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Jan 10, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Computer Aided System for Crankshafts Failure Rate of Automobile Based on Distance Travel and Age

Anakobe Jimoh Yakubu, Basil Olufemi Akinnuli
The crankshaft is the part of an engine which translates reciprocating linear piston motion into rotation. Automobile crankshaft failure, apart from poor maintenance culture, is caused by age and distance covered. These attributes which caused crankshaft failure were investigated using questionnaire administration and oral interviews of the maintenance expert and experienced personnel in the three selected

Oct 24, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Harmonic Paradigm

Yoosef Habibi
Programming paradigms are a way to classify programming languages according to the style of computer programming [1]. In this paper, we tried to present a new programming paradigm by interweaving the concepts of harmony and an inspiring sample of nature (jellyfish and its way of life). This model includes some of the advantages of available paradigms such as object-oriented and functional paradigm as well.

Nov 30, 2016Open    AccessArticle

On Comparative Study for Two Diversified Educational Methodologies Associated with “How to Teach Children Reading Arabic Language?” (Neural Networks’ Approach)

Hassan M. H. Mustafa, Fadhel Ben Tourkia
This paper considered the increasingly sophisticated role of artificial neural networks (ANNs) after its applications at the interdisciplinary discipline incorporating neuroscience, education, and cognitive sciences. Recently, those applications have resulted in some interesting findings which recognized and adopted by neurological, educational, in addition to linguistic researchers. Accordingly,ANNmodels vary in relation to the n

Nov 04, 2016Open    AccessArticle

An Overview of Research Methodology in Information System (IS)

Mohamed Al Kilani, Volodymyr Kobziev
Research methodology in a research study is considered as an important element, and therefore determining the method of research methodology is a very important section in the study. Research methodology is useful to establish the structure of research, such as strategy, approach, research philosophy, and components of the methodology. This paper aims to give and clarify the components of research methodology in Information System

Oct 31, 2016Open    AccessArticle

On Analysis and Evaluation of Comparative Performance for Selected Behavioral Neural Learning Models versus One Bio-Inspired Non-Neural Clever Model (Neural Networks Approach)

Hassan M. H. Mustafa, Fadhel Ben Tourkia, Ramadan Mohamed Ramadan
This piece of research addresses an interesting comparative analytical study, which considers two concepts of diverse algorithmic computational intelligent paradigms related tightly with Neural and Non-Neural Systems’ modeling. The first computational paradigm was concerned with practically obtained psycho-learning behavioral results after three animals’ neural modeling. These are namely: Pavlov’s, and Thorndike’s experimental wor

Oct 10, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Computational Approach to Control Laws of Strict-Feedback Nonlinear Systems

Rongdong Wang, Reza Ahangar
Maple is used to compute control laws of strict-feedback nonlinear systems. The stability of the system is also verified by Maple procedures. We show that computer algebra systems can play an important role in nonlinear system design, in research, and education of nonlinear systems. 

Aug 21, 2015Open    AccessArticle

Applications of Clustering Algorithms in Academic Performance Evaluation

Jyotirmay Patel, Ramjeet Singh Yadav
In this paper, we explore the applicability of K-means and Fuzzy C-Means clustering algorithms to student allocation problem that allocates new students to homogenous groups of specified maximum capacity, and analyze effects of such allocations on the academic performance of students. The paper also presents a Fuzzy set and Regression analysis based Dynamic Fuzzy Expert System model which is capable of dealing with imprecision and missing data that is commonly inherited in the student academic p...

Apr 24, 2015Open    AccessArticle

Modeling the Specific Seismic Risk Considering the Weight of Determining Variables

Liber Galbán Rodriguez, Elio Quiala Ortiz
The seismic risk determination for any country is a vital tool in the process of physical planning, construction and reduction of disasters caused by earthquakes. In recent years, there have been several studies on the subject, however, different methodologies could be improved from the design of a set of basic criteria, which using the advantages of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), could help to establish greater clarity in the seismic risk determining. To meet this goal, in this study, th...

Apr 24, 2015Open    AccessArticle

Blood Stain with Hammer Imprint Shown in Crime Scene

Samir Kumar Bandyopadhyay, Nabanita Basu
Like most other areas of Forensic Science, bloodstain pattern evidence interpretation is characterized by the overlap from various other fields of science such as physics, computer science, medical science etc. For example, fluid mechanics particularly explains the forces that lead to the formation of a particular bloodstain pattern. Forensic Medical practitioners particularly work towards drawing the correlation between the bloodstain patterns formed and the wound formed on the body or head of ...

Jun 25, 2014Open    AccessArticle

Evaluation of Interfacial Tension by Image Processing of the Shape Drops

Yousef Kazemzadeh, Saeed Sourani, Mahshid Reyhani, Ali Shabani, Elahe Maghami

An interface of fluid phases is created by unbalanced molecular attracting and repulsive force. Evaluating the gas-liquid interfacial tension is very important and major interest in injection processes. The interfacial tension between gas and liquid phases can be measured by different methods in the reservoir and surface condition. VIT (vanishing interfacial tension technique) is a laboratory method that calculates interfacial tension for mixture of oil-