As Chapman & Hall/CRC Press’ oldest and most prolific Computer Science book series, the Computer and Information Science series comprehensively covers key topics, developments, and applications in computer science, computer engineering, and information science. The series aims to publish a mix of handbooks, reference books, and upper-level textbooks that provide comprehensive and valuable information for both students and professionals. We are willing to consider relevant topics that might be proposed by potential contributors.
Trustworthy Cyber-Physical Systems Engineering
Delaunay Mesh Generation
Distributed Sensor Networks Two Volume Set
Handbook of Real-Time and Embedded Systems
By Alexander Romanovsky, Fuyuki Ishikawa
September 28, 2016
From the Foreword "Getting CPS dependability right is essential to forming a solid foundation for a world that increasingly depends on such systems. This book represents the cutting edge of what we know about rigorous ways to ensure that our CPS designs are trustworthy. I recommend it to anyone ...
By Krishnaiyan “KT” Thulasiraman, Subramanian Arumugam, Andreas Brandstädt, Takao Nishizeki
December 14, 2015
The fusion between graph theory and combinatorial optimization has led to theoretically profound and practically useful algorithms, yet there is no book that currently covers both areas together. Handbook of Graph Theory, Combinatorial Optimization, and Algorithms is the first to present a unified,...
By Sukumar Ghosh
July 14, 2014
Distributed Systems: An Algorithmic Approach, Second Edition provides a balanced and straightforward treatment of the underlying theory and practical applications of distributed computing. As in the previous version, the language is kept as unobscured as possible—clarity is given priority over ...
By Sanguthevar Rajasekaran, Lance Fiondella, Mohamed Ahmed, Reda A. Ammar
December 12, 2013
Every area of science and engineering today has to process voluminous data sets. Using exact, or even approximate, algorithms to solve intractable problems in critical areas, such as computational biology, takes time that is exponential in some of the underlying parameters. Parallel computing ...
By Miguel A. Labrador, Oscar D. Lara Yejas
December 05, 2013
Learn How to Design and Implement HAR Systems The pervasiveness and range of capabilities of today’s mobile devices have enabled a wide spectrum of mobile applications that are transforming our daily lives, from smartphones equipped with GPS to integrated mobile sensors that acquire physiological ...
By Siu-Wing Cheng, Tamal K. Dey, Jonathan Shewchuk
December 04, 2012
Written by authors at the forefront of modern algorithms research, Delaunay Mesh Generation demonstrates the power and versatility of Delaunay meshers in tackling complex geometric domains ranging from polyhedra with internal boundaries to piecewise smooth surfaces. Covering both volume and surface...
By S. Sitharama Iyengar, Richard R. Brooks
September 24, 2012
The best-selling Distributed Sensor Networks became the definitive guide to understanding this far-reaching technology. Preserving the excellence and accessibility of its predecessor, Distributed Sensor Networks, Second Edition once again provides all the fundamentals and applications in one ...
By Bud Fox, Ph.D., Zhang Wenzu, Ph.D., Tan May Ling, M.Sc.
August 08, 2012
Software Application Development: A Visual C++, MFC, and STL Tutorial provides a detailed account of the software development process using Visual C++, MFC, and STL. It covers everything from the design to the implementation of all software modules, resulting in a demonstration application ...
By Sanguthevar Rajasekaran, John Reif
December 20, 2007
The ability of parallel computing to process large data sets and handle time-consuming operations has resulted in unprecedented advances in biological and scientific computing, modeling, and simulations. Exploring these recent developments, the Handbook of Parallel Computing: Models, Algorithms, ...
By Insup Lee, Joseph Y-T. Leung, Sang H. Son
July 23, 2007
Real-time and embedded systems are essential to our lives, from controlling car engines and regulating traffic lights to monitoring plane takeoffs and landings to providing up-to-the-minute stock quotes. Bringing together researchers from both academia and industry, the Handbook of Real-Time and ...
By Alexander Kott, William M. McEneaney
July 20, 2006
The rising tide of threats, from financial cybercrime to asymmetric military conflicts, demands greater sophistication in tools and techniques of law enforcement, commercial and domestic security professionals, and terrorism prevention. Concentrating on computational solutions to determine or ...
By Leandro Nunes de Castro
June 02, 2006
Natural computing brings together nature and computing to develop new computational tools for problem solving; to synthesize natural patterns and behaviors in computers; and to potentially design novel types of computers. Fundamentals of Natural Computing: Basic Concepts, Algorithms, and ...