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Código:HR 004 MAY 2013 COMPUTER [Universidad Católica San Pablo]
Ubicación:Planta baja estanteria cerrada
Autor Personal:Computer Society
TítuloComputer : innovative technology for computer professionals
Ciudad: new
Editorial: IEEE Computer Society
Año: 2013
Descripción:124 páginas; il., figs., cuads. 27 cm.
Notas:F.I. 09/07/2015
Palabras Claves:GENERALIDADES;
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Términos Locales:Ciencia de los computadores;
Procesamiento de datos;
Revista;
Encabezados Geográficos:

Código:HR 004 MAY 2013 COMPUTER [Universidad Católica San Pablo]
100:Computer Society
245Computer : innovative technology for computer professionals
260:new: IEEE Computer Society: 2013:
300:124 páginas; il., figs., cuads. 27 cm.
500:F.I. 09/07/2015
650:GENERALIDADES;
653Ciencia de los computadores; Procesamiento de datos; Revista

Computer Society. Computer : innovative technology for computer professionals. -- . --new: IEEE Computer Society: 2013. # Ingreso:1034041

   124 páginas; il., figs., cuads..27 cm..

Cover Feature Guest Editors' Introduction Cutting-Edge Research in Visualization Theresa-Marie Rhyne and Min Chen Today, visualization is more than just a collection of plots, graphs, and computer-generated 3D renderings—it has become a formidable intellectual powerhouse that is delivering solutions to the problem of managing the data deluge. Large Area Displays: The Changing Face of Visualization (Abstract) Aditi Majumder and Behzad Sajadi Although very large immersive displays that can accommodate current data's scale, resolution, and complexity have progressed rapidly in the past decade and are now accessible to lay consumers, installation and maintenance challenges remain. Research Challenges for Visualization Software Hank Childs , Berk Geveci Will Schroeder Jeremy Meredith Kenneth Moreland Christopher Sewell , Torsten Kuhlen and E. Wes Bethel As the visualization research community reorients its software to address up-coming challenges, it must successfully deal with diverse processor architectures, distributed systems, various data sources, massive parallelism, multiple input and output devices, and interactivity. Storytelling: The Next Step for Visualization Robert Kosara and Jock Mackinlay Presentation—specifically, its use of elements from storytelling—is the next logical step in visualization research and should be a focus of at least equal importance with exploration and analysis. Reimagining the Scientific Visualization Interaction Paradigm (Abstract) Daniel F. Keefe and Tobias Isenberg The technological building blocks are in place to address six major challenges for natural visualization interfaces to enable an exciting future where natural interfaces powerfully strengthen and expand the use of visualizations in science, engineering, art, and the humanities. Improving Healthcare with Interactive Visualization Ben Shneiderman Catherine Plaisant and Bradford W. Hesse Visualization and visual analytics re-searchers can contribute substantial technological advances to support the reliable, effective, safe, and validated systems required for personal health, clinical healthcare, and public health policymaking Visual Analysis of Social Media Data Tobias Schreck , and Daniel Keim The application of visual analytics, which combines the advantages of computational knowledge discovery and interactive visualization, to social media data highlights the many benefits of this integrated approach Perspectives IPv6: A Catalyst and Evasion Tool for Botnets and Malware Delivery Networks Qing Li, Chris Larsen, and Tim van der Horst Ultimately, only cloud-based approaches will provide effective weapons for solving the wide spectrum of new security challenges associated with running IPv6. Research Feature Data Analysis and Visualization in High-Performance Computing F. Szczepanski , Jian Huang , T. Baer , Y. C. Mack and S. Ahern Because data analysis and visualization jobs are highly diverse in terms of their size-measured by core count, memory use, and requisite software-sophisticated, high-performance monitoring tools are needed to improve user support and facilitate resource allocation. Columns Computing Conversations Bob Metcalfe: Ethernet at Forty Charles Severance Computing and the Law Who Invents What Brian M. Gaff 32 & 16 Years Ago Computer, may 1981 and 1997 Neville Holmes Out of Band Computing Technology and Survivable Journalism Hal Berghel Cloud Cover Clouds for Scalable Big Data Analytics Domenico Talia Identity Sciences Situational Awareness through Biometrics Ahmad Poursaberi,Svetlana Yanushkevich , Marina L. Gavrilova , Vlad P. Shmerko and Patrick S.P. Wang , Science Fiction Prototyping Secret Science Fiction Brian David Johnson Green IT Power Management as Choice Architecture Joseph Turner The Errant Hashtag Working in Conference David Alan Grier News Technology News Hybrid Clouds Move to the Forefront Neal Leavitt News Briefs Lee Garber Membership news IEEE Computer Society Connection Call and Calendar Elsewhere in the CS Computer Society Information Career opportunities

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