Eddahech A.,University of Sfax |
Chtourou S.,Institute Superieur Dinformatique Et Of Multimedia Of Sfax |
Chtourou M.,University of Sfax
Journal of Systems Architecture | Year: 2013
Multimedia design such as video decoders are typically composed of several communicating tasks. Each task is characterized by its workload variation. The target device of this kind of application contains several processing unit. This calls for a dynamic management of hardware units to improve the QOS of the application and to optimally allocate resources. In this paper, we propose a new architecture based on hierarchical multilevel neural network to model workload variation of each task. The hierarchical structure of this neural network perfectly describes the multilevel decomposition of each hardware unit. The aim of this investigation is to build a design with a control unit that manages the architecture and resource allocation according to the neural network workload prediction. © 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserv.
Jaziri W.,Institute Superieur Dinformatique Et Of Multimedia Of Sfax |
Sassi N.,Institute Superieur Dinformatique Et Of Multimedia Of Sfax |
Gargouri F.,Institute Superieur Dinformatique Et Of Multimedia Of Sfax |
Miracl L.,Institute Superieur Dinformatique Et Of Multimedia Of Sfax
International Journal of Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies | Year: 2010
The concept of ontology is more and more used to provide a shared understanding of a domain of interest and to enhance communication among humans, computers and software. However, ontologies are often used in changing environments and, therefore, must be adapted to evolution requirements. This paper proposes an approach to manage the ontology evolution and to maintain its coherence after changing. This approach anticipates incoherencies that can be generated and proposes additional operations to correct them. To assist users in expressing and applying evolution requirements, an ontology evolution tool has been developed and applied to develop the Tunisian Education system. Copyright © 2010 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.