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Middleware for semantic-based security and safety management of open services

Stefan Poslad, Juan Jim Tan, Xuan Huang, Landong Zuo
2005 International Journal of Web and Grid Services  
It has been applied to an application that queries multiple distributed environmental database resources.  ...  In order to support automated information access and processing, this information is marked up using semantic metadata models represented using ontology languages such as OWL.  ...  This allows the system for example, to model an inactive fault that causes an error but that does not yet result in a system failure (Denker et al., 2003) .  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijwgs.2005.008392 fatcat:lot6cmu5iva2nctzsjuxjqleaq

Transactions in Transactional Workflows [chapter]

Devashish Worah, Amit Sheth
1997 Advanced Transaction Models and Architectures  
W e discuss a framework for error handling and recovery in the METEOR2 WFMS that borrows from relevant w ork in ATMs, distributed systems, software engineering, and organizational sciences.  ...  While such concepts have yet to be solved in the domain of work ow systems, database researchers have proposed to use, or attempted to use ATMs to model work ows.  ...  Advanced Transaction Models in Work ow C o n texts.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4615-6217-7_1 fatcat:icweoahthzhr3ab5bgmsxz5rty

Efficient and Reliable Hybrid Cloud Architecture for Big Database

Narzu Tarannum, Nova Ahmed
2013 International Journal on Cloud Computing Services and Architecture  
Using this database we propose an interactive graphical user interface for Bangladeshi People Search (BDPS) that use a hybrid structure of cloud computing handled by apache Hadoop where database is implemented  ...  In our prototype system we considered national ID database structure of Bangladesh which is prepared by election commission of Bangladesh.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We are acknowledging Amazon Web Service for their kind education grant for this research along with Election Commission of Bangladesh for their support.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijccsa.2013.3602 fatcat:bzsosqtl7jhgpmwox25y5e5wsu

A Multi-agent System Architecture for End-User Level Grid Monitoring Using Geographic Information Systems (MAGGIS): Architecture and Implementation [chapter]

Shaowen Wang, Anand Padmanabhan, Yan Liu, Ransom Briggs, Jun Ni, Tao He, Boyd M. Knosp, Yasar Onel
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The MAGGIS framework is implemented in a Grid portal environment based on the open Grid service architecture.  ...  to synthesize various Grid information providers for monitoring Grid resources; and 2.) geographic information systems (GIS) provide an ideal solution to organizing and managing the geographic aspect  ...  services for distributed systems [7] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24679-4_97 fatcat:lilmto4wy5f4jozns2hmdyry2u

Problem classes in intelligent network database design [chapter]

Juha Taina
1995 Intelligent Networks  
The demands to an IN database make it a distributed real-time heterogeneous database, where each of the nodes can be a parallel database.  ...  Our interests are in general solution level, logical data model, query languages, speed, and transaction handling and recovery.  ...  LOGICAL DATA MODEL The logical data model must be flexible enough to handle the demands of the network protocols and the information models.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34894-0_14 fatcat:jpn6siowbfhmrdjxafolrpibd4

Enhancing the fault tolerance of workflow management systems

G. Alonso, C. Hagen, D. Agrawal, A. El Abbadi, C. Mohan
2000 IEEE Concurrency  
The usual failure-handling procedure in most systems is to stop process execution and report the failure to an administrator.  ...  Even though atomic spheres and semiatomicity enable fault-tolerant workflows, the problem of modeling failure handling in an effective and comprehensible way remains.  ...  His research focuses on fault-tolerant distributed systems, databases, and information systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/4434.865896 fatcat:yznqlsa5grfozl3v4mf6ds6e7y

4.-8. März 2019

Sebastian Schmidl, Frederic Schneider, Thorsten Papenbrock
2019 Datenbanksysteme für Business, Technologie und Web  
The actor model also allows for easy distribution of both data and computation across multiple nodes in a cluster.  ...  We also discuss how our proposed actor database system framework solves some of the challenges that arise from the design of distributed databases such as data partitioning, failure handling, and concurrent  ...  In detail, we make the following contributions: We introduce domain actors (Dactors) to model application data in an Akka-based actor database system.  ... 
doi:10.18420/btw2019-ws-23 dblp:conf/btw/SchmidlSP19 fatcat:gjdmg2utgfd3poup3rct7oyemy

Semantic-compensation-based recovery in multi-agent systems

A. Unruh, H. Harjadi, J. Bailey, K. Ramamohanarao
2005 IEEE 2nd Symposium on Multi-Agent Security and Survivability, 2005.  
In agent systems, an agent's recovery from execution problems is often complicated by constraints that are not present in a more traditional distributed database systems environment.  ...  The compensation/retry model requires a situated model of action and failure, and provides the agent with an emergent unified treatment of both crash recovery and run-time failurehandling.  ...  Failure-Handling Model Based on these core concepts-the use of goal-based compensation and re-achievement for failure-handlingwe describe an approach to handling a class of agent problems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/massur.2005.1507051 fatcat:woaqurbpzvfz7gyjrtcmklb3zi

Fault Tolerant Distributed Join Algorithm in RDBMS

Arsen R. Nasibullin
2020 International Baltic Conference on Databases and Information Systems  
State-of-the-art distributed RDBMS get over these tasks in assumption no errors occur. Unfortunately, distributed database management systems suffer from failures.  ...  Many of applications use vast volume of data for computing in business intelligence applications. Mostly, these applications handle queries with such operators as aggregation and join.  ...  Author thanks Boris Novikov for his helpful comments that have significantly improved this paper.  ... 
dblp:conf/balt/Nasibullin20 fatcat:vcvk6ewozbaznasetis57ykk4a


2018 Applied Computer Science  
Functional requirements derived from these systems are the basis of a framework dedicated for creating decentralized systems and distribution of information, used in systems developed by company  ...  Proposed principles were implemented as free library – libdinemic, which is base for future cluster management system, dedicated for large and inconsistent environments.  ...  Crypto@Cracow Meetup ("Meetup Group Crypto@Cracow", 2016) group for help.  ... 
doi:10.23743/acs-2018-03 doaj:1b940a6647d949ee91e180d3d764eb7c fatcat:y4y2aa4uafbmba34iha2fgnp7u

A Hybrid Scheduling Algorithm to Achieve Fault Tolerance in Grids

2019 International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology  
It is also inferred that the system performance depend on workload, and failure frequency.  ...  To overcome the drawback, this paper proposes an algorithm that dynamically implements checkpointing and replication and provides high job throughput in the existence of failure and improves the performance  ...  Therefore, we proposed an algorithm that dynamically adjusts checkpointing frequency and replication count based on system properties. The proposed algorithm will handle hardware failure in grids.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijeat.a1094.1291s419 fatcat:2hiclo3ecng4rcld3wuplr5uhm

Research on remote state monitoring and intelligent maintenance system of CNC machine tools

Yunbo Zuo, Hongjun Wang, Guoxin Wu, Yuhai Gu, Wensheng Qiao
2019 The Journal of Engineering  
By the fault knowledge base, the system analysed the reason for failure and recommended the maintenance method.  ...  system for CNC machine tools was proposed.  ...  CNC machine tool failure knowledge base The CNC machine tool failure knowledge base establishes all information entities as an object-oriented information model.  ... 
doi:10.1049/joe.2018.9081 fatcat:w3zdqosvojbcjfi3to6tbiznma

A Review of Polyglot Persistence in the Big Data World

Pwint Phyu Khine, Zhaoshun Wang
2019 Information  
., using different databases as appropriate for the different components within a single system, is becoming prevalent in data-intensive big data systems, as they are distributed and parallel by nature  ...  This paper reflects the characteristics of these databases from a conceptual point of view and describes a potential solution for a distributed system—the adoption of polyglot persistence in data-intensive  ...  Acknowledgments: Author thanks the supervisor Zhao Shun Wang for all the understanding and encouragement.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info10040141 fatcat:4yuazaqkanaqvdo2yohjjytefm

Technical Complaint Feedback to Ramp-Up

Alexander Linder, Lokesh Anand, Björn Falk, Robert Schmitt
2016 Procedia CIRP  
The aim of this paper is to redesign Technical Complaint Management in order to enable long-term effects on failure based learning.  ...  To achieve this, a decision model is derived which enables companies to select the best fitting strategy for long-term complaint knowledge transfer.  ...  for the Production Ramp-Up" (1491/2) is gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procir.2016.06.082 fatcat:f4w255s6m5cwbaevfz6oh6jqxi

Distribution, Data, Deployment: Software Architecture Convergence in Big Data Systems

Ian Gorton, John Klein
2015 IEEE Software  
Big data systems present many challenges to software architects. In particular, distributed software architectures become tightly coupled to data and deployment architectures.  ...  . // THE EXPONENTIAL GROWTH of data over the last decade has fueled a new specialization for software technology: data-intensive, or big data, software systems. 1 Internet-born organizations such as Google  ...  This material has been approved for public release and unlimited distribution. DM-0000810.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ms.2014.51 fatcat:jz5e44qgo5fxpgcxcunt5vxeve
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