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Page 129 of Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology Vol. 6, Issue 3 [page]

1974 Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology  
A Discussion on a Multi-Master Sequentially Organized File Maintenance System By A. Y.  ...  System Description Consider the multi-file maintenance system as out- lined in Figure 1.  ... 

TOCRS—The therapy-oriented computer record system

E. Michael Kahn, Dietolf Ramm, Daniel T. Gianturco
1981 Behavior Research Methods  
A computerized system has been developed to provide treatment records for patients in the Duke Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic.  ...  Suggestions by the users have led to a number of modifications in the system, including the addition of special data-keeping functions for therapy groups and record generations of summary reports for clinicians  ...  Routine file maintenance is performed by a series of logically distinct program modules that run sequentially ( Figure 2 ).  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03202057 fatcat:zcvk4yaskjg5pf3qmzjfkb3kt4

A modular approach to file system design

Stuart E. Madnick, Joseph W. Alsop
1969 Proceedings of the May 14-16, 1969, spring joint computer conference on XX - AFIPS '69 (Spring)  
Allen NIoulton, from which many of the basic ideas for this file system design were molded.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The author acknowledges the many long and often heated discussions with his colleague, lVIr.  ...  A file system design The purpose of the remainder of this paper is to apply the organization presented in th, File System Design IHodel section to solve the problems associated with a multi-computer file  ... 
doi:10.1145/1476793.1476795 dblp:conf/afips/MadnickA69 fatcat:e6py3buxmzaxxhxgcns7x7fzwe

Hierarchical structure for data management

W. R. Henry
1969 IBM Systems Journal  
Direct organization with sequential list structures (D S) is a list string or chain of data segments organized as a direct data structure.  ...  Entry to the chain or list header is via a specific record in the parent list, i.e., the master file. The third or combined approack occurs when the exact list header is unknown.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.81.0002 fatcat:kl5lgtmkiffbbkkyvobsmwbcbe

Cloud Implementation and Cloud Integration

Lalit Kumar, Dr. Gurdev Singh, Prince Jain
2003 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY  
The cloud implementation isrelated to actual creation, enablement of the cloud services ofa computing system.  ...  Cloud service engineering is adiscipline that combines the business and technology thinkingfor purposes of engineering a cloud.  ...  A cloud file must be organized to ensure the records are available for processing when need by the cloud computing system and has of four types of file organization: heap, sequential, hashing and clustering  ... 
doi:10.24297/ijct.v2i1.2604 fatcat:e64b3jkaazbhliepr5vulktoj4

Abstracts of Current Computer Literature

1970 IEEE transactions on computers  
Future modifications are also proposed and discussed. A method of coding a large file for information retrieval is discussed.  ...  This paper classifies a selection of common implementations of file organization techniques.  ... 
doi:10.1109/t-c.1970.222960 fatcat:ire5kgre7fch5ppqcmq2bjesvi

Evaluating Virtualization for Hadoop MapReduce on an OpenNebula Cloud

Pedro Roger Magalhães Vasconcelos, Gisele Azevedo de Araújo Freitas
2014 International Journal of Multimedia and Image Processing  
In this work, we conducted benchmarks to measure the performance of a Hadoop cluster deployed on OpenNebula clouds with KVM and OpenVZ.  ...  Cloud computing provides access to a set of resources such as virtual machines, storage and network as services.  ...  HDFS is a block-structured file system managed by a single master node like Google's GFS.  ... 
doi:10.20533/ijmip.2042.4647.2014.0029 fatcat:upuyub3fabcq7gtvpsqqyu57sq

Multi-dimensional Index on Hadoop Distributed File System

Haojun Liao, Jizhong Han, Jinyun Fang
2010 2010 IEEE Fifth International Conference on Networking, Architecture, and Storage  
performance towards the common query types (e.g., point query, range query) on Hadoop distributed file system (HDFS).  ...  In this paper, we present an approach to construct a built-in block-based hierarchical index structures, like Rtree, to organize data sets in one, two, or higher dimensional space and improve the query  ...  A cluster has one master server, which is responsible for the management of the file system namespace and the file access requests from clients, and several data nodes, whose number ranges from several  ... 
doi:10.1109/nas.2010.44 dblp:conf/nas/LiaoHF10 fatcat:mtq7lbmwdbf7bduzgfou2yskdi

ScalaGiST

Peng Lu, Gang Chen, Beng Chin Ooi, Hoang Tam Vo, Sai Wu
2014 Proceedings of the VLDB Endowment  
ScalaGiST provides extensibility in terms of data and query types, hence is able to support unconventional queries (e.g., multi-dimensional range and k-NN queries) in MapReduce systems, and can be dynamically  ...  Nevertheless, Hadoop, an open-source equivalent of MapReduce, has been noted to have sub-optimal performance in the database context since it is initially designed to operate on raw data without utilizing  ...  The index is organized as a tree structure and stored as a sequential file in the DFS (HDFS in this paper). Similar to a normal DFS file, the index file is also partitioned into multiple chunks.  ... 
doi:10.14778/2733085.2733087 fatcat:l43a4vvwencm3kumyedkipmwbm

An implementation of parallel file distribution in an agent hierarchy

Munehiro Fukuda, Jumpei Miyauchi
2008 Journal of Supercomputing  
if they are too large to relay to a lower tree level, aggregates such messages in a larger fragment if they are in transit to the same sub-tree, and returns output files to the user along multi-paths  ...  However, a challenge is how to distribute necessary files to remote computing nodes that may be unconnected to the same network file system, equipped with insufficient disk space to keep entire files,  ...  Acknowledgments This research has been conducted under a three-year grant from National Science Foundation's Middleware Initiative (No.0438193).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11227-008-0194-0 fatcat:y7uwwljeqje7bmc3fzydtm6eza

Multi-dimensional clustering for data base organizations

J.H. Liou, S.B. Yao
1977 Information Systems  
A data base structure which combines this new technique and the file Inversion technique Is analyzed.  ...  Associated with this storage scheme Is a new type of Index called multi-dimensional directory. Those keys which determine the record address are jointly indexed by this directory.  ...  Furthermore, if the file is sorted on any single key (as in the case of an indexed sequential file), the target records of multi-key query will usually be distributed over the entire file space.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0306-4379(77)90007-2 fatcat:3nvzx7255jfqvbua5fbkx2hvha

A standardized smart transducer interface

Elmenreich, Obermaisser
2002 Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics ISIE-02  
The second case study is an autonomous mobile robot instrumented by a TTP/A cluster that orientates itself via a set of heterogenous sensors and decides, based on this sensor data, which way to go.  ...  The first case study describes a demonstrator with a robot arm that is instrumented by smart transducers and a TTP/A fieldbus.  ...  An IFS file is an index sequential array of up to 256 records. A record has a fixed length of four bytes (32 bits). An IFS record is the smallest addressable unit within a smart transducer system.  ... 
doi:10.1109/isie.2002.1026059 fatcat:iv6hztppe5hetk5phkrfn5yrle

Parallel mining of closed sequential patterns

Shengnan Cong, Jiawei Han, David Padua
2005 Proceeding of the eleventh ACM SIGKDD international conference on Knowledge discovery in data mining - KDD '05  
In this paper we develop an algorithm, called Par-CSP (Parallel Closed Sequential Pattern mining), to conduct parallel mining of closed sequential patterns on a distributed memory system.  ...  Moreover, it employs a technique, called selective sampling, to address the load imbalance problem. We implement Par-CSP using MPI on a 64-node Linux cluster.  ...  Each slave processor outputs the closed sequential patterns in a file. The total closed sequential patterns are simply the concatenation of these files.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1081870.1081937 dblp:conf/kdd/CongHP05 fatcat:h5mdgsox2ndrxmts7ggmsfxn7i

Urban and Regional Planning [chapter]

2014 Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research  
Therefore, the paper focuses on the implementation aspects of multi-participant GIS programs.  ...  Maximizing the system's potentials necessitates a well-defined implementation framework that can help manage changes and integrate the technology in organizations.  ...  The updating of data should be based on the concept of transaction and master files.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-0753-5_104348 fatcat:bp5hj74etnfcxpik34nfsjdxra

Time-Triggered Smart Transducer Networks

W. Elmenreich
2006 IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics  
The time-triggered approach is a well-suited approach for building distributed hard real-time systems.  ...  This paper discusses the applicability of the time-triggered approach for smart transducer networks and presents a case study application of a time-triggered smart transducer network.  ...  Acknowledgments I would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments on an earlier version of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tii.2006.873991 fatcat:2mzzbca2xjanpdc7t4ftcnfvxa
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