Horizons in Computer Science Research. Volume 15

Thomas S. Clary (Editor)

Series: Horizons in Computer Science
BISAC: COM014000

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In the first chapter of this book, José M. Chaves-González discusses DNA sequence design and proposes a multiobjective approach using swarm intelligence to solve optimization issues. In the second chapter, Alina Andreica suggests the significance of using systematically applied mathematical algorithms to design and implement software. Additionally, she proposes specific mathematical models of problems of equivalence and simplification. Next, Galina M. Antonova provides a supplement of findings presented in the book Pattern Recognition: Practices, Perspectives and Challenges (Vincent, D. B.; Ed.; Nova Science Publishers, Inc.: New York, USA, 2013) in the third chapter. In the fourth chapter, Mohammed Blej and Mostafa Azizi propose the use of fuzzy logic in order to efficiently schedule in realtime systems.

Following this, in the fifth chapter José F. L. Naranjo, Julio C. B. Torres, and Roberto A. Tenenbaum explore an advantageous configuration for spatial interpolation of Head Related Impulse Responses, or HRIRs, through artificial neural networks, making this appropriate for auralization systems. Márcia Horn, Sandro Sawicki, Fabricia Roos-Frantz, Rafael Z. Frantz, and Igor G. Haugg examine the performance of application integration solutions through the development of formal models of simulation established on Markov chains in the sixth chapter. Next, the seventh chapter by Alexsandro Q. Lencina, Roberto S. Cargnin, Fabricia Roos-Frantz, Rafael Z. Frantz, and Sandro Sawicki presents a case study on an integration solution to a real-world problem of integration in managing research results. Following this, the eighth chapter by Seiichi Nakamori explores continual temperature regulation in a closed space using the Arduino program. In the ninth and final chapter, Jonghoek Kim discusses the building of an information (sensor) network through numerous robots setting out information nodes. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Improving the Design of DNA Strands for Bio-Molecular Computing with a Multi-Objective Evolutionary Approach (pp. 1-44)
José M. Chaves-González

Chapter 2. Mathematical Models in Software Design: Applications of Simplification Algorithms (pp. 45-68)
Alina Andreica

Chapter 3. Analysis of Real-Time-Systems by Means of Simulation and Optimization in LPτ -Search with Averaging (pp. 69-100)
Galina M. Antonova

Chapter 4. Fuzzy Logic in Realtime Systems (pp. 101-120)
Mohammed Blej and Mostafa Azizi

Chapter 5. Optimum ANN Architecture for HRIR Interpolation (pp. 121-144)
José F. L. Naranjo, Julio C. B. Torres and Roberto A. Tenenbaum

Chapter 6. Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Enterprise Integration Solutions Using Markov Chains (pp. 145-182)
Márcia Horn, Sandro Sawicki, Fabricia Roos-Frantz, Rafael Z. Frantz and Igor G. Haugg

Chapter 7. Diagnosing and Reducing Performance Bottlenecks in an Integration Solution Using Stochastic Petri Net Simulations (pp. 183-208)
Alexsandro Q. Lencina, Roberto S. Cargnin, Fabricia Roos-Frantz, Rafael Z. Frantz and Sandro Sawicki

Chapter 8. Arduino-Based Integral Control of Temperature in a Closed Space by Applying PWM Technique to AC Voltage (pp. 209-222)
Seiichi Nakamori

Chapter 9. Cooperative Exploration and Power-Efficient Network Building without Global Localization (pp. 223-242)
Jonghoek Kim

Index (pp. 243)

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