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OSNews 05/23/2019 17:02
I bought an IBM mainframe for personal use. I am doing this for learning and figuring out how it works. If you are curious about what goes into this process, I hope this post will interest you. Is it just me, or is everyone buying an IBM mainframe these days? What’s with the sudden resurgence in interest?
OTT Communications 05/23/2019 17:00
This week was particularly busy for OTELCO where community broadband in Maine is concerned. We had back to back engagements on the topic, starting with the unorganized territories of Penobscot County and ending in the city of Portland. A Need for Speed in Argyle On Tuesday, May 21, OTELCO conducted a public information meeting for the citizens of Argyle Township, ME. Argyle Township is about 20 miles north of Bangor in Penobscot County and is... Read more ». The post Furthering the Discussion on Broadband in Maine appeared first on OTELCO .
Inderscience (EU) 05/23/2019 16:56
Well-formed Domain Specific Modelling Languages (DSML) are devised based on well-defined sets of syntaxes and semantics. These precisions are obtained raising at abstraction levels in domain specifications. Yet, appropriate representations of constraints are also important to limit meanings of generic concepts to different abstraction levels in a DSML. To address this issue, in this paper, a constraint specification language is developed. This proposed language is capable to restrict meanings of general concepts represented in an upper level ontology - Generalised Ontology Modelling (GOM) (Banerjee and Sarkar, 2016b) to domain specific systems in a systematic way. Further, several automated methods impose distinct constraints at different l.
Inderscience (EU) 05/23/2019 16:56
This paper deals with the problem of stability analysis and controlling a power system in which a synchronous generator and renewable energy sources supply the power to an infinite bus. Firstly the investigation of the existence of the equilibrium points of the system and their stability is presented. For this problem, we derive a sufficient condition on the renewable energy current for the existence of the equilibrium points. In addition, we analyse the stability of the equilibrium points, and show that there is only one equilibrium points which is stable. These results clarify the impact of the penetration of renewable energy sources on the existence of the stable equilibrium points of the system. Secondly, the focus is made on elaboratin.
For Immediate Release Contact: Caitlin Eannello, 240-423-4345 (Cell) Washington, D.C. (May 23, 2019) – Today, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced that the White House has authorized the Agency to provide up to $16 billion dollars in assistance to farmers who are being impacted by the U.S. trade war with China and other trade...
Inderscience (EU) 05/23/2019 16:55
An approach of graph-based semi-supervised learning is proposed that consider the local and global consistency of data. Like most graph-based semi-supervised learning, the algorithm mainly focused on two key issues: the graph construction and the manifold regularisation framework. In the graph construction, these labelled and unlabelled data are represented as vertices encoding edges weights with the similarity of instances, which means that not only the local geometry information but also the class information are utilised. In manifold regularisation framework, the cost function contains two terms of smoothness constraint and fitting constraint, it is sufficiently smooth with respect to the intrinsic structure revealed by known labelled an.

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