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INTELEC 2014 - 2014 IEEE International Telecommunications Energy Conference

An international conference for users, designers, and manufacturers of communications energy systems for: Wireline and Wireless systems, Data/Internet systems, Video systems, SATCOM, CATV, VOIP, Unified Communications systems, WiFi, Data Centers, Energy Storage, Renewable Energy, and Smart Grid Systems.

  • INTELEC 2013 - 2013 IEEE International Telecommunications Energy Conference

    INTELEC®‚ is an international forum for the exchange of information on energy and power for communication systems including IP and multimedia applications both today and in the future. The conference provides a unique opportunity for designers, manufacturers, distributors of power equipment and network operators to interact directly with researchers and users to discuss a wide variety of topics of power systems, components and energy storage technologies, exchange operational experience and other related energy topics.

  • INTELEC 2012 - 2012 IEEE International Telecommunications Energy Conference

    INTELEC is an international assembly and forum for the exchange of ideas, information and new developments in energy systems for communications. This conference provides a unique opportunity for network operators and developers to interact directly with designers, manufacturers and distributors of communications energy systems, and related components and products.

  • INTELEC 2011 - 2011 33rd International Telecommunications Energy Conference

    Power Conversion Power Plants for Telecommunication and Data Centres Telecommunications Power Systems Wireless Energy Transfer Power Harvesting Uninterruptable Power Supplies Batteries Modelling and Simulation Smart Grids Energy Storage Alternative Power Sustainable Energy Prime Power Systems Power Technology, Architectures, Management Maintenance Solutions for Power Systems & Cooling Physical and Thermal Design

  • INTELEC 2010 - 2010 IEEE International Telecommunications Energy Conference

    Internatiional Telecom Energy Conference will focus on energy issues facing power users in the 21st century. Alternative methods of powering telecommunications networks will be explored.

  • INTELEC 2009 - 2009 International Telecommunications Energy Conference

    1) Power Conversion (AC, DC, UPS) 2) Energy Management & Storage 3) Power System Architecture 4) Disaster Recovery & Safety 5) Renewable Energy & System 6) Distributed & Micro-Grid System 7) Physical & Thermal Design 8) Earthing, Grounding & Bounding 9) Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMI & EMC) 10) Code & Standards 11) Cable System Operation, Administration & Maintenance 12) Electric Machine & Drives 13) Diagnostic & Monitoring System

  • INTELEC 2008 - 2008 IEEE International Telecommunications Energy Conference

    Telecom energy systems and related products.

  • INTELEC 2007 - 2007 International Telecommunications Energy Conference

    INTELEC is an international forum for the exchange of ideas and information on powering communications systems, components and energy storage.


NOMS 2014 - 2014 IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium

Held in even-numbered years since 1988, NOMS continues to be the primary forum for technical exchange of research, standards, development, systems integrator, service providers, and user communities, presenting the latest approaches and technical solutions in the area of network operations and management.


2013 IEEE International Professional Communication Conference (IPCC 2013)

The theme of the conference is "Beyond Borders: Communicating Globally." Sessons will include empirical studies, workshops, tutorials, and industry applications.


2012 27th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering (ASE)

The Automated Software Engineering Conference covers general topics of Software Engineering with emphasis on automation of related tasks in form of appropriate tools.

  • 2010 25th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering (ASE)

    The ASE conference has become one of the world's premier Software Engineering conferences with technical research papers, experience reports, demonstrations, short papers show casing emerging topics, a doctoral symposium, associated workshops and tutorials.

  • 2009 24th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering (ASE)

    IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering will be held in Auckland, New Zealand, 16-20 November 2009. The ASE conference has become one of the world's premier Software Engineering conferences with technical research papers, experience reports, demonstrations, short papers show casing emerging topics, a doctoral symposium, associated workshops and tutorials


2012 6th International Conference on Software Security and Reliability (SERE)

Focuses on software security, safety, reliability, and quality assurance for researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas and best-of-breed practices for developing trustworthy software in a more effective and efficient way.


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Software Engineering, IEEE Transactions on

Specification, development, management, test, maintenance, and documentation of computer software.


Software, IEEE

IEEE Software's mission is to build the community of leading and future software practitioners. The magazine delivers reliable, useful, leading-edge software development information to keep engineers and managers abreast of rapid technology change. The authority on translating software theory into practice, IEEE Software is positioned between pure research and pure practice, transferring ideas, methods, and experiences among researchers and engineers. ...




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Intelligible machine learning with malibu

Robert E. Langlois; Hui Lu 2008 30th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2008

malibu is an open-source machine learning work-bench developed in C/C++ for high-performance real-world applications, namely bioinformatics and medical informatics. It leverages third-party machine learning implementations for more robust bug free software. This workbench handles several well-studied supervised machine learning problems including classification, regression, importance-weighted classification and multiple-instance learning. The malibu interface was designed to create reproducible experiments ideally run in ...


On the impact of uTP on BitTorrent completion time

Claudio Testa; Dario Rossi 2011 IEEE International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing, 2011

BitTorrent, one of the most widespread file sharing P2P applications, recently introduced uTP, an application-level congestion control protocol which aims to efficiently use the available link capacity, while avoiding to interfere with the rest of user traffic (e.g., Web, VoIP and gaming) sharing the same access bottleneck. Research on uTP has so far focused on the investigation of the congestion ...


Dealing with globalization

R. Mateosian IEEE Micro, 2005

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Trusted Boot and Platform Trust Services on 1CD Linux

Kuniyasu Suzaki; Kengo Iijima; Toshiki Yagi; Nguyen Anh Quynh 2008 Third Asia-Pacific Trusted Infrastructure Technologies Conference, 2008

We developed 1CD Linux which shows the benefit of trusted computing. It includes Trusted Boot and Platform Trust Services, which use a secure chip "TPM" and are hardware rooted trust. The integrity of platform and vulnerability of packages are verified by the remote attestation. The 1CD Linux includes Union File System, which keeps the keys of TPM and the updated ...


Key Management in Open DRM Platforms

Carlos Serrao; Miguel Dias; Jaime Delgado Automated Production of Cross Media Content for Multi-Channel Distribution, 2007. AXMEDIS '07. Third International Conference on, 2007

Key management is the set of techniques and procedures supporting the establishment and maintenance of keying relationships between authorized parties. DRM platforms are usually composed by a set of different functionalities and components that usually manage and exchange keying material in a secure way. This key material has to be properly and securely managed in order to avoid the security ...


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Intelligible machine learning with malibu

Robert E. Langlois; Hui Lu 2008 30th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2008

malibu is an open-source machine learning work-bench developed in C/C++ for high-performance real-world applications, namely bioinformatics and medical informatics. It leverages third-party machine learning implementations for more robust bug free software. This workbench handles several well-studied supervised machine learning problems including classification, regression, importance-weighted classification and multiple-instance learning. The malibu interface was designed to create reproducible experiments ideally run in ...


On the impact of uTP on BitTorrent completion time

Claudio Testa; Dario Rossi 2011 IEEE International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing, 2011

BitTorrent, one of the most widespread file sharing P2P applications, recently introduced uTP, an application-level congestion control protocol which aims to efficiently use the available link capacity, while avoiding to interfere with the rest of user traffic (e.g., Web, VoIP and gaming) sharing the same access bottleneck. Research on uTP has so far focused on the investigation of the congestion ...


Dealing with globalization

R. Mateosian IEEE Micro, 2005

None


Trusted Boot and Platform Trust Services on 1CD Linux

Kuniyasu Suzaki; Kengo Iijima; Toshiki Yagi; Nguyen Anh Quynh 2008 Third Asia-Pacific Trusted Infrastructure Technologies Conference, 2008

We developed 1CD Linux which shows the benefit of trusted computing. It includes Trusted Boot and Platform Trust Services, which use a secure chip "TPM" and are hardware rooted trust. The integrity of platform and vulnerability of packages are verified by the remote attestation. The 1CD Linux includes Union File System, which keeps the keys of TPM and the updated ...


Key Management in Open DRM Platforms

Carlos Serrao; Miguel Dias; Jaime Delgado Automated Production of Cross Media Content for Multi-Channel Distribution, 2007. AXMEDIS '07. Third International Conference on, 2007

Key management is the set of techniques and procedures supporting the establishment and maintenance of keying relationships between authorized parties. DRM platforms are usually composed by a set of different functionalities and components that usually manage and exchange keying material in a secure way. This key material has to be properly and securely managed in order to avoid the security ...


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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • BioSig: An Open-Source Software Library for BCI Research

    BioSig is an open-source software library for biomedical signal processing. Besides several other application areas, BioSig also has been developed for BCI research. It provides a common interface to many different dataformats, it supports artifact processing and quality control, it provides adaptive signal processing and feature extraction methods that are very suitable for online and real-time processing, it supports handling of missing values, and it includes several classification methods for single-trial classification of EEG. This chapter provides an overview of the current status and an outline of future possibilities. BioSig is licensed with the GNU General Public License; it provides an open development platform unencumbered from legal restrictions. Therefore, it is also an ideal tool for research and development.

  • Open Code and Open Societies

    This chapter contains section titled: Note

  • Open Source Software Development: Future or Fad?

    This chapter contains sections titled: Ultimately, It's the Product that Counts, A Brief History of Linux, Introduction to Open Source Software (OSS), Communication Across the Internet, Linux ARP Kernel Module, Linux ARP as a Module, Design and Documentation Problems in the Linux ARP Module, Conclusions, Notes

  • Answering the Questions Raised in Part II

    This chapter contains sections titled: What Are Contingency Tables?, Technological Attributes, Software Requirements, Modularity, Granularity, Complexity, Product Utility, Competition, Collaborative Infrastructure, Community Attributes, Developer Attributes and Motivations, Leadership, Financing, Marketing, Understanding OSS Institutions, Do Institutions Matter for Success?, Conclusion

  • Critical Tensions in the Evolution of Open Source Software

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction, Collectivist Versus Individualist, OSS as a Paradigm Shift in Software Engineering: The Cathedral Versus the Bazaar, The Alternative Connotations of "Free", The Emergence of OSS 2.0, "Value for Money" Versus "Acceptable Community Values", Acceptable Community Values, Conclusions, Acknowledgments, Note, References

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    This book provides a tutorial introduction to modern techniques for representing and reasoning about qualitative preferences with respect to a set of alternatives. The syntax and semantics of several languages for representing preference languages, including CP-nets, TCP-nets, CI-nets, and CP-theories, are reviewed. Some key problems in reasoning about preferences are introduced, including determining whether one alternative is preferred to another, or whether they are equivalent, with respect to a given set of preferences. These tasks can be reduced to model checking in temporal logic. Specifically, an induced preference graph that represents a given set of preferences can be efficiently encoded using a Kripke Structure for Computational Tree Logic (CTL). One can translate preference queries with respect to a set of preferences into an equivalent set of formulae in CTL, such that the CTL formula is satisfied whenever the preference query holds. This allows us to use a model checker t reason about preferences, i.e., answer preference queries, and to obtain a justification as to why a preference query is satisfied (or not) with respect to a set of preferences. This book defines the notions of the equivalence of two sets of preferences, including what it means for one set of preferences to subsume another, and shows how to answer preferential equivalence and subsumption queries using model checking. Furthermore, this book demontrates how to generate alternatives ordered by preference, along with providing ways to deal with inconsistent preference specifications. A description of CRISNER--an open source software implementation of the model checking approach to qualitative preference reasoning in CP-nets, TCP-nets, and CP-theories is included, as well as examples illustrating its use.

  • Legal Aspects of Free and Open Source Software

    This chapter contains sections titled: Section I, Section II, Section III, Conclusion, Notes

  • Attaining Robust Open Source Software

    What is the status of the Free and Open Source Software (F/OSS) revolution? Has the creation of software that can be freely used, modified, and redistributed transformed industry and society, as some predicted, or is this transformation still a work in progress? Perspectives on Free and Open Source Software brings together leading analysts and researchers to address this question, examining specific aspects of F/OSS in a way that is both scientifically rigorous and highly relevant to real-life managerial and technical concerns.The book analyzes a number of key topics: the motivation behind F/OSS -- why highly skilled software developers devote large amounts of time to the creation of "free" products and services; the objective, empirically grounded evaluation of software -- necessary to counter what one chapter author calls the "steamroller" of F/OSS hype; the software engineering processes and tools used in specific projects, including Apache, GNOME, and Mozilla; the economic and business models that reflect the changing relationships between users and firms, technical communities and firms, and between competitors; and legal, cultural, and social issues, including one contribution that suggests parallels between "open code" and "open society" and another that points to the need for understanding the movement's social causes and consequences.

  • Putting It All Together in Multivariate Models of Success and Abandonment

    This chapter contains sections titled: Our Methodology, Initiation Stage Models, Growth Stage Models, Conclusion

  • Allocation of Software Development Resources in Open Source Production Mode

    This chapter contains sections titled: A New/Old Direction for Economic Research on the Phenomenon of FLOSS, A Simulation Model of OS/FS C-Mode Production, Emergent Properties, Conclusion and To-Do List, Notes



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