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Services et produits de cloud Amazon

Services et produits de cloud Amazon

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Sceneform overview   Sceneform makes it straightforward to render realistic 3D scenes in AR and non-AR apps, without having to learn OpenGL. It includes: A high-level scene graph APIA realistic physically based renderer provided by Filament An Android Studio plugin for importing, viewing, and building 3D assets This page explains key concepts by exploring the code in the Hello Sceneformsample app. Cloud computing Cloud computing metaphor: For a user, the network elements representing the provider-rendered services are invisible, as if obscured by a cloud. Cloud computing is a computing term or metaphor that evolved in the late 1990s, based on utility and consumption of computer resources. Cloud computing involves application systems which are executed within the cloud and operated through internet enabled devices.

YAGO2 - D5: Databases and Information Systems (Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik) Overview YAGO is a huge semantic knowledge base, derived from Wikipedia WordNet and GeoNames. Currently, YAGO has knowledge of more than 10 million entities (like persons, organizations, cities, etc.) and contains more than 120 million facts about these entities. YAGO is special in several ways: The accuracy of YAGO has been manually evaluated, proving a confirmed accuracy of 95%. One of the greatest challenges to carrying out successful SOA projects is in understanding how they should be carried out. Without being able to rely on proven processes and practices, an SOA initiative can turn into a high-risk venture because you simply may not know what to expect. A sound methodology can alleviate this risk by providing a solid foundation from where you can shape a delivery approach that accommodates your goals and requirements while also laying out a path to realizing the benefits of SOA and service-oriented computing.

SOA Principles Listen to the podcasts that accompany this site: Part I - Part II The key to getting the most out of SOA lies within the knowledge of how to create "truly" service-oriented solution logic. That knowledge has been documented as part of the service-orientation design paradigm. As with object-orientation, service-orientation represents a distinct approach to designing solution logic in support of a very specific set of goals. This site introduces the design principles that comprise the service-orientation design paradigm and further explores various aspects and effects of applying service-orientation in the real world. Becoming proficient with the concepts and principles of service-orientation equips you with an understanding of what is and is not considered "service-oriented" within the world of solution design.

Cordova Tutorial Cordova is a platform that is used for building mobile apps using HTML, CSS and JS. We can think of Cordova as a container for connecting our web app with native mobile functionalities. Web applications cannot use native mobile functionalities by default. This is where Cordova comes into picture. A security event description of intelligent applications in edge-cloud environment (1) Attack Trees Analysis (ATA). ATA is an analytical method for exploiting system weaknesses from the perspective of an attacker [25]. It uses the tree structure to describe the possible attacks on the system. Because most risk assessment methods need to make assumptions based on existing information, the accuracy of the assessment will be limited by the accuracy of the hypothesis.

Named Entity Demo About the Named Entity Demo Named entity recognition finds mentions of things in text. The interface in LingPipe provides character offset representations as chunkings. Genre-Specific Models Named entity recognizers in LingPipe are trained from a corpus of data. RESTful resources for potential REST developers Wikipedia defines Representational State Transfer ( REST ) as "a style of software architecture for distributed hypermedia systems such as the World Wide Web." The RESTful approach to Web services is widely seen as a simpler When you register, you'll begin receiving targeted emails from my team of award-winning writers. RESTful Web services made easy Many Java professionals are interested in learning the basics about RESTful Web services, but they often find tutorials that are overly complicated. In this quick tip, we’re going right back to the basics by demonstrating how easy it is to create a RESTful Web service using nothing more than the JDK, a simple text editor like Notepad and an installation of Tomcat 7. First off, here’s just a little bit about RESTful Web services. They are intended to be used in the same manner that the HTTP protocol over which they run was designed. The HTTP protocol provides four basic methods: GET, POST, PUT and DELETE.

Android User Session Management using Shared Preferences Session are useful when you want to store user data globally through out the application. This can be done in two ways. One is storing them in a global variables and second is storing the data in shared preferences. The problem with storing data in global variable is data will be lost once user closes the application, but storing the data in shared preferences will be persistent even though user closes the application. Application shared preferences allows you to save and retrieve key, value pair data.