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  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    Autonomic Resource Allocation in a J2EE Cluster

    One of the main services that must be assured in a hosting center is resource allocation. For economic reasons, resources should be allocated (and deallocated) dynamically to the hosted applications according to their runtime load. Autonomic computing systems provide support for such a dynamic resource allocation, as they allow applications...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    Autonomic Resource Management in a Cloud Infrastructure

    Cloud computing is a recent trend in which companies are externalizing their computing infrastructures in hosting centers, in order to reduce the cost of their infrastructures. One of the main services that must be assured in such a hosting center is resource allocation. For economic reasons, resources should be allocated...

    Provided By IMAG

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Multichannel Virtual Access Points for Seamless Handoffs in IEEE 802.11 Wireless Networks

    Within IEEE 802.11 Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs), client stations can move freely, but because of the short range of their Access Points (APs), they usually need to reassociate with different APs to continue to communicate. When changing APs, a client station starts a process known as a handoff that...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    On Flat Programs With Lists

    In this paper the authors analyze the complexity of checking safety and termination properties, for a very simple, yet non-trivial, class of programs with singly-linked list data structures. Since, in general, programs with lists are known to have the power of Turing machines, the authors restrict the control structure, by...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Autonomic iPOJO: Towards Self-Managing Middleware for Ubiquitous Systems

    The recent proliferation of ever smaller and smarter electronic devices, combined with the introduction of wireless communication and mobile software technologies enables the construction of a large variety of pervasive applications, such as home supervision and alarm systems. The inherent complexity of such applications along with their non-expert clientele raises...

    Provided By IMAG

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    Autonomic Resource Management in a Cloud Infrastructure

    Cloud computing is a recent trend in which companies are externalizing their computing infrastructures in hosting centers, in order to reduce the cost of their infrastructures. One of the main services that must be assured in such a hosting center is resource allocation. For economic reasons, resources should be allocated...

    Provided By IMAG

  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    Autonomic Resource Allocation in a J2EE Cluster

    One of the main services that must be assured in a hosting center is resource allocation. For economic reasons, resources should be allocated (and deallocated) dynamically to the hosted applications according to their runtime load. Autonomic computing systems provide support for such a dynamic resource allocation, as they allow applications...

    Provided By IMAG

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Autonomic iPOJO: Towards Self-Managing Middleware for Ubiquitous Systems

    The recent proliferation of ever smaller and smarter electronic devices, combined with the introduction of wireless communication and mobile software technologies enables the construction of a large variety of pervasive applications, such as home supervision and alarm systems. The inherent complexity of such applications along with their non-expert clientele raises...

    Provided By IMAG

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    On Flat Programs With Lists

    In this paper the authors analyze the complexity of checking safety and termination properties, for a very simple, yet non-trivial, class of programs with singly-linked list data structures. Since, in general, programs with lists are known to have the power of Turing machines, the authors restrict the control structure, by...

    Provided By IMAG

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Multichannel Virtual Access Points for Seamless Handoffs in IEEE 802.11 Wireless Networks

    Within IEEE 802.11 Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs), client stations can move freely, but because of the short range of their Access Points (APs), they usually need to reassociate with different APs to continue to communicate. When changing APs, a client station starts a process known as a handoff that...

    Provided By IMAG