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2019 IEEE PES Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference (APPEEC)

The aim of the conference is to provide a premier platform for electrical engineers and researchers to present their works and to share experiences and ideas in power and energy engineering with experts and scholars from around the world. Started in Wuhan in 2009, APPEEC is now an annual power engineering conference organized in Asia-Pacific Region.


2019 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC)

WSC is the premier international forum for disseminating recent advances in the field of system simulation. In addition to a technical program of unsurpassed scope and quality, WSC provides the central meeting for practitioners, researchers, and vendors.


2018 Thirteenth International Conference on Digital Information Management (ICDIM)

Digital Information technologies are gaining maturity and rapid momentum in adoption across disciplines. The digital community is producing new ways of using digital information technologies for integrating and making sense out of various data ranging from real/live streams and simulations to analytics data analysis, in support of mining of knowledge. The conference will feature original research and industrial papers on the theory, design, and implementation of digital information systems, as well as demonstrations, tutorials, workshops and industrial presentations.


2016 Electronics Goes Green 2016+ (EGG)

The Electronics Goes Green 2016+ offers the place to show your results and innovations to the community. We would like to invite you to submit a contribution to our conference and to attend this biggest event on electronics and environment. Get familiar with the future trends and solutions towards sustainable development in the electronics sector and wherever electronic systems are employed!

  • 2012 Electronics Goes Green 2012+ (EGG)

    The program will feature new approaches and best practice in green IT, life-cycle engineering, new technologies and all the latest issues in legislation and regulation, corporate social responsibility and managing critical resources.


2014 Fifth International Conference on the Applications of Digital Information and Web Technologies (ICADIWT)

The Fifth International Conference on the Applications of Digital Information and Web Technologies (ICADIWT 2013) is a forum for scientists, engineers, and practitioners to present their latest research results, ideas, developments and applications in the areas of Computer Communications, Communication networks, Communication Software Communication Technologies and Applications, and other related themes.


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Fuzzy Closed Concept for the Correction of Errors in the Dematerialization Process

2013 Eighth International Conference on P2P, Parallel, Grid, Cloud and Internet Computing, 2013

In this paper, we propose a new method able to correct errors related to the recognition of invoice type documents. We rely on automated document readers that can read and recognize the various, relevant information in a scanned document. The process consists of digitizing a large volume of documents, and passes them through automatic documents readers, then carries out the ...


Decomposition Analysis on Dematerialization for the Further Development of Circular Economy

2010 4th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering, 2010

According to the connotation of dematerialization, this paper states that dematerialization plays an important role in deepening the development of circular economy, and maintaining balance and function of the eco-economic system. On the basis of Laspeveres Index and the Complete decompose model, the paper tries to decompose the factors related to the dematerialization, and evaluates the dynamic effect on the ...


Electronic billing vs. paper billing: Dematerialization, energy consumption and environmental impacts

2012 Electronics Goes Green 2012+, 2012

In this study, by using the life cycle assessment (LCA) method, we had a comparison study of paper billing and payment (PBP) with electronic billing and payment (EBP) in the U.S. Through the use of life cycle approaches in the PBP system, we considered all inputs and outputs from production and operation servers (data center), bill distribution, and computer payments. ...


Dematerialization of information supports and their appropriation by usage: Process of value added

2015 6th International Conference on Information Systems and Economic Intelligence (SIIE), 2015

The concept of document has evolved with the emergence of new technologies and evolution of communication. In this study will be discussed the document in terms of document and its emergence through the development perspective with the MOOC.


Fuzzy Galois connections for the extraction of temporal association rules

2013 8th International Conference on Intelligent Systems: Theories and Applications (SITA), 2013

In this paper, we propose a new method able to correct errors the dematerialization the documents, especially the invoice document. We use on Electronic document readers able to read and recognize the relevant information. The process consists on: digitizing an important quantity of documents and passing them through an electronic documents reader. Then treating (correcting) the error recognition. The final ...


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  • Fuzzy Closed Concept for the Correction of Errors in the Dematerialization Process

    In this paper, we propose a new method able to correct errors related to the recognition of invoice type documents. We rely on automated document readers that can read and recognize the various, relevant information in a scanned document. The process consists of digitizing a large volume of documents, and passes them through automatic documents readers, then carries out the correction of the different errors. The final objective is to find an electronic document reflecting all information included in the background document. The main goal is the generation of organized electronic documents, like a data basis or files XML. To achieve this issue we develop a new parser which is applicable to a various kind of documents, especially the corrections for the recognition errors by using the fuzzy closed concept, this formalism allow the detection of the set of rules to be applied in a set of documents.

  • Decomposition Analysis on Dematerialization for the Further Development of Circular Economy

    According to the connotation of dematerialization, this paper states that dematerialization plays an important role in deepening the development of circular economy, and maintaining balance and function of the eco-economic system. On the basis of Laspeveres Index and the Complete decompose model, the paper tries to decompose the factors related to the dematerialization, and evaluates the dynamic effect on the material saving brought by material use intensity, economic structure and economic scale, especially the rebound effect and dematerialization effect. The author also makes an empirical research on the energy consumption during the period of 1985 to 2006 in China, calculates the effect of economy scale and material use intensity in the change of energy consumption, and analyzes the impact of economic structure adjustment on energy saving. The result shows that expansion of economy scale is the major factor driving the energy consumption. The total amount of 21-year energy consumption was 23.6×108tce. The improper economic structure increases the energy consumption by 1.82×108tce. From the data, it can be concluded that the economic structure adjustment was playing a negative role in the process of energy saving. The combined impact of economic scale and economic structure cause the increase of energy consumption. The impact of material use intensity on energy consumption was consistent, especially, the ratio of material use intensity of the second industry to the total was the biggest and beyond 76 percent, and first industry and the tertiary industry had the relatively smaller ratio. The energy saving brought by dematerialized effect was 9.67×108tce, but this saving effect was traded off by expansion effect of economic scale, and thus the rebound effect of energy consumption was obvious. Therefore, the research relating to the energy consumption should focus on decreasing energy intensity in the second industry and improving energy utilization efficiency. In addition, we should put stress on the saving effect brought by the proper adjustment on economic structure and control the re-bound effect, meanwhile adjust and control the path and pattern of material flow by material intensity relative index. It also suggested estimating the level of Circular Economy by the absolute dematerialization index to promote the harmonious interaction between the economic development and ecological environment.

  • Electronic billing vs. paper billing: Dematerialization, energy consumption and environmental impacts

    In this study, by using the life cycle assessment (LCA) method, we had a comparison study of paper billing and payment (PBP) with electronic billing and payment (EBP) in the U.S. Through the use of life cycle approaches in the PBP system, we considered all inputs and outputs from production and operation servers (data center), bill distribution, and computer payments. In the PBP system, production of paper and envelops, production and print of bills, bill distribution (ingoing and outgoing from consumers), payment, and waste were considered. Finally, comparison results between PBP and EBP system in terms of environmental impacts are compared in two systems.

  • Dematerialization of information supports and their appropriation by usage: Process of value added

    The concept of document has evolved with the emergence of new technologies and evolution of communication. In this study will be discussed the document in terms of document and its emergence through the development perspective with the MOOC.

  • Fuzzy Galois connections for the extraction of temporal association rules

    In this paper, we propose a new method able to correct errors the dematerialization the documents, especially the invoice document. We use on Electronic document readers able to read and recognize the relevant information. The process consists on: digitizing an important quantity of documents and passing them through an electronic documents reader. Then treating (correcting) the error recognition. The final objective is to find an electronic document reflecting all information included in the original document (physical document). To achieve this issue we develop a new parser which is applicable to a large kind of documents, especially correcting the detected errors. This parser is based on the formal concept analysis.

  • A Security Policy for Access Control to Academic Services Based on Public Key Infrastructures and Smart Cards

    Currently, the world over, digital is the main channel of information exchange. In this context of strong dematerialization, many technical and functional problems were raised. These issues affect most business sectors that require information literacy. In relation to the academic world, the administrative management of students, the financial management of registration fees and access rights to various services (catering, boarding school, exam classroom, university library, etc...) require a capital importance. In addition, security is today one of the major problems in the world of digital information. In this title, smart cards are identity carriers that fully contribute to securing access by enabling strong authentication. As such, in this paper we propose to build an architecture based on the use of smart cards and the Public Key infrastructure (PKI). It will allow simultaneous and secure access to different users (Student, Teacher, and Administrator) with different levels of classification.

  • Decoupling analysis of environmental pressure and economic development: A case of the industrial system in Panzhihua

    Based on Tapio decoupling elasticity factor, this paper studies the relationships among growth rates of the industrial added value, materials consumption and waste discharge in Panzhihua, the purpose is to assess the dematerialization situation of industrial system. Results illustrate that both industrial material consumption and waste discharge were in the status of Strong and Weak Decoupling except 2009. And the implementation of energy saving and emissions reduction of industrial system in Panzhihua has gained achievement preliminary. By further predicting the material consumption and waste discharge of industrial system in 2020, we estimate the corresponding driving factors of "eco-efficiency" and "Factor X", and conclude that the critical point of industrial development in Panzhihua is to enhance energy conservation.

  • Dematerialization

    This chapter contains sections titled: 13.1 Resource Productivity and Dematerialization, 13.2 Closing the Loop on Materials Flows, 13.3 Increasing the Intensity of Materials Use, 13.4 Substituting Services for Products, 13.5 Reducing Dissipation

  • Foundations of dematerialization and processing of sensitive data: Study on bank printing frame

    Outsourcing the processing of sensitive data is problematic and leads the implementation of procedures and specific authorizations. In this paper we examine the implementation of the decentralization of data in the case of bank data printing and review proposed safeguards to ensure the availability, integrity and confidentiality.

  • Environmental impact assessment for various information technology systems and classification by their environmental aspects

    Environmental impact is assessed for various kinds of information technology (IT) systems. The life cycle assessment (LCA) concept was developed for IT systems to attain LCA for IT systems. The life cycle stages of IT systems were defined as design, construction, operation and disposal stages. Environmental load evaluation for Internet shopping systems showed that both an Internet bookstore and Internet software shop made the amount of carbon dioxide (CO) emission decrease. The reduction effect for the software shop was found to be larger than that for the bookstore. In classifying various kinds of IT systems according to their environmental aspects, the systems were classified into three categories: "dematerialization ", "waste avoidance" and "performance improvement". The classifications for 32 systems, including 19 systems we evaluated, were found to be related to the reduction rate of the CO/sub 2/ emission amount obtained when the systems were introduced. Dematerialization systems showed a particularly large effect on CO/sub 2/ emission reduction.



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