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Dynamically Generated Interfaces in XML Based Architecture  [PDF]
Minit Gupta,Laurent Romary
Computer Science , 2009,
Abstract: Providing on-line services on the Internet will require the definition of flexible interfaces that are capable of adapting to the user's characteristics. This is all the more important in the context of medical applications like home monitoring, where no two patients have the same medical profile. Still, the problem is not limited to the capacity of defining generic interfaces, as has been made possible by UIML, but also to define the underlying information structures from which these may be generated. The DIATELIC project deals with the tele-monitoring of patients under peritoneal dialysis. By means of XML abstractions, termed as "medical components", to represent the patient's profile, the application configures the customizable properties of the patient's interface and generates a UIML document dynamically. The interface allows the patient to feed the data manually or use a device which allows "automatic data acquisition". The acquired medical data is transferred to an expert system, which analyses the data and sends alerts to the medical staff. In this paper we show how UIML can be seen as one component within a global XML based architecture.
Integrating Seasonal Oscillations into Basel II Behavioural Scoring Models  [PDF]
Goran Klepac
Financial Theory and Practice , 2007,
Abstract: The article introduces a new methodology of temporal influence measurement (seasonal oscillations, temporal patterns) for behavioural scoring development purposes. The paper shows how significant temporal variables can be recognised and then integrated into the behavioural scoring models in order to improve model performance. Behavioural scoring models are integral parts of the Basel II standard on Internal Ratings-Based Approaches (IRB). The IRB approach much more precisely reflects individual risk bank profile.A solution of the problem of how to analyze and integrate macroeconomic and microeconomic factors represented in time series into behavioural scorecard models will be shown in the paper by using the REF II model.
Design and implementation of a cognitive engine functional architecture
Xu Dong,Ying Li,ShengQun Wei
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-012-5102-6
Abstract: Intelligence is the most important characteristic for cognitive wireless networks. A cognitive engine built on reconfigurable wireless networks is the key to implementing this characteristic. The design and implementation of a cognitive engine is important in research on the theory of initiative cognition for cognitive wireless networks. This paper first discusses research on cognitive loops, then investigates cognitive functions in the loop through the design of a universal cognitive engine functional architecture, and finally verifies the architecture on the platform of a cognitive engine prototype system.
Routing Engine Architecture for Next Generation Routers: Evolutional Trends  [PDF]
Kim Khoa Nguyen,Brigitte Jaumard
Network Protocols and Algorithms , 2009,
Abstract: The routing engine is the essential part of a router. As a software component, the routing engine is used to control the router activities and to build the data forwarding table. Along with the hardware evolution, several software generations for routing engines have been experienced. In this paper, we first review the different routing engine architectures over the time and their main components. In some previous papers, we have investigated new directions for routing engine development for next generation routers, where specific distributed architectures have been proposed for several routing protocols. Taking into account the increasing traffic in the core networks, we next propose a framework integrating all specific distributed routing protocol architectures in order to significantly improve the scalability of the next generation routers. Bottlenecks are reduced, resulting in improving both the overall performance and the resiliency in the presence of faults. The scalability of the proposed distributed framework is estimated with respect to each routing protocol.
Web Service Architecture for a Meta Search Engine
K.Srinivas,P.V.S. Srinivas,A.Govardhan
International Journal of Advanced Computer Sciences and Applications , 2011,
Abstract: With the rapid advancements in Information Technology, Information Retrieval on Internet is gaining its importance day by day. Nowadays there are millions of Websites and billions of homepages available on the Internet. Search Engines are the essential tools for the purpose of retrieving the required information from the Web. But the existing search engines have many problems such as not having wide scope, imbalance in accessing the sites etc. So, the effectiveness of a search engine plays a vital role. Meta search engines are such systems that can provide effective information by accessing multiple existing search engines such as Dog Pile, Meta Crawler etc, but most of them cannot successfully operate on heterogeneous and fully dynamic web environment. In this paper we propose a Web Service Architecture for Meta Search Engine to cater the need of heterogeneous and dynamic web environment. The objective of our proposal is to exploit most of the features offered by Web Services through the implementation of a Web Service Meta Search Engine.
Intelligence Ingrained Data Mining Engine Architecture  [PDF]
S.P.Deshpande,V.M.Thakare
International Journal of Computer Technology and Applications , 2011,
Abstract: Information plays vital role in every field. To take complete advantage of data; it requires a tool for automatic summarization of data, extraction of the essence of information stored, and the discovery of patterns in raw data. Data mining is a tool to accomplish the above mentioned needs. Several attempts have been made to design and develop the generic data mining system but no system found completely generic. The domain experts play important role in the different stages of data mining. The decisions at different stages are influenced by the factors like domain and data details, aim of the data mining, and the context parameters. This paper present the architecture of a Data mining engine that work for specific problem domain. The engine is developed with some prerequisite domain knowledge therefore a non expert can use the system effectively for data mining.
An Association Rule-Based Recommendation Engine for an Online Dating Site  [cached]
Civan ?zseyhan,Bertan Badur,Osman N. Darcan
Communications of the IBIMA , 2012,
Abstract: Being a popular social network type, online dating sites provide a platform for people to find partners for establishing a relationship. In this study, a recommendation engine for one of the prominent online dating sites of Turkey is developed. It works as a support system to suggest potential matches to the site users. As opposed to the traditional systems that match users based on their revealed preferences, the engine is based on a rule set extracted from the past communication data, using association rule mining. A list of best matches based on scoring derived from these rules is presented. The performance of the engine is statistically tested. It is found that the scores of matching couples are found to be significantly higher than the non-matched couples’ scores.
OLLAF: A Fine Grained Dynamically Reconfigurable Architecture for OS Support  [cached]
Samuel Garcia,Bertrand Granado
EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems , 2009, DOI: 10.1155/2009/574716
Abstract: Fine Grained Dynamically Reconfigurable Architecture (FGDRA) offers a flexibility for embedded systems with a great power processing efficiency by exploiting optimizations opportunities at architectural level thanks to their fine configuration granularity. But this increase design complexity that should be abstracted by tools and operating system. In order to have a usable solution, a good inter-overlapping between tools, OS, and platform must exist. In this paper we present OLLAF, an FGDRA specially designed to efficiently support an OS. The studies presented here show the contribution of this architecture in terms of hardware context management and preemption support. Studies presented here show the gain that can be obtained, by using OLLAF instead of a classical FPGA, in terms of context management and preemption overhead.
OLLAF: A Fine Grained Dynamically Reconfigurable Architecture for OS Support  [cached]
Garcia Samuel,Granado Bertrand
EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems , 2009,
Abstract: Fine Grained Dynamically Reconfigurable Architecture (FGDRA) offers a flexibility for embedded systems with a great power processing efficiency by exploiting optimizations opportunities at architectural level thanks to their fine configuration granularity. But this increase design complexity that should be abstracted by tools and operating system. In order to have a usable solution, a good inter-overlapping between tools, OS, and platform must exist. In this paper we present OLLAF, an FGDRA specially designed to efficiently support an OS. The studies presented here show the contribution of this architecture in terms of hardware context management and preemption support. Studies presented here show the gain that can be obtained, by using OLLAF instead of a classical FPGA, in terms of context management and preemption overhead.
The Library Search Engine: A Smart Solution for Integrating Resources Beyond Library Holdings  [cached]
Karin Herm,Sibylle Volz
Code4Lib Journal , 2008,
Abstract: The Cooperative Library Network Berlin-Brandenburg (KOBV), Germany addresses the problem of how to integrate resources found outside the library and library holdings into a single discovery tool. It presents a solution that uses open source technology to develop a next-generation catalog interface called the Library Search Engine. This pilot project was launched in 2007 with the library of Albert Einstein Science Park, Potsdam. The idea was to design and develop a fast and convenient search tool, integrating local holdings (books, journals, journal articles) as well as relevant scientific subject information such as open access publications and bibliographies.
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