Advanced Multimedia and Ubiquitous Engineering: Future by James J. (Jong Hyuk) Park, Han-Chieh Chao, Hamid Arabnia,

By James J. (Jong Hyuk) Park, Han-Chieh Chao, Hamid Arabnia, Neil Y. Yen

This quantity brings jointly contributions representing the cutting-edge in new multimedia and destiny expertise details study, at present a big subject in machine technology and digital engineering. Researchers goal to interoperate multimedia frameworks, reworking the way in which humans paintings and engage with multimedia information. This e-book covers destiny info expertise issues together with electronic and multimedia convergence, ubiquitous and pervasive computing, clever computing and functions, embedded structures, cellular and instant communications, bio-inspired computing, grid and cloud computing, semantic net, human-centric computing and social networks, adaptive and context-aware computing, safeguard and belief computing and similar areas.

Representing the mixed lawsuits of the ninth foreign convention on Multimedia and Ubiquitous Engineering (MUE-15) and the tenth overseas convention on destiny details expertise (Future Tech 2015), this ebook goals to supply a whole insurance of the components defined and to collect researchers from educational and and different practitioners to proportion their learn principles, demanding situations and ideas.

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There are four kinds of participants taking part in the offline e-testing environment. They are sponsor, questioner, monitor, and respondent. The sponsor takes the responsibilities of initiating and organizing an e-testing which contains to specify the participants of the e-testing. The responsibilities of questioner are to designs questions of the e-testing and specify all the questions with QSL. Moreover, the responsibilities of monitor contain that importing test files to the offline e-testing server, managing all test that have been imported, monitoring the state of the e-testing and respondents, collecting and exporting response data of respondents.

In addition, the component distinguishes the query types. Third, metadata retrieval component retrieves meta tables. There are 3 meta tables. i) MinMaxTable stores information for inserting data on the distributed CUBRID servers. The schema of the table is {dbName, partition, tableName, column, min, max}. The column means the name of the column that is used to partition the A Middleware Supporting Query Processing on Distributed CUBRID 33 Fig. 1. The overall system architecture tableName table.

We have used the ASIS [12] to develop a run-time detector for tasking deadlocks in Ada 95 programs. The ASIS is short for the Ada Semantic Interface Specification, which is an interface between an Ada environment and any tool requiring information from it, is supposed to be effective in implementing the preprocessor. An Ada compiler is regarded as a part of the system of our tasking deadlock detector and an ASISbased tool makes use of an Ada environment which is managed by the compiler. As a future work, we should translate the current preprocessor into an ASIS-based tool in terms of the cooperation between the compiler and the tool.

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