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  • Feng, Yucai; Chi, Lianhua; Chi, Hehua; Liu, Chuanlu; Liu, Zhou (IEEE, 2012)
    A very promising idea for fast searching in time series databases is to map the time series into a representative space. In this paper, we propose an effective querying algorithm QoM (Querying on Motif) based on time series ...
  • Qi, Ly; Dou, Wc; Zhang, Xuyun; Chen, Jinjun (Academic Press Inc Elsevier Science, 2012)
    With the increasing popularity of cloud computing technologies, more and more service composition processes are enacted and executed in could environment. Compared with the various and approximately infinite application ...
  • Lin, Wilfred; Dou, Wc; Xu, Zy; Chen, Jinjun (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013)
    Traditionally, service discovery is often promoted by the centralized approach that typically suffers from single point of failure, poor reliability, poor scalability, to name a few. In view of this challenge, a QoS-aware ...
  • Wanchun, Don; Chao, Lv; Zhang, Xuyun; Chen, Jinjun (IEEE, 2011)
    In service selection, an end user often has his or her personal preferences imposing on a candidate service's non-functional properties. For a service selection process promoted by a group of users, candidate services are ...
  • Dong, H; Hussain, Farookh; Chang, Elizabeth (Inderscience Enterprises Ltd, 2009)
    The emergence of the World Wide Web and its influence on the fields of industry, commerce, healthcare and so on, has led to an innovative, dynamic, open, collaborative and interactive environment - the digital ecosystem. ...
  • Tung, Tracy; Jamalipour, Abbas (IEEE, 2005)
    The paper summarizes the development of a genetic-based rate control algorithm. The aspect of rate control design focused on is specifically for implementation on the link/network layers. In this respect, the underlying ...
  • Agbinya, Johnson (IEEE Computer Society 2005, 2005)
    Optimum theorems for combining QoS metrics to reduce computation time in nodes (routers) is proposed based on fundamental theorems on QoS metrics. The proposed theorems unify selection of metrics and provide the methods ...
  • Henderson-Sellers, Brian; Due, Richard; Collins, G; Graham, Ian (Elsevier, 2001)
  • Li, Sanjiang; Liu, Weiming; Wang, Shengsheng (Elsevier Inc, 2013)
    Sanjiang Li, Weiming Liu, Shengsheng Wang: Qualitative constraint satisfaction problems: An extended framework with landmarks. Artificial Intelligence, 2013, 201: 32-58
  • Jupp, Julie; Gero, John (Wiley, 2006)
    Architectural plans are design diagrams that describe building layout where space is planned according to design requirements. Style in architecture is generally characterized as common features appearing in a particular ...
  • Li, Sanjiang; Nebel, Bernhard (Oxford University Press, 2007)
    The ability to reason in space is crucial for agents in order to make informed decisions. Current high-level qualitative approaches to spatial reasoning have serious deficiencies in not reflecting the hierarchical nature ...
  • Al-Ani, Ban (CSREA Press (CD Rom), 2002)
  • Abreu, Fernando; Henderson-Sellers, Brian; Piattini, Mario; Poels, Geert; Sahraoui, Houari (Springer-verlag Berlin, 2002)
    This report summarizes the contributions and debates of the 5th International ECOOP Workshop on Quantitative Approaches in Object-Oriented Software Engineering (QAOOSE 2001), which was held in Budapest on 18-19 June, 2001. ...
  • Bernardo, Daniel; Chua, Bee Bee; Hoang, Doan (Research Publishing Services, 2009)
    This paper introduces a novel approach to a more practical Quantitative SRA. The approach formalized in this paper is based on the methods described in various risk assessment frameworks that were described by existing ...
  • Ying, Mingsheng (Elsevier Science Bv, 2010)
    The main purpose of this paper is to examine some (potential) applications of quantum computation in AI and to review the interplay between quantum theory and AI. For the readers who are not familiar with quantum computation, ...
  • Sun, Zhiwei; Du, Rg; Long, Dong-Yang (World Scientific Publ Co Pte Ltd, 2013)
    Recently, quantum key distribution (QKD) with classical Bob has been suggested and proven completely robust by Boyer et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett.99 (2007) 140501] in which quantum Alice has a fully-fledged quantum power, while ...
  • Ying, Mingsheng (Elsevier, 2007)
    An axiomatization of a mathematical theory consists of a system of basic notions as well as a set of axioms about these notions. The mathematical theory is then the set of theorems which can be derived from the axioms. ...
  • Ying, Mingsheng; Feng, Yuan (Springer-Verlag, 2010)
    Loop is a powerful program construct in classical computation, but its power is still not exploited fully in quantum computation. The exploitation of such power definitely requires a deep understanding of the mechanism of ...
  • Ying, Mingsheng; Feng, Yuan; Duan, Runyao; Li, Yangjia; Yu, Nengkun (Science Press, 2012)
    This paper surveys the new field of programming methodology and techniques for future quantum computers, including design of sequential and concurrent quantum programming languages, their semantics and implementations. ...
  • Wilde, Mark; Datta, Nilanjana; Hsieh, Min-Hsiu; Winter, Andreas (IEEE-Inst Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc, 2013)
    We extend quantum rate-distortion theory by considering auxiliary resources that might be available to a sender and receiver performing lossy quantum data compression. The first setting we consider is that of quantum ...