Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Pure_And_Applied_Math - System Theory Bookstore
Page 7     121-140 of 196    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | 8  | 9  | 10  | Next 20

         System Theory:     more books (100)
  1. Knowledge Management Systems: Theory and Practice by Stuart Barnes, 2001-12-20
  2. The Theory of Evolution and Dynamical Systems: Mathematical Aspects of Selection (London Mathematical Society Student Texts) by Josef Hofbauer, Karl Sigmund, 1988-10-28
  3. Theory of Blackjack, Sixth Edition by Peter Griffin, 1999-02
  4. Health Management Information Systems: Theories, Methods, and Applications by Joseph K. H. Tan, 1995-01-15
  5. A Handbook of Software and Systems Engineering: Empirical Observations, Laws, and Theories by Albert Endres, Dieter Rombach, 2003-05-08
  6. Linear Systems Theory: A Structural Decomposition Approach (Control Engineering) by Ben M. Chen, Zongli Lin, et all 2004-08-27
  7. Electric Energy Systems Theory: An Introduction by Ollie I. Elgerd, 1971
  8. Linear System Theory: The State Space Approach by Lofti A. Zadeh, Charles A. Desoer, 2008-08-04
  9. General Systems Theory: A Mathematical Approach (IFSR International Series on Systems Science and Engineering) by Yi Lin, 1999-01-31
  10. Betty Neuman: The Neuman Systems Model (Notes on Nursing Theories) by Karen S. Reed, 1993-10-20
  11. Market Theory and the Price System by Israel M. Kirzner, 2007
  12. Linear Systems (Prentice-Hall Information and System Science Series) by Thomas Kailath, 1979-11-01
  13. Introduction to Mathematical Systems Theory: Linear Systems, Identification and Control by Christiaan Heij, André C. M. Ran, et all 2006-11-22
  14. Principles of Linear Systems by Philip E. Sarachik, 1997-01-28

121. OO Type Theory
Listing of information about research on type systems for objectoriented programming. (Laurent Dami)
OO Type Theory
This page collects information about research on type systems for object-oriented programming.
  • People
  • Related information sources Please forgive any inaccuracies or omissions, and direct your suggestions or complaints to
    F-sub, Calc. of primitive objects , Baby Modula-3
    AIKEN Alexander
    Solving systems of type constraints
    BOURDONCLE Francois
    BRUCE Kim
    typed higher-order OOPLs, with matching (as an alternative to subtyping).
    F-sub, Calc. of primitive objects Obliq
    Records, variants, subtyping, second-order lambda calculus, record calculi.
    CASTAGNA Giuseppe
    Multi-methods, covariance vs. contravariance, overloading.
    CHAMBERS Craig
    Self Cecil
    Multi-methods, Modules systems
    DAMI Laurent
    Lambda-N, HOP
    Dynamic binding and name-based interaction, records, variants
    types for Smalltalk, covariant method override, type soundness of Java
    DUGGAN Dominic
    existential types, polymorphic methods, dynamic types, module-based mixins
    FISHER Kathleen
    delegation-based obj. calculus
  • 122. The Math Forum - Math Library - Systems Theory
    This page contains sites relating to Systems theory. Browse and Search theLibrary Home Math Topics Operations Research Systems theory.
    Browse and Search the Library
    Math Topics Operations Research : Systems Theory

    Library Home
    Search Full Table of Contents Suggest a Link ... Library Help
    All Sites - 5 items found, showing 1 to 5
  • Cybernetics and Systems Theory - F. Heylighen; Principia Cybernetica Web
    General background material on the field of Cybernetics and Systems Science (also: (General) Systems Theory or Systems Research), an academic domain that touches virtually all traditional disciplines, from mathematics, technology, and biology to philosophy ...more>>
  • Mental Model Musings - Gene R. Bellinger, OutSights
    Modeling and Simulation is a discipline for developing a level of understanding of the interaction of the parts of a system, and of the system as a whole. It embodies a set of disciplines that provide a foundation for understanding not only how things ...more>>
  • SIAM Activity Groups - Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
    Activity Groups on: Control and Systems Theory; Discrete Mathematics; Dynamical Systems; Geometric Design; Geosciences; Linear Algebra; Optimization; Orthogonal Polynomials and Special Functions; Supercomputing, etc. Rules of Procedure, Initiation and ...more>>
  • Synergetics on the Web - Kirby Urner, 4D Solutions
  • 123. CSNSF
    Provides educational programs and information on Bowen theory and the study of family systems. Features mission statement, links and newsletter.
    This page uses frames, but your browser doesn't support them.

    124. IEEE Circuits And Systems (CAS) Society
    Focuses on the theory, analysis, design (computer aided design), and practical implementation of circuits, and the application of circuit theoretic techniques to systems and to signal processing.

    125. UTCS Machine Learning Research Group
    Research on General Inductive Learning, Inductive Logic Programming, Natural Language Learning, Qualitative Modeling Diagnosis, Learning for Planning and Problem Solving. Recommender Systems and Text Categorization Student Modeling for Intelligent Tutoring Systems Text Data Mining theory and Knowledge Refinement.
    Machine Learning Research Group
    University of Texas at Austin

    Department of Computer Sciences
    Artifical Intelligence Laboratory
    Positive Examples: Negative Examples:
    Machine learning is the study of adaptive computational systems that improve their performance with experience. The UT Machine Learning Research Group focuses on applying both empirical and knowledge-based learning techniques to natural language processing, text mining, recommender systems, inductive logic programming, knowledge and theory refinement, planning, and intelligent tutoring. For pictures of the group click here
    Graduate Students

    126. The Quantum Universe: An Information Systems Perspective
    A brief, richly illustrated paper that weaves together recent thinking from several subject matter experts, and produces an interesting new theory about the nature of our perceived universe. Thought provoking material for both physicists and information systems professionals.
    Free Web site hosting - Web Hosting - Choose an ISP NetZero High Speed Internet ... Dial up $14.95 or NetZero Internet Service $9.95 The Quantum Universe: An Information Systems Perspective Wm L. Duncan The purpose of this paper is to present a model of the nature of reality and our perception of the universe, applying a few principles of quantum physics. This model represents a new view of reality, utilizing principles of quantum mechanics to explain the construct of existence, as humans perceive it. It is intended to provide a mental platform from which new insights about time, space, and human perception can be obtained. Finally, the author utilizes this model to speculate about various subjects, including the nature of "reality", the passage of time, and an opportunity to detect the presence of advanced life forms in our universe. I. What is the Fundamental Element of Our "Reality"? Speculation and investigation about the nature of our universe is at least as old as recorded history. Early philosophers theorized that the most fundamental element in the universe was water. Later, as scientific knowledge began to mature, our view of the universe became more complex, and for many years there was a widely accepted belief that the four primary elements in our universe were earth, air, water, and fire. Later investigations have centered around chemical elements, then molecular structure, atomic elements, electrons, quarks, and so on.

    127. Cybernetics And Stochastic Systems
    done in the mid 20th Century on Cybernetics (Wiener), based on the earlier work onInformation theory (Shannon), and General Systems theory (von Bertalanffy).
    Cybernetics and Stochastic Systems
    by Chris Lucas
    "Compared to the analytical procedure of classical science with resolution into component elements and one-way or linear causality as basic category, the investigation of organized wholes of many variables requires new categories of interaction, transaction, organization, teleology..." Ludwig von Bertalanffy "This new development has unbounded possibilities for good and for evil." Norbert Wiener , Cybernetics, 1948
    Many of the concepts used within the complexity sciences derive originally from work done in the mid 20th Century on Cybernetics (Wiener), based on the earlier work on Information Theory (Shannon), and General Systems Theory (von Bertalanffy). These ideas were all attempts to quantify in a rigorous way the treatment of systems as an interdisciplinary science. In other words they were a break from the old views that specialist subjects required specialist ideas. Additionally cybernetics is concerned with the control of systems, the issues of regulation and stability that also face us in the treatment of complex systems. Most recent work on cybernetics has related to mechanical systems (e.g. robots and bionics), but these ideas have always been more general and here we shall restate their relevance to biological and social situations.
    Systems are the lifeblood of complexity thinking and can be defined as a group of interacting parts functioning as a whole and distinguishable from its surroundings by recognizable boundaries. Systems have properties that are emergent, that are not intrinsically found within any of the component parts. They exist only at a higher level of description (e.g. an engine isn't a feature of valves, pistons, or any set of parts in isolation, they have to be suitably inter-connected).

    128. Funderstanding - Systems Theory
    Systems theory In The Fifth Discipline, author Peter Senge detailsfive characteristics that comprise what he calls a learning
    Whole Systems

    Systems Theory
    In The Fifth Discipline , author Peter Senge details five characteristics that comprise what he calls a "learning organization"in other words, an organization which cultivates an effective learning environment. The five traits of a learning organization are:
  • Systems Thinking Senge defines this as examining the patterns that connect the larger system. This kind of thinking is intuitive. In fact, children pick it up almost instantly.
  • Personal Mastery The key to this trait is to continually clarify and deepen our personal vision, focus our energies, develop patience, and see reality objectively.
  • Shared Vision This occurs when a group collectively develops a "picture of the future." Shared vision is the sum of the personal visions of all participating individuals. It is not something a person can learn by rote; instead, it stems from a deep-seated belief.
  • Team Learning The group IQ is higher than that of the individual. Just like in complex systems, unexpected results that are greater than the sum of their parts will emerge. However, people have to communicate with each other for team learning to take effect.
  • Mental Models Senge attest that we must continually question the deeply ingrained assumptions, generalizations, and perceptions that influence how we comprehend and react to the world. Once we understand our biases, we can begin to examine and deconstruct them.
  • 129. About TUCS - TUCS
    A research centre in Computer Science for the three universities in Turku. Research groups covers algorithmics, biomathematics, coding theory, computational intelligence for business, information systems, advanced management systems, probabilistic algorithms, software quality, programming methodology, applied artificial intelligence, strategic information systems planning, and mathematical structures in computer science.
    About TUCS Research Education Personnel Downloads ...

    Search our site
    Recent news
    1st Jun 04 Tietotekniikan Tutkimussäätiö on myöntänyt vuoden 2003 väitöskirjapalkinnon FT Mika Hirvensalolle väitöskirjasta "Studies on Boolean Functions Related to Quantum Computing"
    22nd Apr 04
    New layout for TUCS WWW pages! Download new TUCS logos and templates from here
    Contact Information
    Turku Centre for Computer Science
    FIN-20520 Turku
    Phone: +358-2-2154204
    Fax: +358-2-2410154
    Welcome to TUCS WWW pages
    Turku Centre for Computer Science (TUCS) is a joint research and education centre between the University of Turku Åbo Akademi University and the Turku School of Economics and Business Administration TUCS coordinates research and education in the field of Information Technology. These activities are carried out in the TUCS Master's and Graduate Schools and in the centre's own research laboratories At the departments participating in TUCS there are presently about 35 professors, 50 Ph.D. level researchers, 90 doctoral students and 2000 Master's students. The following departments participate in TUCS and its Graduate School: University of Turku

    130. SIGGS Theory Model: Main Menu And Home Page
    SIGGS Educational Systems theory. You will find information on a theoryof education which was developed from a welldefined systems model.
    Educational Systems Theory
    Welcome to the SIGGS home page. You will find information on a theory of education which was developed from a well-defined systems model. Both the theory and the model are complex, requiring considerable study for full comprehension. We hope that the SIGGS Web will help create a major paradigm shift in how people think about education. The SIGGS model is an integration of Set, Information, diGraph and General Systems theories. Find pages with:
    : quick tips and examples, refining searches, requiring or excluding terms ...

    131. No Longer Available
    Gives a brief overview of how a GIS is used, some of the theory behind how it operates, as well as a discussion of various applications.
    USGS Home Ask USGS Site Map Advanced Search This page is no longer available. See . Please correct your links and bookmarks.
    Privacy Statement
    Accessibility FOIA U.S. Department of the Interior ... U.S. Geological Survey
    Ask USGS

    Last modified: 26-Jun-2003@15:15

    132. Dept. Of Condensed Matter
    Peter Nordlander's group investigates nonequilibrium processes in mesoscopic systems and on surfaces focus on many-electron effects. Qimiao Si specializes in the theory of strongly correlated electron systems emphasis on non-Fermi liquid behavior. projects quantum dot, Kondo, nanoparticles, high temperature superconductors

    133. Ergodic Theory And Dynamical Systems
    Ergodic theory and Dynamical Systems is a journal which focuses on a variety of research areas.
    Home Journals
    Features Related Journals
    Journals By Title By Subject Highlights New Journals 2004 ... Advanced Search
    Cambridge Alerts Free journal TOC alerts New title information alerts
    Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems Edited by S. van Strien
    University of Warwick, UK
    P. Walters
    University of Warwick, UK
    Editorial Board
    Instructions for Contributors Advertising Rates Links
    Aims and Scope
    Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems focuses on a rich variety of research areas which, although diverse, employ as common themes global dynamical methods. The journal provides a focus for this important and flourishing area of mathematics and brings together many major contributions in the field. The journal acts as a forum for central problems of differential geometry, number theory, operator algebras, topological, differential and symbolic dynamics, and celestial and statistical mechanics. Print ISSN: 0143-3857 Online ISSN: 1469-4417 Full pricing details Current volume: 24:1 - 24:6, 2004 All issues View a free sample of this journal Cambridge University Press 2004.

    134. UTC Online Controls Lab
    A set of experiments at the University of Tennessee that may be controlled through the Web to teach process control theory.
    Select a system for an experiment.
    Level (Not now available; expected to be available 15 March)
    View Level Live (Not now available; expected to be available 21 March)
    Listen Live (Not now available; expected to be available 21 March)
    (All systems now webcast
    some time delay in sound is inevitable)
    Web-based Students' Laboratory Course Assignments
    Controls Systems Lab Manual
    Table of Contents for Lab Manual View list of waiting experiments
    Information on Courses Faculty Students
    **** CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT *** Chattanooga Weather Last updated 23 February 2001 Send E-Mail to Lab-Master Home Page of The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

    135. Marks Robotics Home Page
    Robotics, Learning, Chaos, Complexity, Systems theory. Last modified Complexity,Chaos, theory Reasoning, Systems theory, Chaos and Artificial Intelligence;
    Robotics, Learning, Chaos, Complexity, Systems theory.
    Last modified: document.write(document.lastModified); Complexity, Chaos, Theory:
  • Reasoning, Systems theory, Chaos and Artificial Intelligence
  • Chaos Servers
  • Complex Systems Servers
  • Nonlinear Systems/Dynamics Servers ...
  • BEAM Robotics - Nervous Net Based Robotics.
  • My BEAM Robotics site list
  • Community/multi-agent Robotics
  • Resources, Parts, Magazines
  • Snake-like Robots ...
  • Traditional CPU/computer controlled machines
  • BEAM Robotics stuff: Member of the BEAM Robotics Web Ring

    136. AJIS
    a refereed journal that publishes articles contributing to Information Systems theory and practice.
    The Australian Journal of Information Systems
    Welcome to the AJIS Home Page
    The Australian Journal of Information Systems is a refereed journal that publishes articles (twice per year) contributing to Information Systems theory and practice.
    Subscription Information
    AJIS Editions
    Editorial Board
    The Editor ...
    If you have any enquiries regarding the Journal, please contact Mr R. Macgregor.
    Comments and questions should be directed to

    Standard and conditions apply Revised: 4th January, 1999

    137. Intelligent Systems Laboratory
    Research Laboratory at the University of Guelph focusing on Intelligent Systems theory and applications
    The Intelligent Systems Laboratory
    The Intelligent Systems Laboratory (ISLAB) is a high-tech research facility in the School of Engineering at the University of Guelph Intelligent Systems Laboratory

    138. Self Psychology Page
    Information and discussion forums related to the psychoanalytic Self Psychology of Heinz Kohut, intersubjective systems theory, and other contemporary developments.
    The Self Psychology
    Web Site has Expanded
    The Self Psychology Page has moved to
    The International Council for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology has developed a new site at:
    Requests for this page
    since 5/14/2003:

    139. Ariel A. Chialvo's Home Page
    theory and molecular simulation of aqueous electrolytes systems at extreme conditions of chemical, geochemical, and environmental interest.
    Welcome to Ariel Chialvo's Home Page
    Aqueous Chemistry and Geochemitry Group

    Chemical Sciences Division

    Oak Ridge National Laboratory

    Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6110
    Phone: (865) 574-1252
    Fax: (865) 574-4961
    Research Interests
    • Statistical mechanics theory and molecular-based simulation of fluid nonidealities Microscopic approaches to solvation phenomena in hydrothermal systems Solvation effects on chemical reactions Transferable potential models for molecular simulations Interpretation of scattering results via molecular simulation Field effects on fluid-phase equilibria and fluid nonidealities Molecular simulation studies of gas clathrates Isotopic effects on fluid nonidealities
    Honors and Professional Societies

    140. Ecometry
    Chaos theory is a popular name for the theory of Dynamical Systems (DS), mainly for nonlinear systems. The theory covers many aspects of the life of DS, all of them have the same characteristics, they were born, they lived and they died.

    Page 7     121-140 of 196    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | 8  | 9  | 10  | Next 20

    free hit counter