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May 30, 2023

Lane compression: a lightweight lossless compression method for machine learning on embedded systems
Yonsun Ko’s paper presents an innovative approach to compressing machine learning models for use on embedded systems. The paper proposes lane compression, a new compression method that is specifically designed to be lightweight and lossless... more
IX. General Conclusions, and Recommendation.
1. We are of opinion that the labours of Mr. Babbage, firstly on his Difference Engine... more
- C. W. Merrifield (1879)
Software assistants in software engineering: a systematic mapping study: Software—Practice & Experience

The authors note the considerable research and engineering efforts to create numerous software assistants (SAs) that have higher autonomy and intelligence for various stages and aspects... more

General (D.2.0) | May 24 23

Lane compression: a lightweight lossless compression method for machine learning on embedded systems: ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems

Yonsun Ko’s paper presents an innovative approach to compressing machine learning models for use on embedded systems. The paper proposes... more

Embedded Systems (D.4.7...) | May 17 23

H-Container: enabling heterogeneous-ISA container migration in edge computing: ACM Transactions on Computer Systems

Xing et al. describe a novel approach to dealing with the difficulties posed by container migration in edge computing settings with heterogeneous instruction set architectures (ISAs). By putting forth a... more

Distributed Systems (C.2.4) | May 10 23

HPC forecast : cloudy and uncertain: Communications of the ACM

This article points to possible directions for high-performance computing (HPC) ecosystem development and the related big challenges for the scientific community and the future of advanced scientific... more

Computers in Other Systems (J.7) | May 8 23

A fast approximate EM algorithm for joint models of survival and multivariate longitudinal data: Computational Statistics & Data Analysis

Many longitudinal clinical studies involve the repeated periodic measurement of continuous responses over a period to detect any changes that might occur in the condition of the... more

Algorithms (I.5.3...) | May 4 23

A survey of inverse reinforcement learning: Artificial Intelligence Review

The process of discovering and incorporating knowledge from educators into machine learning (ML) poses major challenges. Beyond coding the known or derived characteristics of systems into ML algorithms... more

Learning (I.2.6) | May 1 23

Identifying informative tweets during a pandemic via a topic-aware neural language model: World Wide Web

Years ago, when Twitter was a new social media tool, I reviewed an article for Computing Reviews that looked at how tweets can be used in emergency situations. This new paper follows along similar lines: Twitter... more

General (K.4.0) | Apr 28 23

AI and neurotechnology: learning from AI ethics to address an expanded ethics landscape: Communications of the ACM

Strategies developed by the artificial intelligence (AI) community for dealing with ethical issues should be useful in dealing with neurotechnology (neurotech). Some ethical issues associated with both AI and neurotechnology... more

Ethics (K.4.1...) | Apr 27 23

Multiple LDPC-encoder layered space-time-frequency architectures for OFDM MIMO multiplexing: Wireless Personal Communications: An International Journal

For many, because of its influence in both everyday life and business, fourth-generation (4G) wireless communication has a distinguished place, where coupling OFDM and MIMO is one of its... more

Wireless Communication (C.2.1...) | Apr 24 23

Potential technologies and applications based on deep learning in the 6G networks: Computers and Electrical Engineering

The sixth generation of cellular networks (6G) still hasn’t reached its peak in terms of hype, and in light of 4G and 5G coordinates and ruling experiences, concerned theorists are working to define 6G’s framework... more

Security & Protection (C.2.0...) | Apr 4 23

Big data and public policy: course, content, and outcome

Big data and public policy: course, content, and outcome, by Rebecca Moody and Victor Bekkers, is an excellent book for those who are involved in policy-making processes and looking to learn how big data and public policy are strengthened together. The book is well... more
Public Policy Issues (K.4.1) | May 25 23

Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and optimization tools for smart cities: designing for sustainability

The book’s 11 chapters deal with digital “vitalism” in cities, unbuildable cities, smart cities and identities, services and data representation of information and communication technology (ICT), strategies for passers-by, electric vehicle sharing (EVS), architectural... more
Architecture (J.5...) | May 22 23

Applied probability and stochastic processes

Natural phenomena are very complicated, and statistical analysis, which is categorized in the stochastic conceptual framework, is an effective tool to formulate, estimate, and predicate their nature, behaviors, and functionalities. Stochastic processes are useful models that are... more
Stochastic Programming (G.1.6...) | May 16 23

Beyond data: reclaiming human rights at the dawn of the metaverse

This book is a short, focused essay on data security and privacy. The author makes it clear that these are two separate matters that are often in conflict both in practice and in law. Each of the book’s three major sections emphasizes a different stage in the... more
General (K.4.0) | May 11 23

Applied linear analysis for chemical engineers: a multi-scale approach with Mathematica

This 750-plus-page book on applied linear analysis is the culmination of the authors’ more than three decades of experience teaching graduate students in chemical engineering, as well as a continuation of their own mentors’ legacy. It is reminiscent of books with... more
General (G.1.0) | May 2 23

MySQL crash course: a hands-on introduction to database development

MySQL crash course is an excellent book for beginners looking to learn how to use MySQL for database development. The book is well structured and easy to follow, with plenty of practical examples and exercises to help readers understand the concepts and... more
SQL (H.2.3...) | Apr 26 23

Language, gender and videogames: using corpora to analyse the representation of gender in fantasy videogames

It has often been stated that the videogaming environment is filled with machismo, and there are many observations to that end: numerous studies have been published that back this assertion, based... more
Games (K.8.0...) | Apr 25 23

Foundational Python for data science

The collection of books on data science is becoming so large that it is itself an interesting subject for data science analysis [1,2]. This is amply justified by the galloping success of data science among students, researchers, and practitioners in both academia... more
Python (D.3.2...) | Apr 20 23

Practical explainable AI using Python: artificial intelligence model explanations using Python-based libraries, extensions, and frameworks

In recent years, the overwhelming successes provided by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) methods have been stunning. All computer scientists know about very efficient picture tagging with... more
Python (D.3.2...) | Apr 17 23

Synthetic friends: a philosophy of human-machine friendship

The relationships between human beings and robots have been a significant part of science fiction since Isaac Asimov’s robot stories and novels, starting in 1950, and movies and television shows like Forbidden Planet, Blade Runner, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Lost in Space, and... more
General (K.4.0) | Apr 13 23

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