Elucidating the mashup hype

These data mashups are integrations of different types and sources of data, frequently using open application programming interfaces and data sources, to produce enriched results that were not necessarily the original reason for assembling the raw source data.As an illustration of this potential, this paper describes a recently funded initiative to create such a facility in the UK for use in decision support around climate change and health, and provides examples of suitable sources of data and the purposes to which they can be directed, particularly for policy makers and public health decision makers.Downloads are direct file links (right-click and select "save as") or links to Mediafire, although many episodes tripped Mediafire's automatic copyright scan and thus only have direct downloads.

Paper presented at 2nd Workshop on Mashups, Enterprise Mashups and Lightweight Composition on the Web (MEM 2009 @ WWW 2009; Abstract: Mashups are a current hype that is attracting high interest by academia and industry now and in the next years.The idea behind a mashup is to create new content by reusing and combining existing content from heterogeneous sources.: Linking environmental, socioeconomic and health datasets provides new insights into the potential associations between climate change and human health and wellbeing, and underpins the development of decision support tools that will promote resilience to climate change, and thus enable more effective adaptation.This paper outlines the challenges and opportunities presented by advances in data collection, storage, analysis, and access, particularly focusing on “data mashups”.The architecture of IMS specifically helps enable and enhance real-time multimedia mobile services such as rich voice services, video telephony, messaging, conferencing, and push services. It is developing now around Home Gateway Initiative (HGI) - a non-profit making organization created to define guidelines and specifications for broadband Home Gateways. Most of the HGI operators are moving towards an IMS oriented architecture (as per HGI papers). At this moment most of the application developments in the web area and telecom area could be classified as mashups. The emerging Web 2.0 marketplace presents an important opportunity for Telecom operators to sell their own capabilities and content as services.

Although IMS was designed for mobile networks, it can also be used to provide services for fixed networks at the same time, providing unique mixtures of services with transparency for the end user. Operators have a wealth of content associated with their network as well as core network enablers, e.g.To ensure the availability of the Digital Library we can not allow these types of requests to continue.The restriction will be removed automatically once this activity stops. Coming soon I'll have Sixx Mixx Qualitative Analysis wherein I'll find out the songs, artists, and mashups played the most over the show's run. Party Ben Scientific Sixx Mixx Score: 6/10Sixx Mixx 110 - 12/23/2005 - Christmas Edition 1. Anyway, as shows go, it ain't so bad, and those are some quality tracks, for sure, a well rounded list of some of the finest mashups of the era. I did continue to produce intermittent half-hour shows for 91x for a few months but they were almost entirely rearranged and recycled old Sixx Mixxez; I'll look around the hard drive and if any seem to be worth posting I'll get them up. call control, presence and messaging, which could serve as potential new revenue streams in a Web 2.0 world.