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“Trends in Neural Computation” ed. by Ke Chen, Lipo Wang

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"Trends in Neural Computation" ed. by Ke Chen, Lipo Wang
Studies in Computational Intelligence, Volume 35
S?ring?r | 2007 | ISBN: 3540361219 9783540361213 | 510 pages | PDF | 16 MB
This book reflects the progresses made in different areas of neural computation, including theoretical neural computation, biologically plausible neural modeling, computational cognitive science, artificial neural networks architectures and learning algorithms and their applications in real-world problems.

“Trends in Neural Computation” ed. by Ke Chen, Lipo Wang
Tte book includes twenty chapters either contributed from leading experts or formed by extending well selected papers presented in the 2005 International Conference on Natural Computation.

Contents
Preface
1 Hyperbolic Function Networks for Pattern Classification
2 Variable Selection for the Linear Support Vector Machine
3 Selecting Data for Fast Support Vector Machines Training
4 Universal Approach to Study Delayed Dynamical Systems
5 A Hippocampus-Neocortex Model for Chaotic Association
6 Latent Attractors: A General Paradigm for Context-Dependent Neural Computation
7 Learning Mechanisms in Networks of Spiking Neurons
8 GTSOM: Game Theoretic Self-organizing Maps
9 How to Generate Different Neural Networks
10 A Gradient-Based Forward Greedy Algorithm for Space Gaussian Process Regression
11 An Evolved Recurrent Neural Network and Its Application
12 A Min-Max Modular Network with Gaussian-Zero-Crossing Function
13 Combining Competitive Learning Networks of Various Representations for Sequential Data Clustering
14 Modular Neural Networks and Their Applications in Biometrics
15 Performance Analysis of Dynamic Cell Structures
16 Short Term Electric Load Forecasting: A Tutorial
17 Performance Improvement for Formation-Keeping Control Using a Neural Network HJI Approach
18 A Robust Blind Neural Equalizer Based on Higher-Order Cumulants
19 The Artificial Neural Network Applied to Servo Control System
20 Robot Localization Using Vision
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High-Field EPR Spectroscopy on Proteins and their Model Systems

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Klaus Möbius, Anton Savitsky, M J Davies, "High-Field EPR Spectroscopy on Proteins and their Model Systems: Characterization of Transient Paramagnetic States"
2009 | pages: 391 | ISBN: 0854043683 | PDF | 7,2 mb

High-Field EPR Spectroscopy on Proteins and their Model Systems
Understanding the major factors determining the specificity of transmembrane transfer processes in proteins is currently a hot topic in molecular bio-science. Advanced electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) at high magnetic fields is a powerful technique for characterizing the transient states of proteins in action on biologically relevant time scales. This book offers a comprehensive overview of experimental techniques in, and paradigmatic examples of, the application of high-field EPR spectroscopy in biology and chemistry. It focuses on the use of the technique in conjunction with site-specific mutation strategies and advanced quantum-chemical computation methods to reveal protein structure and dynamics. This yields new insights into biological processes at the atomic and molecular level. The theoretical and instrumental background of high-field EPR is described and examples of paradigmatic protein systems, such as photosynthesis, are discussed in the light of recent investigations. Aspects of structure-dynamics-function relations that are revealed by studying site-specific mutants are highlighted, thereby combining high-field EPR with genetic engineering techniques. The information obtained complements that obtained from protein crystallography, solid-state NMR, infrared and optical spectroscopy. The book documents both background knowledge and results of the latest research in the field. Unique features include comparisons of information content of EPR, ENDOR, Triple resonance, ESEEM and PELDOR taken at different microwave frequencies and magnetic fields. Coherent treatment of the subject by the leading Berlin high-field EPR laboratory covers the theoretical background as well as state-of-art research both in terms of instrumentation and application to biological systems. Finally, the book provides an outlook to future developments and references for further reading. High-Field EPR Spectroscopy on Proteins in Action is essential reading for scientists, professionals, academics and post graduate students working in this field.
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Comprehensive Robotics Books Collection

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Comprehensive Robotics Books Collection
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Comprehensive Robotics Books Collection
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123 Robotics Experiments for the Evil Genius.pdf
Absolute Beginner's Guide to Building Robots – Gareth Branwyn.chm
Active Visual Inference of Surface Shape – Roberto Cipolla.pdf
Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines – Hiroshi Kimura et al (Eds).pdf
Advances in Robot Kinematics – Jadran Lenarcic and Bernard Roth (Eds).pdf
Amphibionics Build Your Own Biologically Inspired Reptilian Robot – Karl Williams.pdf
An Introduction to MEMs Engineering – Nadim Maluf and Kirt Williams.pdf
Anatomy of a Rrobot – Charles M Bergren.pdf
Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems for Engineers.pdf
Artificial Mind System – Kernel Memory Approach – Tetsuya Hoya.pdf
Autonomous Mobile Robots – Shuzhi Sam Ge & Frank L Lewis.pdf
Autonomous Robotic Systems – Anibal T. de Almeida and Oussama Khatib (Eds).pdf
Autonomous Robots – Modeling, Path Planning, and Control.pdf
Bio-MEMS Technologies and Applications – Wang and Soper (Eds).pdf
Biomimetics – Biologically Inspired Technologies – Yoseph Bar Cohen.pdf
Build a Remote Controlled Robot – David R Shircliff.pdf
Build A Remote-Controlled Robot (Malestrom).pdf
Build Your Own Combat Robot – Pete Miles.pdf
Build_a_Remote_Controlled_Robot.pdf
Build_Your_Own_Combat_Robot.pdf
Cells and Robots – Milutinovic and Lima.pdf
CNC Robotics – Geoff Williams.pdf
Complex Robotic Systems – Pasquale Chiacchio & Stefano Chiaverini (Eds).pdf
Concise Encyclopedia of Robotics – Stan Gibilisco.pdf
Control of Intelligent Robotic Interfaces – Cristian Secchi.pdf
Control of Redundant Robot Manipulators – R.V. Patel and F. Shadpey.pdf
Control of Robot Manipulators in Joint Space – R. Kelly, V. Santibanez and A. Loria.pdf
Control of Single Wheel Robots – Yangsheng Xu & Yongsheng Ou.pdf
Control Problems in Robotics and Automation – B. Siciliano and K.P. Valavanis (Eds).pdf
CRC Press – Mechanical Engineering Handbook – Robotics.pdf
CRC Press – Opto-Mechatronic Systems Handbook.pdf
CRC Press – Robotics and Automation Handbook.pdf
CRC Press – The Mechatronics Handbook.pdf
Creating Cool MINDSTORMS NXT Robots – (Malestrom).pdf
Designing Mobile Autonomous Robots – John Holland.pdf
Designing Sociable Robots – Cynthia L Breazeal.pdf
Dynamic Vision for Perception and Control of Motion – Ernst D. Dickmanns.pdf
Effective Computational Geometry for Curves & Surfaces – Boissonnat & Teillaud.pdf
Efficient Collision Detection for Animation and Robotics – Ming C Lin.pdf
Electroactive Polymers for Robotic Applications – Kim & Tadokoro (Eds.).pdf
Embedded Robotics – Thomas Braunl.pdf
Environment Learning for Indoor Mobile Robots – Andrade Cetto & Sanfeliu.pdf
Field and Service Robotics – Corke P. and Sukkarieh S.(Eds).pdf
Field and Service Robotics- Recent Advances – Yuta S. et al (Eds).pdf
Fundamentals of Robotic Mechanical Systems – Jorge Angeles.pdf
Fundamentals of Robotics Linking Perception to Action – Ming Xie.pdf
Grippers in Motion – the Fascination of Automated Handling Tasks – Wolf.pdf
Hacking Roomba – Tod E.Kurt.pdf
Handbook of Geometric Computing – Eduardo Bayro Corrochano.pdf
Handbook of Industrial Automation – Richard L. Shell and Ernest L. Hall.pdf
Handbook of Robotics – Springer (Malestrom).pdf
Industrial Robots Programming – J. Norberto Pires.pdf
Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics I – Braz J.pdf
Innovations in Intelligent Machines 1 – Javaan Singh Chahl et al (Eds).pdf
Innovations in Robot Mobility and Control – Srikanta Patnaik et al (Eds).pdf
Intelligent Autonomous Robotics – A Robot Soccer Case Study – Peter Stone.pdf
Introduction to AI Robotics – Murphy R.R.pdf
Introduction to Autonomous Mobile Robots – Siegwart Nourbakhsh.pdf
Introduction to Robotics Mechanics and Control – J J Craig.djvu
Introductory Robotics – J M Selig.djvu
Introductory Robotics.pdf
LEGO MINDSTORMS – Robotics Invention System-2 Projects.pdf
LEGO MINDSTORMS – Building Robots.pdf
LEGO MINDSTORMS – Dark Side Robots Transports and Creatures.pdf
LEGO MINDSTORMS – The Unofficial Guide to Robots – Jonathan B. Knudsen.pdf
LEGO Mindstorms Masterpieces – Building and Programming Advanced Robots.pdf
Machine Learning and Robot Perception – Bruno Apolloni et al (Eds).pdf
Machine Vision – David Vernon.pdf
Mechanical_Engineering_Handbook_-_Robotics_-_CRC_Press.pdf
Mechanics of Microelectromechanical Systems – N.Lobontiu and E.Garcia.pdf
Mechantronics An Introduction – Robert H Bishop.pdf
Mechatronic Servo System Control – M. Nakamura S. Goto and N. Kyura.pdf
Mechatronic Systems – Georg Pelz.pdf
Mechatronics – A Preumont.pdf
Mechatronics for Safety, Security and Dependability in a New Era – Arai and Arai.pdf
Mechatronics for the Evil Genius.pdf
MEMS Advanced Materials and Fabrication Methods – Nat. Aca. Press.pdf
MEMS and Microstructures in Aerospace Applications – Robert Osiander et al (Eds).pdf
MEMS Mechanical Sensors – Stephen Beeby.pdf
Micro Electro Mechanical System Design – James J. Allen.pdf
Microengineering MEMs and Interfacing – Danny Banks.pdf
Micromechanical Photonics – H. Ukita.pdf
Microsensors, MEMS and Smart Devices – Gardner Varadhan and Awadelkarim.pdf
Mobile Robots Inspiration to Implementation – Flynn and Jones.pdf
Modern Robotics Building Versatile Macines – Harry Henderson.pdf
Moral machines.pdf
Motion Control Handbook.pdf
Multi-Agent_Robotic_Systems_(2001)_-_CRC_Press.pdf
Multi-Arm Cooperating Robots- Dynamics and Control – Zivanovic and Vukobratovic.pdf
Multi-Robot Systems From Swarms to Intelligent Automata – Parker et al (Eds).pdf
Nano- and Micro Eelectromechanical Systems – S.E. Lyshevski.pdf
Neural Preprocessing and Control of Reactive Walking Machines – Manoonpong.pdf
Neurotechnology for Biomimetic Robots – Joseph Ayers.pdf
PDA Robotics – Douglas H Williams.pdf
PIC Robotics – John Iovine.pdf
Practical and Experimental Robotics – Ferat Sahin & Pushkin Kachroo.djvu
Practical Artificial Intelligence Programming In Java.pdf
Principles and Applications of NanoMEMS Physics – Hector J. De Los Santos.pdf
Rapid Learning in Robotics – Jorg Walter.pdf
Recent Advances in Mechatronics – Ryszard Jabonski et al (Eds).pdf
ROBOT BUILDER'S BONANZA-v.useful for beginners and advanced robot builders.pdf
Robot Builder's Cookbook – Build and Design Your Own Robots (Malestrom).pdf
Robot Builder's Cookbook Build and Design Your Own Robots/Notice.txt
Robot Builder's Cookbook Build and Design Your Own Robots/Robot Builder's Cookbook Build and Design Your Own Robots~tqw~_darksiderg.pdf
Robot Builders Bonanza – Gordon Mccomb.pdf
Robot Builders Source Book – Gordon McComb.pdf
Robot Manipulator Control Theory and Practice – Frank L.Lewis.pdf
Robot Mechanisms And Mechanical Devices Illustrated – By P.E. Sandin (McGraw-Hill – 2003) 337s.pdf
Robot Mechanisms and Mechanical Devices Illustrated – Paul E Sandin.pdf
Robot Motion and Control – M Thoma & M Morari.pdf
Robot Motion Planning and Control – J.P. Laumond.pdf
Robot Vision – Stefan Florczyk.pdf
Robot_Builder_Guide.pdf
Robot_Mechanisms_And_Mechanical_Devices_Illustrated_(2003).pdf
Robotics Demystified – Edwin Wise.pdf
Robotics, Designing the Mechanisms 2ed.pdf
Robots Androids and Animatrons – 12 Incredible Projects You Can Build (Malestrom).pdf
Robots Androids and Animatrons – John Lovine.pdf
Scientific Methods in Mobile Robotics – Ulrich Nehmzow.pdf
Sensing Intelligence Motion – How Robots & Humans Move – Vladimir J. Lumelsky.pdf
Sensor Technology Handbook – By J. Wilson (Newnes – 2005) 703p – YYePG LotB.pdf
Servo Magazine/Servo Magazine – 2007-01.pdf
Servo Magazine/Servo Magazine – 2007-02.pdf
Servo Magazine/Servo Magazine – 2007-03.pdf
Servo Magazine/Servo Magazine – 2007-04.pdf
Servo Magazine/Servo Magazine – 2007-05.pdf
Servo Magazine/Servo Magazine – 2007-06.pdf
Servo Magazine/Servo Magazine – 2007-07.pdf
Smart Material Systems and MEMS – Vijay K. Varadan.pdf
Socially Intel. Agents Creating Rels. with Comp. & Robots – Dautenhahn et al (Eds).pdf
Software Engineering for Experimental Robotics – Davide Brugali et al.pdf
Squeak Learn Programming with Robots – Stephane Ducasse.pdf
The Definitive Guide to Building Java Robots – Scott Preston.pdf
The MEMS Handbook (1st Ed) – M. Gad el Hak.pdf
The MEMS Handbook Introduction & Fundamentals (2nd Ed) – M. Gad el Hak.pdf
The MEMS Handbook MEMS Applications (2nd Ed) – M. Gad el Hak.pdf
The MEMS Handbook MEMS Design (2nd Ed) – M. Gad el Hak.pdf
The Robot Builder's Bonanza, 2nd Ed. – (Malestrom).pdf
The Ultimate Palm Robot – Kevin Mukhar and Dave Johnson.pdf
Underwater Robots – Gianluca Antonelli.pdf
Using_Your_PDA_To_Control_Your_Robot.pdf
Visual Perception and Robotic Manipulation – Taylor & Kleeman.pdf
Welding Robots Technology System Issues and Applications – J Norberto Pires.pdf
Who Needs Emotions The Brain Meets the Robot – Fellous & Arbib.pdf

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Molecular Imprinting: Principles and Applications of Micro- and Nanostructure Polymers

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Molecular Imprinting: Principles and Applications of Micro- and Nanostructure Polymers by Lei Ye
English | 2013 | ISBN: 9814310999 | 290 pages | PDF | 24,8 MB
Molecular imprinting is one of the most efficient methods to fabricate functional polymer structures with pre-defined molecular recognition selectivity. Molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) have been used as antibody and enzyme mimics in a large number of applications.

Molecular Imprinting: Principles and Applications of Micro- and Nanostructure Polymers
The outstanding stability and straightforward preparation make MIPs ideal substitutes for biologically derived molecular recognition materials, especially for development of affinity separation systems, chemical sensors and high selectivity catalysts. New MIP materials are being increasingly applied to solve challenging problems in environmental sciences, food safety control, biotechnology and medical diagnostics.

Development in molecular imprinting research over the past decade has enabled tailor-designed molecular recognition sites to be created in synthetic materials with physical dimensions in the micro- and nano-regime. The new breakthroughs in MIP synthesis/fabrication have brought in many unprecedented functions of the micro- and nano-structured polymers. The aim of this review volume is to introduce to the readers the new developments in molecularly imprinted micro- and nano-structures, and the new applications that have been made possible with the new generation of imprinted materials.
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Biolistic DNA Delivery: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology)

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Biolistic DNA Delivery: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology) by Stephan Sudowe and Angelika B. Reske-Kunz
English | ISBN: 162703109X | 2012 | PDF | 416 pages | 6,6 MB
Biolistic transfection represents a direct physical gene transfer approach in which nucleic acids are precipitated on biologically inert high-density microparticles (usually gold or tungsten) and delivered directly through cell walls and/or membranes into the nucleus of target cells by high-velocity acceleration using a ballistic device such as the gene gun.

Biolistic DNA Delivery: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology)
Biolistic DNA Delivery: Methods and Protocols provides a comprehensive collection of detailed protocols intended to provide the definitive practical guide for the novice as well as for the advanced gene transfer expert on how to introduce nucleic acids into eukaryotic cells using the biolistic technique. Split into six convenient sections, this detailed volume covers biolistic gene transfer into plants, nematodes, and mammalian cells, both in vitro and in vivo, as well as the use of gene gun-mediated DNA vaccination in various experimental animal models of human diseases, and the description of biolistic delivery of molecules other than nucleic acids. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. All-inclusive and cutting-edge, Biolistic DNA Delivery: Methods and Protocols brings together the knowledge and the experience of leading experts in the field of gene transfer in order to serve all researchers who wish to further our abilities in this vital field.
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Biolistic DNA Delivery: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology)

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Biolistic DNA Delivery: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology) by Stephan Sudowe and Angelika B. Reske-Kunz
English | ISBN: 162703109X | 2012 | PDF | 416 pages | 6,6 MB
Biolistic transfection represents a direct physical gene transfer approach in which nucleic acids are precipitated on biologically inert high-density microparticles (usually gold or tungsten) and delivered directly through cell walls and/or membranes into the nucleus of target cells by high-velocity acceleration using a ballistic device such as the gene gun.

Biolistic DNA Delivery: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology)
Biolistic DNA Delivery: Methods and Protocols provides a comprehensive collection of detailed protocols intended to provide the definitive practical guide for the novice as well as for the advanced gene transfer expert on how to introduce nucleic acids into eukaryotic cells using the biolistic technique. Split into six convenient sections, this detailed volume covers biolistic gene transfer into plants, nematodes, and mammalian cells, both in vitro and in vivo, as well as the use of gene gun-mediated DNA vaccination in various experimental animal models of human diseases, and the description of biolistic delivery of molecules other than nucleic acids. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. All-inclusive and cutting-edge, Biolistic DNA Delivery: Methods and Protocols brings together the knowledge and the experience of leading experts in the field of gene transfer in order to serve all researchers who wish to further our abilities in this vital field.
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Glycoscience: Chemistry and Chemical Biology (2nd edition) [Repost]

Bertram O. Fraser-Reid, Kuniaki Tatsuta, Joachim Thiem – Glycoscience: Chemistry and Chemical Biology (2nd edition)
Published: 2008-05-23 | ISBN: 3540361545 | PDF | 2874 pages | 78 MB

Glycostructures play a pivotal and crucial role in a myriad of organisms and important systems in biology, physiology, medicine, bioengineering and technology. Within recent years tools have been developed to promote the understanding of their highly complex functions and the associated chemistry and chemical biology, however, many facts still remain undiscovered. These days the area is experiencing a quantum jump . Therefore the Editors in collaboration with six responsible Section Editors completely revised and updated the 1st edition to give up-to-date information on glycostructures, their chemistry and chemical biology, and present them in the form of a comprehensive and strictly systematic survey. The texts are furnished by more than 2500 figures, chemical structures and reaction schemes (including more than 12,000 individual chemical reactions), and more than 9,000 references.
In concept and content this Major Reference Work received an essential improvement and expansion. Whereas chapter 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, and 9 are updated, expanded and rearranged versions of the 1st edition, many new subchapters are included in the chapters on monosaccharides, oligosaccharides and polysaccharides. The importance of the saccharide metabolism as well as the involvement of complex glycostructures in biologically and medically relevant processes are considered by addition of two large totally newly conceived chapters. Further, another novel chapter featuring key technologies and tools for functional glycobiology is incorporated. Responsible for this major update are the Section Editors who solicited a large number of highly reputed new authors to cover the changes in the content and to write the major supplements.

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