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Cloud manufacturing: a service-oriented manufacturing paradigm. A review paper

Julia Siderska, Khair S. Jadaan
2018 Engineering Management in Production and Services  
Using scientific publications indexed in Scopus database during the period 2012–2017, the concept and fundamentals of CMfg are presented and discussed given the results of the most recent research.  ...  This paper introduces cloud manufacturing (CMfg) as a new manufacturing paradigm that joins the emerging technologies – such as the Internet of Things, cloud computing, and service-oriented technologies  ...  Acknowledgements The research was conducted within S/WZ/1/2014 project and was financed from funds of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Literature  ... 
doi:10.1515/emj-2018-0002 fatcat:cnbkj34qlvgn3j6dr4nomvw2fi

Towards Connecting Database Applications to Ontologies

Chimène Fankam, Stéphane Jean, Guy Pierra, Ladjel Bellatreche, Yamine Aït Ameur
2009 2009 First International Confernce on Advances in Databases, Knowledge, and Data Applications  
In this paper, we propose an ontology-based approach for designing database applications, and then, for representing explicitly the semantics of data within the database.  ...  When it is used, a large amount of semantics of data may be lost during the transformation from the conceptual model to a logical model.  ...  Thus, defining and exploiting such concepts is a new capability of this architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dbkda.2009.22 dblp:conf/dbkda/FankamJPBA09 fatcat:z7e74zi7afa6hl6547lz3rcj7e

Fourth-generation languages (4GLs) and personal computers

Boulton B. Miller
1984 Proceedings of the July 9-12, 1984, national computer conference and exposition on - AFIPS '84  
The increases in numbers and capabilities of personal computers demonstrate the need for greater understanding of 4GLs since most of them fit on these small machines.  ...  This is but one of the many examples where less expensive hardware is changing the entire concept of corporate computing and applications development by users.  ...  with the capability of involving users in modeling database structures.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1499310.1499383 dblp:conf/afips/Miller84 fatcat:yhknmr3m45avfo2e7wxdqfko5u

Implementing the Medical Desktop: tools for the integration of independent information resources

J W Loonsk, R Lively, E TinHan, H Litt
1991 Proceedings. Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care  
These computers are usually not powerful workstations that are part of a clinically oriented information support system, but are personal computers with varied capabilities.  ...  These tools include a lexical term linker, a resource database, and a context sensitive help system that is tailored to locally available resources.  ...  A computer that is capable of running these applications need not be expensive or contain exotic hardware.  ... 
pmid:1807667 pmcid:PMC2247596 fatcat:wtwalxgpmbhyrihtzjwbg5y6qi

Work in progress - using a mobile robots laboratory to teach advanced computing concepts

Zack Butler, Minseok Kwon, Rajendra K. Raj
2008 2008 38th Annual Frontiers in Education Conference  
This WIP paper describes a curricular proof-of-concept project that attempts to integrate diverse computing concepts to increase and retain student interest in computing.  ...  We are developing a flexible mobile robots laboratory, not to teach introductory computing concepts but instead to teach intermediate and advanced computing topics such as networking, database management  ...  Funding for an initial hardware prototype was provided by a grant from RIT's Office of Vice President for Research.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fie.2008.4720583 fatcat:4yokzrunazatpplfcb7vdwv77u

A Pen-Based Database Interface for Mobile Computers

R. Alonso, V.S. Mani
1994 1994 First Workshop on Mobile Computing Systems and Applications  
A prototyping e ort has recently begun in our lab, and we provide a summary of its status.  ...  Concurrently, small, pen-based, mobile computers are becoming the machine of choice for personal computing. These two trends place con icting demands on the design of database interfaces.  ...  Our current mobile environment consist of PC-compatible 386 and 486 computers, running Mach 3.0 we also have a v ariety of pen-based machines.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wmcsa.1994.6 dblp:conf/wmcsa/AlonsoM94 fatcat:3ppwogcfirempbvokr7t5vx3gu

Page 32 of Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology Vol. 26, Issue 2 [page]

1994 Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology  
In the former case, the database server either has its own data or provides a gateway (and possibly a command translation facility) to a particular database on a host computer.  ...  A server can contain data management capability (clas- sified as a database server, corresponding to “remote data management” style of Gartner Group), or data manage- ment capability plus a part of the  ... 

MHCWeb: converting a WWW database into a knowledge-based collaborative environment

L Hon, N F Abernethy, V Brusic, J Chai, R B Altman
1998 Proceedings. AMIA Symposium  
OWEB provides a shell for structuring data, providing secure and shared access, and creating computational modules for processing and displaying data.  ...  We believe that knowledge-based resources offer a solution in these cases. Knowledge bases have explicit declarations of the concepts in the domain, along with the relations between them.  ...  Acknowledgements RBA is supported by NIH LM-05652, LM-06422, NSF DBI-9600637 and a grant from IBM.  ... 
pmid:9929358 pmcid:PMC2232088 fatcat:ml5kz7ku2rcabjlswltp2g7ouu

Query processing of geometric objects with free form boundaries in spatial databases [chapter]

Hans-Peter Kriegel, Stephan Heep, Andreas Fahldiek, Norbert Mysliwitz
1993 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Spatial database sys tems are concerned with appropriate modelling and retrieval capabilities especially for sets of geo-objects which are grouped for semantic reasons (all parts of a product for ex ample  ...  Geometric queries and concepts for their realization are elaborated further in section 3. The concept of a query processor is adapted to region data in section 4.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-57234-1_31 fatcat:62sflo6jvbeavkbls5nna7v764

The project ARIANE: conceptual queries to information databases

M Joubert, J J Robert, F Miton, M Fieschi
1996 Proceedings : a conference of the American Medical Informatics Association. AMIA Fall Symposium  
As information databases we consider all the collections of data records indexed by key-words, stored and delivered by computer systems.  ...  This paper reminds briefly these models and describes tests done in querying a patients database and a bibliographical database.  ...  National Library of Medicine which provided them with the UMLS material, and Dr Borelli (Cannes  ... 
pmid:8947692 pmcid:PMC2233037 fatcat:pv22nv4btvfy5hr7xenxtcthg4

The Role of Artificial Intelligence in the Integration of Remotely Sensed Data with Geographic Information Systems

David Mckeown
1987 IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing  
This paper is written from the perspective of a computer scientist working the areas of computer vision and artificial intelligence as applied to spatial databases and knowledgebased aerial image analysis  ...  A concept can represent any spatial object and associates a name with a set of attributes stored in the concept and role schenata.  ...  Application of MAPS In Computer Vision and Graphics In the previous section we have discussed the structure of the CONCEIPTMAP database and some methods to query and access spatial data.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tgrs.1987.289804 fatcat:jpxsubwpt5h43a2zx4a6dlupti

A survey of privacy concerns with dynamic collaborator discovery capabilities

Robert L. Marchant
2007 Proceedings of the 3rd symposium on Usable privacy and security - SOUPS '07  
The poster will present the results of a survey conducted in May 2007 to determine if privacy concerns will exist for a dynamic collaborator discovery capability.  ...  Dynamic Collaborator Discovery is concept that proposes using a person's patterns of information access to create models that can then be used to find others with similar interest.  ...  As Bob uses his computers, both at home and at work, his activities are recorded in the computers history logs. For example, every time Bob visits a website, a record is created of that visit.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1280680.1280707 dblp:conf/soups/Marchant07 fatcat:dltqw3huavb55k7tabktjq7gba

A common core of concepts for informatics majors [chapter]

Doris Lidtke, Paul Myers, Lillian Cassel, Gopal Gupta, Anneke Hacquebard, Fred Mulder, Sigrid Schubert, Diane Schwartz, Nobumasa Takahashi, Henk van Leeuwen, Stanislaw Waligorski
1998 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The core concepts of informatics can be located in the intersection of the core concepts of the constituting and amalgamating fields of computer science, information systems, software engineering and computer  ...  In this focus group paper we present a core of both concepts and skills in eleven categories, ranging from information modelling, formalism and system design to social/ethical implications and (inter)personal  ...  Capabilities and limitations of computing It goes without saying that all computing practitioners need a keen appreciation of the capabilities of the computing paradigm: they will be adding to those capabilities  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35166-7_3 fatcat:ldgbsnxff5fqtiirs5fonb7hpu

Practical Teaching System Based on Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education

Jian-Yong WANG, Hui PENG, Jun-Xiang GAO
2017 DEStech Transactions on Social Science Education and Human Science  
Practical teaching has a decisive position in computer science and technology major.  ...  The concept of innovation and entrepreneurship was embedded in all aspects of practical teaching system.  ...  However, computer professionals require a combination of hardware design capabilities, software design capabilities, as well as comprehensive research and development capabilities.  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtssehs/iced2017/15114 fatcat:jdlw5uuhcbgwzk6dk2t4ekwfgy

Database Modelling Using Wsml In The Specification Of A Banking Application

Omid Sharifi, Member, ACM, Zeki Bayram, Member, ACM
2013 Zenodo  
Its conceptual syntax allows the definition of class hierarchies, and logic syntax allows the definition of constraints in the database.  ...  We demonstrate through a sample application, Ebanking, that the Web Service Modelling Language Ontology component can be used as a very powerful object-oriented database design language with logic capabilities  ...  In this paper, we focus on the ontology component of WSML, and demonstrate its capabilities as a database design language.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1058087 fatcat:dvjkpnyfazfnnmbar72733jjim
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