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SOANet - A Service Oriented Architecture for Building Compositional Network Services
Victor A. S. M. de Souza,Eleri Cardozo
Journal of Software , 2006, DOI: 10.4304/jsw.1.2.1-11
Abstract: The high competition among network providers places a demand for new ways to design network services with near zero development time, low cost, and high degrees of customization and evolution. Customization allows to fit the service according to the customers’ requirements, while evolution allows to adapt the service as soon as these requirements change. Moreover, customers are demanding the ability to manage the contracted services in order to keep service usage, configuration, and evolution under their control. This paper presents an approach based on service oriented architecture (SOA) for developing network services able to fulfill the requirements of rapid development, customization, and customer-side manageability. The approach considers the network service as the composition (orchestration) of a set of basic services. A generalization of the architecture primarily aimed at connection oriented networks is introduced, extending it to overlay networks. Two services for the management of tunnels on optical networks are presented as a case study.
REVIEW: The Disenfranchised: Victims of Development in Asia (Urvashi Butalia, ed.)
Bradley Cardozo
Kasarinlan : Philippine Journal of Third World Studies , 2005,
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Susi Peacock,Philip Barker,Clive Betts,Eleri Jones
Research in Learning Technology , 2000, DOI: 10.3402/rlt.v8i1.11985
Abstract: Training in information technology (IT) is becoming a crucial activity for virtually all organizations - a well-worn cliche. Sadly, however, it is all too often the case that training budgets are manipulated and absorbed into other 'worthy' causes. The result is that IT training is hastily passed onto junior members of a team or to postgraduate students who have had little formal training and experience of IT training. It is for these novice trainers that the '500 computer tips' will be particularly useful but it is also a highly worthwhile, accessible reference for more experienced trainers in both academic and non-academic environments. This book (one of a series of '500 Tips' from Kogan Page) does not aim to give technical information about any particular software package but provides readable, understandable generic tips which have a sound pedagogical base (although this is carefully hidden).
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Philip Barker,Clive Betts,Eleri Jones,Emma Candy
Research in Learning Technology , 1997, DOI: 10.3402/rlt.v5i3.10572
Abstract: As a result of various paradigm shifts, the World Wide Web (the Web) is changing both what we teach and how we teach it. Consequently, from the point of view of distributing resources, we are now experiencing a significant change of emphasis - from instructor push towards student pull. Web-Teaching is a book about teaching, especially interactive teaching, using the Web as a communications medium. It deals with the kinds of hardware, software and networks commonly used on the Web to deliver and support instruction and learning. Overall, it has two basic thrusts: first, it gives descriptions of what is possible on the Web; second, it identifies instructional strategies that are likely to be effective.
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Elaine Pearson,Eleri Jones,Bruce Douglas Ingraham,Philip Barker
Research in Learning Technology , 1998, DOI: 10.3402/rlt.v6i2.11009
Abstract: A rising number of individuals and institutions are now developing multimedia courseware, or interactive multimedia (IMM) as Rob Phillips, calls it. This book sets out to offer practical advice in projects focusing on general issues of design, development and project management. Although it includes an appendix that describes the characteristics of a number of authoring tools, it is largely intended to be independent of any particular software.
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Robin Shaw,Harish Ravat,Eleri Jones,Richard Storer
Research in Learning Technology , 1997, DOI: 10.3402/rlt.v5i1.10556
Abstract: This is the latest in a series of practical books published by Kogan Page in the field of education by Professor Phil Race in collaboration with various others. Phil Race, Emeritus Professor of Educational Development at the University of Glamorgan, has had a varied and inspirational career in higher education, and at present is Programme Director for the University of Durham Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education. Steve McDowell lectures in IT at Gateshead College and the Open University
Engineering more engineers - bridging the mathematics and careers advice gap
Eleri Bowen,Julie Prior,Stephen Lloyd,Stephen Thomas
Engineering Education , 2007,
Abstract: The popularity of engineering degrees among undergraduates is in decline. There are many barriers affecting the supply of engineering undergraduates and the School of Technology at the University of Glamorgan has identified lack of awareness of what engineering entails and lack of mathematical preparedness as two principal barriers to potential students studying engineering in higher education. To show how the School of Technology overcame these barriers, the role of the Network75 Recruitment and Support Officer will be explained along with the subsequent development of a remedial summer mathematics programme entitled ‘Bridging Technology with Mathematics’. These two initiatives are outlined and their success evaluated in terms of increasing engineering undergraduate enrolments for the academic year 2005/06. This paper would be of interest to anyone working in the field of engineering recruitment and admissions, as this programme can be replicated by other further education or higher education providers.
La institucionalización de una cultura de la evaluación en la administración pública mexicana: avances y desafíos pendientes
Cardozo Brum, Myriam;
Convergencia , 2009,
Abstract: facing the limited development of assessing culture in mexican public administration during the last century, and the few works published in order to analyze said situation, the present article analyzes the recent evolution of the processes of external evaluation of the social development programs so as to value their contribution to institutionalization in the aforementioned culture. this works concludes that, to date, there has been important advancement in the evaluation's normative framework; nonetheless, in the rest of the reviewed aspects only lesser words are heard, and the background problems detected early in the process prevail.
A obscuridade do poético em Paul Celan
Cardozo, Mauricio Mendon?a;
Pandaemonium Germanicum , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1982-88372012000100005
Abstract: tensioned between variations of the said and the unsaid, and between figures of light and shadow, paul celan's work performs a certain confrontation with the condition of silence and obscurity, breaking all at once with a certain way of making poetry and of relating to reality. in this sense, celan's work can hardly be reduced to a kind of hermeticism, a category too vague to account for its singularity. in his work saying and silencing together articulate the tension that creates the poetic space in which the poem is inscribed. the poet himself tried to refuse the insistence of some critics on labeling his work as obscure. despite of its fragmentary nature, the recently published manuscripts of his speech project von der dunkelheit des dichterischen constitutes one of celan’s most extensive discussions of the matter of obscurity in poetry. this paper aims at presenting the fragments of his speech project and pointing out its importance to the discussion of the notion of obscurity in paul celan's work.
Gestión y evaluación participativas en políticas sociales
Cardozo Brum, Myriam;
Política y cultura , 2008,
Abstract: the article reviews the concepts, speaches and practices related to social participation from international organizations, governments, and the organised society in latin america and mexico. it looks at relevant participation experiences developed in other countries. it also contributes with a synthesis of the latest developments in the canadian case in order to through light to the alternatives to be considered while designing national strategies.
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