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2021 26th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA )

ETFA focus is on the latest developments and new technologies in the field of industrial and factory automation. The conference aims to exchange ideas with both industry leaders and a variety of experienced researchers, developers, and practitioners from several industries, research institutes, and academia


2021 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics (ICM)

CM focuses on recent developments and future prospects related to the synergetic integration of mechanics, electronics, and information processing.


2020 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP)

The International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), sponsored by the IEEE SignalProcessing Society, is the premier forum for the presentation of technological advances andresearch results in the fields of theoretical, experimental, and applied image and videoprocessing. ICIP 2020, the 27th in the series that has been held annually since 1994, bringstogether leading engineers and scientists in image and video processing from around the world.


2020 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM)

All topics related to engineering and technology management, including applicable analytical methods and economical/social/human issues to be considered in making engineering decisions.


2020 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference (NSS/MIC)

All areas of ionizing radiation detection - detectors, signal processing, analysis of results, PET development, PET results, medical imaging using ionizing radiation


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Smart Programming Playgrounds

2015 IEEE/ACM 37th IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering, 2015

Modern IDEs contain sophisticated components for inferring missing types, correcting bad syntax and completing partial expressions in code, but they are limited to the context that is explicitly defined in a project's configuration. These tools are ill-suited for quick prototyping of incomplete code snippets, such as those found on the Web in Q&A; forums or walk-through tutorials, since such code ...


Using 2-way semijoins in distributed query processing

1987 IEEE Third International Conference on Data Engineering, 1987

In distributed query processing, the semijoin has been used as an effective operator in reducing relations referenced in the query to reduce the total amount of data transmission. In this paper, we propose a new relational algebra operator, 2-way semijoin, which is an extended version of the semijoin, for more cost-effective distributed query processing. The 2-way semijoin is compared to ...


Dynamic data structures on optical disks

1984 IEEE First International Conference on Data Engineering, 1984

Current data structures for online secondary storage depend on the ability to alter data once it is written. On an optical disk such modification is not possible, so new approaches are needed. In this paper, data structures which allow additions, logical deletions, and rapid access to data stored on optical disks are proposed and analyzed.


Metallicity-light curve relation for RR Lyrae in Kepler field based on the PTF public released data

2015 International Conference on Space Science and Communication (IconSpace), 2015

The Palomar Transient Factory (PTF) is a synoptic survey, mainly using the 48-inch telescope located at the Palomar Observatory, for detecting transients in the Universe. The accumulated time-series photometric data can also be used in other studies beside transients, such as asteroids and variable stars studies. In this work, we used the PTF public released data to derive the metallicity-light ...


Caching at the edge: A green perspective for 5G networks

2015 IEEE International Conference on Communication Workshop (ICCW), 2015

Endowed with context-awareness and proactive capabilities, caching users' content locally at the edge of the network is able to cope with increasing data traffic demand in 5G wireless networks. In this work, we focus on the energy consumption aspects of cache-enabled wireless cellular networks, specifically in terms of area power consumption (APC) and energy efficiency (EE). We assume that both ...


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  • Smart Programming Playgrounds

    Modern IDEs contain sophisticated components for inferring missing types, correcting bad syntax and completing partial expressions in code, but they are limited to the context that is explicitly defined in a project's configuration. These tools are ill-suited for quick prototyping of incomplete code snippets, such as those found on the Web in Q&A; forums or walk-through tutorials, since such code snippets often assume the availability of external dependencies and may even contain implicit references to an execution environment that provides data or compute services. We propose an architecture for smart programming playgrounds that can facilitate rapid prototyping of incomplete code snippets through a semi-automatic context resolution that involves identifying static dependencies, provisioning external resources on the cloud and injecting resource bindings to handles in the original code fragment. Such a system could be potentially useful in a range of different scenarios, from sharing code snippets on the Web to experimenting with new ideas during traditional software development.

  • Using 2-way semijoins in distributed query processing

    In distributed query processing, the semijoin has been used as an effective operator in reducing relations referenced in the query to reduce the total amount of data transmission. In this paper, we propose a new relational algebra operator, 2-way semijoin, which is an extended version of the semijoin, for more cost-effective distributed query processing. The 2-way semijoin is compared to the semijoin in terms of the reduction power and the propagation of reduction effects. We show that the 2-way semijoin has more reduction power than the semijoin and that the propagation of reduction effects by the 2-way semijoin is further than by the semijoin.

  • Dynamic data structures on optical disks

    Current data structures for online secondary storage depend on the ability to alter data once it is written. On an optical disk such modification is not possible, so new approaches are needed. In this paper, data structures which allow additions, logical deletions, and rapid access to data stored on optical disks are proposed and analyzed.

  • Metallicity-light curve relation for RR Lyrae in Kepler field based on the PTF public released data

    The Palomar Transient Factory (PTF) is a synoptic survey, mainly using the 48-inch telescope located at the Palomar Observatory, for detecting transients in the Universe. The accumulated time-series photometric data can also be used in other studies beside transients, such as asteroids and variable stars studies. In this work, we used the PTF public released data to derive the metallicity-light curve relation for RR Lyrae located in the Kepler Survey Field, at which spectroscopic measurements of their metallicity are also available from literature. We only concentrated on the fundamental mode RR Lyrae (the ab-type) that do not exhibit Blazhko effect. Based on a subset of good fitted light curves with Fourier decomposition technique, the metallicity-light curve relation in RPTF-band is found to be [Fe/H] = -3.261 - 8.274P + 1.219φ31.

  • Caching at the edge: A green perspective for 5G networks

    Endowed with context-awareness and proactive capabilities, caching users' content locally at the edge of the network is able to cope with increasing data traffic demand in 5G wireless networks. In this work, we focus on the energy consumption aspects of cache-enabled wireless cellular networks, specifically in terms of area power consumption (APC) and energy efficiency (EE). We assume that both base stations (BSs) and mobile users are distributed according to homogeneous Poisson point processes (PPPs) and we introduce a detailed power model that takes into account caching. We study the conditions under which the area power consumption is minimized with respect to BS transmit power, while ensuring a certain quality of service (QoS) in terms of coverage probability. Furthermore, we provide the optimal BS transmit power that maximizes the area spectral efficiency per unit total power spent. The main takeaway of this paper is that caching seems to be an energy efficient solution.

  • An evaluation scheme for database management systems that are claimed to be relational

    This article offers basic principles for use in determining how "relational" a DBMS product is — a challenge which faces many buyers today, because almost every vendor is claiming that his DBMS product is "relational". The material is likely to be of interest to vendors also. Some of them may not realize how far from the mark they are.

  • Cloud service enabling architecture for multi-vendor environment

    In recent years, many Communication Service Providers (CSP) plan to gradually move from telecommunication companies to cloud service providers and many third party software vendors are invited as partners of CSPs. Without an agile cloud service enabling architecture, CSPs cannot integrate their own services with partners' efficiently due to some issues. First, silo operation support system (OSS) is difficult to share data during service enabling process. Second, in-house developers and outer partners cannot understand complete metadata of service because of lack catalog management mechanism, and it makes service mash up inefficiently and inappropriately. Finally, System APIs are customized for specific service, that is, APIs are not reusable. In this paper, CHT Cloud Service Enabling Architecture is introduced to overcome issues of silo system architecture and create capacity to enable integrated cloud service efficiently.

  • AND ASA, a web platform for enhancing networks of knowledge and innovation

    ANDASA is a web platform for the capitalization of knowledge and other “cultural” assets for the creative sector. It offers a common space in which the specificities of each partner, their research processes and artistic productions (that are the basis of the final productions) can emerge. ANDASA aims at developing an innovative approach able to outline the dynamics of culture and at generating new forms of knowledge and cultural production. The platform contains dynamic information on each partner. It is accessible to both network participants and to the general public and was built based on the needs and priorities expressed by the participants.

  • The RITMARE Starter Kit bottom-up capacity building for geospatial data providers

    Capacity building by data providers is a fundamental task in the creation of a decentralized Spatial Data Infrastructure. This challenge has been tackled in the RITMARE Flagship Project by providing the Starter Kit, a comprehensive set of domain-oriented software components that exposes standard services for the management of geospatial information. We report on the characteristics of this toolkit, developed by the National Research Council of Italy (CNR), particularly with regard to the underlying service-oriented architecture and the novel semantics-aware methodology that is proposed for metadata editing.

  • Cache storage optimization for locality-aware peer-to-peer multimedia distribution

    In this paper we present an optimization algorithm to minimize caching storage occupation in a peer-to-peer localityaware multimedia distribution service. Our proposed solution uses observed historical data on video requests to predict future popularity of the elements in the catalog; the expected request rates computed in this way are then used to guide the caching decisions of the optimization algorithm. Simulation results show that our solution is able to achieve local hit rates that are within 0.6% of those of a traditional Least Frequently Used caching policy, but with a fraction of the storage occupation.



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