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A systematic approach for performance evaluation using process mining: the POSIDONIA operations case study

Simona Bernardi, José Ignacio Requeno, Christophe Joubert, Alberto Romeu
2016 Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Quality-Aware DevOps - QUDOS 2016  
The proposed approach has been applied to a customizable Integrated Port Operations Management System, POSIDONIA Operations, where the performance model has been used to analyze the scalability of the  ...  In this paper, we propose a systematic approach to get a performance model that is a good representation of the system under analysis.  ...  CONCLUSION We have proposed a systematic approach to get a performance model by applying M2M transformation and process mining techniques.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2945408.2945413 dblp:conf/issta/BernardiRJR16 fatcat:ugumedshxjbwfmbodprwhiji7m

A systematic approach for performance assessment using process mining

Simona Bernardi, Juan L. Domínguez, Abel Gómez, Christophe Joubert, José Merseguer, Diego Perez-Palacin, José I. Requeno, Alberto Romeu
2018 Empirical Software Engineering  
In this work, we report our experience in the application of a methodology, based on process mining techniques, for the performance assessment of data-intensive software applications.  ...  The methodology is an original contribution of this work, while the system has been developed by Prodevelop and it is a customizable integrated port operations management system.  ...  First, in subsection 5.1, Steps 3-6 align the normative models and the event logs for the Posidonia Operations case study.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10664-018-9606-9 fatcat:eat2a2q2pna65dkp6klvco7cia

MSFD In-Depth Knowledge of the Marine Environment as the Stepping Stone to Perform Marine Spatial Planning in Greece

Theodora Paramana, Aikaterini Karditsa, Niki Milatou, Stelios Petrakis, Persefoni Megalofonou, Serafim Poulos, Manos Dassenakis
2021 Water  
The MSPD (2014/89/EU) forms the legislative framework to regulate maritime activities and ensure a sustainable use of the marine environment.  ...  The multiple anthropogenic activities taking place in the marine environment increase and create a high demand for maritime space.  ...  The final objective is using the ecosystem approach for evaluating the cumulative impacts and informing and developing marine spatial planning that is able to guarantee the availability and durable use  ... 
doi:10.3390/w13152084 fatcat:vc75s7tojjavnocaxijqdpirfi

D1.2 – Innovation Potential: Initial Plan and Activities

Amaryllis Raouzaiou, Stathis Plitsos, Sophia Karagiorgou, Stavroula Meimetea, Yosef Moatti, Pavlos Kranas, Richard Mccreadie, Orlando Avila-García, Ismael Cuadrado-Cordero, Bernat Quesada, Christos Doulkeridis, Peter Jason Gould (+9 others)
2020 Zenodo  
Another section describes the expected innovation of BigDataStack use cases and their approach.  ...  The current document reflects the first deliverable of Innovation Management, which identifies and specifies the approach of BigDataStack consortium for the Innovation.  ...  above-mentioned reports, the state-of-the-art and the market needs.  Similar approach is followed for use cases.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4313032 fatcat:hkrvfp4h3zdcdachzw6pv4isi4

Advanced Processing of Multiplatform Remote Sensing Imagery for the Monitoring of Coastal and Mountain Ecosystems

Javier Marcello, Francisco Eugenio, Consuelo Gonzalo-Martin, Dionisio Rodriguez-Esparragon, Ferran Marques
2020 IEEE Access  
Two challenging ecosystems, located in Cabrera and Teide National Parks, have been selected for this study. They correspond with a coastal and a mountain island ecosystem, respectively.  ...  In this context, remote sensing offers a cost-effective technology for the conservation of both kinds of natural areas.  ...  The would also like to thank the COPERNICUS program for the free use of Sentinel-2 data.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3046657 fatcat:3qw4xrnbz5bfbbd5awvl5rqvfy

Upgrading Marine Ecosystem Restoration Using Ecological‐Social Concepts

Avigdor Abelson, Benjamin S. Halpern, Daniel C. Reed, Robert J. Orth, Gary A. Kendrick, Michael W. Beck, Jonathan Belmaker, Gesche Krause, Graham J. Edgar, Laura Airoldi, Eran Brokovich, Robert France (+6 others)
2015 BioScience  
We recommend using existing management frameworks to identify clear restoration targets, to apply quantitative tools for assessment, and to make the re-establishment of ecosystem services a criterion for  ...  Marine restoration ecology is a young scientific discipline, often with gaps between its application and the supporting science.  ...  Acknowledgments This study was conducted as a part of the Marine Ecological Restoration Working Group (MER-WG) workshop held in Eilat, Israel, by the Red Sea.  ... 
doi:10.1093/biosci/biv171 pmid:26977115 pmcid:PMC4786620 fatcat:nica7f5rq5eh3kn7mq752tzlsm

Activity concentrations of 238 U and 226 Ra in two European black shales and their experimentally-derived leachates

Franziska D.H. Wilke, Georg Schettler, Andrea Vieth-Hillebrand, Michael Kühn, Heike Rothe
2018 Journal of Environmental Radioactivity  
additives that are commonly employed for 21 shale gas exploitation. 22 We performed leaching tests at elevated temperatures and pressures with an Alum black shale from 23 Bornholm, Denmark and a Posidonia  ...  We performed leaching tests at elevated temperatures and pressures with an Alum black shale from Bornholm, Denmark and a Posidonia black shale from Lower Saxony, Germany.  ...  A semi-empirical method for calculation of 556 true coincidence corrections for the case of a close-in detection in gamma-ray spectrometry. 557 Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 283, 305  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jenvrad.2018.05.005 pmid:29783196 fatcat:u7j34fgp4rhyhelgjpp7tvp4bm

Evaluating the impact of hydrometeorological conditions on E. coli concentration in farmed mussels and clams: experience in Central Italy

Valentina Colaiuda, Federica Di Giacinto, Annalina Lombardi, Carla Ippoliti, Carla Giansante, Mario Latini, Giuseppina Mascilongo, Ludovica Di Renzo, Miriam Berti, Annamaria Conte, Nicola Ferri, Marco Verdecchia (+1 others)
2021 Journal of Water and Health  
Discharge peaks from the Pescara River caused an increase in E. coli concentration in bivalves in 87% of cases, provided that the runoff peak occurred 1–6 days prior to the sampling date.  ...  Precipitation in coastal area was linked to almost 60% of cases of E. coli high concentrations and may enhance bacterial transportation offshore, when associated with a larger-scale weather system, which  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors are also grateful to the reviewers that provided very useful suggestions that significantly improved the paper.  ... 
doi:10.2166/wh.2021.203 pmid:34152303 fatcat:wcf2lwsqmfdbnfgdzpbotoocza

SIMWESTMED - Case Study #4 "Strait of Sicily - Malta" (R23)

G. Farella, M. Borg, N. Bassan, P. Campostrini, M. Coletta, L. Contarini, D. Di Carlo, A. Fadini, F. Fabbri, S. Formosa, G. Garofalo, E. Gissi (+15 others)
2019 Zenodo  
Establish Case Studies on Approaches to MSP Implementation Case Study #4 Strait of Sicily (Italy-Malta) The SIMWESTMED case study for Malta is focused on the Malta - Sicily marine waters, bordering the  ...  After a thorough refinement of information on legal/planning status, environmental conditions and uses and acquisition of fine scale spatial data, available approaches and toolsets (  ...  Workshop and questionnaire results have been used as a basis for the formulation of the MSP objectives for the case study areas.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2599815 fatcat:z2hdq56l4vc5fgyxgyp73zia3q

Dedicated Section: The Fifth International Seagrass Biology Workshop, 7-11 October 2002, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

Silvia E. Ibarra-Obando
2003 Gulf of Mexico Science  
These comparisons highlight the potential of the permanent Fv/Fm reduction along seagrass leaves as a powerful tool to comprehend seagrass performance.  ...  Two contrasting seagrass species were selected for the study: the short-lived, early successional Ha1odule uninervis and long-lived, late successional Thalassia hemp1ichii.  ...  a re-evaluation of seedling recruitment in other species of Posidonia.  ... 
doi:10.18785/goms.2101.11 fatcat:fh6jtq6arngbxal7xrzfd46tfm

Land–Sea Interaction: Integrating Climate Adaptation Planning and Maritime Spatial Planning in the North Adriatic Basin

Denis Maragno, Carlo Federico dall'Omo, Gianfranco Pozzer, Niccolò Bassan, Francesco Musco
2020 Sustainability  
The Gulf of Trieste constitutes a representative case study for the Mediterranean Basin due to its transboundary nature.  ...  The application of the assessment techniques is developed on a case study in the north Adriatic Basin.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. Sustainability 2020, 12, 5319  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12135319 fatcat:5bnynguwifhlzawyk426pfrfzq

An Infrared Thermography Approach to Evaluate the Strength of a Rock Cliff

Marco Loche, Gianvito Scaringi, Jan Blahůt, Maria Teresa Melis, Antonio Funedda, Stefania Da Da Pelo, Ivan Erbì, Giacomo Deiana, Mattia Alessio Meloni, Fabrizio Cocco
2021 Remote Sensing  
We observed a strong correlation between a simple cooling index, evaluated in the hours succeeding the temperature peak, and strength values estimated from rebound hammer test results.  ...  and may serve as a basis for the formulation, calibration, and validation of thermo‐hydro‐mechanical constitutive models.  ...  The funders had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13071265 fatcat:jhg6jdq425cevfsiwuurju4usi

A fast‐moving target: achieving marine conservation goals under shifting climate and policies

Gil Rilov, Simonetta Fraschetti, Elena Gissi, Carlo Pipitone, Fabio Badalamenti, Laura Tamburello, Elisabetta Menini, Paul Goriup, Antonios D. Mazaris, Joaquim Garrabou, Lisandro Benedetti‐Cecchi, Roberto Danovaro (+3 others)
2019 Ecological Applications  
as a framework for action, especially given the push for Blue Growth.  ...  Adaptive management is the way forward (e.g., preserving ecosystem functions in climate change hotspots, and identifying and targeting climate refugia areas for protection) using Marine Spatial Planning  ...  The European Union (EU) is used here as a case study to examine how these challenges are tackled by a large coordinated group of developed countries with well-developed environmental policies.  ... 
doi:10.1002/eap.2009 pmid:31549453 pmcid:PMC7027527 fatcat:43cned634zajlehj7rulmetl2u

Seagrass habitat suitability model for Redang Marine Park using multibeam echosounder data: Testing different spatial resolutions and analysis window sizes

Muhammad Abdul Hakim Muhamad, Rozaimi Che Hasan, Najhan Md Said, Jillian Lean-Sim Ooi, Vincent Lecours
2021 PLoS ONE  
A maximum entropy algorithm was applied, using 12 bathymetric and backscatter predictors to develop a total of 6 seagrass habitat suitability models.  ...  The findings provide important insight on the use of remote acoustic sonar data to study and map seagrass distribution in Malaysia coastal water.  ...  We are also grateful for the reviews, comments, and suggestions from three reviewers for improving our manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0257761 pmid:34555110 pmcid:PMC8459946 fatcat:7hms4wdvezd2na5rieaxpfooxm

Circular Economy Contributions to the Tourism Sector: A Critical Literature Review

Carlos Rodríguez, Carmen Florido, Marta Jacob
2020 Sustainability  
However, the literature on CE was mainly developed for the manufacturing sector, and only a few references are found on the tourism sector even though it is a sector where huge consumption of energy and  ...  In order to identify papers for this, the authors carried out a literature review of papers in the social science citation index (Web of Science) and Scopus.  ...  [91] study how to develop a circular economy and reuse the infrastructure resource in declined mines.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12114338 fatcat:xlbhdcgrmfhenmyytbhb7arqo4
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