Thursday, 26 de March de 2015

Noticias y opinión


Carnegie Mellon's Soccer-Playing Robots Get Creative With Physics-Based Planning (w/ Video)

(PhysOrg.com) -- Robot soccer players from Carnegie Mellon University competing in this month's RoboCup 2010 world championship in Singapore should be able to out-dribble their opponents, thanks to a new algorithm that helps them to predict the ball's behavior based on physics principles.

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A community-centric approach to automated service composition

In recent years, the Internet has been evolving from a primarily publication platform to a user participatory platform. With the proliferation of services available on the Internet, millions of users are able to voluntarily participate in the development of their own interests and benefits by means of service composition. However, due to the ever increasing number of services, enabling users to rapidly select and access these services has become a challenging issue.

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Google TV Will Lag Startups

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Free, open virtual laboratory for infectious diseases

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Facebook Clickjacking Attacks Continue to Snare Users

So-called likejacking attacks on Facebook, spotted by security company Sophos, are continuing to spread. A new set of lures is popping up, including promises of information about the BP oil spill and the phone number of pop singer Justin Bieber.

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Cuenta atrás para el nuevo Laboratorio de la Agencia Espacial Europea en Valencia

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Students Develop Device to Help Blind Maneuver

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The Evolution of Computer Science

Computing the energy levels of a helium atom in 1958 was significantly harder than it is today. But a comparison of then and now methods reveals some counterintuitive anomalies about the impact of computer science

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A quick fix for queues

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White House to tie together mapping and data sites

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Novel 'Cuckoo Search Algorithm' Beats Particle Swarm Optimization in Engineering Design

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OpenCL Code Generator Announced

Designed for manycore development

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LISP: The Future of Internet Routing?

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Robots Can Create Jobs, Too

Industrial robots can help companies compete by boosting quality and productivity. That's ultimately a benefit for American labor

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Colorful Quantum-Dot Displays Coming to Market

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Nuevo sistema para la solución de problemas complejos por comunidades de bacterias

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Visual System Interprets Sign Languages

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New Automated Tool 'Debugs' Nuclear Weapon Simulations

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Software Developers Tackle Child Grooming on the Net

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China boasts world's second-fastest supercomputer

China's ambitions to become a major global power in the world of supercomputing were given a boost when one of its machines was ranked second-fastest in a survey.

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