Advances in Modelling

Series B. Signal Processing and Pattern Recognition

ISSN: 1240-4543


Editors: Christian Berger Vachon

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Volume 60 / Issue 4 / 2017

Volume 60 / Issue 3 / 2017

A Novel Algorithm for Clustering and Feature Selection of High Dimensional Datasets Pag. 525
Thulasi Bikku, Alapati Padma Priya (India)
A Fuzzy Neural Network Approach for Assessment and Enhancing Software Reliability Pag. 539
Theyyagura M.K. Reddy, Madhwaraj Kango Gopal (India)
A Fuzzy-Neural-Genetic Algorithm Approach for Gene Expression and Micro Array Analysis for Pag. 551
Velpula Nagi Reddy, A. Rama Swamy Reddy (India)
An Authoritative Method Using Fuzzy Logic to Evaluate Maintainability Index and Utilizabil Pag. 566
Yenduri Gokul, Madhwaraj Kango Gopal (India)
MFCC for Voiced Part Using VAD and GMM Based Gender Recognition Pag. 581
Hema Kumar Pentapati, Srinivas Vasamsetti, Madhu Tenneti (India)
Review of Preprocessing Techniques for Fundus Image Analysis Pag. 593
Shilpa Joshi, P. T. Karule (India)
A Comparative Study of Technologies Developed in Perspective of Distributed Operating Syst Pag. 613
Ahmed Bin Shafaat, Shuxiang Xu (Pakistan, Australia)

Volume 60 / Issue 2 / 2017

Speaker Identification Using Auditory Modelling and Vector Quantization Pag. 283
Konstantina Iliadi, Stefan Bleeck (UK)
The Identification of Critical Nodes in Ad Hoc Network Based on Node Degree and Clustering Coefficient Pag. 304
Mian Tan, Yue Wu, Bo Song (China)
DNA Sequence Detector Using Finite State Machine Methodology Pag. 313
Jishan Mehedi, Nilkantha Rooj, Snehanjali Majumder, Anirban Mukherjee, Niladri Hore (India)
A IDS Model Based on HGA and Data Mining Pag. 319
Lina Lin, Dezhi Wei, Fuji Chen (China)
FPGA Implementation of Discrete Fourier Transform Using CORDIC Algorithm Pag. 332
Debaprasad De, K. Gaurav Kumar, Archisman Ghosh, Anurup Saha (India)
Local Capability Analysis and Comparative Study of Kernel Functions in Support Vector Machine Pag. 338
Hailun Wang, Daxing Xu (China)
Adaptive Wavelet Transform Based Rake Receiver for Ultra-Wideband Systems Pag. 357
Ch. Navitha, K. Sivani K., Ashoka Reddy (India)
Prediction Method of Network Security Situation Based on GA-LSSVM Time Series Analysis Pag. 372
Huan Wang, Jian Gu, Jianping Zhao, Dan Liu, Xin Sui, Xiaoqiang Di, Bo Li (China)
Analysis of Signal Transmission Performance of Radio Frequency Cable under Multiple Factors Pag. 391
Wenjing Xuan (China)
Research on Algorithm for Partial Discharge of High Voltage Switchgear Based on Speech Spectrum Features Pag. 403
Yueqin Feng, Quan Chen, Chunguang Li, Wenchao Hao (China)
Labview-based Study on the Modeling Method of Chlorophyll Content Prediction in Tomato Leaves Pag. 416
Ji Qian, Juan Zhou, Yang Liu (China)
Design of FPGA-based Handwriting Image Recognition System Pag. 429
Lei Wang, Ziheng Yang, Guangqiang Xu, Meili Fu, Yu Wang (China)
Virtual Machine Scheduling Model Based on Energy and Interference Awareness in Cloud Environment Pag. 442
Xin Sui, Li Li, Dan Liu, Huan Wang, Jilong Gong, Zetian Zhang (China)
Virtual Machine Scheduling Strategy for Reliable Service Resource Supply in Cloud Environment Pag. 455
Dan Liu, Xin Sui, Yan Zeng, Guangcai Cui, Xu Di, Li Li (China)
Adaptive Multi-copy Layout Algorithm Based on Mass Storage System Pag. 469
Guosong Jiang, Qing Zhang (China)
Image Simulation for 3-FOV Daytime Star Sensor Based on Ray Tracing Pag. 493
Feng Wu, Xifang Zhu, Ruxi Xiang, Xiaoyan Jiang, Qingquan Xu, Gong Chen, Tao Wu (China)
Study on Damage Identification of Beam Bridge Based on Characteristic Curvature and Improved Wavelet Threshold De-Noising Algorithm Pag. 505
Xi Chu, Zhixiang Zhou, Guojun Deng, Tengjiao Jiang, Yangkun Lei (China)

Volume 60 / Issue 1 / 2017

An improved rotation forest algorithm based on heterogeneous classifiers ensemble for classifying gene expression profile Pag. 1
Tao Chen (China)
Human action recognition based on multiple feature fusion Pag. 25
R.J. Ma, H.S. Zhang (China)
Fault detection and improvement design of temperature sensor in wood carbonization furnace Pag. 43
Ming Yu, Jian Wang, Meng Zhu, JiaShun Luo (China)
An effective recommendation model using user access sequence and context entropy Pag. 57
Xiaoyi Deng, Feifei Huangfu (China)
A folk evaluation approach for part standardization Pag. 74
D. Liu, M. K. He, J. D. Chen (China)
A probability distribution kernel based on whitening transformation Pag. 93
Jiangsheng Gui, Yuanfeng Chi, Qing Zhang, Xiaoan Bao (China)
The evolution of artificial ecosystem based on the ecological chain algorithm Pag. 110
Kang Feng, Lei Chen (China)
MHI-CNN model for fine-grained classification of product image Pag. 123
Mingxia Lin, Cuihua Li (China)
An automated schematic method based on dynamic grid for Service Area Map Pag. 140
Tan Zuofei, Li Shenglin, Wang Zhaoxia, Guo Yudong, Wei Xiaofu (China)
Web optimization of QUIC under wireless network Pag. 161
Huang Cheng, Lv Yongbo (China)
Security analysis and improvement of the certificateless aggregate signature schemes Pag. 174
Aiwan Fan, Qiming Wang (China)
An incremental updating method for the K-anonymous dataset using a similar-B-tree Pag. 189
Jinling Song, Liming Huang, Yan Gao, Haibin Liu (China)
Classification method for uncertain data based on sparse de-noising auto-encoder neural network Pag. 210
Jijiang Yu, Yuwen Huang, Chunying Liu (China)
Understanding core districts of city using human activity data Pag. 224
Duan Hu, Jie Yang, Benxiong Huang (China)
DBIECM-an evolving clustering method for streaming data clustering Pag. 239
Kai-song Zhang, Luo Zhong, Lan Tian, Xuan-ya Zhang, Lin Li (China)
Research on prediction model for icing thickness of transmission lines based on BP neural network optimized with improved fruit fly algorithm Pag. 255
J. Zhou, B.G. Tang, X.W. Ren (China)
Using customized active resource routing and tenable association using licentious method algorithm for secured mobile ad-hoc network management Pag. 270
V. Lakshman Narayana, C.R.Bharathi (India)

Volume 59 / Issue 1 / 2016

Wavelet decomposition based skewness and kurtosis analysis for assessment of stator current harmonics in a PWM – Fed induction motor drive during single phasing condition Pag. 1
A. Chattopadhyaya, S. Chattopadhyay, J. N. Bera, S. Sengupta (India)
Coding strategy behavior related to microphone integrity in cochlear implants using the recognition of syllables in a noisy environment Pag. 15
P.A. Cucis, E. Veuillet, E. Truy, H. Thai Van, F. Millioz, S. Gallego (France)
Effect of microphone cleaning on syllable recognition performed by cochlear implant users using the CIS and NofM coding strategies Pag. 31
P.A. Cucis, E. Veuillet, E. Truy, H. Thai Van, F. Seldran, S. Gallego (France)
Multiple kernel sphere with large margin for novelty detection Pag. 46
X. M. Cheng, B. Zheng, W. J. Hu (China)
Research on personalized tourism attractions recommendation model based on user social influence Pag. 62
Zhijun Zhang, Huali Pan, Gongwen Xu (China)
Compressive sensing radar based on random chaos Pag. 76
Jun Tang, Lin Zhang, Jiangnan Yuan (China)
Tensorial biometric signal recognition based on multilinear PCA plus GTDA Pag. 91
Fan Zhang, Ke Sun (China)
Scale invariant constrained deep network for head pose estimation Pag. 113
Jiao Bao, Mao Ye (China)
Modal parameter identification for transmission tower based on point spectrum correlation function of time-frequency distribution Pag. 131
Zhou Ling, Li Ying-tao, Chen Jin, Yang Chao-shan, Deng Zhi-ping (China)
Partner selection mechanism of cooperative innovation in project-based supply chain based on the effect of knowledge level Pag. 146
Chen Wei, Yang Bai, Lin Chuan (China)
A new subspace based speech enhancement algorithm with low complexity Pag. 164
Qi Sun, Xiaohui Zhao (China)
An improved randomized algorithm for detecting circles Pag. 177
Lianyuan Jiang, Zhiwen Wang, Yiyi Xu, Meizhen Liu, Jian He (China)
Multi-objective particle swarm optimization algorithm for recommender system Pag. 189
Zhaoxing Li, Chen Li, Zhang Jue (China)

Volume 58 / Issue 1 / 2015

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Volume 57 / Issue 1 / 2014

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