Volume 40 Issue 2 • March 2010
Table of contentsPublication Year: 2010, Page(s): C1| PDF (67 KB)
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics—Part C: Applications and Reviews publication informationPublication Year: 2010, Page(s): C2| PDF (37 KB)
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Classification is one of the most researched questions in machine learning and data mining. A wide range of real problems have been stated as classification problems, for example credit scoring, bankruptcy prediction, medical diagnosis, pattern recognition, text categorization, software quality assessment, and many more. The use of evolutionary algorithms for training classifiers has been studied ... View full abstract»
Cited by: Papers (62) | Patents (5)
Active appearance model (AAM) is a powerful generative method for modeling deformable objects. The model decouples the shape and the texture variations of objects, which is followed by an efficient gradient-based model fitting method. Due to the flexible and simple framework, AAM has been widely applied in the fields of computer vision. However, difficulties are met when it is applied to various p... View full abstract»
Hybrid Petri Net Modeling and Schedulability Analysis of High Fusion Point Oil Transportation Under Tank Grouping Strategy for Crude Oil Operations in RefineryPublication Year: 2010, Page(s):159 - 175
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There are varieties of constraints for a short-term scheduling problem of crude oil operations in a refinery. These constraints are difficult to model and complicate the short-term scheduling problem. Among them, oil residency time and high fusion point crude oil transportation constraints are the challenging ones. With high setup cost for high fusion point oil transportation, it is desired that t... View full abstract»
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This study focuses on the information extraction from reported sensor data in the communication system of wide-area-search munitions (WASMs). Such sensor data could be erroneous and inconsistent. For example, two WASMs might detect the same target, but associate it with two different targets and tracks. Similarly, two WASMs might detect two distinct targets, but recognize them as the same target. ... View full abstract»
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This study contributes to work in baggage handling system (BHS) control, specifically dynamic bag routing. Although studies in BHS agent-based control have examined the need for intelligent control, but there has not been an effort to explore the dynamic routing problem. As such, this study provides additional insight into how agents can learn to route in a BHS. This study describes a BHS status-b... View full abstract»
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With the increasing interdependence among supply chain members, bankruptcy of a supply chain member may cause other member firms to get into financial difficulties. This paper investigates the methods for reducing the probability of bankruptcy through supply chain coordination. Based on the developed multiagent simulation model for a simple three-echelon supply chain, the effects of coordination m... View full abstract»
Microarray Data Classifier Consisting ofPublication Year: 2010, Page(s):216 - 226
k-Top-Scoring Rank-Comparison Decision Rules With a Variable Number of Genes
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Microarray experiments generate quantitative expression measurements for thousands of genes simultaneously, which is useful for phenotype classification of many diseases. Our proposed phenotype classifier is an ensemble method with k-top-scoring decision rules. Each rule involves a number of genes, a rank comparison relation among them, and a class label. Current classifiers, which are also ensemb... View full abstract»
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While a number of modeling languages for constructing multiagent systems (MASs) have been suggested, none of them is widely accepted and used. A prominent reason for this is the gap that exists between agent-oriented modeling languages and the agent-based system modeling needs, including accessibility, flexibility, and expressiveness. This paper addresses the need for such a language by proposing ... View full abstract»
Special issue on semantics-enabled software engineeringPublication Year: 2010, Page(s): 242| PDF (122 KB)
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