Piccoli, María Fabiana
Through this textbook (written in Spanish), the author introduces the GPU as a parallel computer that is able to solve general-propose problems. The book has a didactic approach, it includes the first steps to CUDA programming, some tips to take account to develop good applications performance, many examples and exercises.
The Network Configuration Protocol (Netconf) is an IETF network management protocol using an RPCbased communication model. It was developed in the Netconf working group and published in December 2006 as RFC 4741 and later revised in June 2011 (RFC 6241). This protocol defines a simple mechanism through which a network device can be managed, configuration data information can be retrieved, and new configuration data can be uploaded and manipulated. The protocol allows the device to expose a full and formal application programming interface (API). Applications can use this straightforward API to send and receive full and partial configuration data sets.
Denham, Mónica Malén
This work describes a two stages prediction method for wildland ﬁre growth prediction. Proposed method takes advantege of genetic algorithms in order to develope a high performance and scalable application.
Charne, Javier; Riva, Diego Germán de la; Ramón, Hugo Dionisio; Jaszczyszyn, Adrián
With the advent of VoIP transport and videoconferencing/telepresence equipment at relative low costs, companies started to use a single provider for data, telephony and video, thus causing three types of transport –with different characteristics and requirements- to converge in a single hard link. The current converging networks carry packages related to three different kinds of services (data, voice and video) and one of the usual classification criteria draws a distinction between traffic with strict time requirements and all other services. As bandwidth is always limited, it is necessary to identify and give priority treatment to this kind of traffic over...
Somodevilla, María J.; Priego, Ángeles Belém; Castillo, Esteban; Pineda, Ivo H.; Vilariño, Darnes; Nava, Angélica
This paper focuses on prediction and prevention of seismic risk through a system for decision making.
Data Warehousing and OLAP operations are applied, together with, data mining tools like association rules, decision trees and clustering to predict aspects such as location, time of year and/or earthquake magnitude, among others. The results of the data mining and data warehouse application help to confirm uncertainty about problems behavior in decision making, related to the prevention of seismic hazards.
Pérez Monte, Cristian; Robles, María Inés; Mercado, Gustavo; Taffernaberry, Juan Carlos; Orbiscay, Marcela; Tobar, Sebastián; Moralejo, Raúl O.; Pérez, Santiago
Today millions of computers are interconnected using the Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) and can not switch to the new version, IPv6, simultaneously. For this reason the IETF has defined a number of mechanisms for transitioning to the new protocol in a progressively and controlled manner. On the other hand, Internet Service Providers (ISP) will not have new IPv4 global addresses to offer in the near future due to the fact that these addresses will be exhausted. A very interesting alternative for ISPs is to use IPv6 global addresses and, by some transitional method, access the current IPv4 backbone. This...
Budán, Maximiliano; Gómez Lucero, Mauro Javier; Simari, Guillermo Ricardo
In the last decade, several argument-based formalisms have emerged, with application in many areas, such as legal reasoning, autonomous agents and multi-agent systems; many are based on Dung’s seminal work characterizing Abstract Argumentation Frameworks (AF).
Recent research in the area has led to Temporal Argumentation Frameworks (TAF), that extend AF by considering the temporal availability of arguments. On the other hand, different more concrete argumentation systems exists, such as Defeasible Logic Programming (DeLP), specifying a knowledge representation language, and how arguments are built.
In this work we combine time representation capabilities of TAF with the representation language and argument structure of DeLP,...
Mendes Calo, Karla; Cenci, Karina M.; Fillottrani, Pablo Rubén; Estévez, Elsa Clara
Government Information Sharing (GIS) allows information exchange and integration between different government departments, agencies, as well as between public and private institutions. Sharing information enables enhanced efﬁciency -avoiding duplication of processes updating the same data; better quality of processes and services- removing inconsistent data and reducing error; and improved transparency -facilitating access to information. The implementation of GIS initiatives requires technological, organizational, institutional and environmental changes. Therefore, the deﬁnition of compeling business cases is required, while studying the feasibility of such initiatives. In this work, we present ﬁndigs of our research work studying beneﬁts of GIS. Based on secondary data...