Computational Vision and Medical Image Processing: VipIMAGE 2009

Author: João Manuel R.S. Tavares & R.M. Natal Jorge
Publisher: CRC Press, 2009
Pages: 464
ISBN: 978-0415570411:
Aimed at: Medical computing experts
Rating: 4
Pros: Complete papers of a 2009 conference
Cons: Very diverse
Reviewed by: Mike James

A nicdely produced set of conference proceedings with a diverse set of papers.

Author: João Manuel R.S. Tavares & R.M. Natal Jorge
Publisher: CRC Press, 2009
Pages: 464
ISBN: 978-0415570411:
Aimed at: Medical computing experts
Rating: 4
Pros: Complete papers of a 2009 conference
Cons: Very diverse
Reviewed by: Mike James

This is a collection of all of the papers presented at VipIMAGE 2009 and it joins the earlier volumes documenting previous conferences. It's hardback and very nicely produced with each paper in the style of a journal paper. The papers are gathered together into the various sessions and themes presented at the conference.

The collection is extremely diverse ranging from medical modeling to new imagine techniques. The most important thing to point out to anyone considering this collection is to say that the range of topics is heavily biased towards the medical area of application with very few pure computational vision papers with short special sections on robotics and satellite imagery looking as if they had got lost on their way to another conference.

If your topic is medical computing then this is worth adding to the library.


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Leading Lean Software Development

Author: Mary & Tom Poppendieck
Publisher: Addison-Wesley, 2009
Pages: 312
ISBN: 978-0321620705
Aimed at: Leaders of software teams and of organisations 
Rating: 4.5
Pros: Highly readable, thought provoking
Cons: Sometimes seems to stray off topic
Reviewed by: Sue Gee

Results are Not the Point - a [ ... ]



Programming Microsoft LINQ in Microsoft .NET Framework 4

Author: Paolo Pialorsi & Marco Russo
Publisher: Microsoft Press
Pages: 704
ISBN: 978-0735640573
Aimed at: .NET programmers
Rating: 5
Pros: Good and comprehensive coverage, well structured
Cons: Focuses on C# and ignores VB.NET
Reviewed by: Mike James

A whole, quite thick, book on LINQ? Is this sensible [ ... ]


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