Papers from an October 2002 symposium describe research in areas including algorithms, artificial intelligence, computer graphics, computer networks, databases, evolutionary computation, graph theory, image processing, multimedia technology, software engineering, and software performance engineering. Some specific topics are packet selection in a deflection routing algorithm, honeycomb subdivision, a new image-based lighting method, visualizing transition diagrams of action language programs, and solution stability in evolutionary computation. Other subjects include control of lightpaths in heterogeneous optical networks, exploiting semantic constraints in a database browser, and bandwidth allocation in bluetooth scatternets. There is no subject index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORHatice Gunes Department of Computer Systems, University of Technology, Sydney Sydney, Australia haticeg(5), it.uts.edu.au ... attractiveness can be measured by using mathematical ratios provided by investigators in psychology, arts and image analysis. ... Many formulas have been used in this attempt, the most famous of these being the Golden Proportion [1 1], Facial Thirds  and Facial Fifths .
|Title||:||International Symposium on Computer and Information Sciences|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2002-10-30|