Fast Circuit Boards Energy Management

Engineering Technology

Fast Circuit Boards: Energy Management
Peter Ryan, Steve Schneider, Michael Goldsmith, “Modelling & Analysis of Security Protocols”
Principles of Quantum Artificial Intelligence by WICHERT ANDREAS
Biofunctional Surface Engineering by Martin Scholz
Wolfram Donat, “Getting Started with the micro:bit: Coding and Making with the BBC’s Open Development Board (Make)”

Fast Circuit Boards: Energy Management

Wiley | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 1119413907 | 199 pages | PDF | 2.51 mb

by Ralph Morrison (Author)
An essential guide to modern circuit board design based on simple physics and practical applications
The fundamentals taught in circuit theory were never intended to work above a few megahertz, let alone at a gigahertz. While electronics is grounded in physics, most engineers’ education in this area is too general and mathematical to be easily applied to the problem of high speed circuits. Left to their own devices, many engineers produce layouts that require expensive revisions in order to finally meet specifications.
Fast Circuit Boards fills the gap in knowledge by providing clear, down-to-earth guidance on designing digital circuit boards that function at high clock rates. By making the direct connection between physics and fast circuits, this book instills the fundamental universal principles of information transfer to give engineers a solid basis for hardware design. Using simple tools, simple physics, and simple language, this invaluable resource walks through basic electrostatics, magnetics, wave mechanics, and more to bring the right technology down to the working level.
Designed to be directly relevant and immediately useful to circuit board designers, this book:
Properly explains the problems of fast logic and the appropriate tools
Applies basic principles of physics to the art of laying out circuit boards
Simplifies essential concepts scaled up to the gigahertz level, saving time, money, and the need for revisions
Goes beyond circuit theory to provide a deep, intuitive understanding of the mechanisms at work
Demonstrates energy management’s role in board design through step function-focused transmission line techniques
Engineers and technicians seeking a more systematic approach to board design and a deeper understanding of the fundamental principles at work will find tremendous value in this highly practical, long-awaited text.

Peter Ryan, Steve Schneider, Michael Goldsmith, “Modelling & Analysis of Security Protocols”

2000 | pages: 314 | ISBN: 0201674718 | PDF | 1,2 mb

Security protocols are one of the most critical elements in enabling the secure communication and processing of information, ensuring its confidentiality, integrity, authenticity and availability. These protocols are vulnerable to a host of subtle attacks, so designing protocols to be impervious to such attacks has proved to be extremely challenging and error prone. This book provides a thorough and detailed understanding of one of the most effective approaches to the design and evaluation of security critical systems, describing the role of security protocols in distributed secure systems and the vulnerabilities to which they are prey. The authors introduce security protocols, the role they play and the cryptographic mechanisms they employ, and detail their role in security architectures, e-commerce, e-cash etc. Precise characterizations of key concepts in information security, such as confidentiality, authentication and integrity are introduced and a range of tools and techniques are described which will ensure that a protocol guarantees certain security services under appropriate assumptions. Modeling and Analysis of Security Protocols provides: An in-depth discussion of the nature and role of security protocols and their vulnerabilities.A rigorous framework in which security protocols and properties can be defined in detail.An understanding of the tools and techniques used to design and evaluate security protocols.

Principles of Quantum Artificial Intelligence by WICHERT ANDREAS

English | 25 Dec. 2013 | ISBN: 9814566748 | 276 Pages | PDF | 4 MB

In this book, we introduce quantum computation and its application to AI. We highlight problem solving and knowledge representation framework. Based on information theory, we cover two main principles of quantum computation – Quantum Fourier transform and Grover search. Then, we indicate how these two principles can be applied to problem solving and finally present a general model of a quantum computer that is based on production systems.

Biofunctional Surface Engineering by Martin Scholz

English | 3 Mar. 2014 | ISBN: 9814411604 | 344 Pages | PDF | 12 MB

Successful biofunctional surface engineering will determine the future of medical devices such as orthopedic implants, stents, catheters, vaccine scaffolds, wound dressings, and extracorporeal circulation devices.

Wolfram Donat, “Getting Started with the micro:bit: Coding and Making with the BBC’s Open Development Board (Make)”

ISBN: 1680453025 | 2017 | EPUB/PDF | 190 pages | 21 MB/5 MB

The micro:bit, a tiny computer being distributed by the BBC to students all over the UK, is now available for anyone to purchase and play with. Its small size and low power requirements make it an ideal project platform for hobbyists and makers. You don’t have to be limited by the web-based programming solutions, however: the hardware on the board is deceptively powerful, and this book will teach you how to really harness the power of the micro:bit. You’ll learn about sensors, Bluetooth communications, and embedded operating systems, and along the way you’ll develop an understanding of the next big thing in computers: the Internet of Things.

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