University of Saskatchewan

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  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    A Conceptual Model for SMEs Mechatronics Supply Chain

    Now-a-days, in order to meet the demands of the global dynamic market and eliminate its disturbances, the supply chain and its integration across different organizations has become a competitive business advantage along the production processes. In particular, the mechatronic industry is very sensitive to these requirements. The authors' research deals...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    A Multi-Agent Knowledge Model for SMEs Mechatronic Supply Chains

    This paper is to analyze and model Supply Chains (SCs) in the particular context of Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) in the field of mechatronic. The study is based on the analysis of the organisational features, the actors' behaviour, and performance considerations. The development of the model relies on...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2012

    Interference Processing for Multi-User Wireless System

    This paper deals with the exploitation of Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) systems for broadband wireless indoor applications. More specifically, multiple access channels with multiple antennas are considered. Aiming to improve the system performance, an interference cancellation scheme is proposed to eliminate the interference for each user. In this paper,...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    How to Tackle Interference in MIMO Interference Channel

    Multiple Input Multiple Output Interference Channel is investigated in this paper. The authors focus on how to tackle the interference when different users try to send their code words to their corresponding receivers. They propose a strategy to remove the interference while allowing different users transmit at the same time....

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  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Facilitating Trust in Privacy-Preserving E-Learning Environments

    An expectation of trust influences a learner's participation in collaborative learning activities, such as participating in a group discussion or seeking or offering help in an assignment, and so too does an expectation of privacy. Reputation can effectively be used for establishing trust in e-learning environments. In this paper, the...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Role-And Relationship-Based Identity Management for Privacy-Enhanced E-Learning

    From a privacy point of view, Identity Management (IM) is primarily concerned with the presentation of oneself, and therefore, can provide users discretionary control over contextual representations of projections of their personal identity. In Role- and Relationship-based Identity Management (RRIM), role and relationship are used as two means of defining...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Coverage Preserving Aggregation Protocols for Dense Sensor Networks

    Sensor networks are often deployed more densely than would be minimally required. In such cases, node scheduling protocols can be used to determine which nodes are active, and which nodes sleep so as to conserve energy and prolong network lifetime. A drawback of node scheduling approaches, however, is delay due...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    CRESTED: A Mobile Cloud Architecture for Next Generation Social Applications

    This paper introduces CRESTED, a scalable architecture that is a hybrid of the recently proposed Computational REpresentational State Transfer (CREST) architecture and the Event-Driven Architecture (EDA). The CRESTED architecture supports a cloud-based middleware targeting next generation social applications. CRESTED-based systems filter user-aware content from social networking sites to mobile phones...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    CRESTED: A Mobile Cloud Architecture for Next Generation Social Applications

    This paper introduces CRESTED, a scalable architecture that is a hybrid of the recently proposed Computational REpresentational State Transfer (CREST) architecture and the Event-Driven Architecture (EDA). The CRESTED architecture supports a cloud-based middleware targeting next generation social applications. CRESTED-based systems filter user-aware content from social networking sites to mobile phones...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Facilitating Trust in Privacy-Preserving E-Learning Environments

    An expectation of trust influences a learner's participation in collaborative learning activities, such as participating in a group discussion or seeking or offering help in an assignment, and so too does an expectation of privacy. Reputation can effectively be used for establishing trust in e-learning environments. In this paper, the...

    Provided By University of Saskatchewan

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Role-And Relationship-Based Identity Management for Privacy-Enhanced E-Learning

    From a privacy point of view, Identity Management (IM) is primarily concerned with the presentation of oneself, and therefore, can provide users discretionary control over contextual representations of projections of their personal identity. In Role- and Relationship-based Identity Management (RRIM), role and relationship are used as two means of defining...

    Provided By University of Saskatchewan

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Coverage Preserving Aggregation Protocols for Dense Sensor Networks

    Sensor networks are often deployed more densely than would be minimally required. In such cases, node scheduling protocols can be used to determine which nodes are active, and which nodes sleep so as to conserve energy and prolong network lifetime. A drawback of node scheduling approaches, however, is delay due...

    Provided By University of Saskatchewan

  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    A Conceptual Model for SMEs Mechatronics Supply Chain

    Now-a-days, in order to meet the demands of the global dynamic market and eliminate its disturbances, the supply chain and its integration across different organizations has become a competitive business advantage along the production processes. In particular, the mechatronic industry is very sensitive to these requirements. The authors' research deals...

    Provided By University of Saskatchewan

  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    A Multi-Agent Knowledge Model for SMEs Mechatronic Supply Chains

    This paper is to analyze and model Supply Chains (SCs) in the particular context of Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) in the field of mechatronic. The study is based on the analysis of the organisational features, the actors' behaviour, and performance considerations. The development of the model relies on...

    Provided By University of Saskatchewan

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    How to Tackle Interference in MIMO Interference Channel

    Multiple Input Multiple Output Interference Channel is investigated in this paper. The authors focus on how to tackle the interference when different users try to send their code words to their corresponding receivers. They propose a strategy to remove the interference while allowing different users transmit at the same time....

    Provided By University of Saskatchewan

  • White Papers // Mar 2012

    Interference Processing for Multi-User Wireless System

    This paper deals with the exploitation of Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) systems for broadband wireless indoor applications. More specifically, multiple access channels with multiple antennas are considered. Aiming to improve the system performance, an interference cancellation scheme is proposed to eliminate the interference for each user. In this paper,...

    Provided By University of Saskatchewan