New PDF release: Advances in Information Technologies for Electromagnetics

By Alessandra Esposito (auth.), Luciano Tarricone, Alessandra Esposito (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1402047487

ISBN-13: 9781402047480

ISBN-10: 1402047495

ISBN-13: 9781402047495

Advances in details applied sciences for Electromagnetics bargains a large landscape on lately completed and probably available advances in electromagnetics with cutting edge IT applied sciences.

Simple instructional chapters introduce the reader to leading edge applied sciences, reminiscent of parallel and allotted computing, object-oriented applied sciences, grid computing, semantic grids, agent established computing and service-oriented architectures.

On such bases, various EM purposes is proposed: 1) parallel FDTD codes (both for antenna research and for metamaterial applications), 2) grid computing for computational EM (CEM) (with purposes to antenna arrays, instant and remote-sensing structures) three) cellular brokers for parametric CEM modeling four) complex/hybrid EM software program environments (with purposes to planar circuits, quasi-optical systems,…) five) semantic grids for CAE of antennas arrays.

This approach the reader, after studying from very schematic tutorials the main correct gains of IT instruments, has an instantaneous feeling in their effect on day-by-day EM research.

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The Semantic Web 35 The last constructor showed in the table is the inverse constructor. e. exchanging the order of the linked individuals we can pass from one role to the other. 2 Axioms Table 3-2 lists some axioms. The equivalence axiom introduces the identity between concepts and/or roles. It can be used to introduce synonyms. The inclusion operator says that a concept (role) is a subconcept (subrole) of an other concept (role), for example: CoaxialApertureAntenna ⊆ Antenna isProducerOf Dipole ⊆ isProducerOf Disjointness says that no individuals can belong to both the disjoint concepts.

E. allocates the needed memory for it). Since now on, the “Dipole” methods can be invoked for the instance “d”. drawRadiationPattern(); draws the radiation pattern of dipole “d”. 3. 1 Java RMI Remote Method Invocation (RMI) is a Java-based distributed technology. It allows Java programs to exchange data and trigger remote method calls across networks. RMI is basically an object-oriented RPC mechanism (see Chapter 1), according to which classes with methods that can be called across virtual machines can be defined.

They perform a blind full text search, with no capabilities of understanding the document structure or of collocating document contents in the suited domain. As a result, when the end-user inputs a word for a search, the engine often returns a long list of documents, most of which are unrelated to the user domain of concern. e. documents including indications about the semantic role played by each part of the text. This is done by allowing information providers to specify their own tags: document owners are free to define their own set of mark-ups, in such a way to represent both the structure and the meaning of document contents.

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