Advances in Services Computing: 9th Asia-Pacific Services by Lina Yao, Xia Xie, Qingchen Zhang, Laurence T. Yang, Albert

By Lina Yao, Xia Xie, Qingchen Zhang, Laurence T. Yang, Albert Y. Zomaya, Hai Jin

This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the ninth Asia-Pacific providers Computing convention, APSCC 2015, held in Bangkok, Thailand, in December 2015.

The 17 revised complete papers and six brief papers awarded have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a variety of submissions. The papers conceal quite a lot of subject matters in providers computing, net companies, cloud computing, protection in providers, and social, peer-to-peer, cellular, ubiquitous and pervasive computing.

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Columns 5, 6 and 7 show the time taken by Quine McCluskey, our method and CUDD Implementation respectively. As evident from Table 1, our A Framework for Fast Service Verification and Query Execution 31 method takes much less time as compared to Quine McCluskey on all the benchmarks. Quine McCluskey is inherently nonscalable, hence we obtained timeouts on some of the larger cases. We also have comparative performance improvement over the CUDD API as evident on some of the cases. As explained earlier, we employed both the Quine McCluskey and CUDD API on the original function and its negation and recorded the combined times.

We create a leaf node L containing (p1 , 0) in its first field and 0 in its second field. We also create an intermediate node I containing (p1 , 1) in its first field and 0 in its second field as shown in Fig. 2. A Framework for Fast Service Verification and Query Execution Start (P1 , 0) Φ = 0 Positive PI : P1 = 1 (0) (P2 , 1) Φ = 1 P2 = 0 (1) (P3 , 1)& (P4 , 1) Φ = 1 (P1 , 1), (P2 , 1) (P1 , 1), (P3 , 1), (P4 , 1) (P1 , 1), (P5 , 1), (P6 , 0) (P1 , 1), (P5 , 0), (P6 , 1) (P1 , 1), (P5 , 1), (P7 , 1) Negative PI : (P1 , 0) (P2 , 0), (P3 , 0), (P5 , 0), (P6 , 0) (P2 , 0), (P4 , 0), (P5 , 0), (P6 , 0) (P2 , 0), (P3 , 0), (P5 , 1), (P6 , 1), (P7 , 0) (P2 , 0), (P4 , 0), (P5 , 1), (P6 , 1), (P7 , 0) P3 = 0| P4 = 0 (1) P5 = 0 (X) (P6 , 1) Φ = 1 29 P5 = 1 (X) (P6 , 0) (1) Φ = 0 (P6 , 0) Φ = 1 (P6 , 1) (1) (P7 , 1) Φ = 1 (P7 , 0) (1) Φ = 0 Fig.

On the other hand, {(p1 , 0), (p3 , 0)} is a negative minimal support set of Φ. e. Φp1 ) is not independent of p3 . Therefore, p1 is not a strong proposition with respect to {(p1 , 0), (p3 , 0)}. Definition 6. Strong Minimal Support Set: A minimal support set U is said to be a strong minimal support set with respect to a service rule Φ, if all the propositions appearing in U are strong. Example 5. p4 . Here, {(p1 , 1), (p2 , 1)} is a strong minimal support set, since, Φp¯1 is independent of p2 and Φp¯2 is independent of p1 .

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