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The resource space model (RSM) is a semantic data model based on orthogonal classification semantics for efficiently managing various resources in the future interconnection environment. ... This paper extends the RSM in theory by formalizing the resource space, investigating its characteristics from the perspective of set theory, defining the resource space schema and developing its normal ... Conclusions and future work This paper extends the theory of the Resource Space Model in the following aspects: (1) formally define the resource space from the perspective of set theory; (2) propose ...doi:10.1016/j.future.2004.09.016 fatcat:siuhiew77rdjtfbidqsjlktfci
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The Semantic Link Network model SLN and Resource Space Model RSM are semantic models proposed separately for effectively specifying and managing versatile resources across the Internet. ... This paper introduces the Resource Class Hierarchies into the SLN and investigates to cooperatively model with the RSM. ... Resource Space Model and Semantic Link Network Model A resource space is an n-dimensional space, denoted as RS(X 1 , X 2 , … , X n ) or just by name RS in simple  . ...doi:10.1007/11590354_94 fatcat:md6f3o4ubra7jftzzhcsimhgri
IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
We study the composition of models of individual enterprises into the model which represents the behaviour of an extended or a virtual enterprise. ... Modelling adopts a unifying business perspective upon a firm (a discrete parts manufacturer), its structure (available resources) and behaviour (activities which utilise resources). ... Figure 2 2 Model composition: the extended and the virtual enterprise. ...doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35390-6_16 fatcat:24gnffadzfgidokq3xvz5vvltm
Aiming to build more flexible Secure Spaces, this paper proposes an extended model for not only spatial entry control but also Ability-Based Expression Control according to how preferentially a virtual ... also any information resource is always protected from being accessed by its unauthorized visitors, and the model and architecture for space entry control and information access control based on their ... This section proposes an extended model of Ability-Based Expression Control according to how preferentially a virtual information resource should be outputted in a Secure Space where shared by visitors ...doi:10.1109/scis-isis.2012.6505240 dblp:conf/scisisis/Hattori12 fatcat:lwh3wbrqnbbvzmby4aateabbga
Mayhew’ further extended the DRAM model to account for multi-specialty modelling of patient flows over a geographical region with a model called DRAMOS (Disaggregated Resource Allocation Model Over Space ... Key words: deterministic modelling, multi-categorical resources, parameter estimation, simulation, health care INTRODUCTION This paper extends a mathematical model called DRAM (Disaggregated Resource Allocation ...doi:10.2307/2583014 fatcat:oqs7ghebsfb2ppc7hmye6sbgny
To fight the typical state space explosion problem a number of standard heuristics have to be used. ... The approach is to derive schedules by means of reachability analysis: with this technique the search mechanism of model checkers, in our case here Uppaal, is used to find feasible or optimal schedules ... In general, timed automata models have an infinite state space. ...doi:10.3182/20050703-6-cz-1902.01433 fatcat:vdfzkh6lbrhrzoayrcolbwruha
The Journal of the Operational Research Society
Mayhew’ further extended the DRAM model to account for multi-specialty modelling of patient flows over a geographical region with a model called DRAMOS (Disaggregated Resource Allocation Model Over Space ... Key words: deterministic modelling, multi-categorical resources, parameter estimation, simulation, health care INTRODUCTION This paper extends a mathematical model called DRAM (Disaggregated Resource Allocation ...
In this paper, we improve a recently proposed job scheduling algorithm using deep reinforcement learning and extend it to multiple server clusters. ... Our study reveals that deep reinforcement learning method has the potential to outperform traditional resource allocation algorithms in a variety of complicated environments. ... Second, we extend our model to work in a multi-resource multi-machine environment. This is achieved by adding channels in the output layer of the network to represent resources in different machines. ...arXiv:1711.07440v1 fatcat:dclchna7mvgydlqo63spvwyz6e
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
I am recently interested in developing streaming lower bounds by extending communication complexity results from the blackboard model to the one-way message passing model. ... This includes using small-space linear transformations into the Fourier domain to detect periodic patterns in input, and extending the "smooth histograms" framework, allowing the use of unbounded-stream ... I am recently interested in developing streaming lower bounds by extending communication complexity results from the blackboard model to the one-way message passing model. PUBLICATIONS M. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22935-0_14 fatcat:kq4nygmsfvcd7edbbdnaxye54a
This new teaching model covers basic technology, the equipment environment, content resources, application implementation and the digital cloud. ... in learning time and space, constraints in the teaching scale, and lack of immersive experience. ... The extension of teaching space in the new teaching model means that venues go far beyond traditional physical classrooms, extending across real physical spaces, public virtual spaces, global digital spaces ...doi:10.15354/sief.21.or057 fatcat:gwucztbmizh2tcju7juqdg4qvm
We addressed this novel problem in the context of Select-Project-Join queries by extending the execution space, cost model and search algorithm that are widely used in commercial DBMSS. ... If two resources closely track each other, they should be aggregated and modeled as a single resource. ...doi:10.1145/141484.130291 fatcat:h5g3wv5p3bgpdogtkq5xdmqpkm
We addressed this novel problem in the context of Select-Project-Join queries by extending the execution space, cost model and search algorithm that are widely used in commercial DBMSS. ... If two resources closely track each other, they should be aggregated and modeled as a single resource. ...doi:10.1145/130283.130291 dblp:conf/sigmod/GangulyHK92 fatcat:vqnpe5h6lbbnfdnmp3gbij5udm
Third, it is difficult to value the adequacy of a space to accommodate a resource. ... Though many resources remain in place, others move, but most models cannot plan trajectories of resources in highly dynamic environments. ...
We use stylized models to show how feedbacks between anthropogenic harvest regimes and resource availability drive transient dynamics. ... AbstractAs planetary boundaries loom, there is an urgent need to develop sustainable equilibriums between societies and the resources they consume, thereby avoiding regime shifts to undesired states. ... (when other parameter are fixed). a State space portrait showing when cases III and IV occur in the baseline model. b State space portrait showing when cases III and IV occur in the extended model. c ...doi:10.1038/s43247-021-00112-y fatcat:sk46z6qwjnhkxgvdu7sp743bzi
Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing
This work describes a semantic extension for a user-smart object interaction model based on the ECA paradigm (Event-Condition-Action). ... This semantic extension may significantly improve the management of smart spaces populated with numerous smart objects from mobile personal devices, as it facilitates the configuration of coherent ECA ... Semantic enhancing of the ECA-based architecture This work extends with semantic capabilities the ECA model based architecture for smart spaces presented in Section 3. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-28765-7_22 dblp:conf/dcai/IglesiasBBCC12 fatcat:ir5nwa627beoxg6sqnx23cqn7i
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