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Rafik Henia, Laurent Rioux, Nicolas Sordon
2013 ACM SIGBED Review  
The growing complexity of applications, combined with constant quality and time-to-market constraints, creates new challenges for performance engineering practices in the area of real-time embedded systems  ...  Thus, a reliable performance prediction at early design stages is essential to guarantee that the designed system meets its timing requirements before time and resources are invested for the system implementation  ...  Figure 1 Performance Viewpoint for MyCCM design At Thales, we are developing a performance Viewpoint, called TEMPO, for the integration and application of performance engineering activities as early as  ... 
doi:10.1145/2518148.2518150 fatcat:f3gbmhljpre2ve3p2uzs73i5om

THE ADELE-TEMPO experience : an environment to support process modeling and enaction [article]

Noureddine Belkhatir, Jacky Estublier, Walcelio Melo
2020 arXiv   pre-print
ADL-Tempo is organized around the concepts of software product, Work Environment and software process.  ...  , Tempo, an enactable formalism based on two major concepts: objects may have a different description (role) depending on the process in which they are used, and processes are synchronized and coordinated  ...  For these reasons and to overcome these drawbacks, we designed a formalism named, TEMPO, on top of the Adele system for the management of software activities [Belkhatir et al., 1993] .  ... 
arXiv:2005.10734v1 fatcat:m5zygyrudjdq5ogyd2utgy4tpq

Pervasive Intelligence: The Tempo-Spatiality of Drone Swarms

Sebastian Vehlken, Mediarep, Philipps Universität Marburg
2020 Digital Culture & Society  
it considers possible consequences of a widespread use of SR with a focus on swarms of Unmanned Aerial Systems (Swarm UAS).  ...  changing environments to representations of these environments as distributed 4D-sensor systems.  ...  of digital data and abundant computing power, SI could be entitled an intelligence for motion and coordination, developing in real-time.  ... 
doi:10.25969/mediarep/13528 fatcat:2gdkhnwlgrddxdfag7cjo5mqhm

Diversity and development: Tempo and mode of evolutionary processes

Halina Kwasnicka, Witold Kwasnicki
1986 Technological forecasting & social change  
Thc model consists only of the main feanues of evolutionary processes aod has been worked out f a a special purpose: to show how thc tempo and mode of evolutionary processes depend on the population diversity  ...  In the substitution p h w thc new basic improvement supeffcdes thc old type and the system goes to a new quasi-equilibrium phase.  ...  An important polnt to note, however. is that the stabilit) may not be concerned with preserving the measure of some component of the system at a constant value. as in homeostat~c systems.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0040-1625(86)90044-2 fatcat:kjhblknh2bgplagt4v7z2l766q

Tempo rubato: Animacy speeds up time in the brain

M. Carrozzo, A. Moscatelli, F. Lacquaniti
2011 Journal of Vision  
Conclusions/Significance: The existence of distinct time bases for animate and inanimate events might be related to the partial segregation of the neural networks processing these two categories of objects  ...  Here we provide evidence for a critical specialization: animate and inanimate events are separately timed by humans.  ...  Elena Daprati, Emiliano Macaluso, Concetta Morrone, Paolo Viviani, and Myrka Zago for comments on earlier versions of this work. Author Contributions  ... 
doi:10.1167/11.11.1228 fatcat:s7ovdrg4hjf7xfv36rk4oinc44

Tempo Rubato : Animacy Speeds Up Time in the Brain

Mauro Carrozzo, Alessandro Moscatelli, Francesco Lacquaniti, Manos Tsakiris
2010 PLoS ONE  
Conclusions/Significance: The existence of distinct time bases for animate and inanimate events might be related to the partial segregation of the neural networks processing these two categories of objects  ...  Here we provide evidence for a critical specialization: animate and inanimate events are separately timed by humans.  ...  Elena Daprati, Emiliano Macaluso, Concetta Morrone, Paolo Viviani, and Myrka Zago for comments on earlier versions of this work. Author Contributions  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0015638 pmid:21206749 pmcid:PMC3012081 fatcat:a3zbpce74bbhdolmovx2hhcacm

Toward automatic extraction of expressive elements from motion pictures: tempo

B. Adams, C. Dorai, S. Venkatesh
2002 IEEE transactions on multimedia  
Tempo flow plots are defined and derived for a number of full-length movies and edge analysis is performed leading to the extraction of dramatic story sections and events signaled by their unique tempo  ...  The results confirm tempo as a useful high-level semantic construct in its own right and a promising component of others such as rhythm, tone or mood of a film.  ...  Computationally, the desirable trait of real-time execution could be realized with the addition of statistical heuristics and iterative summary approximation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmm.2002.802016 fatcat:fgw2pqiyzza5roqao34lubtwm4

The price of knowledge

Nico Stehr, Marian Adolf
2018 Tempo Social  
Tomando por base um conceito sociológico de conhecimento, discutiremos as perspectivas econômica, social, política e jurídica que podem nos conduzir à noção de preço do conhecimento.  ...  component of human wealth for most countries in the modern world.  ...  The dollar amounts reported for the impact of cognitive performance of life time income are as follows: "A 0.1 standard deviation increase in afqt is associated with a rise of 2.15 percent, or $11,846,  ... 
doi:10.11606/0103-2070.ts.2018.137735 fatcat:m7gz4jvwmrfgfbmapqqvoiique

The perception of time relations in auditory tempo discrimination

Stewart H. Hulse, Curtis L. Kline
1993 Animal Learning and Behavior  
The results showed that the starlings generated psychometric functions for tempo with properties much like those found for discrimination of single time intervals.  ...  European starlings (Sturn us vulgaris) were trained to discriminate between pulses of sound presented at rates (tempos), for different birds, of 4/sec and 8/sec or 8/sec and 16/sec in a twoalternative  ...  The stimuli consisted of repetitions of IO-msec pulses of a IOOO-Hz sine tone generated in real time from a wave table in computer software.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03197992 fatcat:ow6hltmulvflnhvmpmgny7chz4

Characteristics of the self-regulation of middle school students in Russia during the period of distance learning

Natalya N. Novikova, Vita F. Poberezkaya
2021 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação  
, as well as independently allocating time for homework.  ...  Based on a comparative analysis of international research, the study identifies the structural components of self-regulation in distance learning including self-organization, goal setting, planning, prediction  ...  Acknowledgments: The study is funded by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research under the scientific project 19-29-14169 "Development of regulatory and communicative learning activities of students in  ... 
doi:10.20952/revtee.v14i33.16755 fatcat:xbgb5ej2mfanxarxbscg5e2jvy

TEMPOS: a platform for developing temporal applications on top of object DBMS

M. Dumas, M.-C. Fauvet, P.-C. Scholl
2004 IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering  
This paper presents TEMPOS: a set of models and languages supporting the manipulation of temporal data on top of object DBMS.  ...  Two complementary ways for accessing temporal data are offered: a query language and a visual browser.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank the anonymous reviewers of the IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering for their valuable feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tkde.2003.1262189 fatcat:v45iaggkszcjvcacj7dtuilhya

A survey of randomized algorithms for control synthesis and performance verification

Giuseppe Calafiore, Fabrizio Dabbene, Roberto Tempo
2007 Journal of Complexity  
In this paper, we present an overview of probabilistic techniques based on randomized algorithms for solving "hard" problems arising in performance verification and control of complex systems.  ...  This area is fairly recent, even though its roots lie in the robustness techniques for handling uncertain control systems developed in the 1980s.  ...  Other applications of IBC include system identification, time series analysis and control of uncertain systems.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jco.2007.01.003 fatcat:v66jqc6quvdaxajxfeos6kx3e4

Intellectual property policy of universities: specific regulation

Alexander Evgenievich Suglobov, Katerina Sergeevna Orlova, Alexander Konstantinovich Kalliopin, Petr Katys, Aleksey Valeryevich Novikov
2021 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação  
They have developed the concept of strategic management of intellectual property based on the national legislation on the protection and disposal of intellectual property and local regulations of higher  ...  Nowadays the creation, protection and commercialization of intellectual property objects are especially relevant for universities.  ...  Based on the study conducted, we have revealed the following key components of the policy of universities in the field of intellectual property.  ... 
doi:10.20952/revtee.v14i33.16155 fatcat:aehzv6fi7rh4djtc7rtw6sagnm

Resilient Randomized Quantized Consensus [article]

Seyed Mehran Dibaji, Hideaki Ishii, Roberto Tempo
2017 arXiv   pre-print
We develop update schemes to be equipped by the normal agents whose interactions are asynchronous and subject to non-uniform and time-varying time delays.  ...  We solve the resilient quantized consensus problems in the presence of totally/locally bounded adversarial agents and provide necessary and sufficient conditions in terms of the connectivity notion of  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The authors would like to thank Paolo Frasca and Shreyas Sundaram for the helpful discussions.  ... 
arXiv:1710.06994v1 fatcat:3pyflmy5qjdsvkujgk67mxz2ni

Não ir na onda: correr contra o tempo

Jorge Olímpio Bento
2009 Portugese Journal of Sport Sciences / Revista Portuguesa de Ciências do Desporto  
They proposed to examine the players performance across the full range of tasks designed to tap a variety of non-specific abilities related to the visual/central nervous system function and then increasingly  ...  Modelling a dynamic system means mapping not only its components and input-output behaviour but also in particular its components interaction (4, 14, 24, 41, 53) .  ...  No place is allowed for speculation without the boundaries of available data.  ... 
doi:10.5628/rpcd.09.01.05 fatcat:mfrmj7l6ofhjrn2tp4cedpmtgq
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