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Adaptive Scientific Workflows
Large computing systems including clusters, clouds, and grids, provide high-performance capabilities that can be utilized for scientific applications. As the ubiquity of these systems increases and the scope of analysis ...
SCALABLE PACKET PROCESSING FOR HIGH-SPEED NETWORKS
Rapid expansion of the Internet has led to the exponential growth of requirement for high speed packet processing, including both header processing and payload processing. In network applications such as Routers, Firewalls ...
CLUSTERING AND ENTITY RESOLUTION FOR SEMI-STRUCTURED DATA
Using a graph representation of the data, a graph-based similarity measure to assess the similarity between data records is proposed. Both direct and indirect similarity are considered, which comprehensively capture the ...
Real-World Sensor Network Framework for Long-Term Volcano Monitoring
Wireless sensor network, composed of tens or hundreds of low-power and resource-constrained devices, has the potential to greatly enhance the understanding of volcanoes by permitting distributed deployments of sensor nodes ...
CAPTURING, SHARING, AND DISCOVERING PRODUCT DATA AT A SEMANTIC LEVEL - MOVING FORWARD TO THE SEMANTIC WEB FOR ADVANCING THE ENGINEERING PRODUCT DESIGN PROCESS
Along with the greater productivity that CAD automation provides nowadays, the product data of engineering applications needs to be shared and managed efficiently to gain a competitive edge for the engineering product ...