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Technology

The range of technology topics covered in our collection reflects the broad nature of the discipline itself, and we are proud to present some of the most state of the art research in this important, cross-disciplinary field. Our books about technology have a particular strength in engineering and software development, but the list also encompasses titles with a broad social science focus, including the history of technology. Cambridge Scholars' technology books will be of interest to researchers in many disciplines alongside specialist engineers, programmers and computer scientists.

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Agendas for 21st Century E...

This book is for engineers of different disciplines, such as chemical, electrical, petroleum, mechanical and civil engineering, and will appeal both to the experienced professional engineer and to undergraduate or postgraduate engineering students.This singular volume presents selected articles on themes that arise at the interface...
£44.99

Business Process Reenginee...

This is an important text for all students and practitioners of Business Process Reengineering. It provides a comprehensive resource for understanding and implementing BPR as relating to the needs of each individual business, and it places particular emphasis on the importance of the OHandS function within the commercial environmen...
£39.99

Career Paths for Programme...

The creation of computer software is traditionally associated with technically brilliant but socially inept people - the programmer character in the movie Jurassic Park being a perfect example. However, the development of commercial software is a task requiring input from a multi-disciplinary team, the success of which depends not ...
£39.99

Complex Networks and their...

Fuelled by the big data paradigm, the study of networks is an interdisciplinary field that is growing at the interface of many branches of science including mathematics, physics, computer science, biology, economics and the social sciences. This book, written by experts from the Network Science community, covers a wide range of the...
£49.99

Computation, Information, ...

This book draws together a number of important strands in contemporary approaches to the philosophical and scientific questions that emerge when dealing with the issues of computing, information, cognition and the conceptual issues that arise at their intersections. It discovers and develops the connections at the borders and in th...
From £19.99

Computer Simulations and t...

Computer simulations have become a central tool for scientific practice. Their use has replaced, in many cases, standard experimental procedures. This goes without mentioning cases where the target system is empirical but there are no techniques for direct manipulation of the system, such as astronomical observation. To these cases...
£44.99

Design Directions

This book is a collection of papers, exploring how designers, researchers and practitioners respond to the changing nature of contemporary perceptions of the relationship between humans and technology. Originating from a workshop at the 2012 Design Research Society Conference in Bangkok, the book presents diverse approaches from th...
£39.99

Digital By-Product Data in...

Thanks to Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), every action on the Internet nowadays is recorded by digital by-product data: online purchases, tagging friends’ photos, browsing webpages, etc. This unprecedented technological revolution has empowered us with unique abilities to understand not only people’s behaviours, ...
£44.99

Discoursal Construction of...

The aim of this volume is to look into how academic identity is discoursally constructed in CMC (computer-mediated communication), using the example of an e-seminar. An e-seminar is an asynchronous type of CMC, where private, public and institutional domains merge, and therefore it provides an interesting context for exploring acad...
£39.99

European Research Activiti...

What’s new in the European research and development area? Cloud computing is a provision model where whatever computing resource that can be thought of (machines, network, software solutions, applications) is provided as a service. This new paradigm has changed the center of gravity of computing in both the academic and industry en...
£44.99

Internet Tomography

Internet tomography, introduced from basic principles through to techniques, tools and applications, is the subject of this book. The design of Internet Tomography Measurement Systems (ITMS) aimed at mapping the Internet performance profile spatially and temporally over paths between probing stations is a particular focus.The Inter...
£39.99
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