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

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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 learn, at present a tremendous subject in laptop technology and digital engineering. Researchers target to interoperate multimedia frameworks, reworking the best way humans paintings and have interaction with multimedia facts. This ebook covers destiny info know-how subject matters together with electronic and multimedia convergence, ubiquitous and pervasive computing, clever computing and functions, embedded platforms, cellular and instant communications, bio-inspired computing, grid and cloud computing, semantic net, human-centric computing and social networks, adaptive and context-aware computing, defense and belief computing and comparable areas.

Representing the mixed court cases of the ninth foreign convention on Multimedia and Ubiquitous Engineering (MUE-15) and the tenth foreign convention on destiny info expertise (Future Tech 2015), this booklet goals to supply an entire insurance of the components defined and to compile researchers from educational and and different practitioners to percentage their study principles, demanding situations and ideas.

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CUBRID [9] is an object-oriented RDBMS developed by NHN (Next Human Networks). CUBRID provides predictable automatic fail-over and fail-back features based on a native CUBRID heartbeat technology. However, CUBRID cannot run on the distributed system environments because CUBRID is optimized on single machine. So, it is not efficient for dealing with bigdata. To solve the problems of CUBRID, CUBRID Shard [8] is developed. CUBRID Shard can partition the data based on the horizontal partitioning technique.

A Tasking Deadlock Detector for Ada 2012 Programs 21 We have added some codes for transforming a target Ada 2012 program P into another Ada 2012 program P’. Another Ada 2012 program P’ transformed is inserted some procedure calls and function calls to the tasking information collector at each tasking information extraction point in target programs to observe tasking events. There is the execution result of Figure 1 corresponding to the program above, such that they represent that some tasking deadlocks will occur at some run-time.

TWFG of example program 4 Principle of Detecting Tasking Deadlocks In Ada 83 there is synchronization waiting relation concern tasking deadlocks: Activation waiting, Finalization waiting, Completion waiting, Acceptance waiting, Entrycalling waiting; Ada 95 has added Protection waiting, Protected-entry-calling waiting, Suspension waiting; Ada 2012 has further extended by Enqueue waiting, which is that a task calling Enqueue is blocked when a queue in implemented Synchronized Queue Interfaces is full until another task calls Dequeue for this queue, Dequeue waiting, which is that a task calling Dequeue is blocked when a queue in implemented Synchronized Queue Interfaces is empty until another task calls Enqueue for this queue, and Barrier-release waiting, which is that tasks calling Wait For Release are blocked by other possible tasks calling it until the number of blocked tasks associated with the Synchronous Barrier object is equal to threshold.

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