Technical University of Kosice

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  • White Papers // Jun 2013

    Mining the Low-Level Behavior of Agents in High-Level Business Processes

    Currently there is a gap between the high level of abstraction at which business processes are modeled and the low level nature of the events that are recorded during process execution. When applying process mining techniques, it is possible to discover the logic behind low-level events but it is difficult...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // May 2013

    Conceptualizing Enterprise Dynamic Systems Control for Run-Time Business Transactions

    Business transaction models prescribe the design freedom restrictions of a process-based organization and are useful to share a common understanding between the stakeholders that have a diverse interpretation of it. However, business transaction models do not guarantee that the business actors perform them accordingly. Business actors, individually and/or collectively, operate...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Aug 2012

    Thermal Assisted Switching Magnetic Tunnel Junctions as FPGA Memory Elements

    In this paper, the authors present their research and development work on new circuits and topologies based on Magnetic RAM (MRAM) for use as configuration memory elements of reconfigurable arrays. MRAM provides non volatility with cell areas and with access speeds comparable to those of SRAM and with lower process...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Jul 2012

    Securely Storing and Executing Business Processes in the Cloud

    Given the latest advances in IT, the envisioning of computing as an essential utility for the general community led to the proposal of novel computing paradigms such as cloud computing. Cloud computing is presented as being able to transform the IT industry by introducing a delivery model of Software as...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Jul 2012

    A Semantic Approach to the Discovery of Workflow Activity Patterns in Event Logs

    Workflow activity patterns represent a set of recurrent behaviors that can be found in a wide range of business processes. In this paper, the authors address the problem of determining the presence of these patterns in process models. This is usually done manually by the analyst, who inspects the model...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Enterprise Dynamic Systems Control Enforcement of Run-Time Business Transactions

    Business transactions models prescribe the design freedom restrictions of the business transactions dynamics but per se do not guarantee that organizational actors perform them accordingly. Enterprise Dynamic Systems Control (EDSC) guarantees that the prescriptions are followed in the operation by performing a continuously cycle of observation, decision and control action....

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    RNS-Based Elliptic Curve Point Multiplication for Massive Parallel Architectures

    Acceleration of cryptographic applications on massive parallel computing platforms, such as Graphic Processing Units (GPUs), becomes a real challenge concerning practical implementations. In this paper, the authors propose a parallel algorithm for Elliptic Curve (EC) point multiplication in order to compute EC cryptography on these platforms. The proposed approach relies...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    Byzantine Fault-Tolerant MapReduce: Faults Are Not Just Crashes

    MapReduce is often used to run critical jobs such as scientific data analysis. However, evidence in the literature shows that arbitrary faults do occur and can probably corrupt the results of MapReduce jobs. MapReduce runtimes like Hadoop tolerate crash faults, but not arbitrary or Byzantine faults. The authors present a...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Using Business Transactions to Analyse the Consistency of Business Process Models

    This paper presents a method to analyze the consistency of a process model according to business transactions. Business transactions focus on specifying the pattern-based behavior resulting from the collaboration between actors and systems while services and products are being requested and provided. The method makes possible assessing the consistency of...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Business Process Analysis in Healthcare Environments: A Methodology Based on Process Mining

    Performing business process analysis in healthcare organizations is particularly difficult due to the highly-dynamic, complex, ad-hoc, and multi-disciplinary nature of healthcare processes. Process mining is a promising approach to obtain a better understanding about those processes by analyzing event data recorded in healthcare information systems. However, not all process mining...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Analysis Of The Results Of Audits Of Quality Management System-Sales Service Of Cars

    Mission of the "Quality, Innovation, Prosperity" journal is to dispense updated, original and by the editorial board reviewed scientific articles on the quality of work, production and life from any social domains intended for ambitious professionals, academic public and for both graduated and undergraduate students. The journal principal content will...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Uplink Modulation Strategies in 4G Wireless Cellular Systems

    New upcoming wireless communication standards utilizing Ortogonal Frequency Division Multipexing (OFDM) provide high data rates and good signal cell coverage that makes their application extremely promising in fourthcoming years. Despite of its widely recognized benefits, sensitivity to the nonlinear amplification remains still a special issue to be solved. Recent solution...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Challenges And Risks Of RFID Adoption In Manufacturing And Logistics

    RFID has also opened the door to a new era in logistics management or Supply Chain Management (SCM) respectively and to optimization of manufacturing processes. The paper is to highlight selected areas of this technology that may be critical for further RFID development and applications. In the paper are also...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Verme: Worm Containment in Overlay Networks

    Topological worms, such as those that propagate by following links in an overlay network, have the potential to spread faster than traditional random scanning worms because they have knowledge of a subset of the overlay nodes, and choose these nodes to propagate themselves; and also because they can avoid traditional...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Mar 2007

    Business Networking with Web Services: Supporting the Full Life Cycle of Business Collaborations

    This paper describes how the latest advances in Web Services technology are paving the way towards dynamic B2B integration. It begins by distinguishing between three kinds of life cycle: the operational life cycle, the B2B trading life cycle, and the business networking life cycle. In this paper, most B2B integration...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Aug 2006

    On the Concurrency of Inter-Organizational Business Processes

    Cross-organizational workflow management has been a long way from the run-time problem of supporting distributed workflow execution, up to the build-time problem of decoupling models of public collaborative workflows from those of private, local business processes. Still, it is clear that inter-organizational processes require solutions other than just mechanisms to...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Verme: Worm Containment in Overlay Networks

    Topological worms, such as those that propagate by following links in an overlay network, have the potential to spread faster than traditional random scanning worms because they have knowledge of a subset of the overlay nodes, and choose these nodes to propagate themselves; and also because they can avoid traditional...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // May 2013

    Conceptualizing Enterprise Dynamic Systems Control for Run-Time Business Transactions

    Business transaction models prescribe the design freedom restrictions of a process-based organization and are useful to share a common understanding between the stakeholders that have a diverse interpretation of it. However, business transaction models do not guarantee that the business actors perform them accordingly. Business actors, individually and/or collectively, operate...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Business Process Analysis in Healthcare Environments: A Methodology Based on Process Mining

    Performing business process analysis in healthcare organizations is particularly difficult due to the highly-dynamic, complex, ad-hoc, and multi-disciplinary nature of healthcare processes. Process mining is a promising approach to obtain a better understanding about those processes by analyzing event data recorded in healthcare information systems. However, not all process mining...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Jul 2012

    Securely Storing and Executing Business Processes in the Cloud

    Given the latest advances in IT, the envisioning of computing as an essential utility for the general community led to the proposal of novel computing paradigms such as cloud computing. Cloud computing is presented as being able to transform the IT industry by introducing a delivery model of Software as...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Using Business Transactions to Analyse the Consistency of Business Process Models

    This paper presents a method to analyze the consistency of a process model according to business transactions. Business transactions focus on specifying the pattern-based behavior resulting from the collaboration between actors and systems while services and products are being requested and provided. The method makes possible assessing the consistency of...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Aug 2006

    On the Concurrency of Inter-Organizational Business Processes

    Cross-organizational workflow management has been a long way from the run-time problem of supporting distributed workflow execution, up to the build-time problem of decoupling models of public collaborative workflows from those of private, local business processes. Still, it is clear that inter-organizational processes require solutions other than just mechanisms to...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Jun 2013

    Mining the Low-Level Behavior of Agents in High-Level Business Processes

    Currently there is a gap between the high level of abstraction at which business processes are modeled and the low level nature of the events that are recorded during process execution. When applying process mining techniques, it is possible to discover the logic behind low-level events but it is difficult...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Jul 2012

    A Semantic Approach to the Discovery of Workflow Activity Patterns in Event Logs

    Workflow activity patterns represent a set of recurrent behaviors that can be found in a wide range of business processes. In this paper, the authors address the problem of determining the presence of these patterns in process models. This is usually done manually by the analyst, who inspects the model...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Mar 2007

    Business Networking with Web Services: Supporting the Full Life Cycle of Business Collaborations

    This paper describes how the latest advances in Web Services technology are paving the way towards dynamic B2B integration. It begins by distinguishing between three kinds of life cycle: the operational life cycle, the B2B trading life cycle, and the business networking life cycle. In this paper, most B2B integration...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Enterprise Dynamic Systems Control Enforcement of Run-Time Business Transactions

    Business transactions models prescribe the design freedom restrictions of the business transactions dynamics but per se do not guarantee that organizational actors perform them accordingly. Enterprise Dynamic Systems Control (EDSC) guarantees that the prescriptions are followed in the operation by performing a continuously cycle of observation, decision and control action....

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    RNS-Based Elliptic Curve Point Multiplication for Massive Parallel Architectures

    Acceleration of cryptographic applications on massive parallel computing platforms, such as Graphic Processing Units (GPUs), becomes a real challenge concerning practical implementations. In this paper, the authors propose a parallel algorithm for Elliptic Curve (EC) point multiplication in order to compute EC cryptography on these platforms. The proposed approach relies...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Aug 2012

    Thermal Assisted Switching Magnetic Tunnel Junctions as FPGA Memory Elements

    In this paper, the authors present their research and development work on new circuits and topologies based on Magnetic RAM (MRAM) for use as configuration memory elements of reconfigurable arrays. MRAM provides non volatility with cell areas and with access speeds comparable to those of SRAM and with lower process...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Uplink Modulation Strategies in 4G Wireless Cellular Systems

    New upcoming wireless communication standards utilizing Ortogonal Frequency Division Multipexing (OFDM) provide high data rates and good signal cell coverage that makes their application extremely promising in fourthcoming years. Despite of its widely recognized benefits, sensitivity to the nonlinear amplification remains still a special issue to be solved. Recent solution...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Challenges And Risks Of RFID Adoption In Manufacturing And Logistics

    RFID has also opened the door to a new era in logistics management or Supply Chain Management (SCM) respectively and to optimization of manufacturing processes. The paper is to highlight selected areas of this technology that may be critical for further RFID development and applications. In the paper are also...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Analysis Of The Results Of Audits Of Quality Management System-Sales Service Of Cars

    Mission of the "Quality, Innovation, Prosperity" journal is to dispense updated, original and by the editorial board reviewed scientific articles on the quality of work, production and life from any social domains intended for ambitious professionals, academic public and for both graduated and undergraduate students. The journal principal content will...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice

  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    Byzantine Fault-Tolerant MapReduce: Faults Are Not Just Crashes

    MapReduce is often used to run critical jobs such as scientific data analysis. However, evidence in the literature shows that arbitrary faults do occur and can probably corrupt the results of MapReduce jobs. MapReduce runtimes like Hadoop tolerate crash faults, but not arbitrary or Byzantine faults. The authors present a...

    Provided By Technical University of Kosice