Distributed databases have become the most essential technology for recent business organizations. In most of the cases Distributed Databases are developed in a Bottom- Up approach, fragmentation exists beforehand. The optimum allocation of those fragments is the only way, which can be exploited by the designers to increase the performance, efficiency, reliability and availability of the Distributed Database in the realistic dynamic environment, where the access probabilities of nodes to fragments change over time. In this paper, a new dynamic fragment allocation algorithm is proposed in Non-Replicated allocation scenario, which incorporates the time constraints of database accesses, volume threshold and the volume of data transmitted in successive time intervals to dynamically reallocate fragments to sites at runtime in accordance with the changing access patterns.
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Increase in manufacturing activities in Asia Paceific and Middle East countries is expected to contribute to the growing demand for distributed control system (DCS) solutions across different end use industries. Increasing investments in oil and gas, chemicals, petrochemicals, power generation, and water and waste-water industry among others is driving the demand for distributed control systems in regional markets. There is rapid industrialization worldwide since the markets have begun to revive after the launch of projects that were deferred during the economic downturn. Source : http://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/distributed-control-systems-market.html
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Abstract: This article presents constructing of an evaluation framework for dynamic distributed software development (DDSD). The topic examines building the capabilities, evaluating the efficiency and scaling up the performance of globally distributed software development teams in environments that demand high operational excellence, innovativeness and other intellectual properties. Three universities and four ICT service and software companies in Finland collaborate on a research project, DD-SCALE (2014-2016). The project objectives are to investigate and develop measurement solutions, tools and work practices for managing and evaluating DDSD work. The challenge of harnessing human and social capital assets for scaling high-performing teams to fit with high-performing organizations is addressed. The research began with an explorative phase for designing the preliminary concept of the evaluation framework which further defined the research questions. The increased knowledge of...
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distributed systems , computer modelling, datacentres
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Software development is a process of evaluation and management of user requests and requirements, control of project specifications and scope, and leadership and coordination of the development team.
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Aarkstore presents Distributed Control Systems Market - Global Industry Analysis
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Today’s global business environment has placed organization’s workforce and development teams across locations and time zones. However, the technological innovations have paved way for a successful achievement of results even in a distributed environment.
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This paper considers knowledge management functions as carried out by distributed virtual teams involved in the compilation of information-based products using dedicated and domain-specific computer- mediated practices and tools. We are concerned with two primary tasks, namely depositing shared assets and assembling information-based artefacts by appropriating the benefits of virtual networking. Moreover, these tasks are considered from the perspective of the Social Experience Factory (SEF) — a platform enabling rich collaborative interactions between geographically dispersed members of communities of practice. The SEF incorporates domain-specific workflows and several model-based tools to facilitate systematic accumulation and reuse of collaborative artefacts. An account of these is provided by discussing current implementation in the context of a pilot application.
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Multi-Objective Optimization Using Asynchronous Distributed Applications
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Distributed hydrological models: comparison between TOPKAPI, a physically based model and TETIS, a conceptually based model
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