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The Implementation of a Network Oriented Database Management System Designed to Run Under the Unix Operating System

The Implementation of a Network Oriented Database Management System Designed to Run Under the Unix Operating System

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THE NETWORK CONFIGURATION OF AN OBJECT RELATIONAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: A REVIEW

THE NETWORK CONFIGURATION OF AN OBJECT RELATIONAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: A REVIEW

By using distributed processing, processes are split up between the database server and client application programs. The server is an object relational database management system (DBMS). The DBMS handles all the responsibilities of the server. The networking and implementation of the Oracle Database Management System (ODBMS) requires developers to have knowledge of the UNIX operating system as well as all the features of the Oracle Server. Oracle combines the data physically located on different computers into one logical database that can be accessed by all network users. The software is developed to work under different operating systems. The workstations running the database application concentrate on the interpretation and display of data.
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IMPLEMENTATION OF ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK IN CONCURRENCY CONTROL OF DISTRIBUTED DATABASE SYSTEM

IMPLEMENTATION OF ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK IN CONCURRENCY CONTROL OF DISTRIBUTED DATABASE SYSTEM

We invite unpublished novel, original, empirical and high quality research work pertaining to recent developments & practices in the areas of Computer Science & Applications; Commerce; Business; Finance; Marketing; Human Resource Management; General Management; Banking; Economics; Tourism Administration & Management; Education; Law; Library & Information Science; Defence & Strategic Studies; Electronic Science; Corporate Governance; Industrial Relations; and emerging paradigms in allied subjects like Accounting; Accounting Information Systems; Accounting Theory & Practice; Auditing; Behavioral Accounting; Behavioral Economics; Corporate Finance; Cost Accounting; Econometrics; Economic Development; Economic History; Financial Institutions & Markets; Financial Services; Fiscal Policy; Government & Non Profit Accounting; Industrial Organization; International Economics & Trade; International Finance; Macro Economics; Micro Economics; Rural Economics; Co-operation; Demography: Development Planning; Development Studies; Applied Economics; Development Economics; Business Economics; Monetary Policy; Public Policy Economics; Real Estate; Regional Economics; Political Science; Continuing Education; Labour Welfare; Philosophy; Psychology; Sociology; Tax Accounting; Advertising & Promotion Management; Management Information Systems (MIS); Business Law; Public Responsibility & Ethics; Communication; Direct Marketing; E-Commerce; Global Business; Health Care Administration; Labour Relations & Human Resource Management; Marketing Research; Marketing Theory & Applications; Non-Profit Organizations; Office Administration/Management; Operations Research/Statistics; Organizational Behavior & Theory; Organizational Development; Production/Operations; International Relations; Human Rights & Duties; Public Administration; Population Studies; Purchasing/Materials Management; Retailing; Sales/Selling; Services; Small Business Entrepreneurship; Strategic Management Policy; Technology/Innovation; Tourism & Hospitality; Transportation Distribution; Algorithms; Artificial Intelligence; Compilers & Translation; Computer Aided Design (CAD); Computer Aided Manufacturing; Computer Graphics; Computer Organization & Architecture; Database Structures & Systems; Discrete Structures; Internet; Management Information Systems; Modeling & Simulation; Neural Systems/Neural Networks; Numerical Analysis/Scientific Computing; Object Oriented Programming; Operating Systems; Programming Languages; Robotics; Symbolic & Formal Logic; Web Design and emerging paradigms in allied subjects.
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Software Design and Implementation for the Electronic Parking Brake System Based on Operating System

Software Design and Implementation for the Electronic Parking Brake System Based on Operating System

Fig 2 and 3 show the scheduling policy of OSEK OS, which are defined in the OSEK/VDX Operating System Specification 2.2.3. The scheduler searches tasks in each priority queue and then transfers the highest priority task to running state. As a result, Fig. 3 shows the example. A task of priority 2 is able to be moved to running state after finishing three tasks of priority 3

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IMPLEMENTATION OF ROBOTIC OPERATING SYSTEM IN MOBILE ROBOTIC PLATFORM

IMPLEMENTATION OF ROBOTIC OPERATING SYSTEM IN MOBILE ROBOTIC PLATFORM

The paper describes implementation of mobile robots programming process with Robot Operating System (ROS). ROS provides different tools for data analysis, facilities of multiple robots and their sensors, teleoperation devices interaction thereby targeting engineering education. An example with the multiagent interaction between agent-evader and agent-pursuer were taken as the basic navigational task. The computed behavior of the virtual agents were successfully transferred to the quadcopters, Lego Mindstorms NXT based and Robotino robots. Diverse experimental tests were conducted using the algorithms on virtual agents and robotic platforms.
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Object Oriented Secure Modeling using SELinux Trusted Operating
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Object Oriented Secure Modeling using SELinux Trusted Operating System

I n the last decade, there has been vast growth in the field of networking, sharing of data worldwide. And then comes the most extensively used thing Internet have made cyber security a very crucial aspect of research and development. Its matter of concern for both the common users and researchers connected all over the world. Despite of lot of works undergoing we are still unable to get something that reliable and silver bullet that it may provide us with complete security for our systems. Being so advanced we still lack the basic potential to create such a system that is capable of stopping viruses and accessing our confidential data from our systems [1]. The security methods developed, researched till yet are implemented in the application layer of the computers which is making our systems more prone to data insecurity. These methods includes encryption using a key i.e. cryptography, using firewalls, access control using authentication, and application layer access control. The most two burning domains are Cryptography and authentication techniques in which max research is being done. Although these are something very difficult to crack but no one knows the dynamic minds making some of probability of data insecurity [2]. To some extent using firewalls and application layer access control have helped us but they do have a drawback. These two techniques can help in stopping the attacks using viruses uploaded on internet but fails to protect from internal security issue thus finally making our system vulnerable [3].
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Operating System Challenges for GPU Resource Management

Operating System Challenges for GPU Resource Management

GPU resource management get very limited support from Operating System in commodity software of operating systems. Some of the multi-tasking, such as fairness, prioritization and isolation are not supported at all. The research society has implement various approaches to GPU resources management recently. Our research paper iden various ways towards operating systems challenges for GPU resources management .A critical issue for GPU resource management is to explore system design and implementation with missing information in open-source software. We present potential solutions and initial ideas to these open problems in this paper.
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IMPLEMENTATION OF A DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

IMPLEMENTATION OF A DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Additional systems, such as Microsoft Exchange, Symantec’s Enterprise Vault, and Microsoft SharePoint Server, are enterprise or statewide systems that are currently being used by all three branches of government. The decision to invest and put into service these three systems was made when the Strategic Enterprise Initiative (SEI) was active and progress was being made on the efficient planning of IT services. Unfortunately, while many agencies articulated RIM and business process improvement goals as drivers for these systems, a comprehensive statewide plan under SEI was never completed. As a result, these systems operate outside of a formal governance plan or integrated IT and RIM infrastructure. This makes requests for changes to the systems or add-ons difficult to evaluate and manage. In addition, the RIM capabilities available in these systems are not widely available or used.
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DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND INFORMATION RETRIVAL

DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND INFORMATION RETRIVAL

We take the index file as our basic building block and store it in the MySQL database as illu- strated in Fig. 2. The set of files, i.e. the logical directory, is mapped to one database relation. Due to the huge variation in file sizes, we divide each file into multiple chunks of fixed length. Each chunk is stored in a separate tuple in the relation. This leads to better performance than storing the whole file as CLOB in the database. The primary key of the tuple is the filename and the chunk id. Other normal file attributes such as its size and timestamp of last change are stored in the tuple next to the content. We provide standard random file access operations based on the above mentioned mapping. Using this simple mapping, we do not violate the public index file format and present a simple yet elegant way of choosing between the different file storage media (file system, RAM files, or database).
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Smart Transport Database Management System

Smart Transport Database Management System

It is a device which measures the distance travelled by the vehicle. This data is transmitted to a microprocessor in digital form to transmit the data through a RF transmitter. In the proposed system a speedometer with mechanical counter arrangement for the measurement of distance travelled by the automobile is used. The gear movement is tapped through a 100KΩ Potentiometer. So that the distance travelled by the vehicle can be determined according to the rotation and resistance variation through the potentiometer. This data is transmitted to the microcontroller for the processing and determination of distance travelled by the vehicle.
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Database Based Irrigation Management System

Database Based Irrigation Management System

In [2], the authors proposed an agrarian situation observing server framework for checking data concerning an outside rural generation environment using Wireless Sensor System (WSN) technology. This horticultural environment observing server framework could even screen the natural data on the outside remotely. In [3], a remote checking nodes based framework system utilizing ZigBee was presented. These nodes sent information remotely to a focal server, which gathers the information, stores it in database through web server and permits it to be broke down to be shown as required and can likewise be sent to the customer versatile. In [4], crop variables preceding shelter conclusion were produced by reenactment for an extensive variety of planting and ratoon dates. In this study, Olivier and Singels (2001) report on the utilization of the CANESIM model to build up a database of week by week crop coefficients for use with the Penman– Monteith evapotranspiration gauges. Coefficients are created for mixes of area, water system framework and cycle, column dispersing, beginning month, assortment and yield sort.
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Development of Prolog for Database Management System

Development of Prolog for Database Management System

We know that PROLOG is one of the most popular languages based on an inference mechanism and many expert systems are implemented in PROLOG. In the present work, we have selected this language to express the rules and a PROLOG interpreter and it’s uses as an inference mechanism, taking the initiative from the work of A Domenici et al. [1]. We have also utilized the work of Pascual Julián-Iranzo et al. [16], who have examined the extension of Prolog in order to be able to deal with similarity-based fuzzy unification and the work of R.J. Lucas [18], who has kept the options open to implementers of Prolog interfaces to relational databases. While interest in the use of Prolog for database applications is growing, the size of such applications is limited on account of the ability of current implementations of Prolog for handling disc-resident clauses. Various software and hardware approaches, such as codeword indexing, have been put forward to solve this problem, S Zhou et al. [20] have examined the reports of the comparative performances of one-level and two-level codeword indexing. In another research work F. Gozzi et al. [8], have described the PRIMO system as a PROLOG-Relational Interface. The main design goals of PRIMO include portability, modularity, and transparency. As a result of portability, the PRIMO interface can be established between any two PROLOG and relational systems; provided that the former supports a call to the operating system and that the latter supports SQL.
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Guide for installation and use of Sterling Commerce Command Line Client (CLC) in Unix Operating System

Guide for installation and use of Sterling Commerce Command Line Client (CLC) in Unix Operating System

information To be able to execute scripts to the Nets server you need to have received its public key. The best way to have it delivered is to start your first session to Nets manually. The system will ask you to save the public key. If you answer "Always" to the question about the extent to which you accept the public key, the file "known-hosts" will be updated for you. To automatically perform data transmission, it is important that you answer "Always". See the "Manual logon" section.

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Unix System Calls. Dept. CSIE

Unix System Calls. Dept. CSIE

when something happens, such as typing the when something happens, such as typing the interrupt key on a terminal, or attempting to execute an illegal instruction Signals are execute an illegal instruction. Signals are also sent to a process with the kill() system call Its prototype is:

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Implementation of Generations in Network System: A Review

Implementation of Generations in Network System: A Review

Progression from claiming versatile generations from 1G - 5G enhances the client experience with correspondence frameworks. Those system to 5G will make relied upon on propel clinched alongside 2020, which will be should address those present Also future needs of the remote correspondence frameworks. Progression in the cell division innovation organization again the A long time are demonstrated over figure 1.

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A View Environment to Reuse Class Hierarchies in an Object-Oriented Database System

A View Environment to Reuse Class Hierarchies in an Object-Oriented Database System

We introduced a new-style view environment for object-oriented database systems, in which users can evolve tailored class hierarchies (i.e. user-defined class hierarc[r]

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Mk_accounts: an enterprise-wide account management tool for Unix operating systems.

Mk_accounts: an enterprise-wide account management tool for Unix operating systems.

In addition, mk_accounts satisfies all of the design criteria set forth at start of the project. Because it synchronizes new accounts with existing passwords in most cases, only the user knows her individual password. It takes advantage of an existing encrypted network infrastructure, and all use of the tool is logged for accountability purposes. Availability goals are met by reducing the chance of human error by removing manual operations and through the use of file locking and improved error checking when modifying system files. By automating much of the information gathering required to setup an account and allowing for execution on multiple hosts at once, mk_accounts is much more efficient than older methods. Its self-install capabilities and improved efficiency also meets scalability goals. Finally, the feature set, modular design and centralized installation allow for easy addition and deployment of new features. The entire tool consists of two 500 line scripts, one of which self-replicates to client hosts as needed.
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ORACLE DATABASE ON UNIX SERVER

ORACLE DATABASE ON UNIX SERVER

Add together the user, O/S kernel, and production database memory requirements. An additional 20 percent must then be added for operating system input/output buffers to ensure you have enough memory. Round up the resulting memory to the nearest multiple of 64MB. This is done because hardware vendors usually sell machine memory in increments of 64MB. (If memory is sold in smaller increments, round up to the next memory size increment.)

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Overcoming Implementation Gaps Through A Business-Oriented Energy Management System Support Package in China

Overcoming Implementation Gaps Through A Business-Oriented Energy Management System Support Package in China

IIP and EF China are applying the results and lessons from previous work in their current work in Yunnan Province. In cooperation with national experts and a local university, IIP and EF China are combining large-scale but practical, high-quality classroom training with smaller hands-on learning-by-doing training through technical support to pilot enterprises. Classroom training will be delivered to three separate audiences: government officials, third-party service providers, and enterprise senior management and energy management staff. The curriculum includes peer learning through invitation of the successful Shandong pilot enterprise to share their experience, as well as interaction and role-playing between the trainers and trainees. Provincial and local government officials, third party service providers, and enterprise staff will all be involved in technical support to the pilot enterprises in Yunnan to build their capacity. This work will increase the critical mass of both persuasive replicable case studies in various sectors and regions as well as high-quality third party consulting company staff to scale up impact once there is awareness and demand of the benefits of EnMS among other companies.
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Operating System Support for Planetary-Scale Network Services

Operating System Support for Planetary-Scale Network Services

The rspec is used to describe a slice’s access privileges to resources over time. Each rspec consists of a list of reser- vations, proportional share values, or upper bound limits for specific resources. It also specifies the start and end times of the interval over which these values apply. The rspec allows reservation of a virtual machine, rates for CPU and network bandwidth consumption, memory pages, disk space, specific TCP and UDP port numbers, and a pool of file descriptors. Proportional sharing, rather than hard reservation, is also supported for CPU and bandwidth. Fi- nally, upper bound limits can be expressed for the rates of incoming and outgoing network bandwidth, rate at which CPU cycles are received, number of distinct IP flows, num- ber of UDP and TCP ports opened, number of file descrip- tors held, and memory pages and disk space consumed. When used for slice resource provisioning, rspecs gener- ally include only reservation and proportional share privi- leges. Upper bound privileges are used to leverage resource schedulers to control slice behavior. Reservation privileges provide guaranteed resource bounds, meaning that exactly the specified share of resources will be available during the time window. For proportional share best effort tickets, the resources available to the virtual machine during the time interval depends on the share value relative to other active privileges.
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