University of Georgia

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  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Cooperative Data Placement and Replication in Edge Cache Networks

    Cooperation among individual caches has proven to be an effective strategy to improve the scalability and performance of edge cache networks delivering dynamic web content. To date, research in the area of cooperative edge caching has mainly focused on serving client requests and maintaining freshness of cached documents. However, designing...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Client-Centered, Energy-Efficient Wireless Communication on IEEE 802.11b Networks

    In mobile devices, the Wireless Network Interface Card (WNIC) consumes a significant portion of overall system energy. One way to reduce energy consumed by a device is to transition its WNIC to a lower-power sleep mode when data is not being received or transmitted. This paper investigates client-centered techniques for...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Sustainable Economic, Marketing, Environmental And Financial Opportunities For Biogas Recovery Systems

    Livestock producers operating large-scale confinement operations, such as dairies, are looking for ways to handle and dispose of manure that are cost effective and efficiently meet odor and pollution policies. Farm level production of biogas using anaerobic digesters is one solution that helps control methane emissions. Methane is an odorless...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    H-1B Visa And Green Card Reform

    H-1B visas and green cards for high-skilled foreign workers have had an almost entirely positive effect on the American economy. H-1B visas, which are temporary non-immigrant visas, and green cards, which allow for permanent residence, are being issued at too low of a rate, even considering the decline in growth...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Simplification Of Eligibility Requirements For PeachCare For Kids: Increasing Health Insurance Coverage For Georgia's Children

    PeachCare for Kids (PCK) provides free or low-cost health coverage for children residing in Georgia and is part of the federal State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP). PCK is supported by federal and state funds and administered by the Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH). Federal funding challenges for SCHIP...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Green IS: Building Sustainable Business Practices

    A global UN survey to determine the issues dominating the future identified sustainable economic development as the preeminent issue. The report notes, 'Never before has world opinion been so united on a single goal as it is on achieving sustainable development'. The current trend in our consumption of the earth's...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    A Study of URL Redirection Indicating Spam

    The use of URL redirections has been recently studied to filter spam as email and web spammers use redirection to camouflage their web pages. However, many web sites also employ redirection for legitimate reasons such as logging, localization, and load-balancing. While a majority of the studies on URL redirection focused...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Health Insurance Coverage And The Role Of Income Uncertainty

    This paper uses the National Longitudinal Survey data set to examine the role of income uncertainty in explaining the likelihood of health insurance coverage among individuals. After controlling for a number of socioeconomic, demographic, and behavioral factors, the results suggest that individuals who face greater income uncertainty are less likely...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Selective Querying for Adapting Hierarchical Web Service Compositions Using Aggregate Volatility

    Environments in which Web Service Compositions (WSC) operate are often dynamic. This paper addresses the problem of which service to query for up-to-date information in order to adapt a hierarchical WSC, given that queries are not free. Previously, the Value Of Changed information (VOC) has been proposed to select those...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Towards Automated RESTful Web Service Composition

    Emerging as the popular choice for leading Internet companies to expose internal data and resources, RESTful Web services are attracting increasing attention in the industry. While automating WSDL/SOAP based Web service composition has been extensively studied in the research community, automated RESTful Web service composition in the context of Service-Oriented...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Integrating Behavioral Trust in Web Service Compositions

    Algorithms for composing Web Services (WS) traditionally utilize the functional and quality-of-service parameters of candidate services to decide which services to include in the composition. Users often have differing experiences with a WS. While trust in a WS is multi-faceted and consists of security and behavioral aspects, the focus in...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Throttling Outgoing SPAM for Webmail Services

    Spam has become a serious problem of Internet, and the current defense is limited to the filters deployed at the recipient side. Little known research has been applied to reduce the volume of spam messages being generated. This paper presents a system that dynamically throttles emails based on the message...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Aug 2004

    Mentoring: One Pathway To Aboriginal Talent Development

    There has been a dramatic upsurge of interest in mentoring in schools, post-secondary institutions, government agencies, civic organizations, and businesses across North America. Nowadays in the U.S., for example, it is estimated that in excess of five million youth are being served by school- or community-based mentoring programs (McLearn, Colasanto,...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    A Study of URL Redirection Indicating Spam

    The use of URL redirections has been recently studied to filter spam as email and web spammers use redirection to camouflage their web pages. However, many web sites also employ redirection for legitimate reasons such as logging, localization, and load-balancing. While a majority of the studies on URL redirection focused...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    H-1B Visa And Green Card Reform

    H-1B visas and green cards for high-skilled foreign workers have had an almost entirely positive effect on the American economy. H-1B visas, which are temporary non-immigrant visas, and green cards, which allow for permanent residence, are being issued at too low of a rate, even considering the decline in growth...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Towards Automated RESTful Web Service Composition

    Emerging as the popular choice for leading Internet companies to expose internal data and resources, RESTful Web services are attracting increasing attention in the industry. While automating WSDL/SOAP based Web service composition has been extensively studied in the research community, automated RESTful Web service composition in the context of Service-Oriented...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Integrating Behavioral Trust in Web Service Compositions

    Algorithms for composing Web Services (WS) traditionally utilize the functional and quality-of-service parameters of candidate services to decide which services to include in the composition. Users often have differing experiences with a WS. While trust in a WS is multi-faceted and consists of security and behavioral aspects, the focus in...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Selective Querying for Adapting Hierarchical Web Service Compositions Using Aggregate Volatility

    Environments in which Web Service Compositions (WSC) operate are often dynamic. This paper addresses the problem of which service to query for up-to-date information in order to adapt a hierarchical WSC, given that queries are not free. Previously, the Value Of Changed information (VOC) has been proposed to select those...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Green IS: Building Sustainable Business Practices

    A global UN survey to determine the issues dominating the future identified sustainable economic development as the preeminent issue. The report notes, 'Never before has world opinion been so united on a single goal as it is on achieving sustainable development'. The current trend in our consumption of the earth's...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Client-Centered, Energy-Efficient Wireless Communication on IEEE 802.11b Networks

    In mobile devices, the Wireless Network Interface Card (WNIC) consumes a significant portion of overall system energy. One way to reduce energy consumed by a device is to transition its WNIC to a lower-power sleep mode when data is not being received or transmitted. This paper investigates client-centered techniques for...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Health Insurance Coverage And The Role Of Income Uncertainty

    This paper uses the National Longitudinal Survey data set to examine the role of income uncertainty in explaining the likelihood of health insurance coverage among individuals. After controlling for a number of socioeconomic, demographic, and behavioral factors, the results suggest that individuals who face greater income uncertainty are less likely...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Simplification Of Eligibility Requirements For PeachCare For Kids: Increasing Health Insurance Coverage For Georgia's Children

    PeachCare for Kids (PCK) provides free or low-cost health coverage for children residing in Georgia and is part of the federal State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP). PCK is supported by federal and state funds and administered by the Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH). Federal funding challenges for SCHIP...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Sustainable Economic, Marketing, Environmental And Financial Opportunities For Biogas Recovery Systems

    Livestock producers operating large-scale confinement operations, such as dairies, are looking for ways to handle and dispose of manure that are cost effective and efficiently meet odor and pollution policies. Farm level production of biogas using anaerobic digesters is one solution that helps control methane emissions. Methane is an odorless...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Cooperative Data Placement and Replication in Edge Cache Networks

    Cooperation among individual caches has proven to be an effective strategy to improve the scalability and performance of edge cache networks delivering dynamic web content. To date, research in the area of cooperative edge caching has mainly focused on serving client requests and maintaining freshness of cached documents. However, designing...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Aug 2004

    Mentoring: One Pathway To Aboriginal Talent Development

    There has been a dramatic upsurge of interest in mentoring in schools, post-secondary institutions, government agencies, civic organizations, and businesses across North America. Nowadays in the U.S., for example, it is estimated that in excess of five million youth are being served by school- or community-based mentoring programs (McLearn, Colasanto,...

    Provided By University of Georgia

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Throttling Outgoing SPAM for Webmail Services

    Spam has become a serious problem of Internet, and the current defense is limited to the filters deployed at the recipient side. Little known research has been applied to reduce the volume of spam messages being generated. This paper presents a system that dynamically throttles emails based on the message...

    Provided By University of Georgia