Reviews and Testimonials
Contributors from communication and information sciences, but also from natural, geospatial, and social sciences examine how information and computing resources are being used now in those sciences and how the future might be changed by new requirements or new technology. The overall themes are collaboration, frameworks, and legal aspects; high end computing, storage, and services; communication, computation, and advanced scientific computing; and big data exploration, visualization, education, and social media. Among the topics are software design for passing Sarbanes-Oxley in cloud computing, the high-end monitoring and control of computer systems, password recovery research and its future direction, thermo-chemical convection in planetary mantles advection methods and magma ocean overturn simulations, and integrating a visualization solution with a three-dimensional simulation model for tissue growth.
– Book News Inc. Portland, OR
Highly Recommended- This book on Integrated Information and Computing Systems covers a carefully selected spectrum of prominent topics on these disciplines in order to learn from each other’s achievements and to offer answers to outstanding questions. Large parts of the book are easy to read, for the curious layperson as well as for the expert researcher. With this aim the book can be highly recommended for a wider interested audience of our information technology community.
– Wolfgang Gentzsch, HPC Entrepreneur & Executive Consultant, Germany