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Geometric hashing: an overview

H.J. Wolfson, I. Rigoutsos
1997 IEEE Computational Science & Engineering  
Matching is possible even when the recognizable database objects have undergone transformations or when only partial information is present.  ...  Geometric hashing, a technique originally developed in computer vision for matching geometric features against a database of such features, finds use in a number of other areas.  ...  For rigid and similarity transformations, the symmetries are with respect to a point: For every entry of the form (µ, (µ 1 , µ 2 )) at location (u, v) of the hash table, there will be an entry (µ, (µ 2  ... 
doi:10.1109/99.641604 fatcat:f4qwvhy4tvalddxyfjdeu7cfkm

Resource-Based Scripting to Stitch Distributed Components [chapter]

Jean-Marc Andreoli, Damián Arregui, François Pacull, Jutta Willamowski
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper proposes the Resource-Based Programming paradigm as support for the design, implementation, debugging and tuning of distributed applications.  ...  In this paper, we describe the benefits deriving from such a paradigm both from a theoritical and from a practical point of view.  ...  At this point, the programming paradigms for distributed applications started to differ in essential ways from the traditional ones.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45785-2_34 fatcat:l5kc7rii4bfklh72ny7edm7dwu

VISUAL QUERYING BY COLOR PERCEPTIVE REGIONS

A. DEL BIMBO, M. MUGNAINI, P. PALA, F. TURCO
1998 Pattern Recognition  
In the following we present the PICASSO system, which supports image indexing and retrieval based on colors. The system exploits a pyramidal representation of images.  ...  In color image databases, this requires to support image retrieval by both global and local chromatic features.  ...  An application of the PICASSO system to a sample database of paintings has been presented. Performance has been analyzed in terms of system precision and recall for different types of queries.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0031-3203(97)00164-7 fatcat:vn7amxsvprdmlf6rt4tigwhv3e

Designing a distributed management framework—An implementer's perspective [chapter]

M. Flauw, P. Jardin
1995 Integrated Network Management IV  
The direction of such solutions is clearly indicated by the ITU-T TMN architectural framework which is fundamentally based on an Object Oriented paradigm.  ...  It discusses the perceived requirements and trade-offs that have to be faced in the design of a distributed framework.  ...  A VERY FLEXIBLE APPROACH-SOME SCENARII In summary, TeMIP fully exploits the benefits of object-orientation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34890-2_43 fatcat:cvtvu6vqfnchvlfxx47qae26z4

Experiences With the OSF Distributed Computing Environment [chapter]

John Dilley
1995 Open Distributed Processing  
As a result of the prototype effort we built a set of DCE services to improve the usability and utility of DCE, including an object-oriented programming system, an event notification service, and a name  ...  space browser/editor for the DCE directory service.  ...  Thanks also to the pioneering members of the original"Exploitation ofDCE" prototype team, and especially to the team that made HP's DCE into a viable distributed computing platform.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34882-7_36 fatcat:xja5ldhus5dbbdmdjyy5dpetia

Energy-Efficient In-Memory Database Computing

Wolfgang Lehner
2013 Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference & Exhibition (DATE), 2013  
drivers for database research in the years to come.  ...  Within the last few years, the database community sparked a large number of extremely innovative research projects to push the envelope in the context of modern database system architectures.  ...  Moving more and more services into cloud-like infrastructure with elasticity as one of the main driver, database systems have to learn how to act following the "as-a-service" paradigm.  ... 
doi:10.7873/date.2013.105 dblp:conf/date/Lehner13 fatcat:bo6yc73o65gbfmtaeanlh726wq

Psychic Distance and FDI: The Case of China [chapter]

Katiuscia Vaccarini, Francesca Spigarelli, Ernesto Tavoletti, Christoph Lattemann
2017 Cultural Distance in International Ventures  
are fully exploited  ...  This study provides useful insights and practical implications for international scholars regarding a more comprehensive review of PD, for managers in terms of raising awareness on PD and of the foreign  ...  Guisinger (2001) elaborates an evolved eclectic paradigm by replacing the "I" factor, which stands for "internationalization", with "M" for the "entry mode", shedding light on the distinction between  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-62193-7_2 fatcat:7xqzp6gqjvhsvpatjwfsqy4c3e

Multi-dimensional Index on Hadoop Distributed File System

Haojun Liao, Jizhong Han, Jinyun Fang
2010 2010 IEEE Fifth International Conference on Networking, Architecture, and Storage  
performance towards the common query types (e.g., point query, range query) on Hadoop distributed file system (HDFS).  ...  The query response time for data sets that are stored in HDFS can be significantly reduced by avoiding exhaustive search on the corresponding data sets in the presence of index structures.  ...  Query point q locates between lower-left corner of object c and d, and therefore only a, b, and c need to be examined in order to get objects that satisfy the point query. E.  ... 
doi:10.1109/nas.2010.44 dblp:conf/nas/LiaoHF10 fatcat:mtq7lbmwdbf7bduzgfou2yskdi

Fast Cell Discovery in mm-wave 5G Networks with Context Information [article]

Ilario Filippini, Vincenzo Sciancalepore, Francesco Devoti, Antonio Capone
2017 arXiv   pre-print
The exploitation of mm-wave bands is one of the key-enabler for 5G mobile radio networks.  ...  We also cope with obstacle obstructions in the cell area and propose an approach based on a geo-located context database where information gathered over time is stored to guide future searches.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The research leading to these results has been partially supported by the EU 7th Framework Program (FP7-ICT-2013-EU-Japan) under grant agreement number 608637 (Mi-WEBA).  ... 
arXiv:1705.07291v1 fatcat:dzdyica75rgwdl35imf3dpv5fe

Message-oriented middleware for smart grids

Michele Albano, Luis Lino Ferreira, Luís Miguel Pinho, Abdel Rahman Alkhawaja
2015 Computer Standards & Interfaces  
The paper analyzes existing messaging bus paradigms that can be used as a basis for the ICT infrastructure of a smart grid and discusses how these can satisfy smart grids' requirements.  ...  The paper analyzes existing messaging bus paradigms that can be used as a basis for the ICT infrastructure of a smart grid and discusses how these can satisfy smart grids' requirements.  ...  An Object-Oriented/Component Middleware (OOCM) is based on object-oriented programming models and supports distributed object request.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.csi.2014.08.002 fatcat:zqwkccb5fzgvfg46bf2obulk4e

Semantic-Based RFID Data Management [chapter]

Roberto De Virgilio, Eugenio Di Sciascio, Michele Ruta, Floriano Scioscia, Riccardo Torlone
2010 Unique Radio Innovation for the 21st Century  
On the other hand, facing on data management issues, a proposal is formulated for an effective off-line multidimensional analysis of huge amounts of RFID data generated and stored along the supply chain  ...  A semanticbased environment, where tagged objects become resources exposing to an RFID reader not a trivial identification code but a semantic annotation, enables tagged objects to describe themselves  ...  For instance, in OBSERVATION table, the column LOCATION is exploited as range (see Figure 4 ).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03462-6_6 fatcat:kqvytoysi5azzfkwae4brnfzau

Campus-Wide Computing : Early Results Using Legion At the University of Virginia

Andrew S. Grimshaw, Anh Nguyen-Tuong, Michael J. Lewis, Mark Hyett
1997 The International Journal of Supercomputer Applications and High Performance Computing  
The CWVC extends an existing object-oriented parallel processing system by aggressively incorporating lessons learned in the last twenty years of heterogeneous distributed computing.  ...  The Legion project at the University of Virginia is an architecture for designing and building system services that provide the illusion of a single virtual machine to users, a virtual machine that provides  ...  Legion is the metasystem software being used in the DARPA funded Distributed Object Computation Testbed project, a collaborative effort between SDSC, NCSA, SAIC, and the University of Virginia.  ... 
doi:10.1177/109434209701100206 fatcat:yujjsnfynbgrdo2epxvhg3v2hi

Upon a Message-Oriented Trading API

Claudiu VINTE
2010 Informatică economică  
In this paper, we introduce the premises for a trading system application-programming interface (API) based on a message-oriented middleware (MOM), and present the results of our research regarding the  ...  design and the implementation of a simulation-trading system employing a service-oriented architecture (SOA) and messaging.  ...  The intention and the format of this paper do not afford us the necessary space to go into all the details of this message-oriented trading API.  ... 
doaj:5fbd68fce1e74b5b93c81c62c35b5414 fatcat:pejozbdwpnfmbb3ojl4egzwm6e

Portable run-time support for dynamic object-oriented parallel processing

Andrew S. Grimshaw, Jon B. Weissman, W. Timothy Strayer
1996 ACM Transactions on Computer Systems  
parallel processing system designed to simplify the task of Mentat is an object-oriented writing portable parallt,l programs for parallel machines and workstation networks.  ...  on a component-by-component basis for two platforms, a Sun SparcStation 2 and an Intel Paragon; and an analysis of the minimum granularity required for application programs to overcome the run-time overhead  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research was performed in part using the Intel Gamma and Paragon operated by Caltech on behalf of the Concurrent Supercomputing Consortium.  ... 
doi:10.1145/227695.227696 fatcat:mrn7ek22hvgitckhgjnp5zk56e

Ontology-based data integration in EPNet: Production and distribution of food during the Roman Empire

Diego Calvanese, Pietro Liuzzo, Alessandro Mosca, José Remesal, Martin Rezk, Guillem Rull
2016 Engineering applications of artificial intelligence  
This paper introduces a framework that eases the access of scholars to historical and cultural data about food production and commercial trade system during the Roman Empire, distributed across different  ...  The proposed approach relies on the Ontology-Based Data Access (OBDA) paradigm, where the different datasets are virtually integrated by a conceptual layer (an ontology) that provides to the user a clear  ...  Acknowledgements This research has been partially supported by the EU ERC Advanced Grant EPNet (Production and distribution of food during the Roman Empire: Economics and Political Dynamics, grant agreement  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.engappai.2016.01.005 fatcat:4w47hmpgm5e6hi7q6bu7vwfktq
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