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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

  • 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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Water Science Software Institute: An open source engagement process

Stan Ahalt; Barbara Minsker; Michael Tiemann; Larry Band; Margaret Palmer; Ray Idaszak; Chris Lenhardt; Mary Whitton 2013 5th International Workshop on Software Engineering for Computational Science and Engineering (SE-CSE), 2013

We have conceptualized a public/private Water Science Software Institute (WSSI) whose mission is "to enable and accelerate transformative water science by concurrently transforming both the software culture and the research culture of the water science community". To achieve our goals, we have applied an Open Community Engagement Process (OCEP), based in large part on the principles and practices of Agile ...


Alive and well: Jini technology today

J. Waldo Computer, 2000

The Jini community is an ongoing experiment in trying to mix open source development techniques with industrial engineering development. The Jini technology is an approach to distributed systems that uses several Java properties. In particular, the Jini environment makes heavy use of Java's ability to move objects, including each object's data and code, from one Java environment to another. The ...


A comparative review of wireless sensor network mote technologies

Michael Johnson; Michael Healy; Pepijn van de Ven; Martin J. Hayes; John Nelson; Thomas Newe; Elfed Lewis 2009 IEEE Sensors, 2009

In the past 10 years, wireless sensor networks have grown from a theoretical concept to a burgeoning modern technology. In this paper, we present a comparative review of several wireless sensor network motes. We analyze these WSN devices under a number of different parameters and criteria, including processing ability, expected lifetime and measurement capabilities. We compare and contrast the selected ...


URBI: towards a universal robotic low-level programming language

J. -C. Baillie 2005 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, 2005

The growing diversity and complexity of existing robotic devices like humanoids, animal-like robots or wheeled robots, lead to the development of several incompatible software interfaces to control these robots. We believe that there is a need for a standard which could be universal, powerful and easy to use. The open source project URBI, a universal robotic body interface, aims at ...


Delaunay Triangulation with Transactions and Barriers

Michael L. Scott; Michael F. Spear; Luke Dalessandro; Virendra J. Marathe 2007 IEEE 10th International Symposium on Workload Characterization, 2007

Transactional memory has been widely hailed as a simpler alternative to locks in multithreaded programs, but few nontrivial transactional programs are currently available. We describe an open-source implementation of Delaunay triangulation that uses transactions as one component of a larger parallelization strategy. The code is written in C+ +, for use with the RSTM software transactional memory library (also open ...


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Water Science Software Institute: An open source engagement process

Stan Ahalt; Barbara Minsker; Michael Tiemann; Larry Band; Margaret Palmer; Ray Idaszak; Chris Lenhardt; Mary Whitton 2013 5th International Workshop on Software Engineering for Computational Science and Engineering (SE-CSE), 2013

We have conceptualized a public/private Water Science Software Institute (WSSI) whose mission is "to enable and accelerate transformative water science by concurrently transforming both the software culture and the research culture of the water science community". To achieve our goals, we have applied an Open Community Engagement Process (OCEP), based in large part on the principles and practices of Agile ...


Alive and well: Jini technology today

J. Waldo Computer, 2000

The Jini community is an ongoing experiment in trying to mix open source development techniques with industrial engineering development. The Jini technology is an approach to distributed systems that uses several Java properties. In particular, the Jini environment makes heavy use of Java's ability to move objects, including each object's data and code, from one Java environment to another. The ...


A comparative review of wireless sensor network mote technologies

Michael Johnson; Michael Healy; Pepijn van de Ven; Martin J. Hayes; John Nelson; Thomas Newe; Elfed Lewis 2009 IEEE Sensors, 2009

In the past 10 years, wireless sensor networks have grown from a theoretical concept to a burgeoning modern technology. In this paper, we present a comparative review of several wireless sensor network motes. We analyze these WSN devices under a number of different parameters and criteria, including processing ability, expected lifetime and measurement capabilities. We compare and contrast the selected ...


URBI: towards a universal robotic low-level programming language

J. -C. Baillie 2005 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, 2005

The growing diversity and complexity of existing robotic devices like humanoids, animal-like robots or wheeled robots, lead to the development of several incompatible software interfaces to control these robots. We believe that there is a need for a standard which could be universal, powerful and easy to use. The open source project URBI, a universal robotic body interface, aims at ...


Delaunay Triangulation with Transactions and Barriers

Michael L. Scott; Michael F. Spear; Luke Dalessandro; Virendra J. Marathe 2007 IEEE 10th International Symposium on Workload Characterization, 2007

Transactional memory has been widely hailed as a simpler alternative to locks in multithreaded programs, but few nontrivial transactional programs are currently available. We describe an open-source implementation of Delaunay triangulation that uses transactions as one component of a larger parallelization strategy. The code is written in C+ +, for use with the RSTM software transactional memory library (also open ...


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  • Ownership, Property, and the Commons

    Open source software is considered by many to be a novelty and the open source movement a revolution. Yet the collaborative creation of knowledge has gone on for as long as humans have been able to communicate. CODE looks at the collaborative model of creativity -- with examples ranging from collective ownership in indigenous societies to free software, academic science, and the human genome project -- and finds it an alternative to proprietary frameworks for creativity based on strong intellectual property rights.Intellectual property rights, argues Rishab Ghosh in his introduction, were ostensibly developed to increase creativity; but today, policy decisions that treat knowledge and art as if they were physical forms of property actually threaten to decrease creativity, limit public access to creativity, and discourage collaborative creativity. "Newton should have had to pay a license fee before being allowed even to see how tall the 'shoulders of giants' were, let alone to stand upon them," he writes.The contributors to CODE, from such diverse fields as economics, anthropology, law, and software development, examine collaborative creativity from a variety of perspectives, looking at new and old forms of creative collaboration and the mechanisms emerging to study them. Discussing the philosophically resonant issues of ownership, property, and the commons, they ask if the increasing application of the language of property rights to knowledge and creativity constitutes a second enclosure movement -- or if the worldwide acclaim for free software signifies a renaissance of the commons. Two concluding chapters offer concrete possibilities for both alternatives, with one proposing the establishment of "positive intellectual rights" to information and another issuing a warning against the threats to networked knowledge posed by globalization.

  • Legal Aspects of Free and Open Source Software

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

  • 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.

  • An Analysis of Open Source Business Models

    This chapter contains sections titled: Producers of Open Source Products--The Community, Business Models, Advantages and Disadvantages of Open Source, Analyzing the Profit Potential of Open Source Products, Why Should Corporate Users Switch to Open Source Products?, Key Factors that Affect Profits, Conclusion, Notes

  • Nonprofit Foundations and Their Role in Community-Firm Software Collaboration

    This chapter contains sections titled: The Organizational and Legal Dilemma, Organizing Options and Models, Research Methods, Comparing the Emergence of Three Foundations, Facilitating Community-Corporate Collaboration: A New Actor in the Supply Chain, Notes

  • No title

    The world of scholarship is changing rapidly. Increasing demands on scholars, the growing size and complexity of questions and problems to be addressed, and advances in sophistication of data collection, analysis, and presentation require new approaches to scholarship. A ubiquitous, open information infrastructure for scholarship, consisting of linked open data, open-source software tools, and a community committed to sustainability are emerging to meet the needs of scholars today. This book provides an introduction to VIVO, http://vivoweb.org/, a tool for representing information about research and researchers -- their scholarly works, research interests, and organizational relationships. VIVO provides an expressive ontology, tools for managing the ontology, and a platform for using the ontology to create and manage linked open data for scholarship and discovery. Begun as a project at Cornell and further developed by an NIH funded consortium, VIVO is now being established as an open ource project with community participation from around the world. By the end of 2012, over 20 countries and 50 organizations will provide information in VIVO format on more than one million researchers and research staff, including publications, research resources, events, funding, courses taught, and other scholarly activity. The rapid growth of VIVO and of VIVO- compatible data sources speaks to the fundamental need to transform scholarship for the 21st century. Table of Contents: Scholarly Networking Needs and Desires / The VIVO Ontology / Implementing VIVO and Filling It with Life / Case Study: University of Colorado at Boulder / Case Study: Weill Cornell Medical College / Extending VIVO / Analyzing and Visualizing VIVO Data / The Future of VIVO: Growing the Community

  • Filling Gaps in Our Data with the Survey on Free/Libre and Open-Source Success

    This chapter contains sections titled: Survey Goals, Updating Our Dependent Variable, How Much Has SourceForge Really Changed?, Our Survey Methods, How We Constructed Our New Variables and Indexes, Conclusion

  • Mechanisms for Collaboration

    Open source software is considered by many to be a novelty and the open source movement a revolution. Yet the collaborative creation of knowledge has gone on for as long as humans have been able to communicate. CODE looks at the collaborative model of creativity -- with examples ranging from collective ownership in indigenous societies to free software, academic science, and the human genome project -- and finds it an alternative to proprietary frameworks for creativity based on strong intellectual property rights.Intellectual property rights, argues Rishab Ghosh in his introduction, were ostensibly developed to increase creativity; but today, policy decisions that treat knowledge and art as if they were physical forms of property actually threaten to decrease creativity, limit public access to creativity, and discourage collaborative creativity. "Newton should have had to pay a license fee before being allowed even to see how tall the 'shoulders of giants' were, let alone to stand upon them," he writes.The contributors to CODE, from such diverse fields as economics, anthropology, law, and software development, examine collaborative creativity from a variety of perspectives, looking at new and old forms of creative collaboration and the mechanisms emerging to study them. Discussing the philosophically resonant issues of ownership, property, and the commons, they ask if the increasing application of the language of property rights to knowledge and creativity constitutes a second enclosure movement -- or if the worldwide acclaim for free software signifies a renaissance of the commons. Two concluding chapters offer concrete possibilities for both alternatives, with one proposing the establishment of "positive intellectual rights" to information and another issuing a warning against the threats to networked knowledge posed by globalization.

  • No title

    This volume presents novel computational models for representing digital humans and their interactions with other virtual characters and meaningful environments. In this context, we describe efficient algorithms to animate, control, and author human-like agents having their own set of unique capabilities, personalities, and desires. We begin with the lowest level of footstep determination to steer agents in collision-free paths. Steering choices are controlled by navigation in complex environments, including multi- domain planning with dynamically changing situations. Virtual agents are given perceptual capabilities analogous to those of real people, including sound perception, multi-sense attention, and understanding of environment semantics which affect their behavior choices. The roles and impacts of individual attributes, such as memory and personality are explored. The animation challenges of integrating a number of simultaneous behavior and movement demands on an agent are addres ed through an open source software system. Finally, the creation of stories and narratives with groups of agents subject to planning and environmental constraints culminates the presentation.

  • Semantics

    This innovative text presents computer programming as a unified discipline in a way that is both practical and scientifically sound. The book focuses on techniques of lasting value and explains them precisely in terms of a simple abstract machine. The book presents all major programming paradigms in a uniform framework that shows their deep relationships and how and where to use them together.After an introduction to programming concepts, the book presents both well-known and lesser-known computation models ("programming paradigms"). Each model has its own set of techniques and each is included on the basis of its usefulness in practice. The general models include declarative programming, declarative concurrency, message-passing concurrency, explicit state, object-oriented programming, shared-state concurrency, and relational programming. Specialized models include graphical user interface programming, distributed programming, and constraint programming. Each model is based on its kernel language -- a simple core language that consists of a small number of programmer- significant elements. The kernel languages are introduced progressively, adding concepts one by one, thus showing the deep relationships between different models. The kernel languages are defined precisely in terms of a simple abstract machine. Because a wide variety of languages and programming paradigms can be modeled by a small set of closely related kernel languages, this approach allows programmer and student to grasp the underlying unity of programming. The book has many program fragments and exercises, all of which can be run on the Mozart Programming System, an Open Source software package that features an interactive incremental development environment.



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