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The potential impact of the information superhighway--what it will mean to daily work, shopping, and entertainment--is of concern to nearly everyone. In the rush to put the world on-line, special issues have emerged for researchers, educators and students, and library specialists. At the same time, the research and education communities have a valuable head start when it comes to understanding computer communications networks, particularly Internet. With its roots in the research community, the Internet computer network now links tens of millions of people and extends well into the commercial world. Realizing the Information Future is written by key players in the development of Internet and other data networks. The volume highlights what we can learn from Internet and how the research, education, and library communities can take full advantage of the information highway's promised reach through time and space. This book presents a vision for the proposed national information infrastructure (NII): an open data network sending information services of all kinds, from suppliers of all kinds, to customers of all kinds, across network providers of all kinds. Realizing the Information Future examines deployment issues for the NII in light of the proposed system architecture, with specific discussion of the needs of the research and education communities. What is the role of the institution when everyone is on-line in their homes and offices? What are the consequences when citizens can easily access legal, medical, educational, and government services information from a single system? These and many other important questions are explored. The committee also looks at the development of principles to address the potential for abuse and misuse of the information highway, covering Equitable and affordable access to the network. Reasonable approaches to controlling the rising tide of electronic information. Rights and responsibilities relating to freedom of expression, intellectual property, individual privacy, and data security. Realizing the Information Future includes a wide-ranging discussion of costs, pricing, and federal funding for network development and a discussion of the federal role in making the best technical choices to ensure that the expected social and economic benefits of the NII are realized. The time for the research and education communities to have their say about the information highway is before the ribbon is cut. Realizing the Information Future provides a timely, readable, and comprehensive exploration of key issues--important to computer scientists and engineers, researchers, librarians and their administrators, educators, and individuals interested in the shape of the information network that will soon link us all.
This report from the World Transputer Congress contains more than 120 articles that reflect the state-of-the-art in transputer applications. Topics covered include: real time control; graphic tools; systems programming; algorithms; image processing; operating systems; development and formal methods; programme environments; languages and architecture; AI and signal processing.
The papers included in this book provide a wide coverage of current thinking and the new concepts which are being developed resulting from the introduction of the T9000. The role and use of the newly developed transputer and associated routing component, the C104, is discussed, and the use of existing range of transputers in the embedded systems market is also dealt with.
This now famous anthology brings together various aspects of oversampling methods and compares and evaluates design approaches. It describes the theoretical analysis of converter performances, the actual design of converters and their simulation, circuit implementations, and applications.
An authoritative book for hardware and software designers. Caches are by far the simplest and most effective mechanism for improving computer performance. This innovative book exposes the characteristics of performance-optimal single and multi-level cache hierarchies by approaching the cache design process through the novel perspective of minimizing execution times. It presents useful data on the relative performance of a wide spectrum of machines and offers empirical and analytical evaluations of the underlying phenomena. This book will help computer professionals appreciate the impact of caches and enable designers to maximize performance given particular implementation constraints.
Written by ten leading experts in the field, Optical Computing cover topics such as optical bistability, optical interconnects and circuits, photorefractive devices, spatial light modulators, associative memory, and optical computer architectures.
Of related interest Digital Telephony John Bellamy As a departure from conventional treatment of communication theory, the book stresses how systems operate and the rationale behind their design, rather than presenting rigorous analytical formulations. - Telecommunications Journal Both a reference for telecommunication engineers and a text for graduate level engineering and computer science students, this book provides an introduction to all aspects of digital communication, with emphasis on voice digitization, digital transmission, digital switching, network synchronization, network control, and network analysis. Its aim is to present system level design considerations, and then relate the specific equipment to telephone networks around the world, particularly North America. 526 pp. (0 471-08089-6) 1982 A Reference Manual for Telecommunications Engineering Roger L. Freeman Here's a comprehensive reference for those who design, build, purchase, use, or maintain telecommunications systems, offering the only system design database devoted exclusively to the field. It pulls together a vast amount of information from such diverse sources as CCITT/CCIR, EIA, US Military Standards and Handbooks, NBS, BTL/ATT, REA, and periodicals and monographs published by over twenty principal manufacturers. Covers telephone traffic, transmission factors in telephony, outside plant-metallic pair systems, noise and modulation, radio-frequency data and regulatory information, facsimile transmission, and more. 1504 pp. (0 471-86753-5) 1985
This definitive new volume brings together scientists from government, industry, and the academic worlds to explore ways in which to capitalize on resources for new ventures into the next generation of supercomputers. The wealth of information on state-of-the-art scientific developments contained in this single volume makes Supercomputers an invaluable resource for management scholars and government policymakers interested in high technology companies and strategic planning.
Die Anwendung der Hochintegrationstechnologie im Bereich der MeB-, Steuerungs- und Regelungstechnik mit oder ohne Verwen- dung von datenverarbeitenden Komponenten, wie beispielsweise Mikroprozessoren, ist in den letzten Jahren im wesentlichen unter dem Gesichtspunkt des Ersatzes konventioneller Techniken erfolgt. Mikrorechner waren insbesondere dort erfolgreich, wo bereits in der Vergangenheit Verfahren entwickelt worden wa- ren, die in das Rechnerprogramm Ubernommen werden konnten. Erst in jUngster Zeit ist eine Fortentwicklung bestehender Methoden unter spezieller Nutzung von hochintegrierten Komponenten zu be- achten. Weiterhin zeigt sich, daB die Entwicklung von neueren Verar- beitungsverfahren in vielen Bereichen der MeB- und Regelungs- technik neue Aspekte eroffnet. Dies hat dazu gefUhrt, daB die Komponentenhersteller sich rasch auf diese Situation einge- stellt haben. In diesen Bereich ist - insbesondere unter Verwendung lei- stungsfahiger Speicher- und Zusatzkomponenten - die von Herrn M.Malms vorgelegte Arbeit einzureihen. Sie befaBt sich mit einer Verarbeitungseinheit, die im wesentlichen ein in- haltsadressierbares Speichersystem darstellt, bei dem Zusatz- elemente samtliche Operationen der Informations-Wiedergewin- nung abzuarbeiten erlauben. Allerdings darf dieses System nicht nur unter dem Gesichtspunkt der schnellen Datenfindung gesehen werden, da auch andere Applikationsbereiche wegen der hohen Leistungsfahigkeit erschlossen werden konnen. Es ist zu begrUBen, daB diese Arbeit in der Reihe Informatik-Fachberichte herausgegeben werden kann. Somit wird dieses System einem breiteren Kreis von Fachleuten zuganglich, zumal eine Fortentwicklung mit UnterstUtzung der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft vorgesehen ist.
The Illiac IV was the first large scale array computer. As the fore- runner of today's advanced computers, it brought whole classes of scientific computations into the realm of practicality. Conceived initially as a grand experiment in computer science, the revolutionary architecture incorporated both a high level of parallelism and pipe- lining. After a difficult gestation, the Illiac IV became operational in November 1975. It has for a decade been a substantial driving force behind the develooment of computer technology. Today the Illiac IV continues to service large-scale scientific aoolication areas includ- ing computational fluid dynamics, seismic stress wave propagation model- ing, climate simulation, digital image processing, astrophysics, numerical analysis, spectroscopy and other diverse areas. This volume brings together previously published material, adapted in an effort to provide the reader with a perspective on the strengths and weaknesses of the Illiac IV and the impact this unique computa- tional resource has had on the development of technology. The history and current status of the Illiac system, the design and architecture of the hardware, the programming languages, and a considerable sampling of applications are all covered at some length. A final section is devoted to commentary.