Synthesis Digital Library of Engineering & Computer Science

Synthesis Digital Library of Engineering and Computer Science is a series of “Lectures” or electronic books of between 50 to 100 pages that synthesize a research or development topic in engineering or computer science.  The synthesis lectures are authored by experts in the field and are organized by “Series” each with an editor who guides the lecture topic, author selection as well as peer review.

The lectures will be added to, and existing lectures revised as needed, making a dynamic and current collection of resources in rapidly developing fields of research.

Each book or “Lecture” is a synthesis of a specific research topicscreenhunter_01-mar-18-11241

Lecture topics include:

  • Biomedical engineering
  • Environmental Science and Engineering
  • Mobile & Pervasive Computing
  • Computer graphics and animation
  • Digital circuits and systems
  • Human language technologies
  • Information security, privacy and trust
  • Power electronics
  • Quantum computing
  • Signal processing
  • Energy and the environment, technology, science, and society
  • Image, video, and multimedia processing
  • Mathematics and statistics

You can access the Synthesis lectures via the Library Catalogue, Databases page or click here

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