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Received Revised A data warehouse stores information that is collected from multiple, heterogeneous information sources for the purpose of complex querying and analysis. Information in the warehouse is typically stored in the form of materialized views, which represent pre-computed portions of frequently asked queries. One of the most important tasks when(More)
This paper proposes novel concepts and architectures for location-aware seamless authentication and roaming in the new inter-working system between third-generation (3G) mobile networks and wireless local area networks (WLANs) where local mobility movements (micro-mobility) are handled together with global movements (macro-mobility). We introduce location(More)
This paper describes the design and implementation of a replicable, Internet-based negotiation server for conducting bargaining-type negotiations between enterprises involved in e-commerce and e-business. Enterprises can be buyers and sellers of products/services or participants of a complex supply chain engaged in purchasing, planning, and scheduling.(More)
We present a framework of cognitive network management by means of an autonomic reconfiguration scheme. We propose a network architecture that enables intelligent services to meet QoS requirements, by adding autonomous intelligence, based on reinforcement learning, to the network management agents. The management system is shown to be better able to(More)
A data warehouse stores information that is collected from multiple, heterogeneous information sources for the purpose of complex querying and analysis. Information in the warehouse is typically stored in the form of materialized views. One of the most important tasks when designing a warehouse is the selection of materialized views to be maintained in the(More)