From the reviews:
"The book considers recent developments in automatic text analysis, and provides an overview of linguistic modelling … . As a scientific book from a respected publisher, it naturally is fully referenced at the end of each chapter. The book is of a decent font-size, clear black (not grey!) print, and is easy on the eyes … . Its intended audience is students and researchers in soft computing and text analysis … ." (Eric Jukes, Informer, Issue 27, Summer, 2008)
Atomic transport in solids is one of the central themes in contemporary solid state science. Recent major advances have often been driven by technological needs for improved materials. In this book a wide variety of topics are covered and perspectives from different inter-related areas are provided. Topics covered include transport mechanisms, defect processes, structure-property relationships, and nanoscale and interface effects. Discussions of materials, applications and techniques cover topics from sensors, membranes and nanostructured materials through to spectroscopy and computer modelling. This book offers valuable insight into research and opinion for all working in related fields.
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