An Object-Oriented Approach to UML Scenarios Engineering and Code Generation

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Object-oriented software development matured significantly during the past ten years. The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is generally accepted as the de facto standard modeling notation for the analysis and design of the object oriented software systems. This language provides a suitable framework for scenario acquisition using use case diagrams and sequence or collaboration diagrams. Continue reading An Object-Oriented Approach to UML Scenarios Engineering and Code Generation

Compounded Uniqueness Level: Geo-Location Indexing Using Address Parser

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Geo-location searching is an important feature for any search engine and research in this field is not new. The only issue that remains is how a search engine know whether a web page belongs to India or the USA? URLs ending with [.in] are the ultimate choice for India but not all web sites from India end with [.in]. This paper describes a technology known as the address parser. The address parser searches for patterns in a web page that communicates address information. The address parser does not parse every web page of a website for extracting the address but only works on those URLs where the probability of finding an address of the website owner is maximum, thereby eliminating false positives. Continue reading Compounded Uniqueness Level: Geo-Location Indexing Using Address Parser

3D Integration, Temperature Effects, and Modeling

3D Integration, Temperature Effects, and Modeling

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Practical limits to device scaling are threatening the growth of integrated circuit (IC) technology. A breakthrough architecture is needed in order to realize the increased device density and circuit functionality that future high performance ICs demand. 3D integration is being considered as this breakthrough architecture. In this thesis, the limits to scaling are noted and the feasibility of overcoming these limits using 3D integration is presented. Continue reading 3D Integration, Temperature Effects, and Modeling