10th WSEAS International Conference on SYSTEMS
Vouliagmeni, Athens, Greece, July 10-12 2006
July 10-12, 2006
The 10th WSEAS International Conference on SYSTEMS   is Sponsored by WSEAS and WSEAS Transactions and is Supported by the WSEAS International Working Group on Systems Theory, the WSEAS International Working Group on Dynamical Systems and Control the WSEAS International Working Group on Automation and Robotics, the WSEAS International Working Group on Applied Mathematics, the WSEAS International Working Group on Numerical Simulation, Optimization and Modeling
Monday, July 10, 2006

Superlattices and High Quality p-i-n a-Si Solar Cells via Superlattice Structures
Professor Argyrios C. Varonides
University of Scranton, USA
Abstract: Amorphous silicon/alloy superlattices provide advantages in solar cell design, such as (a) effective band-gap widening (b) effective mass separation (c) increased open-circuit voltage. The latter increases via Fermi level control, due to p-doping of potential barriers, pushing EF towards the valence bands, with simultaneous widening of the effective band gap, thus leading to potentially higher collection incident wavelengths. The density of gap states in the heavily doped layer is modeled as an exponential whose parameter kT* can be varied by the doping concentrations, while its activation energy saturates at some value. This communication provides (i) a general formulation of the problem at finite temperatures as well as numerical results for specific realizable contacts (ii) detailed treatment of gap states (iii) the neutrality condition (iv) a relation between Fermi level position and open-circuit voltage in the nitride region (superlattice p-region). For a p-(a-SiN: H/a-Si: H)-i (a-Si: H)-n (a-Si: H) sample, we compute the Fermi level position relative to the a-Si: H valence band edge. For low and wide gap thin layers of the order of 2.5 to 3.5 nm, open circuit voltage values are predicted in excess of 1.05 V, and efficiencies are predicted in excess of 12%.
Intelligent Signal Processing Applied to Recognition and Classification of One and Multidimensional SignalsNetwork
Prof. Wasfy B. Mikhael
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
College of Engineering and computer science
University of Central Florida
Orlando, FL.
Abstract: Recently, due to emerging critical applications such as biomedical, and security applications, the area of intelligent signal processing has been receiving considerable attention. In this lecture, we present an intelligent signal processing system applied to signal recognition and classification. The system employs different structures, multicriteria and multitransform . In addition, principal component analysis in the transform domain is developed which result in further improvement in the recognition accuracy and dimensionality reduction. Experimental results are given which confirm the excellent properties of the proposed approaches.
Ultrafast All-Optical Signal Processors: Fundaments and Applications
Prof. José Azaña
Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS)
Montreal, Quebec, CANADA
Abstract: The use of photonic technologies for processing spatial or temporal information in the all-optical domain is a field of growing importance, with a strong potential for interesting applications in such diverse areas as ultrahigh-speed optical telecommunications, ultrafast metrology, optical sensing, microwave engineering, image processing and optical computing, to name only a few. Advantages of processing the information in the alloptical domain include the tremendous available bandwidth and the parallelism intrinsic to the optical approach, which translate into ultrahigh processing speeds that otherwise are not possible. The broad field of Optical Signal Processing is becoming today one of the most active research areas in optics and photonics. Research in this field will have an important impact far beyond the conventional frontiers of photonic technologies. This presentation will provide the audience with an overview of some remarkable recent theoretical and experimental developments in this increasingly important field. The focus of this talk will be on fundamental technologies and techniques for processing and manipulating optical temporal waveforms with features as short as a few hundreds of femtoseconds (corresponding bandwidths of a few terahertz). The recent progress on fiber-based optical pulse shaping technologies, of interest for ultrahigh-speed pulse sequence generation, ultrafast coding/decoding, and all-optical switching, will be reviewed. Recent demonstrations on experimental prototypes of fundamental signal processing blocks, such as real-time optical Fourier transformers or ultrafast optical differentiators, will be also discussed. Applications of some of these all-optical techniques in other fields, e.g. for broadband microwave signal generation and control, will be covered as well. The advantages, current limitations and expected future impact of all-optical information processing technologies will be stressed throughout this presentation.
Kernel Methods and Applications

Prof. Theodore B. Trafalis
University of Oklahoma School of Industrial Engineering 202 West Boyd, Room 124, Norman, OK 73019, USA
Abstract: The main objective of this talk is to present the theory of kernel methods and Support Vector Machines and apply those techniques in several areas with special emphasis to severe weather prediction. I will also discuss how kernel methods and neural networks can be used to uncover physically meaningful, predictive patterns in weather radar data that alert to severe weather before the severe weather occurs. Specific indices related to the analysis of severe weather data using kernel methods for rainfall estimation and tornado prediction will be also presented. Results of a recent NSF-ITR multidisciplinary research project under the title: “ A Real Time Mining of Integrated Weather Data” will be also discussed.
SPECIAL SESSION: Nonuniform Sampling in Signal and System Analysis
Chair :  Andrzej Tarczynski
Weighted PNS Sequences for Digital Alias-Free Processing Signals
Dongdong Qu, Andrzej Tarczynski
Quality Assessment of Reconstructing Signals From Arbitrarily Distributed Samples
Andrzej Tarczynski, Dongdong Qu
Characterization of Polysilicon Thin Films for MEMS Applications
Dan Macodiyo, Hitoshi Soyama, Kazuo Hayashi
Reducing jitter in nonuniform sampling drivers
F. Papenfuß, D. Timmermann
Sampling-Reconstruction Procedure with a Limited Number of Samples of Stochastic Processes at Random Times
Vladimir A. Kazakov
Sampling-Reconstruction Procedure of Gaussian Fields with Jitter
Vladimir A. Kazakov and Daniel Rodriguez
Sampling in relaxation data processing
Vairis Shtrauss
SESSION:  Diagnostic Systems, Monitoring and Testing I
Chair: Vladimir A. Kazakov, George Vachtsevanos
Fault Detection and Monitoring Using Parameters Identification and Principal Component Analysis. Application to Rotary Machines in Skin Pass Process
Bouhouche Salah, Lahreche Malek, Ziani Slimane and Bast Jurgen
Testing discrete-event simulation programs using black-box techniques
Evangelos Kehris
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: Challenges and Technologies for Improved Autonomy
George Vachtsevanos, Ben Ludington
A Model-Based Reasoning Approach to System Fault Diagnosis
Bhaskar Saha, George Vachtsevanos
Robust Time Series Estimation
Demetrios Kazakos, Kami  S. Makki
Error Bounds in Parameter Estimation Under Mismatch
Demetrios Kazakos, Kami  S. Makki
Experimental evaluation of ball bearings diagnostics by contamination
Ahmad Ghanbari, Sohrab Khanmohamadi
A new test rig for frictional torque measurement. In Ball  Bearings
Ahmad Ghanbari, Sohrab Khanmohamadi
SESSION:  Systems and Neural Network Artificial Intelligence
Chair: George Vachtsevanos, Valeri Mladenov
Parameter Genetic Learning of Perceptron Networks
Roman Neruda, Stanislav Slusny
A Neuro-Computing Based Model for Anomaly Recognition in Geochemical Exploration
Mansour Ziaii,  Ali A. Pouyan,  Mehdi Ziaii
Rough sets with real valued attributes in evolutionary optimization of holographic ring wedge detector dedicated for neural network
Krzysztof A. Cyran
Performance Analysis of Associative Memory Using the Maximal Margin Learning
Hitoshi Akimoto, Motonobu Hattori
Evolutionary Design of Constructive Multilayer Feedforward Neural Network
Ching-Han Chen,  Sheng-Hsien Hsieh
Motivational behavior neurons and fuzzy logic of brain
Uziel Sandler, Lev Tsitolovsky
A New Approach to Evolutionary Optimized Fuzzy Neural Networks
Mohamed S. Ibrahim, Ahmed Mohamed
SESSION:  Diagnostic Systems, Monitoring and Testing II
Chair: Evangelos Kehris, Aristidis Vlachos
Combining Robust Detection And Anti-Windup Compensation For Ftc
Addison Rios-Bolivar, Richard Marquez
Application of discrete wavelet transform to fault detection
Seda Postalcioglu, Kadir Erkan, Emine Dogru Bolat
Rescheduling of flexible job shops under machine breakdown
Shahid Butt, Sun Houfang
An Ant Colony Optimization (ACO) algorithm solution to Economic Load Dispatch (ELD) problem
Aristidis Vlachos
Modelling and Monitoring of Hybrid Systems by Hybrid Petri Nets and (Max, +) Algebra
Abdelaziz Zaidi, Nadia Zanzouri and Moncef Tagina
Test of Granger Causality on Frequency Domain in Co-integrated Systems and Its Application in Research of the Relationship Between Electricity Consumption and Business Cycle
Yu En-hai, Wang Jing, Yuan Jia-hai
Fixed-Camera Visual Servoing of Moving Object using an Event-Based Path Generation
Iraj Hassanzadeh, Hammed Jabari
SESSION : NeuroFuzzy Support Decision Systems - NeuroFuzzy Controllers and Applications
Chair: Ching-Han Chen, Kostas Arvanitis
A Fuzzy Decision Support for the Selection of Information System Outsourcing Company
Lily Lin , Huey-Ming Lee , Shu-Yen Lee
Sugeno Predictive Neuro-Fuzzy Controller for Improving Dynamic Performance of Control Systems of Nonlinear Plants under Uncertainties
Snejana Yordanova, Rusanka Petrova, Valeri Mladenov
Fuzzy Group Decision-Making Model for Facility Site Selection of Multinational Enterprises
Lily Lin, Huey-Ming Lee, Hui-Chi Cheng
A model of Evaluation of Adaptive Fuzzy Backpressure in Policing Mechanism Schemes over VDSL Network
Somchai Lekcharoen  and Chanintorn Jittawiriyanukoon
Fuzzy inventory control of a supply chain
Chi-bin Cheng
Design and simulation of a car following collision prevention fuzzy controller
Jean J. Saade, Omar Houalla, Hasan Merhi, Jamil Kabbani
Speed Improvement of MPPT in Photovoltaic Systems by fuzzy Controller and ANFIS Reference Model
Reza  Ahmadian Majin, Ali Akbar Gharaveisi, Javid Khorasani, M. Ahmadi
SESSION : Vector Machines and Microprocessor Platforms
Chair: Aristidis Vlachos, Theodore Trafalis,
Optimized Hardware Implementation for Tile-Based Convolutional 2-D Discrete Wavelet Transform
Michalis D. Galanis, Gregory Dimitroulakos, Costas E. Goutis
Uncertainty and sensitivity analysis issues in support vector machines
Theodore Trafalis, Jin Park
Performance Improvements of Microprocessor Platforms with a Coarse-Grained Reconfigurable Data-Path
Michalis D. Galanis, Gregory Dimitroulakos, Costas E. Goutis
A Reconfigurable VLSI Architecture for Low Power IDCT
Hamed Elsimary
An automated gate system based on RFID technology
Hyung Rim Choi, Nam Kyu Park, Byung Joo Park, Dong Ho Yoo, Hae Kyoung Kwon, Joong Jo Shin
High-Level Modeling and Hardware Synthesis Methodology for Discrete-Event /Continuous-Time System
Ching-Han Chen, Jia-Hong Dai
Real-Time Emulation of Magnetic Suspension System in FPGA
Rafal Jastrzebski, Riku Pollanen, Olli Pyrhonen
Tuesday, July 11, 2006
Networked Control Systems: Current Research and Future
Dr T. C. Yang
University of Sussex, England
Abstract: Research in Networked Control Systems (NCSs) is motivated by wide applications of NCS, as well as "Future Directions of Control, Dynamics, and Systems" identified in a control expert panel report. Current research activities can be divided into three categories: (1) studies that focus on NCS control system analysis and design, (2) network architecture, protocol and scheduling; and (3) experimental and simulation studies. These research activities and the impact of NCSs on traditional large-scale system control methodologies are briefly reviewed in this presentation. In addition, some possible future research is proposed. NCS is a multi-discipline, very challenging and promising research area.
SESSION : Control Theory and Applications
Chair: Uziel Sandler, Hannah Michalska
Toolbox environment for control design with expert-aided support
Maja Atanasijevic-Kunc, Rihard Karba
Receding Horizon Control of Differential Difference Systems with
Hannah Michalska, Mu-Chiao Lu
State space adjustments for the control of nonlinear systems
J. A. M. Felippe de Souza
Rapid software prototyping for real-time simulation and control of a mini-helicopter robot
Carlos M. Velez S., Andres Agudelo
A Filtered-X RLS Algorithm for Nonlinear Active Noise Control
K.J. Kim, J.K. Kim, I.S. Kim, and S.W. Nam
Contributions concerning the command of the brushless d.c. servomotor
Baluta Gheorghe, Nikolaos Papachantzis
Adaptive Predictive Control for Simple Mechatronic Systems
Kvetoslav Belda, Josef Bohm
SESSION: Systems Theory and Computer Techniques
Chair: Luige Vladareanu, Valeri Mladenov 
Stochastic linear programming to optimize some stochastic systems
G. Pérez-Lechuga, M.M. Alvarez-Suárez, 
J. Garnica-González, H. Niccolas-Morales, 
F. Venegas-Martínez
Analyzing software with the complexity theory
Peter Kokol, Mitja Lenic
A Heuristic Method of the Optimal Matching for the Two Unstructured Systems
Huay Chang
A Parallel Algorithm for Nonlinear Multi-commodity Network Flow Problem
S. S. Lin, H. Chang, Cheng-Chien Kuo
Development of possibilistic causal model from data
Koichi Yamada
Finding Improvements in MIMO Wireless Communications Systems Design using Scenery Reconstruction Decodification
A. Vejar, M. Alfaro, I.Soto.
Decoding Linear Codes using Linear Programming in Wireless Communications MIMO Systems
Carlos Herrera, Ivan Derpich, Ismael Soto 
SESSION: Controllers and Applications
Chair: Koichi Yamada, Kostas G. Arvanitis
Design of a PI-D Controller of a Scaled-Model Helicopter
Hassan El Abiad and Mohamad Khaldi
A derivative-free constrained predictive controller
Tlili Brahim, Bouani Faouzi, Ksouri Mekki
State Space Multiple Leafs for Linear Time-Varying Systems and Attempting Sliding Mode Controllers: Learning from Experiment and Theory
Stanislaw Tarasiewicz
Lateral Dynamic Modeling of Hazerfen Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and H inf. Loop Shaping Robust Control System Design
Kamuran Turkoglu  and Elbrous M. Jafarov
Design of Adaptive Three-Term Controllers for Unstable Bioreactors: A Lyapunov Based Approach
Kostas G. Arvanitis, George D. Pasgianos, Grigorios Kalogeropoulos
Tuning three-term controllers for power station processes
K.G.Arvanitis, G.D.Pasgianos, A.K.Boglou
SESSION: Computer Techniques and Communications Systems
Chair: Baluta Gheorghe, Zoran Bojkovic 
Nonlinear Characteristics Analysis on 3-Channel Arterial Pulse Waveform for Fast Heart Rate Algorithm
Bo Yeon Kim, Yun Seok Chang
A Two-Stage Production Planning Model for Perishable Products Under Uncertainty
Stephen C.H. Leung, W.L. Ng, K.K. Lai
jGE - A Java implementation of Grammatical Evolution
Loukas Georgiou, William J. Teahan
Discrete decentralized stabilisation of large scale systems with prescribed Degree of convergence
Malika Zazi, Noureddine  Elalami
Automatic Modeling and Usage of Contextualized Human Behavior Models
Hans Fernlund and Avelino Gonzalez
Membership Matching Score for Invariant Image Recognition
Pisit  Phokharatkul, Skul Kamnuanchai,Chom Kimpan
SESSION: Systems and Fuzzy Intelligent Technologies
Chair : Peter Kokol, Leonarda Carnimeo,
Fuzzy goal programming for solving fuzzy regression equations
Ruey-Chyn Tsaur, Hsiao-Fan Wang
A Hidden Markov Model-based Forecasting Model for Fuzzy Time Series
Sheng-Tun Li, Yi-Chung Cheng
Improving Image Retrieval by Fuzzy C-Means Initialized by Fixed Threshold Clustering:case studies relating to a color temperature histogram and a color histogram
Doungporn Niyomua, Siriporn Supratid, Chom Kimpan
Water cut virtual sensor design using a Neo-fuzzy neuron and Statistical techniques in oil production
Richard Garcia-Mendez, Edgar Camargo-Contreras, Francklin Rivas-Echeverria, Eliezer Colina-Morles, Marianella Luzardo-Briceno
A Cellular Neurofuzzy Network for Contrast Enhancement of
Fundus Images with Retinopathies 
Leonarda Carnimeo, Antonio Giaquinto
A technique for enamel diagnostics using results of the infrared optical non-destructive control examination 
Bustillo Díaz M.M., Mehrdad Roham, Anait Gabrielyan, Melekhin V. F.
SESSION: Systems Theory and Control Dynamical Systems
Chair : Stanislaw Tarasiewicz, Zoran Bojkovic
A Framework for the Design of Mixed-Signal Systems with Polymorphic Signals
Rüdiger Schroll, Wilhelm Heupke, Klaus Waldschmidt, Christoph Grimm
A novel method for decoupling of non-minimum phase MIMO systems
M.A. Sadrnia
Open Architecture Systems for the Position-Force Real Time Robots Control with Compliance Function
Luige Vladareanu
Design of a  Stable direct model reference adaptive controller for a class of processes not satisfying  a positive real constraint
Abdelaziz Mourad, Djahli Farid
In-Band Quantization Noise Power Estimation in High Order Single Bit SD Modulators using Taylor Series
Juan Jesus Ocampo-Hidalgo, A. Garcia– Ortiz, 
Enhancing RFID label production with atmospheric plasma treatment
R.A. Wolf, A. Sparavigna, and B. Montrucchio
Low cost technique for improving open loop fiber optic gyroscope scale factor linearity
Medjadba hocine, Lotfy Mokhtar Simohamed
SESSION : Data Modelling and Simulations
Chair: B. Montrucchio, Valeri Mladenov
Robust Fault Detection Observer Design Using H_infinity Techniques for Uncertain Unmanned Aircraft
M A Sadrnia, A A Gharavesi
Fundamental Assumptions in Conceptual Data Modelling Approaches
Mik Kim and Wusheng Zhang
Modeling Information Flow and Social Networking via Community Currency
Hiroshi Kawakami, Takashi Hattori, Takayuki Shiose and Osamu Katai
Optimal gaits for compass-like biped robot
Oumnia  Licer, Noureddine El Alami  and  Mrabti Mostafa
Satellite attitude stabilization and observation
Ali haddi, Nourdine el Alami
Simulation and Experimental Verification of Heat Transfer Dynamics of Sensors
Nevřiva P., Plešivčák p., Grobelný d.
Matlab-based Tool for Energetic Analysis of the Induction Motor Driving Systems
Mihaela Popescu  Alexandru Bitoleanu Mircea Dobriceanu
Wednesday, July 12, 2006
SESSION: Intelligent Systems, Genetic Algorithms and Applications
Chair: Ioan Lie, Valeri Mladenov 
Genetic Algorithm with Forced Diversity for the University TimeTabling Problem
Juan Frausto-Solis, Jaime Mora-Vargas, Monica Larre, Jose Luis Gomez-Ramos
A New Genetic Algorithm for Motor Parameter Estimation
Onoufrios Ladoukakis, Stefanos Tsitmidelis, Aphrodite Ktena
Verification of global optimality of the OFC active power filters by means of genetic algorithms
Mohammadreza Rafiei
Intelligent Data Processing Approaches managers use for Business Decision Support
Nadia Baeshen
Intelligent Web Services System for automatic framework
Okkyung Choi, Sangyong Han and Ajith Abraham
Local processors for on line image processing with applications in intelligent vehicle technologies
Dan Popescu, Radu Dobrescu, Valentin Avram, Stefan Mocanu
Image De-noising Using a Fast Non-Local Averaging Algorithm
Radu Ciprian Bilcu, Markku Vehvilainen
Invariant Range Image Multi-pose Face Recognition Using K-means, Membership Matching Score and Center of Gravity search
Bang-on Makdee, Chom Kimpan, Seri Pansang
SESSION: Algorithms – Methods and Software
Chair: Tomas Kaminskas, Vrassidas Leopoulos 
A convergence theorem for a class of stochastic gradient type algorithms with application to robust system identification
Ivana Kovacevic, Branko Kovacevic, Zeljko Djurovic
Investigation method of the functionality of user interface software for measuring devices
Algimantas Citavicius, Vytautas Knyva, Mindaugas Knyva
A normalized weighting method for the connections between distribution transformers by particle swarm optimization
Cheng-chien Kuo,  Shieh-shing Lin
Advances on Calculating Effective Dither for Audio Signals
Andreas Floros and Markos Avlonitis
Floorplanning Method Based on Liner Programming
Changhong Zhao, Jian Chen, Xiaofang Zhou, Ming’e Jing
The role of information systems in extended supply chain management
Vrassidas Leopoulos, Dimitra Voulgaridou, Konstantinos Kirytopoulos
SESSION: Geographic Information Services and Systems
Chair: Mohammadreza Rafiei, Nikolaos Bardis 
The research on geographic information services based on Multi-Agent architecture
Gao Gang-Yi
A model of GIS interoperability based on JavaRMI
Gao Gang-yi, Chen Hai-Bo
Relaxation of Roadmap Methods of Robot Motion Planning
Milos Seda
Web based collaborative weldin process design without defects
Tomas Kaminskas, Genadijus Kulvietis, Leonas Keblas
Coupling Multiagent Simulation and GIS – an Application in Waste Management
Nikolaos V. Karadimas, George Rigopoulos, Nikolaos Bardis
Recognition of the type of vehicle and the road obstacle in optimized HRWD-PNN based image processing system
Krzysztof Cyran
SESSION: Management – Planning and Complex Systems
Chair: Vrassidas Leopoulos, Vincenzo Niola 
Capstan Law Motion Planning in Funicular Railways
Giuseppe Moscariello, Vincenzo Niola, Cesare Rossi
Computed Capstan Laws of Motion in Funicular Railways
Giuseppe Moscariello, Vincenzo Niola, Cesare Rossi
Disturbances affecting essential loads in high-speed railway systems
Francesco Muzi
A layered agent oriented engineering approach for building complex systems
SungChan Cho, HyengHo Lee, ChanGon Yoo, JungChan Park, JaeHyun Park, HoSang Yoon, CheolHo Kim 
Product lifecycle management in stamping and moulding tool manufacturing for the automotive industry
Ioan Bondrea, Carmen Simion, Harald Herrmann
Logistic Regression Model for determining risks factor for Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy
Anna Gabriela Perez, Elizabeth Torres Rivas, Francklin Rivas Echeverria, Carlos Rivas Echeverria
SESSION : e – Learning – e Government  and Teaching Control
Chair: Vincenzo Niola, Vrassidas Leopoulos,
Constructing a Multi-criteria Framework for Evaluating Asynchronous E-learning System: A User Satisfaction Perspective
Daniel Y. Shee and Yi-Shun Wang
A Validation of the User-Perceived Web Quality Instrument for E-Government Context
Yi-shun Wang
Architecture for Teaching Computer Ethics within an e-learning Environment
George Rigopoulos, Ioannis Keklikoglou, Nikolaos V. Karadimas, C. Economou
Motivation Aspects In Teaching Multivariable Control
Maja Atanasijevic-Kunc, Rihard Karba
A grouping system used to form teams full of thinking styles for highly debating
Dai-Yi Wang, Yen-Chun Liu, Chuen-Tsai Sun
SESSION : Information Systems, Security and Cryptography
Chair: Apostolos Leros, Toly Chen
Finding an Optimal DE Model for Biological Network Inference
Ruye Wang, Zhaohua Tang
Information edaphology: how can restore "nature" to our cybersociety?
Osamu Katai, Tomoko Ohya, Takayuki Shiose and Hiroshi Kawakami
Sustainable Development Model of Water supply for wetland
Wang Jing, Yuan Jia-hai, Hu Zhaoguang
A Musical Source Separation System with Lyrics Alignment
Ofer Hadar, Dmitry Bykhovsky, Guy Goldwasser, Etan Fisher
A New Public Key Cryptography Algorithm Using Chaotic Systems and Hyperelliptic Curves.
R. Abarzua, I. Jir≤n, M. Alfaro, I. Soto
Confidentiality with mobile sessions for web servers based on objects serialization
Daniel Zapico, Oscar Sanjuan, Luis Joyanes
Effects of UPFC in Unit Commitment Considering Transmission Constraints
Ahad Kazemi , Mohsen Najafi , M.Mousaei Neirang , Mehdi Kashanian
SESSION : Data Analysis – Recognition
Chair: Anna Gabriela Perez, Apostolos Leros
Using the Small Data Set Learning for the Monitor Indicator Forecast
Fengming Michael Chang
A Systematic Procedure for Evaluating the Achievability of an Output Time Forecast in a Wafer Fab
Yu-Cheng Lin, Toly Chen
Automatic Recognition of Piano Music Compositional Styles
Giovanni Costantini, Daniele Casali, Massimo Carota
Banknote Recognition Based On Probabilistic Neural Network Models
Costas Nastoulis, Apostolos Leros, Nikolaos Bardis
Texture analysis and simulations using Markov random field models
Stelios  Zimeras
Distributed Architecture for Intelligent Robotic Agents for Assembly
R. Rios-Cabrera and I. Lopez-Juarez
Electrical appliances testing platform
E.Antonidakis, J. Chatzakis, M. Vogiatzaki, H. Rigakis, M.Manitis, D .Kolokotsa