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Standardization and research in cognitive and dynamic spectrum access networks: IEEE SCC41 efforts and other activities

Fabrizio Granelli, Przemyslaw Pawelczak, R. Prasad, K. Subbalakshmi, Rajarathnam Chandramouli, James Hoffm, H. Berger
2010 IEEE Communications Magazine  
Spectrum crowding, spectrum management, quality of service, and user support are the topics of vigorous research in the cognitive and dynamic spectrum access network communities.  ...  It outlines possible future standardization topics for IEEE SCC41, in the framework of other related standardization activities, and discusses open research issues that present future challenges for the  ...  its work on the development of an ITU-R Report entitled "Cognitive Radio Systems in the Land Mobile Service."  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2010.5394033 fatcat:t2xuomfybzga7f3eankzqk427y

Toward a National Virtual Observatory: Science Goals, Technical Challanges, and Implementation Plan [article]

NVO Interim Steering Committee
2001 arXiv   pre-print
The National Academy of Science Astronomy and Astrophysics Survey Committee, in its new Decadal survey entitled Astronomy and Astrophysics in the New Millennium, recommends, as a first priority, the establishment  ...  It will challenge the astronomical community, yet provide new opportunities for scientific discovery that were unimaginable just a few years ago.  ...  While most archives will provide basic query services for the data collections they support, large scale data mining does not become possible until multiple catalogs are combined (correlated) to search  ... 
arXiv:astro-ph/0108115v1 fatcat:a2zohpvcr5gafb3je2ut54ysey

Conflict Resolution with Equitative Algorithms: A Tool to Establish A European Common Ground of Available Rights [chapter]

Seyedeh Sajedeh Salehi, Marco Giacalone
2019 Zenodo  
For that purpose, this paper initially argues the applicability and advantages of deploying algorithmic conflict resolution for civil disputes, in general terms.  ...  Next, the authors will focus on arguing how the use of the algorithmic dispute resolution method can best fit within the European context of civil dispute resolution-considering the existing inconsistencies  ...  support for the privatization of civil justice.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4529734 fatcat:io7kssf665b77irw3a656rxm3y

Money laundering countermeasures with primary focus upon terrorism and the USA Patriot Act 2001

Fletcher N. Baldwin
2003 Journal of Money Laundering Control  
Changing technology continues to be addressed in the courts and it is not enough to simply argue that new techniques are required for rapid response to terrorist threats. 128 The questions remains whether  ...  world-wide as noted in United Nations Security Council Resolution 1373.  ... 
doi:10.1108/13685200310809473 fatcat:3e7ur5qjvnakfpcwpw56nnu3a4

Bioinformatics for Marine Products: An Overview of Resources, Bottlenecks, and Perspectives

Luca Ambrosino, Michael Tangherlini, Chiara Colantuono, Alfonso Esposito, Mara Sangiovanni, Marco Miralto, Clementina Sansone, Maria Luisa Chiusano
2019 Marine Drugs  
a treasure trove of molecules with potential for biotechnological applications and innovation in many different areas.  ...  Rapid progress of the omics sciences has revealed novel opportunities to advance the knowledge of biological systems, paving the way for an unprecedented revolution in the field and expanding marine research  ...  Nucleic acid sequencing techniques are also used a great deal in marine biotechnology and, in particular, to search for new marine drugs, due to the combination and integration of genomics and transcriptomic  ... 
doi:10.3390/md17100576 pmid:31614509 pmcid:PMC6835618 fatcat:jch7dwrhgrhipihvf42zr6bljm

Technology, Ethics and Access to Justice: Should an Algorithm Be Deciding Your Case?

Anjanette Raymond, Scott Shackelford
2013 Social Science Research Network  
For example, in as recently as 2000 an entity known as "Insurance Services Office, Inc., which provided consulting and technical services to insurance brokers and companies, purchased sixteen percent,  ...  . 186 The wide support for parties' ability to contract for dispute resolution has led to the growth of the dispute resolution industry.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2309052 fatcat:6loyiaeo5nddxavdnu47szk5a4

The National Oceanographic Partnership Program: A Decade of Impacts on Oceanography

Cynthia Decker, Colin Reed
2009 Oceanography  
Early investments by NOPP in ocean observatories and technology paved the way for the success of this effort.  ...  From an initial Systems Ocean Modelling and Data Assimilation Research in Support of Resource Management Figure 6 . 6 total NOPP dollars spent on ocean technology.  ... 
doi:10.5670/oceanog.2009.50 fatcat:wycsi7arhbflvhid3o536tmh3e

ENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR REINSERTION, SOCIAL INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABILITY

Fabio Biasotto Feitosa, Flávio de São Pedro Filho, Luciana Bezerra Gonçalves, Vanessa Piffer, Lucas Moreira de Souza, Luciano Alves Bezerra
2019 International journal for innovation education and research  
As a result, thirty graduates from therapeutic communities had the chance to get in touch with the concepts of entrepreneurship as a tool for their social reinsertion.  ...  This work is relevant to both public and private entities engaged with social responsibility and sustainability.  ...  Search for partnerships with universities, technological institutes and entities that allow the training and qualification of graduates of therapeutic centers to be optimized. 2.2 Granting specific government  ... 
doi:10.31686/ijier.vol7.iss9.1705 fatcat:pkrk4spmsrgw5c6udqavibeadi

Nearsighted? farsighted? pragmatic? idealistic? "Charting a Course for the 21st Century": the National Library of Medicine's long-range plan, 2006–2016

Gail Yokote
2008 Journal of the Medical Library Association  
of new instructional technologies."  ...  (PSD) in January 1987 after concluding over 37 years of government service.  ...  Techniques presently being implemented and evaluated include digital capture and encoding of radiographs to improve the signal-to-noise ratio, and window techniques to provide high resolution images in  ... 
doi:10.3163/1536-5050.96.4.001 pmid:18974804 pmcid:PMC2568847 fatcat:z3vcumqjsbbwthmecc44vjcqhm

Topologies of agents interactions in knowledge intensive multi-agent systems for networked information services

Qiuming Zhu
2006 Advanced Engineering Informatics  
Some insights into the applicability for each of the topologies to different environment and domain specific applications are explored.  ...  Agents in a multi-agent system (mAS) could interact and cooperate in many different ways.  ...  for division of labor, conflict resolution, and (in the future) plan merging.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aei.2005.08.001 fatcat:dyog5dzkhnbetla5d4344fcc7m

First Successful Rescue of a Lost Person Using the Human Detection System: A Case Study from Beskid Niski (SE Poland)

Tomasz Niedzielski, Mirosława Jurecka, Bartłomiej Miziński, Wojciech Pawul, Tomasz Motyl
2021 Remote Sensing  
Although some algorithms are implemented in software to support search and rescue activities, no successful rescue case using automated human detectors has been reported on thus far in the scientific literature  ...  This paper presents a report from a search and rescue mission carried out by Bieszczady Mountain Rescue Service near the village of Cergowa in SE Poland, where a 65-year-old man was rescued after being  ...  In Poland, Mountain Rescue Services are legally responsible for search and rescue activities in mountainous terrains, while the police is the leading unit responsible for searching for lost persons in  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13234903 fatcat:rwp2d6paezd55nekpie4kfuky4

Vehicle-Life Interaction in Fog-Enabled Smart Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

Bushra Feroz, Amjad Mehmood, Hafsa Maryam, Sherali Zeadally, Carsten Maple, Munam Ali Shah
2021 IEEE Access  
The proposed protocol smartly connects with all the relevant entitles during the emergency while maintaining a smooth traffic flow for the arrival of the ambulance service.  ...  In addition, we also need to communicate promptly with other entities such as hospitals so that they can make appropriate arrangements and provide timely medical information to emergency personnel on the  ...  LOCATION-BASED SEARCH In [17] , the authors proposed an efficient location-based protocol for a client-server-based service which is derived from traces of Twitter.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3049110 fatcat:k2drhq2ijzeafgklx7auor46ze

White Paper on Research Data Service Discoverability

Costantino Thanos, Friederike Klan, Kyriakos Kritikos, Leonardo Candela
2016 Publications  
In the context of this White Paper, by RDSs are meant those data services that manipulate/transform research datasets for the purpose of gaining insight into complicated issues.  ...  In this White Paper, the main concepts involved in the discovery process of RDSs are defined; the RDS discovery process is illustrated; the main technologies that enable the discovery of RDSs are described  ...  This choice depends on the kind of search mechanism that shall be supported, e.g., automatic discovery, keyword search, faceted search over service types, or query by example) and whether service composition  ... 
doi:10.3390/publications5010001 fatcat:db6dd2eocvha5fklp7vhwepdby

A Primer on the Factories of the Future

Noble Anumbe, Clint Saidy, Ramy Harik
2022 Sensors  
The Factory of the Future constitutes a creative convergence of multiple technologies, techniques, and capabilities that represent a significant change in current production capabilities, models, and practices  ...  Due to a lack of consensus on general nomenclature, the term Factory of the Future (or Future Factory) has been used in this paper as a collective euphemism for these paradigms.  ...  Acknowledgments: This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under grant number 2119654 and the South Carolina Research Authority.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s22155834 fatcat:4gbvuy2yorddfp4j35okzvmlye

Artificial Intelligence and Law

ANTONIO A. MARTINO
1994 International Journal of Law and Information Technology  
The techniques can be used for example to extract entities, uncover aspects of and relationships between entities, and discover events related to these entities.  ...  For finding corruption one could search for suspicious patterns in transactions between entities, e.g., clients and business partners.  ...  technology assisted eDiscovery activities.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ijlit/2.2.154 fatcat:ff7kwvvn3vcbblhlkf63oqntyu
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