems and software : 7th International Conference, S-Cube 2016, Sophia Antipolis, Nice, France, December 1-2, 2016, Revised selected papers / Michele Magno, Fabien Ferrero, Vedran Bilas (eds.)
    TK7872.D48

  • Essential angular for ASP.NET Core MVC / Adam Freeman
    TK5105.875.I6

  • Radio frequency identification and IoT security : 12th International Workshop, RFIDSec 2016, Hong Kong, China, November 30-December 2, 2016, Revised selected papers / Gerhard P. Hancke, Konstantinos Markantonakis (eds.)
    TK6570.I34

  • Building an effective IoT ecosystem for your business Sudhi R. Sinha, Youngchoon Park
    TK5105.8857

  • Gesture recognition Sergio Escalera, Isabelle Guyon, Vassilis Athitsos, editors
    TK7882.P3

  • Introduction to intelligent surveillance : surveillance data capture, transmission, and analytics / Wei Qi Yan
    TK7882.E2

  • Investment strategy in heating and CHP : mathematical models / Ryszard Bartnik, Zbigniew Buryn, Anna Hnydiuk-Stefan
    TK1041

  • Internet of Things and smart environments : assistive technologies for disability, dementia, and aging / Seyed Shahrestani
    TK5105.8857

  • Applications and usability of interactive TV : 5th Iberoamerican Conference, jAUTI 2016, La Habana, Cuba, November 21-25, 2016, Revised selected papers / María José Abásolo, Pedro Almeida, Joaquín Pina Amargós (eds.)
    TK6679.3

  • Communication in critical embedded systems : first Workshop, WoCCES 2013, Brasília, Brazil, May, 10, 2013, second Workshop, WoCCES 2014, Florianópolis, Brazil, May 9, 2014, third Workshop, WoCCES 2015, Vitória, Brazil, May 22, 2015, 4th Workshop, WoCCES 2016, Salvador, Brazil, June 3, 2016, Revised selected papers / Kalinka Branco, Alex Pinto, Daniel Pigatto (eds.)
    TK7895.E42

  • Vortices and nanostructured superconductors / Adrian Crisan, editor
    TK7872.S8

  • Collaborate computing : networking, applications and worksharing : 12th International Conference, CollaborateCom 2016, Beijing, China, November 10-11, 2016, Proceedings / Shangguang Wang, Ao Zhou (eds.)
    TK5105.5

  • Theory and models for cyber situation awareness / Peng Liu, Sushil Jajodia, Cliff Wang (eds.)
    TK5105.59

  • Full-duplex wireless communications systems : self-interference cancellation / Tho Le-Ngoc, Ahmed Masmoudi
    TK5103.2

  • Computing and network sustainability proceedings of IRSCNS 2016 / H.R . Vishwakarma, Shyam Akashe, editors
    TK5105.5

  • Building web applications with Visual Studio 2017 : using .NET Core and modern JavaScript frameworks / Philip Japikse, Kevin Grossnicklaus, Ben Dewey
    TK5105.875.I57

  • Molecular architectonics : the third state of single molecule electronics / Takuji Ogawa, editor
    TK7874.8

  • Cognitive technologies / Alberto Paradisi, Alan Godoy Souza Mello, Fabrício Lira Figueiredo, Rafael Carvalho Figueiredo, editors
    TK5103.4815

  • Anti-reflection and light trapping in c-Si solar cells Chetan Singh Solanki, Hemant Kumar Singh
    TK2960

  • Biologically-Inspired Radar and Sonar : Lessons from nature / Alessio Balleri, Hugh Griffiths, Chris Baker
    TK 6592 A9 B56 2017eb

    Nature presents examples of active sensing which are unique, sophisticated and incredibly fascinating. There are animals that sense the environment actively, for example through echolocation, which have evolved their capabilities over millions of years and that, as a result of evolution, have developed unique in-built sensing mechanisms that are often the envy of synthetic systems.

    This book presents some of the recent work that has been carried out to investigate how sophisticated sensing techniques used in nature can be applied to radar and sonar systems to improve their performance. Topics covered include biosonar inspired signal processing and acoustic imaging from echolocating bats; enhanced range resolution: comparison with the matched filter; air-coupled sonar systems inspired by bat echolocation; analysis of acoustic echoes from bat-pollinated plants; the biosonar arms race between bats and insects; biologically inspired coordination of guidance and adaptive radiated waveform for interception and rendezvous problems; cognitive sensor/ processor system framework for target tracking; the biosonar of the Mediterranean bottlenose dolphins; human echolocation; and polarization tensors and object recognition in weakly electric fish.

    Biologically-Inspired Radar and Sonar is essential reading for radar and sonar practitioners in academia and research, governmental and industrial organisations, engineers working in signal processing and sensing, and those with an underlying interest in the interaction between natural sciences and engineering.


  • Network as a service for next generation internet/ edited by Qiang Duan and Shangguang Wang
    TK 5105.875 I57 N48 2017eb

    With the rapid progress in networking and computing technologies, a wide variety of network-based computing applications have been developed and deployed on the internet. Flexible and effective service provisioning for supporting the diverse applications is a key requirement for the next generation internet. However, the current internet lacks sufficient capability for meeting this requirement, mainly due to the ossification caused by tight coupling between network architecture and infrastructure. Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), which has been widely adopted in cloud computing via the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) paradigms, may be applied in networking to decouple network architecture and infrastructure; thus offering a promising approach to addressing some fundamental challenges to the next generation Internet. In general, such a service-oriented networking paradigm is referred to as Network-as-a-Service (NaaS). This book presents the state of the art of the NaaS paradigm, including its concepts, architecture, key technologies, applications, and development directions for future network service provisioning. It provides readers with a comprehensive reference that reflects the most current technical developments related to NaaS.


  • Cloud and fog computing in 5G mobile networks : emerging advances and applications / edited by Evangelos Markakis, George Mastorakis, Constandinos X. Mavromoustakis and Evangelos Pallis
    TK 5103.2 C56 2017eb

    Cloud computing is a key trend in computing and networking. Now diffused among end-users devices in mobile and wireline networks, the cloud is becoming the "fog". This book presents frameworks and schemes that use devices from end-users or near-users to carry out storage, communication, computation and control in the network. These novel approaches support the Internet of Things, the efficient provision of heterogeneous 5G mobile services, as well as emerging applications over future wireless network architectures. Elaborating on the emerging mobile networking paradigms for the 2020 5G timeframe, this book presents new connectivity services that are highly scalable and programmable in terms of speed, capacity, security, reliability, availability, latency and impact on battery life. Finally, the book discusses recent and new developments, prompting future directions on the theories, practices, standards and strategies related to 5G mobile systems.

    Topics covered include: network storage, Internet of Things (IoT); heterogeneous 5G mobile services; 5G green mobile networks; cloudlet-based architectures in mobile cloud computing environments; software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV); FOG-enabled navigation system; FIWARE and IoT technologies; real time video distribution; hybrid resource sharing; energy efficiency in cognitive radio networks; edge computing in future 5G mobile networks; and virtual network functions over cloud infrastructures.


  • 5G Wireless Technologies / edited by Angeliki Alexiou
    TK 5103.2 A15 2017eb

    Mobile data traffic is expected to exceed traffic from wired devices in the next couple of years. This emerging future will be empowered by revolutionary 5G radio network technologies with a focus on application-driven connectivity, transparently deployed over various technologies, infrastructures, users and devices to realise the vision of 'the Internet of Everything'. This book presents a roadmap of 5G, from advanced radio technologies to innovative resource management approaches and novel network architectures and system concepts.

    Topics covered include challenges for efficient multi-service coexistence for 5G below 6GHz; new quasi-deterministic approaches to channel modelling in millimetre-wave bands; large scale antenna systems; effects of densification and randomness of infrastructure deployment in cellular networks; wireless device-to-device (D2D) Links for machine-to-machine (M2M) communication; caching in large wireless networks; full duplexing; decoupled uplink and downlink access in heterogeneous networks; wireless networks virtualisation; and regulation, business and technology perspectives on licensed shared access (LSA) and three-tier spectrum sharing models.

    5G Wireless Technologies is an essential guide to this emerging system for researchers, engineers and advanced students working in telecommunications and networking.


  • Wave and tidal generation devices : reliability and availability / Peter Tavner
    TK 1081 T38 2017eb

    There are many wave and tidal devices under development but as yet very few are actually in revenue earning production. However the engineering problems are gradually being solved and there is an appetite to invest in these renewable generation technologies for harsher environments. To some extent the wave and tidal generation industry is following in the wake of the wind industry, particularly learning from the growing experience of offshore wind farm deployment. This book combines wind industry lessons with wave and tidal field knowledge to explore the main reliability and availability issues facing this growing industry.

    Topics covered include an overview of wave and tidal development; resource; reliability theory relevant to wave and tidal devices; reliability prediction method for wave and tidal devices; practical wave and tidal device reliability; effects of MEC device taxonomy on reliability; availability and its effect on the cost of marine energy; wave and tidal device layout and grid connection; design and testing for wave and tidal devices; operational experience and lessons learnt; monitoring and its effect on operations and maintenance; and overall conclusions.

    Wave and Tidal Generation Devices: Reliability and availability is essential reading for wave and tidal engineers and researchers and students of renewable energy.


  • Modeling and dynamic behaviour of hydropower plants / edited by Nand Kishor and Jesus Fraile-Ardanuy.
    TK 1081 M634 2017eb

    Hydropower is a mature and cost-competitive renewable energy source, contributing the bulk of global renewable electricity. Over the past decades, computer technology has led to significant possible improvements in monitoring, diagnostics, protection and control through retrofitting of large plants, and there is potential for additional large plants as well as for smaller installations.

    This book presents a systematic approach to mathematical modeling of different configurations of hydropower plants over four sections - modeling and simulation approaches; control of hydropower plants; operation and scheduling of hydropower plants, including pumped storage; and special features of small hydropower plants. The chapters address the fundamentals and the latest concepts, providing the most appropriate solutions for cost-effective and reliable operation, and include several real-world case studies of hydropower plants in operation.

    Modeling and Dynamic Behaviour of Hydropower Plants is essential reading for researchers involved with hydropower, as well as for advanced students in power engineering.


  • Synchronized phasor measurements for smart grids / edited by D.K. Mohanta and M. Jaya Bharata Reddy
    TK 3105 S963 2017eb

    The use of advanced technologies has made it possible to transform the power grid to an intelligent smart grid with real time control and monitoring of the system. The development of Phasor Measurement Units (PMUs) and the resulting possibility of real time measurements has enabled different power system applications to enhance the stability, state estimation, load estimation, power network protection, Wide-Area Security Assessment and reliability of the power grid.

    Topics covered in this book include synchrophasors for improving the performance of power systems; optimal reliability criterion index (ORC) for optimal placement of phasor measurement Units (PMU); wide area measurement based power network protection; synchrophasor assisted visualization and protection of power systems; PMU measurements for enhanced power grid monitoring and protection; fault monitoring, detection and correction using synchrophasor measurements in modern power systems; transmission line fault detection, classification and localization in smart power grids; PMU-based vulnerability assessment of power systems; synchrophasor applications for load estimation and stability analysis; state estimation in the presence of synchronized measurement; PMU based wide-area security assessment.

    Synchronized Phasor Measurements for Smart Grids is essential reading for professional engineers and researchers, as well as graduate and PhD students, in power systems research.


  • Communication, control and security challenges for the smart grid / edited by S.M. Muyeen and Saifur Rahman
    TK 3105 C666 2017eb

    The Smart Grid is a modern electricity grid allowing for distributed, renewable intermittent generation, partly owned by consumers. This requires advanced control and communication technologies in order to provide high quality power supply and secure generation, transmission and distribution. This book outlines these emerging technologies.

    Topics covered include an introduction to smart grid architecture; smart grid communications and standards; measurement and sensing devices for smart grids; smart transmission and wide area monitoring system; bad data detection in smart grids; optimal energy management in smart grids; communication and control for the smart grid; smart consumer systems; importance of energy storage systems in smart grids; control and optimization for integration of plug-in vehicles in smart grids; multi-agent based control of smart grids; compressive sensing for smart grid security and reliability; optimum placement of FACTS devices in smart grids; security analysis of smart grid; and smart grid security policies and regulations.

    With contributions from prominent researchers in the fields of computer, communication, and power engineering this book is essential reading for researchers in power grids, as well as for advanced students and practitioners.


  • Introduction to the smart grid : concepts, technologies and evolution / Salman K. Salman
    TK 3105 S35 2017eb

    In recent years it has become increasingly apparent that conventional electrical networks cannot meet the requirements of the 21st century. These include reliability, efficiency, liberalisation of electricity markets, as well as effective and seamless integration of various types of renewable energy sources, electric vehicles, and customers as players. The emergence of new technologies such as distributed control, monitoring devices, and tremendous advances in information and communication technology have paved the way to realize the Smart Grid concept.

    This book identifies and discusses the tools required to ensure the interoperability among the various digitally-based components of the Smart Grid. Topics covered include an introduction to the smart grid concept; smart grid versus conventional electric networks; smart grid infrastructure; interoperability standards; communication system and its cyber security; international standard IEC 61850 and its application to smart grids; power system protection under smart grid environment; application of smart grid concept to distribution networks; integration of electric vehicles; energy storage systems; and the smart transmission grid.

    Introduction to the Smart Grid: Concepts, technologies and evolution is essential reading for researchers, engineers and advanced students working in energy engineering.


  • Power quality in future electrical power systems / edited by Ahmed F. Zobaa and Shady H. E. Abdel Aleem
    TK 1005 P693 2017eb

    Power quality is necessary for electrical systems to operate in their intended manner without any deterioration of performance. This book highlights the new emerging challenges of power quality due to the penetration of large-scale renewable energy generation technologies, the advances in nonlinear loads, the increased electricity demands in the deregulated market, and the recent requirements of smart grids that need better hierarchical design with enhanced quality, improved controllability, higher reliability, and security. Novel research that links the past, present and future of electrical power grids from a power quality perspective is also introduced. Topics include power quality definitions; frequency-domain power theory and metering of harmonic pollution responsibility; active and passive harmonic filters; shunt flexible AC transmission; power quality improvement using series FACTS; distributed generation systems; islanding scenario generation algorithm; decentralised voltage control in smart grids; techno-economic issues of power quality; economic robust programming for energy management systems; and future trends in power quality.

    Power Quality in Future Electrical Power Systems is a tool for planners, designers, operators and practicing engineers of electrical power systems who are concerned with power network quality, reliability, and security. It is essential reading for postgraduate students, engineers, academics, and researchers who have some background in electrical power systems.


  • Clean Energy Microgrids / edited by Shin'ya Obara and Jorge Morel
    TK 3105 C543 2017eb

    Microgrids are electric power grids composed of loads and distributed energy resources which provide electricity to villages, university campuses and other entities usually smaller than cities which are capable of operating independently from the larger grid if necessary. Such systems are gaining importance in times of rising shares of renewable power and desire for energy resilience.

    There is a need for an updated work and overview describing the latest technology in microgrids and also adding perspectives of economics, environment and energy policies, including microgrids for cold regions, and future trends. The aim of this work is to give this complete overview of the latest technology around the world, and the interrelation with clean energy systems. Topics covered include key concepts and definitions; microgrid communication and control; storage systems for microgrids; microgrid reliability; clean generation in microgrids; country case studies; economics and policies. The book is essential reading for researchers and practicing engineers, as well as advanced students.


  • Cogeneration : technologies, optimization and implementation / edited by Christos A. Frangopoulos
    TK 1041 C644 2017eb

    Cogeneration, also called combined heat and power (CHP), refers to the use of a power station to deliver two or more useful forms of energy, for example, to generate electricity and heat at the same time. All conventional, fuel-based plants generate heat as by-product, which is often carried away and wasted. Cogeneration captures part of this heat for delivery to consumers and is thus a thermodynamically efficient use of fuel, and contributes to reduction of carbon emissions. This book provides an integrated treatment of cogeneration, including a tour of the available technologies and their features, and how these systems can be analysed and optimised.

    Topics covered include benefits of cogeneration; cogeneration technologies; electrical engineering aspects; applications of cogeneration; fuels for cogeneration systems; thermodynamic analysis; environmental impacts of cogeneration; reliability and availability; economic analysis of cogeneration systems; regulatory and legal frameworks; selection, integration and operation of cogeneration systems; simulation and optimisation; synthesis, design and operation; examples of cogeneration projects; research and development of cogeneration; summary and conclusions.

    This book is intended for instructors and students at advanced undergraduate as well as graduate level, for professional engineers who design, build and operate cogeneration systems, and for researchers on analysis and optimisation of energy systems.


  • Analytical methods for network congestion control / Steven H. Low
    TK 5105.5485 L682 2017eb

    The congestion control mechanism has been responsible for maintaining stability as the Internet scaled up by many orders of magnitude in size, speed, traffic volume, coverage, and complexity over the last three decades. In this book, we develop a coherent theory of congestion control from the ground up to help understand and design these algorithms. We model network traffic as fluids that flow from sources to destinations and model congestion control algorithms as feedback dynamical systems. We show that the model is well defined. We characterize its equilibrium points and prove their stability. We will use several real protocols for illustration but the emphasis will be on various mathematical techniques for algorithm analysis.

    Specifically we are interested in four questions:

    1. How are congestion control algorithms modelled?

    2. Are the models well defined?

    3. How are the equilibrium points of a congestion control model characterized?

    4. How are the stability of these equilibrium points analyzed?

    For each topic, we first present analytical tools, from convex optimization, to control and dynamical systems, Lyapunov and Nyquist stability theorems, and to projection and contraction theorems. We then apply these basic tools to congestion control algorithms and rigorously prove their equilibrium and stability properties. A notable feature of this book is the careful treatment of projected dynamics that introduces discontinuity in our differential equations.

    Even though our development is carried out in the context of congestion control, the set of system theoretic tools employed and the process of understanding a physical system, building mathematical models, and analyzing these models for insights have a much wider applicability than to congestion control.


  • Designing for wearables : effective UX for current and future devices / Scott Sullivan
    TK 7819 S85 2016eb

    Now may be the perfect time to enter the wearables industry. With the range of products that have appeared in recent years, you can determine which ideas resonate with users and which don't before leaping into the market. In this practical guide, author Scott Sullivan examines the current wearables ecosystem and then demonstrates the impact that service design in particular will have on these types of devices going forward.

    You'll learn about the history and influence of activity trackers, smartwatches, wearable cameras, the controversial Google Glass experiment, and other devices that have come out of the recent Wild West period. This book also dives into many other aspects of wearables design, including tools for creating new products and methodologies for measuring their usefulness.

    You'll explore:

    Emerging types of wearable technologies How to design services around wearable devices Key concepts that govern service design Prototyping processes and tools such as Arduino and Processing The importance of storytelling for introducing new wearables How wearables will change our relationship with computers

  • Computing bodies : gender codes and anthropomorphic design at the human-computer interface / Claude Draude
    TK7887.5

  • Introduction to Google Analytics : a guide for absolute beginners / Todd Kelsey with Brabdon Lyon
    TK5105.885.G66

  • Computer networks : 24th International Conference, CN 2017, L̨adek Zdrój, Poland, June 20-23, 2017, Proceedings / Piotr Gaj, Andrzej Kwiecień, Michał Sawicki (eds.)
    TK 5105.5 C5 2017eb

  • Web engineering : 17th International Conference, ICWE 2017, Rome, Italy, June 5-8, 2017, Proceedings / Jordi Cabot, Roberto De Virgilio, Riccardo Torlone (eds.)
    TK5105.888

  • Pattern recognition : 9th Mexican Conference, MCPR 2017, Huatulco, Mexico, June 21-24, 2017, Proceedings / Jesús Ariel Carrasco-Ochoa, José Francisco Martínez-Trinidad, José Arturo Olvera-López (eds.)
    TK7882.P3

  • Computer information systems and industrial management : 16th IFIP TC8 International Conference, CISIM 2017, Bialystok, Poland, June 16-18, 2017, Proceedings / Khalid Saeed, Władysław Homenda, Rituparna Chaki (eds.)
    TK 5105.5 I58 2017eb

  • Facial kinship verification : a machine learning approach / Haibin Yan, Jiwen Lu
    TK7882.B56

  • Design of low power and low area passive sigma delta modulators for audio applications David Fouto, Nuno Paulino
    TK7872.M6

  • Smart cards, tokens, security and applications / Keith Mayes, Konstantinos Markantonakis, editors
    TK7895.S62

  • Photoluminescent materials and electroluminescent devices Nicola Armaroli, Henk J. Bolink, editors ; with contributions from Nicola Armaroli [and more]
    TK7871.89.L53

  • The electronics revolution inventing the future / J. B. Williams
    TK7819

    This book is about how electronics, computing, and telecommunications have profoundly changed our lives - the way we work, live, and play. It covers a myriad of topics from the invention of the fundamental devices, and integrated circuits, through radio and television, to computers, mobile telephones and GPS. Today our lives are ruled by electronics as they control the home and computers dominate the workspace. We walk around with mobile phones and communicate by email. Electronics didn't exist until into the twentieth century. 

    The industrial revolution is the term usually applied to the coming of steam, railways and the factory system. In the twentieth century, it is electronics that has changed the way we gather our information, entertain ourselves, communicate and work. This book demonstrates that this is, in fact, another revolution. 


  • The semantic web : 14th International Conference, ESWC 2017, Portorož, Slovenia, May 28-June 1, 2017, Proceedings. Eva Blomqvist, Diana Maynard, Aldo Gangemi, Rinke Hoekstra, Pascal Hitzler, Olaf Hartig (eds.)
    TK5105.88815

  • Enterprise Drupal 8 development : for advanced projects and large development teams / Todd Tomlinson
    TK5105.8885.D78

  • III-nitride based light emitting diodes and applications / Tae-Yeon Seong, Jung Han, Hiroshi Amano, Hadis Morkoç, editors
    TK7871.15.N57

  • The emerging WDM EPON Mirjana Radivojevicʹ, Petar Matavulj
    TK5103.592.W38

  • Radio Resource Allocation over Fading Channels Under Statistical Delay Constraints
    TK5103.4873

  • Networked systems : 5th International Conference, NETYS 2017, Marrakech, Morocco, May 17-19, 2017, Proceedings / Amr El Abbadi, Benoît Garbinato (eds.)
    TK5105.5

  • The semantic web : 14th International Conference, ESWC 2017, Portorož, Slovenia, May 28-June 1, 2017, Proceedings. Eva Blomqvist, Diana Maynard, Aldo Gangemi, Rinke Hoekstra, Pascal Hitzler, Olaf Hartig (eds.)
    TK5105.88815

  • Graph-based representations in pattern recognition : 11th IAPR-TC-15 International Workshop, GbRPR 2017, Anacapri, Italy, May 16-18, 2017, Proceedings / Pasquale Foggia, Cheng-Lin Liu, Mario Vento (eds.)
    TK7882.P3

  • Human motion sensing and recognition : a fuzzy qualitative approach / Honghai Liu, Zhaojie Ju, Xiaofei Ji, Chee Seng Chan, Mehdi Khoury
    TK7882.P7

  • Electrical circuits in biomedical engineering : problems with solutions / Ali Ümit Keskin
    TK454

  • A method to identify energy efficiency measures for factory systems based on qualitative modeling / Manuela Krones
    TK4035.F3

  • Digital signal processing in power electronics control circuits Krzysztof Sozański
    TK5102.9

  • Study of electronic properties of 122 Iron Pnictide through structural, carrier-doping, and impurity-scattering effects Tatsuya Kobayashi
    TK7872.S8

  • Efficient biometric indexing and retrieval techniques for large-scale systems Ilaiah Kavati, Munaga V.N.K. Prasad, Chakravarthy Bhagvati
    TK7882.B56

  • Guide to Cisco Routers Configuration : Becoming a Router Geek / Mohammed M. Alani
    TK5105.543

  • Ti-Sb-Te phase change materials : component optimisation, mechanism and applications / Min Zhu
    TK7895.M4

  • Metamaterial inspired electromagnetic applications : role of intelligent systems / Balamati Choudhury, editor
    TK7871.15.M48

  • Website hosting and migration with Amazon Web Services : a practical guide to moving your website to AWS / Jason Nadon
    TK5105.88813

  • Computer communication, networking and internet security : proceedings of IC3T 2016 / Suresh Chandra Satapathy, Vikrant Bhateja, K. Sruhan Raju, B. Janakiramaiah, editors
    TK5105.5
    The book is a compilation of high-quality scientific papers presented at the 3rd International Conference on Computer & Communication Technologies (IC3T 2016). The individual papers address cutting-edge technologies and applications of soft computing, artificial intelligence and communication. In addition, a variety of further topics are discussed, which include data mining, machine intelligence, fuzzy computing, sensor networks, signal and image processing, human-computer interaction, web intelligence, etc. As such, it offers readers a valuable and unique resource.

  • 3rd International Winter School and Conference on Network Science : NetSci-X 2017 / Erez Shmueli, Baruch Barzel, Rami Puzis, editors
    TK5105.5

  • Guide to computer network security / Joseph Migga Kizza
    TK5105.59

  • Digital design : with an introduction to the verilog HDL, VHDL, and system Verilog / M. Morris Mano, Emeritus Professor of Computer Engineering, California State University, Los Angeles, Michael D. Ciletti, Emeritus Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
    TK 7888.3 M343 2018
    For introductory courses on digital design in an Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Computer Science department.


    A clear and accessible approach to the basic tools, concepts, and applications of digital design

    A modern update to a classic, authoritative text, Digital Design , 5th Edition teaches the fundamental concepts of digital design in a clear, accessible manner. The text presents the basic tools for the design of digital circuits and provides procedures suitable for a variety of digital applications. Like the previous editions, this edition of Digital Design supports a multimodal approach to learning, with a focus on digital design, regardless of language. Recognizing that three public-domain languages--Verilog, VHDL, and SystemVerilog--all play a role in design flows for today's digital devices, the 5th Edition offers parallel tracks of presentation of multiple languages, but allows concentration on a single, chosen language.



  • Principles and applications of electrical engineering / Giorgio Rizzoni, the Ohio State University, James Kearns, York College of Pennslyvania
    TK 146 R473 2016

    Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering provides a solid overview of the electrical engineering discipline that is especially geared toward the many non-electrical engineering students who take this course. The hallmark feature of the text is its liberal use of practical applications to illustrate important principles. The applications come from every field of engineering and feature exciting technologies such as Ohio State's world-record setting electric car. The appeal to non-electrical engineering students is further heightened by special features, such as the book's "Focus on Measurement" sections, "Focus on Methodology" sections, and "Make the Connection" sidebars.

    McGraw-Hill Education's Connect, is also available as an optional, add on item. Connect is the only integrated learning system that empowers students by continuously adapting to deliver precisely what they need, when they need it, how they need it, so that class time is more effective. Connect allows the professor to assign homework, quizzes, and tests easily and automatically grades and records the scores of the student's work. Problems are randomized to prevent sharing of answers an may also have a "multi-step solution" which helps move the students' learning along if they experience difficulty.


  • Modernizing Canada's electricity systems : a Pan-Canadian electrification strategy to cut carbon pollution :submission to the Mitigation Measures Working Group of the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change
    TK 1001 M63 2016eb

  • Power up : the hydro option / Naomi Christensen & Trevor McLeod
    TK 1427 A4C476 2016eb

  • An over-the-top exemption : it's time to fairly tax and regulate the new Internet media services / John Anderson
    TK 5105.386 A535 2016eb

  • Grid Modernization in Ontario Angen, Eli
    TK 3091 A54 2016eb

  • Carrier transport in nanoscale MOS transistors / Hideaki Tsuchiya, Yoshinari Kamakura
    TK7871.95
    A comprehensive advanced level examination of the transport theory of nanoscale devices Provides advanced level material of electron transport in nanoscale devices from basic principles of quantum mechanics through to advanced theory and various numerical techniques for electron transport Combines several up-to-date theoretical and numerical approaches in a unified manner, such as Wigner-Boltzmann equation, the recent progress of carrier transport research for nanoscale MOS transistors, and quantum correction approximations The authors approach the subject in a logical and systematic way, reflecting their extensive teaching and research backgrounds

  • Propagation channel characterization, parameter estimation, and modeling for wireless communications / Xuefeng Yin, Xiang Cheng
    TK5103.2

    A comprehensive reference giving a thorough explanation of propagation mechanisms, channel characteristics results, measurement approaches and the modelling of channels

    Thoroughly covering channel characteristics and parameters, this book provides the knowledge needed to design various wireless systems, such as cellular communication systems, RFID and ad hoc wireless communication systems. It gives a detailed introduction to aspects of channels before presenting the novel estimation and modelling techniques which can be used to achieve accurate models.   

    To systematically guide readers through the topic, the book is organised in three distinct parts. The first part covers the fundamentals of the characterization of propagation channels, including the conventional single-input single-output (SISO) propagation channel characterization as well as its extension to multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) cases. Part two focuses on channel measurements and channel data post-processing. Wideband channel measurements are introduced, including the equipment, technology and advantages and disadvantages of different data acquisition schemes. The channel parameter estimation methods are then presented, which include conventional spectral-based estimation, the specular-path-model based high-resolution method, and the newly derived power spectrum estimation methods. Measurement results are used to compare the performance of the different estimation methods. The third part gives a complete introduction to different modelling approaches. Among them, both scattering theoretical channel modelling and measurement-based channel modelling approaches are detailed. This part also approaches how to utilize these two modelling approaches to investigate wireless channels for conventional cellular systems and some new emerging communication systems.  This three-part approach means the book caters for the requirements of the audiences at different levels, including readers needing introductory knowledge, engineers who are looking for more advanced understanding, and expert researchers in wireless system design as a reference.

    Presents technical explanations, illustrated with examples of the theory in practice Discusses results applied to 4G communication systems and other emerging communication systems, such as relay, CoMP, and vehicle-to-vehicle rapid time-variant channels Can be used as comprehensive tutorial for students or a complete reference for engineers in industry Includes selected illustrations in color Program downloads available for readers Companion website with program downloads for readers and presentation slides and solution manual for instructors

    Essential reading for Graduate students and researchers interested in the characteristics of propagation channel , or who work in areas related to physical layer architectures, air interfaces, navigation, and wireless sensing


  • Signal processing for 5G : algorithms and implementations / edited by Fa-Long Luo, Charlie Zhang
    TK 5102.9 S5423 2016eb

    A comprehensive and invaluable guide to 5G technology, implementation and practice in one single volume. For all things 5G, this book is a must-read.  

    Signal processing techniques have played the most important role in wireless communications since the second generation of cellular systems. It is anticipated that new techniques employed in 5G wireless networks will not only improve peak service rates significantly, but also enhance capacity, coverage, reliability , low-latency, efficiency, flexibility, compatibility and convergence to meet the increasing demands imposed by applications such as big data, cloud service, machine-to-machine (M2M) and mission-critical communications.

    This book is a comprehensive and detailed guide to all signal processing techniques employed in 5G wireless networks. Uniquely organized into four categories, New Modulation and  Coding,  New Spatial Processing, New Spectrum Opportunities and New System-level  Enabling Technologies, it covers everything from network architecture, physical-layer (down-link and up-link),  protocols and air interface, to cell acquisition, scheduling and rate adaption, access  procedures and relaying to spectrum allocations. All technology aspects and major roadmaps of global 5G standard development and deployments are included in the book.    
    Key Features:

    Offers step-by-step guidance on bringing 5G technology into practice, by applying algorithms and design methodology to real-time circuit implementation, taking into account rapidly growing applications that have multi-standards and multi-systems.   Addresses spatial signal processing for 5G, in particular massive multiple-input multiple-output (massive-MIMO), FD-MIMO and 3D-MIMO along with orbital angular momentum multiplexing,  3D beamforming and diversity. Provides detailed algorithms and implementations, and compares all multicarrier modulation and multiple access schemes that offer superior data transmission performance including FBMC, GFDM, F-OFDM, UFMC, SEFDM,  FTN, MUSA, SCMA and NOMA. Demonstrates the translation of  signal processing theories into practical solutions  for new spectrum opportunities in terms of millimeter wave, full-duplex  transmission and license assisted access.             Presents well-designed implementation examples, from individual function block to system level for effective and accurate learning.     Covers signal processing aspects of emerging system and network architectures, including ultra-dense networks (UDN), software-defined networks (SDN), device-to-device (D2D) communications and cloud radio access network (C-RAN).

  • Harmonic balance finite element method : applications in nonlinear electromagnetics and power systems / Junwei Lu, Xiaojun Zhao, and Sotoshi Yamada
    TK 3226 L757 2016eb

    The first book applying HBFEM to practical electronic nonlinear field and circuit problems 

    * Examines and solves wide aspects of practical electrical and electronic nonlinear field and circuit problems presented by HBFEM
    * Combines the latest research work with essential background knowledge, providing an all-encompassing reference for researchers, power engineers and students of applied electromagnetics analysis
    * There are very few books dealing with the solution of nonlinear electric- power-related problems
    * The contents are based on the authors' many years' research and industry experience; they approach the subject in a well-designed and logical way
    * It is expected that HBFEM will become a more useful and practical technique over the next 5 years due to the HVDC power system, renewable energy system and Smart Grid, HF magnetic used in DC/DC converter, and Multi-pulse transformer for HVDC power supply
    * HBFEM can provide effective and economic solutions to R&D product development
    * Includes Matlab exercises


  • Electromagnetics of body area networks : antennas, propagation, and RF systems / edited by Douglas H. Werner and Zhi Hao Jiang
    TK5103.35

    The book is a comprehensive treatment of the field, covering fundamental theoretical principles and new technological advancements, state-of-the-art device design, and reviewing examples encompassing a wide range of related sub-areas. In particular, the first area focuses on the recent development of novel wearable and implantable antenna concepts and designs including metamaterial-based wearable antennas, microwave circuit integrated wearable filtering antennas, and textile and/or fabric material enabled wearable antennas. The second set of topics covers advanced wireless propagation and the associated statistical models for on-body, in-body, and off-body modes. Other sub-areas such as efficient numerical human body modeling techniques, artificial phantom synthesis and fabrication, as well as low-power RF integrated circuits and related sensor technology are also discussed. These topics have been carefully selected for their transformational impact on the next generation of body-area network systems and beyond.


  • Impedance source power electronic converters / authored by Yushan Liu, Texas A & M University at Qatar, Qatar Foundation, Doha, Qatar ; Haitham Abu-Rub, Texas A & M University at Qatar, Qatar Foundation, Doha, Qatar ; Baoming Ge, Texas A & M University, College Station, USA ; Frede Blaabjerg, Aalborg University, Aalborg East, Denmark ; Omar Ellabban, Texas A & M University at Qatar, Qatar Foundation, Doha, Qatar, Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt ; Poh Chiang Loh, Aalborg University, Aalborg East, Denmark 0002732136
    TK7872.C8

    Impedance Source Power Electronic Converters brings together state of the art knowledge and cutting edge techniques in various stages of research related to the ever more popular impedance source converters/inverters.

    Significant research efforts are underway to develop commercially viable and technically feasible, efficient and reliable power converters for renewable energy, electric transportation and for various industrial applications. This book provides a detailed understanding of the concepts, designs, controls, and application demonstrations of the impedance source converters/inverters.

    Key features:

    Comprehensive analysis of the impedance source converter/inverter topologies, including typical topologies and derived topologies. Fully explains the design and control techniques of impedance source converters/inverters, including hardware design and control parameter design for corresponding control methods. Presents the latest power conversion solutions that aim to advance the role of power electronics into industries and sustainable energy conversion systems. Compares impedance source converter/inverter applications in renewable energy power generation and electric vehicles as well as different industrial applications. Provides an overview of existing challenges, solutions and future trends. Supported by calculation examples, simulation models and results.

    Highly accessible, this is an invaluable resource for researchers, postgraduate/graduate students studying power electronics and its application in industry and renewable energy conversion as well as practising R&D engineers. Readers will be able to apply the presented material for the future design of the next generation of efficient power electronic converters/inverters.


  • Mathematical models of electrical network systems theory and applications -- an introduction / Andrej Kłos
    TK3226

  • Reasoning web : semantic interoperability on the web : 13th International Summer School 2017, London, UK, July 7-11, 2017, Tutorial lectures / Giovambattista Ianni, Domenico Lembo, Leopoldo Bertossi, Wolfgang Faber, Birte Glimm, Georg Gottlob, Steffen Staab (eds.)
    TK5105.88815

  • Security of networks and services in an all-connected world : 11th IFIP WG 6.6 International Conference on Autonomous Infrastructure, Management, and Security, AIMS 2017, Zurich, Switzerland, July 10-13, 2017, Proceedings / Daphne Tuncer, Robert Koch, Rémi Badonnel, Burkhard Stiller (eds.)
    TK 5105.5 I58 2017eb
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