This book presents the latest findings and ongoing research in connection with green information systems and green information & communication technology (ICT). It provides valuable insights into a broad range of cross-cutting concerns in ICT and the environmental sciences, and showcases how ICT can be used to effectively address environmental and energy efficiency issues. Offering a selection of extended contributions to the 31st International Conference EnviroInfo 2017, it is essential reading for anyone looking to expand their expertise in the area.
This volume constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Graphical Models for Security, GraMSec 2015, held in Verona, Italy, in July 2015.The 5 revised full papers presented together with one short tool paper and one invited lecture were carefully reviewed and selected from 13 submissions. The workshop contributes to the development of well-founded graphical security models, efficient algorithms for their analysis, as well as methodologies for their practical usage, thus providing an intuitive but systematic methodology to analyze security weaknesses of systems and to evaluate potential protection measures. /div
This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 18th International Symposium on Graph Drawing, GD 2010, held in Konstanz, Germany, during September 2010. The 30 revised full papers presented together with 5 revised short and 8 poster papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 77 submissions. The volume also contains a detailed report about the 17th Annual Graph Drawing Contest, held as a satellite event of GD 2010. Devoted both to theoretical advances as well as to implemented solutions, the papers are concerned with the geometric representation of graphs and networks and are motivated by those applications where it is crucial to visualize structural information as graphs.
This book contains the refereed post-proceedings of the First International Conference on Exploring Services Science (IESS) in Geneva, Switzerland, in February 2010. The goal of the conference was to build upon the growing community to further study and understand this emerging discipline, which leverages methods, results and knowledge stemming from management, social and cognitive science, law, ethics, economics, and computer science towards the development of own concepts, methods, techniques and approaches and thus creating the basis for the production of transdisciplinary results. The 19 full and 8 short papers accepted for IESS were selected from 42 submissions and cover a wide spectrum of issues related to service design, service creation, service composition, service management, and service networks as well as their applications in businesses and public administration.