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Best Paper Award: Advanced Collaborative Networks, Systems and Applications, Venice

Best Paper Award: Advanced Collaborative Networks, Systems and Applications, Venice

Crime and Security Research Institute PhD student Chris Simpkin attended the Eighth International Conference on Advanced Collaborative Networks, Systems and Applications which is part of the InfoWare conference in Venice, Italy. Chris’ paper, titled “A Scalable Vector Symbolic Architecture Approach for Decentralized Workflows” was awarded ‘Best Paper’ at the event.

Workflows provide a robust means of describing applications consisting of control and data dependencies, along with the logical reasoning necessary for distributed execution. In the current state-of-the-art, discovery of workflow steps is not dynamic; the exact services to be used for each workflow step must be specified in advance and, further, workflow orchestration is typically managed via a central point of control.

 A typical MANET coalition network.

A typical MANET coalition network.

For more information download the paper here.

This work is part of the international $80M funded Dais ITA project.

Cardiff Model Adopted to Tackle Opioid Misuse and Violence in Wisconsin, US

Cardiff Model Adopted to Tackle Opioid Misuse and Violence in Wisconsin, US

Classifying Types of Network Communities Using Motifs

Classifying Types of Network Communities Using Motifs