Best Reference Books – System Analysis and Optimization

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

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1. “Data Mining, Systems Analysis, and Optimization in Biomedicine (AIP Conference Proceedings)” by Onur Seref and O Erhun Kundakcioglu

“Data Mining, Systems Analysis, and Optimization in Biomedicine (AIP Conference Proceedings)” Book Review: This book is a collection of a sample of the latest research methods in data mining across diverse fields of biomedicine, neuroscience, engineering, and computer science. The problems and methods discussed in this book will be of interest to theoreticians and practitioners in these fields and provide them with new directions for research. The book will be required reading for biomedical and industrial engineers, computer scientists, and medical doctors.

2. “Service Network Design of Bike Sharing Systems: Analysis and Optimization (Lecture Notes in Mobility)” by Patrick Vogel

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“Service Network Design of Bike Sharing Systems: Analysis and Optimization (Lecture Notes in Mobility)” Book Review: This book has a tactical planning approach for service network design in metropolitan areas. This book discusses designing the service network that requires the suitable aggregation of demand data as well as the anticipation of operational relocation decisions. An integrated approach of data analysis and mathematical optimization is introduced in this book. The book also includes a case study based on real-world data to demonstrate the benefit of the proposed service network design approach. The book can be referred to by research experts in the field of traffic engineering may also be beneficial for graduate students.

3. “Analysis and Optimization of Systems: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Analysis and Optimization of Systems Versailles” by A Bensoussan and J L Lions
4. “Computer Aided Analysis and Optimization of Mechanical System Dynamics (Nato ASI Subseries F:)” by E J Haug

“Computer Aided Analysis and Optimization of Mechanical System Dynamics (Nato ASI Subseries F:)” Book Review: This book contains lecture proceedings presented at the NATO-NSF-ARO. Lectures were presented by free world leaders in the field of machine dynamics and optimization. Technical aspects of the subject were discussed. The introductory part talks about some of the numerous technical considerations that must be given to organizing effective and efficient computational methods. It also talks about computer codes to serve engineers in dynamic analysis and design of mechanical systems. The fundamentally different approaches and associated methods of symbolic computation, numerical integration, and use of computer graphics are addressed throughout the book. This book can be used by interested engineers and anyone in that field.

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5. “Periodic Review Inventory Systems: Performance Analysis and Optimization of Inventory Systems within Supply Chains” by Thomas Wensing

“Periodic Review Inventory Systems: Performance Analysis and Optimization of Inventory Systems within Supply Chains” Book Review: This book provides an introduction to fundamental and behavioral aspects of periodic review inventory systems. The book includes a comprehensive study on analytical and optimization aspects of a specific class of those systems. A general solution for problems of inventory management are described. The book also tells about the development of specialized methods to solve very specific problems related to the model variants. This book is good for students and practitioners who seek a deeper understanding of managing inventories in discrete time. It will also be beneficial to software developers who require implementation aids on specific problems of inventory management.

6. “Performance Analysis and Optimization of Inbound Call Centers (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems)” by Raik Stolletz

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“Performance Analysis and Optimization of Inbound Call Centers (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems)” Book Review: This book focuses on the performance analysis and optimization of inbound call centers. The thesis focuses on the performance analysis and optimization using queueing models. This book describes mathematical methods and algorithms to relate the number of agents and telephone trunks of a given call center configuration to technical. It also describes economic performance measures. This book has been accepted as a PhD thesis in Business Administration at the Technical University of Clausthal, Germany.

7. “Statistical Analysis and Optimization for VLSI: Timing and Power (Integrated Circuits and Systems)” by Ashish Srivastava and Dennis Sylvester

“Statistical Analysis and Optimization for VLSI: Timing and Power (Integrated Circuits and Systems)” Book Review: This book covers the statistical analysis and optimization issues arising due to increased process variations in current technologies. This book has valuable reference for statistical analysis and optimization techniques in current and future VLSI design. This book is for CAD-Tool developers and for researchers interested in starting work in this very active area of research.

8. “Methods of Optimization and Systems Analysis for Problems of Transcomputational Complexity (Springer Optimization and Its Applications)” by Ivan V Sergienko

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“Methods of Optimization and Systems Analysis for Problems of Trans Computational Complexity (Springer Optimization and Its Applications)” Book Review: This book consists of the lines of investigation and scientific achievements of the Ukrainian school of optimization theory and adjacent disciplines. These include the development of approaches to mathematical theories, methodologies and methods. It also includes application systems for the solution of applied problems in economy, finances, energy saving, agriculture, biology, genetics and environmental protection. It has content on hardware and software engineering, information protection, decision making, pattern recognition, self-adapting control of complicated objects, personnel training, etc. The book has methods developed including sequential analysis of variants, nondifferential optimization, stochastic optimization, discrete optimization and mathematical modeling. Other methods are econometric modeling, solution of extremum problems on graphs, construction of discrete images and combinatorial recognition, etc. This book is useful for those in the field of System Analysis.

9. “Discrete Systems: Analysis, Control and Optimization (Communications and Control Engineering)” by Magdi S Mahmoud and M G Singh

“Discrete Systems: Analysis, Control and Optimization (Communications and Control Engineering)” Book Review: This book talks about the digital devices being used for information processing and control purposes in a variety of systems applications. That includes industrial processes, power networks, biological systems and communication networks. The book discusses the advent of microprocessors and the consequent availability of cheap distributed computing power. For those applications, where digital devices are used, it is reasonable to model the system in discrete-time. This book focuses on the development of techniques which allow analysis, design and control of discrete-time systems. This book provides a comprehensive treatment of discrete­ time dynamical systems. It covers the topics of modelling, optimization techniques and control design. The book is useful for teaching at the first year graduate level.

10. “Multi-state System Reliability Analysis and Optimization for Engineers and Industrial Managers” by Anatoly Lisnianski and Ilia Frenkel

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“Multi-state System Reliability Analysis and Optimization for Engineers and Industrial Managers” Book Review: This book is an up-to-date description of multi-state system (MSS) reliability as a natural extension of classical binary-state reliability. This book presents all essential theoretical achievements in the field but is also practically oriented. New theoretical issues are described in this book which includes combined Markov and semi-Markov processes methods, statistical data processing for MSSs, reliability analysis of aging MSSs and the main definitions and concepts of fuzzy MSS. This book also discusses life cycle cost analysis and practical optimal decision making for real world MSSs. There are numerous examples in each section in order to illustrate mathematical tools. Real world MSSs (such as power generating and transmission systems, air-conditioning systems, production systems, etc.) are considered as case studies. This book describes basic concepts of MSS, MSS reliability measures and tools for MSS reliability assessment and optimization. This book is beneficial for researchers as well as for practical engineers and industrial managers.

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