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2013 19th International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communications (ADCOM)

ACCS, a partner society of the IEEE Computer Society, is a registered scientific society in India founded to provide a forum to individuals, institutions and industry to promote and disseminate their innovative and pioneering work in Computing and Communications Sciences.ADCOM, the flagship Systems Conference of the ACCS, is a major annual international meeting that attracts professionals from industry, academia and governments across the world. ADCOM 2013 will focus on big data

  • 2009 17th International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communications (ADCOM)

    ADCOM 2009 explores "Green Computing as the central theme to achieve higher standards for energy-efficiencies in data centers and related infrastructure components, central processing units, servers and peripherals. It will emphasize reducing resource consumption in the march towards sustainable computing and a 'greener' ecosystem. Domain experts present and debate the issues and policies affecting Green initiatives and related areas in the multi track conference.


2013 7th IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies (DEST) - Complex Environment Engineering

The essence of digital ecosystems is the adoption of ecological system concepts, and creating value by making connections through collective intelligence and promoting collaboration instead of unbridled competition and ICT-based catalyst effects in a number of domains, to produce networked enriched communities and solutions. IEEE DEST 2013 with its special theme of - Complex Environment Engineering recognizes the key role of business process data modeling, representation and privacy-aware analysis for Digital Ecosystems, and vice versa. Further, the Innovation Adoption Forum underpins the importance of public-private partnership as the key for delivering sustainable solutions for our Complex Living and Business Environment

  • 2012 6th IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies (DEST) - Complex Environment Engineering

    Traditional ICT-support has often increased complexity, thus making the challenges even more severe. The Digital Ecosystem perspective aims to address the twofold challenge of Complex Environment Engineering and Digital Ecosystem Technology mapping. The complexity of both the challenges and the technological solutions has to be acknowledged.

  • 2011 5th IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies (DEST)

    The digital ecosystem is defined as an open, loosely coupled, demand-driven, domain clustered, agent-based self organized collaborative environment where species/agents form a temporary coalition (or longer term) for a specific purpose or goals, and everyone is proactive and responsive for its own benefit or profit. The essence of digital ecosystems is creating value by making connections through collective intelligence. Digital Ecosystems promote collaboration instead of unbridled competition and ICT based

  • 2010 4th IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies (DEST)

    The digital ecosystem is defined as an open, loosely coupled, demand driven, domain clustered, agent based self organized collaborative environment where species/agents form a temporary coalition (or longer term) for a specific purpose or goals, and everyone is proactive and responsive for its own benefit or profit. The essence of digital ecosystems is creating value by making connections through collective intelligence. Digital Ecosystems promote collaboration instead of unbridled competition and ICT based

  • 2009 3rd IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies (DEST)

    The digital ecosystem is defined as an open, loosely coupled, domain clustered, demand-driven, self-organising agents environment, where each species is proactive and responsive for its own benefit or profit. The underlying technology for digital ecosystems is composed of extended web services architecture, self-organising intelligent agents, ontology-based knowledge sharing and a swarm intelligence-based recommendation system.

  • 2008 2nd IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies (DEST)

    The 2nd IEEE DEST conference will become the main international forum for researchers and practitioners to exchange information regarding advancements in the practice of advanced models for designing and deploying inter-organisational digital business processes involving networks of small and medium enterprise.

  • 2007 Inaugural IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies (DEST)


2013 IEEE 11th International Conference on Industrial Informatics (INDIN)

The aim of the conference is to bring together researchers and practitioners from industry and academia and provide them with a platform to report on recent developments, deployments, technology trends and research results, as well as initiatives related to industrial informatics and their application.

  • 2012 10th IEEE International Conference on Industrial Informatics (INDIN)

    IEEE INDIN is the premier conference series presenting the state of the art and future perspectives of industrial information technologies, where industry experts, researchers, and academics share ideas and experiences surrounding frontier technologies, breakthrough and innovative solutions and applications.

  • 2011 9th IEEE International Conference on Industrial Informatics (INDIN)

    IEEE INDIN is the premier conference series presenting the state of the art and future perspectives of industrial information technologies, where industry experts, researchers, and academics share ideas and experiences surrounding frontier technologies, breakthrough and innovative solutions and applications.

  • 2010 8th IEEE International Conference on Industrial Informatics (INDIN)

    IEEE INDIN is the premier conference series presenting the state of the art and future perspectives of industrial information technologies, where industry experts, researchers, and academics share ideas and experiences surrounding frontier technologies, breakthrough and innovative solutions and applications. The theme of INDIN 2010 is "Information Technologies for Sustainable Development."


2012 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON)

The conference will provide an interdisciplinary forum for academic, research, and industrial collaboration on global engineering education.

  • 2011 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON)

    The conference will provide an interdisciplinary forum for academic, research and industrial collaboration in engineering education by presenting newest research results and practical show cases. In this it aims to bridge the gap between academic research and real world experiences. Its theme is "Learning Environments and Ecosystems in Engineering Education".


2012 IEEE World Congress on Services (SERVICES)

2012 IEEE World Congress on Services (SERVICES 2012) aims to serve as a federation to host the following five theme topic conferences to explore the deep knowledge space of Services Computing in different directions.

  • 2011 IEEE World Congress on Services (SERVICES)

    The theme of the 7th IEEE 2011 World Congress on Services (SERVICES 2011) is "modernization of the services industry." SERVICES 2011 supports and further explores the science and technology of modernizing services industries using latest methods and technologies such as as Services Computing.

  • 2010 IEEE Congress on Services (SERVICES)

    SERVICES 2010 supports and further explores the science and technology of modernizing services industries using latest methods and technologies such as as Services Computing, which has been formally promoted by IEEE Computer Society since 2003.


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Periodicals related to Ecosystems

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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.


Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, IEEE

It is expected that GRS Letters will apply to a wide range of remote sensing activities looking to publish shorter, high-impact papers. Topics covered will remain within the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Societys field of interest: the theory, concepts, and techniques of science and engineering as they apply to the sensing of the earth, oceans, atmosphere, and space; and ...


Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions on

Theory and applications of industrial electronics and control instrumentation science and engineering, including microprocessor control systems, high-power controls, process control, programmable controllers, numerical and program control systems, flow meters, and identification systems.


IT Professional

This IEEE Computer Society periodical covers the many rapidly emerging issues facing information technology professionals, developers, and managers of enterprise information systems. IT Professional's coverage areas include: Web services, Internet security, data management; enterprise architectures and infrastructures; organizing and utilizing data; instituting cross-functional systems; using IT for competitive breakthroughs; integrating systems and capitalizing on IT advances; emerging technologies like electronic ...


Visualization and Computer Graphics, IEEE Transactions on

Specific topics include, but are not limited to: a) visualization techniques and methodologies; b) visualization systems and software; c) volume visulaization; d) flow visualization; e) information visualization; f) multivariate visualization; g) modeling and surfaces; h) rendering techniques and methodologies; i) graphics systems and software; j) animation and simulation; k) user interfaces; l) virtual reality; m) visual programming and program visualization; ...




Xplore Articles related to Ecosystems

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An e-Groupware based on Multi Agents Systems for Knowledge Management

Davy Monticolo; Vincent Hilaire; Abder Koukam; Samuel Gomes 2007 Inaugural IEEE-IES Digital EcoSystems and Technologies Conference, 2007

This article presents a knowledge management experiment in a company of four hundred employees. Our researches concerns the development of a MAS associated to e-Groupware in order to build project memories. In SMEs, the development of a product requires a multidisciplinary team where professional actors work together to achieve the same goal. In this collaborative world we observe many exchanges ...


SSLE: A Language and an Interactive Editor for the Semantic Description of Services in MOF Architectures

Nektarios Gioldasis; Themistoklis Dakanalis; George Anestis; Nikos Pappas; Fotis Kazasis; Stavros Christodoulakis 2007 Inaugural IEEE-IES Digital EcoSystems and Technologies Conference, 2007

In this paper we describe an architecture, a language and an interactive graphical editor for the semantic description of services in digital business ecosystem environments. For the semantic description of business services, a MOF metadata modelling approach has been adopted where a meta-model provides the modelling elements needed to build custom service description models. The architecture can utilize complex or ...


Experimental Simulation of Oxygen Consumption by Bottom Sediment in the Liao River Estuary

Hairet Turson; Wenming Ding; Li Tong; Jilong Wang; Binghui Zheng 2008 2nd International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering, 2008

The low dissolved oxygen (DO) concentration in the Liao river estuaries is a very serious ecological problem. Problems can be caused by the release of oxygen consumption matter originating from the bottom sediment, which has a high concentration of organic matter. The major reason for DO decline and water body fetor is the release of organic matter in the sediment ...


Mapping surface soil organic matter based on multispectral image

Fasheng Zhang; Zuoxin Liu; Xiaoyuan Geng; Zhenying Wang 2010 International Conference on Image Analysis and Signal Processing, 2010

Soil organic matter (SOM) is an essential and dynamic variable in terrestrial ecosystem. This study used a method for mapping its spatial distribution by remote sensing technique. An image observed by Landsat 5 was used to estimate the spatial pattern of surface SOM in a town scale. The results showed that the concentration of surface SOM in study Jianshe town ...


Querying MOF Repositories: The Design and Implementation of the Query Metamodel Language (QML)

Giorgos Kotopoulos; Fotis Kazasis; Stavros Christodoulakis 2007 Inaugural IEEE-IES Digital EcoSystems and Technologies Conference, 2007

In a digital business ecosystem (DBE) information on the businesses and the services they provide may be described in terms of models and data which are used to se-mantically discover partners and services. The object management group (OMG) defines a four layered modelling architecture, the model driven architecture (MDA), which provides mechanisms for rapid development of modelling languages addressing domain ...


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An e-Groupware based on Multi Agents Systems for Knowledge Management

Davy Monticolo; Vincent Hilaire; Abder Koukam; Samuel Gomes 2007 Inaugural IEEE-IES Digital EcoSystems and Technologies Conference, 2007

This article presents a knowledge management experiment in a company of four hundred employees. Our researches concerns the development of a MAS associated to e-Groupware in order to build project memories. In SMEs, the development of a product requires a multidisciplinary team where professional actors work together to achieve the same goal. In this collaborative world we observe many exchanges ...


SSLE: A Language and an Interactive Editor for the Semantic Description of Services in MOF Architectures

Nektarios Gioldasis; Themistoklis Dakanalis; George Anestis; Nikos Pappas; Fotis Kazasis; Stavros Christodoulakis 2007 Inaugural IEEE-IES Digital EcoSystems and Technologies Conference, 2007

In this paper we describe an architecture, a language and an interactive graphical editor for the semantic description of services in digital business ecosystem environments. For the semantic description of business services, a MOF metadata modelling approach has been adopted where a meta-model provides the modelling elements needed to build custom service description models. The architecture can utilize complex or ...


Experimental Simulation of Oxygen Consumption by Bottom Sediment in the Liao River Estuary

Hairet Turson; Wenming Ding; Li Tong; Jilong Wang; Binghui Zheng 2008 2nd International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering, 2008

The low dissolved oxygen (DO) concentration in the Liao river estuaries is a very serious ecological problem. Problems can be caused by the release of oxygen consumption matter originating from the bottom sediment, which has a high concentration of organic matter. The major reason for DO decline and water body fetor is the release of organic matter in the sediment ...


Mapping surface soil organic matter based on multispectral image

Fasheng Zhang; Zuoxin Liu; Xiaoyuan Geng; Zhenying Wang 2010 International Conference on Image Analysis and Signal Processing, 2010

Soil organic matter (SOM) is an essential and dynamic variable in terrestrial ecosystem. This study used a method for mapping its spatial distribution by remote sensing technique. An image observed by Landsat 5 was used to estimate the spatial pattern of surface SOM in a town scale. The results showed that the concentration of surface SOM in study Jianshe town ...


Querying MOF Repositories: The Design and Implementation of the Query Metamodel Language (QML)

Giorgos Kotopoulos; Fotis Kazasis; Stavros Christodoulakis 2007 Inaugural IEEE-IES Digital EcoSystems and Technologies Conference, 2007

In a digital business ecosystem (DBE) information on the businesses and the services they provide may be described in terms of models and data which are used to se-mantically discover partners and services. The object management group (OMG) defines a four layered modelling architecture, the model driven architecture (MDA), which provides mechanisms for rapid development of modelling languages addressing domain ...


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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Biomass Burning and Climate

    The burning of biomass - forests, grasslands, and agricultural fields after the harvest - is much more widespread and extensive than previously believed; most biomass burning is thought to be initiated by humans and is on the increase. This comprehensive volume is the first to consider biomass burning as a global phenomenon and to assess its impact on the atmosphere, on climate, and on the biosphere itself. The 63 chapters by 158 scientists - including leading biomass burn researchers from third-world countries, such as Brazil, Nigeria, Zaire, India, and China, where biomass burning is so prevalent - point to biomass burning as a significant driver of global change on our planet.Global Biomass Burning provides a convenient and current reference on such topics as the remote sensing of biomass burning from space, the geographical distribution of burning; the combustion products of burning in tropical, temperate, and boreal ecosystems; burning as a global source of atmospheric gases and particulates; the impact of biomass burning gases and particulates on global climate; and the role of biomass burning on biodiversity and past global extinctions.Also included are contributions on the importance of biomass burning from the International Geosphere-Biosphere Program: A Study of Global Change and from the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project, as well as policy options prepared by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for managing biomass burning to mitigate global climate change.Joel S. Levine is Senior Research Scientist in the Atmospheric Sciences Division, NASA Langley Research Center and is the Principal Investigator of NASA's research program on global biomass burning, Biospheric Research Program, Office of Space Sciences and Applications.

  • Cooperation and Community Structure in Artificial Ecosystems

    We review results on the evolution of cooperation based on the iterated Prisoner's Dilemma. Coevolution of strategies is discussed both in situations where everyone plays against everyone, and for spatial games. Simple artificial ecologies are constructed by incorporating an explicit resource flow and predatory interactions into models of coevolving strategies. Properties of food webs are reviewed, and we discuss what artificial ecologies can teach us about community structure.

  • Trace Gas and Particulate Emissions from Biomass Burning in Temperate Ecosystems

    This chapter contains sections titled: Fires, Sample Collections, Chemical Analyses, Results and Discussion, Conclusions

  • Biomass Burning: Laboratory Studies

    The burning of biomass - forests, grasslands, and agricultural fields after the harvest - is much more widespread and extensive than previously believed; most biomass burning is thought to be initiated by humans and is on the increase. This comprehensive volume is the first to consider biomass burning as a global phenomenon and to assess its impact on the atmosphere, on climate, and on the biosphere itself. The 63 chapters by 158 scientists - including leading biomass burn researchers from third-world countries, such as Brazil, Nigeria, Zaire, India, and China, where biomass burning is so prevalent - point to biomass burning as a significant driver of global change on our planet.Global Biomass Burning provides a convenient and current reference on such topics as the remote sensing of biomass burning from space, the geographical distribution of burning; the combustion products of burning in tropical, temperate, and boreal ecosystems; burning as a global source of atmospheric gases and particulates; the impact of biomass burning gases and particulates on global climate; and the role of biomass burning on biodiversity and past global extinctions.Also included are contributions on the importance of biomass burning from the International Geosphere-Biosphere Program: A Study of Global Change and from the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project, as well as policy options prepared by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for managing biomass burning to mitigate global climate change.Joel S. Levine is Senior Research Scientist in the Atmospheric Sciences Division, NASA Langley Research Center and is the Principal Investigator of NASA's research program on global biomass burning, Biospheric Research Program, Office of Space Sciences and Applications.

  • Biomass Burning: Historic and Prehistoric Perspectives

    The burning of biomass - forests, grasslands, and agricultural fields after the harvest - is much more widespread and extensive than previously believed; most biomass burning is thought to be initiated by humans and is on the increase. This comprehensive volume is the first to consider biomass burning as a global phenomenon and to assess its impact on the atmosphere, on climate, and on the biosphere itself. The 63 chapters by 158 scientists - including leading biomass burn researchers from third-world countries, such as Brazil, Nigeria, Zaire, India, and China, where biomass burning is so prevalent - point to biomass burning as a significant driver of global change on our planet.Global Biomass Burning provides a convenient and current reference on such topics as the remote sensing of biomass burning from space, the geographical distribution of burning; the combustion products of burning in tropical, temperate, and boreal ecosystems; burning as a global source of atmospheric gases and particulates; the impact of biomass burning gases and particulates on global climate; and the role of biomass burning on biodiversity and past global extinctions.Also included are contributions on the importance of biomass burning from the International Geosphere-Biosphere Program: A Study of Global Change and from the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project, as well as policy options prepared by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for managing biomass burning to mitigate global climate change.Joel S. Levine is Senior Research Scientist in the Atmospheric Sciences Division, NASA Langley Research Center and is the Principal Investigator of NASA's research program on global biomass burning, Biospheric Research Program, Office of Space Sciences and Applications.

  • Index

    Complex adaptive systems (cas), including ecosystems, governments, biological cells, and markets, are characterized by intricate hierarchical arrangements of boundaries and signals. In ecosystems, for example, niches act as semi- permeable boundaries, and smells and visual patterns serve as signals; governments have departmental hierarchies with memoranda acting as signals; and so it is with other cas. Despite a wealth of data and descriptions concerning different cas, there remain many unanswered questions about "steering" these systems. In Signals and Boundaries, John Holland argues that understanding the origin of the intricate signal/border hierarchies of these systems is the key to answering such questions. He develops an overarching framework for comparing and steering cas through the mechanisms that generate their signal/boundary hierarchies. Holland lays out a path for developing the framework that emphasizes agents, niches, theory, and mathematical models. He discusses, among other topics, theory construction; signal-processing agents; networks as representations of signal/boundary interaction; adaptation; recombination and reproduction; the use of tagged urn models (adapted from elementary probability theory) to represent boundary hierarchies; finitely generated systems as a way to tie the models examined into a single framework; the framework itself, illustrated by a simple finitely generated version of the development of a multi-celled organism; and Markov processes.

  • Bibliography

    The relationship of humans to computers can no longer be represented as one person in a chair and one computer on a desk. Today computing finds its way into our pockets, our cars, our appliances; it is ubiquitous -- an inescapable part of our everyday lives. Computing is even expanding beyond our devices; sensors, microcontrollers, and actuators are increasingly embedded into the built environment. In _Architectural Robotics_, Keith Evan Green looks toward the next frontier in computing: interactive, partly intelligent, meticulously designed physical environments. Green examines how these "architectural robotic" systems will support and augment us at work, school, and home, as we roam, interconnect, and age. Green tells the stories of three projects from his research lab that exemplify the _reconfigurable_, _distributed_, and _transfigurable_ environments of architectural robotics. The Animated Work Environment is a robotic work environment of shape-shifti g physical space that responds dynamically to the working life of the people within it; home+ is a suite of networked, distributed "robotic furnishings" integrated into existing domestic and healthcare environments; and LIT ROOM offers a simulated environment in which the physical space of a room merges with the imaginary space of a book, becoming "a portal to elsewhere." How far beyond workstations, furniture, and rooms can the environments of architectural robotics stretch? Green imagines scaled-up neighborhoods, villages, and metropolises composed of physical bits, digital bytes, living things, and their hybrids. Not global but local, architectural robotics grounds computing in a capacious cyber-physical home.

  • Epilogue

    The relationship of humans to computers can no longer be represented as one person in a chair and one computer on a desk. Today computing finds its way into our pockets, our cars, our appliances; it is ubiquitous -- an inescapable part of our everyday lives. Computing is even expanding beyond our devices; sensors, microcontrollers, and actuators are increasingly embedded into the built environment. In _Architectural Robotics_, Keith Evan Green looks toward the next frontier in computing: interactive, partly intelligent, meticulously designed physical environments. Green examines how these "architectural robotic" systems will support and augment us at work, school, and home, as we roam, interconnect, and age. Green tells the stories of three projects from his research lab that exemplify the _reconfigurable_, _distributed_, and _transfigurable_ environments of architectural robotics. The Animated Work Environment is a robotic work environment of shape-shifti g physical space that responds dynamically to the working life of the people within it; home+ is a suite of networked, distributed "robotic furnishings" integrated into existing domestic and healthcare environments; and LIT ROOM offers a simulated environment in which the physical space of a room merges with the imaginary space of a book, becoming "a portal to elsewhere." How far beyond workstations, furniture, and rooms can the environments of architectural robotics stretch? Green imagines scaled-up neighborhoods, villages, and metropolises composed of physical bits, digital bytes, living things, and their hybrids. Not global but local, architectural robotics grounds computing in a capacious cyber-physical home.

  • Distributed

    The relationship of humans to computers can no longer be represented as one person in a chair and one computer on a desk. Today computing finds its way into our pockets, our cars, our appliances; it is ubiquitous -- an inescapable part of our everyday lives. Computing is even expanding beyond our devices; sensors, microcontrollers, and actuators are increasingly embedded into the built environment. In _Architectural Robotics_, Keith Evan Green looks toward the next frontier in computing: interactive, partly intelligent, meticulously designed physical environments. Green examines how these "architectural robotic" systems will support and augment us at work, school, and home, as we roam, interconnect, and age. Green tells the stories of three projects from his research lab that exemplify the _reconfigurable_, _distributed_, and _transfigurable_ environments of architectural robotics. The Animated Work Environment is a robotic work environment of shape-shifti g physical space that responds dynamically to the working life of the people within it; home+ is a suite of networked, distributed "robotic furnishings" integrated into existing domestic and healthcare environments; and LIT ROOM offers a simulated environment in which the physical space of a room merges with the imaginary space of a book, becoming "a portal to elsewhere." How far beyond workstations, furniture, and rooms can the environments of architectural robotics stretch? Green imagines scaled-up neighborhoods, villages, and metropolises composed of physical bits, digital bytes, living things, and their hybrids. Not global but local, architectural robotics grounds computing in a capacious cyber-physical home.

  • The Distributed Environment

    The relationship of humans to computers can no longer be represented as one person in a chair and one computer on a desk. Today computing finds its way into our pockets, our cars, our appliances; it is ubiquitous -- an inescapable part of our everyday lives. Computing is even expanding beyond our devices; sensors, microcontrollers, and actuators are increasingly embedded into the built environment. In _Architectural Robotics_, Keith Evan Green looks toward the next frontier in computing: interactive, partly intelligent, meticulously designed physical environments. Green examines how these "architectural robotic" systems will support and augment us at work, school, and home, as we roam, interconnect, and age. Green tells the stories of three projects from his research lab that exemplify the _reconfigurable_, _distributed_, and _transfigurable_ environments of architectural robotics. The Animated Work Environment is a robotic work environment of shape-shifti g physical space that responds dynamically to the working life of the people within it; home+ is a suite of networked, distributed "robotic furnishings" integrated into existing domestic and healthcare environments; and LIT ROOM offers a simulated environment in which the physical space of a room merges with the imaginary space of a book, becoming "a portal to elsewhere." How far beyond workstations, furniture, and rooms can the environments of architectural robotics stretch? Green imagines scaled-up neighborhoods, villages, and metropolises composed of physical bits, digital bytes, living things, and their hybrids. Not global but local, architectural robotics grounds computing in a capacious cyber-physical home.



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