Best Books – Information Technology in Textile

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Information Technology In Textile subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Information Technology In Textile along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Information Technology In Textile subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Information Technology In Textile" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Personalised Health Management Systems: The Integration of Innovative Sensing, Textile, Information and Communication Technologies” by C D Nugent and P J McCullagh

“Personalised Health Management Systems: The Integration of Innovative Sensing, Textile, Information and Communication Technologies” Book Review: This book displays a union between research efforts in three diverse areas; sensor technologies, advanced textiles and nanotechnology and computing. It gets together researchers from academia, industry and clinical healthcare provision and sheds light on the need for multi-disciplinary collaborations in the future developments of personalised health management systems.

2. “Handbook on Fabric Manufacturing: Grey Fabrics: Preparation, Weaving to Marketing (Woodhead Publishing India in Textiles)” by B Purushothama

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“Handbook on Fabric Manufacturing: Grey Fabrics: Preparation, Weaving to Marketing (Woodhead Publishing India in Textiles)”Book Review: The book discusses the ways involved in the manufacturing of grey fabrics, inspection of both grey and finished fabrics, presentation of samples for market, marketing and customer service activities where technical people are involved.The methods of value addition to the fabric by way of wet finishes like bleaching and dyeing, finishing printing etc., are explained in a separate book. This book deals with the purpose of each process, the activities within the process, the knowledge required to run the process, the control points and check points, the do’s and don’ts of the process, normal problems observed in the process, the responsibilities and authorities of supervisors in the process, methods of working out the expected productivity and the workloads, so that the supervisor handling that process can handle it efficiently.

3. “Information Systems for the Fashion and Apparel Industry (Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles)” by Tsan-Ming Jason Choi Professor

“Information Systems for the Fashion and Apparel Industry (Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles)” Book Review: This book combines trends and developments in fashion information systems, industrial case-studies, and insights from an international team of authors. After an introductory chapter outlining key decision points and information requirements in fast fashion supply chains, Part One focuses on the principles of fashion information systems, with chapters shedding light on how decision making in the apparel supply chains can be improved through the use of fuzzy logic, RFID technologies, evolutionary optimization techniques, and artificial neural networks. Part Two then reviews the range of applications for information systems in the fashion and apparel industry to enhance customer choice, aid design, implement intelligent forecasting and procurement systems, and manage inventory and returns.

4. “Computer Simulation of Polymeric Materials: Applications of the OCTA System” Computer Simulation of Polymeric Materials: Applications of the OCTA System

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“Computer Simulation of Polymeric Materials: Applications of the OCTA System” Computer Simulation of Polymeric Materials: Applications of the OCTA System Book Review: This book introduces a mesoscale polymer simulation system called OCTA. This book will help to overcome many difficulties that one may encounter when mesoscale polymer simulation is performed. With the theoretical background and functions of each simulation engine, it also gives many examples of the practical applications of the OCTA system. Those examples include predicting mechanical properties of plastic and rubber, morphology formation of polymer blends and composites, the micelle structure of surfactants, and optical properties of polymer films. Its a valuable resource for both academic and industrial researchers who work in polymer simulation.

5. “Advanced Computer Simulation Approaches for Soft Matter Sciences II (Advances in Polymer Science)” by Christian Holm and Kurt Kremer

“Advanced Computer Simulation Approaches for Soft Matter Sciences II (Advances in Polymer Science)” Book Review: This book presents critical reviews of the trends of the present and the future in polymer and biopolymer science including chemistry, physical chemistry, physics and materials science. It is addressed to all scientists at universities and in industry who wish to keep abreast of advances in the topics covered. This book consists of 3 parts. The 1st part i.e. Multi-Particle Collision Dynamics: A Particle-Based Mesoscale Simulation Approach to the Hydrodynamics of Complex Fluids describes and analyzes a mesoscale simulation method for fluid flow, then the 2nd part Lattice Boltzmann Simulations of Soft Matter Systems concerns numerical simulations of the dynamics of particles immersed in a continuum solvent and lastly 3rd part i.e. Transition Path Sampling and Other Advanced Simulation Techniques for Rare Events consists of Computer simulations of molecular processes.

6. “Soft Computing in Textile Sciences (Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing)” by Les M Sztandera and Christopher Pastore

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“Soft Computing in Textile Sciences (Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing)” Book Review: This book shows how soft computing has inevitably found a home in the textile industry; it contains six chapters discussing various aspects of soft computing in the field of textiles and apparel. The book starts by presenting soft computing techniques for decision support for the design and management of the soft goods supply chain, then comes the application of fuzzy set theory in mechanics of composite materials after which it focuses on the use of soft computing to aid in the development of novel, state-of-the-art, non-toxic dyes. The 4th chapter then introduces two applications of neural networks, fuzzy clustering and fuzzy logic to color classifications in textiles followed by Agent-Based Modeling of the Textile/Apparel Marketplace and in the end it shows one of the important production processes in the textile industry i.e. the spinning process.

7. “Flexible Films and Packaging in the Czech and Slovak Republics, Poland and Hungary” by Anna DiaAiikova

“Flexible Films and Packaging in the Czech and Slovak Republics, Poland and Hungary” Book Review: It contains profiles describing the activities of 381 producers and converters of flexible films and packaging materials. The book uses these profiles to show what they are likely to buy, and also what they sell, and to whom. Capacity and turnover data, and numbers of employees have all been included when available, which provides an indication of the scale of the companies’ operations. It provides a guide and a business planning tool for anyone involved in the vibrant flexible packaging sector in this region, or contemplating its potential. The insights and data provided is useful to manufacturers and distributors of raw polymers, additives, plain or converted plastic films, aluminium foils, special papers, inks, adhesives or coatings; as well as flexible packaging converters, suppliers of machinery for film manufacturing, handling, converting and finishing, and brand owners, food processors and retailers.

8. “Polymers in Information Storage Technology” by K L Mittal

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“Polymers in Information Storage Technology” Book Review: This book records the proceedings of the Symposium on Polymers in Information Storage Technology held as a part of the American Chemical Society meeting in Los Angeles, September 25-30, 1988. It talks about how polymers are used for a variety of purposes in both optical and magnetic information storage technologies and how high tempo of research activity dealing with the many ramifications of polymers in the exciting arena of information storage. It contains 32 papers which are divided into four parts: photochemical aspects of optical recording; physicochemical considerations in optical recording; polymer physics–relevance to optical recording; and bulk/surface chemical considerations in magnetic recording.

9. “Crafting Wearables: Blending Technology with Fashion (Technology in Action)” by Madeline Gannon and Kate Sicchio

“Crafting Wearables: Blending Technology with Fashion (Technology in Action)” Book Review: This book gives insight into the strategy behind the design of wearable devices while learning about the tools and materials needed to start your own wearables toolbox. This book will teach the history of how technology in fashion has evolved over time. You will discover interesting materials and fabrics for use in wearable technology and also get a glimpse into the new tools for designing wearable technology and fashion then rediscover sewing and related skills. It shows how new techniques in textile manufacturing could disrupt the fashion industry and it makes you understand and respond to the cultural and societal developments around wearables. This book is for designers, engineers, or creative people who are looking for insight into the world of fashion technology.

10. “Polymers in Medicine and Surgery (Polymer Science and Technology Series)” by Richard Kronenthal

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“Polymers in Medicine and Surgery (Polymer Science and Technology Series)” Book Review: It surveys the applications of polymers to medical and surgical problems and contains discussions on the biocompatibility of polymers, polymers as biomaterials, and the use of polymers in prosthetic devices and drug release systems. The book offers perspectives on the problems of the material tissue interface, the design criteria for silicone-based systems, and the varied use of polymers in artificial hearts, kidneys, eyes and lungs.

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