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  1-8 of 8 Reviews about "Automation (K.4.3...)": Date Reviewed
  Accelerated materials discovery: how to use artificial intelligence to speed up development
De Luna P., DE GRUYTER, Berlin, Germany, 2022. 300 pp.  Type: Book (978-3-110738-04-9)

Materials science emphasizes the solid state and the applications of solid state materials. Among these applications are heterogeneous catalysis, thin films, glasses and other amorphous solids, and electronic materials. Historically, r...

Aug 16 2022
  Future automation: changes to lives and to businesses
Carone T., World Scientific Publishing Co, Inc., Hackensack, NJ, 2019. 230 pp.  Type: Book

Timothy Carone provides a visionary outlook on what will probably be called our digitized future. The book is split into 11 chapters. First, the author introduces autonomous systems (ASs). ASs are (in addition to the Internet of Things...

Jul 29 2020
  DevOps for SharePoint: with Packer, Terraform, Ansible, and Vagrant
Medina O., Schumann E., Apress, New York, NY, 2018. 256 pp.  Type: Book (978-1-484236-87-1)

The existence of, and respect for, software engineering principles in the lives of software engineers, developers, and project managers is quite rich. Moving beyond systems development life cycle (SDLC)-driven models such as waterfall ...

Jul 14 2020
  Do-it-yourself services and work-like chores: on civic duties and digital public services
Verne G., Bratteteig T. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 20(4): 517-532, 2016.  Type: Article

Undisputedly, automation of government processes yields a lot of benefits for the “automating” organization and citizens alike, but how do citizens, who formerly were an active part of a manual process, perceive and...

Nov 2 2016
  The glass cage: automation and us
Carr N., W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., New York, NY, 2014. 288 pp.  Type: Book (978-0-393240-76-4)

Nicholas Carr, in this book, discusses the fact that we humans are getting ”dumber,” as we are increasingly dominated by technology: the master of technology is turning into its slave. “Automation̵...

Jul 27 2015
  The road to a modern IT factory: industrialization - automation - optimization
Abolhassan F., Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, Berlin, Germany, 2014. 210 pp.  Type: Book (978-3-642402-18-0)

At the beginning of the 18th century, manufacturing was largely based around cottage industries producing low volumes of product of variable quality and cost on a small scale. Within less than a century, many of these cottage industrie...

Dec 18 2014
  Smart home automation with Linux and Raspberry Pi (2nd ed.)
Goodwin S., Apress, Berkeley, CA, 2013. 328 pp.  Type: Book (978-1-430258-87-2)

I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve finished reading in bed and looked in vain for a rock to throw at the ceiling light. This book describes a simple alternative: one just needs to plug a bayonet or screw X10 gad...

Oct 15 2013
  Declarative techniques for model-driven business process integration
Koehler J., Hauser R., Sendall S., Wahler M. IBM Systems Journal 44(1): 47-65, 2005.  Type: Article

A few years ago, you could work on software all your life and never hear the word “business.” Now, it is a part of nearly every method. In the continuing quest for IBM to have an answer for everything, these...

Aug 4 2005
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