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Ontology-Based Design Pattern Recognition
The recognition system successfully integrates the knowledge representation field and static code analysis, resulting in greater flexibility of the recognition system.
Microprocessor Architecture Design with ATLAS
A concrete example of special purpose microprocessor development demonstrates how this simulation and analysis package facilitates the early stages of design. Simulation data enable the designer to
Detection of suspicious patterns of energy consumption using neural network trained by generated samples
It is shown that NTL can be successfully detected by a neural network trained by “artificial”, i.e., generated samples, which eliminates the need for many hard-to-obtain real life samples and the network can easily be trained to detect some new, non-typical occurrences in the system.
A derivative-free algorithm for solving quasi-linear systems
A novel derivative-free algorithm for solving quasi-linear systems is presented. It resembles “classical” optimization approach but greatly simplifies computation, resulting in fast execution and
ATLAS - Advanced Tools and Languages for Microprocessor Architecture Simulation
In this paper the digital system simulation program package ATLAS (Advanced Tools and Languages for microprocessor Architecture Simulation) is described and the digital component description language features are given.
A high performance memory database for web application caches
The architecture and characteristics of a memory database intended to be used as a cache engine for web applications and the support for simple metadata structures associated with cached data that can aid in efficient use of the cache are presented.
Remote control of model vehicles using Android mobile devices
This project is to create and build a fully functional model of a remotely controlled boat controllable through a mobile application that has the ability to change velocity or steer away from the obstacles.
Processor architecture model for fuzzy control
  • D. Basch, M. Zagar
  • Computer Science
    Proceedings of Tenth International Symposium on…
  • 27 August 1995
In this paper, the architecture of a fuzzy processor intended for high-speed control applications is described. Its main advantage is the inference speed that does not depend on the number of used
A Few Notes on Variance of Frequency Estimated Applying Analytical Leakage Compensation
One of the most accurate and commonly accepted methods for spectral analysis, i.e., estimation of frequency from samples of a signal, is analytical leakage compensation, briefly called analytical