Advances in Modelling
Series D. Computer Science and Statistics
Editors: Christian Berger Vachon
Publication Fequency: 1 volume per year
Advances in Modelling and Analysis (AMA) is an annual international journal series including four journals: Series A: General Mathematics, Series B: Signal Processing and Pattern Recognition, Series C: Automatic Control, and Series D: Computer Science and Statistics.
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|Impact of DRX parameters on user equipment power saving and delay reduction in LTE networks||Pag. 1|
|P. Arunagiri, G. Nagarajan|
|Secured communications in cognitive radio networks||Pag. 6|
|T. Perarasi, G. Nagarajan|
|A low noise low power 45 nm technology based simultaneous switching noise (SSN) reduction model for mixed signal VLSI circuits||Pag. 12|
|S. Seenuvasamurthi, G. Nagarajan|
|Estimation of changes of vegetation cover in Sundarban using multi-temporal satellite data||Pag. 19|
|Krishan Kundu, Prasun Halder, Jyotsna Kumar Mandal|
|A survey on mining frequent item sets from data stream||Pag. 27|
|Bhargavi Peddireddy, Anuradha Ch, Sri R. Chandra Murty Patnala|
|Modelling Telecommunication Pathway in Nigeria||Pag. 1|
|Eno E. E. Akarawak, Ismaili I. Adeleke (Nigeria )|
|A Study on Multi-Processor Scheduling Algorithm||Pag. 16|
|Y. Duan, W. Chen (China )|
|Resource Allocation Protocol for Hybrid Overlay/Underlay Transmission for Improved Primary User Throughput||Pag. 31|
|C.S. Preetham, M. Siva Ganga Prasad, T.V. Ramakrishna (India )|
|Optimisation of Hidden Markov Model for Distributed Denial of Service Attack Prediction Using Variational Bayesian||Pag. 45|
|A. A. Afolorunso, O. Abass (Nigeria )|
|A Novel GSM and GPS Based Vehicle Security System||Pag. 62|
|M. Bandyopadhyay, N. Mandal, S. Chattopadhyay, B. Roy (India )|
|Inference on Stress-Strength Reliability for Log-Normal Distribution based on Lower Record Values||Pag. 77|
|Nkemnole, E. Bridget, Samiyu, M. Abiodun (Nigeria )|
|Energy Efficient Clustering Approach for Distributing Heavy Data Traffic in Wireless Sensor Networks||Pag. 98|
|R. Senthil Kumaran, G. Nagarajan (India )|
|Adaptive & Blind Equalization in Digital Optical Receivers using Constant Modulus Algorithm (CMA)||Pag. 113|
|Bandana Mallick, Bibhu Prasad, M. Bandyopadhyay, N. Mandal, S. Chattopadhyay (India )|
|A New Crypto-based Processor System Design Using FPGA||Pag. 122|
|Suravi Lahiri, Kaustav M. Chatterjee, Swarup K. Mitra (India )|
|Cognitive Radios - A Solution for Dilemma between Competition, Pricing and Practicality with Queuing Theory Approach||Pag. 137|
|Avijit Bose, Prasenjit Das, Sumit Majumdar (India )|
|A simultaneous solution of the Gilbert equation and its equivalent Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation||Pag. 1|
|Messaoud Boufligha, Sebti Boukhtache (Algeria)|
|A generalized t-distribution based filter for stochastic volatility models||Pag. 19|
|Onyeka-Ubaka, J. N., Abass, O., Okafor, R. O. (Nigeria)|
|Construction of a Digital Divide Index for the Study of Latin American Countries||Pag. 38|
|J.A. Sánchez-Torres, F.J. Arroyo-Cañada, J. Gil-Lafuente (Spain)|
|Design of basic logic gates using CMOS and artificial neural networks (ANN)||Pag. 54|
|R. K. Mandal (India)|
|Design of a CMOS “OR Gate” using artificial neural networks (ANNs)||Pag. 66|
|R. K. Mandal (India)|
|Performance evaluation of a multi-sensor system using fixed point DSP for water leak detection||Pag. 78|
|Loutfi Benyettou (Algeria)|
|A systematic survey on automated test case generation from UML sequence diagram using GA and other approaches||Pag. 1|
|T. Tamilarasi, M. Prasanna (India)|
|Area-Time efficient square architecture||Pag. 21|
|Ranjan Kumar Barik, Manoranjan Pradhan (India)|
|Analysis of black hole and grey hole attack in MANET based on simulation through NS2||Pag. 35|
|J. K. Mandal , Khondekar Lutful Hassan (India)|
|Design of A PC Based Position Control System of A PMDC Motor||Pag. 47|
|M. Bandyopadhyay, S. Chattopadhyay, N. Mandal|
|Algorithms of Global Optimization of Functions on Set of the Mixed Variables: Continuous and Discrete with Unordered Possible Values||Pag. 56|
|A. S. Mikhalev , A. I. Rouban|
|Search of optimum rotation patterns in two occasions successive sampling.||Pag. 1-18|
|Singh, G.N.; Sharma, A.K.|
|Lifetime maximization technique using light weight memory sharing scheme of nano machines for data transmission in MANET.||Pag. 19-29|
|Ganesan, T.; Rajkumar, N.|
|Design of a single microcontroller based 29-channel data logging system.||Pag. 30-38|
|Chattopadhyay, S.; Bandyopadhyay, M.; Das, D.|
|Multi-attribute error-eliminating decision-making method based on 2-tuple linguistic.||Pag. 39-49|
|Haoran, H.; Darong, L.|
|Performance analysis on graph based information retrieval approaches.||Pag. 1-14|
|Janarthanan, P.; Rajkumar, N.; Padmanaban, G.; Yamini, S.|
|Neighbourhood crossover embroiled binary GA based SHEPWM for seven level MLI.||Pag. 15-32|
|Sangeetha, S.; Jeevananthan, S.|
|Cuckoo search with mobile anchor positioning (CS-MAP) algorithm for error minimization in wireless sensor networks.||Pag. 33-51|
|Sivakumar, S.; Venkatesan, R.|
|Indian weather forecasting using ANFIS and ARIMA based interval type-2 fuzzy logic model.||Pag. 52-70|
|Agrawal, A.; Qureshi, M F.|
|Artificial intelligence based Fault Diagnosis of Power Transformer-A Probabilistic Neural Network and Interval Type-2 Support Vector Machine Approach.||Pag. 71-89|
|Jha, M.; Nisha, B.; Rama, S.; Qureshi, M.F.|
|Low complexity encoding of quasi-cyclic low density parity check codes and their performance analysis.||Pag. 90-100|
|Murugesh, V.; Agalya, V.; Arthy, V.|