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Performance Evaluation of Hierarchical Publish-Subscribe Monitoring Architecture for Service-Oriented Applications
Ivan Zuzak,Ivan Benc
Computer Science , 2012,
Abstract: Contemporary high-performance service-oriented applications demand a performance efficient run-time monitoring. In this paper, we analyze a hierarchical publish-subscribe architecture for monitoring service-oriented applications. The analyzed architecture is based on a tree topology and publish-subscribe communication model for aggregation of distributed monitoring data. In order to satisfy interoperability and platform independence of service-orientation, monitoring reports are represented as XML documents. Since XML formatting introduces a significant processing and network load, we analyze the performance of monitoring architecture with respect to the number of monitored nodes, the load of system machines, and the overall latency of the monitoring system.
Formal Model for Data Dependency Analysis between Controls and Actions of a Graphical User Interface
Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering , 2012, DOI: 10.4316/aece.2012.01011
Abstract: End-user development is an emerging computer science discipline that provides programming paradigms, techniques, and tools suitable for users not trained in software engineering. One of the techniques that allow ordinary computer users to develop their own applications without the need to learn a classic programming language is a GUI-level programming based on programming-by-demonstration. To build wizard-based tools that assist users in application development and to verify the correctness of user programs, a computer-supported method for GUI-level data dependency analysis is necessary. Therefore, formal model for GUI representation is needed. In this paper, we present a finite state machine for modeling the data dependencies between GUI controls and GUI actions. Furthermore, we present an algorithm for automatic construction of finite state machine for arbitrary GUI application. We show that proposed state aggregation scheme successfully manages state explosion in state machine construction algorithm, which makes the model applicable for applications with complex GUIs.
A Classification Framework for Web Browser Cross-Context Communication
Ivan Zuzak,Marko Ivankovic,Ivan Budiselic
Computer Science , 2011,
Abstract: Demand for more advanced Web applications is the driving force behind Web browser evolution. Recent requirements for Rich Internet Applications, such as mashing-up data and background processing, are emphasizing the need for building and executing Web applications as a coordination of browser execution contexts. Since development of such Web applications depends on cross-context communication, many browser primitives and client-side frameworks have been developed to support this communication. In this paper we present a systematization of cross-context communication systems for Web browsers. Based on an analysis of previous research, requirements for modern Web applications and existing systems, we extract a framework for classifying cross-context communica-tion systems. Using the framework, we evaluate the current ecosystem of cross-context communication and outline directions for future Web research and engineering.
Appearance of effective surface conductivity - an experimental and analytic study
Jakub Lis,Mateusz Wojtaszek,Rafal Zuzak,Bartosz Such,Marek Szymonski
Physics , 2015, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.92.035309
Abstract: Surface conductance measurements on p-type doped germanium show a small but systematic change to the surface conductivity at different length scales. This effect is independent of the structure of the surface states. We interpret this phenomenon as a manifestation of conductivity changes beneath the surface. This hypothesis is confirmed by an analysis of the classical current flow equation. We derive an integral formula for calculating of the effective surface conductivity as a function of the distance from a point source. Furthermore we derive asymptotic values of the surface conductivity at small and large distances. The actual surface conductivity can only be sampled close to the current source. At large distances, the conductivity measured on the surface corresponds to the bulk value.
Fermi level pinning at the Ge(001) surface - A case for non-standard explanation
Mateusz Wojtaszek,Rafal Zuzak,Szymon Godlewski,Marek Kolmer,Jakub Lis,Bartosz Such,Marek Szymonski
Physics , 2015, DOI: 10.1063/1.4935540
Abstract: To explore the origin of the Fermi level pinning in germanium we investigate the Ge(001) and Ge(001):H surfaces. The absence of relevant surface states in the case of Ge(001):H should unpin the surface Fermi level. This is not observed. For samples with donors as majority dopants the surface Fermi level appears close to the top of the valence band regardless of the surface structure. Surprisingly, for the passivated surface it is located below the top of the valence band allowing scanning tunneling microscopy imaging within the band gap. We argue that the well known electronic mechanism behind band bending does not apply and a more complicated scenario involving ionic degrees of freedom is therefore necessary. Experimental techniques involve four point probe electric current measurements, scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy.

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