Friday , June 5 2020

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A Fuzzy Approach for the Treatment of the Human Diseases Resulting from
Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields

Ioan FELEA1, Marius LOLEA1, Simona DZITAC1, 2* 1 University Of Oradea, 1 Universitatii, Oradea, 410087, Romania ioanfelea@gmail.com, mlolea@yahoo.com 2 Cercetare Dezvoltare Agora, 8 Piata Tineretului, Oradea, 410526, Romania simona@dzitac.ro (*Corresponding author) ABSTRACT: Among the current risks of (non-specific) occupational diseases or risks of persons, one may also include the risk …

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A Novel Extended EDAS in Minkowski Space (EDAS-M) Method for Evaluating Autonomous Vehicles

Edmundas Kazimieras ZAVADSKAS1*, Željko STEVIĆ2, Zenonas TURSKIS3, Milovan TOMAŠEVIĆ4  ABSTRACT: Multi-Criteria Decision-Making (MCDM) methods have a significant influence on decision making in a variety of strategic fields, including science, business, and real-life studies. These methods also effectively support researchers in solving the emerging issues that may be encountered during their …

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Generative Adversarial Optimization (GOA) for Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia Detection

Milan TUBA*, Eva TUBA Singidunum University, Danijelova 29, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia tuba@ieee.org (*Corresponding author), etuba@ieee.org ABSTRACT: Computer-aided diagnostic systems represent an active research topic that captures the attention of scientists from various fields. Due to the complexity of human body and the various sources that can be used to generate …

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Optimization of m-MDPDPTW Using the Continuous and Discrete PSO*

Imen Harbaoui DRIDI1*, Essia Ben ALAÏA2, Pierre BORNE3, Hanen BOUCHRIHA4 ABSTRACT: This paper presents a variant of the vehicle routing problem (VRP) that combines several constraints. This variant addresses the pickup and delivery problem (PDP), the use of multiple vehicles (m), the multi- depots (MD) and the time constraint (TW): m-MDPDPTW. In …

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A PLC-based Fuzzy Logic Control with Metaheuristic Tuning

Jeydson SILVA*, Davidson MARQUES, Ronaldo AQUINO, Otoni NÓBREGA*   DEE, Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil, 50740-530 jeydsonl@gmail.com (*Corresponding author) davidson_cm@hotmail.com; rrbaquino@gmail.com; otoninobrega@gmail.com ABSTRACT: In recent times, artificial intelligence applications in the field of dynamic systems control have proved to be an efficient tool for the improvement of processes. Programmable …

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Modern Single Page Application Architecture: A Case Study

Veronica GAVRILĂ*, Lidia BĂJENARU, Ciprian DOBRE National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics, 8-10 Maresal Averescu Avenue, Bucharest, 01145, Romania veronica.gavrila@ici.ro (*Corresponding author), lidia.bajenaru@ici.ro, ciprian.dobre@ici.ro ABSTRACT: This paper presents the latest technologies and methodologies available today with a view to creating a high performance, unique and user-experience centric platform. …

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Combining Deep Learning Technologies with Multi-Level Gabor Features for Facial Recognition in
Biometric Automated Systems

Catalin-Mircea DUMITRESCU*, Ioan DUMITRACHE University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, 313 Splaiul Independenței, Bucharest, Romania dumitrescu.catalin.m@gmail.com (*Corresponding author), ioan.dumitrache@acse.pub.r ABSTRACT: Face recognition is one of the most important abilities that humans use in their daily lives. It represents a natural, robust and non-intrusive manner for identifying individuals. However, it is also a …

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Efficiency and Learnability Comparison of the Gesture-based and the Mouse-based Telerobotic Systems

Jinyi YU1, Woojin PAIK2* 1 School of Science, Central South University of Forestry and Technology, Changsha 410004, China wujinyi994@gmail.com 2 Dept. of Software Technology, Konkuk University Glocal Campus, Chungju 27478, Republic of Korea wjpaik@kku.ac.kr (*Corresponding author) ABSTRACT: Telerobotic systems enable operators to interact with remote manipulators. Such systems have often …

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Empirical Voltage-current Signatures for Individual Household Consumers Obtained by
Non-linear Regression*

Dadiana-Valeria CĂIMAN*, Toma-Leonida DRAGOMIR Politehnica University Timișoara, Automation and Applied Informatics, 2 Vasile Pârva, Timișoara, Romania dadiana.grando@aut.upt.ro (*Corresponding author), toma.dragomir@upt.ro ABSTRACT: The article is part of the approach of finding the signatures for the individual household consumers using the voltage-current trajectories. Four classes of signatures are presented, known as: discontinuous …

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