By Wim Verhaegh (Editor), Emile Aarts (Editor), Jan Korst (Editor)
This publication is the result of a chain of discussions on the Philips Symposium on clever Algorithms, held in Eindhoven in December 2004. It bargains fascinating and functional examples of using clever algorithms in ambient and biomedical computing. It comprises themes comparable to bioscience computing, database layout, computer realization, scheduling, video summarization, audio category, semantic reasoning, computing device studying, monitoring and localization, safe computing, and verbal exchange.
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