There are lots of great material on Service and Infrastructure Systems subject in the internet, buts its always a challenge to figure out a ready list of top books on Service and Infrastructure Systems that one can refer to immediately. Even though online materials are good, but nothing can beat the depth of coverage that a book can offer. Hence, we researched the list of Service and Infrastructure Systems books which are used by students worldwide and came up with top 10 Book Recommendations on Service and Infrastructure Systems subject. These books can be used as a great starting point for anyone studying Service and Infrastructure Systems and can also be used as a ready reference for Under-Graduate and Post-Graduate programs.
Most of these Service and Infrastructure Systems books are also in the best-seller lists in Amazon website. We have added a brief description of these best books and have also included direct links to Amazon site (as affiliate). This allows anyone to directly visit the site and order printed copies of these best books.
Here is the full list of best reference books on Service and Infrastructure Systems.
|1. “Successful Service Operations Management” by Richard D. Metters, Kathryn H. King-Metters, Madeleine Pullman and Steve Walton
Book Review: This book explains in detail the full cycle of building a service business from concept formation with the help of implementation. The book with the help of numerous examples, various study tools, clear writing demonstrates the development of business strategy and capacity management. The book contains chapters on probability concepts, queuing models, probabilistic and deterministic models and transportation network analysis.
|2. “Urban Operations Research” by Richard C. Larson, Amedeo R. Odoni
Book Review: The book covers a range of applied operations research with the focus primarily on model building and information on applied probability and geometrical probability. The book also contains chapters on spatial and temporal Poisson processes. The book also contains information on queuing theory, spatial queues, and development of hypercube queuing model and also contains homework problems at the end of every chapter. The book later deals with the combination of probabilistic and deterministic models and transportation network analysis.
|3. “Optimization of Transport Networks” by P.A. Steenbrink|
|4. “Fundamentals of Transportation and Traffic Operations” by Carlos F. Daganzo
Book Review: This book deals with the basic concepts in the transportation and traffic operations field that is very beneficial for the transport professionals. The book also overs various topics like graphical methods, optimization, probability, stochastic processes, statistics, simulation, traffic dynamics, control, observation and scheduled modes. The book also presents all the fundamental ideas in detail. The book also points out many pitfalls and errors that commonly occur. This is a very reliable textbook for transportation professionals and contains clearly explained ideas, tools and techniques.
|5. “Efficient service discovery in large-scale mobile agent systems” by Wilhelm R. Rossak|
|6. “All IP in 3g Cdma Networks” by Jonathan P Castro Chichester|
|7. ” The Measurement of the Economic Benefits of Infrastructure Services” by Walter E. Diewert|
|8. “Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Infrastructure Design: A Service-Oriented Approach” by David W. Tschanz|
|9. “Infrastructure for Agents, Multi-Agent Systems, and Scalable Multi-Agent Systems” by Rana Wagner|
|10. “Dependable Networks and Services” by Pavel Celeda, Jiri Novotny, Ramin Sadre|
If any more book needs to be added to the list of best books on Service and Infrastructure Systems Subject, please let us know.
Sanfoundry Global Education & Learning Series – Best Reference Books!