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Connecting Fog and Cloud Computing

Erik Elmroth, Philipp Leitner, Stefan Schulte, Srikumar Venugopal
2017 IEEE Cloud Computing  
Fog computing provides a conceptual approach for virtualizing and orchestrating computing, networking, and storage resources to process data.  ...  Moreno-Vozmediano, Montero, Huedo, Llorente: "Cross-Site Virtual Network Provisioning in Cloud and Fog Computing" The final paper in the special issue explores the topic from a network perspective.  ...  This level of decentralization does not match the rather centralized structure of the cloud with its very large data centers.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcc.2017.29 fatcat:3cl5i566aba7nkgmexsqeihnyi

Open access and scholarly publishing in Latin America: ten flavours and a few reflections | Acesso livre e publicação acadêmica na América Latina: dez sabores e algumas reflexões

Juan Pablo Alperin, Gustavo Fischman, John Willinsky
2008 Liinc em Revista  
OA Hermes http://oa-hermes.unam.mx/oa- hermes.html Cooperative Member institutions (e.g., libraries, scholarly associations) contribute to support of open access journals and development of publishing  ...  One such example is OA-Hermes, based out of the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) .  ... 
doi:10.18225/liinc.v4i2.269 fatcat:wccssvtsmjgdpoppw2qp4oqyhm

State of the Field: Digital History

C. ANNEMIEKE ROMEIN, MAX KEMMAN, JULIE M. BIRKHOLZ, JAMES BAKER, MICHEL DE GRUIJTER, ALBERT MEROÑO‐PEÑUELA, THORSTEN RIES, RUBEN ROS, STEFANIA SCAGLIOLA
2020 History: The Journal of the Historical Association  
In the second section, we provide examples of how data is made more accessible through quantitative text and network analysis.  ...  We begin by discussing techniques in which data are generated and machine searchable, such as OCR/HTR, born-digital archives, computer vision, scholarly editions and linked data.  ...  ), consider multiple types of relations (multiplex networks), and explore the dynamics of these networks over multiple periods of time.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1468-229x.12969 fatcat:qd4ckexierhhtbt73csehhquge

PRME Working Group on Sustainability Mindset [chapter]

Isabel Rimanoczy, Ekaterina Ivanova
2021 Responsible Management Education  
Julia Hufnagel and in the United States, with a poem recited by Professor Michael Lees.  ...  Just a few hours later, a similar ceremony took place online in Europe and Africa, ending with a song performed by Dr.  ...  Others joined to explore factors of deep learning in Finland and the United States (Hermes & Rimanoczy, 2018) , and the use of art to prompt consciousness in the United States, Russia and Germany (Yang  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781003186311-27 fatcat:le55recg2ndw7ps4omabracsxi

The case of the writer, the academic and the magazine

Rosemary Williamson
2008 Text: Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs  
creative industries (see ARC Cultural Research Network 2007) .  ...  Generally, publications dedicated to Australian magazines fall into two broad categories: large-sized, easy-to-read and handsomely illustrated books that lend themselves to casual perusal; and scholarly  ... 
doi:10.52086/001c.31642 fatcat:4pz4mqcgavgutcke7rxydhqmxi

E-JOURNALS IN BUSINESS PLANNING FOR DIGITAL LIBRARIES [chapter]

Mel Collier, Hilde Van Kiel
2010 Business Planning for Digital Libraries  
A possibility being explored at Leuven University is combining the Swets ERM product which would provide a system pre-populated with subscription data and financial information together with the next generation  ...  Future of Consortia Consortia are active in exploring new publication models.  ... 
doi:10.2307/j.ctt9qdz2g.9 fatcat:s5sugamwnvfzbgcedv4q5v2i4q

The Development of Open Access Journal Publishing from 1993 to 2009

Mikael Laakso, Patrik Welling, Helena Bukvova, Linus Nyman, Bo-Christer Björk, Turid Hedlund, Marcelo Hermes-Lima
2011 PLoS ONE  
The existence of a ubiquitous and cheap worldwide communications network that increasingly makes documents easily and freely available will require a transformation of academic library collecting practice  ...  This network contains a large and growing amount of content. It is beginning to resemble Rushdie's Ocean of the Streams of Story.  ...  While some would argue that it is not a scholarly tool, Wikipedia is a good example of how openness and social productivity can be used to create a knowledge resource of high quality and with network scale  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0020961 pmid:21695139 pmcid:PMC3113847 fatcat:v3xovjtzd5aydino4s5oyp5kke

Résumés - Abstracts Hermès 61

2011 Hermès  
Does the use of Twitter and social networks sites during the Arab revolts in early 2011 amount to a revolution 2.0?  ...  that, in parallel, inspired people with courage and ideas after decades of slumber, galvanising them into action.  ...  Managing museums: an uneasy transition The world of museums has changed considerably in recent years, with concerns for tourist and economic development, or performance, largely overshadowing social and  ... 
doi:10.4267/2042/45534 fatcat:ffy4bl6nbvgkflzdkusuphozda

On the move: Twentieth anniversary editorial of the European Journal of Cultural Studies

Joke Hermes, Jaap Kooijman, Jo Littler, Helen Wood
2017 European Journal of Cultural Studies  
We do so with a festive issue that comes together with our first free open access top articles in three areas that readers have sought us out for: post-feminism; television beyond textual analysis; and  ...  The issue opens with freshly commissioned introductory essays to these three thematic areas by key authors in those fields.  ...  Britain; but did not exclude scholarly work from elsewhere.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1367549417733006 fatcat:p7nckq65czcjpi32gqnnrhzuiu

Designing Indigenous Language Revitalization

Mary Hermes, Megan Bang, Ananda Marin
2012 Harvard Educational Review  
, bang, and marin Designing Indigenous Language Revitalization hermes, bang, and marin  ...  Using retrospective analysis (diSessa & Cobb, 2004) , we explore questions of design as they pertain to the evolution of a community-based design process for language revitalization.  ...  These are as valid as, and analogous to, peer review or checking references in Western scholarly research (Archibald, 1990; Dance, Gutiérrez, & Hermes, 2010) . Framing the Ojibwemodaa!  ... 
doi:10.17763/haer.82.3.q8117w861241871j fatcat:hoeku277dzeyhlpk5nb44zddxu

Reading Popular Music Festivals through the Lens of Public Sphere

Devpriya Chakravarty
2017 Jurnal Komunikasi Malaysian Journal of Communication  
The core idea of Jürgen Habermas public sphere has to do with forming a public made of private individuals who participate in civic dialogue on issues of common interest.  ...  A public so formed generates public opinion through the formation of a communicative network.  ...  The technological bearings and with the fans deeming it more as a "way of life" (Audience Insights Group, 2015) than music make EDM all the more interesting a site to explore.  ... 
doi:10.17576/jkmjc-2017-3301-03 fatcat:od725262pfclfcsxhh5xjtqlhu

Mapping the Australian Networked Public Sphere

Axel Bruns, Jean Burgess, Tim Highfield, Lars Kirchhoff, Thomas Nicolai
2010 Social science computer review  
The paper also discusses the next stage of the project, which extends this approach to an examination of other social networks used by Australians, including Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr.  ...  Finally, we are able to examine these better-quality data by using both link network mapping and textual analysis tools, to produce both cumulative longer-term maps of interlinkages and themes, and specific  ...  Work based on the framework above has, to our knowledge, never been undertaken in conjunction with large-scale computer-assisted techniques.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0894439310382507 fatcat:ipcnui24xzcc3gvjhk5wtbuu3i

Abstracts

2005 International Conference on Computational Intelligence for Modelling, Control and Automation and International Conference on Intelligent Agents, Web Technologies and Internet Commerce (CIMCA-IAWTIC'06)  
Most are large. What is the number of small balls? What is the probability that a ball drawn at random is neither small nor large?  ...  Another example: A function, f, from reals to reals is described as: If X is small then Y is small; if X is medium then Y is large; if X is large then Y is small. What is the maximum of f?  ...  Additionally he is on the Editorial or Advisory Boards of a number of scholarly journals.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cimca.2005.1631435 fatcat:vwiscancinaopiioqazmo3eemy

Abstracts

2005 International Conference on Computational Intelligence for Modelling, Control and Automation and International Conference on Intelligent Agents, Web Technologies and Internet Commerce (CIMCA-IAWTIC'06)  
Most are large. What is the number of small balls? What is the probability that a ball drawn at random is neither small nor large?  ...  Another example: A function, f, from reals to reals is described as: If X is small then Y is small; if X is medium then Y is large; if X is large then Y is small. What is the maximum of f?  ...  Additionally he is on the Editorial or Advisory Boards of a number of scholarly journals.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cimca.2005.1631232 fatcat:tpc6yjyh75bxjggiwisugest3u

"Firm Outlines and Hard Muscles Immortalised": Ancient Statuary and E.P. Warren's "Uranian Ideal" [chapter]

Jen Grove
2019 Sculpture, Sexuality and History  
COnClusiOn This chapter set out to explore the way in which ancient statuaryacting as tangible objects to be engaged with in the present and as embodiments of a historical reality in the past-helped to  ...  could present an inaccurate image of ancient relationships between men and boys as a largely chaste and effeminated attachment.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-95840-8_8 fatcat:merkrpv23jfztp5gqhihi42iaq
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