Kyonggi University

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Causally Ordered Delivery Protocol for Overlapping Multicast Groups in Broker-Based Sensor Networks

    In sensor networks, there are a lot of overlapping multicast groups because of many subscribers, associated with their potentially varying specific interests, querying every event to sensors/publishers. Also gossip-based communication protocols are promising as one of potential solutions providing scalability in P (Publish)/S (Subscribe) paradigm in sensor networks. Moreover, despite...

    Provided By Kyonggi University

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Fault-Tolerant Mobile Agent-Based Monitoring Mechanism for Highly Dynamic Distributed Networks

    Thanks to asynchronous and dynamic natures of mobile agents, a certain number of mobile agent-based monitoring mechanisms have actively been developed to monitor large-scale and dynamic distributed networked systems adaptively and efficiently. Among them, some mechanisms attempt to adapt to dynamic changes in various aspects such as network traffic patterns,...

    Provided By Kyonggi University

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Folksonomy-Based Information Retrieval in Context-Aware Environment

    The Web 2.0 approach has revolutionized the way the authors use the information system. An essential part of Web 2.0 is folksonomy. Most folksonomy-based systems do not consider new breed of context-aware retrieval. It requires the new convergence of folksonomy-based information retrieval and context-aware systems. They propose a folksonomy-based information...

    Provided By Kyonggi University

  • White Papers // Dec 2007

    e-Lollapalooza: A Process-Driven e-Business Service Integration System for e-Logistics Services

    There are two newly emerging research issues in the enterprise information systems literature. One is the scalability issue for rapidly increasing choreographic volumes between interrelated organizations. The other is the business intelligence issue for traceable and monitor able business processes and services interchanging e-Business data and applications across organizations. Based...

    Provided By Kyonggi University

  • White Papers // Dec 2007

    e-Lollapalooza: A Process-Driven e-Business Service Integration System for e-Logistics Services

    There are two newly emerging research issues in the enterprise information systems literature. One is the scalability issue for rapidly increasing choreographic volumes between interrelated organizations. The other is the business intelligence issue for traceable and monitor able business processes and services interchanging e-Business data and applications across organizations. Based...

    Provided By Kyonggi University

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Causally Ordered Delivery Protocol for Overlapping Multicast Groups in Broker-Based Sensor Networks

    In sensor networks, there are a lot of overlapping multicast groups because of many subscribers, associated with their potentially varying specific interests, querying every event to sensors/publishers. Also gossip-based communication protocols are promising as one of potential solutions providing scalability in P (Publish)/S (Subscribe) paradigm in sensor networks. Moreover, despite...

    Provided By Kyonggi University

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Fault-Tolerant Mobile Agent-Based Monitoring Mechanism for Highly Dynamic Distributed Networks

    Thanks to asynchronous and dynamic natures of mobile agents, a certain number of mobile agent-based monitoring mechanisms have actively been developed to monitor large-scale and dynamic distributed networked systems adaptively and efficiently. Among them, some mechanisms attempt to adapt to dynamic changes in various aspects such as network traffic patterns,...

    Provided By Kyonggi University

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Folksonomy-Based Information Retrieval in Context-Aware Environment

    The Web 2.0 approach has revolutionized the way the authors use the information system. An essential part of Web 2.0 is folksonomy. Most folksonomy-based systems do not consider new breed of context-aware retrieval. It requires the new convergence of folksonomy-based information retrieval and context-aware systems. They propose a folksonomy-based information...

    Provided By Kyonggi University