Library received new books on artificial intelligence

Important | 2019-11-08

Library received new books on artificial intelligence. We kindly invite to read.

1. Bali, A., Polle, D., & Spitz, J. (2018). Smart building design: Conception, planning, realization, and operation. Basel: Birkhauser Verlag GmbH.
2. Bernardon, D.P., & Garcia, V.J. (2018). Smart operation for power distribution systems : concepts and applications. Cham : Springer.
3. Chakraverty, S., Sahoo, D., & Mahato, N. (2019). Concepts of soft computing: Fuzzy and ANN with programming. Singapore: Springer.
4. Coelho, V. N., Coelho, I, M., Oliveira, T. A., & Ochi, L. S. (2019) Smart and digital cities : from computational intelligence to applied social sciences. Cham : Springer,
5. Fibres to smart textiles: Advances in manufacturing, technologies, and applications (Textile Institute professional publications). (2020). Boca Raton [Fla.]: CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group.
6. Hassan, H. A., & G. Hayek (Eds). (2019).Handbook of research on smart power system operation and control. Hershey [Pa.] : Engineering Science Reference.
7. Lee, K. (2019). DI supervalstybės: Kinija, Silicio slėnis ir naujoji pasaulio tvarka. Vilnius: Kitos knygos.
8. Library spaces and smart buildings: Technology, metrics, and iterative design. (2018). Chicago [Ill.]: ALA TechSource.
9. Maheswaran, M., & Badidi, E. (2018). Handbook of Smart Cities: Software Services and Cyber Infrastructure. Cham: Springer International Publishing.
10. Momoh, J. (2018). Energy processing and smart grid. Hoboken [N.J.]: Wiley-IEEE Press.
11. Nawari, N. (2018). Building information modeling: Automated code checking and compliance processes. Boca Raton [Fla.]: CRC Press.
12. Pengwei, D., Ning, L., & Haiwang, Z. (2019). Demand response in smart grids. Cham: Springer.
13. Pereira, P. F., Ramos, N. M. M., & Delgado, J. M.P.Q. (2019). Intelligent residential buildings and the behaviour of the occupants: State of the art. Cham: Springer.
14. Rebala, G., Ravi, A., & Churiwala, S. (2019). An introduction to machine learning. Cham: Springer.
15. Schoonenberg, H., Khayal, S., & Farid, M. (2019). A Hetero-functional graph theory for modeling interdependent smart city infrastructure. Cham: Springer.
16. Stoustrup,J., Annaswamy, A., Chakrabortty, A., Qu, Z. (Eds.) Smart grid control : overview and research opportunities.Cham : Springer, 2019.
17. Zarrilli, D. (2019). Integration of low carbon technologies in smart grids. Cham: Springer.
18. Zhang, Y., Chen, D., & Ye, C. (2019). Toward deep neural networks : WASD neuronet models, algorithms, and applications. Boca Raton [Fla.] : CRC Press.

These and other books which are preserved in the library can be found in Library catalogue and Virtual library.
You can suggest to purchase a new book for the library. Before you do this, please make sure it is not in the library catalogue yet.

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