University of Bucharest

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  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    Parameter Estimation for the Compound Poisson Software Reliability Model

    Software Reliability has to do with the probability of finding failures in the operation of given software during a period of time. Failures are a consequence of faults introduced in the code. The interest in Software Reliability models has increased since the software component became an important issue in many...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Spatial Database for Geographic Information System (GIS) Applications

    This paper explains the concepts of Oracle Spatial as a way to store and analyze spatial data. Oracle Spatial is designed to make spatial data management easier and more natural to users of location-enabled applications and Geographic Information System(GIS) applications. Once spatial data is stored in an Oracle database, it...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Signcryption Scheme Based on SCHNORR Digital Signature

    The paper is structured in seven parts, as follows. Signcryption and its properties definitions are contained in the first part. Also here, in introduction, are presented the practical applications of Signcryption in real life. In the second part is exposed the original signcryption primitive introduced by Youliang Zheng, which combines...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    The Evaluation of Geometric Queries: Constraint Databases and Quantifier Elimination

    The authors model the algorithmic task of geometric elimination (e.g., quantifier elimination in the elementary field theories of real and complex numbers) by means of certain constraint database queries, called geometric queries. As a particular case of such a geometric elimination task, They consider sample point queries. They show exponential...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    AmIHomCare: AAL System for Elderly and Disabled People Indoor Assistance

    This paper presents a complex ambient intelligent system designed to monitor and assist human subjects at their residence. Unlike other proposed systems, AmIHomCare will monitor the vital signs of the patient or elderly people in attempt to identify a potential dangerous situation and it is also capable to control environmental...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Strategic Alliances - Viable Alternative To Create A Competitive Advantage In A Global Market

    In the past years, in the light of the economic turbulences all around the world, one of the most important ways to assure a competitive advantage is creating a strategic alliance. Such collaborative ventures between firms were developed as a response to the changes which have been happening to the...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Data Quality of the Romanian WSR-98D Weather Radar Systems

    Radar measurements are widely used hi meteorology and hydrology and nowadays they represent an essential tool both for forecasters and researchers. In Romania, base and derived radar products are used as a primary tool for detection, monitoring and forecasting weather systems, especially when a severe weather phenomenon occurs. Furthermore, radar...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    New Algorithmic Approaches for Computing Optimal Network Paths With Several Types of QoS Constraints

    The problem of efficiently delivering data within networks is very important nowadays, especially in the context of the large volumes of data which are being produced each year and of the increased data access needs of the users. Efficient data delivery strategies must satisfy several types of Quality of Service...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Small Universal Accepting Networks of Evolutionary Processors With Filtered Connections

    The basic structure of an Accepting Network of Evolutionary Processors (ANEP for short) is widely met in distributed, parallel and evolutionary computing: A virtual undirected graph whose nodes are processors handling some data. All node processors act simultaneously on the local data in accordance with some predefined rules, and then...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Data Distribution Optimization Using Offline Algorithms and a Peer-to-Peer Small Diameter Tree Architecture With Bounded Node Degrees

    Multicast data transfers occur in many distributed systems and applications (e.g. IPTV, Grids, content delivery networks). Because of this, efficient multicast data distribution optimization techniques are required. In the first part of this paper the authors present a small diameter, bounded degree, collaborative peer-to-peer multicast tree architecture, which supports dynamic...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2008

    Requirements Elicitation in Data Mining for Business Intelligence Projects

    There are Data Mining methodologies for Business Intelligence (DM-BI) projects that highlight the importance of planning an ordered, documented, consistent and traceable requirement's elicitation throughout the entire project. However, the classical software engineering approach is not completely suitable for DM-BI projects because it neglects the requirements specification aspects of projects....

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  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    Parameter Estimation for the Compound Poisson Software Reliability Model

    Software Reliability has to do with the probability of finding failures in the operation of given software during a period of time. Failures are a consequence of faults introduced in the code. The interest in Software Reliability models has increased since the software component became an important issue in many...

    Provided By University of Bucharest

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Data Quality of the Romanian WSR-98D Weather Radar Systems

    Radar measurements are widely used hi meteorology and hydrology and nowadays they represent an essential tool both for forecasters and researchers. In Romania, base and derived radar products are used as a primary tool for detection, monitoring and forecasting weather systems, especially when a severe weather phenomenon occurs. Furthermore, radar...

    Provided By University of Bucharest

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Data Distribution Optimization Using Offline Algorithms and a Peer-to-Peer Small Diameter Tree Architecture With Bounded Node Degrees

    Multicast data transfers occur in many distributed systems and applications (e.g. IPTV, Grids, content delivery networks). Because of this, efficient multicast data distribution optimization techniques are required. In the first part of this paper the authors present a small diameter, bounded degree, collaborative peer-to-peer multicast tree architecture, which supports dynamic...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    New Algorithmic Approaches for Computing Optimal Network Paths With Several Types of QoS Constraints

    The problem of efficiently delivering data within networks is very important nowadays, especially in the context of the large volumes of data which are being produced each year and of the increased data access needs of the users. Efficient data delivery strategies must satisfy several types of Quality of Service...

    Provided By University of Bucharest

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Small Universal Accepting Networks of Evolutionary Processors With Filtered Connections

    The basic structure of an Accepting Network of Evolutionary Processors (ANEP for short) is widely met in distributed, parallel and evolutionary computing: A virtual undirected graph whose nodes are processors handling some data. All node processors act simultaneously on the local data in accordance with some predefined rules, and then...

    Provided By University of Bucharest

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Strategic Alliances - Viable Alternative To Create A Competitive Advantage In A Global Market

    In the past years, in the light of the economic turbulences all around the world, one of the most important ways to assure a competitive advantage is creating a strategic alliance. Such collaborative ventures between firms were developed as a response to the changes which have been happening to the...

    Provided By University of Bucharest

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    AmIHomCare: AAL System for Elderly and Disabled People Indoor Assistance

    This paper presents a complex ambient intelligent system designed to monitor and assist human subjects at their residence. Unlike other proposed systems, AmIHomCare will monitor the vital signs of the patient or elderly people in attempt to identify a potential dangerous situation and it is also capable to control environmental...

    Provided By University of Bucharest

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Spatial Database for Geographic Information System (GIS) Applications

    This paper explains the concepts of Oracle Spatial as a way to store and analyze spatial data. Oracle Spatial is designed to make spatial data management easier and more natural to users of location-enabled applications and Geographic Information System(GIS) applications. Once spatial data is stored in an Oracle database, it...

    Provided By University of Bucharest

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Signcryption Scheme Based on SCHNORR Digital Signature

    The paper is structured in seven parts, as follows. Signcryption and its properties definitions are contained in the first part. Also here, in introduction, are presented the practical applications of Signcryption in real life. In the second part is exposed the original signcryption primitive introduced by Youliang Zheng, which combines...

    Provided By University of Bucharest

  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    The Evaluation of Geometric Queries: Constraint Databases and Quantifier Elimination

    The authors model the algorithmic task of geometric elimination (e.g., quantifier elimination in the elementary field theories of real and complex numbers) by means of certain constraint database queries, called geometric queries. As a particular case of such a geometric elimination task, They consider sample point queries. They show exponential...

    Provided By University of Bucharest

  • White Papers // Jul 2008

    Requirements Elicitation in Data Mining for Business Intelligence Projects

    There are Data Mining methodologies for Business Intelligence (DM-BI) projects that highlight the importance of planning an ordered, documented, consistent and traceable requirement's elicitation throughout the entire project. However, the classical software engineering approach is not completely suitable for DM-BI projects because it neglects the requirements specification aspects of projects....

    Provided By University of Bucharest