Advances in New Technologies, Interactive Interfaces and by Francisco V. Cipolla Ficarra (auth.), Francisco

By Francisco V. Cipolla Ficarra (auth.), Francisco Cipolla-Ficarra, Kim Veltman, Domen Verber, Miguel Cipolla-Ficarra, Florian Kammüller (eds.)

This publication constitutes the completely refereed post-conference lawsuits of the second one overseas convention on Advances in New applied sciences, Interactive Interfaces, and Communicability, held in Huerta Grande, Argentina, in December 2011. The 24 papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from various submissions. the themes addressed span the complete spectrum of interactive layout, e-commerce, e-learning, e-health, e-tourism, internet 2.0 and net 3.0.

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Fig. 1. 0 [3] benchmarks, which are very popular within the HPC community and provide an estimation of the number of Megaflops (million of operations per second) a machine can perform. Figure 1 depicts the results of the benchmarks executed in the different devices. The Linpack benchmark results indicate that the netbook, the ViewPad 10s, the Nexus One, and the Samsung I5500 are 10, 31, 36, and 145 times slower than the notebook, respectively. 0 benchmark, which emulates real-life numerical applications, resulted slightly better for the smartphones.

The OpenInFSE identity management architecture is compliant with the reference implementation for Identity management released by the ICAR initiative (in the following referred as ICAR INF-3); reuse of the reference implementations is one of the requirements of the OpenInFSE project to better guarantee the integration with the Regions infrastructures. At the moment, ICAR INF‐3 implementation supports only the Web Single Sign On (Web SSO) profile, so compliance is possible only on this profile. Instead, the federated identity management in OpenInFSE should use two SAML profiles: Web SSO and also Web Services.

Once the user is authenticated the Web browser containing the user’s identity will be redirected back to the SP. Details of the interaction are described in Fig. 4. 3 Interaction of OpenInFSE Components for the Web Services The OpenInFSE Web Services infrastructure is implemented using the OASIS Web Services Security (WS-Security) profile with the objective of providing authentication, data integrity, and confidentiality of SOAP messages. The federated identity management architecture for Web Services is shown in Fig.

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