Ankur Jain

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There have been a number of recent proposals for distributed monitoring infrastructures. We argue that a vital missing component from these proposals is a distributed triggering mechanism, by which nodes in the system can proactively work together to maintain invariants and constraints over the system-wide behavior. Without such a triggering component ,(More)
  • Pradeep Suresh, Girish Joglekar, Shuohuan Hsu, Pavan Akkisetty, Leaelaf Hailemariam, Ankur Jain +2 others
  • 2008
In this paper we describe OntoMODEL, an ontological mathematical model management tool that facilitates systematic, standardizable methods for model storage, use and solving. While the declarative knowledge in mathematical models has been captured using ontologies, the procedural knowledge required for solving these models has been handled by commercially(More)
The compelling drivers for the pharmaceutical industry are minimizing the time between a drug's discovery and its delivery to the marketplace, and maintaining high productivity in the manufacturing processes. During a product's lifecycle many complex decisions must be made to achieve these goals. To better support the development and manufacturing processes(More)
People of the modern world are using social network Web sites to communicate with others either known or unknown, for getting opinions of others and giving their opinions to others. The post, weblogs, effects or affects human mind, at least for some time. These posts take a part in choosing their decisions and play an important role. But the information(More)
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