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Smart Education: A Proposed IoT based Interoperable Architecture to Make Real Time Decisions in Higher Education

Simmi Chawla, Dr. Parul Tomar, Dr. Sapna Gambhir
2021 Revista GEINTEC  
We additionally describe the feasible challenges and want for transforming the training area. despite the fact that IoT brings fantastic adjustments in adapting this revolution to the better education  ...  system, with the development of smart technologies in education system it lies in three factors: a) scholar's progressive tracking and evaluation b) integration of IoT technology in cutting-edge teaching  ...  The IoT in e-studying bring awesome challenges together with requirements, reusability, interoperability, version, and so forth. and possibilities to academic institutions. higher schooling institutions  ... 
doi:10.47059/revistageintec.v11i4.2589 fatcat:nx7lzk6sobbivmbyusku2347ni

SERVICES, SEMANTICS, AND STANDARDS: ELEMENTS OF A LEARNING GRID INFRASTRUCTURE

Colin Allison, Stefano A. Cerri, Pierluigi Ritrovato, Angelo Gaeta, Matteo Gaeta
2005 Applied Artificial Intelligence  
We outline the characteristics and pedagogical goals of a learning paradigm that is used to drive the technical requirements, rather than being constrained by what is easily achieved in XHTML.  ...  There has been considerable political pressure, and much hope invested in, the use of Communication and Information Technologies to provide wider access to education, while improving quality and reducing  ...  The Semantic Grid brings together Grid and Semantic Web technologies 7 .  ... 
doi:10.1080/08839510500234271 fatcat:oyvf27ljarhrtawdre2p2teycq

Survey and Analysis of Production Distributed Computing Infrastructures

Daniel S. Katz, Jon Weissman, Shantenu Jha, Omer Rana, Manish Parashar
2012 Figshare  
First, we describe a set of the production distributed infrastructures currently available, so that the reader has a basic understanding of them.  ...  These usage modalities are really abstractions that exist between the infrastructures and the applications; they influence the infrastructures by representing the applications, and they influence the ap  ...  EDG's main role was to prototype the technologies needed to build a European grid infrastructure and to bring together the groups providing the resources, constituting the user community, and building  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.94265.v1 fatcat:dd2q2dkj3nculd45ddwgnwbwa4

Survey and Analysis of Production Distributed Computing Infrastructures [article]

Daniel S. Katz, Shantenu Jha, Manish Parashar, Omer Rana, Jon Weissman
2012 arXiv   pre-print
First, we describe a set of the production distributed infrastructures currently available, so that the reader has a basic understanding of them.  ...  These usage modalities are really abstractions that exist between the infrastructures and the applications; they influence the infrastructures by representing the applications, and they influence the ap  ...  EDG's main role was to prototype the technologies needed to build a European grid infrastructure and to bring together the groups providing the resources, constituting the user community, and building  ... 
arXiv:1208.2649v1 fatcat:goz6g7zkj5apzbwt4qvfrnbnlu

CLPL: Providing software infrastructure for the systematic and effective construction of complex collaborative learning systems

Santi Caballé, Fatos Xhafa
2010 Journal of Systems and Software  
As a result, high customization and flexibility are a must in this context, meaning that collaborative learning practices need to be continuously adapted, adjusted, and personalized to each specific target  ...  newly CSCL tools, which are modular, flexible, interoperable and maintainable, and a fast adaptation of existing applications to newly learning and teaching requirements (Caballé et al., 2004) .  ...  collaborative learning, e-learning, software and systems education.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jss.2010.06.013 fatcat:pfusvamaavcw7debn2gflera4q

Re-integrating scholarly infrastructure: The ambiguous role of data sharing platforms

Jean-Christophe Plantin, Carl Lagoze, Paul N Edwards
2018 Big Data & Society  
We argue that such platforms are displacing and reconfiguring the infrastructure of norms, technologies, and institutions that underlies traditional scholarly communication.  ...  Using a theoretical framework that combines infrastructure studies with platform studies, we show that Figshare leverages the platform logic of core and complementary components to re-integrate a presently  ...  In opposition, Mattern (2014) defends a conception of ''library as infrastructure,'' with priority to combining and sustaining the multiple aspects-physical, technological, intellectual, and social-of  ... 
doi:10.1177/2053951718756683 fatcat:zmil27v3qfa73mg5ll4ol3q6we

Geospatial Cyberinfrastructure: Past, present and future

Chaowei Yang, Robert Raskin, Michael Goodchild, Mark Gahegan
2010 Computers, Environment and Urban Systems  
A Cyberinfrastructure (CI) is a combination of data resources, network protocols, computing platforms, and computational services that brings people, information, and computational tools together to perform  ...  This paper reviews the research, development, education, and other efforts that have contributed to building GCI in terms of its history, objectives, architecture, supporting technologies, functions, application  ...  Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge the support of a variety of GCI projects: a NASA interoperability project NNX07AD99G, an FGDC NSDI portal project G09AC00103, and a NASA HPC project SMD-08-0768  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2010.04.001 fatcat:lntkczb3yrghjaoyn7cp6uudfu

An IoT Smart Infrastructure for S. Domenico Church in Matera's "Sassi'': A Multiscale Perspective to Built Heritage Conservation

Antonella Lerario, Antonietta Varasano
2020 Sustainability  
To this end, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have delivered a crucial support mainly in terms of public attraction and creation of new cultural offers.  ...  The article introduces the case study and its delicate environment, and the technological background of heritage monitoring solutions; the proposed IoT infrastructure is then described, discussing its  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of Salvatore Capotorto, Maria Lepore and Marina Zonno (ITC-CNR) in performing the laser scanning survey of the building.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12166553 fatcat:ngizzlmmaze6feaimzea66m27y

CyberGIS - Toward synergistic advancement of cyberinfrastructure and GIScience: A workshop summary

Shaowen Wang, Nancy R. Wilkins-Diehr, Timothy L. Nyerges
2012 Journal of Spatial Information Science  
scientific domains were brought together for a participatory meeting composed of both small-and large-group settings and to discuss the CyberGIS road map.  ...  Over the one and one-half day workshop, a multidisciplinary group of experts from the international communities of cyberinfrastructure, GIScience, spatial analysis and modeling, and several other related  ...  Acknowledgments We thank all of the workshop participants, and our many colleagues in the NSF TeraGrid Project and the University Consortium for Geographic Information Science for insightful discussions  ... 
doi:10.5311/josis.2012.4.83 fatcat:mxytclfoizh2zpbdx7ouxkfdri

Phenomenal Report On Mapping Of E-Infrastructures, Users, Investments For Supporting Policy Developments In The Field Of Metabolomics, Biomarkers And Biobanks - D2.1

PhenoMeNal Consortium
2016 Zenodo  
This initial deliverable reports the mapping of all ESFRIs and e-infrastructures that are relevant to PhenoMeNal including academic and industrial users.  ...  In particular, PhenoMeNal aims to develop a set of interacting compute, data and gateway virtual machine images and the middleware to integrate them into a coherent e-Infrastructure with data access control  ...  technologies for European researchers and it could play a crucial role in the interoperability of imaging and metabolomics.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.832249 fatcat:r6ikwjkrmzdxtcvwvfrbqlpno4

The AmI Classroom from a Technological Perspective

Matthew Montebello, University of Malta
2018 International Journal of Learning and Teaching  
The article investigates how technology-enhanced learning embellishes higher education, as we present and discuss a number of requirements that every technological aspect within the middleware is required  ...  We employ these guidelines and best practices within a threedimensional model based on a social, educational and technological aspect, that collectively contribute to the successful implementation of our  ...  This theoretical framework brings together a number of AmI components that can be applied to education that closely relate to the framework proposed in this article.  ... 
doi:10.18178/ijlt.4.4.350-355 fatcat:kegpek336ndy5lmqx2743fseqa

A Comparative Taxonomy and Survey of Public Cloud Infrastructure Vendors [article]

Dimitrios Sikeridis, Ioannis Papapanagiotou, Bhaskar Prasad Rimal, Michael Devetsikiotis
2018 arXiv   pre-print
We provide a taxonomy of their services and sub-services that designates major service families namely computing, storage, databases, analytics, data pipelines, machine learning, and networking.  ...  While we acknowledge the fact that this is a dynamic industry, where new services arise constantly, and old ones experience important updates, this study paints a solid image of the current offerings and  ...  and interoperability.  ... 
arXiv:1710.01476v2 fatcat:qra5ebnvejcsle5mpfbossxhtm

A Preliminary User Evaluation of an Infrastructure to Support Activity-Based Computing in Global Software Development (ABC4GSD)

Paolo Tell, Muhammad Ali Babar, John Grundy
2013 2013 IEEE 8th International Conference on Global Software Engineering  
We have developed a middleware and support tool, ABC4GSD, to enable collaborative distributed features in an application, while maintaining common interactions with the workstation that users are accustomed  ...  A vast majority of the available tool support for distributed collaboration is deep-seated in a desktop metaphor introduced in the '70s, and huge efforts are being devoted to overcome its known limitations  ...  We also thank the IT support team of Swinburne University of Technology for helping in deploying the infrastructure.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icgse.2013.20 dblp:conf/icgse/TellBG13 fatcat:5b4d2lnhkrc6ndidlse4uvfzey

Towards Institutional Infrastructures for e-Science: The Scope of the Challenge

Paul A. David, Michael J. Spence
2003 Social Science Research Network  
A community-centric virtual lab seeks to bring researchers together for collaboration.  ...  Assume that two parties to a collaboration bring material together for a database in the health care sector.  ...  CLEF Introduction The Globus Project and Globus Toolkit and are the hardware and software pillars, respectively, on which the technological infrastructure of e-Science rests.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1325240 fatcat:a4bogiz2wbf7lggq5ijwonshua

Initial Model of Indonesian e-Government Grid Services Topology

Ummi A. Rachmawati, Dana I. Sensuse, Heru Suhartanto
2012 Journal of clean energy technologies  
Grid-based services for interoperability (e-Government Grid) could be a solution for resource sharing and interoperability of e-Gov systems.  ...  Interoperability is a key issue in implementing an e-Government system.  ...  Grid middleware is used to bring a various number of resources of grid computing.  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijcte.2012.v4.551 fatcat:444skkkxmra2dfnoga3dowcpva
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