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METHOD AND ALGORITHM FOR MINIMIZATION OF PROBABILISTIC AUTOMATA
By: Olga Siedlecka  (1867 reads)
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Abstract: The theory of probabilistic automata is still evolving discipline of theory of information. As in classical theory of automata, it might be a base for computations, can be exploited in design and verification of circuits and algorithms, in lexical analyzers in compilers computers in future. Minimization of any type of automata gives always saving in resources and time, and is important problem that has been analyzed for almost sixty years. Different types of automata are used for modeling systems or machines with finite number of states. In this article we show few specific type of probabilistic automata, especially the reactive probabilistic finite automata with accepting states (in brief the reactive probabilistic automata), and definitions of languages accepted by it. We present definition of bisimulation relation for automata's states and define relation of indistinguishableness of automata states, on base of which we could effectuate automata minimization. Next we present detailed algorithm reactive probabilistic automata’s minimization with determination of its complexity and analyse example solved with help of this algorithm.

Keywords: minimization algorithm, reactive probabilistic automata, equivalence of states of automata, bisimulation relation.

ACM Classification Keywords: F. Theory of Computation, F.1 Computation by Abstract Devices, F.1.1 Models of Computation, Automata; F.4 Mathematical logic and formal languages, F.4.3 Formal Languages

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METHOD AND ALGORITHM FOR MINIMIZATION OF PROBABILISTIC AUTOMATA

Olga Siedlecka

http://foibg.com/ijita/vol16/IJITA16-1-p04.pdf

ADAPTIVE APPROACH TO STATIC CORRECTION WITH RESPECT TO APRIORISTIC ...
By: Tatyana Stupina  (1778 reads)
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Abstract: In that paper problems that arising in seismic data processing for real time are considered. The main issue is defects in investigation of mathematical and physical model of object. The static and kinematic residual correction problem is relevant for real time in spite of the modern graph of seismic data processing contains such procedures. The quality of final results that presented by seismic and depth-distance plot doesn’t answer to modern requirements. Three adaptive approaches to realization of numerical method for regression model of static and kinematic residual correction problem are considered. Its use a priory information about number of supporting points of seismic profile at the most.

Keywords: the model of residual time of reflected waves, kinematic and static corrections, number of supporting points of seismic profile, line regression model, measure of a priori information, functional of quality, adaptive algorithm, the condition of stability.

ACM Classification Keywords: G1.10 Numerical Analysis - Applications, G3 Probability and statistics - Correlation and regression analysis.

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ADAPTIVE APPROACH TO STATIC CORRECTION WITH RESPECT TO APRIORISTIC INFORMATION IN PROBLEM OF SEISMIC DATA PROCESSING

Tatyana Stupina

http://foibg.com/ijita/vol16/IJITA16-1-p03.pdf

SOLVING LARGE SYSTEMS OF BOOLEAN EQUATIONS
By: Arkadij Zakrevskij  (2208 reads)
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Abstract. Systems of many Boolean equations with many variables are regarded, which have a lot of practical applications in logic design and diagnostics, pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, etc. A special attention is paid to systems of linear equations playing an important role in information security problems. A compact matrix representation is suggested for such systems. A series of original methods and algorithms for their solution is surveyed in this paper, as well as the information concerning their program implementation and experimental estimation of their efficiency.

Keywords: Solving Boolean equations, large systems, combinatorial search

ACM Classification Keywords: G.2.1 Combinatorics. I.2.8. Problem solving, G.3 Probability and Statistics

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SOLVING LARGE SYSTEMS OF BOOLEAN EQUATIONS

Arkadij Zakrevskij

http://foibg.com/ijita/vol16/IJITA16-1-p02.pdf

COGNITION HORIZON AND THE THEORY OF HYPER-RANDOM PHENOMENA
By: Igor Gorban  (2215 reads)
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Abstract: In the generalized paper, materials of physic-mathematical theory of hyper-random phenomena oriented to description of statistically unstable physical phenomena are presented. Cognition questions of the world are discussed from position of this theory. Different measurement models are researched. The hypothesis of statistical unpredictability and the hypothesis of hyper-random setting up of the world are analyzed. From these hypotheses follow that cognition horizon is restricted by boundaries of unpredictable changes of researched physical phenomenon and of statistical conditions of their observations.

Keywords: hyper-random phenomena, setting up of the world, measurement models, cognition.

ACM Classification Keywords G.3 Probability and Statistics

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COGNITION HORIZON AND THE THEORY OF HYPER-RANDOM PHENOMENA

Igor Gorban

http://foibg.com/ijita/vol16/IJITA16-1-p01.pdf

INDIRECT SPATIAL DATA EXTRACTION FROM WEB DOCUMENTS
By: Blagoev et al.  (2158 reads)
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Abstract: An approach for indirect spatial data extraction by learning restricted finite state automata from web documents created using Bulgarian language are outlined in the paper. It uses heuristics to generalize initial finite-state automata that recognizes only the positive examples and nothing else into automata that recognizes as larger language as possible without extracting any non-positive examples from the training data set. The learning method, program realization and experiments are presented. The investigation is carried out in accordance and following the rules of EU INSPIRE Network.

Keywords: Indirect Spatial Data, Automatic Data Extraction, Restricted Finite State Automata, Web Documents.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.2.8 Database Applications - Data mining; F.1.1 Models of Computation - Finite State Automata

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INDIRECT SPATIAL DATA EXTRACTION FROM WEB DOCUMENTS

Dimitar Blagoev, George Totkov, Milena Staneva, Krassimira Ivanova, Krassimir Markov, Peter Stanchev

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-4-p08.pdf

DISTRIBUTED VIRTUAL LABORATORIES FOR SMART SENSOR SYSTEM DESIGN
By: Palagin et al.  (2191 reads)
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Abstract: In the article it is considered preconditions and main principles of creation of virtual laboratories for computer-aided design, as tools for interdisciplinary researches. An important feature of this project is using the advanced multi-dimensional access method for organizing the information base of the Virtual laboratory. Virtual laboratory, what are offered, is worth to be used on the stage of the requirements specification or EFT-stage, because it gives the possibility of fast estimating of the project realization, certain characteristics and, as a result, expected benefit of its applications. Using of these technologies already increase automation level of design stages of new devices for different purposes. Proposed computer technology gives possibility to specialists from such scientific fields, as chemistry, biology, biochemistry, physics etc, to check possibility of device creating on the basis of developed sensors. It lets to reduce terms and costs of designing of computer devices and systems on the early stages of designing, for example on the stage of requirements specification or EFT-stage. An instance of using the VLCAD is designing the Portable Device "Floratest" as Tool for Estimating of Megalopolis Ecology State. Portable device "Floratest" is aimed for express-diagnostic of plant state. It is developed in the V.M. Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Party of this device is manufactured and transferred to organizations, worked in the agricultural sector, environmental protection area, mineral fertilizer production etc. for working out of methodical tools. Using of the device for estimating of megalopolis ecology state by means of evaluation of green plant state is described in the article. Together with Megalopolis Ecomonitoring and Biodiversity Research Center of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine there were got results of experimental researches of influence detecting of heavy metals and harmful substances on the trees and plants in Kiev.

Keywords: Virtual Laboratory; Computer-Aided? Design; Access Methods; Distributed System, Kautsky effect, chlorophyll, chlorophyll fluorescence induction, fluorescence, fluorometer, portable device, ecology.

ACM Classification Keywords: J.6 Computer-Aided? Engineering –Computer-Aided Design (CAD); D.4.3 File Systems Management – Access Methods; K.4.3 Organizational Impacts – Computer-Supported? Collaborative Work; J.3 Life and Medical Sciences - Biology and Genetics, J.7 Computers in Other Systems – Real Time, C.3 Special-Purpose? and Application-Based? Systems – Microprocessor/microcomputer applications

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DISTRIBUTED VIRTUAL LABORATORIES FOR SMART SENSOR SYSTEM DESIGN

Oleksandr Palagin, Volodymyr Romanov, Vitalii Velychko, Igor Galelyuka, Volodymyr Fedak, Volodymyr Grusha, Dmytro Artemenko, Oksana Galelyuka

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-4-p07.pdf

ON THE EXTERIOR PENALTY FUNCTION METHOD FOR THE CONSTRAINED OPTIMAL ...
By: Mahmoud Farag  (2009 reads)
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Abstract: This paper presents the numerical solution of a constrained optimal control problem (COCP) for quasilinear parabolic equations. The COCP Is converted to unconstrained optimization problem (UOCP) by applying the exterior penalty function method. The numerical algorithm for solving UOCP using the conjugate gradient method (CGM) is given. The computing optimal controls are helped to identify the unknown coefficients of the quasilinear parabolic equation. Numerical results are reported.

Keywords: optimal control, quasilinear parabolic equations, penalty function method, finite difference methods.

ACM Classification Keywords: G.1 Numerical Analysis, G.1.6 Optimization, G.1.8 Partial Differential Equations

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ON THE EXTERIOR PENALTY FUNCTION METHOD FOR THE CONSTRAINED OPTIMAL CONTROL PROBLEM FOR QUASILINEAR PARABOLIC EQUATIONS

Mahmoud Farag

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-4-p06.pdf

MULTIAGENT SYSTEM FOR SMART DOCUMENT ANALYSIS
By: Vyachslav Lanin, Elena Mozzherina  (1981 reads)
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Abstract: In the article you can find an intermediate outcomes for the complex approach to implementation of development electronic document management subsystem in the CASE-system METAS. The system meant for creating distributed information systems that allow dynamic settings for changeable environment and user requirements. The operational efficiency of electronic documents processing is suggested to increase considerable because of automatic smart document analysis. Agent- and ontology-based approaches are suggested as a solution. Ontologies are used to present the semantic and the structure of the document explicitly. Agents are used for simplification of analysis, made it scalable and upgradable. The results of smart analysis and processing of the documents taken from the heterogeneous sources can be used not only for automatic document classification and clusterization in information system in user friendly form, not only for reducing the labor intensity for subject field analysis and design of information system, but also for intellectualization the processes of reports creating based on information from the database of the system.

Keywords: ontology, agent, multiagent system, smart search, document analysis, adaptive information systems, CASE-technology.

ACM Classification Keywords: D.2 Software Engineering: D.2.2 Design Tools and Techniques – Computer-aided software engineering (CASE); H.2 Database Management: H.2.3 Languages – Report writers; H.3.3 Information Search and Retrieval – Query formulation.

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MULTIAGENT SYSTEM FOR SMART DOCUMENT ANALYSIS

Vyachslav Lanin, Elena Mozzherina

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-4-p05.pdf

EXPERIENCE OF DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF EXPERT SYSTEMS ...
By: Alexey Voloshyn, Victoria Satyr  (2537 reads)
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Annotation: In this article there are considered problems of forecasting economical macroparameters, and in the first place, index of inflation. Concept of development of synthetical forecasting methods which use directly specified expert information as well as calculation result on the basis of objective economical and mathematical models for forecasting separate “slowly changeable parameters” are offered. This article discusses problems of macroparameters operation on the basis of analysis of received prognostic magnitude.

Key words: decision tree method, index of inflation, expert information, operation.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.2 Information Systems Applications: Types of Systems: Decision Support.

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EXPERIENCE OF DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF EXPERT SYSTEMS FOR ECONOMIC MACROPARAMETERS FORECASTING AND OPERATION

Alexey Voloshyn, Victoria Satyr

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-4-p04.pdf

EVOLUTION BY CHOICE IN ONTOLOGIES
By: Stefan Kojnov, Vassil Sgurev  (2063 reads)
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Abstract: Blindly copying and mimicking evolutionary processes in animated nature along with well developed mathematical models for them looses its base, the inevitable evolution looses its meaning. Instead the evolution by choice more and more establishes itself and it has much greater perspectives to spread. The experiments of evolution by choice is in an abstract mathematical domain where the models include numerous number of elements, i.e. much too bigger in number than the biological evolutionary models. The paper introduces the idea of evolving-by-choice ontologies, a juxtaposition of evolving ontologies with an evolution by choice algorithm. A principle scheme of evolving-by-choice ontology is introduced and the starting options of the model are presented. In total the fundamental problem for biologically inevitable evolution – prove that the solution space exists – in the case of evolving-by-choice ontologies is replaced by the problem to find the shortest path to the solution space.

Keywords: inevitable evolution, evolution by choice, evolving ontologies, evolving-ontologies state-of-the-art, evolving-by-choice ontologies.

ACM Classification Keywords: C.0 Computer Systems Organization – System architectures, C.4 Performance of Systems – Modeling techniques & Performance attributes, D.2.4 Software/Program Verification - Validation, D.2.8 Metrics – Complexity measures & Performance measures, D.2.9 Management - Life cycle & Productivity, D.2.10 Design – Methodologies, D.4.8 Performance – Modeling and prediction, F.2.2 Nonnumerical Algorithms and Problems – Complexity of proof procedures, G.4 Mathematical Software – Efficiency

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EVOLUTION BY CHOICE IN ONTOLOGIES

Stefan Kojnov, Vassil Sgurev

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-4-p03.pdf

UPGRADABLE TREE-LEVEL EDITOR OF METAONTOLOGIES, ONTOLOGIES AND KNOWLEDGE ...
By: Irene Artemieva  (1987 reads)
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Abstract: Development of upgradable tree-level editor of metaontologies, ontologies and knowledge for a chemistry intellectual system is described. A fragment of multilevel chemistry ontology is given. A dialogue scenario for editing ontologies of the second level is described. Data base schemes for representing ontologies and knowledge are defined. A way for adding graphical components to the editor is described.

Keywords: Upgradable multilevel editor of ontologies and knowledge, domain ontology, chemistry ontology, domain knowledge

ACM Classification Keywords: I 2.5 – Expert system tools and techniques.

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UPGRADABLE TREE-LEVEL EDITOR OF METAONTOLOGIES, ONTOLOGIES AND KNOWLEDGE OF CHEMISTRY AND ITS DEVELOPMENT ON THE BASIS OF MULTILEVEL CHEMISTRY ONTOLOGY

Irene Artemieva

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-4-p02.pdf

HIERARCHICAL THREE-LEVEL ONTOLOGY FOR TEXT PROCESSING
By: Gladun et al.  (2011 reads)
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Abstract: The principal feature of ontology, which is developed for a text processing, is wider knowledge representation of an external world due to introduction of three-level hierarchy. It allows improving semantic interpretation of natural language texts.

Keywords: ontology, text processing, thematic text analysis.

ACM Classification Keywords: I.2.7 Natural Language Processing - Text analysis

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HIERARCHICAL THREE-LEVEL ONTOLOGY FOR TEXT PROCESSING

Victor Gladun, Vitalii Velychko, Leonid Svyatogor

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-4-p01.pdf

MOBILE SEARCH AND ADVERTISING
By: Lovitskii et al.  (2313 reads)
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Abstract: Mobile advertising is a rapidly growing sector providing brands and marketing agencies the opportunity to connect with consumers beyond traditional and digital media and instead communicate directly on their mobile phones. Mobile advertising will be intrinsically linked with mobile search, which has transported from the internet to the mobile and is identified as an area of potential growth. The result of mobile searching show that as a general rule such search result exceed 160 characters; the dialog is required to deliver the relevant portion of a response to the mobile user. In this paper we focus initially on mobile search and mobile advert creation, and later the mechanism of interaction between the user’s request, the result of searching, advertising and dialog.

Keywords: mobile text messages, mobile search, mobile advertising, question-answering system

ACM Classification Keywords: I.2 Artificial intelligence: I.2.7 Natural Language Processing: Text analysis.

Conference: The paper is selected from Second International Conference "Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems" INFOS 2009, Varna, Bulgaria, June-July? 2009

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MOBILE SEARCH AND ADVERTISING

Vladimir Lovitskii, Colin McCaffery?, Michael Thrasher, David Traynor, Peter Wright

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-3-p07.pdf

A MODEL FOR THE UNIVERSITY COURSE TIMETABLE PROBLEM
By: Velin Kralev  (2455 reads)
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Abstract: In this paper a model of the university course timetabling problem is presented. The basic data structures, parameters, vectors and matrices, which are used in the definition of the problem, are presented. The hard constraints, which include checking simultaneous involvement of lecturers, students or auditoriums, checking for exceeded capacity of auditoriums as well as verification of commitment of students and lecturers exceeding the predetermined number of hours, are considered. Objective functions for each of the soft constraints, which will be united in a common objective function, are defined. Thus the problem under investigation, will acquire multicriteria optimization nature. The future trends of work are presented.

Keywords: timetable problem, multicriteria optimization.

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A MODEL FOR THE UNIVERSITY COURSE TIMETABLE PROBLEM

Velin Kralev

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-3-p06.pdf

MODERN BUSINESS MODELING APPROACHES AND TOOLS FOR MANAGEMENT
By: Elena Serova  (2239 reads)
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Abstract: Improving management systems is getting more and more important and topical, as the organizational structure of modern society consists of many features, peculiarities, relations, and is continuously getting more intricate. Although the society has been complex for a long time, it is only now that we are starting to comprehend its real complexity. It has become obvious that changing a characteristic can easily cause or require change to other parts of the system. Attempting to achieve an enterprise’s highest efficiency, each modern executive should use computer modeling from time to time, as it is an efficient tool for management system research that weighs qualitatively and quantitatively characteristics of system functioning. A prerequisite of modern management is to know the principles and capabilities of modeling, be able to create research and use such models. This report considers the role of business modeling for modern management tasks. Generalizing theory development in the area along with international practices and domestic experience, the author chooses the main directions of modeling for modern management and those fields of management where applying computer modeling is more efficient.. This paper weighs perspectives of modeling used to solve business problems; considers modern modeling approaches used to describe architecture, develop operational models and carry out reengineering; briefs on existing techniques and instrumental tools used in modern business modeling.

Keywords: business process, business modeling, business process modeling techniques, simulation modeling, structure-function approach, discontinuous event-driven approach, agent modeling, modeling tools.

ACM Classification Keywords: I.6.5 Model development – Modeling methodology

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MODERN BUSINESS MODELING APPROACHES AND TOOLS FOR MANAGEMENT

Elena Serova

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-3-p05.pdf

A USE CASE SCENARIO FOR TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED LEARNING THROUGH SEMANTIC WEB ...
By: Pavlova-Draganova et al.  (2309 reads)
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Abstract: A use case scenario dealing with the formal presentation of semantic Web services for technology-enhanced learning has been developed in the frames of the SINUS project “Semantic Technologies for Web Services and Technology Enhanced Learning” . The main functionality and design of the SINUS platform, as well as its usage, are demonstrated on the basis of this scenario.

Keywords: Use Case Scenario, Technology-enhanced Learning, Semantic Web Services, Multimedia Digital Libraries.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.3.5 Online Information Services – Web-based services, K.3.1 Computer Uses in Education – Distance learning, H.3.7 Digital Libraries – Collection, Dissemination, System issues.

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A USE CASE SCENARIO FOR TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED LEARNING THROUGH SEMANTIC WEB SERVICES

Lilia Pavlova-Draganova?, Desislava Paneva-Marinova?, Lubomil Draganov

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-3-p04.pdf

IMPROVING OF RECOGNITION ACCURACY OF ECG-SIGNAL IN VARIOS DISORDERS ...
By: Bilous et al.  (2666 reads)
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Abstract: Application of ECG scale-space representation and its derivatives for clarification of point positions on results of wavelet detector for increase of boundary points determination accuracy in the automatic mode at higher rapidness while providing maximal reliability of recognition of ECG elements is offered. In addition, possibility of scale-space representation application is investigated for the selection of cardiac cycles for averaging signal. A new method of optimal drug selection is also proposed that reduces recipe space more than doubled taking into account required for treatment of patient symptoms pharmacological actions of drugs. Using the obtained function as function of goal for deterministic parametric model of optimal selection of multi-direction activity drugs allows adequately and systematically complete process of selecting of effective treatment of all symptoms of patient..

Keywords: electrocardiogram, ECG analysis, diagnostics, curvature, scale-space, dynamic programming, м-rate of curvature, optimal drug selection, coefficient of efficiency of impact.

ACM Classification Keywords: I.5 PATTERN RECOGNITION and J.3 LIFE AND MEDICAL SCIENCES

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IMPROVING OF RECOGNITION ACCURACY OF ECG-SIGNAL IN VARIOS DISORDERS OF HEART AND OPTIMIZATION OF TREATMENT BY DRUGS

Nataliya Bilous, Elena Visotskaja, Olga Kozina, Andrey Porvan, Gleb Kobzar, Alexey Krasov

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-3-p03.pdf

WIRELESS COMMUNICATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR PORTABLE ...
By: Jones et al.  (2577 reads)
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Abstract: This study is a continuation of the development of the “Electronic Mosquito,” a minimally-invasive blood sampling and analysis device. Wireless communication is a pivotal feature of the Electronic Mosquito in terms of usability and future applicability. The present article describes the design process used to construct a working wireless communication link using an established and reliable protocol. The resulting wireless link performed to specifications, with an empirically determined range of about 20 feet. Power consumption analysis indicated that the wireless system could operate for 100 days off of a CR2032 battery without any power control, and likely longer if power management is implemented in the software. The adopted communication protocol also appears to be a likely candidate for the creation of a Personal Area Medical Network standard which could greatly benefit modern medicine as well as the Electronic Mosquito.

Keywords: Electronic Mosquito, Diabetes, Non-Invasive? Monitoring, Control Systems, Wireless, ANT

ACM Keywords: Medical Information Systems

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WIRELESS COMMUNICATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR PORTABLE MICRO-ELECTROMECHANICAL DEVICE FOR REAL-TIME BLOOD SAMPLING AND GLUCOSE ANALYSIS (ELECTRONIC MOSQUITO)

Tristan D. Jones, Karan Kaler, Michel Fattouche, Martin P. Mintchev

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-3-p02.pdf

GENERALIZED INTERVAL ESTIMATIONS IN DECISION MAKING AND SCENARIO ANALYSIS
By: Gennady Shepelyov, Michael Sternin  (3001 reads)
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Abstract: Main features of a new method of expert knowledge elicitation – method of generalized interval estimations – and peculiarities of its using in decision making are presented. Expert estimation of an analyzed quantitative parameter is defined in the framework of the method by a set of intervals. This set may be shown on a plane (X, Y) by a curvilinear trapezoid. If densities of probability distributions were defined on Y-axis (“weights” of different interval estimations at their set) and on X-axis (for all interval estimations at the set) we received generalized interval estimation (GIE) of the parameter. GIE method may be used at different directions. Firstly, we may reduce GIE to mono-interval estimation averaging distributions on X-axis, taking into account their weights, and use then famous probabilistic methods to analyze problem. The average distribution is in fact a probability mixture of distributions on intervals of their set. Secondly, we may study complete structure of interval estimations that reflects expert knowledge in details. Here we automatically receive for resulting diagrams (X -parameter value, Y - level of probability) such probability distributions that are boundaries of all distributions of GIE (probability tube, or box). Besides we may receive probability distributions for different sections of p-tube both for parameter values and for probability levels and use these curves in the process of decision-making. At last, we may use GIE method as an instrument of scenario analysis in decision-making. Illustrative examples are given in the paper to demonstrate the decision-making, expert knowledge and scenario analysis aspects of the proposed approach.

Keywords: Generalized interval estimations, scenario analysis, generalized probability distributions, probability tubes.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.2 Types of Systems – Decision support; G.3 Probability and Statistics – Distribution functions.

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GENERALIZED INTERVAL ESTIMATIONS IN DECISION MAKING AND SCENARIO ANALYSIS

Gennady Shepelyov, Michael Sternin

DUAL PROBLEM OF FUZZY PORTFOLIO OPTIMIZATION
By: Yuriy Zaychenko, Maliheh Esfandiaryfard  (2389 reads)
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Abstract: The dual problem of fuzzy portfolio optimization is considered and investigated. A mathematical model of this problem was constructed, explored and the sufficient conditions for its convexity were obtained. The sufficient optimality conditions of its solution are presented.

Keywords: fuzzy portfolio, optimization, dual problem, optimality conditions

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.2. Information system Applications: Types of Systems Decision Support

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DUAL PROBLEM OF FUZZY PORTFOLIO OPTIMIZATION

Yuriy Zaychenko, Maliheh Esfandiaryfard

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-2-p06.pdf

AN ONTOLOGY-BASED APPROACH TO THE INCOMPLETE SIMULATION MODEL ...
By: Mikov et al.  (2040 reads)
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Abstract: The subsystem of simulation model completion is discussed. This subsystem is one of the components of computer-aided design and simulation system Triad.Net. Triad.Net is dedicated to computer systems design. And it is well-known, that very often investigators do not know about the behavior in details of each component of computer system being under design in the early stages of this process. The paper considers an ontology-based approach for the incomplete simulation model analysis and its automatic completion. A behavior procedure for the undefined element is searched for in special database and included in simulation model. The paper considers the method of model completion, namely, introduces the concept of a “semantic type” and some conditions that should be fulfilled for an appropriate behavior procedure to be chosen. The base ontology of simulation model representation is discussed and the choice of language OWL is explained. The presented example shows the process of simulation model automatic completion, illustrates the use of semantic type and additional conditions. Besides, the paper describes the programming tools which provide an ontology-based automatic completion, presents the semiautomatic completion of partly described simulation model in simulation system Triad and the architecture of the program subsystem being under consideration.

Keywords: Simulation, ontology, simulation model uncertainty, automatic completion, OWL.

ACM Classification Keywords: I.6 SIMULATION AND MODELING I.6.2 Simulation Languages:J.6 COMPUTER-AIDED ENGINEERING I.2 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE I.2.5 Programming Languages and Software - Expert system tools and techniques

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AN ONTOLOGY-BASED APPROACH TO THE INCOMPLETE SIMULATION MODEL ANALYSIS AND ITS AUTOMATIC COMPLETION

Alexander Mikov, Elena Zamyatina, Evgenii Kubrak

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-2-p05.pdf

STRUCTURAL MODEL OF HALFTONE IMAGE AND IMAGE SEGMENTATION EXPERIMENTS
By: Vishnevsky et al.  (2398 reads)
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Abstract: The structural model of gray-scale picture is offered. The structural model supposes the selection of objects in the image, thus their description is invariant in relation to affine transformations. Object form is exhaustive its description of. Object form is defined by its contour and the optical density function, which is certain within its contour bounds. The determination of halftone picture contour is proposed, as a sequence, consisting of straight line segments and curve arcs, and the straight line segments and the curve arcs are the critical lines of surface which corresponds to the halftone picture. An example, how to use the structural model of halftone picture for the medical preparations image processing got on the method of Kyrlyan, is considered.

Key words: structural analysis of halftone picture, contour, row model, segmentation

ACM Classification Keywords: I.5.1 Models, I.3.5 Computational Geometry and Object Modeling.

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STRUCTURAL MODEL OF HALFTONE IMAGE AND IMAGE SEGMENTATION EXPERIMENTS

Vitaly Vishnevsky, Vladimir Kalmykov, Tatyana Vlasova

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-2-p04.pdf

HIGH-PERFORMANCE INTELLIGENT COMPUTATIONS ...
By: System Administrator  (2379 reads)
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Abstract: In this paper we present different approaches to multi-source data integration for the solution of complex applied problems, in particular flood mapping and vegetation state estimation using satellite, modelling and in-situ data. Since these applications are data- and computation-intensive, we use Grid computing technologies. In such a case computational and informational resources are geographically distributed and may belong to different organisations. For this purpose, we also investigate benefits of different approaches to the integration of satellite-based monitoring systems.

Keywords: data integration, Earth observation, flood mapping, inverse modelling, neural network, Grid technologies, information system, geospatial information.

ACM Classification Keywords: I.5.1 Pattern Recognition Models – Neural nets; G.1.8 Numerical Analysis Partial Differential Equations - Inverse problems; D.2.12 Software Engineering Interoperability; F.1.2 Theory of Computation Modes of Computation - Parallelism and concurrency; F.1.1 Models of Computation - Probabilistic computation; G.4 Mathematical Software - Parallel and vector implementations; H.1.1 Information Systems Models and Principles - Systems and Information Theory; H.3.5 Information Storage and Retrieval Online Information Services; I.4.6 Image Processing and Computer Vision Segmentation - Pixel classification; I.4.8 Scene Analysis - Sensor fusion; J.2 Computer Applications Physical Sciences and Engineering - Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

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HIGH-PERFORMANCE INTELLIGENT COMPUTATIONS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND DISASTER MONITORING

Nataliia Kussul, Andrii Shelestov, Sergii Skakun, Oleksii Kravchenko

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-2-p03.pdf

ON THE FEASIBILITY OF STEERING SWALLOWABLE MICROSYSTEM CAPSULES USING ...
By: Billy Wu, Martin P. Mintchev  (2214 reads)
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Abstract: Swallowable capsule endoscopy is used for non-invasive diagnosis of some gastrointestinal (GI) organs. However, control over the position of the capsule is a major unresolved issue. This study presents a design for steering the capsule based on magnetic levitation. The levitation is stabilized with the aid of a feedback control system and diamagnetism. Peristaltic and gravitational forces to be overcome were calculated. A levitation setup was built to analyze the feasibility of using Hall Effect sensors to locate the in-vivo capsule. CAD software Maxwell 3D (Ansoft, Pittsburgh, PA) was used to determine the dimensions of the resistive electromagnets required for levitation and the feasibility of building them was examined. Comparison based on design complexity was made between positioning the patient supinely and upright.

Keywords: capsule endoscopy, gastrointestinal disorders, aided magnetic levitation.

ACM Classification Keywords: J.3 Life and Medical Sciences

Link:

ON THE FEASIBILITY OF STEERING SWALLOWABLE MICROSYSTEM CAPSULES USING AIDED MAGNETIC LEVITATION

Billy Wu, Martin P. Mintchev

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-2-p02.pdf

HARDWARE IMPLEMENTATIONS OF VIDEO WATERMARKING
By: Li et al.  (2204 reads)
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Abstract: Digital watermarking (WM) is the process that embeds an additional, identifying message called a watermark into a host multimedia object, such as audio, image or video for authentication purpose. Recently, digital WM technique, an information hiding technique has been investigated as one of the key authentication methods to maintain authenticity and security of multimedia content. By adding a transparent watermark to the multimedia content, it can be possible to make any malicious alteration detected to verify the integrity and the ownership of the digital media. During the last several years various WM techniques for still image have been extensively invented for software implementations due to the low data rate of these signals. Although the software approach holds an advantage of flexibility, certain computational restrictions may arise when attempting to operate at video rate or in portable devices. The hardware-level design offers several distinct advantages over the software implementation in terms of lower power consumption, reduced area and reliability. Therefore, there is a strong motivation for a move toward the hardware-based implementation for digital video WM system. In order to give a help for future related research works, this paper presents an up to date overview of digital video WM techniques and discusses the important considerations involving in designing VLSI architecture for a novel WM system in many ways. First of all, it goes through a brief survey on WM theory, laying out common classification criterions, discussing the properties of video WM techniques including the specific requirements as well as the comparison to image WM schemes. Various applications of video WM in practice are discussed. Since each WM application has its own specific requirements, WM design must take the intended application into account. Furthermore, the features of video WM implementations in software and hardware and comparison on those two approaches are presented from several points of view: major advantages, drawbacks and differences through the description of several examples of previous works. In addition, a versatile development methodology for hardware WM implementation including the general scheme of a proposed digital video WM system and testing using the custom breadboard are described.

Keywords: Digital video, watermarking, WM, hardware implementation, security.

ACM Classification Keywords: B.0 Hardware

Link:

HARDWARE IMPLEMENTATIONS OF VIDEO WATERMARKING

Xin Li, Yonatan Shoshan, Alexander Fish, Graham Jullien, Orly Yadid-Pecht?

http://foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol03/IJITK03-2-p01.pdf

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