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Recognition of primitives in technical drawings is the first stage in their higher level interpretation. It calls for processing of voluminous scanned raster files. This is a difficult task if each pixel must be addressed at least once, as required by Hough transform or thinning-based methods. This work presents a set of algorithms that recognize drawing(More)
Deploying lightweight tasks individually on grid resources would lead to a situation where communication overhead dominates the overall application processing time. The communication overhead can be reduced if we group the lightweight tasks at the meta-scheduler before the deployment. However, there is a necessity to limit the number of tasks in a group in(More)
BACKGROUND/AIMS Hepatocellular carcinoma is commonly found in Asian countries and prognosis still remains unsatisfactory due to recurrence after surgical tumor resection. METHODOLOGY We try to demonstrate the recurrence and survival time in 99 surgical patients grading by tumor cellular differentiation from surgical specimen. RESULTS The rates of well,(More)
 An unorganized deployment of grid applications with a large amount of fine-grain jobs would let the communication overhead dominate the overall processing time, resulting in a low computation-communication ratio. Grid’s dynamic nature complicates the planning of the job scheduling activity for minimizing the application processing time. This paper(More)
Deploying lightweight tasks on grid resources would let the communication overhead dominate the overall application processing time. Our aim is to increase the resulting computation-communication ratio by adjusting the task granularity at the grid scheduler. We propose an on-line scheduling algorithm which performs task grouping to support an unlimited(More)
The objective of this paper is to propose an approach to describe patterns in remote-sensed images utilising fuzzy logic. The general form of a linguistically quantified proposition is “QY’s are F” where Q is a fuzzy linguistic quantifier, Y is a class of objects and F is a summary that applies to that class. The truth of such a proposition can be(More)
With the wide availability of chip multi-processing (CMP), software developers are now facing the task of effectively parallelizing their software code. Once they have identified the areas of parallelization, they will need to know the level of code granularity needed to ensure profitable execution. Furthermore, this problem multiplies itself with different(More)
The overhead of processing fine-grain tasks on a grid induces the need for batch processing or task group deployment in order to minimise overall application turnaround time. When deciding the granularity of a batch, the processing requirements of each task should be considered as well as the utilisation constraints of the interconnecting network and the(More)
Frameworks are increasingly employed as a useful way to enable object-oriented reuse. However, their size and complexity make understanding how to use them difficult. Previous work concentrated on different ways to document frameworks, but it was unclear which ones actually were better. This paper presents a novel way of investigating the sequences of three(More)
0045-7906/$ see front matter 2012 Elsevier Ltd http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.compeleceng.2012.10.01 q Reviews processed and recommended for publi ⇑ Corresponding author. Tel.: +60 (3) 83125235; E-mail address: ian@mmu.edu.my (I.K.T. Tan). The introduction of multicore microprocessors has enabled smaller organizations to invest in high performance shared(More)