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May 23, 2018

Simulation algorithms for computational systems biology
Simulation lies at the heart of systems biology and is arguably one of the most useful computational tools for understanding, modifying, and even designing complex biological systems. Simulation techniques have already shown themselves useful in physics and chemistry... more
My Dear Peel,
Mr. Babbage’s invention is at first sight incredible, but if you will recollect those little numeral locks which one has seen in France, in which a series of numbers... more
- John Wilson Croker (1885)
Bringing the web up to speed with WebAssembly: PLDI 17

Web browsers have become a primary method of delivering applications both inside corporate networks and from corporations to external customers and suppliers. Such applications require efficient and... more

Programming Languages (D.3) | May 23 18

A semantics comparison workbench for a concurrent, asynchronous, distributed programming language: Formal Aspects of Computing

Changes in distributed-system runtime support in response to changes in technological and operational circumstances may also change the services offered to supported... more

Mechanical Verification (F.3.1...) | May 23 18

Detecting decidable classes of finitely ground logic programs with function symbols: ACM Transactions on Computational Logic

The termination problem of programs is in general an undecidable problem. However, in the context of some programming paradigms, there has been a... more

Logic Programming (D.1.6) | May 22 18

Key concepts for a data science ethics curriculum: SIGCSE 18

One of the most frustrating aspects of an ethics curriculum is that it always trails innovative computing developments; helpfully, the authors address that critical problem here. The authors argue that... more

Computer Science Education (K.3.2...) | May 21 18

A metamodeling approach for the identification of organizational smells in multi-agent systems: application to ASPECS: Artificial Intelligence Review

The concept of a code smell is defined as representing a potential problem within a system, typically a programming design system... more

Software Quality Assurance (D.2.9...) | May 18 18

Optimizing the configuration of an heterogeneous architecture of sensors for activity recognition, using the extended belief rule-based inference methodology: Microprocessors & Microsystems

The aging populations in many countries are on the verge of increasing, and the incidence of common diseases related to this group, such as dementia... more

Sensors (I.2.9...) | May 17 18

Minimally sufficient conditions for the evolution of social learning and the emergence of non-genetic evolutionary systems: Artificial Life

Social learning is defined here as the imitation of behaviors exhibited by other members of a population. In a population of humans, we might be... more

General (I.2.0) | May 17 18

Learning deep kernels in the space of dot product polynomials: Machine Learning

A very detailed and thorough description of a novel approach, this paper presents a well-motivated technical account. The purpose of the proposed research is to define a general methodology for determining “a... more

Learning (I.2.6) | May 16 18

The wisdom of older technology (non)users: Communications of the ACM

This interesting article studies the technology use of 14 individuals living in post-retirement communities in Scotland. The age range of the subjects is 66 to 86. The authors found that email and web browsing were used by all of the... more

Social Issues (K.4.2) | May 16 18

A Bayesian nonparametric model for multi-label learning: Machine Learning

Existing generative models for multilabel learning require that the number of topics be fixed in advance. This paper proposes a Bayesian nonparametric model that does not have this requirement. To make... more

Learning (I.2.6) | May 14 18

JavaScript concepts

JavaScript is the most popular object scripting programming language. It is extensively used in webpages, servers, and web applications, among others. While JavaScript was initially conceived only for scripting, it is frequently used in large applications. The... more
JavaScript (D.3.2...) | May 23 18

The technological singularity

Research progresses toward the goal of developing an artificial general intelligence (AGI), the realization of which is referred to as “the singularity.” That term carries the implication that AGI will cause fundamental and profound changes to human society... more
Philosophical Foundations (I.2.0...) | May 17 18

The network organization

Social networks are an important part of modern society. We can say that social networks partly determined the results of the 2016 US presidential election. Social networks exert their influences by a myriad of nodes and connections between nodes... more
Local & Wide-Area Networks (C.2.5) | May 16 18

Sustainability, green IT and education strategies in the 21st century

Because many definitions of the term “sustainable development” lack some element to make it objective and acceptable on a global basis, many authors accept something close to the term defined in the 1987 Our Common Future report from the United Nations... more
Education (J.1...) | May 15 18

Beginning artificial intelligence with the Raspberry Pi

For anybody looking for a fast and basic introduction to the field of artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning (ML) supported by many practical examples for one’s own implementation, the book by Norris... more
General (I.2.0) | May 11 18

Fog computing in the Internet of Things

The book is central to the understanding and advanced study of fog computing. It follows an effective model, based on eight scientific papers of a very high level, and is suitable for readers who want an introduction to the area, according to an organization inspired by... more
Real-Time & Embedded Systems (C.3...) | May 10 18

Cloud computing (2nd ed.)

In recent years, the applications and architectural specifications of cloud computing have been major streams of investigation. Besides the cloud’s technical significance at performing practical projects, it has opened a new horizon within the computing... more
Distributed Systems (C.2.4) | May 8 18

Multi-disciplinary engineering for cyber-physical production systems

Cyber-physical systems (CPS) are engines managed and monitored by computer algorithms in tight relation with information and communication technologies. Among the related topics and technologies are the... more
Real-Time & Embedded Systems (C.3...) | May 4 18

Building web applications with Visual Studio 2017

In recent times, the .NET ecosystem has witnessed a rapid transformation in many services it offers. It includes a completely rewritten Entity Framework Core that is designed not only to support multiple platforms, but also to offer features such as nonrelational... more
Systems & Software (H.3.4) | May 4 18

Analytical methods for network congestion control

This is one of the most comprehensive books I have read recently, and it is a must-read for a serious network designer. This book uses a step-by-step approach to build a mathematical model to understand, design, and fix network congestion. This book... more
Network Architecture & Design (C.2.1) | May 3 18

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