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Title: Cybercomputer for Information Space Analysis
Authors: Litvinova, Eugenia
Hahanov, Vladimir
Gharibi, Wajeb
Park, Dong Won
Keywords: Cybercomputer
Space Analysis
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: EWDTS
Citation: Eugenia Litvinova Cybercomputer for Information Space Analysis /Vladimir Hahanov, Wajeb Gharibi, Dong Won Park, Eugenia Litvinova//Proceedings of IEEE East-West Design & Test Symposium (EWDTS’2011)
Abstract: This article describes an infrastructure and technologies for analyzing information space, based on virtual cybercomputer. A model and metrics for cyberspace, where subjects are the interacting processes or phenomena with the physical carrier in the form of computer systems and networks, are proposed. The structural model of high-speed multimatrix processor designed for fast and accurate search of information objects in cyberspace is described. Purpose of this article is creation of the individual and virtual computer in cyberspace for intelligence transactions of data and services, focused on each person. The problems are: 1) Defining the functional infrastructure for virtual PCC. 2) Creating a structured database for storing information and services. 3) Developing a PCC template as a set of related services and tools focused to the needs of the user. 4) Developing a system for protection of personal cyberspace, data and services, including authentication, keys, digital signature, cryptography. 5) Creating intelligent tools for searching, pattern recognition and decision making as a set of filters, focused to a specific user. 6) Developing PCC prototype and its testing for different kinds of users. 7) Offering prototype to the companies, which have access to the market of electronic technologies, as well as public relations through Internet, TV, conferences and seminars. References: Cyberspace and its analysis for searching information [1-5]; Hardware engines for high-speed information retrieval [6-10]; Synthesis of computer structures and functionalities [11-13]. The essence of the research is creation of the infrastructure for optimal organization of the individual cyberspace as a virtual computer with the following services: 1) e-mail and telephony; 2) Internet-browsers for searching, recognition and decision making; 3) audio and video players; 4) text and sound editors; 5) electronic banking and shopping; 6) individual business browser for the organization of working days; 7) browser for the management of holidays, culture and sport; 8) traveling browser; 9) structured relational database to store the history and all types of data; 10) external interface Public Relations; 11) medical care and services; 12) comprehensive security system for information and services.
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