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Beyond Ecosystem Modeling: A Roadmap to Community Cyberinfrastructure for Ecological Data‐Model Integration

Istem Fer, Anthony K. Gardella, Alexey N. Shiklomanov, Eleanor E. Campbell, Elizabeth M. Cowdery, Martin G. De Kauwe, Ankur Desai, Matthew J. Duveneck, Joshua B. Fisher, Katherine D. Haynes, Forrest M. Hoffman, Miriam R. Johnston (+13 others)
2020 Global Change Biology  
This roadmap focuses on five key opportunities for community tools: the underlying foundationsof community cyberinfrastructure; data ingest; calibration of models to data; model-data benchmarking; and  ...  A new era of data-model integration requires investment in accessible, scalable, transparent tools that integrate the expertise of the whole community, including both modelers and empiricists.  ...  In the following sections, we present a roadmap to the key features of a community cyberinfrastructure, and discuss specific challenges and solutions for model-data activities.  ... 
doi:10.1111/gcb.15409 pmid:33075199 fatcat:pum4g4fv4fdehg7mmnoty4gynq

Modeling Progress in AI [article]

Miles Brundage
2015 arXiv   pre-print
It then outlines ways of tailoring AI progress models to generate insights on the specific issue of technological unemployment, and outlines future directions for research on AI progress.  ...  After reviewing relevant literatures and justifying the need for more rigorous modeling of AI progress, this paper contributes to that research program by suggesting ways to account for the relationship  ...  Cronin, Adi Wiezel, David Dalrymple, Adam Elkus, an anonymous reviewer, and others who commented on earlier versions of these ideas.  ... 
arXiv:1512.05849v1 fatcat:3u6wvy44mzdzfclwtqzhkkghxy

Usage scenarios for a common feature modeling language

Thorsten Berger, Philippe Collet
2019 Proceedings of the 23rd International Systems and Software Product Line Conference volume B - SPLC '19  
Feature models are recognized as a de facto standard for variability modeling.  ...  We present a roadmap to build and implement a first version of the envisaged common language. CCS CONCEPTS • Software and its engineering → Software product lines.  ...  We also thank the scenario authors Mathieu Acher, Maurice Ter Beek, David Benavides, José A.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3307630.3342403 dblp:conf/splc/BergerC19 fatcat:nrnjgep6bnfrdcsptgibzntnny

Automated Analysis in Feature Modelling and Product Configuration [chapter]

David Benavides, Alexander Felfernig, José A. Galindo, Florian Reinfrank
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The automated analysis of feature models is one of the thriving topics of research in the software product line and variability management communities that has attracted more attention in the last years  ...  We define a set of research questions and give a preliminary answer to some of them. We conclude that there are many research opportunities in the synergy of these independent areas.  ...  We would like to thank Sergio Segura for giving some comments on a previous version of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-38977-1_11 fatcat:k6jjotylibdwbcf5pvujlsexuu

Using Goal Models Downstream

Jennifer Horkoff, Tong Li, Feng-Lin Li, Mattia Salnitri, Evellin Cardoso, Paolo Giorgini, John Mylopoulos
2015 International Journal of Information System Modeling and Design  
To answer this question, they conduct a systematic survey, producing a roadmap of work summarizing 243 publications. Results include a categorization of the "why?" and "how?" for each approach.  ...  Findings show that there is a wide variety of proposals with a variety of proposed goal models and targets, covering multiple paradigms, motivated by a variety of purposes.  ...  The paper outlines a classification of web service feature interactions, helping us to understand the scope of the feature interaction problem in the web services domain, and providing a benchmark against  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijismd.2015040101 fatcat:hlj3xls3izghljrlo2yqtw2cb4

Power Consumption Models for Multi-Tenant Server Infrastructures

Matteo Ferroni, Andrea Corna, Andrea Damiani, Rolando Brondolin, Juan A. Colmenares, Steven Hofmeyr, John D. Kubiatowicz, Marco D. Santambrogio
2017 ACM Transactions on Architecture and Code Optimization (TACO)  
One of the largest costs is power consumption, which is challenging to understand in heterogeneous environments.  ...  Moreover, we show the models allow us evaluate colocations of tenants to reduce overall consumption.  ...  In order to nd the most satisfactory subset of input features for these preliminary models, we tried all the possible combinations (2 4 − 1 = 15) of these events.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3148965 fatcat:uw3j2k3vjzaqtl4bszl2jkcscm

Unifying Software, Product Configuration: A Research Roadmap

Arnaud Hubaux, Dietmar Jannach, Conrad Drescher, Leonardo Murta, Tomi Männistö, Krzysztof Czarnecki, Patrick Heymans, Tien Nguyen, Markus Zanker
2012 International Configuration Workshop  
While traditional research in the field focused on the configuration of physical artefacts, recognition of the business value of customizable software products led to the emergence of software product  ...  Correspondingly, a large number of advanced techniques and algorithms have been developed in academia and industry to support different aspects of configuration reasoning.  ...  Each situation will need its own benchmarks and analyses. The objective of the panel will be to validate the results of the theory operationalization on a few industry-size models.  ... 
dblp:conf/confws/HubauxJDMMCHNZ12 fatcat:tdnezsg4rrapdklss2lvm2orxi

BioExcel-2 Deliverable D5.3 - Business Model Design Report

Rossen Apostolov, Angele Giuliano, Ian Harrow, Richard Norman, Steve Robertshaw, Yvonne Westermaier
2020 Zenodo  
This deliverable presents the work undertaken to date with respect to inspection of a viable business model based on the experiences from research conducted in the first phase of BioExcel.  ...  Using the widely adopted Business Model Canvas tool, we analyse the value chain of infrastructure, offerings, customers and financing.  ...  To lower the 'complexity' barrier, manuals for setting up, running and analysing the results are needed. The usability of the tools should be improved as part of the roadmap.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5511790 fatcat:woepcd6xsvasnnv5gj5ymypari

Model-driven engineering for mobile robotic systems: a systematic mapping study

Giuseppina Lucia Casalaro, Giulio Cattivera, Federico Ciccozzi, Ivano Malavolta, Andreas Wortmann, Patrizio Pelliccione
2021 Journal of Software and Systems Modeling  
Research and industry have tried to tackle this heterogeneity by proposing a multitude of model-driven solutions to engineer the software of mobile robotics systems.  ...  However, there is no systematic study of the state of the art in model-driven engineering (MDE) for mobile robotics systems that could guide research or practitioners in finding model-driven solutions  ...  We also observed a strong focus on constructive automation techniques, i.e. code generation and model transformations over analyses or models at runtime.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10270-021-00908-8 fatcat:sro6ff5lcjf7zdl6ejg5qiatka

Process Engine Benchmarking with Betsy - Current Status and Future Directions

Matthias Geiger, Simon Harrer, Jörg Lenhard
2016 Central-European Workshop on Services and their Composition  
Business process management and automation has been the focus of intense research for a long time. Today, a plethora of process languages for specifying and implementing process models have evolved.  ...  Selecting the "best" engine for a particular usage scenario is hard, as none of the existing process standards features an objective certification process to assess the quality of its implementations.  ...  In a preliminary work, we evaluated existing benchmarking approaches of BPEL 2.0 engines [24] and revealed that most of them test a very small number of engines, use a limited workload model and only  ... 
dblp:conf/zeus/GeigerHL16 fatcat:3sznpbfuczaqbbzhd73pjn5zdi

Preliminary establishment and analysis of automated driving benchmark in China

Xiong Hui, Yinghan Wang, Qiang Ge, Ziqing Gu, Mingyang Cui, Jianqiang Wang, Keqiang Li, Qing Xu, R. Montemanni
2019 MATEC Web of Conferences  
Moreover, some statistical results and analyses are produced in accordance with the designed methodologies as instances of potential application.  ...  rules of elaborating distinctive scenes and routes, what to label, and it is also demonstrated that the benchmark can support the future application of extended AD research.  ...  The authors would like to thank all partners within for their cooperation and valuable contribution.  ... 
doi:10.1051/matecconf/201925902002 fatcat:tszhjd7fvzgbvob6ycfvxp4c6a

Artificial intelligence maturity model: a systematic literature review

Raghad Baker Sadiq, Nurhizam Safie, Abdul Hadi Abd Rahman, Shidrokh Goudarzi
2021 PeerJ Computer Science  
Maturity model development typically uses a bottom-up design approach, and most of the models have a descriptive characteristic.  ...  It allows a deeper understanding of the methodological issues relevant to maturity models, especially in terms of the objectives, methods employed to develop and validate the models, and the scope and  ...  The first one was conducted by Tu, Lin & Lee (2019) to develop a model depending on the environment of clinical research to evaluate intelligent automation.  ... 
doi:10.7717/peerj-cs.661 pmid:34541308 pmcid:PMC8409328 fatcat:ftxguypkfrfppknbg4kjnaqnza

System Performance and Cost Modelling in LHC computing

Catherine Biscarat, Tommaso Boccali, Daniele Bonacorsi, Concezio Bozzi, Davide Costanzo, Dirk Duellmann, Johannes Elmsheuser, Eric Fede, José Flix Molina, Domenico Giordano, Costin Grigoras, Jan Iven (+21 others)
2019 EPJ Web of Conferences  
The increase in the scale of LHC computing expected for Run 3 and even more so for Run 4 (HL-LHC) over the next ten years will certainly require radical changes to the computing models and the data processing  ...  Translating the requirements of the physics programmes into computing resource needs is a complicated process and subject to significant uncertainties.  ...  They thus need a modelling tool that takes as input the details of the physics activities and the features of the computing model and outputs the amount and characteristics of computing resources required  ... 
doi:10.1051/epjconf/201921403019 fatcat:xpld6ekqtvhqbh43xqn5f5yyue

D3.2 Interworking Reference Model

Lourdes Luque Cantó, Luis Miguel Contreras, Juan Rodríguez, Giacomo Bernini, Marc Molla, Sergio Morant, Fabrizio Moggio, Carmen Catalano, Nicola Blefari, Mauro Femminella, Paolo Lungaroni, Matteo Pergolesi (+10 others)
2016 Zenodo  
In this document, a detailed description of the features required to those five modules is provided, together with the specifications of north-bound and south-bound reference points allowing for the envisioned  ...  The present D3.2 document, Interworking Reference Model, is the specification of the Interworking Framework for 5G EVE, further developing the initial specification provided in Deliverable D3.1 (Interworking  ...  Together with the previous high-level architecture definition, additional preliminary analyses were included in D3.1, analyses which are summarized (and briefly revisited) hereafter.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3625688 fatcat:qbrd44viknhxlkrf45qzmxebim

A Hydrologic/Water Quality Model Applicati1

Bernard Engel, Dan Storm, Mike White, Jeff Arnold, Mazdak Arabi
2007 Journal of the American Water Resources Association  
Standard modeling application protocols similar to the proposed procedure herein provide modelers with a roadmap to be followed, reduces modelers' bias, enhances the reproducibility of model application  ...  A graded approach for selection of the level of documentation for each item was suggested.  ...  One of the advantages of an automated approach to calibration is that it uses a systematic approach in adjusting the model parameters, thereby removing potential modeler bias.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1752-1688.2007.00105.x fatcat:y32mhg4cxnabdfabrqfeiktb7e
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