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The p-median problem is a graph theory problem that was originally designed for, and has been extensively applied to, facility location. In this bibliography, we summarize the literature on solution methods for the uncapacitated and capacitated p-median problem on a graph or network.
This paper describes some lessons learned and issues raised while building a system requirements specification for a real aircraft collision avoidance system using statecharts. Some enhancements to statecharts were necessary to model the complete system and a few notational changes were made to improve reviewability.
For the past 17 years, Professor Leveson and her graduate students have been developing a theoretical foundation for safety in complex systems and building a methodology upon that foundation. The methodology (as described in her book Safeware 2]) includes special management structures and procedures, system hazard analyses, software hazard analysis,… (More)
To answer a query, the Web server (a custom package called gws) queries index servers, document servers (cached pages), and ad servers, in parallel, and keeps trying until it gets a response. Each query may involve a dozen or more servers, using whichever reply comes in the fastest (the average query time is .23 seconds). Before the query reaches a Web… (More)