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2017 11th International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS)

The International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS) series aims at providing an international forum for scientists, researchers, engineers and developers from a wide range of information science areas to exchange ideas and approaches in this evolving field. While presenting research findings and state-of-art solutions, researchers are especially invited to share experiences on new research challenges.

  • 2016 IEEE Tenth International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS)

    The goal of the series of International Conferences on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS) is to bring together scientists, researchers, engineers and practitioners from a wide range of information science fields and provide opportunities for knowledge sharing and dissemination. RCIS 2015 will continue paying attention to traditional topics at the conference; in addition, the special theme of Information is all around us will play a special role this year.

  • 2015 IEEE 9th International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS)

    The goal of the series of International Conferences on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS) is to bring together scientists, researchers, engineers and practitioners from a wide range of information science fields and provide opportunities for knowledge sharing and dissemination. RCIS 2015 will continue paying attention to traditional topics at the conference; in addition, the special theme of Information is all around us will play a special role this year. Topics include: Information Systems, Data and Information Management, Information Infrastructures, User-oriented Approaches, Business Intelligence, Business Process Management and Reflective Research and Practice.

  • 2014 IEEE Eighth International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS)

    RCIS goal is to bring together scientists, researchers, engineers and practitioners from a wide range of information science fields and provide opportunities for knowledge sharing and dissemination. At RCIS

  • 2013 IEEE Seventh International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS)

    RCIS 2013 aims at providing an international forum for scientists, researchers, engineers and developers from a wide range of information science areas to exchange ideas and approaches in this evolving field

  • 2012 Sixth International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS)

    The Sixth International Conference on RESEARCH CHALLENGES IN INFORMATION SCIENCE (RCIS) aims at providing an international forum for scientists, researchers, engineers and developers from a wide range of information science areas. While presenting research findings and state-of-art solutions, you are especially invited to share experiences on new research challenges in these main topics: Information System Engineering Business Applications Database and Information System Integration Decision Information Systems Data Management Internet Computing Knowledge Management Knowledge Discovery from Data Management Applications Spatial Information Systems Software Testing Human-Computer Interaction

  • 2011 IEEE Fifth International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS)

    The Fifth International Conference on RESEARCH CHALLENGES IN INFORMATION SCIENCE (RCIS) aims at providing an international forum for scientists, researchers, engineers and developers from a wide range of information science areas. While presenting research findings and state-of-art solutions, you are especially invited to share experiences on new research challenges in these main topics: Information System Engineering, Business applications, Data management, Database and Information System Integration.

  • 2010 Fourth International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS)

    The Fourth International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS) aims at providing an international forum for scientists, researchers, engineers and developers from a wide range of information science areas to exchange ideas and approaches in this evolving field. While presenting research findings and state-of-art solutions, attendees are especially invited to share experiences on new research challenges.

  • 2009 Third International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS)

    The International Conferences on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS) aimS at providing an international forum for scientists, researchers, engineers and developers from a wide range of information science areas to exchange ideas and approaches in this evolving field. While presenting research findings and state-of-art solutions, authors are especially invited to share experiences on new research challenges.

  • 2008 Second International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS)

    The International Conferences on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS) aim at providing an international forum for scientists, researchers, engineers and developers from a wide range of information science areas to exchange ideas and approaches in this evolving field. While presenting research findings and state-of-art solutions, authors are especially invited to share experiences on new research challenges.


2017 14th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM)

European Energy Markets

  • 2016 13th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM)

    Following the editions in Leuven in 2009, in Madrid in 2010, in Zagreb in 2011, in Florence in 2012, in Stockholm in 2013, in Krakow in 2014 and in Lisbon in 2015, EEM Conferences have already established a strong tradition in Europe and in the world in terms of building a forum to exchange ideas and to discuss a wide range of issues related with energy markets, not only associated with different types of mathematical formulations and solution approaches, but also directed to market design, regulatory policies, integration of DER and climate change as well as foresee and debate changes and challenges that this sector will most likely go through in the near and longer terms.

  • 2015 12th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM)

    Energy markets

  • 2014 11th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM)

    The conference is devoted to the design process and operation of the electricity market, gas market and carbon market, as well as related financial market related to the European and world power sector.

  • 2013 10th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM 2013)

    The International Conference on the European Energy Market is a premier forum for the exchange of ideas, open and direct discussion on the development of the energy markets in Europe. It has achieved a considerable success during the past nine editions covering the electricity and gas markets policies and experiences, climate change impacts on the sector and developments at the European level.

  • 2012 9th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM 2012)

    The focus os this conference is to bring high-level personalities, experts, researchers together to share information and to discuss the development of the energy sector in a market environment and the creation of the common European Energy Market.

  • 2011 European Energy Market (EEM)

    The International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM) is a premier forum to discuss the development of the energy sector in a market environment and the creation of the common European Energy Market.

  • 2010 7th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM 2010)

    The International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM) is a premier forum to discuss the development of the energy sector in a market environment and the creation of the common European Energy Market. It has achieved a considerable success during the past six editions covering the electricity and gas markets policies and experiences, climate change impacts on the sector and developments at the European level.

  • 2009 6th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM 2009)

    Electricity market policies, structures and rules; Transmission and distribution systems; Renewable energies and distributed generation (DG); Towards a fully functioning IEM; Gas, carbon and financial markets.

  • 2008 5th International Conference on the European Electricity Market (EEM 2008)

    The International Conference on the European Electricity Market - EEM is a premier forum for sharing information about the role of policy makers, the view of market players, the new technological developments and contribution from the latest academic research on the electricity and gas markets policies and experiences, climate change impact on the sector, new technologies and trends.


2017 17th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Grid Computing (CCGRID)

CCGrid is a successful series of conferences that serves as the major international forum for presenting and sharing recent research results and technological developments in the fields of Cluster, Cloud and Grid computing. The CCGrid symposium, which is sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Scalable Computing (TCSC) and the ACM, reaches out to both researchers and practitioners, and to both academia and industry. The conference features keynotes, technical presentations, posters, workshops, tutorials, as well as the SCALE challenge featuring live demonstrations. CCGrid 2017 will have a focus on important and immediate issues that are significantly influencing all aspects of cluster, cloud and grid computing. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:Applications, Architecture and Networking,Data Centers,Programming Models and Runtimes,Performance Models and Evaluation,Scheduling and Resource ManagementHybrid clouds, Storage and IO, Security, Rel


2017 19th European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications (EPE'17 ECCE Europe)

Energy conversion and conditioning technologies, power electronics, adjustable speed drives and their applications, power electronics for the smarter grid, energy efficiency, technologies for sustainable energy systems, converters and power supplies


2017 19th International Conference on Intelligent System Application to Power Systems (ISAP)

ISAP is a unique forum where two scientific communities meet: power systems and intelligent systems, and also where scientists and engineers and economists working in the industry align their vision on the needs and demands of the power industry. The Conference welcomes papers on Intelligent Systems Application to Electric Power and Energy Systems (Generation, Transmission, Distribution, Markets, Operations, and Planning)


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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.


Consumer Electronics, IEEE Transactions on

The design and manufacture of consumer electronics products, components, and related activities, particularly those used for entertainment, leisure, and educational purposes


Distributed Systems Online, IEEE

After nine years of publication, DS Online will be moving into a new phase as part of Computing Now (http://computingnow.computer.org), a new website providing the front end to all of the Computer Society's magazines. As such, DS Online will no longer be publishing standalone peer-reviewed articles.


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Research on 'Black and White Construction Contracts' in the Chinese Construction Industry

Jie Sun; BaiZhou He 2010 International Conference on Management and Service Science, 2010

'Black and White Construction Contracts' is a newly coined phrase in the Chinese construction industry that describes a project company signing two versions of a contract with the contractor. The paper explores the essence and the cause of 'Black and white construction contracts'. Meanwhile, it research on the legal debate based on the new interpretation promulgated by the Supreme People's ...


An Empirical Study on the Effects of the Non-Tradable Share Reform to the Cash Dividends Policy of Listed Companies in China: Based on Data Mining Technology

Jun Gao 2009 International Conference on E-Business and Information System Security, 2009

Based on data mining technology, this article compared the cash dividends distribution desire of listed companies in China during 2003-2007 to examine how the non-tradable share reform affects the dividends distribution behavior of controlling shareholders. The empirical study result indicates that cash dividends distribution desire of the listed companies has a positive correlation with the share-holding proportion of the first ...


Shrink-wrap license restrictions-preempted?

R. H. Stern IEEE Micro, 1997

Software publishers are fond of shrink-wrap licenses. These notices accompany copies of computer programs and state that by using the program you agree not to do various things that the publisher does not want you to do. Typically, for example, the publisher does not want you to disassemble the object code or otherwise reverse-engineer the computer program. Classically, tearing open ...


Analysis of hiring process optimization for enterprises

Guoqing Wu 2011 International Conference on Computer Science and Service System (CSSS), 2011

Based on the research upon the traditional hiring process by enterprises, the author presents in this paper some risks arising from the traditional hiring process by enterprises. Risks may arise from the defects in the description of the hiring qualifications required by an enterprise, from the false information provided by a candidate, or from the failure to execute an employment ...


Software warranties: what you see may not be what you get

H. L. Novick The Seventh Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care, 1983. Proceedings., 1983

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Research on 'Black and White Construction Contracts' in the Chinese Construction Industry

Jie Sun; BaiZhou He 2010 International Conference on Management and Service Science, 2010

'Black and White Construction Contracts' is a newly coined phrase in the Chinese construction industry that describes a project company signing two versions of a contract with the contractor. The paper explores the essence and the cause of 'Black and white construction contracts'. Meanwhile, it research on the legal debate based on the new interpretation promulgated by the Supreme People's ...


An Empirical Study on the Effects of the Non-Tradable Share Reform to the Cash Dividends Policy of Listed Companies in China: Based on Data Mining Technology

Jun Gao 2009 International Conference on E-Business and Information System Security, 2009

Based on data mining technology, this article compared the cash dividends distribution desire of listed companies in China during 2003-2007 to examine how the non-tradable share reform affects the dividends distribution behavior of controlling shareholders. The empirical study result indicates that cash dividends distribution desire of the listed companies has a positive correlation with the share-holding proportion of the first ...


Shrink-wrap license restrictions-preempted?

R. H. Stern IEEE Micro, 1997

Software publishers are fond of shrink-wrap licenses. These notices accompany copies of computer programs and state that by using the program you agree not to do various things that the publisher does not want you to do. Typically, for example, the publisher does not want you to disassemble the object code or otherwise reverse-engineer the computer program. Classically, tearing open ...


Analysis of hiring process optimization for enterprises

Guoqing Wu 2011 International Conference on Computer Science and Service System (CSSS), 2011

Based on the research upon the traditional hiring process by enterprises, the author presents in this paper some risks arising from the traditional hiring process by enterprises. Risks may arise from the defects in the description of the hiring qualifications required by an enterprise, from the false information provided by a candidate, or from the failure to execute an employment ...


Software warranties: what you see may not be what you get

H. L. Novick The Seventh Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care, 1983. Proceedings., 1983

First Page of the Article ![](/xploreAssets/images/absImages/00764726.png)


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  • Acknowledgments

    The gradual disappearance of paper and its familiar evidential qualities affects almost every dimension of contemporary life. From health records to ballots, almost all documents are now digitized at some point of their life cycle, easily copied, altered, and distributed. In Burdens of Proof, Jean- François Blanchette examines the challenge of defining a new evidentiary framework for electronic documents, focusing on the design of a digital equivalent to handwritten signatures.From the blackboards of mathematicians to the halls of legislative assemblies, Blanchette traces the path of such an equivalent: digital signatures based on the mathematics of public-key cryptography. In the mid-1990s, cryptographic signatures formed the centerpiece of a worldwide wave of legal reform and of an ambitious cryptographic research agenda that sought to build privacy, anonymity, and accountability into the very infrastructure of the Internet. Yet markets for cryptographic products collapsed in the aftermath of the dot-com boom and bust along with cryptography's social projects.Blanchette describes the trials of French bureaucracies as they wrestled with the application of electronic signatures to real estate contracts, birth certificates, and land titles, and tracks the convoluted paths through which electronic documents acquire moral authority. These paths suggest that the material world need not merely succumb to the virtual but, rather, can usefully inspire it. Indeed, Blanchette argues, in renewing their engagement with the material world, cryptographers might also find the key to broader acceptance of their design goals.

  • Legal and Regulatory Framework

    This chapter describes the legal and regulation framework for future mobile applications and services for families and ad‐hoc communities in this book's context.The framework consists of two parts: general part on competence issues and specific part on certain legal areas. The competence part of the chapter discusses the basic legal essence of ad‐hoc communities and families. The scenarios and specific legal areas part describes the most important specific legal areas that are related to future mobile ad‐hoc communities. It concentrates especially on privacy and data protection and intellectual property rights. The framework is based on the legal analysis of the scenarios presented in the Appendix, as well as of the service framework and applications presented in the previous chapters.

  • Index

    The gradual disappearance of paper and its familiar evidential qualities affects almost every dimension of contemporary life. From health records to ballots, almost all documents are now digitized at some point of their life cycle, easily copied, altered, and distributed. In Burdens of Proof, Jean- François Blanchette examines the challenge of defining a new evidentiary framework for electronic documents, focusing on the design of a digital equivalent to handwritten signatures.From the blackboards of mathematicians to the halls of legislative assemblies, Blanchette traces the path of such an equivalent: digital signatures based on the mathematics of public-key cryptography. In the mid-1990s, cryptographic signatures formed the centerpiece of a worldwide wave of legal reform and of an ambitious cryptographic research agenda that sought to build privacy, anonymity, and accountability into the very infrastructure of the Internet. Yet markets for cryptographic products collapsed in the aftermath of the dot-com boom and bust along with cryptography's social projects.Blanchette describes the trials of French bureaucracies as they wrestled with the application of electronic signatures to real estate contracts, birth certificates, and land titles, and tracks the convoluted paths through which electronic documents acquire moral authority. These paths suggest that the material world need not merely succumb to the virtual but, rather, can usefully inspire it. Indeed, Blanchette argues, in renewing their engagement with the material world, cryptographers might also find the key to broader acceptance of their design goals.

  • Notes

    The gradual disappearance of paper and its familiar evidential qualities affects almost every dimension of contemporary life. From health records to ballots, almost all documents are now digitized at some point of their life cycle, easily copied, altered, and distributed. In Burdens of Proof, Jean- François Blanchette examines the challenge of defining a new evidentiary framework for electronic documents, focusing on the design of a digital equivalent to handwritten signatures.From the blackboards of mathematicians to the halls of legislative assemblies, Blanchette traces the path of such an equivalent: digital signatures based on the mathematics of public-key cryptography. In the mid-1990s, cryptographic signatures formed the centerpiece of a worldwide wave of legal reform and of an ambitious cryptographic research agenda that sought to build privacy, anonymity, and accountability into the very infrastructure of the Internet. Yet markets for cryptographic products collapsed in the aftermath of the dot-com boom and bust along with cryptography's social projects.Blanchette describes the trials of French bureaucracies as they wrestled with the application of electronic signatures to real estate contracts, birth certificates, and land titles, and tracks the convoluted paths through which electronic documents acquire moral authority. These paths suggest that the material world need not merely succumb to the virtual but, rather, can usefully inspire it. Indeed, Blanchette argues, in renewing their engagement with the material world, cryptographers might also find the key to broader acceptance of their design goals.

  • Specifications, Codes, Standards, Contracts, Laws, and the Law

    This chapter contains sections titled: Generic Term: Specs Kinds of Specs American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Common Law: Torts Employees Your P.E. License Dealing with Customers Negotiating Customer's Duties to You References

  • The Inherent Limits of Our Legal System

    This chapter contains sections titled: The Implicit Social Contract, Effectiveness of the Law in Complex Territory with Many Variables, The Boundaries of Local Control, The Practical Limits of Law Enforcement

  • Written Proof

    This chapter contains sections titled: Contracts, To Reform or Not to Reform, Global Signatures, La Loi du 13 mars 2000, Conclusion

  • Epilogue

    The gradual disappearance of paper and its familiar evidential qualities affects almost every dimension of contemporary life. From health records to ballots, almost all documents are now digitized at some point of their life cycle, easily copied, altered, and distributed. In Burdens of Proof, Jean- François Blanchette examines the challenge of defining a new evidentiary framework for electronic documents, focusing on the design of a digital equivalent to handwritten signatures.From the blackboards of mathematicians to the halls of legislative assemblies, Blanchette traces the path of such an equivalent: digital signatures based on the mathematics of public-key cryptography. In the mid-1990s, cryptographic signatures formed the centerpiece of a worldwide wave of legal reform and of an ambitious cryptographic research agenda that sought to build privacy, anonymity, and accountability into the very infrastructure of the Internet. Yet markets for cryptographic products collapsed in the aftermath of the dot-com boom and bust along with cryptography's social projects.Blanchette describes the trials of French bureaucracies as they wrestled with the application of electronic signatures to real estate contracts, birth certificates, and land titles, and tracks the convoluted paths through which electronic documents acquire moral authority. These paths suggest that the material world need not merely succumb to the virtual but, rather, can usefully inspire it. Indeed, Blanchette argues, in renewing their engagement with the material world, cryptographers might also find the key to broader acceptance of their design goals.

  • Ensuring Privacy in Clouds

    This chapter introduces privacy in relationship to cloud computing architecture. Cloud architecture consists of one or more service offerings that enable data processing over a telecommunications network while the responsibility for the data primarily resides with, or is at least shared with, the cloud consumer. To ensure privacy in the cloud, cloud consumers and providers rely on a combination of contracts and software controls that restrict how personal information is collected, used, retained, transferred and destroyed. Information technology professionals must thus map requirements from privacy laws and standards to their information practices in a transparent and accountable manner. In this chapter, we begin by examining the philosophical foundations of privacy before connecting these broader concerns to specific privacy principles commonly referred to in privacy laws and standards. We then review privacy risks particular to the cloud, before discussing IT best practices for addressing those risks and emerging research in privacy relevant to cloud-based systems.

  • Bibliography

    The gradual disappearance of paper and its familiar evidential qualities affects almost every dimension of contemporary life. From health records to ballots, almost all documents are now digitized at some point of their life cycle, easily copied, altered, and distributed. In Burdens of Proof, Jean- François Blanchette examines the challenge of defining a new evidentiary framework for electronic documents, focusing on the design of a digital equivalent to handwritten signatures.From the blackboards of mathematicians to the halls of legislative assemblies, Blanchette traces the path of such an equivalent: digital signatures based on the mathematics of public-key cryptography. In the mid-1990s, cryptographic signatures formed the centerpiece of a worldwide wave of legal reform and of an ambitious cryptographic research agenda that sought to build privacy, anonymity, and accountability into the very infrastructure of the Internet. Yet markets for cryptographic products collapsed in the aftermath of the dot-com boom and bust along with cryptography's social projects.Blanchette describes the trials of French bureaucracies as they wrestled with the application of electronic signatures to real estate contracts, birth certificates, and land titles, and tracks the convoluted paths through which electronic documents acquire moral authority. These paths suggest that the material world need not merely succumb to the virtual but, rather, can usefully inspire it. Indeed, Blanchette argues, in renewing their engagement with the material world, cryptographers might also find the key to broader acceptance of their design goals.



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