WSEAS and IASME Conferences
Corfu, Greece, August 17-19, 2004             

Hotel CORFU HOLIDAY PALACE
www.corfuholidaypalace.com


http://www.wseas.org

http://www.iasme.org


 

 

 

 

AUGUST 16, 2004

 

 

21:00 Welcome Cocktail: 
Public Garden (behind the Old Palace of Corfu)



AUGUST 17, 2004



ROOM A (KERKYRA BALLROOM):
08:00: OPENING


8:00-9:00, ROOM A', PLENARY LECTURE A:  

 

Application of the Method of Normal Forms to ODEs and PDEs

 

Prof. Yair Zarmi
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

ISRAEL

zarmi@bgumail.bgu.ac.il



 

Abstract: Naive perturbation theory leads to secular behavior;  resonant terms; updating of time dependence of zero-order approximation through the Normal Form avoids secular behavior;  Exploitation of the freedom in the expansion. Wave solutions of integrable PDE's (Fronts - for the Burgers equation, solitons for the KdV, NLS and other equations);  symmetries of the unperturbed equation are the resonant terms; Normal Form analysis for perturbed PDE's; emergence of obstacles to integrability; handling of obstacles to integrability.

 


9:00-10:00,ROOM A', PLENARY LECTURE B:

 

Stochastic Analysis of Nonlinear Biological and ecological processes

 

Prof. Wei-Yin Chen

Department of Chemical Engineering

Anderson Hall

University of Mississippi

University, MS 38677

U.S.A.

Phone: (662) 915-5651

Fax: (662) 915-7023

E-mail: cmchengs@olemiss.edu  

 

 

Abstract: Complex biological and ecological processes are often governed by a myriad of variables.  Since these processes are usually modeled based on a manageable number of variables, their analytical structure exhibit uncertainties, or fluctuations, or noises, as a rule rather than as an exception.  Moreover, these systems frequently involve discrete entities, and their processes are often nonlinear.  The goal of this tutorial presentation is to present the stochastic algorithms developed in the last three decades that interpret, analyze, model and simulate these noises of nonlinear, discrete processes. The internal noise is caused by the fact that the system itself consists of discrete particles and many secondary variables associated with the particles are ignored; it is inherent in the very mechanism by which the process evolves.  Small discrete systems governed by a large number of variables often exhibit notable internal, or system, or minimum fluctuations.  In the absence of external noises, they present the minimum fluctuations.  The spread of an epidemic within a population, the birth-death-illness-migration of a population, the populations of patients at various stages of illness, the virus attacks of T-cells, the control of gene transcription by a small number of protein molecules, and the diffusion of a molecule into a medium cannot be predicted precisely due to their inherent complexities, thus, these processes exert internal fluctuations.  Many of these processes, such as the transmission of an infectious disease, are notably nonlinear in nature; however, in most cases, they have been approximated as linear processes due to the lack of adequate analytical methodologies for finding their solutions. Modern development in stochastic processes renders it possible to circumvent the simplifying assumption of linearity imposed in the majority, if not all, of the past works.  The discrete state, continuous time stochastic processes can be analyzed by the master equation in the following general form (Oppenheim et al., 1977; Gardiner, 1985; van Kampen, 2001):

                                                                        (1)

where  denotes the probability of the system to be in state  at time , and  the transition probability per unit time from state  to state .  The master equation is a gain-loss equation for the probabilities of the separate state .  The first term is the gain of state  due to transitions from other states , and the second term is the loss due to transition from  into other states.  For a system involving a set of random variables, or a random vector, are either constant or linear functions of is a vector and  is a matrix.       When all elements of the transition intensity functions  are either constant or linear functions of , Eq. 1 is considered a linear master equation; otherwise, it is considered nonlinear.  Simple linear master equations such as Poisson, birth and death processes can be solved by induction (see, e.g., Karlin and Taylor, 1975).  For processes involving large numbers of random variables, full solutions of their joint probability distribution function are usually difficult, if not impossible, and it often suffices to determine only the first and second moments of the resultant probability distribution.  These moments can be found by taking the averages of the master equations or by the method of joint probability generating function technique (Karlin and Taylor, 1975, 1981; Chiang, 1980). The method of system-size expansion has been firmly established by van Kampen (1976, 1992) and is widely accepted by now for analyzing nonlinear stochastic chemical and physical processes; however, it is much less known in the biological fields.  The system size, S, has been proposed as an expansion parameter because it measures the relative importance of the noises.  For a linear system, fluctuations or variance, are of the order of S1/2 in a collection of S entities.  As a result, their effect on the macroscopic properties is of the order of S-1/2.  It is expected that the joint probability for the nonlinear system, , will have a sharp maximum around the macroscopic value with a noise of width of the order of S1/2.  Thus, when the higher order moments are ignored, the approximated joint probability becomes a time-dependent Gaussian distribution.  The technique gives rise to the deterministic macroscopic equations and the equations of noises for the master equation; the latter is a set of linear Fokker-Planck equations whose solutions are well established (Gardiner, 1985; van Kampen, 1992; Risken, 1996). Monte Carlo procedures have also been implemented for the simulation of complex linear and nonlinear processes that cannot be approached by the master-equation algorithm.  A well-developed class of Monte Carlo simulation procedures, the Metropolis method, essentially shares identical computational bases with the master-equation algorithm mentioned above.  Specifically, the assumption of Markov, or semi-Markov for the time-dependent processes, property of the random variables leads to the definitions of transition-intensity functions (see, e.g., Gillespie, 1992).  The probability balances of various events on the basis of these intensity functions lead to the master equations.  In the Monte Carlo simulation, the systems state is simulated by a step-wise, random-walk scheme based on the same intensity functions as those established for the master-equation algorithm. In this one-hour lecture, I will present the formulation of master equation, the fundamentals of system-size expansion, and the procedure of Monte Carlo simulation.  The theory will be illustrated by two biological applications; one on the tumor growth and, the other, epidemic within a population.

 

 

 

10:00-11:00, ROOM A', PLENARY LECTURE C:

 

Modeling 3D Flows in Arbitrarily Complex Domains with Deformable Immersed Boundaries: From Hydrodynamics to Biofluids

 
Prof. Fotis Sotiropoulos

School of Civil and Environmental Engineering &

G. W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering

Georgia Institute of Technology

Atlanta, GA 30332-0355

USA

 

 

Most flows of technological and/or biological significance take place in complex multi-connected domains with moving, flexible immersed boundaries, occur over a broad range of Reynolds numbers and flow regimes, and are dominated by large-scale, organized unsteadiness and vortex shedding.  I will discuss the challenges encountered in the numerical simulation of such flows and summarize recent progress toward the development of an advanced computational framework for predicting flows in complex, dynamically evolving domains.  I will describe numerical algorithms based on two modeling strategies: 1) domain decomposition with structured, boundary-conforming, overset grids; and 2) hybrid Cartesian/Immersed Boundary sharp-interface approach.  I will also address the issue of turbulence modeling and emphasize the promise of unsteady Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes (URANS) and hybrid URANS/LES methodologies in simulations of complex engineering flows at real-life Reynolds numbers. I will present results from a broad range of applications in hydraulic engineering, cardiovascular fluid mechanics, insect flight aerodynamics, and aquatic locomotion hydrodynamics. 

 

 

 

11:30-12:30, ROOM A', PLENARY LECTURE D:

 

 (Semi) symbolic computer analysis of large linear systems

 

Prof. Dalibor Biolek

Military Academy Brno,
Faculty of Military Technologies,
Dept. of EE
Chech Republic
http://www.vabo.cz/stranky/biolek
Dalibor.Biolek@vabo.cz

 

also with

Brno University of Technology,
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication UT Brno,
Dept. of Microelectronics
Chech Republic
http://www.vabo.cz/stranky/biolek
Dalibor.Biolek@vabo.cz

 

 

Abstract: The lecture deals with some open problems from the area of symbolic and semisymbolic modeling of linear systems, focusing on combining the symbolic, semisymbolic and numeric computation. The main pending issues of (semi)symbolic/numeric analyses of large linear circuits are outlined. Their solution requires cooperation of workers from the areas of numerical mathematics and system/circuit theory. Special algorithms have been developed, which are integrated step by step in the SNAP (Symbolic and Numeric Analysis Program) and CIA (Circuit Interactive Analyzer) software tools. Some demonstrations of SNAP capabilities are included.

 

 

 

 

12:30-13:30, ROOM A', PLENARY LECTURE E:

 

Artificial Intelligence for Multi-criterion Decision Making

Prof. Jerzy Balicki
Naval University of Gdynia,
Computing Science Department,
ul. Smidowicza 69,
81-103 Gdynia, POLAND

E-mail: jbalicki@amw.gdynia.pl



Decision making for complex systems are based on multi-criterion-optimisation. For instance, a task assignment in a distributed computer system may reduce both the total cost of a program run and a workload of the bottleneck computer. Moreover, it can decrease the cost of computers if a selection of the computer sort is carried out. A total amount of the system performance is another measure that can be minimized by task distribution. The probability that all computers remain fault-free during the execution of the modules assigned to computers is the first criterion of evaluation task assignments.
Above benchmark problem can be formulated as a multiobjective combinatorial optimisation question, which is solved by an approach based on artificial intelligence. It is applied for finding the subset of Pareto-optimal solutions.
Genetic algorithms, evolutionary algorithms, evolution strategies and genetic programming are the alternative evolutionary approaches to the modern metaheuristic multicriteria optimisation methods such as simulated annealing, tabu search or Hopfield models of neural networks. Especially, genetic programming paradigm is implemented as a genetic algorithm written in the Matlab language. Chromosomes are generated as the Matlab functions and then genetic operators are applied for finding Paret-suboptimal task assignment. Results are compared with outcomes obtained by an adaptive evolutionary algorithm.

 

 

 

 

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ROOM A : WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED MATHEMATICS

 

SYMPOSIUM: Differential Equations: Theory and Applications (Part I)

15:00- 19:30
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  Ralph W. Oberste-Vorth

Solution of partial differential equation for the option price by means the modified parametrix method

Julia Bondarenko, Nikos Mastorakis 488-101

Numerical solution of linear Fredholm-Volterra Integro-differential equations by the Tau method with an error estimation.

S. Shahmorad

488-333

Ghost ILDM-manifolds

Sofia Borok, Igor Goldfarb, Vladimir Gol'dshtein

488-371

The Existence And Uniqueness Theorem From A New Viewpoint

Afgan Aslanov

488-379

Changing Time Scales II: Bifurcations in Second Degree Equations

Eizabeth R. Duke, Kelli J. Hall, Ralph W. Oberste-Vorth

488-478

Complex Horseshoes

Ralph W. Oberste-Vorth

488-517

A Study of Stability and Dispersion in Absorbing Boundary Conditions Applied to the Leastm -Squares Finite-Element Solution of the Electromagnetic Wave Equation in the Time Domain

G. William Slade

488-419

Sensivity Problems for Impulsive Differential Inclusions

T. F. Filippova

488-297

Weighted inequalities for caloric functions on classical domains

Caroline Sweezy, Michael Wilson

488-475

Scale-Invariant Forms of Conservation Equations in Reactive Fields and a Modified Hydro-Thermo-Diffusive Theory of Laminar Flames

Siavash H. Sohrab

488-401
Maximal and Minimal Solutions of Nonlinear Nabla Dynamic Equations Bonita A. Lawrence, Clayton T. Brooks 488-476

Changing Time Scales I: The Continuous Case as a Limit

Eizabeth R. Duke, Kelli J. Hall, Ralph W. Oberste-Vorth

488-477

 

 

 

 

ROOM A : WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED MATHEMATICS

SESSION:  Analytic Number Theory

19:30- 20:30
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  Badih Ghusayni

 

On a conjecture of Chowla

Sami omar

488-331

Exploring new identities with Maple as a tool

Badih Ghusayni

488-254

A note on the prime ideal theorem

Sami Omar

488-336

On the prime k-tuple conjecyure

Liu Fengsui

488-264

 

 

 

ROOM B : WSEAS International Conference on MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY and ECOLOGY

 

SESSION:  Mathematical Modeling of Biological Systems and Bioinformatics

15:00- 21:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  Ezio Venturino

Computational and Experimental Investigation of Flow in a Bileaflet Heart Valve with Leaflets in the Open Position

L. Ge, H. L. Leo, J. Carberrie, F. Sotiropoulos, A. Yoganathan

488-469

Computations with 1-deterministic P systems using antiport/symport rules for evolution rules

Marion Oswald

488-403

Modeling the electrophysiology of ischemic ventricular cells

Joakim Sundnes

488-202

Multi - Agent Technology Based on Genetic Processing

Stanislava Labatova

488-342

Stability and Oscillations in Spatially-extended Models of  Population Interaction

 Nelli Ajabyan

 

488-314

Modelling and rebuilding the complex anatomical structures

Doina Dragulescu, Virgilius Stanciulescu, MirelaToth-Tascau, Mircea Dreucean, Vlad Morcovescu

488-505

Operational Model for Prediction Circulation and Transport of Oil Spills in the Black Sea

Konstantin A. Korotenko

488-516

Epidemics in Lotka-Volterra systems

Ezio Venturino

488-364

Parareal investigation of equilibria in an age-dependent interacting population model

Tiziana Armano, Michela Costanzo, Ezio Venturino

488-484

Are limit cycles of epidemics in Lotka-Volterra systems for real?

Ezio Venturino

488-489

Genomic Signal Analysis Based on Codongrams and agrams

E.A. Bouton, H.M. De Oliveira, R.M. Campello De Souza, N.S.Santos-Magalhães

488-359

Lotka Voltera type differential equations model of Trialeurodes vaporariorum - Encarsia formosa interaction

Bahram Tafaghodinia, Fariba Fathiraboki, Saied Iranmanesh

488-271

 

ROOM C : WSEAS International Conference on HEAT and MASS TRANSFER

SESSION:  Heat Transfer and Thermal Science

15:00- 20:30
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  Rama Gorla

Finite Element Heat Transfer And Structural Analysis

Asad Salem, Rama Subba  Reddy  Gorla

488-112

Thermohydraulic Characteristics of Mixed Convection in Rectangular and Square Plain Ducts and Ducts with Twisted-Tape Inserts

S. K. Saha

488-387

200 MeV 107Ag ion irradiation induced mass transfer in MgB2 thin film superconductors

H. Narayan, Anurag Gupta, K.N. Sood, Ram Kishore, A.V. Narlikar, D. Kanjilal

488-266

Effect of variable permeability and variable viscosity in several natural convection flows in a porous medium

Fouad Ibrahim, Mohamed Mansour,  Sahar Abdel-Gaied

488-267

Modified Theories of Thermal Convection in a Layer of Fluid Heated From Below and Laminar Flow Between Two Coaxial Rotating Cylinders

Siavash H. Sohrab

488-382

Numerical study of flow and heat transfer in a square driven cavity

Hossein Shokouhmand, Habibollah Sayehvand

488-177

Electrons in Cylindrical Quantum Nano Dots

Dragoljub Mirjanic,Jovan Setrajcic, Vjekoslav Sajfert, Stevo Jacimovski

488-168

Modified displacement ventilation of rooms with Chilled ceilings and ceiling mounted devices

Aydin Misirlioglu, Ulgen Gulcat

488-175

Multiplicity Of Solutions Due To Combined Mixed Convection And Radiation In A Channel Discretly Heated From Below

A. Bahlaoui, A. Raji, M. Hasnaoui

488-559

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROOM D : WSEAS International Conference on FLUID MECHANICS

SESSION:  Flow Analysis and Simulation

15:00- 20:30
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  Serkan Ozgen, Fotis Sotiropoulos

Boundary layer flow over a continuously moving wall with suction/injection

Eunice Mureithi

488-233

Modified Theories of Turbulent Two-Dimensional and Axi-Symmetric Jets and Turbulent Velocity Discontinuity and Free Jet Boundary

Siavash H. Sohrab

488-408

Stability and performance of a low speed compressor with modified casing

Fayez M. Wassef, Ahmed S. Hassan, Hany A. Mohamed, Mohamed A. Zaki

488-407

Internal Solitary Waves Propagating Through a Variable Background

Roger   H.J. Grimshaw

488-258

Modified Form of the Helmholtz Vorticity Equation and its Solution for Spherical Flow Within a Droplet in Uniform or Counterflow Streams

Siavash H. Sohrab

488-381

Sharp-Interface Cartesian Method for Simulating Flow past 3D Flexible Bodies

Anvar Gilmanov, Fotis Sotiropoulos

488-171

Contribution to numerical and experimental study of 2D free-surface flow

Bouhadef Malek, T. Zitoun and T. Guendouzen

488-174

3D computer simulation of convective instability in the multi- component solution

Vyacheslav  Kolmychkov, Olga Mazhorova, Yuriy  Popov, Patrick Bontoux, El Ganaoui

488-155

Flow Analysis with Color-Coded   Tomography

Bodo Ruck,  Boris Pavlovski

488-170

A boundary element approach for the solution of acoustics of homogeneous media

Pascal Roubides

488-124

Hydrodynamic Behavior Of A Drag-Reducing Surfactant In Constant-Area Flowmeters

Asad A. Salem

488-116

Analysis of stability and transition in compressible boundary layers using linear stability theory

Senem Atalayer, Serkan Ozgen

488-196

Resonance in Harmonically-Oscillated Turbulent Pipe Flows

Mark A. Cotton

488-541

Luminescence Technique for the Measurement of Concentration Fields in Falling Liquid Films

A. Schagen, M. Modigell

488-554

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AUGUST 18, 2004

 

ROOM A : WSEAS International Conference on HEAT and MASS TRANSFER

SESSION:  Heat Transfer and Thermal Science

08:00- 11:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
11:00-11:30)

Chair:  to be announced

Performance analysis of an endoreversible Heat engine with thermal reservoir of Finite Heat Capacitance at maximum power density conditions

Govind Maheshwari, A.I. Khandwawala

488-188

The Temperature Field in the Greenhouse during Clear-sky Day

Miroljub Durić, Dragoljub Mirjanić, Nikola Bucalović, Vjekoslav Sajfert

488-166

An Innovative Heating System: Performance and Enconomic Viability

Asad A. Salem, Taysir Nayfeh, Shadi Al-Shakaa

488-215

Numerical study of non-Dracy forced convection in a rectangular duct saturated with a power-law fluid

Nebbali Rachid,  Bouhadef Khedidja

488-193

Scalar exchange in urban boundary layers

Yan Yang, Yaping Shao

488-191

The effect of a  non-newtonian fluid on variable-area and target flowmeters

Asad A. Salem

488-136

Heat Transfer in Thin Liquid Films

Rama Subba Reddy Gorla, Larry Byrd

488-125

A numerical procedure for defogging process simulation in automotive industry

Giulio Croce, Paola D'Agaro, Fabrizio Mattiello, Alessandra De Angelis

488-340

 

 

 

 

 

ROOM B : WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED MATHEMATICS

 

SYMPOSIUM: Differential Equations: Theory and Applications (Part II)

8:00- 11:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
11:00-11:30)

Chair: Yair Zarmi

Impedance change of a conducting plate with an arbitrary form flaw

Ilona Dzenite, Maximilian Antimirov

488-235

Rates of convergence of continued fractions

Tariq Al-Fadhel

488-247

Some Thermodynamic Considerations on the Physical and Quantum Nature of Space and Time

Siavash H. Sohrab

488-390

Freedom in the normal form expansion and obstacles to asymptotic integrability:  The perturbed KdV equation

Alex Veksler, Yair Zarmi

488-182

Covering map and the elliptic Calogero system

Mayumi Ohmiya

488-167

Operator Method for Solving the Difference Equations

Jovan Setrajcic, Vjekoslav Sajfert, Dragoljub Mirjanic, Sinisa Vucenovic

488-148

Integral representation of the solution to the vector Helmholtz equation in the system of arbitrary orthogonal curvilinear coordinates

Maximilian Antimirov, Ilona Dzenite

488-213

Stability of Geometrically Nonlinear Timoshenko Beam with Boundary damping

Kazuho Ito

488-197

On the infinite product representation of solution and dual equations of Sturm-Liouville equation with turning point of order 4m+1

H. Kheiri, A.Jodayree Akbarfam

488-329

 

 

ROOM C : WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED MATHEMATICS

SYMPOSIUM: Algorithms, Discrete Mathematics, Systems Theory and Control (Part I and Part II)

8:00- 14:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
11:00-11:30)

Chair: Dalibor Biolek, Jose Carlos Quadrado

Decoupling of an EV Active Steering and Direct Yaw Moment Control Systems

Jose Carlos Quadrado

488-252

Mixed order statistics for the equalistaion of CDMA channels

S. Sali

488-132

A Note on the Complexity of Rooted Trees and Hierarchies with Possible Applications to Organization Design and System Architectures

Peter Chen, Guoli Ding

488-234

Joint optimisation schemes for capacity improvement in wireless cellular systems

S. Mao, S. Sali , E G Chester

488-131

A Comparison of Fundamental Methods for Iso-surface Extraction

Jan Patera, Vaclav Skala

488-402

Magic graphs and the faces of the Birkhoff polytope

Maya Mohsin Ahmed

488-265

Polytopes of magic labelings of graphs and the faces of the Birkhoff polytope

Maya Mohsin Ahmed

488-259

On the problem of basis for hyperquasivarieties

Ewa Graczynska

488-261

On The Shift Register Sequences

Chuan-Gan Hu , Qijian Hu

488-262

Trajectory tracking control for a class of LPV systems based on dynamic inversion and passivity

Tamas Peni, Jozsef Bokor

488-179

Open Source-based Set of Tools and System for SMEs Management

Florin Hartescu

488-130

Robust stability of population dynamical systems

Noboru Kunimatsu

488-154

Providing Personal Mobility in Instant Messaging Service

C. W. Lau, S. Y. Hui, K. H. Yeung, K. Y. Wong

488-159

E-Commerce, a New Strategy for Marketplaces

Florin Hartescu

488-129

Surface-mounted PMBM sensorless control based on EMF extraction and simple digital filtering

Osama Arafa, Osama Mahgoub, Mona Eskander

488-325

Secondary root polishing: Increasing the accuracy of semisymbolic analysis of electronic circuits

Dalibor Biolek, Viera Biolkova

488-326

A scaling algorithm for minimum flow problem

Eleonor Ciurea, Laura Ciupala

488-330

Speed Control of Switched Reluctance Motor Using a New Fuzzy Variable Structure Control Technique

M. A. A. Morsy, M. S. Moteleb, H. T. Dorrah

488-435

Numerical solution of nonlinear wave problems applying nonlinear programming

K.P. Badakhshan, A.V. Kamyad,            A.B. Lashak

488-337

Direct kinematics of a parallel pointing mechanism

Rosario Sinatra, Dario Scalora, Alberto

Meschini

488-335

Graph products with log-concave independence polynomials

Vadim Levit, Eugen Mandrescu

488-322

Optimization of CDTA-based circuits simulating ladder structures

Dalibor Biolek, Tomas Gubek, Viera Biolkova

488-481

Fault detection and isolation using neural network

Eugen Iancu, Matei Vinatoru

488-514

Prefractal signals and the Shannon-Whittaker sampling theorem

Diana Calva Mendez, Mario Lehman

488-504

 

 

 

ROOM D : WSEAS International Conference on MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY and ECOLOGY

SPECIAL SESSION:  Theories and Models in Biomedicine

08:00- 13:30
(coffee-break on the terrace:
11:00-11:30)

Chair:  Guanyu Wang

Modelling the flow cytometric data obtained from unperturbed human tumour cell lines: Parameter fitting and comparison

Britta Basse, Bruce C. Baguley, Elaine S. Marshall, Graeme C. Wake, David J.N. Wall

488-173

Air Resistance and the Origin of Vertebrate Flight

C. A. Long, G. P. Zhang, T. F. George, C. F. Long

488-128

Universality in Large-Scale Structure of Complete Genomes

Li-Ching Hsieh, Chang-Heng Chang, Ta-Yuan Chen, Wen-Lang Fan, H.C. Lee

488-217

Multicellular Tumor Spheroids are a useful model for implementing the effects of environmental restrictions on the Universal Growth Law

Caterina Guiot,, Piero Giorgio Degiorgis , Yuri Mansury, Thomas S. Deisboeck

488-180

Protein Structure Alignment using Mean Field Annealing

Mattias Ohlsson

488-208

Thermodynamics of Residue Networks in Folded Proteins

Ali Rana Atilgan, Canan Baysal

488-210

The hypothesis of recycling in the germinal centre: agreement of mathematical models with experimental data

Joana Moreira, Jose Faro

488-348

Distribution of the Number of Clonogenic Tumor Cells Surviving Fractionated Irradiation

Leonid G. Hanin

488-367

A Principle of Prolation in Biology

Charles A. Long

488-140

Optimizing drug regimens in cancer chemotherapy

Athanassios Iliadis, Dominique Barbolosi

488-176

Force measurements of single DNA molecules in reentrant collapsing transition

Yoshihiro Murayama, Masaki Sano

488-181

DNA-Membrane Interactions Can Localize Bacterial Cell Center

Avinoam Rabinovitch, Arieh Zaritsky and Mario Feingold

488-369

A Mathematical Model to Simulate the Cellular Dynamics of Adult T-cell
Leukemia Induced by HTLV-I Infection

Guanyu Wang, Gerhard Krueger,             L. Maximilian Buja

488-135

Mathematical Models for Tubular Malformations during Virus Assembly of Papovaviridae

Reidun Twarock

488-320

Stochastic modeling of tumor growth

Wei-Yin Chen

488-163

Stabilizing and destabilizing effects in some age-structured population models

Arild Wikan

488-151

Integrate-and-Fire Neurons and Circle Maps

Humberto Carrillo, Miguel A. Mendoza, Fernando Ongay-Larios

488-404

The dynamics of tumour cords following the delivery of a cell killing agent

Alessandro Bertuzzi, Antonio Fasano, Alberto Gandolfi

488-169

 

 

 

ROOM A : WSEAS International Conference on FLUID MECHANICS

SESSION:  Mathematical Methods in Fluid Mechanics

 

11:30- 13:30
(coffee-break on the terrace:
11:00-11:30)

Chair:  to be announced

Effect of heat transfer on boundary layer stability and transition

Ebru Sarigol   Kerim Yapici,  Senem Atalayer, Serkan Ozgen

488-198

A Deterministic Viscous Vortex Method for Grid-free CFD with Moving Boundary Conditions

Mark Pitman, Anthony Lucey

488-195

Comparison of Cylindrical and 3-D Cubic B-Spline Curve of Shroud-Diffuser for a Supersonic Pressure Exchange Ejector in a 3-D, Non-Steady, Viscous Flow

Khaled Alhussan, Charles Garris

488-328

Modified Theories of Axi-Symmetric and Two-Dimensional Laminar Jets

Siavash H. Sohrab

488-315

An Implicit Upwind Finite-Volume Scheme for 3D Unstructured Meshes of Arbitrary Topology

Frank Bramkamp, Josef Ballmann

488-366

Vortex Ring Formation in Left Ventricular Flow: An Energy Mechanism to Quantify Losses

Olga Pierrakos,Demetri Telionis,Pavlos Vlachos

488-352

Travel Grouping of Evaporating Polydisperse Droplets in Oscillating Flow-Theoretical Analysis

David Katoshevski

488-507

Computational Study of Three-Dimensional Non-Steady Steam Supersonic Pressure Exchange Ejectors

Khaled Alhussan, Charles Garris

488-510

Effect of Gravity on Forced-air Precooling

Clement Vigneault, Larissa R. De Castro, Luis A. B. Cortez

488-513

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROOM B : WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED MATHEMATICS

 

SYMPOSIUM: Probabilities, Statistics, Operational Research

11:30- 14:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair: Marios Poulos, Sozon Papavlassopoulos

Weighted mean matrix on weighted sequence space

Rahmatollah Lashkaripour

 

488-108

Extension of Markowitz Model for Portfolio Analysis

Anton Abdulbasah Kamil,
Kwan Mei Wan

488-118

Markov processes and parabolic functions

Arindam Sengupta

488-385

Strong convergence for weighted sums of negatively dependent random variables

M. Amini, Abolghasem Bozorgnia,   Hassan Zareei

488-107

Statistical research technique of perturbed trajectories of SV (space vehicle) motion in atmosphere Udaloy Valeriy Alekseevich, Sokolov Nikolay Leonidovich 488-219

The evaluation of the efficiency with data envelopment analysis in case of mossing values: a fuzzy approach

Elias Maragos, Dimitris Despotis

488-441

Evaluating school performance over time in the frame of regional socio-economic specificities

Elias Maragos, Dimitris Despotis

488-454

To optimization of unreliable systems

Anna Kononova, Alexey Uglanov

488-288

Linear equilibrium relations between Ukrainian mean wages and basic food prices in the decade 1992-2001

Jean-François Emmenegger, Tamara Alexeevna Bardadym

488-280

Image restoration with guassian mixture models

Rahman Farnoosh, B. Zarpak

488-300

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROOM A : WSEAS International Conference on HEAT and MASS TRANSFER

SESSION:  Thermal  Engineering

 

15:00- 19:30
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  Liza Lam

Heat distribution analysis of a thick film transcutaneous gas sensor

Liza Lam, Jaromir Bilek, John Atkinson

488-506

Similarity in the surface morphology between as-grown (119) Bi-2223 and (103) Y-123 thin Films obtained by MOCVD

Kazuhiro Endo, Petre Badica, T. Endo

488-520

 

 

 

 

 

ROOM B : WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED MATHEMATICS

SESSION:  Optimization and Applications

15:00- 19:30
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  I. E. Lagaris

Image Reconstruction of Bi-Connected 3D Binary Objects from Strongly Limited and Noisy Projecting Data

Valeriy Vengrinovich, Sergei Zolotarev,  Yuri Denkevich, Gerd-Ruediger Tillak

488-236

Optimal Control of  Irrigation Canals using Recurrent Dynamic Neural Network (RDNN)

Omer Faruk Durdu

488-398

A Singular Value Decomposition Based Kalman Filtering For Control Of Irrigation Canals

Omer Faruk Durdu

488-389

On the Noether Invariance Principle for Constrained Optimal Control Problems

Delfim F. M. Torres

488-164

A Canonical Representation for the Solution of Fuzzy Linear System and Fuzzy Linear Programming Problem

Hassan Mishmast Nehi, Hamid Reza Maleki, Mashaallah Mashinchi

488-212

Numerical solution of nonlinear optimal control problems using nonlinear programming

K.P. Badakhshan, A.V. Kamyad,

M.M.Fard

488-338

A Rectangular Trust Region Dogleg Approach for Unconstrained and Bound Constrained Nonlinear Optimization

C. Voglis, I. E. Lagaris

488-317

PC target simulation for direct external signals commands of single phase inverter

Ovidiu Neamtu

488-480

Space Subdivision for the Adaptive Edge Spinning Polygonization

Martin Cermak, Vaclav Skala

488-321

A graph based clustering method using a hybrid evolutionary algorithm

Sule Gunduz Oguducu, A. Sima Uyar

488-511

Conversion Efficiency of Organic Material to Methane

H. O. Folrentino, A.F.V. Biscaro, J. Lucas Júnior

488-351

An near optimal fuzzy modeling of pursuit evasion in an air combat

Reza Ghasemi, Seid  Kamaledin Yadavar Nikravesh, Mohamad Bagher  Menhaj , Shahabedine Akbari

488-447

A Parallel Algorithm of Boltzmann machine with Rejectionless Method

H. Zhu, K. Eguchi, N. Sun, T. Tabata

488-428

Performance Evaluation Of Multiserver Queueing System Model Using Optimal Workload Allocation

Rahela Rahim, Ku Ruhana Ku-Mahamud

488-305

Predictive coordination in two lewel hierarchical systems

Krasimira Stoilova, Todor Stoilov, Radoslav Yoshinov

488-472

 

 

 

 

ROOM C : WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED MATHEMATICS

SYMPOSIUM: Algorithms, Discrete Mathematics, Systems Theory and Control (Part III and Part IV)

15:00- 20:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  Irwin W. Sandberg

Effective Program Module Assignment in the Internet Banking by Tabu-based  Evolutionary Algorithm

Honorata Balicka, Jerzy Balicki

488-497

Non Linear Controllers for a Class of Chaotic Systems

E. Scorila, D.P. Iracleous, G.P. Syrcos

488-533

Optimal Control of  Elastically Connected Mixed Complex Systems

Ismail Kucuk, Ibrahim Sadek

488-306

Moiré effect from Cantor grids with arbitrary fractal dimension

Diana Calva Mendez, Mario Lehman

488-358

The best linear approximation for nonlinear systems

Ali Vahidian Kamyad, Hamed Hashemi Mehne, Akbar Hashemi Borzabadi

488-363

Some properties of boolean functions and design of cryptographically strong balanced boolean functions

N.G. Bardis, M.Mitrouli, Th.Maris,        M.N. Orlova

488-485

Secure Mobile Code Computing Framework

Khaled E. A. Negm, Wael Adi, Fahey Abd Al-Wahab

488-461

On the Representation of Linear System Maps: Inputs that Need Not be Continuous

Irwin W. Sandberg

488-439

On the Representation of Linear System Maps: Bounded Inputs

Irwin W. Sandberg

488-440

A real time fuzzy modeling of pursuit evasion in an air combat

Reza Ghasemi, Seid  Kamaledin Yadavar Nikravesh, Mohamad Bagher  Menhaj , Shahabedine Akbari

488-446

Data Allocation  Techniques in Distributed Database Systems

Mitat Uysal

488-308

A 3-D Fuzzy Modeling of Pilot's Performance in the Dogfight

Reza Ghasemi , Seid Kamaledin Yadavar Nikravesh , Mohamad Bagher Menhaj , Shahabedin Akbari

488-423

A function space related to e-compactification of semigroups

Abdolmajid Fattahi

488-414

Essay on Macro-Addtions

Arnaud Ismael Lafonte

488-416

An O(/|L/ log /L/) Time Algorithm for The Recti-Linear Shortest Path Problem

Junichro Fukuyama

488-418

L(2,1)-labeling of strong products of paths and cycles

Danilo Korze, Aleksander Vesel

488-420

Design, Implementation, and Testing of Mobile Agent Protection Mechanism for MANETS

Khaled E. A. Negm

 

488-462

Comparison of Target Tracking Techniques

Farhad Besharati, Vahid Johari Majd, Arash Hassanpour

488-430

A O(n) heuristic algorithm for the maximum matching problem in bipartite graphs

Yaakov Hacohen-kerner, Yaakov Intrator, Vadim Levit

488-436

On General Class of Parameterized 3Uninorm Based Comparison

Kalle Saastamoinen, Jouni Sampo

488-294

T-norms and T-conorms Based Generalized Means as the Measures for Comparison

Kalle Saastamoinen

488-293

Geometric properties of k-coloured Motzkin paths

Panos Tsikouras

488-467

Experiments with a Randomized Algorithm for a Frequency Assignment Problem

Janez Zerovnik

488-470

Reducing Disorder in Adaptive Sorting Technique By Random Shuffling

Mohammad  Rahaman, Faisal  Kadir

488-307

Some programs for analysing of the conjectures of Borwein type

Marko Petkovic, Predrag Rajkovic

488-376

On  the shift register sequences

Chuan-Gan Hu , Qijian Hu

488-273

 

 

ROOM D : WSEAS International Conference on MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY and ECOLOGY

SPECIAL SESSION:  Modeling biological systems: status of art and perspectives

15:00- 20:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  Paolo Freguglia, Santi Chillemi

Bacteriophage Multiplication--Dependence on Host Physiology

Arieh Zaritsky, Avinoam Rabinovitch, Monica Einav,  Hilla Hadas

488-368

Neocortical Fast-Spiking interneurons: model, dynamical behaviour and synchronization properties

Santi Chillemi, Michele Barbi, Angelo Di Garbo

488-278

Genetic Code Boolean Algebras

Robersy Sanchez, Ricardo Grau, Eberto Morgado

488-189

Empirical mode decomposition as a tool for the investigation of short-term heart rate variability

R. Balocchi, D. Menicucci, G. Raimondi, M. Varanini

488-384

Theoretical neural networks with Poisson and Gauss connectivities. Comparison with experimental results

Achilleas N. Anastasiadis, Athanasia Kotini, Photios Anninos

488-388

Client-Server Architecture for a Neural Simulation Tool

Olga Kroupina, Raul Rojas

488-316

Phage-Bacteria Coexistence

Avinoam Rabinovitch, Ira Aviram,  Arieh Zaritsky

488-370

Dynamical models for biopolymers

Armando Bazzani, L.Bernacchioni, B.Giorgini,  S.Rambaldi

488-141

An evolution model of phenotypic characters

Paolo Freguglia, Armando Bazzani

488-142

Control of acid-base and ammonia homeostasis by the liver

Winfried Fellenz, Dieter Häussinger

488-486

 



21:00 BANQUET around the swimming pool
 
with live greek and international music and folklore dances

 





 

AUGUST 19, 2004

 

ROOM A : WSEAS International Conference on MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY and ECOLOGY

 

SESSION:  Simulation, Modeling and Mathematical Analysis for Biological Systems

08:00- 11:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
11:00-11:30)

Chair:  Ezio Venturino

Relationship between Inter-Helical Angle and Sequential Distance

Sangyoon Lee,  Gregory S. Chirikjian

488-232

The Significance of Hydrogen Bond in the Signal Transduction Process

Maiko Nezuo, Takashi Sugiyama, Masayuki Ikeda, Takayuki Sota, Teppei Suzuki, Takashi Inui, Tohru Yoshioka

488-190

Dynamical behaviour of a prey predator model with seasonally varying parameters

Sunita Gakkhar, Brahampal Singh, Raid Naji

488-218

Finding beta-barrel outer membrane proteins with a markov chain model

Pantelis Bagos, Theodore Liakopoulos, Stavros Hamodrakas

488-184

Mathematical Model for DNA Transcription

Vjekoslav Sajfert, Dragoljub Mirjanic, Jovan Setrajcic, Rajka Djajic and      Dusan Popov

488-149

Mobile Polluter

Miroljub Djuric, Dragoljub Mirjanic,     Nikola Bucalovic, Vjekoslav Sajfert,   Divko Ciric

488-165

The use of fractal dimension calculation algorithm to determine the nature of autobiographical memories distribution across the life span

Olga Mitina, Veronica Nourkova

488-133

Frequency Distribution Analysis of Biological Data: Clinical Evaluation

Manfred Doepp, Gabriele Edelmann

488-231

On the (lack of) robustness of gene expression data clustering

Jonas Gamalielsson, Bjorn Olsson

488-194

 

 

ROOM B : WSEAS International Conference on HEAT and MASS TRANSFER

SESSION:  Advanced Methods and Experimental Techniques in Heat and Mass Transfer

08:00- 11:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
11:00-11:30)

Chair:  to be announced

Magnetic field effects on free convection to a conducting non-Newtonian fluid from an axisymmetric body with surface heat flux

Ahmed A. Mohammadein,  Mohamed F. El-Amin

488-444

Gas Turbine Cycle with Steam Water Injection Recuperation Cycle (SWIR) and Inter Cooling (IC)

Shahram Derakhshan, Hosein Shokouhmand

488-434

Residential temperature management

Walter.Bosschaerts, Dimitri Goethals, Olivier.Suy

488-448

Effect of surface tension coefficient sign on turbulent convection in a gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) process

Nilanjan Chakraborty, Suman Chakraborty

488-450

Effect of rotation and surface roughness on heat transfer rate to flow through vertical cylinders in steam condensation process

Hany A. Mohamed

488-451

Optical fiber IR thermometry and its use within gas turbines

Childs Peter R.N,  Cooke Adam

488-457

Optimization of a thermal coupled flow problem

Günter Bärwolff, Michael Hinze

488-458

Mathematical Modelling of Hydromagnetic Convection from a Rotating Sphere with Impulsive Motion and Buoyancy

H. S. Takhar, O. A. Bég, A. J. Chamkha

488-299

Finite element heat transfer and structural analysis of a non-gasketed flange

Rama Subba Reddy Gorla, Sreekantha R. Gorla, Anthony C. Ianetti, Mehmet Taskan

488-302

A new experimental and numerical method for heat transfer investigation in superconducting cable-in-conduit conductors (CICC).

Sergei Lelekhov

488-282

 

 

 

ROOM C : WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED MATHEMATICS

SYMPOSIUM: Algorithms, Discrete Mathematics, Systems Theory and Control

 

8:00- 11:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
11:00-11:30)

Chair:  Ayaz  Isazadeh, Ignacio Ponzoni,

Programmable Intelligent Virtual Agents Over Unreal

N. Avradinis, A. Belesiotis, I. Giannakas, T. Koutsiamanis, K. Tilelis, T. Panayiotopoulos

488-557

Estimating Transport Parameters of High Level radioactive Waste Repository by Using Genetic Algorithms

Noha Shaaban, Hesham Nasif, Atsushi Neyama

488-560

Robust Modeling and Optimization Technique for Nonlinear Systems

Mustapha C.E. Yagoub

488-561

NAIVE : Network bAsed Intelligent Virtual Environments

N. Avradinis, A. Belesiotis, I. Giannakas, T. Koutsiamanis, T. Panayiotopoulos, K. Tilelis

488-562

Software Engineering: Integration Requirements

Ayaz  Isazadeh

488-372

CTL Property Language in Formal Verification of Systems: a system approach

Hamid Shojai, Mojtaba Shahidi

488-229

ETL: An Extended Temporal Logic for Representing Statecharts

Ayaz Isazadeh, Jaber Karimpour

488-453

Formal Specification of the Cross-Point Switching System Using Z

Ayaz Isazadeh, Mohsen Heidarian

488-392

Viewcharts Specification of a Spacecraft Control System

A. Isazadeh, J. Karimpour

488-327

Some Computation Remarks on Prime Number Fractals

Sabin Tabirca, Tatiana Tabirca, John Morrison, Kieran Reynolds

488-380

A New Iterative Robust Estimation Method

Yih Nen Jeng

488-540

 

 

 

ROOM D : WSEAS International Conference on FLUID MECHANICS

 

 

SPECIAL SESSIONS:  Hydrodynamics. Eco-Hydraulics

Chair:  Gamal M. Abdel-Rahman, Fotios Sotiropoulos

 

8:00- 11:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
11:00-11:30)

Modeling Vegetated Channel Flows:  Challenges & Opportunities

T. Stoesser, V. Neary, C.A.M.E. Wilson

488-468

Simulating Selective Withdrawal at Water Intakes:  Integrating CFD with Field Monitoring

Fotis Sotiropoulos, C.Y. Wei, John W. Meldrim, Maria Kaltsouni, George Malkos

488-391

Influence of Variable Permeability on  Mixed Convection Radiation over an isothermal cone in a Porous Medium

N. A. Ebrahiem,  M. F. El-Amin

488-474

Magnetohydrodynamic unsteady flow of a non - Newtonian fluid through a porous medium

Gamal M. Abdel-Rahman

488-301

Hydrodynamic Flow Past A Semi- Infinite Rough Plate Embedded In Porous Medium

Mostafa A.A. Mahmoud, Ahmed M.Megahed

488-240

Magnetohydrodynamic unsteady flow of a non - Newtonian fluid through a porous medium

Gamal M. Abdel-Rahman

488-249

Unsteady Flow Of Free Convection Micropolar Fluid Between Two Parallel Porous Vertical Plates Under External Magnetic Field

Gamal M. Abdel-Rahman

488-243

Hydromagnetic flow and Heat Transfer of a Micropolar fluid over a Non-Isothermal porous Stretched Surface Immeresed in Porous Medium with Heat Generation

Gamal M. Abdel-Rahman, Mostafa A.A. Mahmoud, M. Abdel-Aty

488-237

Pressure and entropy variations across the weak shock wave due to heat conductivity effects

Mostafa A.A. Mahmoud

488-238

Pressure and entropy variations across the weak shock wave due to viscosity effects

Mostafa A.A. Mahmoud

488-242

Simulation of Hydrodynamics at Stratified Reservoirs Using a Staged Modeling Approach

Zhaoqing Yang, Tarang Khangaonkar, Joongcheol Paik, Fotis Sotiropoulos, Kevin Marshall

488-553

 

 

 

ROOM A : WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED MATHEMATICS

SYMPOSIUM:  Numerical Analysis (Part I)

11:30- 14:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
11:00-11:30)

Chair:  Daniela Carstea , Ion Carstea

Numerical simulation of coupled fields in large power cables

Daniela Carstea , Ion Carstea

488-106

Optimal control of the heat transfer in large power cables

Daniela Carstea, Ion Carstea

488-105

Numerical solution of the time-dependent Schroedinger equation in ultrafast laser dynamics

Othmar Koch

488-156

Finding All Zeros of a Polynomial of Degree n by using Evolutionary Algorithms

Peyman Zarrineh,  Caro Lucas,  Babak N. Araabi

488-157

Solving Fredholm Integral Equation Using Legendre Wavelet Functions

Sohrab Rahbar

488-225

Annihilation of chaotic attractors by slow parametric modulation

Alexander N. Pisarchik

488-201

Analytic and numerical approaches of inverse problem in reservoir permeability

Sarath Panawalage, Matiur Rahman, Adhi Susilo, Rafiq Islam

488-187

Finite element stress analysis of FRP composites using multigrid and domain decomposition techniques

Bibhu Mahanta, Mahesh Shah, Tarun Kant

488-332

Direct and inverse estimations for a generalization of positive linear operators

Abdullah Altin, Ogun Dogru

488-346

Analysis of Irregular Time Series. Physical Analogy

Dmitry Kiryan

488-347

 

 

 

 

ROOM B : WSEAS International Conference on FLUID MECHANICS

SESSION:  Flow Analysis and Applications

11:30- 13:30
(coffee-break on the terrace:
11:00-11:30)

Chair:  to be announced

High-concentration Polymer Channel Flow

Kihyun Kim, Ana I. Sirviente

488-529

A new journal bearings based on piezoelectric actuators

Domenico Guida

488-353

Pore-scale Simulation of Longitudinal and Transverse Dispersion in Porous Media

Branko Bijeljic, Ann H. Muggeridge, Martin J. Blunt

488-354

Flow-induced vibration of an elastically sphere at high combined mass-damping parameter

Domenica Mirauda, Michele Greco

488-356

Hydrodynamic Damping due to Porous Plates

Ky H. Vu, Benoit Chenu, Krish P. Thiagarajan

488-360

Two-Layer exchange flow through a channel with varying cross-section

Anders Engqvist

488-482

Analysis of bakery heating ovens

P.Navaneethakrishnan, PSS.Srinivasan, S.Dhandapani

488-487

The Control of a Multifingered Hand Actuated with ER Fluids

Viorel Stoian, Mircea Ivanescu, Dorin Popescu, Alina Nirvana Popescu, Decebal Popescu

488-438

Prediction Of Pump As Turbine 'S (Pat) Best Efficiency Point (Bep) By Theoretical Method

Shahram Derakhshan, Ahmad Nourbakhsh

488-432

Stability and performance of low pressure centrifugal compressor provided with diffuser splitter vanes

Omar M. E. Abdel-Hafez, Ahmed S. Hassan and Hany A. Mohamed

488-452

MHD flow of a third-grade fluid induced by non-coaxial rotations of a porous disk executing non-torsional oscillations and a fluid at infinity

Tahira Haroon, T. Hayat, S. Ashgar, A. M. Saddiqui

488-456

 

 

ROOM C : WSEAS International Conference on MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY and ECOLOGY

SPECIAL SESSION: Relation between tumor growth and micro-environment

 

11:30- 12:30
(coffee-break on the terrace:
11:00-11:30)

Chair:  Caterina Guiot

Shedding of membrane vesicles by tumor and endothelial cells

Vincenza Dolo, Sandra D'Ascenzo, Ilaria Giusti, Danilo Millimaggi, Giulia Taraboletti and Antonio Pavan

488-400

Mesoscopic Modeling of Multicellular Tumor Spheroids: Validation through a Quantitative Comparison with Experimental Data

M. Griffa, S. Delsanto, L. Morra, P.P. Delsanto

488-339

Modelling the coupling between apoptosis and host rigidity in the growth of Multicellular Tumour Spheroids

M.Scalerandi and  M.Griffa

488-311

 

 

 

ROOM C : WSEAS International Conference on MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY and ECOLOGY

SPECIAL SESSION: Neural and Mathematical Modeling of Neuroimaging Data

After the end of the previous session in the same room, approximately: 12:30- 13:30

Chair:  Michiro Negishi

Parameter Estimation for a Neurobiologically Realistic Computational Model of Auditory Pattern Recognition

Fatima T. Husain, Michael C. Chen, Barry Horwitz

488-185

Analysis of a neural network model of brain rhythms for its electrophysiological and metabolic behaviors

Michiro Negishi, R. Todd Constrable

488-377

A computational neuronal model for hemispheric specialization

Frederic Alexandre

488-415

 

 

 

ROOM C : WSEAS International Conference on MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY and ECOLOGY

SPECIAL SESSION: Modelling Human Cognition and Reasoning

After the end of the previous session in the same room, approximately: 13:30- 14:30

Chair:  Arindama Singh

Regularization of A Singularly Perturbed Elliptic PDE

Arindama Singh

488-283

Reasoning through Bayesian Modelling: A Case Study on the Economic Conditions of an Urban Informal Sector Workers in the Cuttack City of India

R. k. Mohanty, M. Satpathy, D. Rodriguez

488-459

A novel technique for making multiple classifier based decision

Tapobrata Lahiri and Sandeep Samal

488-341

Towards a Topological Theory of Cognition

Arindama Singh

488-284

 

 

 

 

ROOM C : WSEAS International Conference on MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY and ECOLOGY

SPECIAL SESSION: Cellular Network Dynamics: Structural Design, Robustness and Evolution

After the end of the previous session in the same room, approximately: 14:30- 15:00

Chair:  Oliver Ebenhöh

Principles of Design for Molecular Modules with Application to Intracellular Signaling

Jay Mittenthal

488-158

Determining the robustness of signal transduction systems: A case study on neurons

Marko Marhl, Matjaz Perc

488-162

 

 

 

 

ROOM D : WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED MATHEMATICS
SPECIAL SESSION: Performance and Applications of Mathematical Environments. Software Requirements. Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing. 

11:30- 14:30
(coffee-break on the terrace:
11:00-11:30)

Chair:  Javier Bilbao

 

Expertise method to diagnose transformer conditions

Javier Bilbao, Carmen M. Rebollo, Purificacion Gonzalez

488-455

Self-similarity analysis of the fields diffracted from zone plates with complex geometry

Diana Calva Mendez, Mario Lehman

488-532

Twisting Sample Observations with Population Properties to learn

B. Apolloni, S. Bassis, S. Gaito and D. Malchiodi

488-543

System with a Globally Attracting Stationary Solution Exhibiting Chaotic Behaviour in the Numerical Integration for any Step of Integration

Salvatore De Gregorio

 

 

488-544

 

 

An Alternative to Correlation Dimension for the Quantification of Bioelectric Signals Complexity

M.V. Sebastian, M.A. Navascues, C.A. Campos, l. German, J.R.Valdizan,          P. Ucles, J. Garcia-Campayo

488-545

 

Effect of Inhomogeneity on the Impulsive Torsional Motion over a Circular Region in Transversely Isotropic Elastic Half Space

Prakash Chandra Pal

488-546

Application of the Simulated Annealing for waveguide filters with complicated frequency response

J.A. Ruiz-Cruz, J.R. Montejo-Garai and J.M. Rebollar

488-547

Virtual Classes in Theory of Circuits by means of Mathematical Software

José Ignacio San Martín, Joaquín Campayo, José Antonio Ramos,
Purificación González, Javier Bilbao

488-548

Study of Steady State Dispersion of a Reactive and Heavier Air Pollutant over an Area Source

H. Singh, A. K. Singh

488-549

On Hierarchical Matrices

Kramer Alpar-Vajk

488-550

Proposed Architecture for the Interactive Generation of Virtual Reality Environments Aimed at Improving Spatial Perception by means of Open Source Technologies

Suarez Quiros, Rubio Garcia, Gallego Santos, Martin Gonzalez.

488-551

Numerical Simulation of Light Propagation in
Plastic Optical Fibres of Arbitrary 3D Geometry

F. Jiménez, J. Arrue, G. Aldabaldetreku,
J. Zubia

488-552

 

 

 

ROOM A : WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED MATHEMATICS

SYMPOSIUM:  Numerical Analysis (Part II)

15:00- 17:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  Olga Martin

The normal spline method in singular linear ODEs of second order

Vladimir Gorbunov,  Alixandr Gorobetz, Vyacheslav Sviridov

488-349

Normal splines in reconstruction of multi-dimensional dependencies

V. K. Gorbunov, I. I. Kohanovsky, K. S. Makedonsky

488-312

Kantorovich type generalization for certain class of positive linear operators

Abdullah Altin, Ogun Dogru, Mehmet Ali Ozarslan

488-350

Self-imaging formation for fractal cosenoidal transmittances

Diana Calva Mendez, Mario Lehman

488-502

A Method to build fractal sets from periodic domains

D. Calva Mendez, M. Lehman

488-357

Transient Stability Analysis Using Symplectic Integrators

Daniel Okunbor, Wilhelmina Djoleto,  Mariesa Crow

488-318

Numerical solution of a linear goursat problem: stability, consistency and convergence

Mohd Agos Salim Nasir, Ahmad Izani Ismail

488-427

Finite element modelling of propeller

Olga Martin

488-298

 

 

ROOM B : WSEAS International Conference on FLUID MECHANICS

SESSION:  Fluids and Applications

 

15:00- 17:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  to be announced

Coupling Contributions and Effect of Mathieu Instabilities in the Dynamic Behaviour of Vertical Elastic Cables and Risers

Ioannis Chatjigeorgiou, Nikolaos Xiros, Spyridon Mavrakos

488-413

Numerical Study of Fluid Solid Interaction (FSI) in Arteries

X. Zhao, J.M.T. Penrose, S.Z. Zhao,     T.G. Karayiannis, M.W. Collins

488-426

Investigation Of Pump As Turbine Performance In Small Hydropower Stations

Shahram Derakhshan, Ahmad Nourbakhsh

488-431

A Numerical Coupling Method for Moving Boundary Problems: Application in Coriolis Meters

X. Zhao, M. W. Collins, T. G. Karayiannis

488-460

Experimental study of a round jet in cross-flow by means of PIV

Gennaro Cardone, Francesco G. Nese,  T. Astarita

488-287

Influence of vaneless region design geometry on the performance of centrifugal compressor

Ahmed S. Hassan

488-411

Base drag studies and the effect of tail surfaces (fins) on axi-symmetric body at low sub-sonic speeds

D. Karthikeyan, Dr. S. Elangovan.

488-270

 

 

 

 

ROOM C : WSEAS International Conference on MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY and ECOLOGY

SPECIAL SESSION:  Advances in Biomedical Technology and Biosystem Modeling

15:00- 17:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  Constantinos Koutsojannis

FESMI: A Fuzzy Expert System for Diagnosis & Treatment of Male Impotence

Perimeni Vivi, Constantinos Koutsojannis, Ioannis Hatzilygeroudis, Perimenis Petros

488-393

Treatment of unstable trochanteric fractures with AMBI Richards Screw, Trochanteric Gamma nail (TGN) and the AO/ASIF proximal femoral nail (PFN). A randomized comparison

Megas P.,  Papasimos S.,  Lambiris E.

488-395

A Fuzzy Expert System Analyzing Broad Band And Frequency Specific - Stimuli Responses

C.M. Koutsojannis, I.K. Hatzilygeroudis

488-396

Biomedical Technology In Critical Care Units: Nurses' Perceptions In Greece

Kiekkas Panagiotis,  Karga Maria, Poulopoulou Maria, Androutsopoulou Christina

488-397

Application of Neural Networks and Fractals for Urinalysis

D. Calva Mendez, A. Landa Quezada, M. Lehman

488-519

Brainstem Auditory Evoked Potentials in Dyslexia elicited using Clicks and Verbal Stimulus Events

C.M. Koutsojannis, Sophia N. Kouni, Evangelos S. Papadeas, Adamantia Mitsakou, Ioannis N.Varakis and Hlias D. Kouvelas

488-394

Coupling Contributions and Effect of Mathieu Instabilities in the Dynamic Behaviour of Vertical Elastic Cables and Risers

Ioannis Chatjigeorgiou, Nikolaos Xiros, Spyridon Mavrakos

488-413

 

 

 

 

 

ROOM D : WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED MATHEMATICS

SYMPOSIUM: Applied Mathematics for Music and Speech

15:00- 17:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  Constantin Papaodysseus, Zuzana Martináková-Rendeková, Lamberto Tronchin



Auditoria and dismissed structures: the acoustical design

Lamberto Tronchin, Valerio Tarabusi

488-319

Rank-Frequency Distribution of Pitch in Musical Texts Using Altmann-Fitter 2.0 and Reinhard Köhlers QUAMS Computer Programmes

Zuzana Martináková-Rendeková

488-276

Mathematical Characteristics for the Automated Recognition of Musical Recordings

George Roussopoulos, Dimitrios Fragoulis, Constantin Papaodysseus, Athanassios Panagopoulos, Michail Exarhos

488-491

Discrete Speech Recognition Using a Hausdorff-based Metric

Tudor Barbu

488-139

 

 

ROOM A : WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED MATHEMATICS

SYMPOSIUM:  Linear Algebra

17:30- 19:30
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  Afgan Aslanov

On Homoflatness

Akbar Golchin

488-110

Treshold Partitioning for Aggregation-Disaggregation Method of Finding Stationary Probability Vector of Sparse Stochastic Matrix

Ivana Pultarova

488-183

A formula of an orthogonal matrix with Clifford algebra

Kenzi Sato

488-216

On the minimal rank completion problem for pattern matrices

Rafael Canto, Macarena Boix, Beatriz Ricarte

488-309

Definiteness Conditions In The Multiparameter Spectral Theory

Afgan Aslanov

488-378

Generalized Inverses and Color Theory.

Dirk Huylebrouck

488-449

The best values of parameters in accelerated successive overrelaxation method

Mohammad Taghi Darvishi

488-292

 

 

 

ROOM A : WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED MATHEMATICS

SESSION:  Mathematics for Business and Economics

19:30- 20:30
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  Menelaos Karanasos

The impulse response weights of long memory ACD models

Christian Conrad, Menelaos Karanasos

488-424

Development of intelligent systems for the analysis of credit risk using Machine Learning and boosting techniques

Raquel Florez-Lopez

488-209

Optimal Variance Reduction Technique that Minimizes Filling Production Cost with Optimum Target Weight

Mohammed Aljohani,  Ahmad A. Moreb

488-211

 

 

 

 

ROOM B : WSEAS International Conference on HEAT and MASS TRANSFER

SESSION:  Heat and Thermal Technologies

17:30- 20:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  To be announced

 

Effect of variation of longitudinal overall  heat  transfer coefficient on F-LMTD chart and thermal efficiency in 1/2+ shell & tube  heat exchanger

Hossein Shokouhmand, Majid Nikoo

488-323

Unsteady buoyancy induced and turbulent flow from a hot horizontal jet entrance into a solar water storage

M. F.  El-Amin, W. Heidemann  and           H. Mueller-Steinhagen

488-310

Effect of  temperature  dependent thermal properties of working fluid on -NTU and LMTD methods in countercurrent flow heat exchanger

Hossein Shokouhmand, Majid Nikoo

488-324

Transient temperature response of the myocardium investigated by the hybrid bio-heat model

Joakim Wren, Matts Karlsson, Dan Loyd

488-479

Heat transfer phenomena in fibrous insulating materials

Anastasios Karamanos, Agis Papadopoulos, Dimitrios Anastasellos

488-490

Nonaxisymmetrtc instability of a streaming annular fluid jet surrounding a tar cylinder under general tenuous varying magnetic fields

Ahmed E. Radwan, Sahar M. Abdel-Gaied

488-522

Microscopic Aspects of Turbulent TransportConduction and Convection Unification

S. Usman , S. Abdallah,  N. Katragadda

488-524

Experimental study of a diluted methane-air mixture combustion under filtration in a packed bed

Valeri I. Bubnovich, Mario Toledo

488-526

Heat transfer and heating rate of food stuffs in bakery shop ovens

P.Navaneethakrishnan, PSS.Srinivasan, S.Dhandapani

488-488

 

 

 

 

ROOM C : WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED MATHEMATICS

SYMPOSIUM: Computers - Education

17:30- 20:00
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  Marios Poulos



Schematizing a Global SPAM Indicative Probability

Nikoloaos Korfiatis, Marios Poulos, Sozon Papavlassopoulos

488-429

Proposed bluetooth middleware profile for on-location universal format announcement

Mahmoud Al-Shawabkeh, Rosli Salleh, Iqbal H. Jebril

488-248

Computers and Linear Algebra

Hamide Dogan-Dunlap

488-246

Object-Oriented Software of Power System Analysis

Tarek Bouktir, Linda Slimani, Belkacem Mahded, Ahmed Gherbi

488-147

Experimental and Virtual Laboratories in Distance Learning

Radim Farana, Lubomír Smutný, Marek

Babiuch

488-223

E-Learning WEB Solutions with Virtual Technologies Support

Lubomir Smutny, Radim Farana

488-224

Upgrading Checkers Compositions

Yaakov HaCohen-Kerner, Daniel David Levy, Amnon Segall

488-343

A Computational Geometric Approach on Rule Based SPAM Filtering

Marios Poulos, Nikolaos Korfiatis, Sozon Papavlassopoulos

488-499

A Teaching program for Eigenvalues of Symmetric Matrix

Simin Berahman

488-109

Sine and cosine series representations

Matilde Legua, Jose A. Moraño, Luis M. Sánchez Ruiz

488-303

The diagnosis of educational reality in Greece as base for the reengineering of the Greek school

Victoria Konidari, Yvas Abernot

488-463

Predictive  coordination  in  two  level

Hierarchical  systems

K.Stoilova, T.Stoilov, R.Yoshinov

 

488-471

 

 

 

 

ROOM D : WSEAS International Conference on MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY and ECOLOGY

 

 

SPECIAL SESSION:  The Multi-Dimensional science of human body

17:30- 19:30
(coffee-break on the terrace:
17:00-17:30)

Chair:  Tongwen Wang

 

What can we learn from the water crystals

Jeff Priore and Tongwen Wang

488-530

From Cancer Phenomena to the science of consciousness

Tongwen Wang

488-528

A Wake up call from the microcosm

Tongwen Wang

488-527

A turning point: human life science demands unifying sciences of body mind spirit

Tongwen Wang

488-525