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  • engineering design via surrogate modeling
  • mixed analog-digital
  • high-frequency cmos
  • mosfet dc
  • systems
  • stockage
  • énergie renouvelables
  • energies renouvelables
  • énergie renouvelable
  • énergies renouvelables
  • energie renouvelable
  • circuit
  • circuits
  • simulation
  • simulations
  • système
  • systèmes
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A CONSULTER SUR PLACE
N°89
NOUVELLES ACQUISITIONS
Décembre 2009 - Janvier 2010

Bibliothèque - Centre de Documentation de Supélec
Campus de Gif-sur-Yvette
Bibliothequegif@supelec.fr
Tél : 01 69 85 12 31
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AUTOMATIQUE ...................................................................................................................... 6
Simulation et modélisation des systèmes de systèmes : Vers la maîtrise de la complexité ............... 6
Engineering Design via Surrogate Models: A Practical Guide ............................................................. 6
Quality and Reliability in Engineering ................................................................................................. 7
Modeling and Control of Complex Physical Systems: the Port-Hamiltonian Approach ..................... 7
ELECTRONIQUE ..................................................................................................................... 7
Fundamentals of High-Frequency CMOS Analog Integrated Circuits ................................................. 7
Electromagnetics for High-Speed Analog and Digital Communication Circuits .................................. 8
Semiconductor Devices for High-Speed Optoelectronics ................................................................... 8
Mixed Analog-Digital VLSI Devices and Technology ............................................................................ 9
ELECTROTECHNIQUE ........................................................................................................... 9
Sensorless Vector and Direct Torque Control ..................................................................................... 9
Technologies du stockage d'énergie ................................................................................................. 10
INFORMATIQUE ................................................................................................................... 10
Design and Modeling for Computer Experiments ............................................................................. 10
Design and Analysis of Simulation Experiments ............................................................................... 11
Model-Based Design for Embedded Systems ................................................................................... 12
The Grid: Blueprint for a New Computing Infrastructure ................................................................. 12
CISCO - Notions de base sur les réseaux - 1er module de préparation à la certification CCNA 640-
802 ..................................................................................................................................................... 13
Elements of Programming ................................................................................................................. 14
A Guide to MATLAB for Beginners and Experienced Users (Second Edition) ................................... 14
Two-Dimensional Information Theory and Coding: With Applications to Graphics Data and High-
density Storage Media....................................................................................................................... 15
Manuel d'intelligence artificielle ....................................................................................................... 15
MATHEMATIQUES ............................................................................................................... 16
Sensitivity Analysis ............................................................................................................................ 16
Mathématiques des Sciences Appliquées : Transformation de Fourier, espaces de Hilbert,
équations aux dérivées partielles ...................................................................................................... 17
Gaussian Processes for Machine Learning ........................................................................................ 17
Modélisation probabiliste pour l'ingénieur : Expériences aléatoires, calculs et lois, variables et
vecteurs aléatoires ............................................................................................................................ 17
Nonparametric Econometrics ........................................................................................................... 18
Statistique en action : cours et problèmes corrigés .......................................................................... 18
The Design and Analysis of Computer Experiments.......................................................................... 19
Interpolation of Spatial Data: Some Theory for Kriging .................................................................... 19
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PHYSIQUE ET PHYSIQUE APPLIQUEE ............................................................................. 19
Engineering Dynamics ....................................................................................................................... 19
Comment fonctionnent les nanomachines ? .................................................................................... 20
Non-linear Modeling and Analysis of Solids and Structures ............................................................. 20
RADIO ..................................................................................................................................... 21
RFID Technology and Applications .................................................................................................... 21
Manuel sur les faisceaux hertziens numériques ............................................................................... 21
Radio-Frequency Electronics: Circuits and Applications ................................................................... 22
RF Power Amplifier Behavioral Modeling ......................................................................................... 22
TELECOMMUNICATIONS ................................................................................................... 23
Optimizing Wireless Communication Systems .................................................................................. 23
THEORIE DE L’INFORMATION – SIGNAL ....................................................................... 23
Problèmes inverses en imagerie et en vision (1)............................................................................... 23
Problèmes inverses en imagerie et en vision (2)............................................................................... 24
Information Theory, Inference and Learning Algorithms.................................................................. 24
THESES ET MEMOIRES ....................................................................................................... 27
Outils d'analyse et de commande pour les systèmes variant dans le temps.................................... 27
Sur la synthèse paramétrique d'asservissements de processus non-linéaires ................................. 27
Synthèses d'expériences robustes pour modèles à paramètres incertains ...................................... 27
Apport du filtrage particulaire au recalage altimétrique dans un contexte de navigation hybridée 28
Propriétés structurelles de modèles: études théoriques, tests formels, application à la catalyse
hétérogène ........................................................................................................................................ 28
Prévision d'une image du trafic maritime à partir d'un centre à terre ............................................. 29
Méthodes à haute résolution pour antennes non uniformes ........................................................... 29
BIBLIOTHECONOMIE, DOCUMENTATION ..................................................................... 32
La recherche documentaire (Nouvelle édition) ................................................................................ 32
ECONOMIE ............................................................................................................................. 32
Les états et le carbone ...................................................................................................................... 32
La catastrophe climatique ................................................................................................................. 32
Nouveau climat sur la Terre : Comprendre, prédire, réagir .............................................................. 33
Les guerres du climat : Pourquoi on tue au XXIe siècle..................................................................... 33
Introduction à la sécurité économique ............................................................................................. 34
ENSEIGNEMENT ................................................................................................................... 34
Grandes écoles : La fin d'une exception française ............................................................................ 34
ENTREPRISE .......................................................................................................................... 35
Retour d'expérience et maîtrise des risques. Pratiques et méthodes de mise en œuvre ................ 35
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HISTOIRE / HISTOIRE DES SCIENCES .............................................................................. 36
Une belle histoire du temps .............................................................................................................. 36
LA RECHERCHE .................................................................................................................... 36
Rédiger pour être publié ! Conseils pratiques pour les scientifiques ............................................... 36
PHILOSOPHIE ........................................................................................................................ 37
La science est le défi du XXIe siècle ................................................................................................... 37
R – ROMANS .......................................................................................................................... 40
N'espérez pas vous débarrasser des livres ........................................................................................ 40
LITTERATURE EN ANGLAIS .............................................................................................. 40
Indignation ........................................................................................................................................ 40

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SCIENCES EXACTES
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AUTOMATIQUE
620.001- AUTOMATIQUE: MODELISATION ET SIMULATION PAR
ORDINATEUR

Simulation et modélisation des systèmes de systèmes : Vers la maîtrise de la complexité
Par CANTOT Pascal - 412 pages - R: 620.001 CAN - Hermès - 2009
« Dans des domaines tels que l'aéronautique, les transports, les télécommunications, la banque
ou la défense, les systèmes deviennent de plus en plus complexes, tandis que les contraintes
pesant sur leur conception, leur utilisation, voire leur retrait de service vont croissantes.
L'ingénierie des systèmes complexes et des systèmes de systèmes constitue donc un défi
majeur aux enjeux considérables. Dans ce contexte, la modélisation et la simulation des
systèmes apparaissent comme un outil de grande valeur pour l'ingénieur, tant côté maîtrise
d'œuvre que maîtrise d'ouvrage. Qu'est-ce que la simulation ? Quelles sont ses différentes
utilisations ? Comment conçoit-on une simulation ? Comment doit-elle être mise en œuvre ?
Que peut-elle faire pour la maîtrise des systèmes complexes ? Quelles sont ses limites ? Quel
est son impact financier dans la conduite de projet ? Telles sont les questions auxquelles cet
ouvrage s'attachera à répondre, en suivant une démarche didactique et concrète, illustrée par
de nombreux exemples tirés de projets industriels. » (Résumé de l'éditeur)
Table des matières :
1. Introduction 2. La simulation : historique, concepts et exemples 3. Principes de
modélisation 4. Crédibilité des modélisations et des simulations 5. Modélisation des systèmes
et de leur environnement 6. Modélisation et simulation de systèmes complexes : pièges et
limites des interprétations 7. Moteurs de simulation et structures d'accueil 8. La simulation
distribuée 9. Le concept de Battlelab 10. Conclusion : quel retour sur investissement peut-on
attendre de la simulation ?

Engineering Design via Surrogate Models: A Practical Guide
Par FORRESTER Alexander I.J. - 210 pages - R: 620.001 FOR - Wiley – 2008 – Localisé en
SSE
"Surrogate models expedite the search for promising designs by standing in for expensive
design evaluations or simulations. They provide a global model of some metric of a design
(such as weight, aerodynamic drag, cost, etc.), which can then be optimized efficiently.
Engineering Design via Surrogate Modeling is a self-contained guide to surrogate models and
their use in engineering design. The fundamentals of building, selecting, validating, searching
and refining a surrogate are presented in a manner accessible to novices in the field. Figures
are used liberally to explain the key concepts and clearly show the differences between the
various techniques, as well as to emphasize the intuitive nature of the conceptual and
mathematical reasoning behind them. More advanced and recent concepts are each presented
in stand-alone chapters, allowing the reader to concentrate on material pertinent to their
current design problem, and concepts are clearly demonstrated using simple design problems.
This collection of advanced concepts (visualization, constraint handling, and coping with
noisy data, gradient-enhanced modeling, multi-fidelity analysis and multiple objectives)
represents an invaluable reference manual for engineers and researchers active in the area.
Engineering Design via Surrogate Modeling is complemented by a suite of Matlab codes,
allowing the reader to apply all the techniques presented to their own design problems. By
applying statistical modeling to engineering design, this book bridges the wide gap between
the engineering and statistics communities. It will appeal to postgraduates and researchers
across the academic engineering design community as well as practicing design
engineers."(Book Cover)
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629.801 – AUTOMATIQUE – DIAGNOSTIC

Quality and Reliability in Engineering
Par CHANDRUPATLA Tirupathi R. - 309 pages - R: 629.801 CHA - Cambridge University
Press - 2009
“Quality and Reliability in Engineering provides an integrated approach to quality
specification, quality control and monitoring, and reliability. Examples and exercises stress
practical engineering applications. Steps in the development of the theory are implemented in
complete, self-contained computer programs. The book serves as a textbook for upper level
undergraduate courses in quality and reliability in mechanical engineering, manufacturing
engineering, and industrial engineering programs. It can be used as a supplement to upper
level capstone design courses, short courses for quality training, and as a learning resource for
practicing engineers. » (Book cover)
Table of Contents:
1. Quality Concepts 2. Tolerances and Fits 3. Geometric Tolerances 4. Elements of
Probability and Statistics 5. Sampling Concepts 6. Data Presentation: Graphs and Charts 7.
Statistical Process Control 8. Process Capability Analysis 9. Acceptance Sampling 10.
Experimental Design 11. Reliability Concepts 12. Reliability Testing

629.892 – ROBOTIQUE – ROBOTS

Modeling and Control of Complex Physical Systems: the Port-Hamiltonian Approach
Par DUINDAM Vincent - 423 pages - R: 629.892 DUI - Springer - 2009
“Energy Exchange is a major foundation of the Dynamics of Physical Systems, and, hence, in
the study of complex multi-domain Systems, methodologies that explicitly describe the
topology of Energy Exchanges are instrumental in structuring the Modeling and the
Computation of the System's Dynamics and its Control. This book is the outcome of the
European Project Geoplex (FP5 IST-2001-34166) that studied and extended such system
Modeling and Control methodologies. This unique book starts from the basic concept of port-
based Modeling, and extends it to port-Hamiltonian Systems. This generic paradigm is
applied to various physical domains, showing its power and unifying flexibility for real multi-
domain Systems. » (Book Cover)
Table of Contents:
1 Port-Based Modeling of Dynamic Systems 2 Port-Hamiltonian Systems 3 Port-Based
Modeling in Different Domains 4 Infinite-Dimensional Port-Hamiltonian Systems 5 Control
of Finite-Dimensional Port-Hamiltonian Systems 6 Analysis and Control of Infinite-
Dimensional Systems A Model Transformations and Analysis using Bond Graphs B
Mathematical Background Author's Biographies References
ELECTRONIQUE
621.381 5 – COMPOSANTS ELECTRONIQUES

Fundamentals of High-Frequency CMOS Analog Integrated Circuits
Par LEBLEBICI Duran - 302 pages - R: 621.381 5 LEB - Cambridge University Press - 2009
“With a design-centric approach, this textbook bridges the gap between fundamental analog
electronic circuit textbooks and more advanced RF IC design texts. The major issues that
must be taken into account when combining analog and digital circuit building blocks are
covered, together with the key criteria and parameters that are used to describe system-level
performance. Simple circuit models enable a robust understanding of high-frequency design
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fundamentals, and SPICE simulations are used to check results and fine-tune the design. With
solved design examples to guide the reader through the decision process that accompanies
each design task, this is an ideal textbook for senior undergraduate and graduate courses in RF
CMOS circuits, RF circuit design, and high-frequency analog circuit design. Analog
integrated circuit designers and RF circuit designers in industry who need help making design
choices will also find this a practical and valuable reference. Solved design examples to guide
the reader through the decision process that accompanies each design task, with an emphasis
on key trade-offs. Coverage of the major issues that must be taken into account when
combining analog and digital circuit building blocks. Simple circuit models enable a robust
understanding of high-frequency design fundamentals.” (Editor’s Notes)
Table of Contents :
1. Components of Analog CMOS ICs. 2. Basic MOS Amplifiers, DC and Low Frequency
Behavior.3. High Frequency Behavior of Basic Amplifiers. 4. Frequency Selective RF
Circuits.5. LC Oscillators. Signal Converters for High Frequencies (Radio Frequencies) 6.
Appendices.

Electromagnetics for High-Speed Analog and Digital Communication Circuits
Par NIKNEJAD Ali M. - 452 pages - R: 621.381 5 NIK - Cambridge University Press - 2008
Modern communications technology demands smaller, faster and more efficient circuits. This
book reviews the fundamentals of electromagnetism in passive and active circuit elements,
highlighting various effects and potential problems in designing a new circuit. The author
begins with a review of the basics - the origin of resistance, capacitance, and inductance - then
progresses to more advanced topics such as passive device design and layout, resonant
circuits, impedance matching, high-speed switching circuits, and parasitic coupling and
isolation techniques. Using examples and applications in RF and microwave systems, the
author describes transmission lines, transformers, and distributed circuits. State-of-the-art
developments in Si based broadband analog, RF, microwave, and mm-wave circuits are
reviewed. With up-to-date results, techniques, practical examples, illustrations and worked
examples, this book will be valuable to advanced undergraduate and graduate students of
electrical engineering, and practitioners in the IC design industry.
(Book Cover)
Table of Contents :
1 – Introduction 2 – Capacitance 3 – Resistance 4 - Ampère, Faraday, and Maxwell 5 –
Inductance 6 - Passive device design and layout 7 - Resonance and impedance matching 8 -
Small-signal high-speed amplifiers 9 - Transmission lines 10 – Transformers 11 - Distributed
circuits 12 - High-speed switching circuits 13 - Magnetic and electrical coupling and isolation
14 - Electromagnetic propagation and radiation 15 - Microwave circuits

621.381 52- SEMI-CONDUCTEURS

Semiconductor Devices for High-Speed Optoelectronics
Par GHIONE Giovanni - 463 pages - R: 621.381 52 GHI - Cambridge University Press - 2009
“Providing an all-inclusive treatment of electronic and optoelectronic devices used in high-
speed optical communication systems, this book emphasizes circuit applications, advanced
device design solutions, and noise in sources and receivers. Core topics covered include
semiconductors and semiconductor optical properties, high-speed circuits and transistors,
detectors, sources, and modulators. It discusses in detail both active devices (heterostructure
field-effect and bipolar transistors) and passive components (lumped and distributed) for
high-speed electronic integrated circuits. It also describes recent advances in high-speed
devices for 40 Gbps systems. Introductory elements are provided, making the book open to
readers without a specific background in optoelectronics, whilst end-of-chapter review
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questions and numerical problems enable readers to test their understanding and experiment
with realistic data. » (Book Cover)
Table of Contents :
1 - Semiconductors, alloys, heterostructures 2 - Semiconductor optical properties 3 - High-
speed semiconductor devices and circuits 4 – Detectors 5 – Sources 6 – Modulators

621.395 – CIRCUITS INTEGRES A TRES GRANDE ECHELLE (VLSI),
CIRCUITS LOGIQUES

Mixed Analog-Digital VLSI Devices and Technology
Par TSIVIDIS Yannis P. - 284 pages - R: 621.395 TSI - World Scientific - 2006
“Improve your circuit-design potential with this guide to the devices and technology used in
mixed analog-digital VLSI chips for such high-volume applications as hard-disk drives,
wireless telephones and consumer electronics. The book provides a critical understanding of
device models, fabrication technology and layout as they apply to mixed analog-digital
circuits. You will learn about the many device-modeling requirements for analog work as well
as the pitfalls in models used today for computer simulators such as Spice. Also included is
information on fabrication technologies developed specifically for mixed-signal VLSI chips,
plus guidance on the layout of mixed analog-digital chips for a high degree of analog-device
matching and minimum digital-to-analog interference. The book also includes an introduction
to MOSFET operation that will enable the reader to view with insight any MOSFET model -
besides thorough discussions on valuable large-signal and small-signal models.”
(Book Cover)
Table of Contents :
1. Introduction: Mixed Analog-Digital Chips; 2. The MOSFET: Introduction and Qualitative
View; 3. MOSFET DC Modeling; 4. MOSFET Small-Signal Modeling; 5. Technology and
Available Circuit Components; 6. Layout; 7. Appendices: Additional MOS Transistor
Modeling Information; 8. A Set of Benchmark Tests for Evaluating MOSFET Models for
Analog Design; 9. A Sample Spice Input File.
ELECTROTECHNIQUE
621.310 – MACHINES ELECTRIQUES – RESEAUX

Sensorless Vector and Direct Torque Control
Par VAS Peter - 729 pages - R: 621.310 VAS - Oxford University Press – 2003 – Localisé en
Automatique
“This is the first comprehensive book on sensorless high performance a.c. drives. It is
essential reading for anyone interestred in acquiring a solid background on sensorless torque-
controlled drives. It presents a detailed and unified treatment of sensorless vector-controlled
and direct-torque controlled drive systems. It also discusses the applications of artificial
intelligence to drives. Where possible, space vector theory is used and emphasis is laid on
detailed mathematical and physical analysis. Sensorless drive schemes for different types of
permanent magnet synchronous motors, synchronous reluctance motors, and induction motors
are also presented. These include more than twenty vector drives e.g. five types of MRAS-
based vector drives, and eleven types of direct-torque-controlled (DTC) drives, e.g. the ABB
DTC drive. However, torque-controlled switched reluctance motor drives are also discussed
due to their emerging importance. The book also covers various drive applications using
artificial intelligence (fuzzy logic, neural networks, fuzzy-neural networks) and Al-based
modeling of electrical machines. Finally, self-commissioning techniques are also discussed.
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This is a comprehensive thoroughly up-to-date and self-contained book suitable for students
at various levels, teachers, and industrial readership. Peter Vas is a Professor at the
Department of Engineering at the University of Aberdeen, UK, where he is also the Head of
the Intelligent Motion Control Group. His previous books published by Oxford University
Press are extensively used worldwide.” (Book Cover)
Table of Contents :
Introduction 2. The space-phasor model of A.C. machines 3. Vector and direct torque control
of synchronous machines 4. Vector and direct torque control of induction machines 5. Torque
control of switched reluctance motors 6. Effects of magnetic saturation 7. Artificial
intelligence-based steady-state and transient analysis of electrical machines, estimators 8.
Self-commissioning; Index

621.312 – PRODUCTION, TRANSFORMATION, ACCUMULATION,
TRANSPORT D’ENERGIE ELECTRIQUE

Technologies du stockage d'énergie
Par BRUNET Yves - 248 pages - R: 621.312 BRU - Hermès - 2009
« Cet ouvrage fait le point sur les avantages et inconvénients des différents types de stockage
de l'énergie, en dehors des énergies fossiles classiques (pétrole, uranium, gaz), et détaille les
technologies développées en vue d'une utilisation sous forme électrique. Le stockage est un
des points les plus critiques pour le développement des nouvelles technologies de l'énergie, en
particulier celles qui utilisent le vecteur Électricité tout au long de la chaine source
énergétique, génération, production, transport, utilisation. Le stockage est important non
seulement pour les applications isolées ou indépendantes, utilisant ou non les énergies
renouvelables, souvent intermittentes, mais aussi pour sécuriser les systèmes couplés comme
les réseaux de transport et de distribution. Le développement et le choix des technologies de
stockage les plus pertinentes sont tributaires de paramètres technico-économiques, il peut
aussi apporter de nouveaux services, en particulier dans le cadre des nouveaux marchés de
l'électricité. » (Résumé de l’éditeur)
Table des matières :
Chapitre 1. Condensateurs film de puissance pour le stockage d'énergie Chapitre 2. Stockage
magnétique – SMES Chapitre 3. Stockage d'énergie sous forme d'énergie cinétique Chapitre
4. Stockage par air comprimé – CAES Chapitre 5. Stockage hydropneumatique Chapitre 6.
Stockage de l'électricité sous forme thermique à haute température Chapitre 7. Stockage
gravitaire hydraulique Chapitre 8. Electronique de puissance pour le stockage de l'énergie
INFORMATIQUE
003.3 – MODELISATION ET SIMULATION INFORMATIQUE

Design and Modeling for Computer Experiments
Par FANG Kai-Tai - 290 pages - R: 003.3 FAN - Chapman & Hall – 2006 – Localisé en SSE
“Computer simulations based on mathematical models have become ubiquitous across the
engineering disciplines and throughout the physical sciences. Successful use of a simulation
model, however, requires careful interrogation of the model through systematic computer
experiments. While specific theoretical/mathematical examinations of computer experiment
design are available, those interested in applying proposed methodologies need a practical
presentation and straightforward guidance on analyzing and interpreting experiment results.
Written by authors with strong academic reputations and real-world practical experience,
Design and Modeling for Computer Experiments is exactly the kind of treatment you need.
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