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Computer Sciences and Convergence Information Technology, 2009. ICCIT '09. Fourth International Conference on

Date 24-26 Nov. 2009

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  • A Development of Software Component Framework for Robotic Services

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    Robot software components, which can be accessed through their interface, are reusable and replaceable software modules used in composing robotic services. Using robot software components in developing a robot, developers can expect shortening of developing times, reduction of maintenance cost and improvement of program reusability, because interoperability among components is guaranteed. We have developed a component framework assisting robot developers to make robot application with ease. The component framework consists of a specification of component model, a component authoring tool, a component composer, and a component container. In this paper, we will not only show the developed component framework, but also demonstrate its usability by applying to commercial robots. View full abstract»

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  • A Framework for Dynamic Evolution Based on Reflective Aspect-Oriented Software Architecture

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    An increasingly important requirement for software system is the capability to evolve dynamically at runtime according to the users' requirements and computing environments. From the angle of software architecture, in this paper, a framework of supporting dynamic evolution based on reflective aspect-oriented software architecture-RAOSA is proposed and software architecture is reified as an explicit entity. Notably, the concept of aspect of AOP is introduced into the traditional software architecture and a core model of aspect-oriented software architecture is established. Evolution rules and strategies are formalized to support deduction of the system evolutionary behaviors; by using reflection mechanism, RAOSA, which is causal-connected to software specification and implementation, monitors the contextual information of runtime system to guide the evolution and update the software specification, ensuring system consistency and integrity. Furthermore, a simple application case illustrates the feasibility of proposed framework. View full abstract»

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  • A Multiagent System for Touristic Travel Planning

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    This paper presents the progress in the development of a multiagent system for the tourism sector, whose objective is to give support to the tourists before and during his travel. Are presented the changes between an earlier and a stable version of the system, also is described the scenario that corresponds to the creation of a new itinerary and some diagrams designed with the PASSI methodology are shown. View full abstract»

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  • A Multi-hop Routing Protocol Based on Fixed Radio Wave in Wireless Sensor Network

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    Recently, in order to improve the energy efficiency of WSN(Wireless Sensor Network), widely research have been carried on. But, up to the present, all presented methods are based on direct communication between CH (cluster head) and sink node, and based on the assumption that node can intelligent regulate signal energy according to the distance between nodes. So it's hard to implement those methods. Based on the theory that node has fixed radio wave radius, this paper present a multi leveling routing protocol from one sink node to all other nodes. According to the simulation of the presented protocol, we have proved the energy saving efficiency and the implementation in real WSN. View full abstract»

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  • A New Approach for the Quantitative Evaluation of Storm Disasters

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    This paper has put forward the concept of storm magnitude and disaster intensity and designed a kind of new method by quantitative calculation. Storm magnitude is the quantitative index that describes the scale of a storm, and disaster intensity of storm is the quantitative index to describe the loss caused by a storm flood. Both indices have many theoretical and practical advantages with definable concepts and simple applications. With the increase of loss in a storm flood, it is of great significance to quantify storm magnitude and situation of disaster. View full abstract»

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  • A Novel Dynamic Heartbeat Detection for Grid Membership Management

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    Grid is one of the currently and most actively developing concepts in the IT community, which nodes can dynamically enter and quit system. So, there are some real problems about nodes membership management in grid environments, especially, when considering asynchronous wide-area networks conditions, where messages may be delayed indefinitely and nodes may fail. Heartbeat detection is one of basic blocks to construct a reliable Grid system. Aim at the highly dynamic characteristics of grid system, a novel heartbeat detection method is designed to solve the Consensus problem and node management according to network changing. The results show that, on the basis of the algorithm implementation failure detector has better performance. Compared to other failure detector, ours is much efficient and dependable. View full abstract»

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  • A Novel Elimination-Based A* Approach to Image Retrieval

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    In this paper, we present methodology to Content Based Image Retrieval (CBIR), focusing on developing an efficient image retrieval methodology. This scheme include: a new indexing method based on fuzzy logic to incorporate color, texture, and shape information into a region based approach to improving the retrieval effectiveness and robustness, a novel hierarchical indexing structure and the corresponding Hierarchical Elimination-based A* Retrieval algorithm (HEAR) to significantly improve the retrieval efficiency without sacrificing the retrieval effectiveness; HEAR is guaranteed to deliver a logarithm search in the average case, use relevance feedbacks to or the semantic retrieval to each user's individualized query preference through the novel Indexing Tree Pruning (ITP) algorithm , experiments show that the algorithm are quite effective. View full abstract»

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  • A Robot Motion Authoring Using Finger-Robot Interaction

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    This paper proposes a robot motion authoring using finger-robot interaction. The proposed method is a user-friendly method that easily authors (creates and controls) robot motion according to the number of fingers. The effectiveness of the proposed motion authoring method was verified based on motion authoring simulation of an industrial robot. View full abstract»

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  • A Test Automation of a Full Software Stack on Virtual Hardware-Based Simulator

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    This paper presents a S/W test automation for mobile device by using a hardware emulation-based simulator and an event manager. The hardware emulation provides a virtual hardware which enables the entire S/W stack for smartphone to run on execution environment isolated from host operating system. The event manager can capture and playback all events generated from the virtual hardware and the emulated S/W stack. While a legacy testing tool has focused on middleware and application layer, the proposed event manager focuses on full S/W stack. This event-based test automation approach enables developers to accomplish their testing more easily and quickly in some autonomous way. View full abstract»

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  • An Alliance-Based Distributed Web Service Discovery Method

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    In order to avoid the single-point-failure problem in centralized Web service publication and search mechanisms, an alliance-based Web service discovery method for unstructured P2P network was proposed in this paper. A service alliance is composed of web services with same functional properties. By using of the alliance-information-list, service requests could be spread rapidly through out the alliance. This improved the efficiency of searching services. The experimental results on the PeerSim platform showed that our approach could find targets much faster and roam over a greater scope. View full abstract»

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  • An Application of Inspection in Product Security Based on Distributed and Real-Time System

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    VI is an instrument based on computer, the application of which is one of the hottest topics in computer applications development and research fields. Remote inspection is the most emergent problem in the product security inspection laboratory. The application of networked VI becomes necessary and feasible. In this paper, we developed a Distributed Real-time Online Inspection System to control VI remotely using LabVIEW. Firstly, the architecture of the system is introduced. Secondly, the design of system and key techniques are discussed. Finally, the test of controlling VI remotely is successfully performed. It provides us a high reference value for the VI networked inspection. Since the System use the bottom layer programming technique which makes the bottom layer interfaces independent and multithreading technique ensures the system's good transplantability, stability, reliability, and efficiency. Our experiments show that the system works well in both local and remote inspection. View full abstract»

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  • An Application Plan of Ubiquitous Technology Elements for Sustainable Pro-environmental Architecture

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    Ubiquitous as ubiquitous IT comprehending ubiquitous computing and ubiquitous network should consider environmental matters that the human race of 21st century is confronting. This is one of the solutions for composing architectural environment which is sustainable and pro-environmental. The applicable architectural technologies of ubiquitous is smart-display, environmental adjustment system, automatic control system and safe security system. These technologies are limited to a level of saving energy. In order to make an architectural space of pro-environmental ubiquitous that keeps balance between inside and outside space of the building by decreasing the emission amount of CO2, the technologies should be integrated in smart display. View full abstract»

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  • An Effective Document Search Technique by Semantic Relationship Approach

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    Office applications are becoming a major pillar of today's organizations since they are used to edit a vast amount of digital documents. Finding these office documents in large databases that fit users' needs is becoming increasingly important. Traditional search tools that employ keyword and phrase matching between the query and search index alone tend to offer high recall and low precision. The search users are faced with too many irrelevant results. In order to solve this problem, we propose a novel search system that effectively searches the target documents by the search query whose definition is based on the document type, search terms and the semantic relationship between the search terms and the target documents. We present a technique that collects search terms and their semantic relationship from the documents of some office applications to generate the XML-based search indices that can effectively locate the office documents. Furthermore, our query optimization algorithm is also presented. View full abstract»

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  • An Efficient Approach for Building Compressed Full-Text Index for Structured Data

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    The self-index is a kind of highly compressed, self-contained full-text index. It is designed for indexing plain texts in order to reduce its permanent storage, as well as to enhance searching performance. Apart from being a sequence of characters, usually the text has specific internal structure. The data record, as a basic model of structured data, is therefore employed to represent and organize such form of data widespread. In this paper, we design and implement an approach to building the self-index for data records via text medium. Our approach indexes the data records through an intermediate text which accommodates aligned record fields by stuffing delimiters among them. By theoretical analysis, we give the upper bounds of permanent space of our approach in a worst case. In addition, we report a series of experimental results to validate the correctness and efficiency of the proposed approach. View full abstract»

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  • An RFID Middleware Business Process Integration Framework Based on EPC Modeling and Complex Event Processing

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    Integrating RFID to enterprise business process is now becoming an important aspect in RFID research field. The conventional business process integrating method can hardly meet the need of RFID business applications. In this paper, we introduce an RFID middleware business process integration framework based on EPC modeling and complex event processing. This framework allows users to rapidly model the RFID business process and integrate with the RFID event submitted by the RFID middleware infrastructure. We use EPC modeling and complex event processing to make RFID event-driven business process model more reasonable and to reduce the complexity and difficulty of enterprise application development. This paper explains the architecture and every component of this framework in detail, and finally gives some scenarios of using this framework to integrate RFID business. View full abstract»

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  • Automatic Synthesis of Quantum Teleportation Circuit

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    Quantum teleportation is a typical quantum circuit. We choose it as a benchmark circuit for the problem of quantum circuit synthesis. Genetic algorithm is introduced to synthesis the circuit. A simple coding scheme and the corresponding fitness function are proposed. The algorithm is implemented using Matlab's GA toolbox, and an optimized circuit structure is obtained. View full abstract»

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  • Carrier Sorting Plan and Rate of Letter in Postal Logistic

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    It is important to have the accuracy sorting plan for the save of postman work time and the fast delivery of the receipt mail. It's also very important to plan the proper carrier sorting plan at the situation where the number of pocket of letter sorting machine [LSM] is less than the number of postal code or the number of carrier. This paper describes the method for the carrier sorting plan and sorting rate improvement at the situation where the number of pocket of LSM is small. The sorting rate improvement effect more than 20% was showed by applying the proposed carrier sorting plan to 2 areas. View full abstract»

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