Applied Computing [electronic resource] :Second Asian Applied Computing Conference, AACC 2004, Kathmandu, Nepal, October 29-31, 2004. Proceedings /
Contributor(s): Manandhar, Suresh [editor.] | Austin, Jim [editor.] | Desai, Uday [editor.] | Oyanagi, Yoshio [editor.] | Talukder, Asoke K [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 3285Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2004.Description: XII, 340 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540301769.Subject(s): Computer science | Computer communication systems | Software engineering | Computers | Artificial intelligence | Computer Science | Theory of Computation | Computer Communication Networks | Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet) | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems | Information Systems and Communication ServiceOnline resources: Click here to access online
Machine Learning and Soft Computing -- Effective Evolutionary Multimodal Optimization by Multiobjective Reformulation Without Explicit Niching/Sharing -- Development of Genetic Algorithm Embedded KNN for Fingerprint Recognition -- Genetic IMM_NN Based Tracking of Multiple Point Targets in Infrared Image Sequence -- Finding the Natural Groupings in a Data Set Using Genetic Algorithms -- Volumetric Measurement of Heart Using PA and Lateral View of Chest Radiograph -- On the Optimization of Fuzzy Relation Equations with Continuous t-Norm and with Linear Objective Function -- Progressive Boosting for Classifier Committee Learning -- Scheduling, Optimisation and Constraint Solving -- Parallel SAT Solving with Microcontrollers -- Flow Shop Scheduling with Late Work Criterion – Choosing the Best Solution Strategy -- GA-Based Multiple Route Selection for Car Navigation -- Genetic Algorithm for Airline Crew Scheduling Problem Using Cost-Based Uniform Crossover -- Neural Networks and SVMs -- Neural Network and Wavelets in Arrhythmia Classification -- ECG Arrhythmia Analysis by Multicategory Support Vector Machine -- Approximation of Multi-pattern to Single-Pattern Functions by Combining FeedForward Neural Networks and Support Vector Machines -- Comparison of Numerical Integration Algorithms in Raster CNN Simulation -- Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval -- Morphological Analyzer for Manipuri: Design and Implementation -- Using Selectional Restrictions for Real Word Error Correction -- Mining Top – k Ranked Webpages Using Simulated Annealing and Genetic Algorithms -- Using Document Dimensions for Enhanced Information Retrieval -- Speech and Signal Processing -- Effect of Phonetic Modeling on Manipuri Digit Recognition Systems Using CDHMMs -- Building Language Models for Tamil Speech Recognition System -- Implementation of Tamil Speech Recognition System Using Neural Networks -- Introducing Pitch Modification in Residual Excited LPC Based Tamil Text-to-Speech Synthesis -- Separation Performance of ICA Algorithms on FECG and MECG Signals Contaminated by Noise -- Networks and Mobile Computing -- Evaluation of BER/PER Performance of a FLAMINGO Network -- Fault Tolerance Studies for Wormhole Routing in Multiconnected Double-Loop Networks -- Applications and Parallel Implementations of Metaheuristics in Network Design and Routing -- Comparison of Integrated Micro and Macro Mobility Protocols -- Genetic Algorithm Based Optimization for Location Update and Paging in Mobile Networks -- Parallel, Grid and High Performance Computing -- Global Backfilling Scheduling in Multiclusters -- Computation of Ternary Covering Arrays Using a Grid -- Impact of Algorithm Design in Implementing Real-Time Active Control Systems -- An Efficient Technique for Dynamic Slicing of Concurrent Java Programs -- A Simple Delay Testable Synthesis of Symmetric Functions -- Innovative Applications for the DevelopingWorld -- VOBA – A Voice Based Newsgroup -- An ICT Based Framework for Improving Rural Credit Delivery -- An Approach Towards a Decentralised Disaster Management Information Network -- A Web-Based Examination System in the Context of Bangladesh -- Cryptography and Security -- Trust and Security Realization for Mobile Users in GSM Cellular Networks -- A Software Agent Based Approach for Fraud Detection in Network Crimes -- An Ontology for Network Security Attacks -- Ensuring e-Security Using a Private-Key Cryptographic System Following Recursive Positional Modulo-2 Substitutions.
The focus of the Asian Applied Computing Conference (AACC) is primarily to bring the research in computer science closer to practical applications. The conference is aimed primarily at topics that have immediate practical bene?ts. By hosting the conf- ence in the developingnations in Asia we aim to provide a forum for engagingboth the academic and the commercial sectors in that region. The ?rst conference “Information Technology Prospects and Challenges” was held in May 2003 in Kathmandu, Nepal. Thisyear theconferencenamewas changedto “Asian AppliedComputingConference” to re?ect both the regional- and the application-oriented nature of the conference. AACC is planned to be a themed conference with a primary focus on a small set of topics although other relevant applied topics will be considered. The theme in AACC 2004 was on the following topics: systems and architectures, mobile and ubiquitous computing, soft computing, man machine interfaces,and innovative applications for the developing world. AACC 2004 attracted 184 paper submissions from around the world, making the reviewing and the selection process tough and time consuming. The selected papers covered a wide range of topics: genetic algorithms and soft computing; scheduling, - timization andconstraintsolving; neuralnetworksandsupportvectormachines;natural language processing and information retrieval; speech and signal processing; networks and mobile computing; parallel, grid and high-performance computing; innovative - plications for the developing world; cryptography and security; and machine lea- ing. Papers were primarily judged on originality, presentation, relevance and quality of work. Papers that had clearly demonstrated results were given preference.