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17-02-2018

Time and activity sequence prediction of business process instances

The ability to know in advance the trend of running process instances, with respect to different features, such as the expected completion time, would allow business managers to timely counteract to undesired situations, in order to prevent …

16-02-2018

Programming guidelines for improving software resiliency against soft-errors without performance overhead

A large percentage of soft-errors which alters a computer system are inherently derated (masked) due to the structural features of software. The higher usage of error-derating structures in a computer program leads to the higher resiliency.

06-02-2018

A Dynamic traffic-aware energy-efficient algorithm based on sleep-scheduling for autonomous systems

Over recent years, energy conservation of Internet infrastructure has attracted a great deal of attention to reduce the economical cost and environmental pollution produced by networking sectors. Due to over-provisioning of networking resources …

01-02-2018

Evaluation of the computational efficacy in GPU-accelerated simulations of spiking neurons

To understand the mechanism of information processing by a biological neural network, computer simulation of a large-scale spiking neural network is an important method. However, because of a high computation cost of the simulation of a …

29-01-2018

A program slicing-based method for effective detection of coincidentally correct test cases

Despite the proven applicability of the spectrum-based fault localization (SBFL) methods, their effectiveness may be degraded due to the presence of coincidental correctness, which occurs when faults fail to propagate, i.e., their execution does …

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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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