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With the growth of the fixed, wireless and mobile Internet, the convergence process of information technology, communication and media faces new challenges. The ISIS project was created to tackle some of these challenges. In particular, it proposes to solve one key issue: procure a technology to provide scalable, seamless multimedia services. Today’s state(More)
The term medical knowledge is a superimposed concept for the relationships between symptoms and diagnoses a physician may find in books, journals, monographs, but also in practical experience. In the second half of the 20th century medical knowledge was also stored in computer systems. To assist physicians in medical decision-making and attendance medical(More)
Fuzzy inference systems (FIS) are developed for water flow rate control in a rawmill of cement industry using Mamdanitype and Sugeno-type fuzzy models. This concept is taken from ambuja cement plant. It is essential to control water flow rate efficiently to produce high quality cement. Rawmill is a mill which is used to grind the raw materials which are(More)
Some of the first knowledge-based systems to be introduced were medical knowledge-based systems, namely MYCIN, INTERNIST, CASNET, PIP, EXPERT, and CADIAG. The latter is one of the first to use the theory of fuzzy sets. It was developed to assist the physician in diagnostics. The present article delineates two specific pathways resulting from a bifurcation(More)
Current leading portals still do not provide the user with a realistic three-dimensional multi-modal interaction. The next generation of portals will not only amend this but will provide an integrated environment with marketplaces, chat rooms and believable synthetic characters. We are concerned with the design of embodied sales assistants to be immersed in(More)
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