Menu
SECOND ATTEMPT TO BUILD A MODEL OF THE TIC-TAC-TOE GAME 1
By: Dimiter Dobrev  (2590 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: We want to make a program which can play any game or in other words we want to make AI. It is impossible to include in this program the rules of all games and that is why our program should be able to find these rules by itself. We cannot solve this problem in the general case. So, our first task will be to make a program which is able to find the rules of the Tic-Tac-Toe? game. Even this task is too complicated. So, first we will try to find these rules manually and this will help us make a program which is able to find these rules automatically.

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Games, Automated reasoning.

ACM Classification Keywords: I.2.0 Artificial Intelligence - Philosophical foundations

Link:

SECOND ATTEMPT TO BUILD A MODEL OF THE TIC-TAC-TOE GAME 1

Dimiter Dobrev

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-02/IBS-02-p19.pdf

DERIVATION OF CONTEXT-FREE STOCHASTIC L-GRAMMAR RULES ...
By: Robertas Damaševičius  (3323 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: Formal grammars can used for describing complex repeatable structures such as DNA sequences. In this paper, we describe the structural composition of DNA sequences using a context-free stochastic L-grammar. L-grammars are a special class of parallel grammars that can model the growth of living organisms, e.g. plant development, and model the morphology of a variety of organisms. We believe that parallel grammars also can be used for modeling genetic mechanisms and sequences such as promoters. Promoters are short regulatory DNA sequences located upstream of a gene. Detection of promoters in DNA sequences is important for successful gene prediction. Promoters can be recognized by certain patterns that are conserved within a species, but there are many exceptions which makes the promoter recognition a complex problem. We replace the problem of promoter recognition by induction of context-free stochastic L-grammar rules, which are later used for the structural analysis of promoter sequences. L-grammar rules are derived automatically from the drosophila and vertebrate promoter datasets using a genetic programming technique and their fitness is evaluated using a Support Vector Machine (SVM) classifier. The artificial promoter sequences generated using the derived Lgrammar rules are analyzed and compared with natural promoter sequences.

Keywords: stochastic context-free L-grammar, DNA modeling, machine learning, data mining, bioinformatics.

ACM Classification Keywords: F.4.2 Grammars and Other Rewriting Systems; I.2.6 Knowledge acquisition; I.5 Pattern recognition; J.3 Life and medical sciences.

Link:

DERIVATION OF CONTEXT-FREE STOCHASTIC L-GRAMMAR RULES FOR PROMOTER SEQUENCE MODELING USING SUPPORT VECTOR MACHINE

Robertas Damaševičius

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-02/IBS-02-p13.pdf

SIMULTANEOUS CONTROL OF CHAOTIC SYSTEMS USING RBF NETWORKS
By: Castellanos et al.  (2539 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: Chaos control is a concept that recently acquiring more attention among the research community, concerning the fields of engineering, physics, chemistry, biology and mathematic. This paper presents a method to simultaneous control of deterministic chaos in several nonlinear dynamical systems. A radial basis function networks (RBFNs) has been used to control chaotic trajectories in the equilibrium points. Such neural network improves results, avoiding those problems that appear in other control methods, being also efficient dealing with a relatively small random dynamical noise.

Keywords: Neural Network, Radial basis function, Backpropagation, Chaotic Dynamic Systems, Control Feedback Methods.

ACM Classification Keywords: F.1.1 Models of Computation: Self-modifying machines (neural networks); F.1.2 Modes of Computation: Alternation and nondeterminism; G.1.7 Ordinary Differential Equations: Chaotic systems;

Link:

SIMULTANEOUS CONTROL OF CHAOTIC SYSTEMS USING RBF NETWORKS

Angel Castellanos, Rafael Gonzalo, Ana Martinez

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-02/IBS-02-p04.pdf

AUTOMATIC GENERATION OF TITLES FOR A CORPUS OF QUESTIONS
By: Jesús Cardeñosa, Carolina Gallardo  (2437 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: This paper describes the followed methodology to automatically generate titles for a corpus of questions that belong to sociological opinion polls. Titles for questions have a twofold function: (1) they are the input of user searches and (2) they inform about the whole contents of the question and possible answer options. Thus, generation of titles can be considered as a case of automatic summarization. However, the fact that summarization had to be performed over very short texts together with the aforementioned quality conditions imposed on new generated titles led the authors to follow knowledge-rich and domain-dependent strategies for summarization, disregarding the more frequent extractive techniques for summarization.

Keywords: Summarization, text processing, subjective clustering.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.3.1 Content Analysis and Indexing

Link:

AUTOMATIC GENERATION OF TITLES FOR A CORPUS OF QUESTIONS

Jesús Cardeñosa, Carolina Gallardo

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-02/IBS-02-p14.pdf

METHODOLOGY FOR LANGUAGE ANALYSIS AND GENERATION ...
By: Cardeñosa et al.  (2615 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: The best results in the application of computer science systems to automatic translation are obtained in word processing when texts pertain to specific thematic areas, with structures well defined and a concise and limited lexicon. In this article we present a plan of systematic work for the analysis and generation of language applied to the field of pharmaceutical leaflet, a type of document characterized by format rigidity and precision in the use of lexicon. We propose a solution based in the use of one interlingua as language pivot between source and target languages; we are considering Spanish and Arab languages in this case of application.

Keywords: Controlled languages; Interlingua-based Machine Translation

ACM Classification Keywords: I.2.7 Natural Language Processing

Link:

METHODOLOGY FOR LANGUAGE ANALYSIS AND GENERATION IN CLOSED DOMAINS: PHARMACEUTICAL LEAFLET

Jesús Cardeñosa, Carolina Gallardo, Adriana Toni

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-02/IBS-02-p17.pdf

THE CASCADE ORTHOGONAL NEURAL NETWORK
By: Bodyanskiy et al.  (4447 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: in the paper new non-conventional growing neural network is proposed. It coincides with the Cascade- Correlation Learning Architecture structurally, but uses ortho-neurons as basic structure units, which can be adjusted using linear tuning procedures. As compared with conventional approximating neural networks proposed approach allows significantly to reduce time required for weight coefficients adjustment and the training dataset size.

Keywords: orthogonal activation functions, ortho-synapse, ortho-neuron, cascade orthogonal neural network.

ACM Classification Keywords: I.2.6 Learning – Connectionism and neural nets

Link:

THE CASCADE ORTHOGONAL NEURAL NETWORK

Yevgeniy Bodyanskiy, Artem Dolotov, Iryna Pliss, Yevgen Viktorov

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-02/IBS-02-p02.pdf

OUTLIERS RESISTANT LEARNING ALGORITHM FOR RADIAL-BASIS-FUZZY-WAVELET-NEURAL ...
By: Bodyanskiy et al.  (2843 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: In this paper an outliers resistant learning algorithm for the radial-basis-fuzzy-wavelet-neural network based on R. Welsh criterion is proposed. Suggested learning algorithm under consideration allows the signals processing in presence of significant noise level and outliers. The robust learning algorithm efficiency is investigated and confirmed by the number of experiments including medical applications.

Keywords: computational intelligence, hybrid architecture, wavelet, fuzzy-wavelet neural network, robust learning algorithm, outliers resistant.

ACM Classification Keywords: I.2.6 Learning – Connectionism and neural nets.

Link:

OUTLIERS RESISTANT LEARNING ALGORITHM FOR RADIAL-BASIS-FUZZY-WAVELET-NEURAL NETWORK IN STOMACH ACUTE INJURY DIAGNOSIS TASKS

Yevgeniy Bodyanskiy, Oleksandr Pavlov, Olena Vynokurova

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-02/IBS-02-p07.pdf

IMPLEMENTATION OF A HEURISTIC METHOD OF DECOMPOSITION ...
By: Arkadij Zakrevskij, Nikolai Toropov  (2209 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: An original heuristic algorithm of sequential two-block decomposition of partial Boolean functions is researched. The key combinatorial task is considered: finding of suitable partition on the set of arguments, i. e. such one, on which the function is separable. The search for suitable partition is essentially accelerated by preliminary detection of its traces. Within the framework of the experimental system the efficiency of the algorithm is evaluated, the boundaries of its practical application are determined.

Keywords: Partial Boolean Functions, Heuristic Method of Decomposition

ACM Classification Keywords: B.6. Combinational logic, switching theory, automatic synthesis, optimization.

Link:

IMPLEMENTATION OF A HEURISTIC METHOD OF DECOMPOSITION OF PARTIAL BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS

Arkadij Zakrevskij, Nikolai Toropov

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-01/IBS-01-p08.pdf

SEQUENCING JOBS WITH UNCERTAIN PROCESSING TIMES ...
By: Yuri Sotskov, Natalja Egorova  (2481 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: We consider an uncertain version of the scheduling problem to sequence set of jobs J on a single machine with minimizing the weighted total flow time, provided that processing time of a job can take on any real value from the given closed interval. It is assumed that job processing time is unknown random variable before the actual occurrence of this time, where probability distribution of such a variable between the given lower and upper bounds is unknown before scheduling. We develop the dominance relations on a set of jobs J. The necessary and sufficient conditions for a job domination may be tested in polynomial time of the number n = |J| of jobs. If there is no a domination within some subset of set J, heuristic procedure to minimize the weighted total flow time is used for sequencing the jobs from such a subset. The computational experiments for randomly generated single-machine scheduling problems with n ≤ 700 show that the developed dominance relations are quite helpful in minimizing the weighted total flow time of n jobs with uncertain processing times.

Keywords: Scheduling, robustness and sensitivity analysis.

ACM Classification Keywords: F.2.2 Nonnumerical algorithms and problems: Sequencing and scheduling.

Link:

SEQUENCING JOBS WITH UNCERTAIN PROCESSING TIMES AND MINIMIZING THE WEIGHTED TOTAL FLOW TIME

Yuri Sotskov, Natalja Egorova

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-01/IBS-01-p12.pdf

MINIMIZATION OF REACTIVE PROBABILISTIC AUTOMATA
By: Olga Siedlecka  (2287 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: The problem of finite automata minimization is important for software and hardware designing. Different types of automata are used for modeling systems or machines with finite number of states. The limitation of number of states gives savings in resources and time. In this article we show specific type of probabilistic automata: 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

Link:

MINIMIZATION OF REACTIVE PROBABILISTIC AUTOMATA

Olga Siedlecka

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-01/IBS-01-p10.pdf

PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EMPIRICAL VALUES IN NETWORK REDIMENSIONING
By: Emiliya Saranova  (2407 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: A model of an overall telecommunication network with virtual circuits switching, in stationary state, with Bernoulli-Poisson-Pascal? (BPP) input flow, repeated calls, limited number of homogeneous terminals and 8 types of losses is considered. One of the main problems of network redimensioning is estimation of the traffic offered in the network because it reflects on finding of necessary number of equivalent switching lines on the basis of the consideration of detailed users behavior and target Quality of Service (QoS). The aim of this paper is to find a new solution of Network Redimensioning Task (NRDT) 4, taking into account the inconvenience of necessary measurements, not considered in the previous research 5. The results are applicable for redimensioning of every (virtual) circuit switching telecommunication system, both for wireline and wireless systems (GSM, PSTN, ISDN and BISDN). For packet - switching networks proposed approach may be used as a comparison basis and when they work in circuit switching mode (e.g. VoIP).

Keywords: Overall Network Traffic, Offered Traffic, Virtual Circuits Switching.

ACM Classification Keywords: C.2.1 Network Architecture and Design; C.2.3 Network Operations; C.4 Performance of Systems.

Link:

PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EMPIRICAL VALUES IN NETWORK REDIMENSIONING

Emiliya Saranova

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-01/IBS-01-p07.pdf

EVALUATION OF PARETO/D/1/K QUEUE BY SIMULATION
By: Seferin Mirtchev, Rossitza Goleva  (3536 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: The finding that Pareto distributions are adequate to model Internet packet interarrival times has motivated the proposal of methods to evaluate steady-state performance measures of Pareto/D/1/k queues. Some limited analytical derivation for queue models has been proposed in the literature, but their solutions are often of a great mathematical challenge. To overcome such limitations, simulation tools that can deal with general queueing system must be developed. Despite certain limitations, simulation algorithms provide a mechanism to obtain insight and good numerical approximation to parameters of queues. In this work, we give an overview of some of these methods and compare them with our simulation approach, which are suited to solve queues with Generalized-Pareto? interarrival time distributions. The paper discusses the properties and use of the Pareto distribution. We propose a real time trace simulation model for estimating the steady-state probability showing the tail-raising effect, loss probability, delay of the Pareto/D/1/k queue and make a comparison with M/D/1/k. The background on Internet traffic will help to do the evaluation correctly. This model can be used to study the longtailed queueing systems. We close the paper with some general comments and offer thoughts about future work.

Keywords: Pareto distribution, delay system, queueing analyses, simulation model, peak traffic modelling;

ACM Classification Keywords: G.3 Probability and statistics: queueing theory, I.6.5 Model development

Link:

EVALUATION OF PARETO/D/1/K QUEUE BY SIMULATION

Seferin Mirtchev, Rossitza Goleva

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-01/IBS-01-p06.pdf

MULTIDIMENSIONAL HETEROGENEOUS VARIABLE PREDICTION ...
By: Gennadiy Lbov, Maxim Gerasimov  (2821 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: In the works 1, 2 we proposed an approach of forming a consensus of experts’ statements for the case of forecasting of qualitative and quantitative variable. In this paper, we present a method of aggregating sets of individual statements into a collective one for the general case of forecasting of multidimensional heterogeneous variable.

Keywords: multidimensional variable, expert statements, coordination.

ACM Classification Keywords: I.2.6. Artificial Intelligence - knowledge acquisition.

Link:

MULTIDIMENSIONAL HETEROGENEOUS VARIABLE PREDICTION BASED ON EXPERTS’ STATEMENTS∗

Gennadiy Lbov, Maxim Gerasimov

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-01/IBS-01-p13.pdf

EXTENDED ALGORITHM FOR TRANSLATION OF MSC-DIAGRAMS INTO PETRI NETS
By: Sergii Kryvyy, Oleksiy Chugayenko  (2325 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: The article presents an algorithm for translation the system, described by MSC document into Petri Net modulo strong bisimulation. Obtained net can be later used for determining various systems' properties. Example of correction error in original system with using if described algorithm presented.

Keywords: MSC, Petri Net, model checking, verification, RAD.

ACM Classification Keywords: D.2.4 Software/Program Verification - Formal methods, Model checking

Link:

EXTENDED ALGORITHM FOR TRANSLATION OF MSC-DIAGRAMS INTO PETRI NETS

Sergii Kryvyy, Oleksiy Chugayenko

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-01/IBS-01-p09.pdf

FAST LINEAR ALGORITHM FOR ACTIVE RULES APPLICATION IN TRANSITION P SYSTEMS
By: Gil et al.  (2247 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: Transition P systems are computational models based on basic features of biological membranes and the observation of biochemical processes. In these models, membrane contains objects multisets, which evolve according to given evolution rules. In the field of Transition P systems implementation, it has been detected the necessity to determine whichever time are going to take active evolution rules application in membranes. In addition, to have time estimations of rules application makes possible to take important decisions related to the hardware / software architectures design. In this paper we propose a new evolution rules application algorithm oriented towards the implementation of Transition P systems. The developed algorithm is sequential and, it has a linear order complexity in the number of evolution rules. Moreover, it obtains the smaller execution times, compared with the preceding algorithms. Therefore the algorithm is very appropriate for the implementation of Transition P systems in sequential devices.

Keywords: Natural Computing, Membrane computing, Transition P System, Rules Application Algorithms

ACM Classification Keywords: D.1.m Miscellaneous – Natural Computing

Link:

FAST LINEAR ALGORITHM FOR ACTIVE RULES APPLICATION IN TRANSITION P SYSTEMS

Francisco Javier Gil, Jorge Tejedor, Luis Fernández

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-01/IBS-01-p05.pdf

A METAONTOLOGY FOR MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICS OF ACUTE DISEASES. PART 2. ...
By: Chernyakhovskaya et al.  (2512 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: This article is the continuation of the formal description of the metaontology for medical diagnostics in the language of applied logic. It contains a description of interrelations between terms of knowledge and reality in the form of ontological agreements. Keywords: Medical Diagnostics, ontology model, metaontology. ACM Classification Keywords: I.2.1 Applications and Expert Systems, I.2.4 Knowledge Representation Formalisms and Methods, J.3 Life and Medical Sciences.

Link:

A METAONTOLOGY FOR MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICS OF ACUTE DISEASES. PART 2. A FORMAL DESCRIPTION OF CAUSE-AND-EFFECT RELATIONS

Mary Chernyakhovskaya, Alexander Kleshchev, Phillip Moskalenko

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-01/IBS-01-p15.pdf

A METAONTOLOGY FOR MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICS OF ACUTE DISEASES. PART 1. ...
By: Chernyakhovskaya et al.  (2685 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: The aim of this article is to describe formally a metaontology for medical diagnostics of acute diseases in the language of applied logic. The article includes an informal description of the metaontology, and the part of its model which contains the definitions for basic terms of knowledge and situations and also their integrity restrictions in the form of ontological agreements.

Keywords: Medical Diagnostics, ontology model, metaontology.

ACM Classification Keywords: I.2.1 Applications and Expert Systems, I.2.4 Knowledge Representation Formalisms and Methods, J.3 Life and Medical Sciences

Link:

A METAONTOLOGY FOR MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICS OF ACUTE DISEASES. PART 1. AN INFORMAL DESCRIPTION AND DEFINITIONS OF BASIC TERMS

Mary Chernyakhovskaya, Alexander Kleshchev, Phillip Moskalenko

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-01/IBS-01-p14.pdf

A METAONTOLOGY FOR MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICS OF ACUTE DISEASES. PART 3. ...
By: Chernyakhovskaya et al.  (2488 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: This article is the final part of the formal description of the metaontology for medical diagnostics in the language of applied logic. It contains a description of the causes of signs’ values and of the causes of diseases.

Keywords: Medical Diagnostics, ontology model, metaontology.

ACM Classification Keywords: I.2.1 Applications and Expert Systems, I.2.4 Knowledge Representation Formalisms and Methods, J.3 Life and Medical Sciences.

Link:

A METAONTOLOGY FOR MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICS OF ACUTE DISEASES. PART 3. A FORMAL DESCRIPTION OF THE CAUSES OF SIGNS’ VALUES AND OF DISEASES

Mary Chernyakhovskaya, Alexander Kleshchev, Phillip Moskalenko

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-01/IBS-01-p16.pdf

PARALLELIZATION OF LOGICAL INFERENCE FOR CONFLUENT RULE-BASED SYSTEM1
By: Irene Artemieva, Michael Tyutyunnik  (3183 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: The article describes the research aimed at working out a program system for multiprocessor computers. The system is based on the confluent declarative production system. The article defines some schemes of parallel logical inference and conditions affecting scheme choice. Keywords: Logical Inference, parallel rule-based systems ACM Classification Keywords: D 3.2 – Constraint and logic languages, I 2.5 Expert system tools and techniques.

Link:

PARALLELIZATION OF LOGICAL INFERENCE FOR CONFLUENT RULE-BASED SYSTEM1

Irene Artemieva, Michael Tyutyunnik

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-01/IBS-01-p11.pdf

P SYSTEMS GÖDELIZATION
By: Luengo et al.  (2552 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: This paper presents a method for assigning natural numbers to Transition P systems based on a Gödelization process. The paper states step by step the way for obtaining Gödel numbers for each one of the fundamental elements of Transition P systems –multisets of objects, evolution rules, priorities relation, membrane structure- until defining the Gödel number of a given Transition P system.

Keywords: Membrane Computing, Transition P System, Gödelization

ACM Classification Keywords: D.1.m Miscellaneous – Natural Computing

Link:

P SYSTEMS GÖDELIZATION

Carmen Luengo, Luis Fernández, Fernando Arroyo

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-01/IBS-01-p04.pdf

TIMED TRANSITION AUTOMATA AS NUMERICAL PLANNING DOMAIN
By: Alfredo Milani, Silvia Suriani  (2498 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: A general technique for transforming a timed finite state automaton into an equivalent automated planning domain based on a numerical parameter model is introduced. Timed transition automata have many applications in control systems and agents models; they are used to describe sequential processes, where actions are labelling by automaton transitions subject to temporal constraints. The language of timed words accepted by a timed automaton, the possible sequences of system or agent behaviour, can be described in term of an appropriate planning domain encapsulating the timed actions patterns and constraints. The time words recognition problem is then posed as a planning problem where the goal is to reach a final state by a sequence of actions, which corresponds to the timed symbols labeling the automaton transitions. The transformation is proved to be correct and complete and it is space/time linear on the automaton size. Experimental results shows that the performance of the planning domain obtained by transformation is scalable for real world applications. A major advantage of the planning based approach, beside of the solving the parsing problem, is to represent in a single automated reasoning framework problems of plan recognitions, plan synthesis and plan optimisation.

Keywords: Timed Transition Automata, Automated Planning, Domain

ACM Classification Keywords: F.1.1 Models of Computation I.2.8 Problem Solving, Control Methods, and Search

Link:

TIMED TRANSITION AUTOMATA AS NUMERICAL PLANNING DOMAIN

Alfredo Milani, Silvia Suriani

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-01/IBS-01-p03.pdf

LAGRANGEAN APPROXIMATION FOR COMBINATORIAL INVERSE PROBLEMS
By: Hasmik Sahakyan, Levon Aslanyan  (3085 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: Various combinatorial problems are effectively modelled in terms of (0,1) matrices. Origins are coming from n-cube geometry, hypergraph theory, inverse tomography problems, or directly from different models of application problems. Basically these problems are NP-complete. The paper considers a set of such problems and introduces approximation algorithms for their solutions applying Lagragean relaxation and related set of techniques.

Keywords: Approximation algorithms, Lagragean relaxation

ACM Classification Keywords: G.2.1 Discrete mathematics: Combinatorics

Link:

LAGRANGEAN APPROXIMATION FOR COMBINATORIAL INVERSE PROBLEMS

Hasmik Sahakyan, Levon Aslanyan

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-01/IBS-01-p02.pdf

NON-LINEAR NETWORK-FLOW MODEL OF ŁUKASIEWICZ’S MULTIVALUE LOGIC
By: Sgurev et al.  (2264 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: The paper presents a new network-flow interpretation of Łukasiewicz’s logic based on models with an increased effectiveness. The obtained results show that the presented network-flow models principally may work for multivalue logics with more than three states of the variables i.e. with a finite set of states in the interval from 0 to 1. The described models give the opportunity to formulate various logical functions. If the results from a given model that are contained in the obtained values of the arc flow functions are used as input data for other models then it is possible in Łukasiewicz’s logic to interpret successfully other sophisticated logical structures. The obtained models allow a research of Łukasiewicz’s logic with specific effective methods of the network-flow programming. It is possible successfully to use the specific peculiarities and the results pertaining to the function ‘traffic capacity of the network arcs’. Based on the introduced network-flow approach it is possible to interpret other multivalue logics – of E.Post, of L.Brauer, of Kolmogorov, etc.

Keywords: Łukasiewicz’s multivalue logic, operational research, network flow interpretation.

ACM Classification Keywords: F.4.0 Mathematical Logic and Formal Languages – General, F.4.1 Mathematical Logic – Logic and constraint programming.

Link:

NON-LINEAR NETWORK-FLOW MODEL OF ŁUKASIEWICZ’S MULTIVALUE LOGIC

Vassil Sgurev, Stefan Kojnov

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-01/IBS-01-p01.pdf

MOBILE ELECTION
By: Long et al.  (2853 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

Abstract: Mobile phones have the potential of fostering political mobilisation. There is a significant political power in mobile technology. Like the Internet, mobile phones facilitate communication and rapid access to information. Compared to the Internet, however, mobile phone diffusion has reached a larger proportion of the population in most countries, and thus the impact of this new medium is conceivably greater. There are now more mobile phones in the UK than there are people (averaging at 121 mobile phones for every 100 people). In this paper, the attempt to use modern mobile technology to handle the General Election, is discussed. The pre-election advertising, election day issues, including the election news and results as they come in, and answering questions via text message regarding the results of current and/or previous general elections are considered. Keywords: mobile text messages, mobile election, mobile advertising, question-answering system ACM Classification Keywords: I.2 Artificial intelligence: I.2.7 Natural Language Processing: Text analysis.

Link:

MOBILE ELECTION

Elena Long, Vladimir Lovitskii, Michael Thrasher, David Traynor

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-09/ibs-09-p02.pdf

MOBILE SEARCH AND ADVERTISING
By: Lovitskii et al.  (2684 reads)
Rating: (1.00/10)

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.

Link:

MOBILE SEARCH AND ADVERTISING

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

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-09/ibs-09-p01.pdf

[prev]  Page: 51/66  [next]
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  31  32  33  34  35  36  37  38  39  40  41  42  43  44  45  46  47  48  49  50  51  52  53  54  55  56  57  58  59  60  61  62  63  64  65  66 
World Clock
Powered by Tikiwiki Powered by PHP Powered by Smarty Powered by ADOdb Made with CSS Powered by RDF powered by The PHP Layers Menu System
RSS Wiki RSS Blogs rss Articles RSS Image Galleries RSS File Galleries RSS Forums RSS Maps rss Calendars
[ Execution time: 0.19 secs ]   [ Memory usage: 7.55MB ]   [ GZIP Disabled ]   [ Server load: 0.33 ]