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2014 9th International Conference on Computer Science & Education

22-24 Aug. 2014

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  • Welcome to ICCSE

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  • Committees

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  • Keynote addresses

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  • Engineering forum/panel discussion

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  • Program at a glance of ICCSE 2014

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  • Introduction of Presentations, ICCSE2014

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  • Book of abstracts

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  • General conference information

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  • Table of contents

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  • Author index

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  • Using artificial intelligence to automatically test GUI

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    This position paper presents a synopsis of the imperative function artificial intelligence (AI) has partaken in software engineering (SE) as well as in software testing. In addition, the paper discusses how graphical user interface (GUI), and event driven software testing can derive benefits from the use of AI techniques. Artificial intelligence has significantly aided the process of the automatio... View full abstract»

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  • Mining case summaries in BioWorld

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    BioWorld is a computer-based learning environment that was designed to support novices in diagnosing medical diseases. In this study, we examine case summaries written in BioWorld. We explore the use of text classification techniques to mine case summaries written in BioWorld. In particular, we evaluate the accuracy of several text classification algorithms in Diagnosis Correctness and Novice-Expe... View full abstract»

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  • Supporting diagnostic reasoning by modeling help-seeking

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    Help-seeking is considered an important metacognitive strategy. For learners to benefit from help-seeking, they need to be engaged in effective search behaviors. Maladaptive search behaviors can lead to negative learning outcomes; thus, if learners are cognizant of such behaviors, they can engage in effective help-seeking leading to achieve better learner outcomes. To foster effective help-seeking... View full abstract»

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  • Learning and identifying the crucial proteins in signal transduction networks by a novel method

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    To identify the crucial proteins in signal transduction networks, the first thing we must do is to know the protein's importance in signaling transduction networks. However, there are relatively few methods to evaluate the importance of proteins in signaling networks. We developed a novel method to evaluate the importance of proteins in signal transduction networks based on the concept of Minimax ... View full abstract»

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  • Is differential evolution with penalty function really better than CMODE?

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    Differential Evolution is used in global optimization over continuous spaces. In general, the task is to optimize certain properties of a system by pertinently choosing the system parameters. Differential evolutions have been widely used to solve difficult constrained optimization problem. Differential evolution gives good results with unconstrained problem. In this paper Differential evolution is... View full abstract»

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  • MKL-SVM-based human detection for autonomous navigation of a robot

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    This paper presents a classifier trained by a multiple kernel-learning support vector machine (MKL-SVM) to detect a human in sequential images from a video stream. The developed method consists of two aspects: multiple features consisting of HOG features and HOF features suitable for moving objects, and combined nonlinear kernels for SVM. For the purpose of real time application in autonomous navi... View full abstract»

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  • 3D visual SLAM for an assistive robot in indoor environments using RGB-D cameras

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    With a growing global aging population, assistive robots are becoming increasingly important. This paper presents an integrated hardware and software architecture for assistive robots. This modular and reusable software framework incorporates capabilities of perception and navigation. The paper presents as well a system for three-dimensional (3D) vision-based simultaneous localization and mapping ... View full abstract»

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  • Fault detection in robot sensors using negative selection algorithm

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    This paper describes the methodology for fault detection in autonomous mobile robots. In this, artificial immune system based approach; a set of fault detectors is generated using negative selection algorithm which is responsible for detecting faulty behavior of system. The idea is based on the self-non self-discrimination observed in biological immune system. The feasibility of scheme is implemen... View full abstract»

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  • Impedance control schemes for bilateral teleoperation

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    This paper first presents a review of different impedance control schemes found in the literature and discusses their applicability in bilateral teleoperation of homecare robotics. Impedance control ensures enhanced transparency by appropriately controlling the dynamic behavior between motion and applied forces in the task space of the manipulators that execute the contact tasks. Performance of th... View full abstract»

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  • Artificial immune system based framework for multi-robot cooperation

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    Biological immune system is a combination of organs, tissues and cells that work collectively like a network to defend the body from the attack of pathogens. The immune system is very complex and amazingly organized. It can identify and memorize millions of various foreign invaders. Idiotypic network theory presented by Jerne explains the suppression and stimulation of the antibody in reaction to ... View full abstract»

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  • Teaching mode reform and exploration on the University Computer Basic based on Computational thinking training in Network Environment

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    Due to the international and domestic education and computer industries and so on computational thinking attaches great importance and has done considerable exploratory research, our school also reform and exploration teaching mode on the University Computer Basic based on Computational thinking training in network environment, and the use of based on Computational thinking Autonomous learning mod... View full abstract»

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  • Enlarging intersections between engineering and ethics: Thoughts on engineering ethics education

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    Ethical dimension inherently exists in engineering, separating ethics from engineering is the root-cause of many engineering accidents and conflictions. A qualified engineer must have ethical consciousness and abilities in ethical decision-making and behavior. Engineering ethics education has been proved to be a feasible way to achieve this goal, and it is of high necessities and urgencies accordi... View full abstract»

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