Trends in Information Technology
D. A. Linkens, R. I. Nicolson
P. Peregrinus Limited, Jan 1, 1990 - Computers - 301 pages
This book provides a broad coverage of many advanced concepts in the field of information technology. It is divided into sections covering computing, systems, robotics, cognitive science and human-computer interaction. The material is presented in a way such that little background is necessary for its understanding, yet current and future trends are indicated. Much of the work is presented by researchers at the forefront of the individual areas covered, and includes many practical examples taken from the applied science and engineering disciplines.
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abstract activity algorithm analysis application approach architecture Artificial Intelligence auditory model auditory system basic behaviour chemical Cognitive Science communication complete components constraints construction control systems coordinate frame database defined diagram dynamic end-effector environment error evaluation example Expert Systems formants frequency function graphics hardware human-computer interface HyperCard hypermedia IEEE implementation input interaction joint LINKENS logical MASCOT matching memory methods modules molecules neural networks neurons Object-Oriented Object-Oriented Programming objects operation output parallel pattern phonetics problem Proc procedures processor produced Prolog prototype qualitative query real-time real-time computer representation represented robot rules sensors Sheffield shown in figure signal simulation Smalltalk Software Engineering specification spectrogram speech recognition stack structure task techniques transformation transputer University of Sheffield unsupervised learning user interface variables vector vhich virtual machine vovel