Customizable Computing

Author: Yu-Ting Chen
Editor: Morgan & Claypool Publishers
ISBN: 1627057684
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Since the end of Dennard scaling in the early 2000s, improving the energy efficiency of computation has been the main concern of the research community and industry. The large energy efficiency gap between general-purpose processors and application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) motivates the exploration of customizable architectures, where one can adapt the architecture to the workload. In this Synthesis lecture, we present an overview and introduction of the recent developments on energy-efficient customizable architectures, including customizable cores and accelerators, on-chip memory customization, and interconnect optimization. In addition to a discussion of the general techniques and classification of different approaches used in each area, we also highlight and illustrate some of the most successful design examples in each category and discuss their impact on performance and energy efficiency. We hope that this work captures the state-of-the-art research and development on customizable architectures and serves as a useful reference basis for further research, design, and implementation for large-scale deployment in future computing systems.

Handbook Of Research On Computational Science And Engineering Theory And Practice

Author: Leng, J.
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 161350117X
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By using computer simulations in research and development, computational science and engineering (CSE) allows empirical inquiry where traditional experimentation and methods of inquiry are difficult, inefficient, or prohibitively expensive. The Handbook of Research on Computational Science and Engineering: Theory and Practice is a reference for interested researchers and decision-makers who want a timely introduction to the possibilities in CSE to advance their ongoing research and applications or to discover new resources and cutting edge developments. Rather than reporting results obtained using CSE models, this comprehensive survey captures the architecture of the cross-disciplinary field, explores the long term implications of technology choices, alerts readers to the hurdles facing CSE, and identifies trends in future development.

Field Programmable Gate Arrays Fpgas For Fast Board Development And Reconfigurable Computing

Author: John Schewel
Editor: SPIE-International Society for Optical Engineering
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Cyberspace Mimic Defense

Author: Jiangxing Wu
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030298442
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This book discusses uncertain threats, which are caused by unknown attacks based on unknown vulnerabilities or backdoors in the information system or control devices and software/hardware. Generalized robustness control architecture and the mimic defense mechanisms are presented in this book, which could change “the easy-to-attack and difficult-to-defend game” in cyberspace. The endogenous uncertain effects from the targets of the software/hardware based on this architecture can produce magic “mimic defense fog”, and suppress in a normalized mode random disturbances caused by physical or logic elements, as well as effects of non-probability disturbances brought by uncertain security threats. Although progress has been made in the current security defense theories in cyberspace and various types of security technologies have come into being, the effectiveness of such theories and technologies often depends on the scale of the prior knowledge of the attackers, on the part of the defender and on the acquired real-timing and accuracy regarding the attackers’ behavior features and other information. Hence, there lacks an efficient active defense means to deal with uncertain security threats from the unknown. Even if the bottom-line defense technologies such as encrypted verification are adopted, the security of hardware/software products cannot be quantitatively designed, verified or measured. Due to the “loose coupling” relationship and border defense modes between the defender and the protected target, there exist insurmountable theoretical and technological challenges in the protection of the defender and the target against the utilization of internal vulnerabilities or backdoors, as well as in dealing with attack scenarios based on backdoor-activated collaboration from both inside and outside, no matter how augmented or accumulated protective measures are adopted. Therefore, it is urgent to jump out of the stereotyped thinking based on conventional defense theories and technologies, find new theories and methods to effectively reduce the utilization of vulnerabilities and backdoors of the targets without relying on the priori knowledge and feature information, and to develop new technological means to offset uncertain threats based on unknown vulnerabilities and backdoors from an innovative perspective. This book provides a solution both in theory and engineering implementation to the difficult problem of how to avoid the uncontrollability of product security caused by globalized marketing, COTS and non-trustworthy software/hardware sources. It has been proved that this revolutionary enabling technology has endowed software/hardware products in IT/ICT/CPS with endogenous security functions and has overturned the attack theories and methods based on hardware/software design defects or resident malicious codes. This book is designed for educators, theoretical and technological researchers in cyber security and autonomous control and for business technicians who are engaged in the research on developing a new generation of software/hardware products by using endogenous security enabling technologies and for other product users. Postgraduates in IT/ICT/CPS/ICS will discover that (as long as the law of “structure determines the nature and architecture determines the security is properly used), the problem of software/hardware design defects or malicious code embedding will become the swelling of Achilles in the process of informationization and will no longer haunt Pandora’s box in cyberspace. Security and opening-up, advanced progressiveness and controllability seem to be contradictory, but there can be theoretically and technologically unified solutions to the problem.

Mastering Cloud Computing

Author: Rajkumar Buyya
Editor: Newnes
ISBN: 0124095399
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Mastering Cloud Computing is designed for undergraduate students learning to develop cloud computing applications. Tomorrow's applications won’t live on a single computer but will be deployed from and reside on a virtual server, accessible anywhere, any time. Tomorrow's application developers need to understand the requirements of building apps for these virtual systems, including concurrent programming, high-performance computing, and data-intensive systems. The book introduces the principles of distributed and parallel computing underlying cloud architectures and specifically focuses on virtualization, thread programming, task programming, and map-reduce programming. There are examples demonstrating all of these and more, with exercises and labs throughout. Explains how to make design choices and tradeoffs to consider when building applications to run in a virtual cloud environment Real-world case studies include scientific, business, and energy-efficiency considerations

Guide To Cloud Computing For Business And Technology Managers

Author: Vivek Kale
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1482219239
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Guide to Cloud Computing for Business and Technology Managers: From Distributed Computing to Cloudware Applications unravels the mystery of cloud computing and explains how it can transform the operating contexts of business enterprises. It provides a clear understanding of what cloud computing really means, what it can do, and when it is practical

Principles Methodologies And Service Oriented Approaches For Cloud Computing

Author: Yang, Xiaoyu
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466628553
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Innovations in cloud and service-oriented architectures continue to attract attention by offering interesting opportunities for research in scientific communities. Although advancements such as computational power, storage, networking, and infrastructure have aided in making major progress in the implementation and realization of cloud-based systems, there are still significant concerns that need to be taken into account. Principles, Methodologies, and Service-Oriented Approaches for Cloud Computing aims to present insight into Cloud principles, examine associated methods and technologies, and investigate the use of service-oriented computing technologies. In addressing supporting infrastructure of the Cloud, including associated challenges and pressing issues, this reference source aims to present researchers, engineers, and IT professionals with various approaches in Cloud computing.

The Proceedings Of International Conference On Cloud Computing And Egovernance 2014

Author: Kokula Krishna Hari K
Editor: Association of Scientists, Developers and Faculties
ISBN: 8192974227
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ICCCEG 2015, is a main annual research conference aimed at presenting current research being carried out. The idea of the conference is for the scientists, scholars, engineers and students from the Universities all around the world and the industry to present ongoing research activities, and hence to foster research relations between the Universities and the industry.

Cloud Computing And Services Science

Author: Markus Helfert
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319115618
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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed proceedings of the Third International Conference on Cloud Computing and Services Science, CLOSER 2013, held in Aachen, Germany, in May 2013. The 8 papers presented were selected from 142 paper submissions. The papers cover the following topics: cloud computing fundamentals; services science foundations for cloud computing; cloud computing platforms and applications; and cloud computing enabling technologies.

Ubiquitous Computing

Author: Neville Anthony Stanton
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780805897043
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This special issue draws together some of the contemporary research and development of ubiquitous computing, most of which was foretold by Licklider (1960) and Weiser (1991). Computers are ubiquitous--in terms that they are everywhere--but does this mean the same as ubiquitous computing? The convergent device view posits the computer as a tool through which anything and everything can be done. The divergent device view offers a world where microprocessors are embedded in everything and communicating with one another. This debate is implicitly present in this issue.

Selected Papers In Network And System Administration

Author: Eric Anderson
Editor: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
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The emergence of network and System Administration, during the latter quarter century, as a discipline of science and engineering, has culminated in a number of paradigms for managing networks of collaborating machines. These include automatic regulation, policy based management, computer immunology, quality control procedures and even the psychology of the user-system interaction. Techniques based on scripting, declarative languages, empirical measurements, and theoretical models, spanning psychology to game theory have been developed. In this volume, key contributions to the discipline are presented through the words of the authors who contributed them. The forum for this thread of ideas has been the USENIX Association's LISA conferences, originally the "Large System Administration" conference. These conferences have played, and continue to play, a unique role in cementing a relationship between researchers and working network and system administrators. Computer scientists,engineers, system administrators and students will each find something of permanent value here. No matter what developments the future brings, these words represent important conceptual foundations of the field. These papers are reprinted here for the first time in a convenient form, along with a commentary reflecting on their significance within the discipline as a whole.

High Level Area Estimation For Customizable Array Of Processors

Author: Adam Douglas Harbour
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Genealogical Computing

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Fifth Ieee International Symposium On Object Oriented Real Time Distributed Computing Isorc 2002

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Editor: IEEE
ISBN: 9780769515588
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This text contains information on database and information systems presented at the 5th IEEE international symposium on Object-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing (ISORC 2002).

Utility Computing Technologies Standards And Strategies

Author: Alfredo Mendoza
Editor: Artech House
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Providing professionals with expert guidance on integrating utility computing within their organization, this timely resource offers a unified view of this service-provisioning model. It presents real-world case studies of vendors who have successfully implemented utility computing strategies and describes how utility computing transcends different industries.

Software Techniques For Customizable Distributed Shared Memory

Author: Satish Chandra
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Workshops On Electronic Commerce And Web Based Applications Middleware

Author: Wei Sun
Editor: IEEE
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Contains papers from workshops at a spring 1999 conference. Topics include high performance internet computing with massive Java applets, efficient dissemination of mobile agents, consistency maintenance in web-based real-time group editors, and processes in electronic commerce. Other subjects inclu