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Towards Optimising the Data Flow in Distributed Applications

Felix Leif Keppmann, Maria Maleshkova, Andreas Harth
2015 Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on World Wide Web - WWW '15 Companion  
The presented work lays the foundation for creating distributed applications which can automatically optimise data exchange.  ...  Networked applications continuously move towards servicebased and modular solutions. At the same time, web technologies, proven to be modular and distributed, are applied to these application areas.  ...  CONCLUSION Our approach is a first step towards capturing the dynamics of distributed applications in terms of devices' input and output frequencies.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2740908.2743044 dblp:conf/www/KeppmannMH15 fatcat:7uyrs4l4pvdrpmis4gwzc2fdoe

Towards an Architecture for Reliable Capacity Provisioning for Distributed Clouds [chapter]

Jörg Domaschka, Frank Griesinger, Mark Leznik, Per-Olov Östberg, Keith A. Ellis, Paolo Casari, Frank Fowley, Theo Lynn
2020 The Cloud-to-Thing Continuum  
The complexity of computing along the cloud-to-edge continuum presents significant challenges to ICT operations and in particular reliable capacity planning and resource provisioning to meet unpredictable  ...  In addition, the major design concepts informing its design-namely separation of concerns, modelcentricism, modular design, and machine learning and artificial intelligence for IT operations-are also discussed  ...  The diagram below outlines the components in the RECAP architecture and shows the process flow loops in the optimisation framework.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-39863-7_1 fatcat:alxauqthtndlfjcw2e3saz646e

Characterisation of the reactive power capability of diverse distributed generators: Toward an optimisation approach

P. Cuffe, P. Smith, A. Keane
2012 2012 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting  
Distribution system optimisation techniques offer the potential for a more rigorous and general-purpose characterisation methodology.  ...  To that end, a capability characterisation appears useful, delineating the range of controllable reactive power available for a given power flow onto a section of distribution network.  ...  Optimisation Formulation The use of optimisation techniques in power systems is not new, and the emergence of distributed generation has suggested many novel applications for AC Optimal Power Flow (OPF  ... 
doi:10.1109/pesgm.2012.6345035 fatcat:dmywp5ry7nh6jpufz2h5fgxsue

CFD Simulation of Electrostatic Precipitators and Fabric Filters State of the Art and Applications [chapter]

M. Feldkamp, M. Dickamp, C. Moser
2009 Electrostatic Precipitation  
Contrary to physical flow models the CFD simulation is capable to consider high dust loads and the distribution of dust in the gas flow.  ...  This paper clearly discloses the possibilities, which the numeric flow simulation offers in case of modelling the twophase flow in electrostatic precipitators and fabric filters with view to design new  ...  The flow field towards the single filter elements can also be watched and optimised through the presented CFD model.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-89251-9_30 fatcat:wsze6bsqrfez3ehqgc4pyh5xei

Case Studies in Application Placement and Infrastructure Optimisation [chapter]

Miguel Angel López-Peña, Hector Humanes, Johan Forsman, Thang Le Duc, Peter Willis, Manuel Noya
2020 The Cloud-to-Thing Continuum  
The first case study illustrates how RECAP can be used for infrastructure optimisation for a 5G network use case. The second case study explores application  ...  The application receives the node selected and requests the platform to configure the data flow routing to send the data flows to the optimum computation node.  ...  This is realised by integrating the RECAP Application Optimiser in the SAT-IoT platform. IoT Topology Management Entity IoT Data Flow Dynamic Routing is the cornerstone of SAT-IoT.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-39863-7_6 fatcat:vvbqfldcx5gpjezc3w6wt73cce

Exploring Optimal Service Compositions in Highly Heterogeneous and Dynamic Service-Based Systems [chapter]

Dionysios Efstathiou, Peter McBurney, Steffen Zschaler, Johann Bourcier
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Resource heterogeneity, mobility, and a large number of spatially distributed service providers complicate the process of composing complex applications with specified QoS requirements.  ...  In this paper we present a research roadmap towards an approach for flexible service composition in dynamic and heterogeneous environments.  ...  This work has been supported by the European FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Network "RELATE" (Grant Agreement No. 264840).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39742-4_30 fatcat:3nj53o5gnra3zjiksrdsmy2qom

EV charging QoS and power system robustness through ICT applications; NeMo's approach

Theodoros Theodoropoulos, Giorgos Drainakis, Christina Anagnostopoulou, Angelos Amditis
2019 Zenodo  
ICT applications could contribute towards the green energy shift in transport, in a reliable manner. Such services will be designed and developed by NeMo, a 4 year European H2020 project.  ...  Distributed energy generation has the potential to provide a basis for clean energy consumption and energy efficiency due to decreased energy transport and associated losses.  ...  Innovative ICT applications could contribute towards the green energy shift in transport, in a reliable manner [3] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3555015 fatcat:mc623rjftvbmtgrlf4awtftit4

Data Centre Optimisation Enhanced by Software Defined Networking

Tommaso Cucinotta, Diego Lugones, Davide Cherubini, Eric Jul
2014 2014 IEEE 7th International Conference on Cloud Computing  
We propose a management strategy to jointly optimise computing and networking resources in cloud infrastructures, where Software Defined Networking (SDN) plays a key enabling role.  ...  The classical way to deal with dynamicity is to scale computing and network resources horizontally.  ...  The explosive increase in the availability of high-speed networks is causing a significant shift towards distributed computing models where processing and storage of data can be performed in cloud computing  ... 
doi:10.1109/cloud.2014.28 dblp:conf/IEEEcloud/CucinottaLCJ14 fatcat:da3a2nqykvb3hjhpbomaoyt6k4

Data Movement Optimisation in Point-Free Form [chapter]

Brad Alexander, Andrew Wendelborn
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we describe a process for optimising the transport of data through point-free programs.  ...  The optimiser is shown to be highly effective, producing code of comparable efficiency to hand-written code.  ...  enters at f 1 and flows toward f n at the end of the program.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11784180_5 fatcat:rbbc4ubjhjd6fn2tmcxdfe747q

The SELIS approach to delivering a 'Platform for Pan-European Logistics Applications'

Ioanna Fergadioti, Panayiotis Katsoulakos, Pat O Sullivan, Yannis Zorgios
2018 Zenodo  
This paper explores several factors that influence the behaviour of transport and logistics companies in Europe and proposes an innovative "shared intelligence" approach, technology platform and collaborative  ...  In order to address these challenges, logistics actors have started to implement environmentally friendly collaborative strategies addressing supply chain integration, multimodal transport, consolidation  ...  The SCN native application are: o Retailer driven collaborative stock optimisation o Synchromodality biased capacity optimisation of T&L Resources o Logistics Pooling for Unban distribution o e-Compliance  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1441159 fatcat:h3pgfjxv6vaernb46oe23m6ut4

Optimal operation of water distribution networks by predictive control using MINLP

C Biscos, M Mulholland, M-V Le Lann, CA Buckley, CJ Brouckaert
2004 Water S.A  
This paper presents an approach for the operational optimisation of potable water distribution networks.  ...  The first objective is constrained by the maintenance of minimum emergency volumes in all reservoirs, while the second objective would include the minimisation of chlorine dosage and re-dosage requirements  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the Water Research Commission, the National Research Foundation (NRF) of South-Africa, the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) of France  ... 
doi:10.4314/wsa.v29i4.5044 fatcat:zf26o4ybyrbfjlwtuybypnlsfu

Kriging meta-model assisted calibration of computational fluid dynamics models

Olumayowa T. Kajero, Rex B. Thorpe, Tao Chen, Bo Wang, Yuan Yao
2016 AIChE Journal  
A new EI measure was developed for the sum of squared errors (SSE) which conforms to a generalised chi-square distribution and hence existing normal distribution-based EI measures are not applicable.  ...  The usefulness of the developed method was demonstrated through a case study of a single-phase flow in both a straight-type and a convergent-divergent-type annular jet pump, where a single model parameter  ...  The interior point has been extensively discussed in the literature. 71, 72, 73 The optimisation process eventually results in a new set of simulation data.  ... 
doi:10.1002/aic.15352 fatcat:izqmkylzkze2xjluw5z7psk7uq

Virtual Infrastructure Optimisation [chapter]

Spiros Koulouzis, Paul Martin, Zhiming Zhao
2020 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The increasing volumes of data being produced, curated and made available by research infrastructures in the environmental science domain require services able to optimise the delivery staging and process  ...  We also present a microservice-based infrastructure optimisation suite, the Dynamic Real-time Infrastructure Planner, used for constructing virtual infrastructures for research applications on demand.  ...  such as efficient load distribution across distributed nodes in a confederation of data services.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-52829-4_11 fatcat:ichygqd6uvgtraxd57nkaykzra

From missions to systems

Barry Porter, Alan Dearle, Simon Dobson
2012 Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Middleware Tools, Services and Run-Time Support for Sensor Networks - MidSens '12  
Specifically, we argue that a computational model is needed in which the ways that data flows through networks, and the ways in which decisions are made based on that data, is transparently distributable  ...  While this remains true in selected cases, the majority of future sensor network applications will demand much more intelligent use of their resources as networks increase in scale and support multiple  ...  a taxonomy built around the notions of control flow and data flow.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2405167.2405169 dblp:conf/middleware/PorterDD12 fatcat:zyxrfwauyjagroeyyai7rf3v3i

Statistical methods towards more efficient infiltration measurements

T. Franz, P. Krebs
2006 Water Science and Technology  
For suitable catchments it is estimated, that the optimisation potential amounts up to 30 % accuracy improvement compared to non-optimised gauge distributions.  ...  The methods have a high degree of freedom against data needs. They were successfully tested on real and artificial data.  ...  The application of the method results in good coherence between the optimised arrangement of gauges and detected changes of measured infiltration rates. Two examples are shown in Figure 3 .  ... 
doi:10.2166/wst.2006.593 fatcat:7e6xl5jigzgfbeh6iyy633p4le
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