Universidad Nacional de La Plata

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  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    The Seven Ages of Fortran

    When IBM's John Backus first developed the Fortran programming language, back in 1957, he certainly never dream that it would become a world-wide success and still be going strong many years later. Given the oft-repeated predictions of its imminent demise, starting around 1968, it is a surprise, even to some...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    E-Mail Processing with Fuzzy SOMs and Association Rules

    E-mail texts are hard to process due to their short length. In this paper, the use of a diffuse neural network that is capable of identifying the most relevant terms in a set of e-mails is proposed. The associations between these terms will be measured through association rules built with...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Service Cloud for Information Retrieval From Multiple Origins

    One of the main intents of all digital libraries is to provide wide access to academic resources. Several tools and techniques are available to achieve this goal; some of them focus on harvest and storage of resources while others on retrieval and presentation. The heterogeneity of protocols, metadata formats and...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    4-(N2-1) Puzzle: Parallelization and Performance on Clusters

    One of the areas of interest in parallel computing in recent years has been search processing in graphs. Discrete Optimization Problems (DOP) comprise a large number of areas and are often solved with search algorithms that browse the state space of the problem to reach a "Solution" state that minimizes...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Dynamic Generation of Test Cases with Metaheuristics

    The resolution of optimization problems is of great interest nowadays and has encouraged the development of various information technology methods to attempt solving them. There are several problems related to Software Engineering that can be solved by using this approach. In this paper, a new alternative based on the combination...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Using Combination of Actions in Reinforcement Learning

    Software agents are programs that can observe their environment and act in an attempt to reach their design goals. In most cases the selection of particular agent architecture determines the behaviour in response to the different problem states However, there are some problem domains in which it is desirable that...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Automatic Mapping Tasks to Cores - Evaluating AMTHA Algorithm in Multicore Architectures

    A cluster is a parallel processing system formed by a set of PCs interconnected over some kind of network and that cooperate as if they were an "Only and integrated" resource, regardless of the physical distribution of its components. When two or more clusters are connected over a LAN or...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Platform for Collection from Heterogeneous Web Sources and its Application to a Semantic Repository Organization at SeDiCI: Preliminaries

    Presentation of a web collection platform designed to relate and unify information available on different standard web sources with a view to creating a user-browseable thematic repository. The platform will be used at the Intellectual Creation Diffusion Service combined with ontologies and thesaurus to provide improved data sorting. Data is...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Wireless Mesh Networking: Low Cost Internet Connectivity. a Test Bed for Its Possible Implementation and Community Actions in a Barrio "Carenciado", Argentina

    A very poor neighborhood in Argentina that has many features of lower middle class is called "Barrio carenciado." Many heads of the families are unemployed and although children have access to schools it is common that they do not finish their basic instruction. In many cases NGOs play a fundamental...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Grid Operating Systems/Middlewares and New Virtualization Techniques

    As grid technology gets absorbed into enterprise fabrics, it could become inseparable from technologies such as virtualization and service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) and the creation of enterprise utilities. Virtualization could deliver the dream of grid computing. Virtual machines and virtual appliances - together with distributed storage facilities and network overlays -...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Grid Operating Systems/Middlewares and New Virtualization Techniques

    As grid technology gets absorbed into enterprise fabrics, it could become inseparable from technologies such as virtualization and service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) and the creation of enterprise utilities. Virtualization could deliver the dream of grid computing. Virtual machines and virtual appliances - together with distributed storage facilities and network overlays -...

    Provided By Universidad Nacional de La Plata

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Automatic Mapping Tasks to Cores - Evaluating AMTHA Algorithm in Multicore Architectures

    A cluster is a parallel processing system formed by a set of PCs interconnected over some kind of network and that cooperate as if they were an "Only and integrated" resource, regardless of the physical distribution of its components. When two or more clusters are connected over a LAN or...

    Provided By Universidad Nacional de La Plata

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Service Cloud for Information Retrieval From Multiple Origins

    One of the main intents of all digital libraries is to provide wide access to academic resources. Several tools and techniques are available to achieve this goal; some of them focus on harvest and storage of resources while others on retrieval and presentation. The heterogeneity of protocols, metadata formats and...

    Provided By Universidad Nacional de La Plata

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Wireless Mesh Networking: Low Cost Internet Connectivity. a Test Bed for Its Possible Implementation and Community Actions in a Barrio "Carenciado", Argentina

    A very poor neighborhood in Argentina that has many features of lower middle class is called "Barrio carenciado." Many heads of the families are unemployed and although children have access to schools it is common that they do not finish their basic instruction. In many cases NGOs play a fundamental...

    Provided By Universidad Nacional de La Plata

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Platform for Collection from Heterogeneous Web Sources and its Application to a Semantic Repository Organization at SeDiCI: Preliminaries

    Presentation of a web collection platform designed to relate and unify information available on different standard web sources with a view to creating a user-browseable thematic repository. The platform will be used at the Intellectual Creation Diffusion Service combined with ontologies and thesaurus to provide improved data sorting. Data is...

    Provided By Universidad Nacional de La Plata

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Using Combination of Actions in Reinforcement Learning

    Software agents are programs that can observe their environment and act in an attempt to reach their design goals. In most cases the selection of particular agent architecture determines the behaviour in response to the different problem states However, there are some problem domains in which it is desirable that...

    Provided By Universidad Nacional de La Plata

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    4-(N2-1) Puzzle: Parallelization and Performance on Clusters

    One of the areas of interest in parallel computing in recent years has been search processing in graphs. Discrete Optimization Problems (DOP) comprise a large number of areas and are often solved with search algorithms that browse the state space of the problem to reach a "Solution" state that minimizes...

    Provided By Universidad Nacional de La Plata

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Dynamic Generation of Test Cases with Metaheuristics

    The resolution of optimization problems is of great interest nowadays and has encouraged the development of various information technology methods to attempt solving them. There are several problems related to Software Engineering that can be solved by using this approach. In this paper, a new alternative based on the combination...

    Provided By Universidad Nacional de La Plata

  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    The Seven Ages of Fortran

    When IBM's John Backus first developed the Fortran programming language, back in 1957, he certainly never dream that it would become a world-wide success and still be going strong many years later. Given the oft-repeated predictions of its imminent demise, starting around 1968, it is a surprise, even to some...

    Provided By Universidad Nacional de La Plata

  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    E-Mail Processing with Fuzzy SOMs and Association Rules

    E-mail texts are hard to process due to their short length. In this paper, the use of a diffuse neural network that is capable of identifying the most relevant terms in a set of e-mails is proposed. The associations between these terms will be measured through association rules built with...

    Provided By Universidad Nacional de La Plata