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Accepted Papers

Mohd Yamani Idna Idris1 and Mashkuri Yaacob2 ,Zaidi RazakFaculty of Computer Science and Information Technology,University of Malaya.University,Iran.


The increasing growth of sub-micron technology has resulted in the difficulty of testing. Design and test engineers have no choice but to accept new responsibilities that had been performed by groups of technicians in the previous years. Design engineers who do not design systems with full testability in mind open themselves to the increased possibility of product failures and missed market opportunities. BIST is a design technique that allows a circuit to test itself. In this paper, the test performance achieved with the implementation of BIST is proven to be adequate to offset the disincentive of the hardware overhead produced by the additional BIST circuit. The technique can provide shorter test time compared to an externally applied test and allows the use of low-cost test equipment during all stages of production.

A Fair Model For Autonomic Bandwidth Management In Virtual Private NetWork
Hoda Khanjari1 and Samad MomenBellah2 and Mona Benhari3,Department of Engineering and Technology, PNU University,Iran.


In this paper, we address the problem of autonomic resource (bandwidth) management for Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). Resources management is one of the important problems facing most Internet Service Providers (ISPs). As a solution, the Autonomic Service Architecture (ASA) is proposed in the literature to automate the resources management. Although, this model is able to improve ISPs’ performance by automatically adjusting the resources (bandwidth) allocation of each customer, it still suffers from some limitations. To overcome limitations, a model for autonomic bandwidth management is proposed. Simulation results show that this model is able to efficiently utilize network resources, increase ISPs’ profit and customers’ satisfaction rates.

Towards From Manual to Automatic Semantic Annotation: Based on Ontology Elements and Relationships
Alaa Qa Aston University/School of Engineering & Applied Science Oakville, 2238 Whitworth Dr, Canada.


Automatic annotation is offering a standards base for retrieving information from web services. It has been observed that many existing protocol e.g. Annotea did not support the fully automatic annotation directly or the process to be carried out needs professional developers (i.e. non-trivial protocol) such as KIM.

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