Networked Digital Technologies, Part II: Second by Filip Zavoral, Jakub Yaghob, Pit Pichappan, Eyas El-Qawasmeh

By Filip Zavoral, Jakub Yaghob, Pit Pichappan, Eyas El-Qawasmeh

On behalf of the NDT 2010 convention, this system Committee and Charles collage in Prague, Czech Republic, we welcome you to the lawsuits of the second one foreign convention on ‘Networked electronic applied sciences’ (NDT 2010). The NDT 2010 convention explored new advances in electronic and net expertise functions. It introduced jointly researchers from a variety of components of desktop and knowledge sciences who addressed either theoretical and utilized features of internet know-how and net functions. we are hoping that the discussions and alternate of rules that came about will give a contribution to developments within the expertise within the close to destiny. The convention bought 216 papers, out of which eighty five have been approved, leading to an popularity fee of 39%. those authorized papers are authored by means of researchers from 34 nations masking many major components of net purposes. every one paper used to be evaluated by way of at the least reviewers. eventually, we think that the complaints rfile the easiest learn within the studied components. We exhibit our due to the Charles college in Prague, Springer, the authors and the organizers of the convention.

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