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Informe sobre les VII Jornadas Espa olas de Documentación, FESABID 2000 (Bilbao, 19 21 d'octubre de 2000)
Pons, Amadeu
BiD : Textos Universitaris de Biblioteconomia i Documentació , 2000,
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Informe de la Visita a la Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp) Campinas, Estado de S o Paulo, Brasil 2 al 4 de octubre de 2000  [cached]
Nancy Diana Gómez,Susana Zubieta
Información, Cultura y Sociedad , 2001,
Abstract: En el marco del convenio entre la Universidad de Campinas y la Universidad de Buenos Aires, efectuamos una visita a la UNICAMP formando parte de una comisión, integrada por 6 miembros, representantes de distintas áreas de investigación y de información de la Facultad. El presente trabajo pretende trasladar la experiencia adquirida, en la visita al Sistema de Bibliotecas de la Universidad de Campinas. Poniendo especial atención en la cultura de trabajo cooperativo, desarrollo de consorcios, siendo estas dos herramientas fundamentales, para lograr un mejor aprovechamiento de los recursos disponibles en la gestión de la información. In the framework of the agreement between the Universidad de Campinas and the University of Buenos Aires, we visited the UNICAMP, as a part of a six members commission representing various areas of research and information management of the Faculty. The present work aims at implementing the experience gathered during the visit to the Library System of Universidad de Campinas. We pay special attention to issues concerning "culture of cooperative work" and "development of consortiums", which we consider two key tools for achieving a better utilization of the available resources in the management of information.
How to Track Online SLA  [PDF]
Anuradha Rana,Pratima Sharma
Computer Science , 2014,
Abstract: SLA (Service level agreement) is defined by an organization to fulfil its client requirements, the time within which the deliverables should be turned over to the clients. Tracking of SLA can be done manually by checking the status, priority of any particular task. Manual SLA tracking takes time as one has to go over each and every task that needs to be completed. For instance, you ordered a product from a website and you are not happy with the quality of the product and want to replace the same on urgent basis, You send mail to the customer support department, the query/complaint will be submitted in a queue and will be processed basis of its priority and urgency (The SLA for responding back to customers concern are listed in the policy). This online SLA tracking system will ensure that no queries/complaints are missed and are processed in an organized manner as per their priority and the date by when it should be handled. The portal will provide the status of the complaints for that particular day and the ones which have been pending since last week. The information can be refreshed as per the client need (within what time frame the complaint should be addressed).
HA-SLA: A Hierarchical Autonomic SLA Model for SLA Monitoring in Cloud Computing  [PDF]
Ahmad Mosallanejad, Rodziah Atan
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2013.63B025
Abstract: Service Level Agreement (SLA) is a fundamental contract between service consumer and service provider which defined the qualities of agreed service. After SLA contraction, it should be monitored during the service invocations to confirm the service level objectives. Most of SLA structure and monitoring frameworks are brought from SOA and grid computing to cloud computing environment while they have different requirements. In this paper, a model is proposed as hierarchical autonomic (HA)-SLA based on cloud computing nature. It is proposed in this model that each SLA has connection with dependent SLAs in different layers of cloud computing, hierarchically, whereby each SLA should be able to monitor its attributes on its own. It is expected that HA-SLA model should able to increase SLA validity and users’ confidence without compromising the respond time. The results produced by this model should be used as one of cloud computing quality of service assurance.
Psycholinguistic Perspectives on Comprehension in SLA
Parisa Naseri Karimvand
Journal of Language Teaching and Research , 2011, DOI: 10.4304/jltr.2.6.1268-1273
Abstract: There are many interesting areas of investigation in the psychology of second language acquisition (SLA). One of these interesting areas is study of the psycholinguistic processes and perspectives relevant to reading and listening comprehension. Comprehension of any given text or speech, in SLA, is based on much more than simple decoding. Familiarity with cultural nuance, structure of the language, vocabulary development, background knowledge about the setting and/or topic, and attitude toward the text are some of the most common factors involved in the process of comprehension by English learners. Listening and reading have many things in common. Both listening and reading are a form of language comprehension in which one is trying to get some meaning from the language. Understanding how comprehension works can have huge implications in language pedagogy, testing and research. So, this paper aims at providing a general overview about reading and listening comprehension in SLA, based on the literature review. In this regard, first a brief introduction to SLA Psycholinguistic theories and their pros and cons is presented. Later, the study is narrowed down to the very processes involved in comprehension of reading and listening, in particular. At the end, a short discussion about the brain’s language areas active in the process of comprehension is ensued.
RocFall Analysis: The Distance and Size of Rock Fall from Brighton to Eastbourne
Reem Saghir
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1100561
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A study was performed along 30 km distance of the coast of South England to estimate the size of falling blocks and their extent using RocFall and other computer programmes. In addition to computer analysis, observational analysis was used to identify many factors affecting the size and the end point of falling rocks. The analysis was based along the coastal Chalk cliffs from Brighton to Eastbourne. It involved measurements of dip and dip direction, classification and characteristics of rocks as well as noting the history of previous rock fall in relation to the extent and size. Nine areas were examined and reported according to their location except for Brighton which was divided according to the cliff protection methods used. For each area a cliff profile was drawn and information about its height, cliff sloping angle, geological formations, and type of cliff protection used, if any, were listed. Types of common failures were also identified from observation during site reconnaissance and from performed failure analysis using Dips programme. As a result, falling block size and rocks end point, to the worst case, could be estimated and judgment about the efficiency of protection methods used in protected areas has been made.

SLA-Aware Survivability  [cached]
Helio Waldman,Darli A. A. Mello
Journal of Networks , 2010, DOI: 10.4304/jnw.5.2.251-255
Abstract: The paper discusses the provision of differentiated guarantees to a population of users who share a network with different requirements for their connections. The basic concept underlying the proposed solutions is the required availability of the connections, both in the long term and during the period covered by the Service Level Agreement. An adequate metric for the latter is provided by the interval availability. The paper discusses how Markov chains may be used to model interval availability during the SLA period.
SLA and Its Implementation of Model
服务等级协议SLA及其实现模型研究*

ZHANG Chun-fang,LI Hong-hui,WANG Qi-xian,Sun Wen-hui,
张春芳
,李红辉,汪齐贤,孙文辉

计算机应用研究 , 2005,
Abstract: The importance and concept of SLA is introduced briefly,analysis of two SLA models of different focus is made,and Integrated SLA (ISLA) model is introduced, which will help to implement SLAs in the future work.
Computations with nilpotent orbits in SLA  [PDF]
Willem A. de Graaf
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: We report on some computations with nilpotent orbits in simple Lie algebras of exceptional type within the SLA package of GAP4. Concerning reachable nilpotent orbits our computations firstly confirm the classification of such orbits in Lie algebras of exceptional type by Elashvili and Grelaud, secondly they answer a question by Panyushev, and thirdly they show in what way a recent result of Yakimova for the Lie algebras of classical type extends to the exceptional types. The second topic of this note concerns abelianizations of centralizers of nilpotent elements. We give tables with their dimensions.
EMPOWERING CLOUD SECURITY THROUGH SLA  [cached]
Deveeshree Nayak,Er. Muheet Ahmed Butt
Journal of Global Research in Computer Science , 2013,
Abstract: Cloud computing is a cumulative collection of technologies. It shares on-demand computing resources that are positioned and disposed efficiently. In spite of several benefits, numerous challenges are there such as Data security, Performance, Data Locking, Access control, Bandwidth costs, Internet Dependency, Data confidentiality, Auditability, Application and Availability. SLA (Service Level Agreement) plays a vital role in cloud computing. Each service associates with a specific SLA. This is collaboration between service providers and consumer. Therefore, SLA has to define the level of security and their intricacy established on the services to make the consumer realize about the implementation of security policies. The proposed research paper tries to evaluate the challenges in enforcing security for cloud computing services and describe the necessity of a regularization of SLA.
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