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If capabilities that are needed are not supported by the machine, the machine starts to retrieve machines to provide those capabilities. Once the machine finds another machine to provide the capability, the machine tries to establish a relation with that machine and achieve the task through that relation. (...) To do this, the machine is required to present its machine capability(s) in a standardized way.
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If capabilities that are needed are not supported by the machine, the machine starts to retrieve machines to provide those capabilities. Once the machine finds another machine to provide the capability, the machine tries to establish a relation with that machine and achieve the task through that relation. (...) To do this, the machine is required to present its machine capability(s) in a standardized way.
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There was no evidence to indicate that the questions asked in respect of education were in fact machine read, although the Secretary-General asserted that Mr. (...) Krioutchkov had already submitted other applications containing the same information about his education through Inspira, there was sufficient evidence for the UNDT to conclude that the relevant information was not machine read. Contrary to the Secretary-General’s assertion, the UNDT was under no obligation to seek further evidence to clarify whether the questions asked in respect of education were machine read, particularly given the limited relevance of the issue. (...) Whether the information was machine read or not does not negate the fact that Mr.
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Score: 879651.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2019-UNAT-919.pdf
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Page 59 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 59 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 59 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things 1 Table 1 – Machine profile schema Machine profile parameter Sub-parameter Output parameter Processing time (duration) Processing condition Function 1 Function 2 ……. Function n End of capability Machine ID User ID Group ID Operating system Machine interface Interface protocol between machines Interface parameter between machines Interface protocol between machine and relation server Interface parameter between machine and relation server End of machine profile parameter Machine profile parameters are described below: – Status: Status of a machine indicating active, standby, the expected termination time of the current process, the current execution process, the current execution function and the expected termination time of the current execution function. – Capability: Capability of a machine indicating the name of the task, input parameter, output parameter, processing time, processing condition and functions. – Machine ID: Alphanumeric identifier of a machine which distinguishes a machine from another machine. – Group ID: Alphanumeric identifier of a group of machines in a relation. – Operating system: Operating system running on a machine. – Machine interface: Communication protocols that a machine can support. – End of machine profile parameter: Indicator to specify the end of the machine profile. 8.2 Relation profile schema The relation profile schema shown in Table 2, is a template to describe a relation in terms of capability set, grouped machines, workgroup ID, task description and task processing schedule, etc. (...) Tasks to be executed by a relation in machine socialization are expressed in a relation profile and are achieved according to the schedule of processes defined in the relation.
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 Page 110 - Proceedings of the 2018 ITU Kaleidoscope           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 110 - Proceedings of the 2018 ITU Kaleidoscope P. 110 ‎ 2018 ITU Kaleidoscope Academic Conference‎ Table 1 – Excerpt of event log based on [19] Case ID Activity Resource Time-stamp Case 1 Turning & Milling - Machine 4 Machine 4 - Turning & Milling 29/1/2012 23:24 Case 1 Turning & Milling - Machine 4 Machine 4 - Turning & Milling 30/1/2012 05:44 Case 1 Turning & Milling - Machine 4 Machine 4 - Turning & Milling 30/1/2012 06:59 Case 1 Turning & Milling - Machine 4 Machine 4 - Turning & Milling 30/1/2012 07:21 Case 1 Turning & Milling Q.C. Quality Check 1 31/1/2012 13:20 Case 1 Laser Marking - Machine 7 Machine 7- Laser Marking 1/2/2012 08:18 Case 1 Lapping - Machine 1 Machine 1 - Lapping 14/2/2012 00:00 Case 1 Lapping - Machine 1 Machine 1 - Lapping 14/2/2012 00:00 Case 1 Lapping - Machine 1 Machine 1 - Lapping 14/2/2012 09:05 Case 1 Lapping - Machine 1 Machine 1 - Lapping 14/2/2012 09:05 Case 1 Round Grinding - Machine 3 Machine 3 - Round Grinding 14/2/2012 09:13 Case 1 Round Grinding - Machine 3 Machine 3 - Round Grinding 14/2/2012 13:37 Case 1 Final Inspection Q.C. (...) Case 253 Flat Grinding - Machine 11 Machine 11 - Grinding 10/1/2012 11:59 Case 253 Lapping - Machine 1 Machine 1 - Lapping 11/1/2012 00:00 Case 253 Laser Marking - Machine 7 Machine 7- Laser Marking 11/1/2012 14:23 Case 253 Final Inspection Q.C.
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The virtual machine requirement includes: • It is required to support migration of virtual machines between different physical computing machines. 7.2.1 CPU virtualization The central processing unit (CPU) virtualization allows running multiple virtual CPUs (vCPU) on a single physical CPU. The CPU virtualization requirement includes: • The virtual machine's vCPUs' computing capability can optionally be specified as a fraction of a physical CPU. 7.2.2 Memory virtualization The memory virtualization includes memory allocation at the start of a virtual machine, memory utilization monitoring during virtual machine operation and memory release at the shutdown of a virtual machine. (...) The network interface virtualization requirements include: • It is recommended that a physical network interface can be virtualized into multiple virtual network interfaces. • It is recommended that the virtual network interfaces from different virtual machines can be grouped into one virtual local network. 7.2.5 Duplication of virtual machine The duplication of a virtual machine allows creating new virtual machines and virtual machine backup in the execution environment.
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Machines that comply with the ISO 20474 standard for Earth-Moving Machines are presumed to comply with all of the safety requirements for Earth-Moving Machines. (...) ECE/TRADE/C/WP.6/2011/8 Annex A Safety Process for Earth-Moving Machines 1. The common goal for earth-moving machine (EMM) users, health and safety groups, and machine manufacturers is zero injuries for machine operators and the people on work sites. (...) The machine operations manual can be used as the summary of the risk evaluation for earth-moving machines.
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Score: 876790.8 - https://unece.org/DAM/trade/wp...ery/SIEMM_CROs_2009___2011.pdf
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This includes an update of the association status (leaving or joining the association of a machine) and an update of a given task. 7.5 Multiple ways of establishing a relation When a task is given to a particular machine, that machine is required to be capable of establishing relations with other machines in various ways. (...) The task performed by the faulty device can be taken over by another machine if available. 7.9 Negotiation of QoS In machine socialization, tasks are allocated to each machine in a relation according to capability. (...) However, a service model of machine socialization can be considered as one providing any services through relations between different machines.
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In other words, machines should exchange data with other machines and understand the meaning of the exchanged data to establish a relation. (...) Therefore, a machine should exchange information and respond to other machines by analysing the information with other machines that is expressed in a mutually understandable form, such as extensible markup language (XML). This Recommendation defines a schema for a mutually understandable form of machine socialization. If machines can understand and exchange data with other machines, a relation can be established through relation management. 40 Rec.
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NOTE 2 – Examples of remote management of physical machine are power operation, firmware update and log querying for the physical machine remotely. – Diagnostic of physical machine: It is recommended that a physical machine supports diagnostic to analyze before and after a hardware fault as well as firmware and components of physical machine changes. NOTE 3 – The fault prediction is accomplished by software. 7.4 Scalability requirements – Expansion of interconnect network: It is recommended that a physical machine provides external expansion of the interconnect network among multiple physical machines to meet required computing performance level from a CSU. – I/O interface for device extensions: It is recommended that a physical machine provides an I/O interface for device extensions that can be used to extend high performance network cards, graphics card and so forth. – Processing unit replacement: It is recommended that a physical machine supports substitution with other processing units to allow processing unit upgrade. – Adding processing units: It is recommended that a physical machine supports the addition of more processing units to the physical machine. – Adding components of processing units: It is recommended that a physical machine supports the addition of more components to the processing units, including CPU, memory, storage and I/O device. – Adding power supply: It is recommended that a physical machine supports the addition of more power supply components to the physical machine. – Adding cooling component: It is recommended that a physical machine supports the addition of more cooling components to the physical machine. 7.5 Security requirements – No additional ports: It is recommended that a physical machine does not expose network ports that are not used. – Authorized access: It is recommended that a physical machine supports an authorized access. 7.6 Reliability requirement – Support fault location: It is recommended that a physical machine supports fault location, so that the operator can easily replace the failing components. – Hot-plug support: A physical machine can optionally support hot-plug without damage. (...) Hot-plug disk refer to the disks supporting plug in to or plug out from the physical machine without damage while the physical machine is running. 187     190     191     192     193     194     195     196     197     198     199     200          
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