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  • Dedication Introduction PART I - THE CAREER PATH Chapter 1: What Does It Mean to be a Theatrical Mixer Chapter 2: History of Theatrical Sound Chapter 3: Different Positions in Theatrical Sound Chapter 4: Different Levels of Theatrical Sound PART II - THE PREP Chapter 5: Design Team's Job Chapter 6: Mixer's Job Chapter 7: The Shop Chapter 8: Build Schedule Chapter 9: Build Techniques PART III - THE TAKE-IN OR LOAD-IN Chapter 10: Design Team's Job Chapter 11: Mixer's Job Chapter 12: Unions Chapter 13: The Schedule PART IV - TECH Chapter 14: Tony Meola on Mixing Chapter 15: Design Team's Job Chapter 16: Mixer's Job Chapter 17: A2's Job (Mic'ing Techniques) Chapter 18: Troubleshooting Chapter 19: Mixing the Musical Chapter 20: My Advice to Mixers Chapter 21: Tips from the Pros Chapter 22: Suggested Projects for Mixers Epilogue Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815367482 20180910
Mixing a Musical: Broadway Theatrical Sound Techniques, Second Edition pulls the curtain back on one of the least understood careers in live theatre: the role and responsibilities of the sound technician. This comprehensive book encompasses every position from shop crew labor to assistant designer to sound board operator and everything in between. Written in a clear and easy to read style, and illustrated with real-world examples of personal experience and professional interviews, Slaton shows you how to mix live theatre shows from the basics of equipment and set ups, using sound levels to creating atmosphere, emotion and tension to ensure a first rate performance every time. This new edition gives special attention to mixing techniques and practices. And, special features of the book include interviews with some of today's most successful mixers and designers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815367482 20180910
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  • Introduction to Sigma-delta Modulators: Fundamentals, Basic Architecture and Performance Metrics
  • Taxonomy of Sigma-delta Architectures
  • Circuit Errors in Switched-capacitor Sigma-delta Modulators
  • Circuit Errors and Compensation Techniques in Continuous-time Sigma-delta Modulators
  • Behavioral Modeling and High-level Simulation
  • Automated Design and Optimization of Sigma-deltaMs
  • Electrical Design of Sigma-deltaMs: From Systems to Circuits
  • Design Considerations of Sigma-deltaM Subcircuits
  • Practical Realization of Sigma-deltaMs: From Circuits to Chips
  • Frontiers, Trends and Challenges: Towards Next-generation Sigma-delta Modulators
  • State-space Analysis of Clock Jitter in CT-Sigma-deltaMs
  • SIMSIDES User Guide
  • SIMSIDES Block Libraries and Models.
Thoroughly revised and expanded to help readers systematically increase their knowledge and insight about Sigma-Delta Modulators Sigma-Delta Modulators (SDMs) have become one of the best choices for the implementation of analog/digital interfaces of electronic systems integrated in CMOS technologies. Compared to other kinds of Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs), Ms cover one of the widest conversion regions of the resolution-versus-bandwidth plane, being the most efficient solution to digitize signals in an increasingly number of applications, which span from high-resolution low-bandwidth digital audio, sensor interfaces, and instrumentation, to ultra-low power biomedical systems and medium-resolution broadband wireless communications. Following the spirit of its first edition, Sigma-Delta Converters: Practical Design Guide, 2nd Edition takes a comprehensive look at SDMs, their diverse types of architectures, circuit techniques, analysis synthesis methods, and CAD tools, as well as their practical design considerations. It compiles and updates the current research reported on the topic, and explains the multiple trade-offs involved in the whole design flow of Sigma-Delta Modulators--from specifications to chip implementation and characterization. The book follows a top-down approach in order to provide readers with the necessary understanding about recent advances, trends, and challenges in state-of-the-art Ms. It makes more emphasis on two key points, which were not treated so deeply in the first edition: It includes a more detailed explanation of Ms implemented using Continuous-Time (CT) circuits, going from system-level synthesis to practical circuit limitations. It provides more practical case studies and applications, as well as a deeper description of the synthesis methodologies and CAD tools employed in the design of converters. Sigma-Delta Converters: Practical Design Guide, 2nd Edition serves as an excellent textbook for undergraduate and graduate students in electrical engineering as well as design engineers working on SD data-converters, who are looking for a uniform and self-contained reference in this hot topic. With this goal in mind, and based on the feedback received from readers, the contents have been revised and structured to make this new edition a unique monograph written in a didactical, pedagogical, and intuitive style.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119275787 20180917
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  • Introduction / by Matthew Beckler
  • Project 1: Four Simple Projects / by Lenore Edman and Windell Oskay
  • Project 2: Desktop UFO / by James Floyd Kelly
  • Project 3: The Cheater's dice roller / by John Baichtal
  • Project 4: Color-coded LED watch / by John Baichtal
  • Project 5: Real-time music visualizer / by Michael Krumpus
  • Project 6: Automated infrared remote control / by Kaas Baichtal
  • Project 7: Starfield light effect box / by Adam Wolf
  • Project 8: Optical screwdriver / by John Baichtal
  • Project 9: Wearable timing bracer / by Mike Hord
  • Project 10: Wearable lED text-scrolling sash / by Kristina Durivage
  • Appendix: Getting started with soldering / by Matthew Beckler.
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  • Contributor List xvii Foreword 1 xxiii Foreword 2 xxv Acknowledgments xxvii List of Abbreviations xxix Part 1 Introduction and Basics 1 1 Introduction and Motivation 3 Patrick Marsch, OEmer Bulakc i, Olav Queseth and Mauro Boldi 1.1 5th Generation Mobile and Wireless Communications 3 1.2 Timing of this Book and Global 5G Developments 5 1.3 Scope of the 5G System Described in this Book 8 1.4 Approach and Structure of this Book 10 References 12 2 Use Cases, Scenarios, and their Impact on the Mobile Network Ecosystem 15 Salah Eddine Elayoubi, Michal Maternia, Jose F. Monserrat, Frederic Pujol, Panagiotis Spapis, Valerio Frascolla and Davide Sorbara 2.1 Introduction 15 2.2 Main Service Types Considered for 5G 16 2.3 5G Service Requirements 17 2.4 Use Cases Considered in NGMN and 5G PPP Projects 18 2.5 Typical Use Cases Considered in this Book 25 2.6 Envisioned Mobile Network Ecosystem Evolution 28 2.7 Summary and Outlook 33 References 34 3 Spectrum Usage and Management 35 Thomas Rosowski, Rauno Ruismaki, Luis M. Campoy, Giovanna D'Aria, Du Ho Kang and Adrian Kliks 3.1 Introduction 35 3.2 Spectrum Authorization and Usage Scenarios 36 3.3 Spectrum Bandwidth Demand Determination 39 3.4 Frequency Bands for 5G 41 3.5 Spectrum Usage Aspects at High Frequencies 44 3.6 Spectrum Management 49 3.7 Summary and Outlook 53 References 54 4 Channel Modeling 57 Shangbin Wu, Sinh L. H. Nguyen and Raffaele D'Errico 4.1 Introduction 57 4.2 Core Features of New Channel Models 59 4.3 Additional Features of New Channel Models 65 4.4 Summary and Outlook 74 References 75 Part 2 5G System Architecture and E2E Enablers 79 5 E2E Architecture 81 Marco Gramaglia, Alexandros Kaloxylos, Panagiotis Spapis, Xavier Costa, Luis Miguel Contreras, Riccardo Trivisonno, Gerd Zimmermann, Antonio de la Oliva, Peter Rost and Patrick Marsch 5.1 Introduction 81 5.2 Enablers and Design Principles 82 5.3 E2E Architecture Overview 88 5.4 Novel Concepts and Architectural Extensions 97 5.5 Internetworking, Migration and Network Evolution 104 5.6 Summary and Outlook 112 References 112 6 RAN Architecture 115 Patrick Marsch, Navid Nikaein, Mark Doll, Tao Chen and Emmanouil Pateromichelakis 6.1 Introduction 115 6.2 Related Work 116 6.3 RAN Architecture Requirements 118 6.4 Protocol Stack Architecture and Network Functions 119 6.5 Multi-Connectivity 129 6.6 RAN Function Splits and Resulting Logical Network Entities 133 6.7 Deployment Scenarios and Related Physical RAN Architectures 141 6.8 RAN Programmability and Control 144 6.9 Summary and Outlook 147 References 148 7 Transport Network Architecture 151 Anna Tzanakaki, Markos Anastasopoulos, Nathan Gomes, Philippos Assimakopoulos, Josep M. Fabrega, Michela Svaluto Moreolo, Laia Nadal, Jesus Gutierrez, Vladica Sark, Eckhard Grass, Daniel Camps-Mur, Antonio de la Oliva, Nuria Molner, Xavier Costa Perez, Josep Mangues, Ali Yaver, Paris Flegkas, Nikos Makris, Thanasis Korakis and Dimitra Simeonidou 7.1 Introduction 151 7.2 Architecture Definition 153 7.3 Technology Options and Protocols 158 7.4 Self-Backhauling 165 7.5 Technology Integration and Interfacing 168 7.6 Transport Network Optimization and Performance Evaluation 170 7.7 Summary 178 References 178 8 Network Slicing 181 Alexandros Kaloxylos, Christian Mannweiler, Gerd Zimmermann, Marco Di Girolamo, Patrick Marsch, Jakob Belschner, Anna Tzanakaki, Riccardo Trivisonno, OEmer Bulakci, Panagiotis Spapis, Peter Rost, Paul Arnold and Navid Nikaein 8.1 Introduction 181 8.2 Slice Realization in the Different Network Domains 183 8.3 Operational Aspects 196 8.4 Summary and Outlook 202 References 204 9 Security 207 Carolina Canales-Valenzuela, Madalina Baltatu, Luciana Costa, Kai Habel, Volker Jungnickel, Geza Koczian, Felix Ngobigha, Michael C. Parker, Muhammad Shuaib Siddiqui, Eleni Trouva and Stuart D. Walker 9.1 Introduction 207 9.2 Threat Landscape 208 9.3 5G Security Requirements 209 9.4 5G Security Architecture 211 9.5 Summary 224 References 224 10 Network Management and Orchestration 227 Luis M. Contreras, Victor Lopez, Ricard Vilalta, Ramon Casellas, Raul Munoz, Wei Jiang, Hans Schotten, Jose Alcaraz-Calero, Qi Wang, Balazs Sonkoly and Laszlo Toka 10.1 Introduction 227 10.2 Network Management and Orchestration Through SDN and NFV 228 10.3 Enablers of Management and Orchestration 233 10.4 Orchestration in Multi-Domain and Multi-Technology Scenarios 238 10.5 Software-Defined Networking for 5G 245 10.6 Network Function Virtualization in 5G Environments 251 10.7 Autonomic Network Management in 5G 252 10.8 Summary 258 References 259 Part 3 5G Functional Design 263 11 Antenna, PHY and MAC Design 265 Frank Schaich, Catherine Douillard, Charbel Abdel Nour, Malte Schellmann, Tommy Svensson, Hao Lin, Honglei Miao, Hua Wang, Jian Luo, Milos Tesanovic, Nuno Pratas, Sandra Roger and Thorsten Wild 11.1 Introduction 265 11.2 PHY and MAC Design Criteria and Harmonization 267 11.3 Waveform Design 269 11.4 Coding Approaches and HARQ 283 11.5 Antenna Design, Analog, Digital and Hybrid Beamforming 293 11.6 PHY/MAC Design for Multi-Service Support 300 11.7 Summary and Outlook 310 References 311 12 Traffic Steering and Resource Management 315 OEmer Bulakci, Klaus Pedersen, David Gutierrez Estevez, Athul Prasad, Fernando Sanchez Moya, Jan Christoffersson, Yang Yang, Emmanouil Pateromichelakis, Paul Arnold, Tommy Svensson, Tao Chen, Honglei Miao, Martin Kurras, Samer Bazzi, Stavroula Vassaki, Evangelos Kosmatos, Kwang Taik Kim, Giorgio Calochira, Jakob Belschner, Sergio Barberis and Taylan Sahin 12.1 Motivation and Role of Resource Management in 5G 315 12.2 Service Classification: A First Step Towards Efficient RM 317 12.3 Dynamic Multi-Service Scheduling 321 12.4 Fast-Timescale Dynamic Traffic Steering 328 12.5 Network-based Interference Management 335 12.6 Multi-Slice RM 350 12.7 Energy-efficient RAN Moderation 354 12.8 UE Context Management 359 12.9 Summary and Outlook 360 References 361 13 Initial Access, RRC and Mobility 367 Marten Ericson, Panagiotis Spapis, Mikko Saily, Klaus Pedersen, Yinan Qi, Nicolas Barati, Tommy Svensson, Mehrdad Shariat, Marco Giordani, Marco Mezzavilla, Mark Doll, Honglei Miao and Chan Zhou 13.1 Introduction 367 13.2 Initial Access 369 13.3 States and State Handling 381 13.4 Mobility 391 13.5 Summary and Outlook 404 References 404 14 D2D and V2X Communications 409 Shubhranshu Singh, Ji Lianghai, Daniel Calabuig, David Garcia-Roger, Nurul H. Mahmood, Nuno Pratas, Tomasz Mach and Maria Carmela De Gennaro 14.1 Introduction 409 14.2 Technical Status and Standardization Overview 412 14.3 5G Air Interface Candidate Waveforms for Sidelink Support 418 14.4 Device Discovery on the Sidelink 424 14.5 Sidelink Mobility Management 427 14.6 V2X Communications for Road Safety Applications 430 14.7 Industrial Implementation of V2X in the Automotive Domain 434 14.8 Further Evolution of D2D Communications 438 14.9 Summary and Outlook 445 References 446 Part 4 Performance Evaluation and Implementation 451 15 Performance, Energy Efficiency and Techno-Economic Assessment 453 Michal Maternia, Jose F. Monserrat, David Martin-Sacristan, Yong Wu, Changqing Yang, Mauro Boldi, Yu Bao, Frederic Pujol, Giuseppe Piro, Gennaro Boggia, Alessandro Grassi, Hans-Otto Scheck, Ioannis-Prodromos Belikaidis, Andreas Georgakopoulos, Katerina Demesticha and Panagiotis Demestichas 15.1 Introduction 453 15.2 Performance Evaluation Framework 454 15.3 Network Energy Efficiency 467 15.4 Techno-Economic Evaluation and Analysis of 5G Deployment 473 15.5 Summary 478 References 479 16 Implementation of Hardware and Software Platforms 483 Chia-Yu Chang, Dario Sabella, David Garcia-Roger, Dieter Ferling, Fredrik Tillman, Gian Michele Dell'Aera, Leonardo Gomes Baltar, Michael Farber, Miquel Payaro, Navid Nikaein, Pablo Serrano, Raymond Knopp, Sandra Roger, Sylvie Mayrargue and Tapio Rautio 16.1 Introduction 483 16.2 Solutions for Radio Frontend Implementation 484 16.3 Solutions for Digital HW Implementation 492 16.4 Flexible HW/SW Partitioning Solutions for 5G 502 16.5 Implementation of SW Platforms 504 16.6 Implementation Example: vRAN/C-RAN Architecture in OAI 506 16.7 Summary 516 References 517 17 Standardization, Trials, and Early Commercialization 521 Terje Tjelta, Olav Queseth, Didier Bourse, Yves Bellego, Raffaele de Peppe, Hisham Elshaer, Frederic Pujol, Chris Pearson, Chen Xiaobei, Takehiro Nakamura, Akira Matsunaga, Hitoshi Yoshino, Yukihiko Okumura, Dong Ku Kim, Jinhyo Park and Hong Beom Jeon 17.1 Introduction 521 17.2 Standardization Roadmap 522 17.3 Early Deployments 526 17.4 Summary 547 References 547 Index 551.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119425113 20180618
This book provides a comprehensive overview of the latest research and standardization progress towards the 5th generation (5G) of mobile communications technology and beyond. It covers a wide range of topics from 5G use cases and their requirements, to spectrum, 5G end-to-end (E2E) system architecture including core network (CN), transport network (TN) and radio access network (RAN) architecture, network slicing, security and network management. It further dives into the detailed functional design and the evaluation of different 5G concepts, and provides details on planned trials and pre-commercial deployments across the globe. While the book naturally captures the latest agreements in 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) New Radio (NR) Release 15, it goes significantly beyond this by describing the likely developments towards the final 5G system that will ultimately utilize a wide range of spectrum bands, address all envisioned 5G use cases, and meet or exceed the International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT) requirements for the year 2020 and beyond (IMT-2020). 5G System Design: Architectural and Functional Considerations and Long Term Research is based on the knowledge and consensus from 158 leading researchers and standardization experts from 54 companies or institutes around the globe, representing key mobile network operators, network vendors, academic institutions and regional bodies for 5G. Different from earlier books on 5G, it does not focus on single 5G technology components, but describes the full 5G system design from E2E architecture to detailed functional design, including details on 5G performance, implementation and roll-out.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119425113 20180618
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  • Chapter 1. Introduction.- Chapter 2.Algorithms for accurate spectral analysis in the presence of arbitrary non-coherency and large distortion.- Chapter 3.Accurate spectral testing with arbitrary non- coherency in sampling and simultaneous drifts in amplitude and frequency.- Chapter 4.High-purity sine wave generation using nonlinear DAC with pre-distortion based on low-cost accurate DAC-ADC co-testing.- Chapter 5.Low cost ultra-pure sine wave generation with self-calibration.- Chapter 6.Accurate spectral testing with non-coherent sampling for multi-tone test.- Chapter 7.Accurate spectral testing with impure test stimulus for multi-tone test.- Chapter 8.Multi-tone sine wave generation achieving the theoretical minimum of peak-to-average power ratio.- Chapter 9.Accurate linearity testing using low purity stimulus robust against flicker noise.- Chapter 10.Summary.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319777177 20180730
This book introduces a family of new methods for accurate and robust spectral testing and fills an information gap, as the requirements in standard test have grown increasingly challenging in recent high precision testing, especially as the device performance has continued to improve. Test engineers will be enabled to accurately set their devices & systems at much simpler test setup, much reduced complexity and much lower cost.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319777177 20180730
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  • Preface vii References xi 1 Introduction 1 1.1 Optical Transceivers 1 1.2 Modulation Formats 5 1.3 Transmission Modes 12 References 20 2 Optical Fibers 25 2.1 Loss and Bandwidth 25 2.2 Dispersion 29 2.3 Nonlinearities 34 2.4 Pulse Spreading due to Chromatic Dispersion 37 2.5 Summary 40 Problems 41 References 42 3 Photodetectors 45 3.1 pin Photodetector 46 3.2 Avalanche Photodetector 60 3.3 pin Detector with Optical Preamplifier 67 3.4 Integrated Photodetectors 78 3.5 Detectors for Phase-Modulated Optical Signals 86 3.6 Summary 94 Problems 96 References 97 4 Receiver Fundamentals 107 4.1 Receiver Model 108 4.2 Noise and Bit-Error Rate 110 4.3 Signal-to-Noise Ratio 116 4.4 Sensitivity 120 4.5 Noise Bandwidths and Personick Integrals 134 4.6 Optical Signal-to-Noise Ratio 138 4.7 Power Penalty 146 4.8 Inter-symbol Interference and Bandwidth 151 4.9 Frequency Response 162 4.10 Summary 167 Problems 168 References 171 5 Transimpedance Amplifier Specifications 177 5.1 Transimpedance 177 5.2 Input Overload Current 182 5.3 Maximum Input Current for Linear Operation 183 5.4 Bandwidth 184 5.5 Phase Linearity and Group Delay Variation 186 5.6 Timing Jitter 187 5.7 Input Referred Noise Current 187 5.8 Crosstalk 193 5.9 Product Examples 195 5.10 Summary 195 Problems 197 References 198 6 Basic Transimpedance Amplifier Design 201 6.1 Low and High Impedance Front Ends 202 6.2 Shunt Feedback TIA 205 6.3 Noise Analysis 224 6.4 Noise Optimization 236 6.5 Noise Matching 248 6.6 Summary 260 Problems 262 References 265 7 Advanced Transimpedance Amplifier Design I 271 7.1 TIA with Post Amplifier 271 7.2 TIA with Differential Inputs and Outputs 276 7.3 TIA with DC Input Current Control 281 7.4 TIA with Adaptive Transimpedance 284 7.5 Common Base and Common Gate TIAs 292 7.6 Regulated Cascode TIA 303 7.7 TIA with Inductive Broadbanding 311 7.8 Distributed Amplifier TIA 315 7.9 Summary 321 Problems 323 References 324 8 Advanced Transimpedance Amplifier Design II 331 8.1 TIA with Nonresistive Feedback 331 8.2 Current Mode TIA 337 8.3 TIA with Bootstrapped Photodetector 339 8.4 Burst Mode TIA 340 8.5 Analog Receiver TIA 347 8.6 Summary 351 Problems 352 References 352 9 Transimpedance Amplifier Circuit Examples 359 9.1 BJT, HBT, and BiCMOS Circuits 359 9.2 CMOS Circuits 366 9.3 MESFET and HFET Circuits 373 9.4 Summary 375 References 378 A Communication Signals 383 A.1 NonReturn-to-Zero Signal 384 A.2 Return-to-Zero Signal 387 A.3 Pulse Amplitude Modulated Signal 389 A.4 Analog Television Signal 391 A.5 Digital Television Signal 394 References 396 B Eye Diagrams 397 References 404 C Timing Jitter 405 C.1 Data Jitter 405 C.2 Clock Jitter 415 C.3 Jitter, Phase Noise, and BitError Rate 419 Problems 422 References 422 D Nonlinearity 425 D.1 Gain Compression 426 D.2 Harmonic Distortions 427 D.3 Intermodulation Distortions 429 D.4 Composite Distortions 430 Problems 433 References 433 E Adaptive Equalizers 435 E.1 Feedforward and Decision Feedback Equalizers 436 E.2 Adaptation Algorithms 440 E.3 Hardware Implementations 444 Problems 447 References 447 F Decision Point Control 453 Problems 457 References 457 G Forward Error Correction 459 Problems 464 References 465 H Second Order Low Pass Transfer Functions 467 References 479 I Answers to the Problems 481 References 514 J Notation 517 K Symbols 519 L Acronyms 529 Index 537.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119263753 20180423
An up-to-date, comprehensive guide for advanced electrical engineering studentsand electrical engineers working in the IC and optical industries This book covers the major transimpedance amplifier (TIA) topologies and their circuit implementations for optical receivers. This includes the shunt-feedback TIA, common-base TIA, common-gate TIA, regulated-cascode TIA, distributed-amplifier TIA, nonresistive feedback TIA, current-mode TIA, burst-mode TIA, and analog-receiver TIA. The noise, transimpedance, and other performance parameters of these circuits are analyzed and optimized. Topics of interest include post amplifiers, differential vs. single-ended TIAs, DC input current control, and adaptive transimpedance. The book features real-world examples of TIA circuits for a variety of receivers (direct detection, coherent, burst-mode, etc.) implemented in a broad array of technologies (HBT, BiCMOS, CMOS, etc.). The book begins with an introduction to optical communication systems, signals, and standards. It then moves on to discussions of optical fiber and photodetectors. This discussion includes p-i-n photodetectors; avalanche photodetectors (APD); optically preamplified detectors; integrated detectors, including detectors for silicon photonics; and detectors for phase-modulated signals, including coherent detectors. This is followed by coverage of the optical receiver at the system level: the relationship between noise, sensitivity, optical signal-to-noise ratio (OSNR), and bit-error rate (BER) is explained; receiver impairments, such as intersymbol interference (ISI), are covered. In addition, the author presents TIA specifications and illustrates them with example values from recent product data sheets. The book also includes: Many numerical examples throughout that help make the material more concrete for readers Real-world product examples that show the performance of actual IC designs Chapter summaries that highlight the key points Problems and their solutions for readers who want to practice and deepen their understanding of the material Appendices that cover communication signals, eye diagrams, timing jitter, nonlinearity, adaptive equalizers, decision point control, forward error correction (FEC), and second-order low-pass transfer functions Analysis and Design of Transimpedance Amplifiers for Optical Receivers belongs on the reference shelves of every electrical engineer working in the IC and optical industries. It also can serve as a textbook for upper-level undergraduates and graduate students studying integrated circuit design and optical communication.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119263753 20180423
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  • Preface Acknowledgments Symbols Introduction Numerical and Analytical Methods on Boundary Value Problems Governing Equations Mathematical Model Results and Numerical Analysis Conclusions Solutions Bibliography Author's Biography Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781681732800 20180403
The investigation of the behavior of ferromagnetic particles in an external magnetic field is important for use in a wide range of applications in magnetostatics problems, from biomedicine to engineering. To the best of the author's knowledge, the systematic analysis for this kind of investigation is not available in the current literature. Therefore, this book contributes a complete solution for investigating the behavior of two ferromagnetic spherical particles, immersed in a uniform magnetic field, by obtaining exact mathematical models on a boundary value problem. While there are a vast number of common numerical and analytical methods for solving boundary value problems in the literature, the rapidly growing complexity of these solutions causes increase usage of the computer tools in practical cases. We analytically solve the boundary value problem by using a special technique called a bispherical coordinates system and the numerical computations were obtained by a computer tool. In addition to these details, we will present step-by-step instructions with simple explanations throughout the book, in an effort to act as inspiration in the reader's own modeling for relevant applications in science and engineering. On the other hand, the resulting analytical expressions will constitute benchmark solutions for specified geometric arrangements, which are beneficial for determining the validity of other relevant numerical techniques. The generated results are analyzed quantitatively as well as qualitatively in various approaches. Moreover, the methodology of this book can be adopted for real-world applications in the fields of ferrohydrodynamics, applied electromagnetics, fluid dynamics, electrical engineering, and so forth. Higher-level university students, academics, engineers, scientists, and researchers involved in the aforementioned fields are the intended audience for this book.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781681732800 20180403
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  • Introduction "Applied Media Studies: Interventions for the Digitally Intermediated Age, " by Kirsten Ostherr "Applied Media Studies and Digital Humanities: Technology, Textuality, Methodology, " by Lindsay Graham Foundations "Foundations of Applied Media Studies, " by Kirsten Ostherr, Heidi Rae Cooley, Bo Reimer, Anne Balsamo, Patrick Vonderau, Elizabeth Losh, Eric Hoyt, Tara McPherson, and Jason Farman "From Vectors to Scalar: A Brief Primer for Applied Media Studies, " by Tara McPherson "The Medical Futures Lab: An Applied Media Studies Experiment in Digital Medical Humanities, " by Kirsten Ostherr Challenges "Pleasures and Perils of Hands-On, Collaborative Work, " by Kirsten Ostherr, Lisa Parks, Patrick Vonderau, Elizabeth Losh, Bo Reimer, Tara McPherson, Jason Farman, Heidi Rae Cooley, and Eric Hoyt "Media Fieldwork: Critical Reflections on Collaborative ICT Research in Rural Zambia, " by Lisa Parks, Lindsay Palmer, and Daniel Grinberg "Rapid Response: DIY Curricula from FemTechNet to Crowd-Sourced Syllabi, " by Elizabeth Losh Translation "Transdisciplinary Collaboration and Translational Media-Making, " by Kirsten Ostherr, Eric Hoyt, Tara McPherson, Bo Reimer, Lisa Parks, Jason Farman, Elizabeth Losh, Patrick Vonderau, and Heidi Rae Cooley "Collaborating Across Differences: The AIDS Quilt Touch Project, " by Anne Balsamo "The Time and Structure of Cross-College Collaboration: Developing a Shared Vocabulary and Practice, " Heidi Rae Cooley Intervention "Unintended Consequences, " by Kirsten Ostherr, Anne Balsamo, Jason Farman, Elizabeth Losh, Patrick Vonderau, Heidi Rae Cooley, Eric Hoyt, Tara McPherson, and Bo Reimer "Technology and Language, or How to Apply Media Industries Research?" by Patrick Vonderau "Transforming the Urban Environment: Media Interventions, Accountability and Agonism, " by Bo Reimer Infrastructure "Architectures of Sustainability, " by Kirsten Ostherr, Tara McPherson, Heidi Rae Cooley, Patrick Vonderau, Lisa Parks, Jason Farman, Elizabeth Losh, Eric Hoyt, Anne Balsamo, and Bo Reimer "Building a Lantern and Keeping It Burning, " by Eric Hoyt Conclusion "Conceptual Models and Helpful Thinkers, " by Kirsten Ostherr, Jason Farman, Anne Balsamo, Patrick Vonderau, Elizabeth Losh, Bo Reimer, Heidi Rae Cooley, Tara McPherson, and Eric Hoyt ã .
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138578265 20180129
In the age of the maker movement, hackathons and do-it-yourself participatory culture, the boundaries between digital media theory and production have dissolved. Multidisciplinary humanities labs have sprung up around the globe, generating new forms of hands-on, critical, and creative work. The scholars, artists, and scientists behind these projects are inventing new ways of doing media studies teaching and research, developing innovative techniques through experimental practice. Featuring leading scholar-makers with years of experience creating applied media projects, this book presents behind-the-scenes stories, detailed case studies, and candid interviews with contributors. They describe projects such as reverse-engineering Spotify algorithms, building new mobile media networks in low-resource settings, hashtag activism, community-based locative storytelling app creation, collaborative and participatory design of medical media interfaces, and invention of new platforms for multimodal, transmedia storytelling. Readers will find practical advice and conceptual frameworks that prepare them to launch their own hands-on, participatory media projects using twenty-first-century tools and methods.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138578265 20180129
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  • Table of Contents Cross Platform with .NET Core Visual Studio 2015, C# 6, IDEs and Roslyn NPM, package managers and task runners Reusing your code with Nuget S.O.L.I.D principles, Inversion Of Control and Dependency Injection Entity Framework Core Micro-Orms, NoSQL and Azure Storage Cache & Session: Distributed, Server & Client Routing MVC Web API Filters ModelBinding, ViewModels & Validation Razor & Views TagHelpers & ViewComponents OWIN & Middlewares Security Front-end Development Deployment & Hosting.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781785889660 20180423
Learn to implement ASP.NET Core features to build effective software that can be scaled and maintained easily Key Features Practical solutions to recurring issues in the web development world Recipes on the latest features of ASP.Net Core 2.0 Coverage of Bootstrap, Angular, and JavaScript lets you supercharge your frontend Book DescriptionThe ASP.NET Core 2.0 Framework has been designed to meet all the needs of today's web developers. It provides better control, support for test-driven development, and cleaner code. Moreover, it's lightweight and allows you to run apps on Windows, OSX and Linux, making it the most popular web framework with modern day developers. This book takes a unique approach to web development, using real-world examples to guide you through problems with ASP.NET Core 2.0 web applications. It covers Visual Studio 2017- and ASP.NET Core 2.0-specifc changes and provides general MVC development recipes. It explores setting up .NET Core, Visual Studio 2017, Node.js modules, and NuGet. Next, it shows you how to work with Inversion of Control data pattern and caching. We explore everyday ASP.NET Core MVC 2.0 patterns and go beyond it into troubleshooting. Finally, we lead you through migrating, hosting, and deploying your code. By the end of the book, you'll not only have explored every aspect of ASP.NET Core MVC 2.0, you'll also have a reference you can keep coming back to whenever you need to get the job done. What you will learn Build ASP.Net Core 2.0 applications using HTTP services with WebApi Learn to unit-test, load test, and perform test applications using client-side and server-side frameworks Debug, monitor and troubleshoot ASP.Net Core 2.0 applications using popular tools Reuse components with NuGet and create modular components with middleware Create applications using client-side technologies such as HTML5, JavaScript, jQuery, and Angular Build responsive and dynamic UIs for your MVC apps using Bootstrap Leverage tools like Karma, Jasmine, QUnit, xUnit, Selenium, Microsoft Fakes, and Visual Studio 2017 Enterprise Who this book is forThis book is written for the ASP.NET developer who wants to deliver professional-standard software, quickly and efficiently. It's filled with hands-on recipes, practical advice, and guidance to help developers with every aspect of the ASP.NET development cycle. Whether you've just started out or are a seasoned pro, the Asp.Net Core 2.0 Cookbook is written for you.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781785889660 20180423
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xxiv, 310 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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xii, 218 pages ; 24 cm.
  • List of Tables and Figures Preface Acknowledgments Chapter 1. YouTube as a Global Online Video Portal and an Alternative to TV Louisa Ha Chapter 2. Users and Non-users of YouTube and Online Video Services Mohammad Abuljadail Chapter 3. What Do Digital Natives Watch on YouTube? Alyssa Fisher and Louisa Ha Chapter 4. How Digital Natives Watch Online Videos: Digital Divide and Media Devices Louisa Ha Chapter 5. YouTube Product Review Videos as eWOM Nicky Chang Bi Chapter 6. Comments on YouTube Product Review Videos Xiaoli Wen Chapter 7. YouTube and Other Social Media Fiouna Ruonan Zhang and Nicky Chang Bi Chapter 8. Brand Videos on YouTube Alyssa Fisher Chapter 9. Sponsored Videos on YouTube Fiouna Ruonan Zhang Chapter 10. Online Video Advertising Viewership and Avoidance on YouTube Kisun Kim and Claire Youngnyo Joa Chapter 11. Most Popular YouTube Channels Louisa Ha Chapter 12. Is YouTube Red the Ultimate Viewing Experience and the Future of Online Video Audience Research Louisa Ha Appendix A. Survey Questionnaire Appendix B. In-depth Interview Protocol Index About the Editor About the Contributors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498576482 20180813
The Audience and Business of YouTube and Online Videos is a thorough analysis of YouTube audiences and creators of online videos that considers how the coexistence of user-generated and professional media content on YouTube makes the site a unique platform in the ever-expanding online video industry. Using a mixed method approach, the authors examine the underexplored business side of YouTube with a focus on product review videos, brand videos, sponsored videos, and online video advertising. This book also addresses recent developments such as YouTube Red subscription, pay TV, and movie services and discusses the future of online video audience research. Recommended for scholars interested in media studies, communication, marketing, and popular culture.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498576482 20180813
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