This title includes a number of Open Access chapters.
Covering a broad range of new topics in computer technology and programming, this volume discusses encryption techniques, SQL generation, Web 2.0 technologies, and visual sensor networks. It also examines reconfigurable computing, video streaming, animation techniques, and more. Readers will learn about an educational tool and game to help students learn computer programming. The book also explores a new medical technology paradigm centered on wireless technology and cloud computing designed to overcome the problems of increasing health technology costs.
Table of Contents
Novel FTLRNN with Gamma Memory for Short-Term and Long-Term Predictions of Chaotic Time Series
Flexible Interconnection Network for Dynamically and Partially Reconfigurable Architectures
A Hardware Solution for an ³On the Fly² Encryption
SQL Generation for Natural Language Interface
Web 2.0 Technologies with jQuery and Ajax
Reconfigurable Computing‹A New Paradigm
In-Network Adaptation of Video Streams Using Network Processors
A Survey of Visual Sensor Networks
A Family of Tools for Supporting the Learning of Programming
InfoVis Interaction Techniques in Animation of Recursive Programs
Towards a Serious Game to Help Students Learn Computer Programming
Distributed Network, Wireless and Cloud Computing Enabled 3-D Ultrasound; a New Medical Technology Paradigm
miRMaid: A Unified Programming Interface for Microrna Data Resources
Some Attributes of a Language for Property-Based Testing
James L. Antonakos is a Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at Broome Community College in Binghamton, New York, where he has been teaching since 1984. Professor Antonakos teaches both in the classroom and online, in classes covering electricity and electronics, computer networking, computer security and forensics, information management, and computer graphics and simulation. He is the designer and director of the new 2-year AAS Degree in Computer Security and Forensics at Broome Community College. Professor Antonakos is also an online instructor and faculty advisor for Excelsior College and an online instructor for Sullivan University. He has extensive industrial work experience as well in electronic manufacturing for both commercial and military products and consults with many local companies in the area of computer networking and information security. He is the author or co-author of over forty works on computers, networking, electronics, and technology. He is also A+, Network+, and Security+ certified by CompTIA and ACE certified by AccessData.