Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Risk Management The Task Introduction This task is involve all the point of risk management process. Identify the risks and potential effects in general, can help the local computer in starting the process of risk management or contract, auditors should recommend that agencies explore better ways of management in the region. Reducing the risk acceptable level of risk can not be eliminated. It includes the level of risk the organization can live, make sure that the right controls in place to keep the risk to an acceptable level. Transfer of risk to the insurer. i.e. to ensure the companys property theft or damage, such as wind or fire damage or transferring the risk to another organization (for example, using a third install network equipment vendor that sales are made responsible for plant success or failure). Examine and discuss each step below which forms part of the risk management process followed within an enterprise. Explain the reasons behind each step, what each step achieves for the enterprise and give examples. Determine the objectives of the organisation : Risk management and risk management purposes, the first step toward defining the goals of your organization to define a shared vision. A general view of the back, you have to define the objectives of the overall risk management purposes. In a statement, while the aspirational vision, goals and objectives as stated in simple terms what needs to be achieved in general. They should be in a real system. They are defined in the companys business strategy. For example, some common goals, risk management companies choose to design their ERM approach as follows: In order to manage the cost of risk-based business, multiple functions and business units to develop a general understanding of risk. Get a better understanding of the risks of competition. Creating a protection against financial surprises. Create and effectively limited possibilities, vital, improve opportunities to deal with disaster risk. Achieve lower costs through better management of local resources. Allocate capital more efficiently. Be consistent with the risk management objectives and strategies to support the business objectives and the company. Therefore, the companys business model and risk management provides an important context. identify exposures to loss : Identification of risk management is an important first step; If you know that it is quite possible loss of coverage as a truly strategic, cost-effective to deal with them will not be able to develop. Hundreds can not risk or hazard that may lead to an unexpected loss will be recognized. For example, if you had a fire, how can you fire losses do not realize that large. This includes building demolition and clear, but at the same time you should consider. Smoke and water damage. Destruction of personal property and the property of others experts to vacate the premises (for example, data processing equipment or property leasing customers for inspection or repair, youll leave). How much work is lost for the time it takes to return to normal business. The possibility of permanent loss of customers of competitors. In every detail of your business activities, risk identification process begins to look and what might cause a loss. exposure you can get some answers. You know, for each side, ask how big a loss. This focuses on the ability of weight on each side, for example, harm does it cost? The goal here replaced or repaired, but the total cost of losses is to find the source of funds. Many business owners as a list of insurance agents is available risk analysis survey or research use. In addition, agents can help you analyse your situation; expertise and experience, are less likely to forget any subject. Measure those same exposures : The risk of the effects of such a process. Events are exposed to so eliminate the possibility of not. However, information management and try to understand the risks and more effective crisis management in accordance with Council report: The objectives of the companies and organizations in and a result, development and protection of the environment in which the risk is transferred from the surface., There is no comprehensive evaluation of the sound system is regularly cited as evidence of the involvement of the company at risk. Nature and some success in the costs of the company to take risks, objective, fairness and risk management and to help him right The first crisis management, investing a little time and effort, and avoid many of the problems in the management can achieve great benefits. What action (dangerous) to initiate and to treat the symptoms (effect) is good medicine. Select alternatives : Risk management offers a number of different ways to different risk circumvention. Liberty International Underwriters Gaza rumours are: Customizing the frontman for all lines of insurance High quality claims handling Vaccines and under the most business Assessment / risk insurance global status Mortality risk and reinsurance programs Implement a solution : Improve the quality and effectiveness of risk management Risk assessment in collaboration with business users Automate and consolidate corporate communication of risk exposure Risk Management Department is responsible for assessing your organizations exposure to risk, ensuring that the risk is adequately controlled by all departments and verified that all business units are using the same method of risk assessment. Mega solution for enterprise risk management has been developed to support risk management and risk owners throughout the process of risk assessment and control, with a personalized interface for each user profile. Common workspace, workflows, and shared resources to help stakeholders to exchange information and knowledge, the use of existing standards, methods and documentation, and ensuring full of data. Graphical modelling capabilities the solution provides better readability risk mapping. Risks are mapped directly to the diagrams of business processes within the organization that can be adapted to the risk exposure. Facilitated cooperation with business processes helps managers to strengthen the culture on the basis of risk across the organization. Monitor and review the outcomes : Monitoring is an important aspect of continuous improvement. In order to constantly monitor and support is the overall activity of the tissue, in order to ensure the value the effectiveness, efficiency and, regular review of risk management policies and procedures necessary. They also, within government agencies, and to provide feedback both of the entire government, stakeholders and other administrators. Approach and risk management system and inspection, will help you determine whether or not to achieve the desired results, collected during an audit, potential gaps for improvement, views, suggestions and opinions, and opportunities gap it helps to identify. If necessary, monitoring and evaluation, methods and organization of risk management, communication request, the process of reporting of stakeholders internal and external and I will connect the members of the door. Examine and discuss a risk management frameworks standards model. Discuss the principles behind the model, the drivers and components involved in the process. A risk management framework is a description of a specific set of organizational and functional Activities and related definitions which define the risk management system in an organization. Organizational system and the relationship to risk management. Risk management Framework defines the processes and procedures and timing of processes that will be used to Risk management. Good risk management framework should enhance and improve risk. Management by: 1 making it more transparent and understandable to stakeholders, 2 by making their processes more efficient and 3 by allowing for cross fertilization of risk controls, risk estimation, risk assessment of Others because standardize terminology, processes, equipment, etc. components of Risk management Frameworks Risk management consists of eight items related companies. it comes About the way management runs a business and will be integrated with the management process. The elements are: Ã ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã ¢ Internal Environment The internal environment includes tons Organization and establishes the basis for how we see the risk assumed by People, including risk management philosophy and risk appetite, integrity and ethical Values ÃÆ'Ã ¢Ã ¢Ã¢â¬Å¡Ã ¬Ã ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã ¹ÃÆ'Ã ¢Ã ¢Ã¢â¬Å¡Ã ¬Ã ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã ¹and the environment in which they operate. Ã ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã ¢ Set targets targets must exist before management can identify potential Events affecting the results. Enterprise risk management ensures that management has established a process to set objectives and that the chosen objectives Support and fits with the mission of the unit and is consistent with its risk appetite. Ã ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã ¢ Event Identification Internal entity affecting achievement and external event s The objectives must be identified, distinguishing between risks and opportunities. Opportunities will come back to the control strategy and goal setting Processes. Ã ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã ¢ Risk Assessment Risks are analyzed, considering likelihood and impact, as a basis To determine how they should be managed. Risk will be assessed indigenous Residual base. Ã ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã ¢ Risk Response The Board selects risk responses avoiding, accepting, reducing, Or sharing risk developing a set of actions to align risks with the entitys risk Tolerances and risk appetite. Ã ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã ¢ Control Activities Policies and procedures implemented to help To make sure that the risks are being effectively implemented. Ã ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã ¢ Information and Communication relevant information is captured and Press the manner and the conditions that enable people to achieve their Obligations. Effective communication also occurs in a broader sense, flowing To the other s ide, or even people. Ã ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã ¢ Monitoring Global enterprise risk management is monitored and Changes made in case of Poland. Monitoring is carried out under management activities, separate evaluations, or both. Risk management in the company is not entirely a serial process, in which only one component affects further. It is a multi-iterative process, where almost all the components can not interact. Examine and discuss each step below which forms part of the risk assessment process followed within an enterprise. Explain the reasons behind each step, what each step achieves for the enterprise and give examples Identification of relevant business objectives : It is possible to account for the risk assessment and vulnerability to a number of objectives. Some of these objectives may be the result of matching the requirements of the new rules, orders and regulations related to information security. Safety as a process for IT infrastructure and assets relating primarily to prevent, detect and comprehensive process safety and security architecture and a powerful framework to help IT organizations to ensure the safety of infrastructure and property in accordance with the minimum level of acceptable risk or exposure. Identifying events that could affect the achievement of objectives : Measuring the success of your event in many ways, one of which is security. As part of any good plan. The process should identify hazards and assess risks and controls to minimize the risk of injury or Damage. Events in size, nature and character is different, but all events require assessment, monitoring and risk control. While most of us understand this, we find it difficult to document the event, such as risk Register or application of risk control. Start with something simple to remember and build on it. It will be Valuable tool that you can use to assess the security event from the planning stage through to the overall. Evaluation of the event. Determining risk tolerance : Your Risk tolerance measures how comfortably you can handle declines in the value of your investment both emotionally and financially. Build a retirement portfolio tailored to your risk tolerance is crucial. In addition to providing peace of mind, it enables you to avoid making rash decisions when emotions investment market volatility. Investors who do not risk more than they can genuinely bear often end up leaving their investments at the worst possible time, Incurring losses that could have otherwise been avoided by investing in risk their comfort zone. your risk tolerance is determined by several factors, some of that combine and your ability to take risks and others that relate to your attitude to risk-taking. Your ability to take risk may depend on your age when you expect to retire, how much properties are already saved up, and your current strength and future access. Your attitude to risk depends largely on your personality and investment experience. Assessing the inherent likelihood and impact of risks : For internal Auditor, Risk analysis is important because it provides information on the priorities in the audit universe. Auditor looking at all he has the right to audit (audit universe) and wondered where his career, giving the point, is better executed. You need to think this through: not in areas where management knows they have issues. If she inspections there, hell find ways to respond to management resounding So what, we knew that already added value insurance directly. That the auditor should consider are the areas where the risk is great, but according to the management appropriately mitigated. Chemical residues reviews do him no good, because the colour management will be sufficiently mitigated the risk as the residual risk. It gets confused and states the primary risk or low risk normal residual value. Thus, the internal Auditor wants to review natural hazards. Evaluating the portfolio of risks and determining risk responses : By taking a portfolio approach to risk management, companies can optimize, rather than reduce, natural hazards. However, as the inherent risk of failure to align with the business of risk appetite, risk responses should be applied. Response options include accepting the risk, in order to avoid risks and reduce risk. Reduce the cost of operations should be considered along with the benefits to fully determine the actual benefit of all responses. Estimated net profit is important to determine what is the most appropriate response (s) risk. One such activity is the reduction of business process management (BPM), which is also important for effective enterprise risk management (ERM). By linking performance specification for the process to strategic objectives, BPM can be a useful tool to efficiently manage risk from a portfolio perspective tool. Assessing residual likelihood and impact of risks : Risks commonly accepted definition is: information security threats usually are divided into three categories of natural, plant or human Possibility that the threat (or threat agent) to exploit vulnerability is due multiplied by the impact of business they use. and the effects will be assessed on the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets. The organizations have been carrying out this procedure successfully to assess the risk for many years. What organizations are struggling with is that when you do this type of assessment and how to use the results to make decisions to implement the time, money and resources to reduce the risk. In terms of information assets, risk assessment methods. Conclusion We learn here how risk management process is important. Risk assessment and frameworks standard are very effective in risk management process. Risk management is relevant to everything you do, not just the advice you give the client but yourself and the way you run your office. Risk assessment consider the risk quality and quantity. Jignesh Raval 1
Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Introduction When I planned to start this paper I was unsure of what I wanted to pick but it was not long after, I started to think about what was important to me in policing. Each one that I picked are related to each other in the business of police. I think the three issues that I picked were very important, each being important in their own ways. Not only do I think they are important but with the amount of information I found off of each of them; I think a lot of other people thought it was important as well. I will explain each of them in a small amount of detail in the introduction, but enough so that you may understand what you are about to read about. The first issue that I would like to talk about is one that I think ties withÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦With this being said police are having to act very carefully more so now than twenty of so years ago. The last Issue that I will talk about is something that I think can be changed by enforcing stricter laws. For this to h appen though it could be against someoneÃ¢â¬â¢s rights though, but this issue is an issue that has not been going on that long but it has been around since people first lived. You may wonder what would be something that has really changed all that much and has been around that long well the answer is media. Yes media has changed a lot since it first started, and yes it has changed a lot for police as well in helping them and not helping them. I think some would agree that at this day and time police are seen as the bad guys or the spot light gets put on them all the time. You really see this happen when there is an officer involved shooting. Something that was talked about in my police and the community class was that media like to jump the gun. They try to get information out there even if it may be fake news or false news. This is something where police need to tighten the ropes and set laws for media on making these comments if it is not true. 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Sunday, May 17, 2020
In phonetics and phonology, free variation is an alternative pronunciation of a word (or of a phoneme in a word) that doesnt affect the words meaning. Free variation is free in the sense that it doesnt result in a different word. As William B. McGregor observes, Absolutely free variation is rare. Usually, there are reasons for it, perhaps the speakers dialect, perhaps the emphasis the speaker wants to put on the word (Linguistics: An Introduction, 2009). Commentary When the same speaker produces noticeably different pronunciations of the word cat (e.g. by exploding or not exploding the final /t/), the different realizations of the phonemes are said to be in free variation. (Alan Cruttenden, Gimsons Pronunciation of English, 8th ed. Routledge, 2014) Free Variation in Context Sounds that are in free variation occur in the same context, and thus are not predictable, but the difference between the two sounds does not change one word into another. Truly free variation is rather hard to find. Humans are very good at picking up distinctions in ways of speaking, and assigning meaning to them, so finding distinctions that are truly unpredictable and that truly have no shade of difference in meaning is rare. (Elizabeth C. Zsiga, The Sounds of Language: An Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology. Wiley-Blackwell, 2012) [F]ree variation, however infrequent, can be found between the realizations of separate phonemes (phonemic free variation, as in [i] and [aI] of either), as well as between the allophones of the same phoneme (allophonic free variation, as in [k] and [kÃ ¥] of back)...Ã For some speakers, [i] may be in free variation with [I] in final position (e.g. city [sIti, sItI], happy [hÃ"â¢pi, hÃ"â¢pI]). The use of final unstressed [I] is most common to the south of a line drawn west from Atlantic City to northern Missouri, thence southwest to New Mexico. (Mehmet Yavas, Applied English Phonology, 2nd ed. Wiley-Blackwell, 2012) Stressed and Unstressed Syllables There can... be free variation between full and reduced vowels in unstressed syllables, which also has to do with related morphemes. For example, the word affix can be a verb or a noun, and the form carries stress on the final syllable and the latter on the initial one. But in actual speech, the initial vowel of the verb is actually in free variation with schwa and the full vowel: /Ãâ¢fIks/ and /Ã"â¢fIks/, and this unstressed full vowel is the same as that found in the initial syllable of the noun, /Ã"â¢fIks/. This kind of alternation is probably due to the fact that both forms actually occur, and they are instances of two lexical items that are not just formally but also semantically closely related. Cognitively, when only one is actually evoked in a given construction, both are probably activated nevertheless, and this is the likely source of this free variation. (Riitta VÃ ¤limaa-Blum, Cognitive Phonology in Construction Grammar: Analytic Tools for Students of English. Walter de Gruyter, 2005) Extragrammatical Factors The fact that variation is free does not imply that it is totally unpredictable, but only that no grammatical principles govern the distribution of variants. Nevertheless, a wide range of extragrammatical factors may affect the choice of one variant over the other, including sociolinguistic variables (such as gender, age, and class), and performance variables (such as speech style and tempo). Perhaps the most important diagnostic of extragrammatical variables is that they affect the choice of occurrence of one output in a stochastic way, rather than deterministically. (RenÃ © Kager, Optimality Theory. Cambridge University Press, 1999)
Friday, May 15, 2020
The FileSize function returns the size of a file, in bytes -- a useful result for certain file-handing applications within a Delphi program. Get File Size The FileSize function returns the size of a file in bytes; the function returns -1 if the file was not found. // returns file size in bytes or -1 if not found.function FileSize(fileName : wideString) : Int64;varsr : TSearchRec;beginif FindFirst(fileName, faAnyFile, sr ) 0 thenresult : Int64(sr.FindData.nFileSizeHigh) shl Int64(32) Int64(sr.FindData.nFileSizeLow)elseresult : -1;FindClose(sr);end; When you have the size of a file in bytes, you may wish to format the size for display (Kb, Mb, Gb) to assist your end users in comprehending the data without having to convert units.
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
Progressivism Philosophy of Education The philosophy of progressivism in the classroom is one that is student centered. Being developed in the nineteenth century, the progressivism philosophy is considered one of the more modern philosophies of teaching. Founded by George Sanders Pierce, William James and John Dewey, this philosophy believes in hands on, action oriented learning to achieve results (Sadovnik, Cookson, Semel, 2013). This philosophy believes that education transpires through questions that develop from experiencing the world. In other words, progressivism is active, not passive. Progressivism is a great way of reaching students in the classroom as shown through the purpose, and goal of school, role of the teacher, curriculum and method used in teaching with this philosophy of education. Purpose of Schooling The purpose of schooling, according to progressivism, is heavily thought to be social, or a liberal perspective. The liberal perspective on the purpose of schooling is the development and improvement of a better society. This liberal perspective developed during the progressive era of the U.S with the height of its popularity being after World War I. The liberal perspective supports capitalist market but believes if this market is not regulated it is likely that disadvantaged groups will be abused (Sadovnik, Cookson, Semel, 2013). Because of this, liberals believe that it vital for the government to be involved in the economic, political and socialShow MoreRelatedMy Philosophy of Education is Progressivism1372 Words Ã |Ã 5 Pagesbelieve the essence of education includes growth. The purpose of education is not to just fill our head with lots of information, but to discover your uniqueness and to teach us how to develop it, and to show us how to, in return, give it away. 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.1.INTRODUCTION: This research is an overview that how organization can improve their output by information system planning and implementation? Ethical and professional practices as well as effective risk management, improving the outcomes and monitoring the performance.ERP system gives flexibility, quick response.ERP was introduced in early 1990Ã¢â¬â¢s to cope with the requirements of the market. This system is difficult to get in practice as it has many modules and can be modified according to the need of an organization. 1.1CompanyÃ¢â¬â¢s introduction SSGC (Sui Southern Gas company limited) is the PakistanÃ¢â¬â¢s most leading company. Its purpose to provide natural gas to all the regions of the country. Beside transmission construction off allÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦1.7 Research problem: * To find out the factors of implementation of ERP. * To analyze the structure and planning of ERP in Sui Southern Gas Company Limited. 1.8Objective: * To overview the implementation of ERP in Sui Southern Gas Company. * To explain the importance of ERP as best practice in an organization. 1.9Limitations: There are many limitations in our current study due to which our research work got effected. Due to limitation of time(4 months) we do not at this point differentiate between alternative explanations for our findings. Also due to the limited financial resources. 2.Literature Review 2.1Social capital: Social capital :is the way to secure benefits via social networks. These benefits include gaining knowledge about network norms. It also represents the benefits of the benefits of members of human networks and communities. Repetition of interaction between people while they perform routine actions and work and procedure will form and transfer information .Social capital bridges the gap between the people within organization. Social capital; enhances communication, collaboration, knowledge access between the employees of organization. Social capital exploits knowledge and information skills. It is positively much related to post implementation learning. 2.2Post implementation: It is the process in which knowledge is created through experience. PostShow MoreRelatedA Proposal For Personal Finance1976 Words Ã |Ã 8 Pages2016 ENGL 3310_48F Technical Report Writing Subject: A proposal for Personal Finance 101 to be added to the Bachelors of General Studies Degree Curriculum. The Mission Statement of Lamar University, aspires to engage and empower students with the skills and knowledge to thrive in their personal lives and chosen fields of endeavor. 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Question: Discuss about theMemoization and Fibonacci Numbers for Dynamic Programming. Answer: Introduction Dynamic programming involves breaking down complex problem into sub-programs that can be solved easily. Once the sub-problem is solved, the answer is combined to get solution to complex a problem. The main problem in this project would be using memoization and dynamic programing concepts in Fibonacci numbers. In many cases, Fibonacci numbers calculation makes use of recursion which is quite iterative in nature. Important to note is that, dynamic programming application in Fibonacci numbers is used to avoid multiple sub-program calculations experienced in recursive algorithms. Memoization in dynamic programming takes both Bottom-pup and Top-down approach in solving the subject problem (Moerkotte Neumann, 2008). The Top-down approach breaks complex problem into sub-optimal problems while Bottom-Up approach combines sub-optimal solutions to desirable solution. The process starts by selecting a problem. Once problem has been identified, the best approach is chosen, Top-down or Bottom-up . Generally, dynamic problem works in cases where problems have right-left inherent order such as sequence of integers, strings ad trees graphs. Memoization involves concepts of storing results from previously computed functions and calling them on demand. On the other hand, recursion takes place when a program function calls itself several times while giving similar results from provided inputs. When results from integers are computed from provided inputs, they are stored in a buffer waiting to be conjoined to one desirable but complex optimal solution. The process might look similar to recursion but dynamic programming does not need recursion in order to work. Dynamic programing has its power on being able to understand which partial results would be required in building up the final answer (Dai, Chen Zheng, 2018). Therefore, the goal of this project would be to implement dynamic programming concepts when calculating an nth value in Fibonacci numbers through memoization. Typical problems There are many cases where dynamic programming has been applied but it is very important to evaluate which approach would work best. To understand the concept of memoization, dynamic programming and its application in Fibonacci numbers, some case studies would feature in the discussion. This section would be analyzed intensively by breaking it down into overview of memoization from inception to present. The background information would give detailed concepts of memoization and its application in dynamic programming. Similarly, it will involve evaluation of the problem, its importance and relevance to the study. It is at this section where key important aspect of memoization and dynamic programming are incorporated. It is at these two levels where implementation of memoization as it has been conjoined in the dynamic programming is done. Background information Dynamic programming date back 1950s when its concept was first introduced with an objective of making complex calculation simple (Cormen et al, 2009). Its operation is based on common phenomenon of principle of optimality. The principle implies that, the general optimal solution is a mere combination of sub-optimal solutions to some of its sub-problems. An evaluation of matrix chain multiplication problem shows that, it is quite wrong to assume the only value of interest is optimal. All values in the matrix table serves as a representation of optimal solution in the problem domain. It is important to note that Fibonacci numbers starts with only two set of values; either integer 1 and 1 or 0 and 1 in relation to chosen starting point. According to Stivala et al (2010), memoization and dynamic programming is applicable in Fibonacci numbers due to the fact that, it can be expressed in a finite sequence of decisions at several stages. The combination of both recursive and memoization was meant to come up with more reliable methodology to increase the performance of program execution. It is very clear from various evaluations of research that, dynamic programming through memoization has a wide array of applications. Finally, though it is highly recommended in many projects, it presents several challenges. However, it has been successfully implemented in various projects. Problem relevance and importance The problem is quite relevant to the study in that, with dynamic programming, the recursive nature of the problem is eliminated in the program. A good example depicts itself when a program to find for nth value such as 100 is run. In this case, instead of generating an array of numbers recursively, the entire set of 99 arrays is generated once and stored in order to be used in capturing desired results (Dai, Chen Zheng, 2018). Similarly, when dynamic programming is used in a program, memoization is the critical idea that improves program execution performance by eliminating the recursive nature of execution. Dynamic programming makes use of recursion and memoization to come up with more improved performance of generating and locating a given set of Fibonacci value (Fender, 2014). Therefore, the most important aspect would be to implement memoization in a program that generates a given value in Fibonacci numbers to improve its performance index. Timeline and milestones Period Milestones 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week Planning Resources acquisition Coding Testing and deployment References Cormen, T. H., Leiserson, C. E., Rivest, R. L., Stein, C. (2009). Introduction to algorithms. Cambridge: MIT Press. Dai, H. P., Chen, D. D., Zheng, Z. S. (2018). Effects of Random Values for Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm. Algorithms, 11(2), 23. Fender, p. I. T. (2014). Efficient memoization algorithms for query optimization: top-down join enumeration through... Memoization on the basis of hypergraphs: anchor academic publishing. Jaffar, J., Santosa, A. E., Voicu, R. (2008). Efficient Memoization for Dynamic Programming with Ad-Hoc Constraints. In AAAI (Vol. 8, pp. 297-303). Moerkotte, G., Neumann, T. (2008). Dynamic programming strikes back. In Proceedings of the 2008 ACM SIGMOD international conference on Management of data. (pp. 539- 552). ACM. Stivala, A., Stuckey, P. J., de la Banda, M. G., Hermenegildo, M., Wirth, A. (2010). Lock-free parallel dynamic programming. Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, 70(8), 839-848.