University of Trinidad and Tobago

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  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    BAGADUS an Integrated System for Soccer Analysis

    Today, a large number of (elite) sports clubs spend a large amount of resources to analyze their game performance, either manually or using one of the many existing analytics tools. In the area of soccer, there exist several systems where coaches can analyze the game play in order to improve...

    Provided By University of Trinidad and Tobago

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Survey of Attacks on Mobile Adhoc Wireless Networks

    Security has always been a key issue with wireless networks since there are no physical boundaries. Experience has shown numerous vulnerabilities to a variety of attacks even when security measures are in place. In the combined Internet-MANET environment also security is an important issue keeping in view the Internet connectivity...

    Provided By University of Trinidad and Tobago

  • White Papers // May 2007

    Peer-to-Peer Execution of BPEL Processes

    This paper presents a peer-to-peer approach to execution of BPEL processes. It does not pre-allocate resources as in existing decentralized approaches. Nor does it involve global coordination for normal executions. The approach is of continuation-passing style, where continuations, or the reminder of executions, are passed along with messages for process...

    Provided By University of Trinidad and Tobago

  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    BAGADUS an Integrated System for Soccer Analysis

    Today, a large number of (elite) sports clubs spend a large amount of resources to analyze their game performance, either manually or using one of the many existing analytics tools. In the area of soccer, there exist several systems where coaches can analyze the game play in order to improve...

    Provided By University of Trinidad and Tobago

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Survey of Attacks on Mobile Adhoc Wireless Networks

    Security has always been a key issue with wireless networks since there are no physical boundaries. Experience has shown numerous vulnerabilities to a variety of attacks even when security measures are in place. In the combined Internet-MANET environment also security is an important issue keeping in view the Internet connectivity...

    Provided By University of Trinidad and Tobago

  • White Papers // May 2007

    Peer-to-Peer Execution of BPEL Processes

    This paper presents a peer-to-peer approach to execution of BPEL processes. It does not pre-allocate resources as in existing decentralized approaches. Nor does it involve global coordination for normal executions. The approach is of continuation-passing style, where continuations, or the reminder of executions, are passed along with messages for process...

    Provided By University of Trinidad and Tobago