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A GENERAL PURPOSE SOFTWARE SYSTEM FOR LINEAR OPTIMIZATION AND ...
By: Vassilev et al.  (3384 reads)
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Abstract: The paper presents a general purpose software system for optimization and decision support, called Optima-Plus?. It consists of two independent parts _ LIOP-1 system and MKO-2.1 system. Optima-Plus? system is designed to support the decision maker (DM) in modeling and solving different problems of linear and linear integer single-criterion and multicriteria optimization. The system implements three methods for single-criterion optimization, as well as an innovative generalized interactive method for multicriteria optimization with variable scalarization and parameterization, which can apply most of the well-known scalarizing problems and is applicable for different ways of defining preferences by the DM. The class of the problems solved, the system structure, the implemented methods and the graphical user interface of the system are discussed in the paper. Optima-Plus? system can be used for education, research and for solving a great variety of real-life problems.

Keywords: Decision Support Systems, Linear, Integer Optimization, Multicriteria Optimization, Interactive Methods.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.2. Information Systems - Information Systems Applications – Types of Systems

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A GENERAL PURPOSE SOFTWARE SYSTEM FOR LINEAR OPTIMIZATION AND DECISION SUPPORT “OPTIMA-PLUS”

Vassil Vassilev, Mariyana Vassileva, Krassimira Genova, Boris Staykov

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-10/ibs-10-p02.pdf

STOCHASTIC MODELS AND METHODS OF OPERATIVE-DISPATCH CONTROL ...
By: Andriy Tevyashev et al.  (3160 reads)
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Abstract: Stochastic models and methods of solving the problem of operative-dispatch control of the gastransport system of Ukraine are considered. It is shown that the problem of operative-dispatch control of the gastransport system is reduced to solving of two linked problem: operative planning and stabilization of gas-transport system conditions.

Keywords: Gas-transport system: operative planning, operative-dispatch control, stochastic model, stochastic method.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.2 Types of Systems, G.1.6 Optimization: Stochastic programming.3

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STOCHASTIC MODELS AND METHODS OF OPERATIVE-DISPATCH CONTROL OVER THE GAS-TRANSPORT SYSTEM OF UKRAINE

Andriy Tevyashev

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-10/ibs-10-p17.pdf

APPLICATION OF TECHNOLOGY FORESIGHT STRATEGY ...
By: Nataliya Pankratova  (3256 reads)
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Abstract: The methodological tool of the technology foresight strategy in innovation activity which is based on the new expert estimation principles and software for processing the results of the foresight under the real conditions are proposed. Obviously, this strategy should determine the main development directions of strategically important industries, the prospects of competitiveness products, the sensible use of natural, human, industrial, and scientific resources, and the technological potential of the country, and the strategy should consider the needs of the world market of high technologies and hi-tech products take into account the processes of sustainable development.The real projects were realised on the basis of proposed methodological instrument and created software.

Keywords: foresight system strategy, new principles, innovation activity, mathematical tool, software

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.2. Decision Support

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APPLICATION OF TECHNOLOGY FORESIGHT STRATEGY IN INNOVATION ACTIVITY

Nataliya Pankratova

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-10/ibs-10-p05.pdf

FUNCTIONAL APPROACH TO EMERGENCY RISK MINIMIZATION
By: Oleksandr Kuzomin, Illya Klymov  (3304 reads)
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Abstract: An alternate approach to emergency risk minimization, based on lazy calculations and high-level functional interpretation is presented in this article. This approach is compared with classical imperative approach, based on statistical analysis on real data in order to prove its effectiveness.

Keywords: risk minimization, emergency, functional programming, lazy calculations

ACM Classification Keywords: H.1.1 Systems and Information Theory

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FUNCTIONAL APPROACH TO EMERGENCY RISK MINIMIZATION

Oleksandr Kuzomin, Illya Klymov

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-10/ibs-10-p06.pdf

APPLICATION OF TEMPORAL REASONING AND CASE-BASED REASONING
By: Eremeev et al.  (3336 reads)
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Abstract: In this paper the problem of the application of temporal reasoning and case-based reasoning (CBR) in intelligent decision support systems (IDSS) is consider. To reduce static algorithm complexity of temporal reasoning some methods are investigated. The dynamic algorithm for qualitative temporal reasoning on the base of point algebra is presented. CBR method for a solution of problems of real-time diagnostics and forecasting in IDSS is described. This paper demonstrates how the temporal reasoning system and CBR system can be used in IDSS of the car access control. This work was supported by RFBR and grant of President of Russia (МК-6009.2008.9).

Keywords: Intelligent decision support systems, temporal reasoning, analogous and case-based reasoning.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.2 Information systems applications: Types of systems – Decision support; I.2.4 Artificial intelligence: Knowledge Representation Formalisms and Methods – Temporal logic; I.2.5 AI: Programming Languages and Software – Expert system tools and techniques; I.2.6 AI: Learning – Analogies

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APPLICATION OF TEMPORAL REASONING AND CASE-BASED REASONING IN INTELLIGENT DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS

Alexander Eremeev, Ivan Kurilenko, Pavel Varshavskiy

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-10/ibs-10-p01.pdf

QUALITY AND PRODUCTIVITY ANALYSIS IN A VERY SMALL ENTERPRISE USING TSPI
By: Caballero et al.  (2674 reads)
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Abstract: This article shows the benefits of developing a software project using TSPi in a “Very Small Enterprise” based in quality and productivity measures. An adapted process from the current process based on the TSPi was defined and the team was trained in it. The pilot project had schedule and budget constraints. The workaround began by gathering historical data from previous projects in order to get a measurement repository, and then the project metrics were collected. Finally, the process, product and quality improvements were verified.

Keywords: TSPi, Very Small Enterprise, Software Quality, Process improvement.

ACM Classification Keywords: D.2.9 Software Engineering – Management, Software Process Models

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QUALITY AND PRODUCTIVITY ANALYSIS IN A VERY SMALL ENTERPRISE USING TSPI

Henry Caballero, Jose Calvo-Manzano?, Gonzalo Cuevas, Tomás San Feliu

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-10/ibs-10-p16.pdf

SYSTEMOLOGICAL BUSINESS MODELLING FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
By: Bondarenko et al.  (2835 reads)
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Abstract: One of the effective ways of the representation and analysis of the high level-purposes and business requirements to the information program system is modelling of a context of the system functioning – the organization which is automated by software creation and implementation. With this aim the domain specific language in the form of a UML profile for business modelling, where the basis is the systemological approach “Unit – Function – Object”, is defined. The profile allows to create syntactically correct UML models of business and to provide simplicity of the description of the dependences between them and UML models of the program system. Profile implementation, instruments of verification of syntax a business model and its transformation into a software model is fulfilled in a CASE tool for UML modelling.

Keywords: Business Modelling, Unified Modelling Language - UML, Systemology, Systemological Approach “Unit – Function – Object” (UFO-approach), UML profile, Requirements, Model Driven Architecture - MDA.

ACM Classification Keywords: D.2 Software Engineering, D.2.1 Requirements/Specifications – Languages.

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SYSTEMOLOGICAL BUSINESS MODELLING FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT

Mikhail Bondarenko, Nikolay Slipchenko, Kateryna Solovyova, Olexiy Ukrayinets, Larysa Vinogradova

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-10/ibs-10-p15.pdf

A SOFTWARE SYSTEM FOR DETERMINATION OF FORMING LIMIT DIAGRAMS
By: Stoilov et al.  (2763 reads)
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Abstract: Forming limit diagrams (FLD-s) deliver quantitative, graphical information concerning the ultimate ductility material my display under various strain conditions and boundary criterion of material failure in a deep drawing process. FLD-s are commonly obtained by usage of special samples – the so-called Nakazima’s bands. This method is realized in general as a circle grid is printed on the sheet surface and its deformation is measured after the forming. Different deformations transform the circles to ellipses, exhibiting a different eccentricity. A software system for quantitative determination the changes in lengths of both major and minor axes of ellipses, is presented in this report. The grid deformed images are captured in computer memory by a digital camera, equipped with a mechanical piece, allowing the camera optical axis to maintain orthogonal upon each local area of specimen surface. An interactive way of operator-computer work is proposed for ellipses geometry analysis. The two axes of each ellipse of interests are measured and data derived are presented graphically, and recorded in a data base as well. Using this information the main deformations of samples are calculated after that.

Keywords: deep drawing, plastic deformations, forming limit diagrams.

ACM Classification Keywords: C.4 Performance of systems- Measurement techniques

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A SOFTWARE SYSTEM FOR DETERMINATION OF FORMING LIMIT DIAGRAMS

Georgi Stoilov, Jordan Genov, Vasil Kavardzhikov, Jordan Kovachev

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-11/ibs-11-p06.pdf

PORTABLE DEVICE "FLORATEST" AS TOOL FOR ESTIMATING OF MEGALOPOLIS ECOLOGY STATE
By: Romanov et al.  (3538 reads)
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Abstract: Portable device "Floratest" for express-diagnostic of plant state, which is developed in the V.M. Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, is considered. 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: Kautsky effect, chlorophyll, chlorophyll fluorescence induction, fluorescence, fluorometer, portable device, ecology.

ACM Classification Keywords: 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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PORTABLE DEVICE "FLORATEST" AS TOOL FOR ESTIMATING OF MEGALOPOLIS ECOLOGY STATE

Volodymyr Romanov, Igor Galelyuka, Volodymyr Fedak, Volodymyr Grusha, Dmytro Artemenko, Oksana Galelyuka, Vitalii Velychko, Krassimir Markov, Krassimira Ivanova, Ilia Mitov

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-11/ibs-11-p01.pdf

OUTSOURCING CONTRACTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
By: Calvo-Manzano et al.  (2596 reads)
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Abstract: This paper presents the application of a systematic review protocol for Software Engineering. This protocol is used as a formal model by applying systematic review of outsourcing contracts. The objective is to search for papers related to outsourcing contracts in the software acquisition process. Furthermore, the systematic review is focused in order to identify initiatives and reports of outsourcing contract proposals for the software acquisition. Results obtained show that most of the studies that tried to define a model for outsourcing did not exactly develop a fixed model to be used in the IT area and that there is a need for more in-depth studies.

Keywords: Outsourcing Contracts, Systematic Review.

ACM Classification Keywords: D.2.9 Software Engineering – Management, software process models

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OUTSOURCING CONTRACTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

Jose Calvo-Manzano?, Gonzalo Cuevas, Lucas Grossi, Jezreel Mejia, Tomás San Feliu

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-11/ibs-11-p15.pdf

THE SENSOR WEB TESTBED FOR FLOOD MONITORING AND PREDICTION
By: Kussul et al.  (2720 reads)
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Abstract: In this paper we provide an overview of emerging Sensor Web paradigm and show several practical issues of using Sensor Web technologies for real-world tasks. Issues under study include sensor description using SensorML and database performance for serving observations data. This paper also shows an approach for integrating standard Sensor Observation Service with Globus Toolkit Grid platform.

Keywords: Sensor Web, Grid, OGC.

ACM Classification Keywords: D.2.12 Software Engineering Interoperability; Information Systems; H.1.1 Models and Principles Systems and Information Theory; H.3.5 Information Storage and Retrieval Online Information Services; I.4.8 Image Processing and Computer Vision Scene Analysis - Sensor Fusion.

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THE SENSOR WEB TESTBED FOR FLOOD MONITORING AND PREDICTION

Nataliia Kussul, Andrii Shelestov, Sergii Skakun

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-11/ibs-11-p02.pdf

APPLICATION OF GSM NETWORKS TO CONTROL THE HARDWARE ...
By: Kiprushkin et al.  (2934 reads)
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Abstract: The presented paper describes a technique of remote access to the distributed information measurement and control system on basis of GSM technologies. The mechanism of remote access is implemented by means of mobile device and Siemens TC65 GSM terminal and includes developed software for transferring packets of commands between the terminal and mobile device. The terminal is connected to the distributed computer network of the laboratory complex via Atmel ATNGW 100 microprocessor board. The application protocol of the distributed information measurement and control system is proposed for interaction of mobile client and GSM server. Packets of the protocol are encapsulated in SMS messages. The access to physical equipment is realized through the standard interface servers (PXI, CАМАC, and GPIB), the server providing access to Ethernet devices, and the communication server, which integrates the equipment servers into a uniform information system. The system is used for researches in optical spectroscopy and for education at the Department of Physics and Engineering of Petrozavodsk State University.

Keywords: GSM networks, distributed information measurement and control system, GSM terminal, access equipment server, distance learning.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.3.4 Systems and Software: Distributed systems.

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APPLICATION OF GSM NETWORKS TO CONTROL THE HARDWARE OF SCIENTIFIC AND EDUCATIONAL LABORATORY COMPLEX

Sergey Kiprushkin, Anton Kogut, Sergey Kurskov, Aleksandr Lukyanov

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-11/ibs-11-p09.pdf

GLOBAL MEMORY STRUCTURE FOR ANT COLONY OPTIMIZATION ALGORITHMS
By: Ángel Goñi, Paula Cordero  (3279 reads)
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Abstract: Ant Colony Optimization (ACO) is a computer emergence model to solve problems by swarm intelligence. The aim of this paper is to provide ant colonies with a global memory structure (GMS) so that the time needed to resolve a problem decreases drastically. In the past few years ACO have become a strong alternative to classic algorithms. However, the biggest disadvantage of ACO is the lack of structures which can provide every individual of the population with simple memory mechanisms. The GMS presented in this paper is applied to cleaner robots that must search a gallery looking for piles of marks and clean them. It is based on the variation of the common map by deleting all the superfluous nodes which appears as the resolution of the problem progresses. A node is considered as superfluous when it is useless for every ant and it delays every route of the colony. All the robots must share and update the GMS when they find any superfluous node. The extra process charge needed for executing the memory in parallel to ant’s activities is absorbed by the time saved in the resolution of the problem which depends on the characteristics of the map and its abstracted graph.

Keywords: Ant Colony Optimization, Swarm Intelligence, Memory.

ACM Classification Keywords: I.6. Simulation and Modelling, B.7.1 Advanced Technologies, I.2.8 Problem Solving, I.2.11 Distributed Artificial Intelligence

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GLOBAL MEMORY STRUCTURE FOR ANT COLONY OPTIMIZATION ALGORITHMS

Ángel Goñi, Paula Cordero

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-11/ibs-11-p16.pdf

MERGING WIKI AND ONTOLOGICAL APPROACH TO E-LEARNING PORTAL DESIGN
By: Gavrilova et al.  (3950 reads)
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Abstract: The paper presents an ontological approach towards e-learning portal development. Special stress is put on structuring procedure as it is the kernel of ontology development and on visual design as a powerful learning mindtool. We also describe the experience of ontology developing based on Knowledge Engineering educational course in St.Petersburg State Polytechnical University and “OntolingeWiki” tool for creating ontologybased e-learning portals.

Keywords: e-Learning, e-Learning Objects, Ontologies, Subject Domain, Wiki-technology

ACM Classification Keywords: I. Computing Methodologies - I.2 Artificial Intelligence - I.2.4 Knowledge Representation Formalisms and Methods

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MERGING WIKI AND ONTOLOGICAL APPROACH TO E-LEARNING PORTAL DESIGN

Tatiana Gavrilova, Vladimir Gorovoy, Elena Petrashen

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-11/ibs-11-p18.pdf

COMPARISONG: AUDIO COMPARISON ENGINE
By: Georgi Dzhambazov  (2712 reads)
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Abstract: In this paper we present CompariSong? - a resolver of the query by humming task for a real audio information system. It compares a database of popular songs with a hummed-by-user melody and returns the closest matches. The proposed system performs audio indexing based on perceptual characteristics of the songs rather than the hitherto applied approach that uses manual metadata like text tags. We extract low-level audio features and transform them into a tangible indexing format. Then searching mechanism is applied that is based on comparison between the shape of the time series of extracted features. CompariSong? is a step towards intelligent audio analysis as it uses a comparison criteria derived from natural human hearing.

Key words: audio indexing, Query by Humming (QBH), audio features extraction, feature transformation, data mining

ACM Classification Keywords: H.5.5 Information Systems - Information Interfaces and Presentation - Sound and Music Computing

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COMPARISONG: AUDIO COMPARISON ENGINE

Georgi Dzhambazov

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-11/ibs-11-p04.pdf

SPECIALIZED SHELLS OF INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS FOR DOMAINS ...
By: Irene Artemieva  (2794 reads)
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Abstract: The paper covers the properties of domains with complicated structures and describes information and program components of shells of intelligent systems for such domains, defines all the properties of shell components. It is noted that the maintenance subsystem that adds new program components to the shell is an important component.

Keywords: Specialized Shell of Intelligent System, Program System Based on Ontology, Multilevel Domain Ontology

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

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SPECIALIZED SHELLS OF INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS FOR DOMAINS WITH COMPLICATED STRUCTURES

Irene Artemieva

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-11/ibs-11-p17.pdf

N A PROBLEM OF QOS CHARACTERISTICS INTERPRETATION IN TRANSIT NETWORKS
By: Andrianov et al.  (2959 reads)
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Abstract: The paper is on common approach to the problem of a subscriber choice for the making connection through the telecommunication network. One opportunity is to make repeated calls; the second one is to choose other provider. The problem of the traffic (and therefore, the income) lost induced by a low quality of service is given in detail. Quality of service dependence of the number of repetitive calls is proposed and verified by real network traffic measurements.

Keywords: quality of service, repeated calls, answer seizure ratio, traffic engineering

ACM Classification Keywords: G.3. Stochastic processes K.6.4 System Management, Quality assurance

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N A PROBLEM OF QOS CHARACTERISTICS INTERPRETATION IN TRANSIT NETWORKS

Gleb Andrianov, Stoyan Poryazov, Ivan Tsitovich

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-11/ibs-11-p08.pdf

GAME-BASED APROACH IN IT EDUCATION
By: Shabalina et al.  (2975 reads)
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Abstract: A concept of using game based approach for IT education is presented. The learning course notation rules for using in games are suggested. Techniques for integration of learning components to the game are described. The realization of the learning game for programming language C++ is shown.

Keywords: educational games, digital game-based learning, course notation, game engine, learning engine.

ACM Classification Keywords: K.3.1 Computer Uses in Education; K.3.2 Computer and Information Science Education

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GAME-BASED APROACH IN IT EDUCATION

Olga Shabalina, Pavel Vorobkalov, Alexander Kataev, Alexey Tarasenko

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-12/ibs-12-p08.pdf

CONSCIOUSNESS: MAGIC, PSYCHOLOGY AND PHYSICS
By: Vitaliy Lozovskiy  (2721 reads)
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Abstract: In search for new aspects, roots and manifestations of human consciousness, not yet considered extensively by AI researchers, the domain of esotericism was looked at, namely, the phenomenon of miracles, different types of «magic», including psychological, neurosomatic, and psychophysical ones. An attempt to find possible roots for psychophysical magic in quantum mechanics was launched. Alas, two phenomena from QM: direct consciousness impact on matter and non-locality principle as possible foundations for telekinesis, telepathy or clairvoyance were found having no support.

Keywords: philosophy, noosphere, esoteric, intangible world, mystic theories, magic, egregors, consciousness, mind-matter interaction, quantum mechanics, non-locality

ACM Classification Keywords: I.2.0 General: Cognitive simulation, Philosophical foundations, I.2.m Artificial intelligence: Miscellaneous, I.6.0 General, I.6.1 Simulation Theory, I.6.5 Model Development: Modeling methodologies, H.0 General, H.1.0 General, H.1.1 Systems and Information Theory: Information theory

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CONSCIOUSNESS: MAGIC, PSYCHOLOGY AND PHYSICS

Vitaliy Lozovskiy

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-12/ibs-12-p13.pdf

INFORMATION MODELS OF CUSTOMERS IN CRM AND E-CRM SYSTEMS
By: Justyna Stasieńko  (2752 reads)
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Abstract: The following article deals with customer personality in the CRM systems. Its innovatory approach consists in the method of segmentation performed according to one of psychological factors - personality. The analysis is based on the assumption that the class of customers can be divided into separate types. This is possible due to the preservation of a large internal homogeneity within every type (homogeneous groups) and a considerable differentiation among types. The article argues that the classification of customers should be based on the criterion which has an essential influence on their behavior. Such a criterion is the customer personality. Accordingly, this division can make up a good basis for the CRM strategy: 1) the elaboration of several diverse scripts of the customers service suitably to distinguished groups; 2) the individualization of the service. It can be concluded that such a modeling will allow to supplement the CRM programmes with a module of an individual and institutional customers practical service.

Keywords: CRM, customer’s personality, information model.

ACM Classification Keywords: K.6 Management of Computing and Information Systems - K.6.0 General Economics

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INFORMATION MODELS OF CUSTOMERS IN CRM AND E-CRM SYSTEMS

Justyna Stasieńko

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-13/ibs-13-p25.pdf

APPLICATION OF GENETIC ALGORITHMS TO VECTOR OPTIMIZATION ...
By: Valery Severin  (2983 reads)
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Abstract: Methods for calculation of quality indexes for automatic control systems are presented. For the optimization of quality indexes defined only in a stability domain a vector objective function of varied parameters of the system is proposed. The stepwise principle of successive satisfaction of constraints for the passage into the definition domain of quality indexes is considered, as well as a rational mechanism of its realization in the form of the priority optimization of the vector objective function. For the optimization of the vector objective functions genetic algorithms as vector optimization methods are presented. Their application allows one to steer the optimization process from any initial point of the space of varied parameters into the stability domain of the system and to find the optimum of the quality indexes in this domain. The efficiency of the proposed application of vector genetic algorithms for the quality indexes optimization is confirmed by computational experiments.

Keywords: genetic algorithms, vector optimization methods, automatic control systems, quality indexes.

ACM Classification Keywords: G.1.6 Optimization - Nonlinear programming

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APPLICATION OF GENETIC ALGORITHMS TO VECTOR OPTIMIZATION OF THE AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS

Valery Severin

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-13/ibs-13-p13.pdf

DESIGN CONCEPT OF INTELLIGENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
By: Galina Setlak, Sławomir Pieczonka  (2813 reads)
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Abstract: In this paper a concept of designing and building intelligent decision support systems in production management is introduced. The new approach to the design of intelligent management systems is proposed based on integration of artificial intelligence technologies (fuzzy logic, artificial neural networks, expert systems and genetic algorithms) with exact methods and models of decisions search and simulation techniques. The proposed approach allows for creating intelligent decision support systems of complex, unstructured management problems in fuzzy conditions. The systems learn based on accumulated data and adapt to changes in operation conditions.

Keywords: artificial neural networks, fuzzy inference systems, classification, decision support system, intelligent manufacturing systems

ACM Classification Keywords: I. Computing Methodologies, I.2 Artificial Intelligence, J. Computer Applications J.6 Computer-Aided? Engineering

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DESIGN CONCEPT OF INTELLIGENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

Galina Setlak, Sławomir Pieczonka

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-13/ibs-13-p20.pdf

INTELLIGENT SYSTEM FOR ASSEMBLY PROCESS PLANNING
By: Setlak et al.  (2575 reads)
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Abstract: The flexibility, customization and localization offered by computer integrated manufacturings are attractive but generate a new class of management problems. Intelligent support systems are needed for the managing: planning, implementation, configuring and operating of intelligence manufacturing systems. This paper presents a project of intelligent system for assembly process planning. The paper includes a coincidence description of the chosen aspects of implementation of this intelligent system using technologies of artificial intelligence (neural networks, fuzzy logic, expert systems, neuro-fuzzy systems).

Keywords: Artificial intelligence, flexible assembly systems, neural networks, fuzzy logic, group technology formatting rules.

ACM Classification Keywords: I. Computing Methodologies, I.2 Artificial Intelligence, J. Computer Applications, J.6.Computer Aided Engineering

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INTELLIGENT SYSTEM FOR ASSEMBLY PROCESS PLANNING

Galina Setlak, Tomasz Kożak, Monika Piróg-Mazur?, Wioletta Szajnar

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-13/ibs-13-p21.pdf

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE APPROACH TO DIABETES DIAGNOSTICS
By: Setlak et al.  (2987 reads)
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Abstract: In this paper a concept of designing and building intelligent system in diabetes diagnostic is introduced. The way of the expert, classifying the input data system (symptoms) for four types of diabetes (classes) has been shown in that article.

ACM Classification Keywords: I. Computing Methodologies, I.2 Artificial Intelligence, 1.2.5.Expert system tools and techniqes

Keywords: artificial intelligence, expert systems, hybrid systems, neural, networks, diabetes mellitus.

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE APPROACH TO DIABETES DIAGNOSTICS

Galina Setlak, Mariusz Dąbrowski, Wioletta Szajnar, Monika Piróg-Mazur?, Tomasz Kożak

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-13/ibs-13-p28.pdf

A NEURAL NETWORKS APPLICATION IN DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM
By: Setlak et al.  (2618 reads)
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Abstract: This work presents the using of the chosen neural networks for the data classification. The Statistic Neural Networks has been used for the rating. The neural networks have been successfully applied for building one decision support systems for solving managerial problem.

Keywords: artificial intelligence, neural networks, classification, decision support

ACM Classification Keywords: I. Computing Methodologies, I.2 Artificial Intelligence

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A NEURAL NETWORKS APPLICATION IN DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM

Galina Setlak, Wioletta Szajnar, Leszek Kobyliński

http://www.foibg.com/ibs_isc/ibs-13/ibs-13-p08.pdf

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