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  • White Papers // Jul 2012

    Mining Longest Common Subsequence and Other Related Patterns Using DNA Operations

    Longest Common Subsequence (LCS) and Shortest Common Subsequence (SCS) problems are to find subsequences in given sequences in which the subsequence is as long as possible and as short as possible subsequence respectively. These subsequences are not necessarily contiguous or unique. In this paper, the authors have proposed two new...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Energy Saving Scheduler for Node Cooperation Over a Two Radio Link Hierarchical Cluster

    Recent years have witnessed an explosive growth of wireless technologies and applications. Coupled with the widespread implementation of wired Internet, at a global scale, new kinds of multimedia applications were developed and implemented. Contrary to the scenario of voice applications, typical of 2G and 2.5G cellular networks, these new applications...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Open Source Workflow Management Systems: A Concise Survey

    The use of open source Workflow Management Systems (WfMS) is appealing for organizations due to its low or inexistent cost and its customization capabilities. In this paper the authors analyze ten different open source WfMS using a framework that offers decision makers a starting point for selecting a workflow solution....

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  • White Papers // Jun 2008

    Business Process Knowledge Integration - A Semantic Based Approach

    Knowledge about business processes is one of the most important assets of a modern organization. The knowledge about how an organization works, achieves its business goals, satisfies its customers' requirements and how agile the company is in these respects is essential for its various stakeholders inside and outside of the...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2008

    The Business Process Knowledge Framework

    Organizations today are confronted with huge problems regarding following and implementing their own business process models. On the one hand, due to a lack of planning and requirements analysis, process models are often unfeasible or difficult to execute in practice. On the other hand, process designers often ignore the importance...

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  • White Papers // May 2008

    Rating Agencies Interoperation for Peer-to-Peer Online Transactions

    In current peer-to-peer systems users interact with unknown services and users for the purpose of online transactions such as file sharing and trading of commodities. Peer-to-Peer reputation systems allow users to assess the trustworthiness of unknown entities based on subjective feedback from the other peers. However, this cannot constitute sufficient...

    Provided By University of Madeira

  • White Papers // Jul 2012

    Mining Longest Common Subsequence and Other Related Patterns Using DNA Operations

    Longest Common Subsequence (LCS) and Shortest Common Subsequence (SCS) problems are to find subsequences in given sequences in which the subsequence is as long as possible and as short as possible subsequence respectively. These subsequences are not necessarily contiguous or unique. In this paper, the authors have proposed two new...

    Provided By University of Madeira

  • White Papers // Jun 2008

    Business Process Knowledge Integration - A Semantic Based Approach

    Knowledge about business processes is one of the most important assets of a modern organization. The knowledge about how an organization works, achieves its business goals, satisfies its customers' requirements and how agile the company is in these respects is essential for its various stakeholders inside and outside of the...

    Provided By University of Madeira

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Open Source Workflow Management Systems: A Concise Survey

    The use of open source Workflow Management Systems (WfMS) is appealing for organizations due to its low or inexistent cost and its customization capabilities. In this paper the authors analyze ten different open source WfMS using a framework that offers decision makers a starting point for selecting a workflow solution....

    Provided By University of Madeira

  • White Papers // Jun 2008

    The Business Process Knowledge Framework

    Organizations today are confronted with huge problems regarding following and implementing their own business process models. On the one hand, due to a lack of planning and requirements analysis, process models are often unfeasible or difficult to execute in practice. On the other hand, process designers often ignore the importance...

    Provided By University of Madeira

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Energy Saving Scheduler for Node Cooperation Over a Two Radio Link Hierarchical Cluster

    Recent years have witnessed an explosive growth of wireless technologies and applications. Coupled with the widespread implementation of wired Internet, at a global scale, new kinds of multimedia applications were developed and implemented. Contrary to the scenario of voice applications, typical of 2G and 2.5G cellular networks, these new applications...

    Provided By University of Madeira

  • White Papers // May 2008

    Rating Agencies Interoperation for Peer-to-Peer Online Transactions

    In current peer-to-peer systems users interact with unknown services and users for the purpose of online transactions such as file sharing and trading of commodities. Peer-to-Peer reputation systems allow users to assess the trustworthiness of unknown entities based on subjective feedback from the other peers. However, this cannot constitute sufficient...

    Provided By University of Madeira