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1428-6394

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Centrum Informatyczne Trójmiejskiej Akademickiej Sieci Komputerowej

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Year 2021
Year 2020
  • Application of the neural networks for developing new parametrization of the Tersoff potential for carbon
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    - TASK Quarterly - Year 2020

    Penta-graphene (PG) is a 2D carbon allotrope composed of a layer of pentagons having sp2- and sp3-bonded carbon atoms. A study carried out in 2018 has shown that the parameterization of the Tersoff potential proposed in 2005 by Ehrhart and Able (T05 potential) performs better than other potentials available for carbon, being able to reproduce structural and mechanical properties of the PG. In this work, we tried to improve the...

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  • BIG PROBLEMS WITH BIG DATA
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    - TASK Quarterly - Year 2020

    The article presents an overview of the most important issues related to the phenomenon called big data. The characteristics of big data concerning the data itself and the data sources are presented. Then, the big data life cycle concept is formulated. The next sections focus on two big data technologies: MapReduce for big data processing and NoSQL databases for big data storage.

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  • Bridge of Knowledge: an Internet platform for R2R and R2B transfer of knowledge and promotion of cooperation
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    Currently, the European Commission puts emphasis on supporting collaboration between universities and business. There are many possible ways to create a strong relationship between both these parties. Positive results of such cooperation lead to increased competitiveness of the global market and, in consequence, bring significant growth of innovation. The cooperation between research-to-research (R2R) and research-to-business (R2B)...

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  • Influence of addition of carbon nanotubes on rheological properties of selected liquid lubricants - a computer simulation study
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    - TASK Quarterly - Year 2020

    This work is motivated by the improvement of anti-friction properties of lubricants by addition of CNTs proved experimentally in literature. In particular, a methodology is developed to compute the shear viscosity of liquid lubricants (Propylene Glycol) based on Molecular Dynamics simulation. Non-Equilibrium molecular dynamics (NEMD) approach is used with a reactive force field ReaxFF implemented in LAMMPS. The simulations are...

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  • Molecular Dynamics simulations of thermal conductivity of penta-graphene
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    The thermal conductivity of penta-graphene (PG), a new two dimensional carbon allotrope and its dependence on temperature, strain, and direction are studied in this paper. The thermal conductivity of PG is investigated using a non-equilibrium molecular dynamics simulation (NEMD) with the Two Region Method by applying the optimized Tersoff interatomic potential. Our study shows that the thermal conductivity of PG (determined for...

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  • SERVICE-ORIENTED CYBERSPACE FOR IMPROVING CYBERSECURITY
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    - TASK Quarterly - Year 2020

    The paper presents a cyberspace model where different categories of IT services are offered and used largely. A general cybersecurity policy is considered and the corresponding cybersecurity strategies are shown. The role of such technologies as: Internet of Things, Cloud Computing and Big Data is analyzed in order to improve the cybersecurity of a cyberspace. A new kind of service oriented cyberspace is proposed and its main properties...

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  • SMART SHOP SERVICES FOR BUILDING CUSTOMER-ORIENTED SCENARIOS
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    The shops of today mostly support the customer by offering him or her products based on basic relationships between products viewed or ordered by users with similar tastes. This common approach may fail in many cases especially when the user does not have sufficient knowledge about the market, or when he or she wants to build a set of products in more than one shop. New categories of smart shop services are proposed in order to...

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  • Some Security Features of Selected IoT Platforms
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    - TASK Quarterly - Year 2020

    IoT (Internet of Things) is certainly one of the leading current and future trends for processing in the current distributed world. It is changing our life and society. IoT allows new ubiquitous applications and processing, but, on the other hand, it introduces potentially serious security threats. Nowadays researchers in IoT areas should, without a doubt, consider and focus on security aspects. This paper is aimed at a high-level...

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Year 2019
Year 2018
Year 2017
  • A SHORT REVIEW OF BLOOD FLOW MODELLING METHODS: FROM MACRO- TO MICROSCALES
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    The aim of this paper it to review various scale approaches to the blood flow modelling. Blood motion may be described by three types of mathematical models according to the observed scales or resolutions, namely microscopic, mesoscopic and macroscopic descriptions. The above approaches are discussed together with their advantages and disadvantages. Several results of mesoscopic simulations are presented with particular attention...

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  • BIG DATA SIGNIFICANCE IN REMOTE MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICS BASED ON DEEP LEARNING TECHNIQUES

    In this paper we discuss the evaluation of neural networks in accordance with medical image classification and analysis. We also summarize the existing databases with images which could be used for training deep models that can be later utilized in remote home-based health care systems. In particular, we propose methods for remote video-based estimation of patient vital signs and other health-related parameters. Additionally, potential...

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  • CENTRAL-FORCE DECOMPOSITION OF THE TERSOFF POTENTIAL
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    Central forces play important role in the analysis of results obtained with particle simulation methods, since they allow evaluating stress fields. In this work we derive expressions for a central-force decompositon of the Tersoff potential, which is often used to describe interatomic interactions in covalently bonded materials. We simplify the obtained expressions and discuss their properties.

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  • COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TRADITIONAL AND VIRTUAL TEAMS
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    The paper presents two kinds of cooperating teams: traditional and virtual, and proposes a new measure of the team virtuality level. Some representative teamwork characteristics, such as team member competencies, team diversity, leadership, and team decision-making are analyzed and compared depending on the degree of virtuality. Moreover, the team climate as one of the team performance measures is also analyzed and compared in...

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  • Complementary oriented allocation algorithm for cloud computing
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    Nowadays cloud computing is one of the most popular processing models. More and more different kinds of workloads have been migrated to clouds. This trend obliges the community to design algorithms which could optimize the usage of cloud resources and be more effiient and effective. The paper proposes a new model of workload allocation which bases on the complementarity relation and analyzes it. An example of a case of use is shown...

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  • Curves of thermodynamic states in some fluids with dispersion
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    variations in the thermodynamic state of a dispersive medium, caused by sound, are studied. A bubbly liquid and a Maxwell fluid are considered as examples. Curves in the plane of thermodynamic states are plotted. They are in fact pictorial images of linear relations of excess pressure and excess density in the acoustic wave which reflect irreversible attenuation of the sound energy. The curves account for the nonlinear generation...

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  • DATABASE AND BIGDATA PROCESSING SYSTEM FOR ANALYSIS OF AIS MESSAGES IN THE NETBALTIC RESEARCH PROJECT
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    - TASK Quarterly - Year 2017

    A specialized database and a software tool for graphical and numerical presentation of maritime measurement results has been designed and implemented as part of the research conducted under the netBaltic project (Internet over the Baltic Sea – the implementation of a multi-system, self-organizing broadband communications network over the sea for enhancing navigation safety through the development of e-navigation services.) The...

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  • GENERAL DYNAMIC PROJECTING OF MAXWELL EQUATIONS
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    A complete – system of Maxwell equations is splitting into independent subsystems by means of a special dynamic projecting technique. The technique relies upon a direct link between field components that determine correspondent subspaces. The explicit form of links and corresponding subspace evolution equations are obtained in conditions of certain symmetry, it is illustrated by examples of spherical and quasi-one-dimensional waves.

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  • INFORMATION SOCIETY DEVELOPMENT TRENDS, FROM DATA THROUGH KNOWLEDGE TO WISDOM
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    - TASK Quarterly - Year 2017

    The paper investigates both the causes and effects of the rapid increase in the data volume(BigData)andtheirimpactonhumancognition.TheroleoftheInternetindistributing and exchanging of such data, and their impact on the growth of the Information Society are emphasized. As a result, Wisdom Science – a new kind of research – emerges which has the potential to facilitate more advanced solutions in the digital world. In consequence,...

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  • JMATRIX - a package for relativistic J-matrix calculations in elastic scattering of electrons from model potentials
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    We present a software package JMATRIX, consisting of two computer codes written in FORTRAN 95 and parallelized with OpenMP, implementing the so-called J-matrix method, applied to elastic scattering of electrons on the radial potential, vanishing faster than Coulomb one. In the J-matrix method, physical scattering problem is replaced by using well-defined model, which is solved analytically. Presented software implements both non-relativistic...

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  • Multidisciplinary Open System Transferring Knowledge for R2B Development
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    Despite many efforts, there is still a serious problem in transferring knowledge from research to business. The problem is especially visible in Poland – the cooperation of R2B is ineffective. We are trying to solve this problem using some IT support. The manuscript presents some solutions developed at the Gdańsk University of Technology. In particular, the platform called “MOST Knowledge” is deeply described. Its layer architecture,...

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  • Nonlinear phenomena of small-scale sound in a gas with exponential stratification
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    The nonlinear dynamics of perturbations, quickly varying in space, with comparatively large characteristic wavenumbers k: k>1/H, is considered. H is the scale of density and pressure reduction in unperturbed gas, as the coordinate (H is the so-called height of the uniform equilibrium gas). Coupling nonlinear equations which govern the sound and the entropy mode in a weakly nonlinear flow are derived. They describe the dynamics...

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  • Open extensive IoT research and measurement infrastructure for remote collection and automatic analysis of environmental data.
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    Internet of Things devices that send small amounts of data do not need high bit rates as it is the range that is more crucial for them. The use of popular, unlicensed 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands is fairly legally enforced (transmission power above power limits cannot be increased). In addition, waves of this length are very diffiult to propagate under field conditions (e.g. in urban areas). The market response to these needs are the...

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  • Processing of Satellite Data in the Cloud
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    The dynamic development of digital technologies, especially those dedicated to devices generating large data streams, such as all kinds of measurement equipment (temperature and humidity sensors, cameras, radio-telescopes and satellites – Internet of Things) enables more in-depth analysis of the surrounding reality, including better understanding of various natural phenomenon, starting from atomic level reactions, through macroscopic...

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  • Qualitative evaluation of distributed clinical systems supporting research teams working on large-scale data
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    - TASK Quarterly - Year 2017

    Inthispaper,fivecontemporaryscalablesystemstosupportmedicalresearchteams are presented. Their functionalities extend from heterogeneous unstructured data acquisition through large-scale data storing, to on-the-fly analyzing by using robust methods. Such kinds of systems can be useful in the development of new medical procedures and recommendation rules for decision support systems. A short description of each of them is provided....

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  • The Bridge to Knowledge – Open Access to Scientific Research Results on Multidisciplinary Open System Transferring Knowledge Platform
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    The European policy of Open Access to scientific research is now one of the key issues discussed in public debates on the future development of scientific communication. The implementation of Open Access tools has significant impact on scientific and economic growth. On the one hand, Open Access accelerates disseminating new research findings and facilitates recognition of authors on a more global scale. On the other hand, Open...

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Year 2016
Year 2015
  • Acceptance Testing of Software Products for Cloud-Based On-Line Delivery
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    Software products intended for on-line delivery by distributors serving an open community of subscribers are developed in a specific life-cycle model, in which roles of the major stakeholders are strongly separated, unlike in any other software development model known in software engineering. Its specificity underlines the fact that a distributor of the final product, responsible for its acceptance for publication and delivery...

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  • Adaption of Open Science Paradigm at Gdańsk University of Technology
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    Open Access plays growing role in sharing results of today's research. The movement is very strong and many Universities, including Gdańsk University of Technology, are adapting this approach. This paper presents general information about Open Access movement and the approach adapted by the Gdańsk University of Technology. The components of Open Science platform as well as the procedures are described.

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  • BeesyCluster as Front-End for High Performance Computing Services
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    - TASK Quarterly - Year 2015

    The paper presents the BeesyCluster system as a middleware allowing invocation of services on high performance computing resources within the NIWA Centre of Competence project. Access is possible through both WWW and SOAP Web Service interfaces. The former allows non-experienced users to invoke both simple and complex services exposed through easyto-use servlets. The latter is meant for integration of external applications with...

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  • Business Process Modelling and Enterprise Improvement Analysis
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    - TASK Quarterly - Year 2015

    The main trends in developing an approach and tools for business process modelling are discussed. Business Process Management (BPM) and BPM Notation (BPMN) are presented. Moreover, the possibilities of C2NIWA in a wide range of these tools running on a supercomputer are suggested. Firstly, the company development strategy can be planned . Secondly, quick and flexible changes of its processes can be modelled, analysed and implemented....

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  • C2 Niwa - The Centre of Competence for Novel Infrastructure of Workable Applications
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    - TASK Quarterly - Year 2015

    Scientific and cloud computing are discussed in the paper . The paradigm of EaaS (Everything as a Service) is presented and the design methodology of service oriented applications is proposed. Implementation of the SOSE (Software Oriented Software Engineering) approach is analyzed and the roles of developing teams to obtain software products satisfying business requirements are also shown. The above listed activities create a basic...

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  • C2 NIWA Community-Segmentation Criteria and Building Brand Associations on the Example of a Selected Target Group

    Every organization which offers products or services wishes to communicate with their customers in the most effective way. This kind of communication is based on proper selection of target groups, which are extracted in the process of market segmentation. That is way it is very important to ask the question to whom the message is to be directed and what kind of message we want to give. This article describes the selection criteria...

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  • IT PROJECT TEAMS CREATION AND ANALYSIS IN C2 NIWA ENVIRONMENT
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    Teams are the basic unit of the C2NIWA community, which – using the technical capabilities of this environment – focuses on the implementation of various projects. This article presents one of the competitions carried out within the framework of a C2NIWA project called Uwaga! Upadek! [Attention! Fall!], used as an example of a collaborative project for which analyses related to the assessment of teamwork based on the input-process-result...

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  • KASKADA Platform in Cloud Environment
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    KASKADA is a computing platform for developing and running services and applications oriented to multimedia processing and data streaming. A solution for serving the platform in the PaaS model is presented. The paper briefly describes the software for creating the private cloud environment based on the OpenStack software. The coud has been deployed to a supercomputer working in C2 NIWA at the Gdansk University of technology. This...

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  • KOALA Graph Theory Internet Service
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    KOALA has been created with the idea of C++ library templates, implementing a broad set of procedures in the fields of algorithmic graph theory and network problems in discreate optimization. During the C2NIWA project, a library has been greatly ectended, the code refactored and enclosed with the internet service available in the public repository of thr project. Today it contains interconnected educational materials in the form...

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