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June 2016 Multimedia Tools and Applications: Volume 75 Issue 11, June 2016
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
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The detection of moving pedestrians is of major importance for intelligent vehicles, since information about such persons and their tracks should be incorporated into reliable collision avoidance algorithms. In this paper, we propose a new approach to detect moving pedestrians aided by motion analysis. Our main contribution is to use ...
Keywords: Pedestrian detection, Motion segmentation, Histograms of oriented gradients, Motion self difference features, Support vector machines

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July 2015 Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Artificial General Intelligence - Volume 9205
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, Inc.
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A synchronous framework for the interaction of an agent and an environment based on Moore machines is introduced. Within this framework, the notion of a Gödel agent is defined relative to a family of agents and environments and a time horizon T. A Gödel agent is the most flexible, adapting ...

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June 2012 CiE'12: Proceedings of the 8th Turing Centenary conference on Computability in Europe: how the world computes
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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The notion of effective learnability is analyzed by relating it to the proof-theoretic strength of an axiom system which is used to derive totality proofs for recursive functions. The main result, the generator-predictor theorem, states that an infinite sequence of bits is learnable if the axiom system proves the totality ...

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July 2011 COP '11: Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Context-Oriented Programming
Publisher: ACM
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A range of context-management systems in the past have motivated the need for development support of context-aware applications. They typically provide APIs and query languages for context analysis. Reacting to context changes, however, is either not at all or only to a limited extend supported by adhering to constraints of ...
Keywords: context-oriented programming, context-awareness, query language, context-management, semantic web, infrastucture

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January 2011 Rainbow of computer science: dedicated to Hermann Maurer on the occasion of his 70th birthday
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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The question of how to represent and process uncertainty is of fundamental importance to the scientific process, but also in everyday life. Currently there exist a lot of different calculi for managing uncertainty, each having its own advantages and disadvantages. Especially, almost all are defining the domain and structure of ...

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August 2010 DCABES '10: Proceedings of the 2010 Ninth International Symposium on Distributed Computing and Applications to Business, Engineering and Science
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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The composition of distributed resources is a pervasive challenge facing almost all modern application fields, especially for large-scale scientific applications. In most of these applications, several resources need to be integrated in order to fulfill the requirements of a complex scientific task. However, even though current Web Services have emerged ...
Keywords: Distributed, Compositon, AI Planning Graph, Web Services, Semantics

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August 2010 DCABES '10: Proceedings of the 2010 Ninth International Symposium on Distributed Computing and Applications to Business, Engineering and Science
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Scientific workflows are emerging as a dominant approach for scientists to assemble highly-specialized applications, and to exchange large heterogeneous datasets to automate the accomplishment of complex scientific tasks. Several Scientific Workflow Management Systems (SWfMS) have already been designed so as to support the execution, and monitoring of scientific workflows. Even ...
Keywords: Scientific workflows, distributed management

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September 2009 MobileHCI '09: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services
Publisher: ACM
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Mobile devices became powerful recently and wireless Internet access is becoming standard. One important class of networked, mobile applications are location based games, making extensive use of device sensors to adapt their application logic and user interface to the numerous, spontaneous and fast changing contexts. To simplify the developers' task ...
Keywords: semantic driven UI adaptation, location based games

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July 2009 SERVICES '09: Proceedings of the 2009 Congress on Services - I
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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With the advent of Grid and service-oriented technologies, scientific workflows have been introduced in response to the increasing demand of researchers for assembling diverse, highly-specialized applications, allowing them to exchange large heterogeneous datasets in order to accomplish a complex scientific task. Much research has already been done to provide efficient ...
Keywords: Workflows, WSDM, distributed execution, services, integration, data transfer

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May 2009 ESWC 2009 Heraklion: Proceedings of the 6th European Semantic Web Conference on The Semantic Web: Research and Applications
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Business policies and rules govern and guide the business processes of an organization. Enterprises usually only document their business policies and rules in natural language. This makes the procedure of determining which business policies and rules apply to a certain process and their enforcement on this process very costly and ...

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October 2008 FTDCS '08: Proceedings of the 2008 12th IEEE International Workshop on Future Trends of Distributed Computing Systems
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Grids and service-oriented technologies are emerging as dominant approaches for distributed systems. Rising complexity of grid applications places new requirements and increases needs to improve the design and reusability of grid workflow systems. In particular, scientific data-intensive workflows require new approaches for integration and coordination of distributed resources. Traditional centralized ...
Keywords: workflow management, grid, integration, data-intensive application

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May 2008 WEUSE '08: Proceedings of the 4th international workshop on End-user software engineering
Publisher: ACM
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Current web services composition engines like ActiveBPEL provide only facilities to create static workflow compositions. Once a workflow is deployed and started, the constructs that represent the workflow cannot be altered subsequently. In fact, only administrator could re-define a workflow at any time. We claim, however, that such an admin-based ...
Keywords: AJAX, business process execution language (bpel), service oriented architecture (soa), tailorability, web services

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July 2007 SIGIR '07: Proceedings of the 30th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval
Publisher: ACM
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ISKODOR integrates personal collections, peer search, and centralized search services. User modeling in ISKODOR fills three roles: discovery of sites with suitable information stores, context-based query interpretation, and automatic profile-based filtering of new information. Explanation and control are achieved through graphical depiction of sources, explicit feedback regard ingutility, and explicit ...
Keywords: collaborative search, web search, explicit relevance feedback

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March 2007 MAI '07: Proceedings of the 1st workshop on Middleware-application interaction: in conjunction with Euro-Sys 2007
Publisher: ACM
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To anticipate or not to anticipate --- that is the question, regarding adaptive middleware in the area of ubiquitous computing. Anticipation can guarantee that both the adapted and the adapting component work together safely, but it limits the scenario space to some predictable well-known cases. This holds even more when ...

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May 2006 Bioinformatics: Volume 22 Issue 9, May 2006
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Citation Count: 6

Motivation: Computationally, in silico experiments in biology are workflows describing the collaboration of people, data and methods. The Grid and Web services are proposed to be the next generation infrastructure supporting the deployment of bioinformatics workflows. But the growing number of autonomous and heterogeneous services pose challenges to the used ...

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April 2006 ECIR'06: Proceedings of the 28th European conference on Advances in Information Retrieval
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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We research whether the inclusion of information about an information user's social environment and his position in the social network of his peers leads to an improval in search effectiveness. Traditional information retrieval methods fail to address the fact that information production and consumption are social activities. We ameliorate this ...

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April 2006 ICDEW '06: Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Data Engineering Workshops
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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The service-oriented architecture (SOA) proposes a new software development paradigm that is based on loosely coupled software components deployed and located across the web. This key benefit of SOA allows building workflows crossing organizational boundaries. One of the major challenges in this field of research is the automatic discovery and ...

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June 2005 EWSA'05: Proceedings of the 2nd European conference on Software Architecture
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Even modern component architectures do not provide for easily manageable context-sensitive adaptability, a key requirement for ambient intelligence. The reason is that components are too large – providing black boxes with adaptation points only at their boundaries – and to small – lacking good means for expressing concerns beyond the ...

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May 2005 ISMIS'05: Proceedings of the 15th international conference on Foundations of Intelligent Systems
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Due to the anonymity of the user during Web searching, no support for long-term information needs exists. First attempts for personalized Web retrieval are made, however these approaches are limited to static objects and no individual recommendations from a dynamic data set can be determined. Peer-to-peer architectures build a promising ...

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January 2005 Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science (ENTCS): Volume 114 Issue C, January 2005
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Recent peer-to-peer architectures do not fulfill the idea of a service-oriented architecture to allow the flexible composition of services towards concrete applications. This can be justified by the absence of flexible notations for the composition of services that incorporate the dynamic nature exposed by peer-to-peer architectures. In this work, the ...
Keywords: Component technology, composition languages, exception handling, peer-to-peer architectures



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