John Cartmell

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This paper describes a novel software architecture, Competitive Workflow, which implements workflow as a distributed and competitive multi-agent system. The implementation of a competitive workflow architecture designed to model important computer-aided molecular design workflows, the Discovery Bus, is described. QSPR modelling results for three example(More)
Selected Internet Protocol (IP) Traffic Offload (SIPTO) is a feature defined in the 3GPP standards. In this paper we propose a Converged Gateway (CGW) which enables the SIPTO functionality to be performed locally, before data reaches the edge of the Evolved Packet Core (EPC) network. This feature relieves the EPC from high-bandwidth flows that could(More)
As industrialization of laboratory processes for drug discovery continues to gather momentum, the bottleneck has moved toward exploitation of this tide of information to enable better quality decisions. The development of information-management systems to automate data and materials management can have a positive impact on productivity, as can increasingly(More)
The Tracker project is studying rework in systems engineering projects. Our hypothesis is that providing decision makers with information about previous relevant decisions will assist in reducing the amount of rework in a project. We propose an architecture for the flexible integration of the tools implementing the variety of theories and models used in the(More)
An explosive growth of the use of the public internet by mobile phones along with new high speed data technologies increases the challenge of mobile data delivery. The owners of popular media typically use content delivery networks (CDN) to distribute their content. Currently there is no collaboration between the CDNs and the mobile networks. In this paper(More)