Modeling Complex Data for Creating Information

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The series Data and Knowledge in a Changing World covers the quality and accessability of quantitative and qualitative data, classical and ground-breaking methods by which numeric and symbolic data are acquired, analyzed, and managed. The current volume is devoted to problems of data representation.
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Overview

The series Data and Knowledge in a Changing World covers the quality and accessability of quantitative and qualitative data, classical and ground-breaking methods by which numeric and symbolic data are acquired, analyzed, and managed. The current volume is devoted to problems of data representation.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783642802010
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 12/14/2011
  • Series: Data and Knowledge in a Changing World Series
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1996
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 277
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.64 (d)

Table of Contents

One : Information and Data Interplay.- 1 : Structuring Data for Integrated Knowledge-Based Systems.- How To Structure Data : The Object-Oriented Approach.- Intelligent Agents : A New Step Towards Data And Knowledge Organization.- Description And Applications Of An Object-Oriented Model PDM.- A Step Towards The Client/Server Model : The Oode Approach.- From Bibliographic Databases To Knowledge Bases.- 2 : Imprecision and Uncertainty in Information Systems.- Imprecision and Uncertainty.- Ill Defined Data in Information Systems: From Fuzzy Pattern Matching to Data Fusion.- Error and Uncertainty in Physical Measurements.- Fuzzy Automata And Grammars: Manipulation Of Uncertain Knowledge.- Data Processing in Chemistry with Neural Networks.- Clean-Up of Spectro-Structural Databases Using Artificial Neural Networks.- 3 : System Architecture and Evaluation Criteria.- Computer Integrated and Information Aided Investigation Activities.- A Cooperative Design Environment Based on an Active Repository.- A Reuse-Based Schema Construction System.- The Olympios Model for the Analysis, Specification and Design of an Information and Decision System.- Impediments to an Elusive Dream-Computer Access to Numeric Data for Engineering Materials.- Scientific Databases Tentative Analysis of Productivity.- two : Rigid and Flexible Shapes: Representation and Processing.- 4 : Shape and Surface Processing.- Shape -Data Processing In The Natural Sciences And Technology.- 3D Modeling of Complex Natural Objects.- Quantitative Description of the Shape of Interfaces in Molecular Complexity.- The Genetic Code - Passing from One Dimension to Three Dimensions.- A New Method for Unbiased Comparison of Protein Structures.- Chapters 5 : Fractal Modeling and Image Processing.- Simulation of Growth and form of Sponges and Corals: Influence of the Physical Environment.- Fractal Shape Description Using Compact Data Sets.- Expert System of Image Processing - Applications to the Reconstruction of 3D Images from 2D Images.- 6 : Symmetry Concepts and Applications.- Deducing Molecular Symmetries with the Help of Topochromatic Permutations.- Chirbase: A Database Utilizing a Molecular Recognition Approach for Selection of a Chiral Chromatographic System.- Global Recognition of the Chromatographic Profiles of Complex Matrices.- Morphology Recognition by Means of Chiral Gas Chromatography.- Quantum Chemistry Techniques Applied to the Modeling of the Enantioselective Hydrogénation Mechanism of A-Ketoesters.
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