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27-11-2022 | Regular Paper

HaSGP: an effective graph partition method for heterogeneous-aware

Graph partitioning is an effective way to improve the performance of parallel computing. However, the research of graph partitioning is driven by the demand of practical applications. In this paper, we propose a streaming graph partitioning …

Open Access 12-11-2022 | Regular Paper

Microservice compositions based on the choreography of BPMN fragments: facing evolution issues

Business Processes (BPs) are commonly used by organizations to describe their goals. However, the existent decentralization found in many organizations forces them to build such BPs by coordinating distributed and fragmented BPs. Within this …

12-11-2022 | Regular Paper

Community detection algorithms for recommendation systems: techniques and metrics

In the early days of social networking, a community was typically viewed as a collection of user pro-files sharing common interests and likes. This community continued to grow by searching for, pro-posing, and adding new members who shared similar …

09-11-2022 | Regular Paper

Time series-based workload prediction using the statistical hybrid model for the cloud environment

Resource management is addressed using infrastructure as a service. On demand, the resource management module effectively manages available resources. Resource management in cloud resource provisioning is aided by the prediction of central …

09-11-2022 | Regular Paper

Constraint-based debugging in probabilistic model checking

A counterexample in model checking is an error trace that represents a valuable tool for debugging. In Probabilistic Model Checking (PMC), the counterexample generation has a quantitative aspect. A probabilistic counterexa mple is a set of …

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Computing publishes original papers, short communications and surveys on all fields of computing. The contributions should be written in English and may be of theoretical or applied nature, the essential criteria are computational relevance and systematic foundation of results.
Subjects include
- autonomic, adaptive, dependable computing
- parallel computing
- services computing and cloud computing
- green computing
- internet computing
- business process computing
- software evolution and mining
- architectural concepts for systems
- network science, social networks, collective intelligence

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