P. Radha Krishna

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A contract is an agreement between two or more parties to create business relations or legal obligations between them. A contract will define the set of activities to be performed by parties satisfying a set of terms and conditions (clauses). An e-contract is a contract modeled, specified executed, controlled and monitored by a software system. Typically, a(More)
—Energy efficiency is one of the main challenges that datacenters are facing nowadays. A considerable portion of the consumed energy in these environments is wasted because of idling resources. To avoid wastage, offering services with variety of SLAs (with different prices and priorities) is a common practice. The question we investigate in this research is(More)
E-contracts begin as legal documents and end up as processes that help organizations abide by legal rules while fulfilling contract terms. As contracts are complex, their deployment is predominantly established and fulfilled with significant human involvement. One of the key difficulties with any kind of contract processing is the legal ambiguity, which(More)
This paper presents a new indiscernibility-based rough agglomerative hierarchical clustering algorithm for sequential data. In this approach, the indiscernibility relation has been extended to a tolerance relation with the transitivity property being relaxed. Initial clusters are formed using a similarity upper approximation. Subsequent clusters are formed(More)
Recent research in e-contracts is concerned with the development of frameworks and tools to support contracts. ER EC framework is one that enables modelling and deployment of e-contracts. In this work, we have designed and developed a toolkit for contract visualization and enactment based on ER EC data model. This toolkit provides appropriate services for(More)