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Distributed, application-level monitoring for heterogeneous clouds using stream processing
As utility computing is widely deployed, organizations and researchers are turning to the next generation of cloud systems: federating public clouds, integrating private and public clouds, and merging resources at all ...
Comprehending aspect-oriented programs: Challenges and open issues
Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) supports the encapsulation of concerns cutting across the logical design of object-oriented software, by introducing aspects as a new unit of code. Code fragments, defined within aspects, ...
Configuration Decision Making Using Simulation-Generated Data
As service-oriented systems grow larger and more complex, so does the challenge of configuring the underlying hardware infrastructure on which their consitituent services are deployed. With more configuration options ...
Exploring Simulation-Based Configuration Decisions
As service compositions grow larger and more complex, so does the challenge of configuring the underlying hardware infrastructure on which the component services are deployed. With more configuration options (virtualized ...
Anatoliy Gruzd (Draft Profile)
[Information Representation and Retrieval in the Digital Age]
No abstract available.
Studying Collaborative Learning Using Name Networks
This article reports on efforts to gain greater insight into the operation of LIS e-learning communities, by applying automated text-mining techniques to text-based communication to identify, describe and evaluate underlying ...
New directions in cognitive information retrieval.
No abstract available.
Investigating biomedical research literature in the blogosphere: a case study of diabetes and glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c)
Objective: The research investigated the relationship between biomedical literature and blogosphere discussions about diabetes in order to explore the role of Web 2.0 technologies in disseminating health information. Are ...
Enabling Community Through Social Media
Background: Social network analysis provides a perspective and method for inquiring into the structures that comprise online groups and communities. Traces from interaction via social media provide the opportunity for ...