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Thematic Cartography, 3-Volume Set

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Thematic Cartography, 3-Volume Set

Colette Cauvin, Francisco Escobar, Aziz Serradj

ISBN: 978-1-848-21109-4 March 2010 Wiley-ISTE 1280 Pages

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Description

This series in three volumes considers maps as constructions resulting from a number of successive transformations and stages integrated in a logical reasoning and an order of choices.
  • Volume 1 introduces the basis of thematic cartography; the map is regarded as a construct due to transformation processes.
  • Volume 2 focuses on the impact of the quantitative revolution, partially related to the advent of the computer age, on thematic cartography.
  • Volume 3 is exclusively focused on the new approaches on thematic cartography offered by the three successive revolutions affecting the discipline: digital, multimedia and the Internet.

Foreword 9

Chapter 1. Introduction 13
Serge HADDAD, Fabrice KORDON, Laurent PAUTET and LaurePETRUCCI

FIRST PART. LARGE SCALE PEER-TO-PEER DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS19

Chapter 2. Introduction to Large-Scale Peer-to-PeerDistributed Systems 21
Fabrice KORDON

Chapter 3. Design Principles of Large-Scale DistributedSystem 33
Xavier BONNAIRE and Pierre SENS

Chapter 4. Peer-to-Peer Storage 59
Olivier MARIN, Sébastien MONNET and GaëlTHOMAS

Chapter 5. Large-Scale Peer-to-Peer Game Applications81
Sébastien MONNET and Gaël THOMAS

SECOND PART. DISTRIBUTED, EMBEDDED AND REAL-TIME SYSTEMS105

Chapter 6. Introduction to Distributed Embedded and Real-timeSystems 107
Laurent PAUTET

Chapter 7. Scheduling in Distributed Real-Time Systems117
Emmanuel GROLLEAU, Michaël RICHARD, and PascalRICHARD

Chapter 8. Software Engineering for Adaptative EmbeddedSystems 159
Etienne BORDE

Chapter 9. The Design of Aerospace Systems 191
Maxime PERROTIN, Julien DELANGE, and JérômeHUGUES

THIRD PART. SECURITY IN DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS 229

Chapter 10. Introduction to Security Issues in DistributedSystems 231
Laure PETRUCCI

Chapter 11. Practical Security in Distributed Systems237
Benoît BERTHOLON, Christophe CÉRIN, Camille COTI,Jean-Christophe DUBACQ, and Sébastien VARRETTE

Chapter 12. Enforcing Security with Cryptography301
Sami HARARI and Laurent POINSOT

List of Authors 331

Index 333

"With a strong focus on theory and method, and systematic presentation of each concept, the volumes are directed to students of cartography and geography." (Book News Inc, November 2010)