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Thomas Chapman, author of HSPA Evolution: The Fundamentals for Mobile Broadband, discusses the changes to mobile over the years.
Bob Dobkin, renowned electronics and circuit design guru, talks about the new volume of Analog Circuit Design in this video.
International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP2014) brings together leading engineers and scientists in image and video processing from around the world.
Colin Walls, author of Embedded Software: The Works discusses embedded optimization and the compromise between small and fast.
Elsevier is exhibiting at the 2014 Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention Society Annual Conference from the 14th-18th September in Boston, USA.
Information about the authors and their books on signal processing and pattern recognition for the International Conference on Pattern Recognition 2014
Author of Embedded Software: The Works, Colin Walls discusses C, C++ and the Family Tree of embedded systems.
Author of Embedded Systems: The Works, Colin Walls, discusses power management services for embedded systems software and devices.
Author of "Embedded Systems: The Works," Colin Walls, discusses how agile methodology applies to embedded design and replaces the "waterfall" approach.
Colin Walls, author of "Embedded Systems: The Works" details supply-chain considerations using Ford as a model.