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  • JU, Lei; BANERJEE, Ansuman; ROYCHOUDHURY, Abhik; SENGUPTA, Bikram (2010-10-28)
    A multi-tenant software as a service (SaaS) system has to meet the needs of several tenant organizations, which connect to the system to utilize its services. To leverage economies of scale through reuse, a SaaS vendor ...
  • Seng Chuan TAY; Yong Meng TEO (1995-03-01)
    This paper presents an analytical model to evaluate the performance of conservative parallel simulation using a finite-buffered multistage interconnection network as an example. The model is formalized based on two important ...
  • P. S. Giridharan (1995-03-01)
    In this paper, we analyze the telecommunications services market. This is a fast-expanding market, with Microsoft's entry into it with its Microsoft Network providing additional impetus, and raising policy issues. We look ...
  • GANGADHARAN, Deepak; PHAN, Linh T.X.; CHAKRABORTY, Samarjit; ZIMMERMANN, Roger; LEE, Insup (2011-06-16)
    We study the impact of video frame drops in bufferconstrained multiprocessor system-on-chip (MPSoC) platforms. Since on-chip buffer memory occupies a significant amount of silicon area, accurate buffer sizing has attracted ...
  • TANG, Ruiming; WU, Huayu; BRESSAN, Stephane (2011-06-03)
    XML is semi-structured. It can be used to annotate unstructured data, to represent structured data and almost anything in-between. Yet, it is unclear how to formally characterize, yet to quantify, structuredness of XML. ...
  • CARLUCCI, Lorenzo; CASE, John; JAIN, Sanjay; STEPHAN, Frank (2005-12-02)
    U-shaped learning is a learning behaviour in which the learner first learns something, then unlearns it and finally relearns it. Such a behaviour, observed by psychologists, for example, in the learning of past-tenses of ...
  • Min-Yen KAN (2003-10-01)
    Uniform resource locators (URLs), which mark the address of a resource on the World Wide Web, are often human-readable and can indicate metadata about a resource. This paper explores the mining of URLs to yield categoric ...
  • Yam San Chee (1995-04-01)
    Recent Work in the fields of cognition and education has drawn attention to the benefits of attempting to understand cognition from a social constructivist viewpoint and facilitating learning through computer-supported ...
  • Chee Yam San (1994-10-01)
    From the theoretical perspective of situated cognition, knowledge is a social construction and learning is a process of sense making. A consequent goal of instruction, then, is to instantiate learning contexts and to create ...
  • RAICHEV, Alexander; STEPHAN, Frank (2005-11-25)
    We construct a minimal rK-degree, continuum many, in fact. We also show that every minimal sequence, that is, a sequence with minimal rK-degree, must have very low descriptional complexity, that every minimal sequence is ...
  • Wang Ke (1992-03-01)
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  • ZHANG, Zhenjie; CHENG, Reynold; PAPADIAS, Dimitris; TUNG, Anthony K.H. (2008-05-29)
    Numerous algorithms in the recent database literature deal with variants of skyline queries in different problem settings. However, the existing work focuses on optimizing the processing cost. This paper aims at minimization ...
  • LO, David; MAOZ, Shahar; KHOO, Siau Cheng (2007-08-30)
    Specification mining is a dynamic analysis process aimed at automatically inferring suggested specifications of a program from its execution traces. We describe a novel method, framework, and tool, for mining inter-object ...
  • LO, David; KHOO, Siau-Cheng; LIU, Chao (2008-05-27)
    Specification mining is a process of extracting specifications, often from program execution traces. These specifications can in turn be used to aid program understanding, monitoring and verification. There are a number ...
  • ZHANG, Minghua; HSU, Wynne; LEE, Mong Li (2006-06-09)
    Many real world objects have states that change overtime. By tracking the state sequences of these objects, we can study their behavior and take preventive measures before they reach some undesirable states. In this paper, ...
  • LO, David (NUS); KHOO, Siau-Cheng (NUS); LIU, Chao (UIUC) (2007-12-28)
    We study a novel problem of mining significant recurrent rules from a sequence database. Recurrent rules have the form ``whenever a series of precedent events occurs, eventually a series of consequent events occurs''. ...
  • JAIN, Sanjay; STEPHAN, Frank (2007-08-21)
    For the natural notion of splitting classes into two disjoint subclasses via a recursive classifier working on texts, the question is addressed how these splittings can look in the case of learnable classes. Here the ...
  • Eng Koon SZE; Tok Wang LING (1999-11-01)
    Providing integrated access to information from multiple, distributed, autonomous data sources has received much attention from both the research communities and industries in recent years. Having a materialized view is a ...
  • Stan Jarzabek; Tok Wang Ling (1995-03-01)
    Tools can provide useful assistance for business re-engineering planning. Activities such as business knowledge acquisition, business process modeling, performance, quality and impact analysis all can be done more effectively ...

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