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Process Variability through Automated Late Selection of Fragments [chapter]

Aitor Murguzur, Goiuria Sagardui, Karmele Intxausti, Salvador Trujillo
2013 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
This paper presents the foundations of a novel approach for an end-to-end variability management of process models through late selection of fragments by means of: (i) managing process fragments separately  ...  The late selection pattern defers the selection of placeholder activities' implementations, binding applicable process fragments at runtime.  ...  Taking Late Selection pattern as a base, this paper introduces the LateVa approach (Late Variability of Process Models through Automated Selection of Fragments).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-38490-5_35 fatcat:oy2kmbyikvfjzjrirlkc7h3qea

Automated Feature Model-Based Generation of Refinement Transformations

Lucia Kapova, Thomas Goldschmidt
2009 2009 35th Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications  
Currently there is a lack of automated support for integrating these configuration decisions into the development process of refinement transformations.  ...  In this paper, we introduce a novel approach for automated feature model-based generation of refinement transformations.  ...  As we also want to allow the specification of variable values through feature configurations we additionally added a reference to the OperationCallExp from the OCL metamodel.  ... 
doi:10.1109/seaa.2009.67 dblp:conf/euromicro/KapovaG09 fatcat:4vjw3bv6vfajnfbt6gjqnicfpy


H. Shim, S. Chang, C. Tao, K. Kwoh, R. Boudreau, K.T. Bae
2008 Osteoarthritis and Cartilage  
Multiple test comparisons were adjusted for through use of false discovery rate methods, a = 0.1.  ...  These algorithms were used to reduce the number of biomarkers included in the final model by including significant or removing non-significant variables from the model.  ...  MMPrelated fragments (342-G2) were detected in the late stage, i.e. after day 15.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1063-4584(08)60148-x fatcat:rwrlfhnq6feuddmto66nkkuwdi


B. Wang, A-C. Bay-Jensen, P. Chen, M.A. Karsdal, B. Li, G. Thomsen, Q. Zheng, P. Qvist
2008 Osteoarthritis and Cartilage  
Multiple test comparisons were adjusted for through use of false discovery rate methods, a = 0.1.  ...  These algorithms were used to reduce the number of biomarkers included in the final model by including significant or removing non-significant variables from the model.  ...  MMPrelated fragments (342-G2) were detected in the late stage, i.e. after day 15.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1063-4584(08)60149-1 fatcat:7dd5l77ksrd3lpgdylhnkfguui


O. Nemirovskiy, R. Buck, T. Sunyer, M. Abrams, P. Aggarwal, D. Dufield, M. Radabaugh, W. Mathews, M-P. Hellio Le Graverand
2008 Osteoarthritis and Cartilage  
MMPrelated fragments (342-G2) were detected in the late stage, i.e. after day 15.  ...  Interestingly, aggrecan fragments containing the NITEGE 373 neoepitope were released through a different pattern compared to the other aggrecanase-mediated aggrecan fragments, as a major part of the NITEGE  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1063-4584(08)60147-8 fatcat:73jzmsalgjethevdv5sgtehupe

Service-Oriented Dynamic Software Product Lines

Luciano Baresi, Sam Guinea, Liliana Pasquale
2012 Computer  
The proposal has been validated through a simple scenario in the context of smart homes. Obtained results are promising and interesting.  ...  This shift has imposed dynamic software product lines (DSPL) to support late variability in systems that need to cope with changes at runtime.  ...  ., BPEL fragments), ranging from additional variables and partner links, to groups of activities of any given complexity.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2012.289 fatcat:runm7juwyrfhbctudr5tkkdusu

Activity patterns of Hawaiian forest birds in a fragmented and continuous landscape

Jennifer R. Smetzer, Kristina L. Paxton, Patrick J. Hart, Eben H. Paxton
2022 Journal of Avian Biology  
This study reveals how a diverse suite of tropical birds has adapted to long-term fragmentation in Hawaiʻi and demonstrates the utility of automated radio telemetry for studying the activity strategies  ...  Despite the importance of activity patterns, individual variability in activity is poorly studied in small birds.  ...  This work would not be possible without the many University of Hawaiʻi Hilo undergraduate and graduate students and U.S.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jav.02905 fatcat:hzz3hdlsm5ei7kjijclmvknrfu

Towards Context-Aware Process Guidance in Cyber-Physical Systems with Augmented Reality

Klaus Kammerer, Rudiger Pryss, Kevin Sommer, Manfred Reichert
2018 2018 4th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Self-Adaptive, Collaborative, and Cyber Physical Systems (RESACS)  
Amongst others, a process-centric guidance of users (e.g. service operators) is required, taking the high variability in the assembly of cyberphysical systems (e.g. press line variability) into account  ...  For evaluation purposes, we analyzed the cyber-physical processes of pharmaceutical packaging machines and implemented selected ones based on the approach.  ...  midst of their execution [9] , the late selection of subprocesses during the execution of a superordinate process [18] , and the late composition of process-centric services [19] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/resacs.2018.00013 dblp:conf/re/KammererPSR18 fatcat:gddv4qfbz5exjmmwscpc67npdy

Requirements and Tools for Variability Management

Marco Aiello, Pavel Bulanov, Heerko Groefsema
2010 2010 IEEE 34th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference Workshops  
Insert Process Fragment, (b) Delete Process Fragment, (c) Move Process Fragment, (d) Replace Process Fragment, (e) Swap Process Fragment, (f) Copy Process Fragment, (g) Extract Sub-process, (h) Inline  ...  A cross-cutting element of variability management is the evolution that generic processes go through.  ... 
doi:10.1109/compsacw.2010.50 dblp:conf/compsac/AielloBG10 fatcat:75zwkesb4vatngy52hmi2yd3ky

A brave new world for archaeological survey: Automated machine learning-based potsherd detection using high-resolution drone imagery

H.A. Orengo, A. Garcia-Molsosa
2019 Journal of Archaeological Science  
The most common type of pedestrian surface survey consists of fieldwalking relatively large tracts of land, recording the dispersion of items of material culture, predominantly pottery fragments, by teams  ...  This paper presents the first proof of concept for the automated recording of material culture dispersion across large areas using high resolution drone imagery, photogrammetry and a combination of machine  ...  We would also like to thank the directors of APAX, Dr K. Kallintzi, Dr E. Kefalidou and Dr M.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jas.2019.105013 fatcat:rpuvfth5kbeu5nesgv2gv5p33i

Digitalization and the geographies of production: Towards reshoring or global fragmentation?

Florian Butollo
2020 Competition & Change  
This contribution discusses how digitalization affects the variables that determine the localization of manufacturing, i.e. the substitution of work through automation, the deepening of the customer-producer  ...  The results of the theoretical exploration defy expectations of a straightforward 'reshoring' of production through the combined effects of automation and benefits through a co-localization of companies  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank the editors of this special issue and two anonymous reviewers who provided valuable comments that helped to improve this contribution.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1024529420918160 fatcat:zvozuvyj2bc6rilwik6lapxp7a

An Automated Procedure for Evaluating Song Imitation

Yael Mandelblat-Cerf, Michale S. Fee, Johan J. Bolhuis
2014 PLoS ONE  
underlying this process.  ...  Here we present a method for the evaluation of song imitation that incorporates two innovations: First, an automated procedure for selecting pupil song segments, and, second, a new algorithm, implemented  ...  We thank Sigal Saar for contributing the Matlab implementation of acoustic feature extraction used by SAP.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0096484 pmid:24809510 pmcid:PMC4014513 fatcat:g5klwu7mevgkxa6nm7l5ygmhky

A Service-Based Framework for Flexible Business Processes

Danilo Ardagna, Luciano Baresi, Sara Comai, Marco Comuzzi, Barbara Pernici
2011 IEEE Software  
A framework for the design and enactment of exible and adaptive business processes combines design-time and runtime mechanisms to offer a single integrated solution. //  ...  The tool also translates the fragments of the BPMN process that correspond to automated activities into BPEL (Business Process Execution Language) processes for their execution.  ...  The invocation of concrete Web services is obtained by implementing a late binding mechanism through wrappers. 3 Process monitoring uses supervision rules to assess process executions and trigger adaptation  ... 
doi:10.1109/ms.2011.28 fatcat:h3izb2u32rczrkzykjwno5ckbq

Image and Signal Processing

C.A. Kulikowski
1999 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
There are considerable difficulties in detecting very faint, fragmented, and delayed high frequency ECG signal components (late potentials) in patients with sustained ventricular tachychardia.  ...  The first two papers also reinforce a commmon theme that is becoming increasingly important for the practical, automated application of image processing in patient care: the registration of multiple image  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0038-1637933 fatcat:x6jrk3panzgkpcw4iizeuhg7i4

An introduction to DARC technology

Syed Shoeb Ahmad
2017 Saudi Journal of Ophthalmology  
The common denominator in all types of glaucomas is retinal ganglion cell death through apoptosis. However, this cellular demise in glaucoma is detected late by structural or functional analyses.  ...  This technique is capable of non-invasive, real-time visualization of apoptotic changes at the cellular level.  ...  The fluoprobe bound RGCs are then counted by manual, semi-automated or automated techniques.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sjopt.2016.08.001 pmid:28337061 pmcid:PMC5352956 fatcat:ha5re4ybg5hi3k32d2z455ygci
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