Multi-Objective Optimization in Theory and Practice is a simplified two-part approach to multi-objective optimization (MOO) problems.
Bentham science publishers is recently published a book, 'Arduino and Scilab based Projects,' authored by Rajesh Singh, Anita Gehlot and Bhupendra Singh. This is the second book published by this group of authors.
Nature has provided opportunities for scientists to observe patterns in biomaterials which can be imitated when designing construction materials. Materials designed with natural elements can be robust and environment-friendly at the same time.
'Function and Dysfunction of the Cochlea', newly released by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, provides a comprehensive review of the complex molecular mechanisms that are responsible for cochlear function and were, for the most part, revealed by the discovery of genes responsible for hearing impairment. It describes major advances in our understanding of the pathogenic processes underlying various forms of hearing loss and the emergence of treatments for deafness.
Book by MIT professor examines the circuitous history behind the investigation of cancer as a contagious illness.
The gap between the wealthy and the poor is on a growth trajectory. In the book Privilege at Play: Class, Race, Gender, and Golf in Mexico, to be published May 24, 2019, sociologist Hugo Cerón-Anaya explores how this gap is perpetuated in the context of a privileged space, one in which affluent club members and impoverished workers collide: the golf courses of Mexico City.
In new book, MIT political scientist Taylor Fravel uncovers the modern history of Chinese military strategy.
A book by Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) authors posits a new paradigm for Sanitation 4.0. Focusing on regenerative sanitation and described by the authors as the next era in sanitation management, the new book by Prof. Thammarat Koottatep, Dr. Peter Emmanuel Cookey, and Prof. Chongrak Polprasert calls for a change in narrative and a rethinking of sanitation towards more progressive trajectories such as resource recovery and reuse rather than just amelioration.
New online edition of PCI Textbook to be released at EuroPCR in Paris on May 21-24, 2019. The second edition of the PCI Textbook is updated with 19 new chapters -- nearly double the original content for a total of 43 chapters covering illustrative clinical cases and investigations. It includes fully illustrated, step-by-step descriptions of diagnostic/therapeutic procedures and new developments written by a team of expert operators.
De Gruyter's new publication, 'Overtourism: Issues, realities and solutions', edited by Rachel Dodds and Richard W. Butler, is the first book to examine in detail the origin and 'enablers' of overtourism. It places the much discussed and contentious topic in a conceptual context with other forms of tourism, including wider discussions of policy and planning.