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Updated time: 27 Apr 2021
Definition: "Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) is a term used to represent a digital network of distributed models, consisting of blockchain-based ledgers, and collaborating on shared tasks and activities. Blockchain technology is a data structure, composed of “blocks”, that are cryptographically linked together in a chained sequence using cryptographic hashes, secured against manipulations. Due to wider functionality, DLT is a commonly used term for a computer-based system consisting of distributed ledger-based data structures, which can provide increased levels of trust, service availability, resiliency, and security of digital systems, as well as distributed storage, computation, and control."
Updated time: 10 Jun 2021
Definition: The processing of information in real-time (through the processing of complex events) has become an essential task for the optimal functioning of manufacturing plants. Only in this way can artificial intelligence, data extraction, and even business intelligence techniques be applied, and the data produced daily be used in a beneficent way, enhancing automation processes and improving service delivery.
Updated time: 07 May 2021
Definition: Software-defined networks (SDN) is an evolution in networking field where the data plane is separated from the control plane and all the controlling and management tasks are deployed in a centralized controller.
Updated time: 06 Jun 2021
Definition: Big data is growing so fast that current storage technologies and analytical tools are gradually feeling their inefficiencies not only to store and manage the valuable data but also to take full advantages of the opportunities and business insights that enormous data can offer. Since 2014, the concept of a data lake is increasingly becoming a popular solution among information leaders and big data-driven companies to deal with the challenges that brought about by big data. However, due to lacking of enough established best practices or related theories, some practitioners are still being kept outside the gate to a less risky implementation of a data lake. Besides, practitioners can hardly find any references which are free of bias, such as academic researches or reports, and are hardly able to support them with the reality of building a data lake at preset from an independent perspective.
Entry Collection : Industrial Applications of Software Design Patterns
Updated time: 27 Mar 2021
Definition: Tracking: identifying traffic participants, i.e., cars, pedestrians, and obstacles from sequences of images, sensor data, or observations. It is assumed that some preprocessing of sensor data and/or input images has already been done. Trajectory prediction: anticipating the future trajectories and motion of other vehicles in order to facilitate navigating through various traffic conditions.
Updated time: 29 Mar 2021