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Book
902 pages
Engineering Library (Terman)
Book
xv, 263 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
Journal/Periodical
volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
1 online resource (474 p.) : ill. (some col.)
"Two-dimensional materials have had widespread applications in nanoelectronics, catalysis, gas capture, water purification, energy storage and conversion. Initially based around graphene, research has since moved on to looking at alternatives, including transitions metal dichalcogenides, layered topological insulators, metallic mono-chalcogenides, borocarbonitrides and phosphorene. This book provides a review of research in the field of these materials, including investigation into their defects, analysis on hybrid structures focusing on their properties and synthesis, and characterization and applications of 2D materials beyond graphene. It is designed to be a single-point reference for students, teachers and researchers of chemistry and its related subjects, particularly in the field of nanomaterials."--Publisher's website.
Book
xii, 233 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
  • 1: Character Modeling. 2: Character UVs and Texture. 3: Character Rigging. 4: Character Skinning. 5: Facial Setup. 6: Testing The Rig. Appendix A: Character Animation Tricks and Tools. Appendix B: Character Design and 3DTips. Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781683921707 20180625
3D Character Development Workshop is designed to fast-track comprehension of the concepts, tools, and methods of character rigging so that you can get past the technical hurdles and on to animating! This comprehensive guide is simple enough for non-technical artists to follow, yet presented in a holistic, comprehensive, best-practices approach so professional and student animators and artists can begin designing and animating their own fully-functioning characters.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781683921707 20180625
Green Library
Book
166 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Preface Introduction 1. The History of 3D Printing in Relation to the Visual Arts 2. An Overview of Current 3D Printing Technologies: What Each Offers and How They Might Develop in the Future 3. Crafts and Craftspeople Case Study: Jack Row Case Study: Marianne Forrest Case Study: Michael Eden 4. The Fine Arts Case Study: Sophie Kahn Case Study: Jonathan Monaghan Case Study: Mat Collishaw Case Study: Sebastian Burdon 5. Design and Designers: Case Studies from Contemporary Designers Case Study: Assa Ashuach Case Study: Laura Alvarado and Vivian Meller Case Study: Lionel Dean Case Study: Dr Peter Walters 6. Hackspaces, Fablabs and Makerspaces, Art Research: The COllaborative and More Public Face of 3D Printing and its Future in the Arts Case Study: Don Undeen 7. Fashion and Animation Case Study: Michael Schmidt 8. Conclusion Glossary Further Reading List Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781474248723 20180306
Fully revised and with a new chapter and international case studies, this second edition of the best-selling book traces how artists and designers continue to adapt and incorporate 3D printing technology into their work and explains how the creative industries are directly interfacing with this new technology. Covering a broad range of applied art practice - from fine art and furniture-design to film-making - Stephen Hoskins introduces some of his groundbreaking research from the Centre for Fine Print Research along with an updated history of 3D print technology, a new chapter on fashion and animation, and new case studies featuring artists working with metal, plastic, ceramic and other materials. A fascinating investigation into how the applied arts continue to adapt to new technologies and a forecast of what developments we might expect in the future, this book is essential reading for students, researchers studying contemporary art and design and professionals involved in the creative industries.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781474248723 20180306
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Software/Multimedia
1 online resource (202 p.) : col. ill., col. maps.
"An underpinning force in Singapore's remarkable 50-year transformation into a sophisticated world-class city, engineering has contributed significantly to the nation's economic, infrastructural and social developments. A joint publication by The Institution of Engineers, Singapore, and World Scientific Publishing, to celebrate Singapore's 50th birthday, 50 Years of Engineering in Singapore brings to life the extraordinary engineering feats across multiple disciplines and tells the stories of these exceptional engineers who, with their determinations and courage, turned the little red dot into a jewel of a city. A vibrant record of engineering excellence, the publication traces the goliath challenges impeding the nation's growth over the past five decades, and the engineering innovations that brought about wealth creation, higher standards of living, and enhanced liveability. This compendium covers land transportation (ERP system, MRT and LRT, roads and buses system); water management and engineering; energy (supply and maintenance); manufacturing in the areas of electronics, precision engineering, chemical and pharmaceutical/bio-medical engineering; housing/cities/infrastructure and land use (reclamation and underground); air and sea hub; and telecommunications, ICT and software."-- Provided by publisher.
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1 online resource
  • 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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1 online resource. Digital: text file; PDF.
  • Intro; Abstract; Acknowledgments; Contents; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Background on Spectral Testing; 1.2 IEEE Standards and Conventional Spectral Testing; 1.3 Conventional Spectral Testing Challenges; References; Chapter 2: Algorithms for Accurate Spectral Analysis in the Presence of Arbitrary Non-coherency and Large Distortion; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Problem Statement; 2.3 Algorithms for Resolving Non-coherency with Large Distortion; 2.3.1 Algorithm 1; 2.3.2 Algorithm 2; 2.3.3 Algorithm 3; 2.3.4 Algorithm Analysis; 2.4 Simulation Results; 2.4.1 Functionality; 2.4.2 Robustness.
  • 2.5 Measurement Results2.6 Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: Accurate Spectral Testing with Arbitrary Non-coherency in Sampling and Simultaneous Drifts in Amplitude and Frequen ... ; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Standard Test and Drift Issue; 3.2.1 Standard Test; 3.2.2 Challenges of Amplitude/Frequency Drift and Non-coherent Sampling; 3.3 Proposed Algorithm; 3.3.1 Drift Segmentation; 3.3.2 Drift Modeling; 3.3.3 Signal Segmentation and Drift Estimation; 3.3.4 Error Analysis; 3.3.5 Segment Length Selection; 3.4 Simulation Results; 3.4.1 Functionality; 3.4.2 Robustness: Segment Length.
  • 3.4.3 Robustness: Number of Periods3.4.4 Robustness: Non-coherency; 3.5 Measurement Results; 3.6 Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: High-Purity Sine Wave Generation Using Nonlinear DAC with Pre-distortion Based on Low-Cost Accurate DAC-ADC Co-test ... ; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Challenges of the Standard Test; 4.3 Proposed Method; 4.3.1 ADC Nonlinearity Estimation; 4.3.2 DAC Nonlinearity Estimation; 4.3.3 Pre-distortion; 4.4 Simulation Results; 4.4.1 Functionality; 4.4.2 Robustness; 4.5 Measurement Results; 4.6 Conclusion; References.
  • Chapter 5: Low-Cost Ultrapure Sine Wave Generation with Self-Calibration5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Proposed Method; 5.2.1 Signal Derivation; 5.2.2 Fundamental Amplitude Match; 5.2.3 Fundamental Phase Match; 5.2.4 Non-coherent Fundamental Identification; 5.2.5 DAC Nonlinearity Estimation; 5.2.6 Cal DAC Calibration; 5.2.7 Ultrapure Signal Capturing; 5.2.8 Iterations and Convergence; 5.3 Simulation Results; 5.4 Measurement Results; 5.5 Conclusion; References; Chapter 6: Accurate Spectral Testing with Non-coherent Sampling for Multi-tone Test; 6.1 Introduction.
  • 6.2 Non-coherent Sampling for Multi-tone Test6.3 Proposed Method; 6.3.1 Fundamentals Initial Estimation; 6.3.2 More Accurate Estimation of the Fundamentals; 6.3.3 Coherent Spectrum Construction; 6.4 Simulation Results; 6.4.1 Functionality; 6.4.2 Robustness; 6.5 Measurement Results; 6.6 Conclusion; References; Chapter 7: Accurate Spectral Testing with Impure Test Stimulus for Multi-tone Test; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Impure Test Stimulus for Multi-tone Test; 7.3 Proposed Method; 7.3.1 Impure Stimulus; 7.3.2 Two Filters; 7.3.3 Proposed Method; 7.3.4 Discussion; 7.4 Simulation Results.
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  • 1. Definition and generality on acoustic emission. 2. Acoustic emission and identification of damage mechanisms. 3. Acoustic energy and time to failure prediction. 4. Examples of damage identification and lifetime prediction of composites.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119510512 20180618
  • Introduction ix Chapter 1. Acoustic Emission: Definition and Overview 1 1.1. Overview 1 1.2. Acoustic waves 8 1.2.1. Infinite medium: volume waves 8 1.2.2. Semi-infinite medium: surface waves 9 1.2.3. Guided waves 9 1.2.4. Anisotropic medium and wave attenuation 10 1.3. The sensors and acquisition system 12 1.4. Location of sources 16 1.5. The extracted descriptors from the AE signal 21 1.5.1. Time domain descriptors 22 1.5.2. Frequency domain descriptors 26 1.5.3. Time frequency analysis 30 1.6. The different analyses of AE data 32 1.6.1. Conventional analysis: qualitative analysis 32 1.6.2. Multivariable statistical analysis: application of pattern recognition techniques 42 1.7. Added value of quantitative acoustic emission 55 Chapter 2. Identification of the Acoustic Signature of Damage Mechanisms 59 2.1. Selection of signals for analysis 59 2.2. Acoustic signature of fiber rupture: model materials 63 2.2.1. Characterization of the fiber at the scale of the bundle 64 2.2.2. At the microcomposite scale 69 2.2.3. At the minicomposite scale 72 2.3. Discrimination using temporal descriptors of damage mechanisms in composites: single-descriptor analysis 75 2.4. Identification of the acoustic signature of composite damage mechanisms from a frequency descriptor 79 2.5. Identification of the acoustic signature of composite damage mechanisms using a time/frequency analysis 81 2.6. Modal acoustic emission 82 2.7. Unsupervised multivariable statistical analysis 84 2.7.1. Damage identification for organic matrix composites 85 2.7.2. Static fatigue damage sequence identification for a ceramic matrix composite 89 2.7.3. Identification of the cyclic fatigue damage sequence for a ceramic matrix composite 92 2.7.4. Validation of cluster labeling 96 2.8. Supervised multivariable statistical analysis 100 2.8.1. Library created from data based on model materials 100 2.8.2. Library created from structured data by unsupervised classification 103 2.9. The limits of multivariable statistical analysis based on pattern recognition techniques 104 2.9.1. Performance of algorithms 105 2.9.2. Influence of the acquisition conditions and the geometry of the samples 113 2.10. Contribution of modeling: towards quantitative acoustic emission 120 Chapter 3. Lifetime Estimation 123 3.1. Prognostic models: physical or data-oriented models 125 3.2. Generalities on power laws: link with seismology 128 3.3. Acoustic energy 133 3.3.1. Definition of acoustic energy 133 3.3.2. Taking into account coupling and definition of equivalent energy 134 3.4. Identification of critical times or characteristic times in long-term tests: towards lifetime prediction 136 3.4.1. The RAE emission coefficient 137 3.4.2. Optimal circle contribution: highlighting the critical region 139 3.4.3. The attenuation coefficient B 140 3.4.4. The RLU coefficient for cyclic fatigue tests 142 3.4.5. The coupling between acoustic energy and mechanical energy: the Sentry function 144 3.5. Simulation of the release of energy using a power law: prediction of the rupture time 146 Conclusion 151 Bibliography 153 Index 181.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781786300195 20180618
In this book, two kinds of analysis based on acoustic emission recorded during mechanical tests are investigated. In the first, individual, analysis, acoustic signature of each damage mechanism is characterized. So with a clustering method, AE signals that have similar shapes or similar features can be group together into a cluster. Afterwards, each cluster can be linked with a main damage. The second analysis is based on a global AE analysis, on the investigation of liberated energy, with a view to identify a critical point. So beyond this characteristic point, the criticality can be modeled with a power-law in order to evaluate time to failure.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781786300195 20180618
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