Technischen Universitat Munchen

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  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Migrating UML Activity Models With COPE

    When a metamodel is adapted, the intention behind the metamodel adaptation is usually lost. To not lose the intention, COPE records the coupled evolution of metamodels and models, i. e. the model migration together with the metamodel adaptation. The coupled evolution is recorded as a sequence of coupled operations, each...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    A Network Interface Card Architecture for I/O Virtualization in Embedded Systems

    In this paper authors present an architectural concept for network interface cards (NIC) targeting embedded systems and supporting I/O virtualization. Current solutions for high performance computing do not sufficiently address embedded system requirements i.e., guarantee real-time constraints and differentiated service levels as well as only utilize limited HW resources. The...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Network-Wide Inter-Domain Routing Policies: Design and Realization

    A network's routing policy is embodied in the configuration of the routing protocols of each individual router and link in the network. These configurations are the basis on which the Internet routing protocols creates the "network-wide intelligence" that transforms individual network components into an operational IP network. Initially the goal...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Cloud Computing for the Masses

    Cloud Computing provides virtual server infrastructures for companies. The intended benefit is that enterprises do not have to buy their own hardware to provide services for their customers. Therefore, end-users usually do not directly access the raw cloud service (Infrastructure as a Service) as of yet, they use derived services...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Modeling for Fault Localization in Data Warehouse Applications

    The paper describes first results of an attempt to develop a general tool for localizing faults in applications of data warehouse technology. Genericity is achieved by a model-based approach: a model of the application is configured from a library of models of standard (types of) modules and exploited by a...

    Provided By Technischen Universitat Munchen

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    A Network Interface Card Architecture for I/O Virtualization in Embedded Systems

    In this paper authors present an architectural concept for network interface cards (NIC) targeting embedded systems and supporting I/O virtualization. Current solutions for high performance computing do not sufficiently address embedded system requirements i.e., guarantee real-time constraints and differentiated service levels as well as only utilize limited HW resources. The...

    Provided By Technischen Universitat Munchen

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Network-Wide Inter-Domain Routing Policies: Design and Realization

    A network's routing policy is embodied in the configuration of the routing protocols of each individual router and link in the network. These configurations are the basis on which the Internet routing protocols creates the "network-wide intelligence" that transforms individual network components into an operational IP network. Initially the goal...

    Provided By Technischen Universitat Munchen

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Migrating UML Activity Models With COPE

    When a metamodel is adapted, the intention behind the metamodel adaptation is usually lost. To not lose the intention, COPE records the coupled evolution of metamodels and models, i. e. the model migration together with the metamodel adaptation. The coupled evolution is recorded as a sequence of coupled operations, each...

    Provided By Technischen Universitat Munchen

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Cloud Computing for the Masses

    Cloud Computing provides virtual server infrastructures for companies. The intended benefit is that enterprises do not have to buy their own hardware to provide services for their customers. Therefore, end-users usually do not directly access the raw cloud service (Infrastructure as a Service) as of yet, they use derived services...

    Provided By Technischen Universitat Munchen

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Modeling for Fault Localization in Data Warehouse Applications

    The paper describes first results of an attempt to develop a general tool for localizing faults in applications of data warehouse technology. Genericity is achieved by a model-based approach: a model of the application is configured from a library of models of standard (types of) modules and exploited by a...

    Provided By Technischen Universitat Munchen