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2013 9th International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing (WiCOM)

All areas related to wireless communications, network technologies, and mobile computing systems.


2013 IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics (SOLI)

Service science, service operations, logistics, and informatics are becoming ever more complex and interdependent. They are playing an increasingly important role in today

  • 2012 IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics and Informatics (SOLI)

    Service science, service operations, logistics, and informatics are becoming ever more complex and interdependent. They are playing an increasingly important role in today s world economy. Information and communications technology provides cyber-infrastructure and platforms to achieve more efficient and productive services operations. New types of service offerings are also emerging to meet the needs of customers and consumers.The IEEE Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics (SOLI) conference series aims to bring together researchers and practitioners to discuss issues, challenges and future directions, share their R&D findings and experiences in relative areas.

  • 2011 IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics and Informatics (SOLI)

    Service science, service operations, logistics, and informatics are becoming ever more complex and interdependent. They are playing an increasingly important role in today s world economy. Information and communications technology provides cyber-infrastructure and platforms to achieve more efficient and productive services operations. New types of service offerings are also emerging to meet the needs of customers and consumers.The IEEE Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics (SOLI) conference seri

  • 2010 IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics and Informatics (SOLI)

    Service science, service operations, logistics, and informatics are becoming ever more complex and interdependent. They are playing an increasingly important role in today s world economy. Information and communications technology provides cyber-infrastructure and platforms to achieve more efficient and productive services operations. New types of service offerings are also emerging to meet the needs of customers and consumers. The IEEE Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics (SOLI) conference ser

  • 2009 IEEE/INFORMS International Conference on Service Operations, Logistics and Informatics (SOLI)

    Provide a remarkable opportunity for the academic and industrial communities to address new challenges and share solutions, and discuss future research directions related to service operations, logistics and informatics.

  • 2008 IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics (SOLI)

    Services, service operations, logistics, and informatics are becoming ever more complex and interdependent. They are playing an increasingly important role in today's world economy. Information and communications technology provides cyber-infrastructure and platforms to achieve more efficient and productive services operations. New types of service offerings are also emerging to meet the needs of customers and consumers.


2013 Third International Conference on Intelligent System Design and Engineering Applications (ISDEA)

ISDEA 2013 will bring experts from several Continents to give presentations,exchange information and learn about the latest developments in the field of Intelligent System and their Applications.


2012 3rd International Conference on E-Business and E-Government (ICEE)

ICEE 2012 aims to provide a high-level international forum for researchers and engineers to present and discuss recent advances and new techniques in E-Business,E-Commerce and E-Government.

  • 2011 International Conference on E-Business and E-Government (ICEE)

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  • 2010 International Conference on E-Business and E-Government (ICEE)

    E-Business and E-Commerce,E-Government, E-education,Engineering Management, Service Management & Knowledge Management


2012 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)

Now in its 45th year, the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) is one of the longest-standing continuously running scientific conferences. This conference brings together researchers in an aloha-friendly atmosphere conducive to free exchange of scientific ideas. HICSS offers a unique, highly interactive and professionally challenging environment that attendees find "very helpful with lots of different perspectives and ideas as a result of discussion."


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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE

The IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine publishes articles concerned with the various aspects of systems for space, air, ocean, or ground environments.


Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, IEEE

IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters (AWP Letters) will be devoted to the rapid electronic publication of short manuscripts in the technical areas of Antennas and Wireless Propagation.


Computer

Computer, the flagship publication of the IEEE Computer Society, publishes peer-reviewed technical content that covers all aspects of computer science, computer engineering, technology, and applications. Computer is a resource that practitioners, researchers, and managers can rely on to provide timely information about current research developments, trends, best practices, and changes in the profession.


Computers, IEEE Transactions on

Design and analysis of algorithms, computer systems, and digital networks; methods for specifying, measuring, and modeling the performance of computers and computer systems; design of computer components, such as arithmetic units, data storage devices, and interface devices; design of reliable and testable digital devices and systems; computer networks and distributed computer systems; new computer organizations and architectures; applications of VLSI ...


Engineering Management, IEEE Transactions on

Management of technical functions such as research, development, and engineering in industry, government, university, and other settings. Emphasis is on studies carried on within an organization to help in decision making or policy formation for RD&E.


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Use Of Systems Analysis Techniques In Ocean Resources Development

M. G. Johnson Proceedings of the 1988 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 1988

First Page of the Article ![](/xploreAssets/images/absImages/00754399.png)


A Subjective Merit Review System

Daniel J. Strauss IRE Transactions on Engineering Management, 1958

Among the tools currently used by management to appraise its employees is the ``Merit Review System.'' The majority of companies in industry make an attempt to ``rate'' each employee objectively, using a standardized rating form, and adjust salary accordingly. It is this writer's opinion that a true appraisal of an employee is a very subjective matter that takes into account ...


Managing interpersonal conflict

G. Carle International Conference on Professional Communication,Communication Across the Sea: North American and European Practices, 1990

The author outlines five possible ways people manage their interpersonal conflict in the corporate setting: by avoiding, coercing, compromising, soothing, and confronting. It is pointed out that, of these, confrontation is the most productive. Five steps to confrontation include being upfront about a specific incident, explaining its effect on you, describing your feelings about it, communicating your needs and offers ...


Designing for concurrent error detection in VLSI: application to a microprogram control unit

M. M. Yen; W. K. Fuchs; J. A. Abraham IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, 1987

An integrated approach to the design of a microprogram control unit (MCU) that possesses the distinction of having comprehensive concurrent-error-detection (CED) capability for errors generated by VLSI physical failures is presented. The implementation of the functionally complex single-chip MCU is discussed and the fault model used is explained. Circuit design techniques that have recently been developed for self-checking VLSI systems ...


Notice of Retraction<BR>Risk appraisal of assets securitization based on ecology theory

Ruichao Du; Shujun Ye; Xiaolan Guan 2010 2nd International Conference on Advanced Computer Control, 2010

Notice of Retraction After careful and considered review of the content of this paper by a duly constituted expert committee, this paper has been found to be in violation of IEEE's Publication Principles. We hereby retract the content of this paper. Reasonable effort should be made to remove all past references to this paper. The presenting author of this paper ...


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Use Of Systems Analysis Techniques In Ocean Resources Development

M. G. Johnson Proceedings of the 1988 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 1988

First Page of the Article ![](/xploreAssets/images/absImages/00754399.png)


A Subjective Merit Review System

Daniel J. Strauss IRE Transactions on Engineering Management, 1958

Among the tools currently used by management to appraise its employees is the ``Merit Review System.'' The majority of companies in industry make an attempt to ``rate'' each employee objectively, using a standardized rating form, and adjust salary accordingly. It is this writer's opinion that a true appraisal of an employee is a very subjective matter that takes into account ...


Managing interpersonal conflict

G. Carle International Conference on Professional Communication,Communication Across the Sea: North American and European Practices, 1990

The author outlines five possible ways people manage their interpersonal conflict in the corporate setting: by avoiding, coercing, compromising, soothing, and confronting. It is pointed out that, of these, confrontation is the most productive. Five steps to confrontation include being upfront about a specific incident, explaining its effect on you, describing your feelings about it, communicating your needs and offers ...


Designing for concurrent error detection in VLSI: application to a microprogram control unit

M. M. Yen; W. K. Fuchs; J. A. Abraham IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, 1987

An integrated approach to the design of a microprogram control unit (MCU) that possesses the distinction of having comprehensive concurrent-error-detection (CED) capability for errors generated by VLSI physical failures is presented. The implementation of the functionally complex single-chip MCU is discussed and the fault model used is explained. Circuit design techniques that have recently been developed for self-checking VLSI systems ...


Notice of Retraction<BR>Risk appraisal of assets securitization based on ecology theory

Ruichao Du; Shujun Ye; Xiaolan Guan 2010 2nd International Conference on Advanced Computer Control, 2010

Notice of Retraction After careful and considered review of the content of this paper by a duly constituted expert committee, this paper has been found to be in violation of IEEE's Publication Principles. We hereby retract the content of this paper. Reasonable effort should be made to remove all past references to this paper. The presenting author of this paper ...


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  • Index

    A brilliant instruction set for achieving CMM® and CMMI® Level 2 requirementsMany organizations, in their push to complete a successful Level 2 CMM or CMMI appraisal, make sizable investments to develop and document their software processes. This book helps these organizations save both time and money while skillfully moving from the chaos of a free-form software development process to one that is controlled, documented, and repeatable. Specifically, the author demonstrates how the application of select IEEE Software Engineering Standards ensures the production of higher quality, reproducible software products.Although the CMM and CMMI set forth standards in six Key Process Areas (KPAs) that must be satisfied to achieve Level 2 accreditation, they do not provide guidance on how to reach these standards. Readers will discover why that role should fall to the IEEE Software Engineering Standards, which, when applied effectively, can be used to develop best practices and fulfill the requirements associated with effective software project management. This book provides the link between Level 2 requirements and the supporting items available in the IEEE Software Engineering Standards. Using the detailed matrices that the author has designed to map Level 2 requirements to IEEE Software Engineering Standards, readers can better understand and meet the criteria set forth in all six KPAs.Everything needed to meet Level 2 requirements is provided: Introduction and overview Summary of SW-CMM Summary of CMMI-SW (Staged) Differences between CMM and CMMI-SW (Staged) IEEE Software Engineering StandardsTechnical terminology for each phase of a CMM and a CMMI-SW model is explained in simple language making them easy to understand. For organizations that do n ot wish to pursue Level 2 accreditation, the book is still an essential resource that provides practical guidance for developing sound software engineering practices. This book is recommended for all software engineers, project managers, and auditors.

  • About the Author

    A brilliant instruction set for achieving CMM® and CMMI® Level 2 requirementsMany organizations, in their push to complete a successful Level 2 CMM or CMMI appraisal, make sizable investments to develop and document their software processes. This book helps these organizations save both time and money while skillfully moving from the chaos of a free-form software development process to one that is controlled, documented, and repeatable. Specifically, the author demonstrates how the application of select IEEE Software Engineering Standards ensures the production of higher quality, reproducible software products.Although the CMM and CMMI set forth standards in six Key Process Areas (KPAs) that must be satisfied to achieve Level 2 accreditation, they do not provide guidance on how to reach these standards. Readers will discover why that role should fall to the IEEE Software Engineering Standards, which, when applied effectively, can be used to develop best practices and fulfill the requirements associated with effective software project management. This book provides the link between Level 2 requirements and the supporting items available in the IEEE Software Engineering Standards. Using the detailed matrices that the author has designed to map Level 2 requirements to IEEE Software Engineering Standards, readers can better understand and meet the criteria set forth in all six KPAs.Everything needed to meet Level 2 requirements is provided: Introduction and overview Summary of SW-CMM Summary of CMMI-SW (Staged) Differences between CMM and CMMI-SW (Staged) IEEE Software Engineering StandardsTechnical terminology for each phase of a CMM and a CMMI-SW model is explained in simple language making them easy to understand. For organizations that do n ot wish to pursue Level 2 accreditation, the book is still an essential resource that provides practical guidance for developing sound software engineering practices. This book is recommended for all software engineers, project managers, and auditors.

  • Curriculum Design, Implementation and Evaluation

    This Chapter begins with a definition of the curriculum. The curriculum is always subject to minor changes as teachers take up the prevailing ideas and respond to technological change. Sometimes it is necessary to formalize these changes. Formalization has to take into account the mission, aims and objectives of the institution in which the department resides. Engineering departments are also subject to the requirements of their profession. Change is often caused by external factors. It often demands substantial changes in the culture of the organizational unit responsible for delivering the curriculum. A theoretical model of the curriculum process derived from a proposal by Tyler is discussed. Since Tyler's proposal the terminology has become very confused. An example of the application of the model to the problem of curriculum overload is discussed. It is noted that there are many variations of this model but, the implications of all these models for the role of the teacher and the institution are similar. Taking into account any professional requirements, the role of the teacher is to determine (a) the aims and objectives (outcomes) of the course (program) to be given, (b) the best methods of achieving those aims and objectives (outcomes), (c) the sequence of learning and instruction, and,, if as a result of (b) and (c) they have been achieved. Traditionally the last process has been called evaluation. A distinction is made between the assessment of student learning and evaluation. Evaluation embraces the assessment of student learning. It would detect mismatches between the formal learning environment and the experiences of students in that environment achieving desired outcomes. It would also include the evaluation of teaching performance, the continuing appraisal of goals in response to sociotechnical change, and the attention to the core values of the course (p rogram). The Chapter concludes that the determination of aims and objectives (outcomes) is an important but difficult process that involves their screening using the philosophy, sociology, and psychology of education.

  • Summary of SW-CMM

    This chapter contains sections titled: The CMM® for Software (SW-CMM®) Key Process Areas Appraisal of the CMM®

  • Appendix B Level 2 Mappings of CMMI-SE/SW/IPPD (Staged) V.1.1 to SW-CMM V. 1.1

    A brilliant instruction set for achieving CMM® and CMMI® Level 2 requirementsMany organizations, in their push to complete a successful Level 2 CMM or CMMI appraisal, make sizable investments to develop and document their software processes. This book helps these organizations save both time and money while skillfully moving from the chaos of a free-form software development process to one that is controlled, documented, and repeatable. Specifically, the author demonstrates how the application of select IEEE Software Engineering Standards ensures the production of higher quality, reproducible software products.Although the CMM and CMMI set forth standards in six Key Process Areas (KPAs) that must be satisfied to achieve Level 2 accreditation, they do not provide guidance on how to reach these standards. Readers will discover why that role should fall to the IEEE Software Engineering Standards, which, when applied effectively, can be used to develop best practices and fulfill the requirements associated with effective software project management. This book provides the link between Level 2 requirements and the supporting items available in the IEEE Software Engineering Standards. Using the detailed matrices that the author has designed to map Level 2 requirements to IEEE Software Engineering Standards, readers can better understand and meet the criteria set forth in all six KPAs.Everything needed to meet Level 2 requirements is provided: Introduction and overview Summary of SW-CMM Summary of CMMI-SW (Staged) Differences between CMM and CMMI-SW (Staged) IEEE Software Engineering StandardsTechnical terminology for each phase of a CMM and a CMMI-SW model is explained in simple language making them easy to understand. For organizations that do n ot wish to pursue Level 2 accreditation, the book is still an essential resource that provides practical guidance for developing sound software engineering practices. This book is recommended for all software engineers, project managers, and auditors.

  • Acknowledgments

    A brilliant instruction set for achieving CMM® and CMMI® Level 2 requirementsMany organizations, in their push to complete a successful Level 2 CMM or CMMI appraisal, make sizable investments to develop and document their software processes. This book helps these organizations save both time and money while skillfully moving from the chaos of a free-form software development process to one that is controlled, documented, and repeatable. Specifically, the author demonstrates how the application of select IEEE Software Engineering Standards ensures the production of higher quality, reproducible software products.Although the CMM and CMMI set forth standards in six Key Process Areas (KPAs) that must be satisfied to achieve Level 2 accreditation, they do not provide guidance on how to reach these standards. Readers will discover why that role should fall to the IEEE Software Engineering Standards, which, when applied effectively, can be used to develop best practices and fulfill the requirements associated with effective software project management. This book provides the link between Level 2 requirements and the supporting items available in the IEEE Software Engineering Standards. Using the detailed matrices that the author has designed to map Level 2 requirements to IEEE Software Engineering Standards, readers can better understand and meet the criteria set forth in all six KPAs.Everything needed to meet Level 2 requirements is provided: Introduction and overview Summary of SW-CMM Summary of CMMI-SW (Staged) Differences between CMM and CMMI-SW (Staged) IEEE Software Engineering StandardsTechnical terminology for each phase of a CMM and a CMMI-SW model is explained in simple language making them easy to understand. For organizations that do n ot wish to pursue Level 2 accreditation, the book is still an essential resource that provides practical guidance for developing sound software engineering practices. This book is recommended for all software engineers, project managers, and auditors.

  • Emotion

    This chapter contains sections titled: Appraisal Theories of Emotion, Abstract Functional Cognitive Operations, Unifying Cognitive Control and Appraisal, Emotion, Mood, and Feeling, Emotion and Reinforcement Learning, Demonstrations of Emotion Processing, Analysis of Requirements

  • Summary of CMMI-SW (Staged)

    This chapter contains sections titled: The CMMI®-SW Key Process Areas Overview of CMMI®-SW (Staged) Level 2 Process Areas Appraisal of the CMMI®

  • Appendix

    In this book, Vaclav Smil argues that power density is a key determinant of the nature and dynamics of energy systems. Any understanding of complex energy systems must rely on quantitative measures of many fundamental variables. Power density -- the rate of energy flux per unit of area -- is an important but largely overlooked measure. Smil provides the first systematic, quantitative appraisal of power density, offering detailed reviews of the power densities of renewable energy flows, fossil fuels, thermal electricity generation, and all common energy uses. Smil shows that careful quantification, critical appraisals, and revealing comparisons of power densities make possible a deeper understanding of the ways we harness, convert, and use energies. Conscientious assessment of power densities, he argues, proves particularly revealing when contrasting the fossil fuel--based energy system with renewable energy conversions. Smil explains that modern civilization has evolve as a direct expression of the high power densities of fossil fuel extraction. He argues that our inevitable (and desirable) move to new energy arrangements involving conversions of lower-density renewable energy sources will require our society -- currently dominated by megacities and concentrated industrial production -- to undergo a profound spatial restructuring of its energy system.

  • Appraisal of MCSA Including Lessons Learned via Industrial Case Histories

    This chapter starts with a flow chart for the application of motor current signature analysis (MCSA) to assess the operational condition of cage rotors in squirrel cage induction motors (SCIMs) operating in industry and is for the benefit of engineers who actually use the technology. It presents an appraisal which summarizes the strengths, weaknesses, and external constraints. MCSA provides the end users with a non???invasive, condition monitoring technique to assess the operational condition of cage windings in SCIMs. However, it is important to indicate the ideal conditions for the successful application of MCSA and essential to identify external constraints, weaknesses, and lessons learned when applying MCSA in industry to detect cage winding breaks. In large high voltage (HV) SCIMs, particularly in high speed 2???pole machines, it is often the case that end ring retaining rings (ERRs) are fitted and it is essential to know when this is the case.



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