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Fuzzy Spatial Reasoning
We present a fuzzy version of the crisp spatial logic developed by Randell et al., which takes the single relation connected−with as primitive. Membership functions are defined for each spatialExpand
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Fuzzy motion planning using the Takagi-Sugeno method
The goal of this project is to examine an agent's environment in order to maximize its path planning strategy. Presented is the application of fuzzy logic concepts to the area of robot motionExpand
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CINET 2.0: A CyberInfrastructure for Network Science
Analysis of structural properties and dynamics of networks is currently a central topic in many disciplines including Social Sciences, Biology and Business. CINET, a cyber infrastructure for suchExpand
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Fuzzy Versions of Epistemic and Deontic Logic
Epistemic and deontic logics are modal logics, respectively, of knowledge and of the normative concepts of obligation, permission, and prohibition. Epistemic logic is useful in formalizing systems ofExpand
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Touch based active user authentication using Deep Belief Networks and Random Forests
While mobile devices traditionally use authentication methods such as passwords that define a single point of entry, active authentication can provide greater security by continuously authenticatingExpand
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Fuzzy BDI architecture for social agents
We present a fuzzy belief, desire and intention (BDI) architecture as a useful framework for modeling co-operative societies of artificial agents. We outline the social conditions necessary forExpand
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Applying Long Short-Term Memory Recurrent Neural Network for Intrusion Detection
These days, web applications are used extensively. While organizations benefit from the new abilities they provide, the chance of being targeted is increased, which may cause massive system damage.Expand
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A network based expert system for intelligent design of mechanisms
Linkage-type mechanisms have numerous applications in industry especially for automation Unfortunately, they are less popular due to lack of proper design tools. This paper describes our efforts toExpand
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A Comparison of Operators for Solving Time dependent Traveling Salesman Problems Using Genetic Algorithms
This paper describes which genetic operators can best solve time dependent traveling salesman problems (TDTSPs) containing up to 50 cities. We first provide an overview of the TDTSP and illustrateExpand
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Evolving Efficient Theme Park Tours
In this paper, we describe the use of an evolutionary algorithm (EA) for the problem of visiting rides in a theme park. Generating a tour of the rides in a theme park is an instance of the timeExpand
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