Kemal A. Delic
Kemal A. Delic
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Publication years2000-2017
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December 2017 Ubiquity: Volume 2017 Issue December, December 2017
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We use the term "big data" with the understanding that the real game changer is the connection and digitization of everything. Every portfolio is affected: finance, transport, housing, food, environment, industry, health, welfare, defense, education, science, and more. The authors in this symposium will focus on a few of these ...

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February 2016 Ubiquity: Volume 2016 Issue February, February 2016
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By many indications, signs, and signals there is writing on the wall: the Internet of Things (IoT) is coming! In this closing statement, Kemal Delic briefly reflects on two possible developments for the IoT and concludes with a third, and more likely, scenario.

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February 2016 Ubiquity: Volume 2016 Issue February, February 2016
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At the very high level of abstraction, the Internet of Things (IoT) can be modeled as the hyper-scale, hyper-complex cyber-physical system. Study of resilience of IoT systems is the first step towards engineering of the future IoT eco-systems. Exploration of this domain is highly promising avenue for many aspiring Ph.D. ...

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October 2015 ICAT '15: Proceedings of the 2015 XXV International Conference on Information, Communication and Automation Technologies (ICAT)
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October 2015 i-KNOW '15: Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Knowledge Technologies and Data-driven Business
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Scientific quest is driven by eternal human curiosity and the need to understand and explain unknown worlds. It is an endless process of extending current human knowledge with new insights, improved theories, and advances via discoveries and singular inflection points. Big Science denotes long lasting, high risk and extremely expensive ...
Keywords: big data, big science, artificial intelligence, cloud computing

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October 2015 Ubiquity: Volume 2015 Issue October, October 2015
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We are witnessing these days the rise of always-on, connected devices, systems and environments. This might well represent the basis for the emerging digital economy. This symposium brings in diverse points of views trying to synthesize the most likely future of Internet of Things (IoT).

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September 2015 Ubiquity: Volume 2015 Issue September, September 2015
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In recent months, announcements on the progress toward harnessing quantum computing have solicited divers and sometimes strong reactions and opinions from academia and industry. Some say quantum computing is impossible, while others point to actual machines-raising the question as to whether they really are quantum computers. In this interview, Dave ...

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September 2014 i-KNOW '14: Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Knowledge Technologies and Data-driven Business
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We are witnessing the rise of robots in the finance industry in which human capabilities are largely surpassed by the capabilities of trading robots, and where solutions to several conundrums should be explored and sought. We describe this domain, explore some fundamental questions and suggest the Trading Monitoring Cockpit as ...
Keywords: HFT, crisis, emergency, trading, crash, markets

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August 2013 DEXA '13: Proceedings of the 2013 24th International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications
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We live in a world of very large-scale systems which can be described as global, very fast, and often saturated with uncertainty. Talking about global communication and energy supply systems, interconnected financial markets, global business operation platforms or contemporary large social networks, we usually deal with normal operating regimes (~99% ...
Keywords: Emergency, control, cockpit, architecture, design

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February 2009 EKNOW '09: Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on Information, Process, and Knowledge Management
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We are witnessing the emergence of the global, dependable and efficient infrastructure of cloud computing. We assess the current state of the Enterprise Knowledge Management field and project the possible emergence of Enterprise Knowledge Clouds. We give some architectural views, discuss briefly the underlying technologies and describe roughly related applications. ...
Keywords: Enterprise Knowledge Management, Cloud computing, Knowledge Clouds

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August 2008 Ubiquity: Volume 2008 Issue August
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Computational grids are very large-scale aggregates of communication and computation resources enabling new types of applications and bringing several benefits of economy-of-scale. The first computational grids were established in academic environments during the previous decade, and today are making inroads into the realm of corporate and enterprise computing. Very recently, ...
Keywords: computing clouds, grids, data centers, very large-scale systems, web science

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June 2007 ICAS '07: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Autonomic and Autonomous Systems
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Economic mega-shifts and technology advances have created an entirely new context for the enterprise IT systems. It is now a very common expectation that the cost/performance ratios will be constantly improving while always offering better services and novel IT features. To fit such expectations, enterprise IT systems should be architected ...

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October 2006 Ubiquity: Volume 2006 Issue October
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The history and the future of Artificial Intelligence could be summarized into three distinctive phases: embryonic, embedded and embodied. We briefly describe early efforts in AI aiming to mimic intelligent behavior, evolving later into a set of the useful, embedded and practical technologies. We project the possible future of embodied ...

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April 2006 Ubiquity: Volume 2006 Issue April
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The great, long-living companies are able to adapt to tectonic market shifts and historical changes while crossing different technological epochs. Several books have captured historical and anecdotal evidence about such extraordinary businesses, while we have a few crisp and simple business models of these great companies.

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March 2006 Ubiquity: Volume 2006 Issue March
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December 2005 Ubiquity: Volume 2005 Issue December
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March 2005 Ubiquity: Volume 2005 Issue March
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The world's economy can be seen as a an excellent playing field for the multiple, multi-faceted scientific disciplines and scientists. But for various reasons and causes, they are or disregarded or sometimes even carefully avoided. Kemal Delic, a lab scientist with Hewlett-Packard's R&D operations and a senior enterprise architect, explains.

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August 2004 DEXA '04: Proceedings of the Database and Expert Systems Applications, 15th International Workshop
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Large corporations typically have a well established, enterprise-wide knowledge management program addressing some specific IT domain or burning enterprise business problem. While choices of the technology, method and organization are pretty straightforward; supplying the enterprise knowledge management system with cheap, reliable, relevant and fresh knowledge remains to be the key ...

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August 2004 Ubiquity: Volume 2004 Issue August
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Deep analytics technologies and the rise of the intelligent enterprise

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November 2003 Ubiquity: Volume 2003 Issue November, November 1- November 30, 2003
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People add the power to a simple equation for enlightened decision-making in the IT service industry



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