University of Granada

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  • White Papers // May 2011

    Cloud-Based Evolutionary Algorithms: An Algorithmic Study

    The main objective of this paper is to find easily available means to either use or connect computing nodes in a distributed evolutionary computation experiment, and this often means resorting to free and readily available services. Dropbox is one of these services: it is commercialized as a cloud storage service,...

    Provided By University of Granada

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    A Model of (P-GIS) for Hydraulic Protection Dams in Northern Morocco

    To strengthen the quality of information, inclusion and implementation of continuous link between different categories of actors by mobilizing P-GIS as tools for participation and methodological aid to decision-making, and help to better understanding of environmental issues and challenges related to climate change, allowing regional authorities to better analyze and...

    Provided By University of Granada

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Polarization, Growth And Social Policy. The Case Of Israel, 1997 To 2008

    In this paper the authors apply the methodology developed by Garcia Fernandez and Palacios-Gonzalez (2008, 2009) based on multi resolution analysis, to the measurement of polarization to Israeli income data over the past decade. This methodology allows one, in contrast to other polarization measures, to detect sub-populations empirically as incomes...

    Provided By University of Granada

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Combining the Description Features of UMLRT and CSP+T Specifications Applied to a Complete Design of Real-Time Systems

    UML is a collection of notations for capturing a software system specification. These notations have a specific syntax defined by the Object Management Group (OMG), but many of their constructs only present informal semantics. They are primarily graphical, with textual annotation. The inadequacies of standard UML as a vehicle for...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    An XML-Based Tool to Support Botany Learning

    The tool most used by biologists for identifying a specific individual is the identification key, and this is similar in structure to a decision tree where the user is presented with a series of choices (generally two) at each step. During their professional lives, biologists will need to correctly identify...

    Provided By University of Granada

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Prediction of Time Series Using RBF Neural Networks: A New Approach of Clustering

    In this paper, the authors deal with the problem of time series prediction from a given set of input/output data. This problem consists of the prediction of future values based on past and/or present data. They present a new method for prediction of time series data using radial basis functions....

    Provided By University of Granada

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Pervasive Evolutionary Algorithms on Mobile Devices

    This paper presents a Java framework to implement distributed applications via Bluetooth. It provides a high-level Application Programming Interface (API) which simplifies the creation of applications for Bluetooth devices in Java ME and Java SE platforms. This framework is based in client-server architecture and an event-driven asynchronous communication mechanism. As...

    Provided By University of Granada

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Consumer Choice And Merchant Acceptance Of Payment Media

    The authors study the ability of banks and merchants to influence the consumer's payment instrument choice. Consumers participate in payment card networks to insure themselves against three types of shocks; income, theft, and their merchant match. Merchants choose which payment instruments to accept based on their production costs and increased...

    Provided By University of Granada

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    An XML-Based Tool to Support Botany Learning

    The tool most used by biologists for identifying a specific individual is the identification key, and this is similar in structure to a decision tree where the user is presented with a series of choices (generally two) at each step. During their professional lives, biologists will need to correctly identify...

    Provided By University of Granada

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Combining the Description Features of UMLRT and CSP+T Specifications Applied to a Complete Design of Real-Time Systems

    UML is a collection of notations for capturing a software system specification. These notations have a specific syntax defined by the Object Management Group (OMG), but many of their constructs only present informal semantics. They are primarily graphical, with textual annotation. The inadequacies of standard UML as a vehicle for...

    Provided By University of Granada

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Consumer Choice And Merchant Acceptance Of Payment Media

    The authors study the ability of banks and merchants to influence the consumer's payment instrument choice. Consumers participate in payment card networks to insure themselves against three types of shocks; income, theft, and their merchant match. Merchants choose which payment instruments to accept based on their production costs and increased...

    Provided By University of Granada

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Pervasive Evolutionary Algorithms on Mobile Devices

    This paper presents a Java framework to implement distributed applications via Bluetooth. It provides a high-level Application Programming Interface (API) which simplifies the creation of applications for Bluetooth devices in Java ME and Java SE platforms. This framework is based in client-server architecture and an event-driven asynchronous communication mechanism. As...

    Provided By University of Granada

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Polarization, Growth And Social Policy. The Case Of Israel, 1997 To 2008

    In this paper the authors apply the methodology developed by Garcia Fernandez and Palacios-Gonzalez (2008, 2009) based on multi resolution analysis, to the measurement of polarization to Israeli income data over the past decade. This methodology allows one, in contrast to other polarization measures, to detect sub-populations empirically as incomes...

    Provided By University of Granada

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Prediction of Time Series Using RBF Neural Networks: A New Approach of Clustering

    In this paper, the authors deal with the problem of time series prediction from a given set of input/output data. This problem consists of the prediction of future values based on past and/or present data. They present a new method for prediction of time series data using radial basis functions....

    Provided By University of Granada

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Cloud-Based Evolutionary Algorithms: An Algorithmic Study

    The main objective of this paper is to find easily available means to either use or connect computing nodes in a distributed evolutionary computation experiment, and this often means resorting to free and readily available services. Dropbox is one of these services: it is commercialized as a cloud storage service,...

    Provided By University of Granada

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    A Model of (P-GIS) for Hydraulic Protection Dams in Northern Morocco

    To strengthen the quality of information, inclusion and implementation of continuous link between different categories of actors by mobilizing P-GIS as tools for participation and methodological aid to decision-making, and help to better understanding of environmental issues and challenges related to climate change, allowing regional authorities to better analyze and...

    Provided By University of Granada