Information Hiding

14th International Conference, IH 2012, Berkeley, CA, USA, May 15-18, 2012, Revised Selected Papers

Author: Matthias Kirchner,Dipak Ghosal

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783642363726

Category: Computers

Page: 285

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This book contains the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the 14th Information Hiding Conference, IH 2012, held in Berkeley, CA, USA, in May 2012. The 18 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on multimedia forensics and counter-forensics, steganalysis, data hiding in unusual content, steganography, covert channels, anonymity and privacy, watermarking, and fingerprinting.

How to Write a Stellar Executive Resume

50 Tips to Reaching Your Job Target

Author: Brenda Bernstein

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.

ISBN: 1510729305

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 120

View: 7172

How to Write a Stellar Executive Resume is a step-by-step guide that empowers readers to create an effective and stand out from the crowd as a top candidate for an executive position. Brenda Bernstein, a Certified Executive Resume Master and author of the #1 Bestseller How to Write a Killer LinkedIn Profile, shares the tips and tricks she’s learned from more than two decades of helping job seekers get connected with the right position. Readers will discover: • The importance of knowing the target audience and how to best connect with them • Key social media tips for spreading the word about their skills and experiences • Why good ol’ cover letters are important, and how to use them effectively • Power verbs to use, and words to avoid • Samples of successful resumes For many executives conducting a job search, it may have been quite a while since they were last “looking.” It’s easier than ever to apply for a job – and as a result, there’s a lot of competition for a limited number of openings. There’s a lot to learn about the recruiting world we live in, and the best ways to use the tools at our disposal. This book provides practical, proven, up-to-date best practices for creating an effective executive resume that gets results.

Excitonic Processes in Solids

Author: Masayasu Ueta,Hiroshi Kanzaki,Koichi Kobayashi,Yutaka Toyozawa,Eiichi Hanamura

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642826024

Category: Science

Page: 530

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An exciton is an electronic excitation wave consisting of an electron-hole pair which propagates in a nonmetallic solid. Since the pioneering research of Fren kel, Wannier and the Pohl group in the 1930s, a large number of experimental and theoretical studies have been made. Due to these investigations the exciton is now a well-established concept and the electronic structure has been clarified in great detail. The next subjects for investigation are, naturally, dynamical processes of excitons such as excitation, relaxation, annihilation and molecule formation and, in fact, many interesting phenomena have been disclosed by recent works. These excitonic processes have been recognized to be quite important in solid-state physics because they involve a number of basic interactions between excitons and other elementary excitations. It is the aim of this quasi monograph to describe these excitonic processes from both theoretical and experimental points of view. we take a few To discuss and illustrate the excitonic processes in solids, important and well-investigated insulating crystals as playgrounds for excitons on which they play in a manner characteristic of each material. The selection of the materials is made in such a way that they possess some unique properties of excitonic processes and are adequate to cover important interactions in which excitons are involved. In each material, excitonic processes are described in detail from the experimental side in order to show the whole story of excitons in a particular material.

Unbeatable Resumes

America's Top Recruiter Reveals What REALLY Gets You Hired

Author: Tony Beshara

Publisher: AMACOM

ISBN: 0814417639

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 336

View: 1591

What does Tony Beshara do that most r'sum' "experts" don't? While the experts write r'sum's all day, Tony-the veteran placement specialist featured regularly on the Dr. Phil show-actually uses them to get people jobs. With Unbeatable R'sum's, Tony dissects and discusses real-life r'sum's for jobs in a wide range of industries from healthcare to banking, construction to technology, administration to sales and marketing, and more. The book shows readers how to build a powerful r'sum', utilize keywords effectively, use gaps and job changes to their advantage, and pair their r'sum's with concise, dynamic cover letters. He complements his expertise (he has personally placed more than 8,500 professionals) with the results of a survey of more than 3,000 managers, executives, HR specialists, and other hiring authorities about what gets r'sum's read, interviews granted, and jobs offered. Readers will learn: * The critical components of well-written r'sum' * How to ensure their r'sum' actually gets read... by the right people * What employers look for, and what turns them off * How to customize a r'sum' for a particular job * The truth about video r'sum's, job-search websites, and social networking sites like FaceBook, LinkedIn, andMySpace * And much more Unbeatable R'sum's shows job seekers of all types how to present themselves in the best possible light...for the best possible position.

One-Dimensional Conductors

Author: Seiichi Kagoshima,Hiroshi Nagasawa,Takashi Sambongi

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642831796

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 235

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This volume deals with physical properties of electrically one-dimensional conductors. It includes both a description of basic concepts and a review of recent progress in research. One-dimensional conductors are those materials in which an electric current flows easily in one specific crystal direction while the resistivity is very high in transverse directions. It was about 1973 when much attention began to be focussed on them and investigations started in earnest. The research was stimulated by the successful growth of crystals of the organic conductor TTF-TCNQ and of the inorganic conductor KCP. New concepts, characteristic of one dimension, were established in the in vestigations of their properties. Many new one-dimensional conductors were also found and synthesized. This field of research is attractive because of the discovery of new ma terials, phenomena and concepts which have only recently found a place in the framework of traditional solid-state physics and materials science. The relation of this topic to the wider field of solid-state sciences is therefore still uncertain. This situation is clearly reflected in the wide distribution of the fields of specialization of researchers. Due to this, and also to the rapid progress of research, no introductory book has been available which covers most of the important fields of research on one-dimensional conductors.

The Secret of the Villa Mimosa

Author: Elizabeth Adler

Publisher: Dell

ISBN: 030757511X

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

View: 8057

Was it an accident...or an attempted murder? Dr. Phyl Forster watched the TV news, horrified at the sight of the broken body in the ravine. Then she raced to the hospital to see the victim. Miraculously, the girl was alive, but without name or memory. An irresistible challenge to Dr. Phyl, the psychiatrist who had buried her own past.... Detective Franco Mahoney was looking for a killer, without a whisper of a clue. He needed the beautiful psychiatrist to unlock the victim's mind. But he wasn't prepared for the passion Dr. Phyl inspired or the passion that ensued.... Elizabeth Adler's riveting novel of erotic obsession and revenge sweeps from San Francisco to Paris, from the Côte d'Azur to a remote Hawaiian island, tracing a tale of murder and madness with roots in a decadent past.... From the Paperback edition.

The Theory of Magnetism II

Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics

Author: Daniel C. Mattis

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642824056

Category: Science

Page: 184

View: 4428

What is thermodynamics? What does statistical physics teach us? In the pages of this slim book, we confront the answers. The reader will discover that where thermodynami cs provi des a 1 arge scal e, macroscopi c theory of the ef fects of temperature on physical systems, statistical mechanics provides the microscopic analysis of these effects which, invariably, are the results of thermal disorder. A number of systems in nature undergo dramatic changes in aspect and in their properties when subjected to changes in ambient temperature or pres sure, or when electric or magnetic fields are applied. The ancients already knew that a liquid, a solid, or a gas can represent different states of the same matter. But what is meant by "state"? It is here that the systematic study of magnetic materials has provided one of the best ways of examining this question, which is one of the principal concerns of statistical physics (alias "statistical mechanics") and of modern thermodynamics.

Beyond the Crystalline State

An Emerging Perspective

Author: Ganesan Venkataraman,Debendranath Sahoo,Venkataraman Balakrishnan

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642834345

Category: Science

Page: 207

View: 762

Condensed matter exhibits a rich variety of phases. Of these, the crystalline state has, until recently, received most attention. This is not surprising, given the geometric regularity of crystals. At the other extreme one has amorphous materials. In between there are the various types of liquid crystals, the recently discovered quasicrystals, and so on. While the absence of the high degree of regularity that characterizes the crystalline phase is certainly a problem, these noncrystalline states have nevertheless been receiving some attention over the years. However, it is only during the last few years that something like a uni fied view of all these phases has begun to emerge, through an application of various sophisticated concepts. Geometry and symmetry (and unusual realiza tions of the latter) provide a unifying thread in this new and emerging perspec tive. This book is an attempt to capture the flavour of some of these recent de velopments. The approach is substantially descriptive, being intended to be accessible not only to experimental physicists, but also to chemists, materials scientists, metallurgists and ceramicists, whose work borders on physics. The prerequisites for a study of this book are a familiarity with basic solid-state physics and, in places, the elements of group theory and statistical mechanics. A few special topics are included at the end to aid those who wish to pur sure further the subject matter treated here.

Top Notch Executive Resumes

Creating Flawless Resumes for Managers, Executives, and CEOs

Author: Katharine Hansen

Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser

ISBN: 1601637926

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 256

View: 7862

Branded resumes that illuminate the candidate's unique value proposition and ROI are a must in today's quest for the executive suite. Top Notch Executive Resumes not only explains how to integrate branding into career-marketing communication, but also how to craft resumes that address your fit with the organization's mission and meet an employer's specific business needs. Hansen instructs high-level professionals in framing past accomplishments so that the employer can visualize the executive's strategic vision and industry insights, as well as what he or she can contribute. Highlights of the book include: A huge collection of resume samples in cutting-edge formats, organized by profession for easy navigability. Examples of a wide variety of complementary documents—including leadership profiles and executive bios—that top-level professionals need to round out their executive portfolios. Special additional features, including the preferences and peeves of hiring decision-makers, guidelines for working with recruiters, frequently asked questions, and case studies detailing complete job-search marketing campaigns. Let Top Notch Executive Resumes get you into that corner office!

Multiple Diffraction of X-Rays in Crystals

Author: Chung In-Hang

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642821669

Category: Science

Page: 300

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The three-dimensional arrangement of atoms and molecules in crystals and the comparable magnitude of x-ray wavelengths and interatomic distances make it possible for crystals to have more than one set of atomic planes that satisfy Bragg's law and simultaneously diffract an incident x-ray beam - this is the so-called multiple diffraction. This type of diffraction should, in prin ciple, reflect three-dimensional information about the structure of the dif fracting material. Recent progress in understanding this diffraction phenome non and in utilizing this diffraction technique in solid-state and materials sciences reveals the diversity as well as the importance of multiple diffraction of x-rays in application. Unfortunately, there has been no single book written that gives a sys tematic review of this type of diffraction, encompasses its diverse applica tions, and foresees future trends gf development. It is for this purpose that this book is designed. It is hoped that its appearance may possibly turn more attention of condensed-matter physicists, chemists and material scientists toward this particular phenomenon, and that new methods of non-destructive analysis of matter using this diffraction technique may be developed in the future.

Group Theory and Its Applications in Physics

Author: Teturo Inui,Yukito Tanabe,Yositaka Onodera

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642800211

Category: Science

Page: 397

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This book has been written to introduce readers to group theory and its ap plications in atomic physics, molecular physics, and solid-state physics. The first Japanese edition was published in 1976. The present English edi tion has been translated by the authors from the revised and enlarged edition of 1980. In translation, slight modifications have been made in. Chaps. 8 and 14 to update and condense the contents, together with some minor additions and improvements throughout the volume. The authors cordially thank Professor J. L. Birman and Professor M. Car dona, who encouraged them to prepare the English translation. Tokyo, January 1990 T. Inui . Y. Tanabe Y. Onodera Preface to the Japanese Edition As the title shows, this book has been prepared as a textbook to introduce readers to the applications of group theory in several fields of physics. Group theory is, in a nutshell, the mathematics of symmetry. It has three main areas of application in modern physics. The first originates from early studies of crystal morphology and constitutes a framework for classical crystal physics. The analysis of the symmetry of tensors representing macroscopic physical properties (such as elastic constants) belongs to this category. The sec ond area was enunciated by E. Wigner (1926) as a powerful means of handling quantum-mechanical problems and was first applied in this sense to the analysis of atomic spectra. Soon, H.

Core-Level Spectroscopy in Condensed Systems

Proceedings of the Tenth Taniguchi International Symposium, Kashikojima, Japan, October 19–23, 1987

Author: Junjiro Kanamori,Akio Kotani

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 364283437X

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 303

View: 2048

Core-level Spectroscopy in Condensed Systems describes how recent improvement of various experimental methods, together with new light and x-ray sources, have provided fresh information about the electronic states and atomic structures of a wide variety of materials. The topics coveredrange from the high-energy spectroscopy of bulk electronic states of rare-earth and transition metals and compounds, including high T superconductors, to recent developments in photoelectron diffraction and other surface problems, all with emphasis on theoretical aspects.

The Recursion Method and Its Applications

Proceedings of the Conference, Imperial College, London, England September 13–14, 1984

Author: D.G. Pettifor,D.L. Weaire

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642824447

Category: Science

Page: 184

View: 5796

This volume reviews recent advances in the development and application of the recursion method in computational solid state physics and elsewhere. It comprises the invited papers which were presented at a two-day conference at Imperial College, London during September 1984. The recursion method is based on the Lanczos algorithm for the tridiago nalisation of matrices, but it is much more than a straightforward numerical technique. It is widely regarded as the most elegant framework for a variety of calculations into which one may incorporate physical insights and a num ber of technical devices. The standard reference is Volume 35 of Solid State Physics, which contains all the early ideas of Heine, Haydock and others, upon which the method was established. The present volume provides the first review of subsequent developments. It also indicates where problems remain, or opinions differ, in the interpretation of the mathematical details or choice of practical techniques in applications. The field is still very li vely and much remains to be done, as the summary chapter clearly demonstra tes. We are grateful to the S. E. R. C. 's Collaborative Computational Project No. 9 on the electronic structure of solids and the Institute of Physics's Solid State Sub-committee for their sponsorship of the conference. We thank Angus MacKinnon for his help in conference organisation and Jacyntha Crawley for secretarial assistance. December 1984 David G. Pettifor Denis L. Weaire v Contents Part I Introduction Why Recur? By V.

Wait, How Do I Write This Email?

Author: Danny Rubin

Publisher: News to Live by

ISBN: 9780996349925

Category: Business & Economics

Page: N.A

View: 4317

Ever struggle with an email to network or find a job? Help has arrived. In his new book, Wait, How Do I Write This Email?, communications expert Danny Rubin provides 100+ "game-changing" templates for networking, the job search and LinkedIn. As well, the book teaches people how to harness the power of storytelling and build relationships that last

How to Write a KILLER LinkedIn Profile

And 18 Mistakes to Avoid

Author: Brenda Bernstein

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780996299602

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 214

View: 4619

Are you getting the results that you want from your LinkedIn® profile? If not, this book is for you. Brenda Bernstein provides you with 18 detailed strategies and writing tips, plus 7 bonus tips, that will teach you how to get found on LinkedIn®, and how to keep people reading after they find you. Using LinkedIn® to its full potential can lead you to results you never imagined.

Magnetic Excitations and Fluctuations

Proceedings of an International Workshop, San Miniato, Italy, May 28 – June 1, 1984

Author: S.W. Lovesey,U. Balucani,Ferdinando Borsa,V. Tognetti

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642823696

Category: Science

Page: 230

View: 375


Fermi Surface Effects

Proceedings of the Tsukuba Institute Tsukuba Science City, Japan, August 27–29, 1987

Author: Jun Kondo,A. Yoshimori

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642834256

Category: Science

Page: 141

View: 4410

This volume is the proceedings of the Tsukuba Institute '87 on Fermi Surface Effects, which was held August 27-29, 1987, at Tsukuba Science City in Japan. The topic of the Institute, Fermi surface effects, is one of the fascinating subjects of solid-state physics. It has been known since Sommerfeld's work that the conduction electrons of metals constitute a degenerate Fermi system, and it has also been recognized that the occu pation number of the electron states has a discontinuity across the Fermi surface. Several basic properties of metal electrons stem from this fact. Furthermore, it gives rise to a singular response of the metal electrons to local and dynamical perturbations of low frequency. Such singular behav ior of the metal electrons is called a Fermi surface effect. In his opening address, printed as the Foreword, Professor R. Kubo described Fermi sur face effects as due to "wild" behavior of the metal electrons. The Institute co~sisted of five invited lectures, each of which was two hours long and dealt with theoretical aspects of a subject related to Fermi surface effects. Each lecturer is an expert in the field, and gave an in tensive treatment of his own subject. The experiment of inviting only very few lecturers and allotting them ample time for both presentation and discussion seems to have been successful. This Institute, which was sponsored by the Japan Industrial Technology Association, will probably be followed by other institutes, forming a series.

Phonons: Theory and Experiments I

Lattice Dynamics and Models of Interatomic Forces

Author: Peter Brüesch

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642817815

Category: Science

Page: 261

View: 9164

This two-volume treatment grew out of lectures the author gave at the "Ecole Poly technique Federale de Lausanne" during the years 1975-1980 for graduate students in experimental physics in their last year of study. It is written by an experimentalist with some interest in theory and is ad dressed mainly to experimentalists, but also to theoreticians interested in experiments. This treatment tries to bridge the gap between theory and experiments; it should assist experimentalists in the interpretation of their data in the vast field of lattice dynamics. An attempt has been made to provide not only the basic concepts but also a working knowledge in this field of solid-state physics. In this first volume, the basic concepts of the physics of phonons are developed and illustrated by many examples; it provides the background necessary for the interpretation of most experimental results. The second volume, which is in preparation, is devoted to experimental techniques, the interpretation of experiments, and discussion of phenomena which are directly related with phonons. The book is designed for introductory courses at the graduate level. It is believed that the book will also prove useful to those graduate students starting research in this or related fields, as well as to many workers already active in this branch of solid-state physics.

Phonon Scattering in Condensed Matter

Author: Humphrey Maris

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1461330637

Category: Science

Page: 482

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The Third International Conference on Phonon Scattering in Condensed Matter was held at Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island from August 28-31, 1979. The previous conferences in this series were held at Nottingham in 1975, and in France at Paris and Ste Maxime in 1972. Until about 15 years ago phonon scattering was studied almost exclusively by measurements of thermal conductivity. This approach has the severe limitation that the result obtained for the phonon scattering rate is actually the average of the scattering for all of the phonons in the sample. Thus, no distinction can be made between phonons of different polarization, direction of propagation, or energy. During the 1960's several significant developments occurred. The most important of these was the application by Von Gutfeld and Nethercot of the "heat-pulse" method, previously used only in liquid helium, to the investigation of phonons in crystals. This approach makes possible the study of the propagation and scat tering of phonons of known polarization and propagation direction. The early heat-pulse experiments used phonon generators which pro duced phonons having a broad distribution of energies and, in addi tion, the phonon detectors were sensitive to phonons of all energies.