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Mechanism Transitions in Publish Subscribe Systems

Mechanism Transitions in Publish Subscribe Systems Author Björn Richerzhagen
ISBN-10 9783319925707
Release 2018-07-27
Pages 171
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This book reports on a novel concept of mechanism transitions for the design of highly scalable and adaptive publish/subscribe systems. First, it introduces relevant mechanisms for location-based filtering and locality-aware dissemination of events based on a thorough review of the state-of-the-art. This is followed by a detailed description of the design of a transition-enabled publish/subscribe system that enables seamless switching between mechanisms during runtime. Lastly, the proposed concepts are evaluated within the challenging context of location-based mobile applications. The book assesses in depth the performance and cost of transition execution, highlighting the impact of the proposed state transfer mechanism and the potential of coexisting transition-enabled mechanisms.



Lignin Amination for Bio modfied Epoxy Resins and Evaluation of Suitable Charcterization Methods

Lignin Amination for Bio modfied Epoxy Resins and Evaluation of Suitable Charcterization Methods Author Matthias Baaske
ISBN-10 3863594916
Release 2017-02-16
Pages 236
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Lignin Amination for Bio modfied Epoxy Resins and Evaluation of Suitable Charcterization Methods has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Lignin Amination for Bio modfied Epoxy Resins and Evaluation of Suitable Charcterization Methods also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Lignin Amination for Bio modfied Epoxy Resins and Evaluation of Suitable Charcterization Methods book for free.



Game Theoretic Learning and Distributed Optimization in Memoryless Multi Agent Systems

Game Theoretic Learning and Distributed Optimization in Memoryless Multi Agent Systems Author Tatiana Tatarenko
ISBN-10 9783319654799
Release 2017-09-19
Pages 171
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This book presents new efficient methods for optimization in realistic large-scale, multi-agent systems. These methods do not require the agents to have the full information about the system, but instead allow them to make their local decisions based only on the local information, possibly obtained during communication with their local neighbors. The book, primarily aimed at researchers in optimization and control, considers three different information settings in multi-agent systems: oracle-based, communication-based, and payoff-based. For each of these information types, an efficient optimization algorithm is developed, which leads the system to an optimal state. The optimization problems are set without such restrictive assumptions as convexity of the objective functions, complicated communication topologies, closed-form expressions for costs and utilities, and finiteness of the system’s state space.



The Support of Decision Processes with Business Intelligence and Analytics

The Support of Decision Processes with Business Intelligence and Analytics Author Martin Kowalczyk
ISBN-10 9783658192303
Release 2017-09-09
Pages 146
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In his research, Martin Kowalczyk empirically investigates the challenges of designing and establishing successful decision support with Business Intelligence and Analytics (BI&A). The results from his work elucidate organizational and individual perspectives of BI&A support in decision processes. The organizational perspective considers the processual aspects of decision making and addresses process phases, roles and their interactions. The individual perspective reflects upon decision making of human individuals including their cognition and behaviors involved in decision making. The support of managerial decision making with BI&A gains increasing priority for many businesses in their desire to achieve better decision outcomes and improved organizational performance.



On the Time and Temperature Dependent Behaviour of Laminated Amorphous Polymers Subjected to Low Velocity Impact

On the Time and Temperature Dependent Behaviour of Laminated Amorphous Polymers Subjected to Low Velocity Impact Author Andreas Rühl
ISBN-10 9783662546413
Release 2017-04-05
Pages 167
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The thesis investigates a polymeric laminate consisting of poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) and thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) experimentally and numerically with regard to its impact behaviour and applicability. After a basic characterization of the monolithic materials, PMMA-TPU-PMMA laminates were subjected to impact loadings at velocities up to 5 m/s using threepoint bending and dart impact tests. Based on the experimental basis, different material models for the Finite Element simulation are presented, which are able to capture the time and temperature dependent behaviour of the laminate. Final validation experiments, consisting of head-dummy impacts at 10 m/s on automotive side windows, were conducted for PMMA and the laminate in order to investigate their applicability as glass substitution products.