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Induction

Author : John H. Holland
ISBN : 0262580969
Genre : Psychology
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Two psychologists, a computer scientist, and a philosopher have collaborated to present a framework for understanding processes of inductive reasoning and learning in organisms and machines. Theirs is the first major effort to bring the ideas of several disciplines to bear on a subject that has been a topic of investigation since the time of Socrates. The result is an integrated account that treats problem solving and induction in terms of rule�based mental models. Induction is included in the Computational Models of Cognition and Perception Series. A Bradford Book.
Category: Psychology

Induction

Author : Alexander Bain
ISBN : NLI:2862293-30
Genre : Logic
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Category: Logic

Elements Of Induction Heating

Author : S. L. Semiatin
ISBN : 9781615031986
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 27.18 MB
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This book provides an overview of the range of applications of induction heating with methods by which conventional as well as special heating jobs can be designed around the capabilities of the process.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Handbook Of Induction Heating

Author : Valery Rudnev
ISBN : 1420028901
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 31.24 MB
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Offering ready-to-use tables, diagrams, graphs, and simplified formulas for at-a-glance guidance in induction heating system design, this book contains numerous photographs, magnetic field plots, temperature profiles, case studies, hands-on guidelines, and practical recommendations to navigate through various system designs and avoid surprises in installation, operation, and maintenance. It covers basic principles, modern design concepts, and advanced techniques engineers use to model and evaluate the different types of manufacturing processes based on heating by induction. The handbook explains the electromagnetic and heat transfer phenomena that take place during induction heating.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Induction Design

Author : Makoto Sei Watanabe
ISBN : 3764366419
Genre : Architecture
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City planning is a concept which usually covers the wide range of events, processes and developments taking place in our cities, but individual plans and designs cannot do justice to the complex realities of the city. In "Induction Cities" the author aims to take the reader beyond our traditional understanding of city design to redefine our perception of design in this context. With the assistance of computers, a dynamic mechanism will be created which generates a result corresponding to the specific conditions and requirements stipulated. By this form of "meta-design" a greater degree of freedom is obtained than the conventional design methods provide. In this publication, this new theory and process is analysed, looking at the first computer-generated architecture in the world, the underground station "Iidabashi"in Tokyo. Makoto Sei Watanabe studied architecture and worked in the office of Arata Isozaki in Tokyo. In 1984 he founded his own architectural office which has realised numerous projects.
Category: Architecture

Induction Algorithmic Learning Theory And Philosophy

Author : Michèle Friend
ISBN : 9781402061271
Genre : Philosophy
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This is the first book to collect essays from philosophers, mathematicians and computer scientists working at the exciting interface of algorithmic learning theory and the epistemology of science and inductive inference. Readable, introductory essays provide engaging surveys of different, complementary, and mutually inspiring approaches to the topic, both from a philosophical and a mathematical viewpoint.
Category: Philosophy

Conduction And Induction Heating

Author : John Davies
ISBN : 0863411746
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book offers a theoretical and practical treatment of both conduction and induction heating, comprising four parts: conduction theory, induction theory, heat flow, and practice.
Category: Technology & Engineering

History Of Induction Heating And Melting

Author : Alfred Mühlbauer
ISBN : 3802729463
Genre : Induction furnaces
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Based on the remarkable discoveries of the fathers of electromagnetism, induction heating and melting became one of the most advanced methods of material production, modification and manufacturing. Industries that intensively use induction heating include steel, automotive, machinery, aerospace, electronics, crystal growth and some others. New applications are emerging in food and packaging industries, and even in medicine. But who invented induction heating and when did it happen? Various significant developments and methods that played a big role in induction technique are almost forgotten or at least not known to modern engineers. Knowledge of the experience of the previous generations, especially of the works of the pioneers, can reveal many interesting ideas, which were abandoned at that time but could be practical today with more advanced materials, components and technologies. Knowledge of successes and failures of others will help to avoid mistakes and foresee future ways of induction technology expansion. The goal of this book is not to give an accurate chronological list of main events and achievements, but to show dynamics of technology and illustrate it with examples, multiple pictures and references. In July 2006 the world induction community lost one of its most distinguished members - Professor Alfred M�hlbauer-outstanding scientist, engineer, teacher and relentless promoter of Induction Technology. This book is his last imposing and great project, which was completed by his colleagues and friends.
Category: Induction furnaces

Chemical Induction Of Cancer

Author : Joseph C. Arcos
ISBN : 9781483263731
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Chemical Induction Of Cancer: Structural Bases and Biological Mechanisms Volume IIA deals with the organic and biochemical principles behind cancer. This volume includes Part III of the work, which covers structure-activity relationships of chemical carcinogens, the effect of chemical reactivity, molecular geometry, and metabolism on carcinogenic activity. Under this is Chapter 5, which tackles conjugated aromatic systems. The text is recommended for doctors, organic chemists, and biochemists with an advanced knowledge in biochemistry and organic chemistry and would like to know more the biochemical processes of cancer.
Category: Health & Fitness

Energy Saving Principles And Technologies For Induction Motors

Author : Wenzhong Ma
ISBN : 9781118981030
Genre : Science
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A unique guide to the integration of three-phase induction motors with the emphasis on conserving energy • The energy-saving principle and technology for induction motor is a new topic, and there are few books currently available; this book provides a guide to the technology and aims to bringabout significant advancement in research, and play an important role in improving the level of motor energy saving • Includes new and innovative topics such as a case study of energy saving in beam pumping system, and reactive compensation as a means of energy saving • The authors have worked in this area for 20 years and this book is the result of their accumulated research and expertise. It is unique in its integration of three-phase induction motors with the emphasis on conserving energy • Integrates the saving-energy principle, technology, and method of induction motors with on-site experiences, showing readers how to meet the practical needs and to apply the theory into practice. It also provides case studies and analysis which can help solve problems on-site
Category: Science