Software Reliability Assessment with OR Applications is a comprehensive guide to software reliability measurement, prediction, and control. It provides a thorough understanding of the field and gives solutions to the decision-making problems that concern software developers, engineers, practitioners, scientists, and researchers. Using operations research techniques, readers will learn how to solve problems under constraints such as cost, budget and schedules to achieve the highest possible quality level.
Software Reliability Assessment with OR Applications is designed to cater to the needs of software engineering practitioners, developers, security or risk managers, and statisticians. It can also be used as a textbook for advanced undergraduate or postgraduate courses in software reliability, industrial engineering, and operations research and management.
Hardware Software Co-Design of a Multimedia SOC Platform is one of the first of its kinds to provide a comprehensive overview of the design and implementation of the hardware and software of an SoC platform for multimedia applications. Topics covered in this book range from system level design methodology, multimedia algorithm implementation, a sub-word parallel, single-instruction-multiple data (SIMD) processor design, and its virtual platform implementation, to the development of an SIMD parallel compiler as well as a real-time operating system (RTOS). Hardware Software Co-Design of a Multimedia SOC Platform is written for practitioner engineers and technical managers who want to gain first hand knowledge about the hardware-software design process of an SoC platform. It offers both tutorial-like details to help readers become familiar with a diverse range of subjects, and in-depth analysis for advanced readers to pursue further.
To satisfy demands for software systems that collect, organize and utilize pollution prevention auditing, design and implementation, hundreds of software companies have developed and are marketing software systems that perform these functions.
This book is an exhaustive survey and evaluation of the hundreds of pollution prevention software systems and serves as a practical guide for the buyer and user, as well as the managers and compliance professionals that need to know the capabilities and limitations of these systems.
The handbook opens with an overview of chemical tracking systems from the regulator's perspective, which is the driving force for implementation of such systems. The introductory chapter emphasizes the impossibility of true chemical tracking in real-world manufacturing operations, but the true need for chemical management systems.
Because cost and financial control is key to the success of pollution prevention, the handbook then presents the capabilities of available systems. The book focuses on applications such as risk assessment, remediation systems, chemical tracking/management, post pollution prevention, financial analysis, cost impact analysis; and finally, tools for waste reduction planning and control.
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