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Saxena, Lalit
Obra, Sonebhadra, India
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  MATLAB machine learning
Paluszek M., Thomas S.,  Apress, New York, NY, 2016. 326 pp. Type: Book (978-1-484222-49-2)

Machine learning, a branch of artificial intelligence (AI) research, is accelerating human-machine interactions in this developing world. MATLAB is a mathematical tool aiding in such interactions. This book presents MATLAB implementation in machin...

Oct 6 2017  
   Blockchain applications: a hands-on approach
Bahga A., Madisetti V.,  VPT, 2017.Type: Book (9780996025560), Reviews: (2 of 2)

Digital payments through secure online transactions are gaining in popularity. Also, digital transactions must be secure and reliable without the involvement of a centralized authority keeping record of such transactions. Blockchain is an emerging...

Aug 25 2017  
  Automated planning and acting
Ghallab M., Nau D., Traverso P.,  Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, 2016. 368 pp. Type: Book (978-1-107037-27-4)

Automated planning is a much explored area in the field of artificial intelligence, with applications in robotics, complex simulation systems, complex infrastructure management, and so on. Emphasis on an actor, “capable of acting deliberatel...

Jun 28 2017  
  Molecular computers for molecular robots as hybrid systems
Hagiya M., Aubert-Kato N., Wang S., Kobayashi S.  Theoretical Computer Science 6324-20, 2016. Type: Article

DNA computing is expanding its scope from mere DNA-based computing representation to developing integrated systems based on such computing. These integrated systems are called hybrid systems, and they are based on molecular computers, more precise...

May 2 2017  
   Human and robot hands: sensorimotor synergies to bridge the gap between neuroscience and robotics
Bianchi M., Moscatelli A.,  Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2016. 283 pp. Type: Book (978-3-319267-05-0)

Neuroscience deals with the controlling of senses in humans and their function in the day-to-day work of the human body. In parallel, the robotics field is developing artificial senses or their capabilities in robots. This book discusses human and...

Mar 8 2017  
  Modeling and understanding human routine behavior
Banovic N., Buzali T., Chevalier F., Mankoff J., Dey A.  CHI 2016 (Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Santa Clara, CA,  May 7-12, 2016) 248-260, 2016. Type: Proceedings

The study of human routines is expanding the scope of behavioral sciences in light of actions performed by humans. Such studies help in improving bad habits, inexpert behaviors, and suboptimal routines of humans. This paper discusses a human routi...

Feb 23 2017  
  Application of IT in healthcare: a systematic review
Toor R., Chana I.  ACM SIGBioinformatics Record 6(2): 1-8, 2016. Type: Article, Reviews: (2 of 2)

Information technology (IT) is expanding its scope from communications to other fields, including engineering, the environment, healthcare, and so on. Healthcare is an emerging field for the development of medical applications using IT computation...

Jan 19 2017  
  A circuit basis for morphogenesis
Harrington K.  Theoretical Computer Science 633(C): 28-36, 2016. Type: Article

Morphogenesis explains the development of both symmetrical and unsymmetrical patterns in an organismal growth. The mathematical foundation of morphogenesis expands to circuitry with implementations to synthetic biology. This paper addresses issues...

Oct 6 2016  
  A strand graph semantics for DNA-based computation
Petersen R., Lakin M., Phillips A.  Theoretical Computer Science 63243-73, 2016. Type: Article, Reviews: (2 of 2)

Nanoscale computation is the recent advancement in the computing world to macro-scale systems, which developed techniques like DNA nanotechnology. In this line, DNA strand displacement (DSD) is a technique for implementing “nanoscale computa...

Oct 4 2016  
  The principle of least cognitive action
Betti A., Gori M.  Theoretical Computer Science 633(C): 83-99, 2016. Type: Article

Machine learning is expanding its scope from mere machine intelligence to full human-like interactions. Similar to humans, machines are now being made with the ability to learn and perform cognitive action or skills based on interactions with the ...

Sep 9 2016  
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