University of Naples

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  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    Principles of Cloud Computing Application in Emergency Management

    Recent emergency situations in the world show the tendency that the occurrence frequency of natural disasters is expected to increase in future. Therefore new approaches for emergency management need to be elaborated based on the latest IT developments. Cloud computing is considered as a possible way to lower the cost...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    Building Blocks of the Mobile Enterprise

    The paper discusses the convergence of four major ICT advancements - big data (information), social collaboration, mobile applications and cloud computing - into an evolutionary form of the contemporary enterprise, known as the mobile enterprise. The characteristics and functions of each of these components are presented, as well as the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    Enterprise 2.0 Knowledge Management Development Trends

    The paper attempts to summarize the latest and future trends in the development of knowledge management particularly in the Enterprise 2.0 technology. A short description of the technology and its features are given. The classical definition of knowledge management is presented which is further related with its position in the...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2012

    Student Performance Prediction by Using Data Mining Classification Algorithms

    In this paper, the authors present the results from data mining research, performed at one of the famous and prestigious Bulgarian universities, with the main goal to reveal the high potential of data mining applications for university management and to contribute to more efficient university enrolment campaigns and to attracting...

    Provided By University of Naples

  • White Papers // Apr 2012

    Enabling Model Driven Engineering of Cloud Services by Using Mosaic Ontology

    The easiness of managing and configuring resources and the low cost needed for setup and maintaining Cloud services have made Cloud Computing widespread. Several commercial vendors now offer solutions based on Cloud architectures. More and more providers offer new different services every month, following their customers needs. A way to...

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  • White Papers // May 2011

    STiCMAC: A MAC Protocol for Robust Space-Time Coding in Cooperative Wireless LANs

    Relay-assisted cooperative wireless communication has been shown to have significant performance gains over the legacy direct transmission scheme. Compared with single relay based cooperation schemes, utilizing multiple relays further improves the reliability and rate of transmissions. Distributed Space-Time Coding (DSTC), as one of the schemes to utilize multiple relays, requires...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    Finance And Employment

    How does finance affect employment and inter-industry job reallocation? The authors present a model that predicts that financial development increases employment and/or labor productivity and wages, with a smaller impact at high levels of the equilibrium wage and financial development; may induce either more or less reallocation of jobs depending...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    The Role Of Relationship Lending And Lender-Borrower Distance During Financial Crisis

    The purpose of this paper is to assess whether relationship lending was beneficial to borrowers during the 2007-2009 financial crisis. Using a proprietary firm-level database of around 18,000 loans relating to four medium-sized Italian banks, the authors observed that where there were intense relationships between banks and firms, borrowers enjoyed...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Overlay/Underlay Routing Issues in Wireless Mesh Networks

    Recent analyses of the network traffic show that an ever growing portion of it is generated by user communities that share their own resources in a peer-to-peer fashion. Internet Service Providers' attitude towards peer-to-peer applications, so far, has been of considering them more as potential threats rather than as an...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    The European Unemployment Gap And The Role Of Monetary Policy

    This paper will shed some light on the debate on the impact of monetary policy on the labour market in Europe. The Phillips curve implies that demand-induced changes in inflation tend to lag behind movements in the unemployment rate, which means that a comparison between the actual unemployment rate and...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Middleware Mechanisms for Interaction Interoperability in Collaborative Virtual Environments

    In this paper, the authors discuss interaction interoperability in Collaborative Virtual Environments (CVE), intended to mean the ability of two or more users to cooperate despite the heterogeneity of their interfaces. To allow such interoperability, rather than focusing on the de-coupling of input devices from interaction techniques and from interaction...

    Provided By University of Naples

  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    Building Blocks of the Mobile Enterprise

    The paper discusses the convergence of four major ICT advancements - big data (information), social collaboration, mobile applications and cloud computing - into an evolutionary form of the contemporary enterprise, known as the mobile enterprise. The characteristics and functions of each of these components are presented, as well as the...

    Provided By University of Naples

  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    Enterprise 2.0 Knowledge Management Development Trends

    The paper attempts to summarize the latest and future trends in the development of knowledge management particularly in the Enterprise 2.0 technology. A short description of the technology and its features are given. The classical definition of knowledge management is presented which is further related with its position in the...

    Provided By University of Naples

  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    Finance And Employment

    How does finance affect employment and inter-industry job reallocation? The authors present a model that predicts that financial development increases employment and/or labor productivity and wages, with a smaller impact at high levels of the equilibrium wage and financial development; may induce either more or less reallocation of jobs depending...

    Provided By University of Naples

  • White Papers // May 2011

    STiCMAC: A MAC Protocol for Robust Space-Time Coding in Cooperative Wireless LANs

    Relay-assisted cooperative wireless communication has been shown to have significant performance gains over the legacy direct transmission scheme. Compared with single relay based cooperation schemes, utilizing multiple relays further improves the reliability and rate of transmissions. Distributed Space-Time Coding (DSTC), as one of the schemes to utilize multiple relays, requires...

    Provided By University of Naples

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    The Role Of Relationship Lending And Lender-Borrower Distance During Financial Crisis

    The purpose of this paper is to assess whether relationship lending was beneficial to borrowers during the 2007-2009 financial crisis. Using a proprietary firm-level database of around 18,000 loans relating to four medium-sized Italian banks, the authors observed that where there were intense relationships between banks and firms, borrowers enjoyed...

    Provided By University of Naples

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Overlay/Underlay Routing Issues in Wireless Mesh Networks

    Recent analyses of the network traffic show that an ever growing portion of it is generated by user communities that share their own resources in a peer-to-peer fashion. Internet Service Providers' attitude towards peer-to-peer applications, so far, has been of considering them more as potential threats rather than as an...

    Provided By University of Naples

  • White Papers // May 2010

    The European Unemployment Gap And The Role Of Monetary Policy

    This paper will shed some light on the debate on the impact of monetary policy on the labour market in Europe. The Phillips curve implies that demand-induced changes in inflation tend to lag behind movements in the unemployment rate, which means that a comparison between the actual unemployment rate and...

    Provided By University of Naples

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Middleware Mechanisms for Interaction Interoperability in Collaborative Virtual Environments

    In this paper, the authors discuss interaction interoperability in Collaborative Virtual Environments (CVE), intended to mean the ability of two or more users to cooperate despite the heterogeneity of their interfaces. To allow such interoperability, rather than focusing on the de-coupling of input devices from interaction techniques and from interaction...

    Provided By University of Naples

  • White Papers // Apr 2012

    Enabling Model Driven Engineering of Cloud Services by Using Mosaic Ontology

    The easiness of managing and configuring resources and the low cost needed for setup and maintaining Cloud services have made Cloud Computing widespread. Several commercial vendors now offer solutions based on Cloud architectures. More and more providers offer new different services every month, following their customers needs. A way to...

    Provided By University of Naples

  • White Papers // Nov 2012

    Student Performance Prediction by Using Data Mining Classification Algorithms

    In this paper, the authors present the results from data mining research, performed at one of the famous and prestigious Bulgarian universities, with the main goal to reveal the high potential of data mining applications for university management and to contribute to more efficient university enrolment campaigns and to attracting...

    Provided By University of Naples

  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    Principles of Cloud Computing Application in Emergency Management

    Recent emergency situations in the world show the tendency that the occurrence frequency of natural disasters is expected to increase in future. Therefore new approaches for emergency management need to be elaborated based on the latest IT developments. Cloud computing is considered as a possible way to lower the cost...

    Provided By University of Naples