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(PhysOrg.com) -- How do some Web pages become popular? In a recent study, researchers have analyzed Wikipedia articles and a collection of all the Web pages of Chile to better understand the dynamics of online popularity. They observed that online popularity is characterized not by a gradual accumulation process, but by "bursts" that display many of the same features of critical systems, such as stock market crashes and natural phenomena. They also developed a model that captures these critical features of online popularity.
Plan Turismo de Granada implanta Smartourism, un sistema que permite planificar y personalizar visitas turísticas a la ciudad.
Mobile data use to be 35 times higher in 2014, reckons federal agency
The Air Force Office of Scientific Research's Young Investigator Research Program is enabling new scientists and engineers with exceptional ability to do creative basic research, enhance their career development and develop tools and techniques.
The ITU has given its stamp of approval only to the next versions of those technologies
A Dell Venue Pro smartphone with the Android OS is also due out
Available now from OpenStack under "Austin" code release: Object Storage and Compute
DARPA program aims to address data deluge using machine-based perception
Key Management Plays Crucial Role In Database Encryption
Confirms future under review
El 17 por ciento de los usuarios utilizan el celular para informarse sobre temas sanitarios
El ITI organiza un Desayuno Tecnológico para empresas sobre “TIC aplicadas a la Eficiencia Energética”
La nube, los móviles y las redes sociales deberían estar en las agendas de las empresas del próximo año, asegura Gartner.
The consortium partners of the Cloud4SOA project announce the launch of a 3-year collaborative effort to resolve the semantic interoperability issues that exist in current clouds platforms and on introducing a user-centric approach for applications which are built upon and deployed using cloud resources.
Apple also unveils plans for the Mac App Store for delivering Mac OS X apps
Cloud Security Market To Reach $1.5 Billion In Next Five Years
Computer scientists at Carnegie Mellon University have devised an innovative and elegantly concise algorithm that can efficiently solve systems of linear equations that are critical to such important computer applications as image processing, logistics and scheduling problems, and recommendation systems.