As the core middleware in your system landscape, SAP NetWeaver PI plays an enterprise-critical role. But how can you ensure smooth operation? This book answers your questions. Using a highly detailed scenario as an example, the authors guide you through all administration tasks and provide useful tips for your daily work.
Learn which of the numerous parameters are relevant for the configuration of SAP NetWeaver PI and Application Server, and what the recommended settings are.
SLD and Enterprise Services Repository
Get to know the two most important tools for the administration of your system landscape: creating and managing software components, SLD bridge, service modeling and publishing, and much more.
Authorizations, Performance, and Monitoring
Master the core administration tasks: Define who is supposed to have which authorizations, ensure fast message processing, and use the options for focused monitoring.
Concrete Instructions with Numerous Screenshots
Learn step-by-step how to perform each key task. Detailed menu descriptions and various figures guide the way.
Expert Tips for Real Life
Benefit from the authors' experience with customer projects. Practice-oriented descriptions focused on practical implementation, designed to help you achieve fast results.
Parameterization of PI and Application Server
Import of Business Content
Configuration of the System Landscape Directory
Setup of Change Management Service and CTS+
Roles, Authorizations, and Single Sign-On
Performance Optimization and Monitoring
Working with the Enterprise Services Repository
Neural Networks: Algorithms, Applications, and Programming Techniques The book explains and deduces mathematically the working principle of many architectures, and presents commented examples (good ones) in structured English (very similar to Pascal). I used it as the basis for many NN's and felt quite satisfied in all cases.
The appearance of digital computers and the development of modern theories
Numerical Polynomial Algebra This first book on the numerical analysis of polynomial systems is a stepping stone at the interface of symbolic computation and numerical computation. Bernard Sturmfels, Department of Mathematics, University of Berkeley
I am not familiar with any books that do such a careful job of combining numerical analysis with the algebra of...