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This book describes the popular XML and JSON data-interchange languages. Youll explore each language and learn how to parse/create XML-based documents and parse JSON-based documents via various Java APIs. You will also learn how XML and JSON are applied and used in AJAX (and AJAJ), Android, Big Data, and Web Services contexts, all from the Java perspective. Each chapter ends with select exercises designed to challenge your grasp of the chapters content. An appendix provides the answers to these exercises. A second appendix presents a list of developer questions about XML and JSON along with my answers to these questions. What youll learn How to use Java, JSON and XML together to build services, big data How to use XML; parse XML documents with SAX, DOM, StAX; selecting nodes with XPath; and transform XML documents with XSLT What is JSON and how to explore parsing JSON content with Google GSON, Jackson, Quick JSON How to roll your own JSON APIs How to use XML and JSON with Ajax, Android, big data and web services Who this book is for This book is for intermediate or advanced Java programmers/developers. Jeff Friesen is a freelance tutor and software developer with an emphasis on Java (and now Android). In addition to authoring Learn Java for Android Development and co-authoring Android Recipes -- Jeff has written numerous articles on Java and other technologies for JavaWorld, informIT, Java.net, DevSource and more.
Learn the principles behind object-oriented programming and within a few chapters create a fully functional Ruby application. Youll also gain a basic understanding of many ancillary technologies such as databases, XML, web frameworks, and networking - some of which are needed as part of a fully functioning Ruby application. Based on the bestselling first and second editions, Beginning Ruby, Third Edition is a leading guide to learn Ruby from the ground up. The new edition of this book provides the same excellent introduction to Ruby as the previous editions plus updates for the newest version of Ruby 2.3. This book can also be used as a textbook or companion to a textbook on beginning Ruby programming. The light and agile Ruby programming language remains a very popular open source scripting option for developers building todays web and even some enterprise applications. And, now, Ruby also has applications using the Raspberry Pi, popular among hobbyists and makers. Many former Java developers still use Ruby on Rails today, the most popular framework for building Ruby applications. What Youll Learn What are the fundamentals of Ruby and its object-oriented building blocks How to work with Ruby libraries, gems, and documentation How to work with files and databases How to write and deploy Ruby applications What are the various Ruby web frameworks and how to use them How to do network programming with Ruby and more Who This Book Is For This book is for beginning programmers, programmers new to Ruby, and web developers interested in learning and knowing the foundations of the Ruby programming language. Peter Cooper is an experienced Ruby developer, trainer, and publisher who runs Ruby Inside, the most popular blog in the Ruby and Rails worlds, with 18,000 subscribers. He also curates RubyFlow, a popular Ruby community link blog. Over the past few years he has developed, launched, and sold two startups (Feed Digest and Code Snippets), both powered by Ruby and Rails.
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The volume presents high quality research papers presented at Second International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for Intelligent Systems (ICICC 2017). The conference was held during 2-4 August 2017, Pune, India and organized communally by Dr. Vishwanath Karad MIT World Peace University, Pune, India at MIT College of Engineering, Pune and supported by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). The volume contains research papers focused on ICT for intelligent computation, communications and audio, and video data processing. Prof. Subhash Bhalla joined as a faculty of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi in 1986, at the School of Computer and Systems Sciences. He was a Visiting Scientist at Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA (1987-88). He is a member of the Computer Society of IEEE and SIGMOD of ACM. He is associated with the Department of Computer Software at the University of Aizu, Japan. He has also toured and lectured at many industries for conducting feasibility studies and for adoption of modern techniques. He has received several grants for research projects. Prof. Bhalla currently participates in the Intelligent Dictionary System Project. He is exploring database designs to support models for Information Interchange through the World Wide Web. He is working with a study team on creating user interfaces for web users and transaction management system for mobile computing. He is studying transaction management and algorithmic designs for Distributed Real-Time Systems. He is also pursuing performance evaluation and modeling of distributed algorithms. His research interests include managing components and application services; distributed client/middleware/service oriented computing; XML, e-commerce; mobile database management systems; web query and web data mining; synchronization and crash recovery; and integration of technologies. Prof. Vikrant Bhateja is Associate Professor, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, Shri Ramswaroop Memorial Group of Professional Colleges (SRMGPC), Lucknow and also the Head (Academics & Quality Control) in the same college. His area of research include digital image and video processing, computer vision, medical imaging, machine learning, pattern analysis and recognition, neural networks, soft computing and bio-inspired computing techniques. He has more than 90 quality publications in various international journals and conference proceedings. Prof. Bhateja has been on TPC and chaired various sessions from the above domain in international conferences of IEEE and Springer. He has been the track chair and served in the core-technical/editorial teams for international conferences: FICTA 2014, CSI 2014 and INDIA 2015 under Springer-ASIC Series and INDIACom-2015, ICACCI-2015 under IEEE. He is associate editor in International Journal of Convergence Computing (IJConvC) and also serving in the editorial board of International Journal of Image Mining (IJIM) under Inderscience Publishers. At present he is guest editors for two special issues floated in International Journal of Rough Sets and Data Analysis (IJRSDA) and International Journal of System Dynamics Applications (IJSDA) under IGI Global publications. Dr. Anjali Chandavale is currently working as Associate Professor (Information Technology) in Maharashtra Academy of Engineering and Educational Researchs Maharashtra Institute of Technology College of Engineering, Pune, India. She has over 18 years of teaching and over 6 years of industrial experience in the field of Process Instrumentation. Her research interests include Internet Security, Image Processing and Embedded Systems. Dr. Chandavale has worked as Research and Development Engineer in Lectrotek Systems Pvt. Ltd., Pune, for 4 years and also as a Software Engineer (Design and Development) in Ajay Electronics Pvt. Ltd. (1997-1998), Pune. She has several publications in journals as well as in conference proceedings of international repute. Prof. Anil S. Hiwale is currently working as Professor and Head of Department of Information Technology, MIT College of Engineering, Pune. He completed his Ph.D. from SGB Amravati University, Amravati. Prof. Hiwale has 28 years of teaching experience and published over 50 research papers in National/International Journals and conferences. His areas of research
This handbook offers a thorough treatment of the science of linguistic annotation. Leaders in the field guide the reader through the process of modeling, creating an annotation language, building a corpus and evaluating it for correctness. Essential reading for both computer scientists and linguistic researchers. Linguistic annotation is an increasingly important activity in the field of computational linguistics because of its critical role in the development of language models for natural language processing applications. Part one of this book covers all phases of the linguistic annotation process, from annotation scheme design and choice of representation format through both the manual and automatic annotation process, evaluation, and iterative improvement of annotation accuracy. The second part of the book includes case studies of annotation projects across the spectrum of linguistic annotation types, including morpho-syntactic tagging, syntactic analyses, a range of semantic analyses (semantic roles, named entities, sentiment and opinion), time and event and spatial analyses, and discourse level analyses including discourse structure, co-reference, etc. Each case study addresses the various phases and processes discussed in the chapters of part one. Nancy Ide is Professor of Computer Science at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, USA. She has been in the field of computational linguistics for over 30 years and made significant contributions to research in word sense disambiguation, computational lexicography, discourse analysis, and the use of semantic web technologies for language data. She is founder of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI), the first major standard for representing electronic language data, and later developed the XML Corpus Encoding Standard (XCES). More recently, she co-developed the ISO LAF/GrAF representation format for linguistically annotated data. She has also developed major corpora for American English, including the Open American National Corpus (OANC) and the Manually Annotated Sub-Corpus (MASC), and has been a pioneer in efforts to foster open data and resources. Professor Ide is Co-Editor-in-Chief of the journal Language Resources and Evaluation and Editor of the Springer book series Text, Speech, and Language Technology. James Pustejovsky is the TJX Feldberg professor of computer science at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, United States. His expertise includes theoretical and computational modeling of language, specifically: Computational linguistics, Lexical semantics, Knowledge representation, temporal and spatial reasoning and Extraction. His main topics of research are Natural language processing generally, and in particular, the computational analysis of linguistic meaning. He proposed Generative Lexicon theory in lexical semantics. His other interests include temporal reasoning, event semantics, spatial language, language annotation, computational linguistics, and machine learning.