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By Lina Yao, Xia Xie, Qingchen Zhang, Laurence T. Yang, Albert Y. Zomaya, Hai Jin

This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the ninth Asia-Pacific providers Computing convention, APSCC 2015, held in Bangkok, Thailand, in December 2015.

The 17 revised complete papers and six brief papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from quite a few submissions. The papers conceal a variety of themes in companies computing, internet providers, cloud computing, defense in providers, and social, peer-to-peer, cellular, ubiquitous and pervasive computing.

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Then it will return and wait for the next execution. If po > ps 40 G. Sun et al. is true, this means the current observed performance has already violated the settled SLA, and also means that the current workload is more heavy than the predicted. Thus it will trigger the resource analyzer to calculate the actual required resource, so that the whole system can be aware of this situation and require more resource to ensure the application performance. 4 Resource Analyzer The resource analyzer is responsible for figuring out the relationship between workload and desired resource, and essentially inverts the estimated model to compute the desired resource allocations in order for the system to meet its performance SLA.

Similarly, if the assigned value of an intermediate node is 1, it implies the content of the intermediate node is combined with a negative minimal support set generated at any of the levels lower than the one to which the intermediate node belongs to. If we do not obtain any strong minimal support set in this step, instead of creating a single intermediate node, we create two intermediate nodes. The first intermediate node contains (p, 0) in its first field and X (unknown) in its second field while the second intermediate node contains (p, 1) in its first field and X in its second field, where p is a proposition associated with Φ1 .

2. The leaf node indicates that we are going to construct a negative minimal support set, since the leaf node contains Φ = 0. The assigned value of the previous intermediate node is 1, hence we consider its first field (p6 , 0). The next intermediate node contains an assigned value X, therefore we have to verify whether we consider (p5 , 0) as follows. p7 . It is easy to see that we have to consider (p5 , 0) in order to get a minimal support set, since Φ1 (2) does not evaluate to constant, if we substitute (p6 , 0) in Φ1 (2) .

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