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MAAN: a multi-attribute addressable network for grid information services
Recent structured peer-to-peer (P2P) systems such as distributed hash tables (DHTs) offer scalable key-based lookup for distributed resources. However, they cannot be simply applied to gridExpand
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Retrospective and Challenges for Model-Based Interface Development
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This paper proposes a generic architecture for these tools, reviews the different approaches in light of this architecture, and discusses their progress towards the goals of increasing the quality and reducing the cost of developing interfaces. Expand
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MAAN: A Multi-Attribute Addressable Network for Grid Information Services
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This paper proposes a Multi-Attribute Addressable Network (MAAN) that extends Chord to support multi-attribute and range queries. Expand
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Declarative interface models for user interface construction tools: the MASTERMIND approach
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Model-based interface development is a new paradigm for constructing interfaces. Expand
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Semi-automatically Mapping Structured Sources into the Semantic Web
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We present an approach to semi-automatically building source models that define the contents of a data source in terms of a given ontology. Expand
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Assigning Semantic Labels to Data Sources
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We present a new algorithm for learning a semantic labeling function with the following properties: – Efficiency and scalability: evaluations show that our method is about 250 times faster than our previous method. Expand
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Semantic Labeling: A Domain-Independent Approach
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We present a domain-independent machine learning approach for semantic labeling that leverages similarity measures and machine learning techniques. Expand
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Beyond interface builders: model-based interface tools
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HUMANOID is a model-based interface design and construction tool where interfaces are specifkd by building a declarative description (model) of their presentation and behavior. Expand
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Facilitating the exploration of interface design alternatives: the HUMANOID model of interface design
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HUMANOID is a user interface design tool that lets designers express abstract conceptualizations of an interface in an executable form, allowing designers to experiment with scenarios and dialogues even before the application model is completely worked out. Expand
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Efficient Graph-Based Document Similarity
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This paper presents an efficient semantic similarity approach exploiting explicit hierarchical and transversal relations available in Knowledge Graphs. Expand
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