
Books and Proceedings from the Conference are included in ISI, EI COMPENDEX, Engineering Viallge, IET (INSPEC), ACM, SCOPUS, ELSEVIER,
CSA, etc...
Prof. Mirela Mazilu (Science Department Coordinator), Department of
Geography made terrific efforts for the WSEAS conference. Professor Mazilu
gave a short presentation regarding the role of the University of Craiova
and in particular its objective of acting as a medium for transfer of
knowledge amongst different partners, including academics and professionals.
She also stressed the future applications of many research ideas developed
in the event which are reflected in the growth of its Industrial Research
Division. On the other hand, the work of WSEAS does not attempt to replace
or compete with those of Universites but the WSEAS sees itself as
complimentary to many different universities and organisations around the
world. The conferences and publications programme of WSEAS provides an
important mechanism to achieve this objective. After the conference Prof.
Mazilu sent an email to WSEAS: "It was a rare event, a "conference of
friends," rare scientific quality that you are due to! The Conference logo
was written with all natural flowers (chrysanthemum blue) as a modest
tribute to the 15 years of excellent WSEAS...in attach you are just a few
memories of the soul, who had known of in Ghana related to Romanian
hospitality .. http://www.regentghana.net/news/isaac_yeboah_paper.html
Thank you again wholeheartedly for the opportunity to demonstrate the great
ability from Romanian science to create unique moments of excellence, people
specialists, brand ... Within days, you get full DVD "TED living," a big
event as the participants An unforgettable experience in years, in soul, in
scientific CV, in every life... "
Dr. Florin Nedelcut (coorganiser) sent us this email
The WSEAS Conference in Drobeta
Tr. Severin was a special international conference, characterized by
an atmosphere of hospitality and friendship. The works presented there were
of a high level either from tourism, economy, mathematics or any related
fields. Equally live and interesting were the discussions on the papers
submitted. The general
impression we got after all was that Drobeta Tr Severin, with a modern
faculty, with dedicated teachers and students, with hart full and efficient
people was the best host for such an event, and a source of beautiful
memories.
I say now "Thank You" to the organizers and I'm glad that together, we,
the participants and organizers, wrote a page of scientific activity and
made friends and started
collaboration.
Regards,
Florin Nedelcut
004 0723 290 839
004 0744 704 330
P.S.
Also, because the presentation we had in TED 2011, an interdisciplinary one,
was full of images and facts from my town, Braila, and from a second Danube
Delta of Romania (The Small Island of Braila), I send you this work as
attachment.
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Photos from the conference here.
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OF THE CONFERENCE
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days for any WSEAS Conference and in less than 60 days for any WSEAS Journal and
WSEAS Book must be strictly prohibited.
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etc, but even if the comments of them are available, the WSEAS entities will not
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policy also applies to any Conference where WSEAS is the main sponsororganizer
or simply a cosponsor.
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drafts and papers in nonWSEAS format are automatically rejected.
Plenary Speakers cannot upload plenary lectures after the expiration of the
deadline.
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KEYNOTE LECTURE
Tensors or Folvecs, Folmats and Folarrs: Welcome to the Enchanted Realm of
Linearity!
Professor Metin Demiralp
Principal Member of Turkish Academy of Sciences
Istanbul Technical University, TURKEY
Åmail:
metin.demiralp@be.itu.edu.tr
Abstract: Linear
algebra and its donations to us are beyond what we grasp. It presents many
complete chapters although there is still room to plant new ideas, applications
and facilities. It is basically constructed on one and two index arrays, namely
vectors and matrices. However the power of representing almost everything in
these items regarding their characters makes applied mathematics perhaps the
most pleasent thing. Almost everybody tends to get help from linear algebraic
tools even under storming clouds, like the nonlinearity, chaos, high
multidimensionality and so on. Multidimensionality brings many difficulties to
the handling of the arrays having more than two indices. A large group of
applied mathematicians whose population is far beyond the estimations prefers to
use the word “tensor” to cover the arrays having more than two indices. Despite
its wide utilization this is not preferred by some other group of scientists
including the speaker of this talk. Because “tensor” is, in its employment in
continuum mechanics and physics, beyond an array which may have more than two
indices. It defines a linear mapping which changes by a rule not depending on
the coordinate system. This is not necessarily to be existing in all multilinear
arrays. There are some other multilinear arrays which do not fulfill this
condition. There are also two other words which are frequently used: “multiway
array” and “multilinear array”. These might be more preferable. However there is
a contradictory tendency to deal with multilinear arrays: unfolding which means
to sort the elements in such a way that one or two indices suffice to represent
the position in the final form after sorting. As long as a neat and unique
procedure for the sorting operation is defined the reversion brings no problem
and it is called folding. Unfolding and folding, they imply that the multilinear
arrays can be considered either vectors’ or matrices’ folded forms and vice
versa. This urges us to use the terms folvec (folded vector) and folmat (folded
matrix) and (for both of them) folarr (folded array). The presentation will
focus on certain issues related to these items and the linear algebra
established over them. On the other hand, Singular Value Decomposition (SVD)
arises at the focus as being most needed method to facilitate the use of
multilinear arrays. Although this is valid in many senses SVD is not the elixir
of life. It decomposes these items to rather simple components like onerank
orthonormal items. However there are some other novel approaches to orthogonally
decompose these entities. High Dimensional Model Representation and recently
developed Enhanced Multivariance Product Representation is amongst them. The
presentation will also focus on these issues at certain level of details.
Keynote Speaker' Brief Biography: Metin
Demiralp was born in Turkey on 4 May 1948. His education from elementary school
to university was entirely in Turkey. He got his BS, MS, and PhD from the same
institution, ?Istanbul Technical University. He was originally chemical
engineer, however, through theoretical chemistry, applied mathematics, and
computational science years he was mostly working on methodology for
computational sciences and he is continuing to do so. He has a group (Group for
Science and Methods of Computing) in Informatics Institute of ?Istanbul
Technical University (he is the founder of this institute). He collaborated with
the Prof. Herschel A. Rabitz’s group at Princeton University (NJ, USA) at summer
and winter semester breaks during the period 1985–2003 after his 14 months long
postdoctoral visit to the same group in 1979–1980. Metin Demiralp has more than
90 papers in well known and prestigious scientific journals, and, more than 170
contributions to the proceedings of various international conferences. He gave
many invited talks in various prestigious scientific meetings and academic
institutions. He has a good scientific reputation in his country and he is one
of the principal members of Turkish Academy of Sciences since 1994. He is also a
member of European Mathematical Society and the chief–editor of WSEAS
Transactions on Computers currently. He has also two important awards of turkish
scientific establishments. The important recent foci in research areas of Metin
Demiralp can be roughly listed as follows: Fluctuation Free Matrix
Representations, High Dimensional Model Representations, Space Extension
Methods, Data Processing via Multivariate Analytical Tools, Multivariate
Numerical Integration via New Efficient Approaches, Matrix Decompositions,
Multiway Array Decompositions, Enhanced Multivariate Product Representations,
Quantum Optimal Control.
PLENARY LECTURE
Space Pruning Methods to Approximately Solve the Linear Boundary Value Problems
ofOrdinary Differential Equations (ODEs)
Professor N. A. Baykara
Marmara University, Mathematics Department
Istanbul, TURKIYE (TURKEY)
email:
nabaykara@gmail.com
Abstract: The
most important agents in the linear boundary value problems of
ordinary differential equations (ODEs) are the differential operator and the
boundary conditions. The complications basically arise from the boundary
conditions since they enforce the two linearly independent solutions to be in
harmony by creating appropriate forward and backward evolutions. That is, the
matter is to match these evolutions such that boundary conditions are satisfied
in total. These types of boundary value problems can be considered in two
different categories, in one of which there is no arbitrary parameter to be
determined but given inhomogeneity and the question is not far beyond an
operator inversion problem. Whereas the other category problems are homogeneous
in unknown functions and contains an arbitrary parameter to be determined. These
cases correspond to the eigenvalue problems where the unknown function takes the
role of eigenfunction while the arbitrary parameter is in charge of eigenvalue.
The second category problems may gain more importance in applications like in
quantum mechanics where the possible energies which are in fact eigenvalues are
sought and the corresponding eigenfunctions describe the nature of the wave
function. One of the most important aspects of eigenfunctions is their
closednesses under the action of the differential operator of the problem. In
other words the image of the eigenfunction under any nonnegative number of
consecutive actions of the relevant differential operator satisfies the boundary
conditions as the eigenfunction itself does.
The differential operator of the boundary value problem acts on functions which
can be considered lying in an appropriately defined Hilbert space. They map from
this space to the same space. This space’s members should satisfy the boundary
conditions individually. As long as we do not know the solution of the boundary
value problem we do not know the explicit structures of the eigenfunctions.
However, if we would know them then each of them would conserve the property of
satisfying the boundary conditions in their images under any nonnegative power
of the differential operator. Therefore one can start with a set of functions in
this space and then consider all the possible linear combinations satisfying the
boundary conditions under the action of the differential operator. This imposes
just a single condition on the linear combination coefficients. The other
conditions arise from the enforcements to make the linear combination satisfying
the boundary conditions under the powers of the differential operator, second,
third and so on. This approach changes the basis set towards the true
eigenfunction set and the infinite limit is expected to get exact match.
Sufficient care must be taken about the singularity issues. The
presentation will involve most important aspects as milestones of this issue.
Plenary Speaker's Brief Biography: N.
A. BAYKARA was born in Istanbul,Turkey on 29th July 1948. He received a
B.Sc. degree in Chemistry from Bosphorous University in 1972. He obtained his
PhD from Salford University, Greater Manchester, Lancashire,U.K. in 1977 with a
thesis entitled “Studies in Self Consistent Field Molecular Orbital Theory”,
Between the years 1977– 1981 and 1985–1990 he worked as a research scientist in
the Applied Maths Department of The Scientific Research Council of Turkey.
During the years 19811985 he did postdoctoral research in the Chemistry
Department ofMontreal University, Quebec, Canada. Since 1990 he is employed as a
Staff member of Marmara University. He is now an Associate Professor of Applied
Mathematics mainly teaching Numerical Analysis courses and is involved in HDMR
research and is a member of Group for Science and Methods of Computing
in Informatics Institute of Istanbul Technical University. Other research
interests for him are “Density Functional Theory” and “Fluctuationlessness
Theorem and its Applications” which he is actually involved in. Most recent of
his concerns is focused at efficient remainder calculations of Taylor expansion
via Fluctuation–Free ˙Integration, and Fluctuation–Free Expectation Value
Dynamics.
INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE
* Lotfi Zadeh,Univ. of Berkeley,USA
* Tadeusz Kaczorek, Techn. Univ. of Warsaw,POLAND
* Leon Chua, Univ. of Berkeley,USA
* Metin Demiralp, Istanbul Technical University, TURKEY
* Zoran Bojkovic, University of Belgrade, SERBIA
* Aida Bulucea, University of Craiova, ROMANIA
* Valeri Mladenov,Technical University of Sofia,BULGARIA
* Fragiskos Topalis, National Technical University of Athens, GREECE
* Dimitris Bertsekas, MIT, USA
* Olga Martin, University Politehnica, Bucarest, ROMANIA
* Aida Bulucea, University of Craiova, Craiova ROMANIA
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