This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Structured Object-Oriented Formal Language and Method, SOFL+MSVL 2014, held in Luxembourg, Luxembourg, in November 2014. The 12 papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 20 submissions. They are organized in topical sections on testing and inspection; model checking and animation; education and verification; and semantics and analysis.
Computer Information Systems and Industrial Management
This book constitutes the proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Computer Information Systems and Industrial Management Applications, CISIM 2019, held in Belgrade, Serbia, in September 2019. The 43 full papers presented together with 3 abstracts of keynotes were carefully reviewed and selected from 70 submissions. The main topics covered by the chapters in this book are biometrics, security systems, multimedia, classification and clustering, industrial management. Besides these, the reader will find interesting papers on computer information systems as applied to wireless networks, computer graphics, and intelligent systems. The papers are organized in the following topical sections: biometrics and pattern recognition applications; computer information systems; industrial management and other applications; machine learning and high performance computing; modelling and optimization; various aspects of computer security.
Data Democracy: At the Nexus of Artificial Intelligence, Software Development, and Knowledge Engineering provides a manifesto to data democracy. After reading the chapters of this book, you are informed and suitably warned! You are already part of the data republic, and you (and all of us) need to ensure that our data fall in the right hands. Everything you click, buy, swipe, try, sell, drive, or fly is a data point. But who owns the data? At this point, not you! You do not even have access to most of it. The next best empire of our planet is one who owns and controls the world’s best dataset. If you consume or create data, if you are a citizen of the data republic (willingly or grudgingly), and if you are interested in making a decision or finding the truth through data-driven analysis, this book is for you. A group of experts, academics, data science researchers, and industry practitioners gathered to write this manifesto about data democracy. The future of the data republic, life within a data democracy, and our digital freedoms An in-depth analysis of open science, open data, open source software, and their future challenges A comprehensive review of data democracy's implications within domains such as: healthcare, space exploration, earth sciences, business, and psychology The democratization of Artificial Intelligence (AI), and data issues such as: Bias, imbalance, context, and knowledge extraction A systematic review of AI methods applied to software engineering problems
This six volume set LNCS 11063 – 11068 constitutes the thoroughly refereed conference proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Cloud Computing and Security, ICCCS 2018, held in Haikou, China, in June 2018. The 386 full papers of these six volumes were carefully reviewed and selected from 1743 submissions. The papers cover ideas and achievements in the theory and practice of all areas of inventive systems which includes control, artificial intelligence, automation systems, computing systems, electrical and informative systems. The six volumes are arranged according to the subject areas as follows: cloud computing, cloud security, encryption, information hiding, IoT security, multimedia forensics.
This book covers both theory and applications in the automation of software testing tools and techniques for various types of software (e.g. object-oriented, aspect-oriented, and web-based software). When software fails, it is most often due to lack of proper and thorough testing, an aspect that is even more acute for object-oriented, aspect-oriented, and web-based software. Further, since it is more difficult to test distributed and service-oriented architecture-based applications, there is a pressing need to discuss the latest developments in automated software testing. This book discusses the most relevant issues, models, tools, challenges, and applications in automated software testing. Further, it brings together academic researchers, scientists, and engineers from a wide range of industrial application areas, who present their latest findings and identify future challenges in this fledging research area.
Twelfth International Conference on Information Networking ICOIN 12 Koganei Tokyo Japan January 21 23 1998