Computer Science 2: Research and Applications by José Miguel Piquer (auth.), Ricardo Baeza-Yates (eds.)

By José Miguel Piquer (auth.), Ricardo Baeza-Yates (eds.)

Algorithms and knowledge Structures: making use of Genetic Algorithms to the LoadBalancing challenge (A.A. Freitas et al.). Graph Clustering and Caching (A. Mendelzon et al.). Databases and data Systems: Hybrid details platforms (M. Abel et al.). A Semantic info version method for the Prototyping of knowledge platforms (M. Campo et al.). Distributed platforms and laptop Architecture: The position of item know-how in allotted platforms (R.M. Soley). research and keep an eye on of desktops allotted in neighborhood Networks (F. Aurtenechea et al.). Logic and Knowledge: Inheritance and popularity within the Cummulative Typed approach for wisdom illustration SC (D. Ferraz de Aragon et al.). Lexical errors Correction utilizing Contextual Linguistic expectancies (K. Klebesits, T. Grechenig). Software Engineering and Programming Languages: The administration of a Cooperative atmosphere (C. Aguiar, A.C. Salgado). Combining example and ClassBased Descriptions in Hypermedia Authoring (L.M. Bibbo et al.). 38 extra articles. Index.

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Computer Science 2: Research and Applications

Algorithms and information constructions: using Genetic Algorithms to the LoadBalancing challenge (A. A. Freitas et al. ). Graph Clustering and Caching (A. Mendelzon et al. ). Databases and knowledge structures: Hybrid info structures (M. Abel et al. ). A Semantic info version procedure for the Prototyping of data structures (M.

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We would like to test the performance of the algorithms proposed in [20] using CGM primitives, and to further investigate the impact of clustering on transitive closure I/O complexity. Finally, the topic of a massive reorganization of the graph is also left open. The technique described in [12] seems to be a good candidate and we would like to merge that into CGM. We have also learned that simulated annealing is successfully used to perform similar tasks in graph display layout and VLSI component layout [21, 22].

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