Recent developments in information science and technology have been possible due to original and timely research contributions containing new results in various fields of applied mathematics. It is also true that advances in information science create opportunities for developing mathematical models further.
Mathematics Applied in Information Systems
presents a series of reviews of mathematical methods applied to information systems. Readers will find, in this volume, chapters that cover mathematics applied in various vistas of information systems:
- - software reliability modeling and optimizations
- - software release control
- - natural language processing and social network analysis
- - food safety systems
- - soil scattering models
- - digital imaging processing
- - supply chain management systems
This volume is essential reading for software engineering students and IT managers working in academia and industry (geosciences, supply chain management, software development, forensics, transportation etc.).