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|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)|
|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)|
|Extraction of English alphabets from words and sentences using slider drifting method (Sdm)||Pag. 1|
|R. K. Mandal, N. R. Manna (India)|
|Recognition of human-face from side-view using progressive switching pattern and soft-computing technique||Pag. 14|
|R. Raja, T. S. Sinha, R. P. Dubey (India)|
|Application of genetic algorithm for reduction of sidelobes from thinned arrays||Pag. 35|
|G. S. K. Gayatri Devi, G.S.N.Raju, P.V.Sridevi India)|
|Towards robust analysis of satellite images of Algeria; application to road network and its nodes extraction||Pag. 53|
|Z. Nougrara (Algeria)|
|2D Gabor filter for surface defect detection using GA and PSO optimization techniques||Pag. 67|
|Khwaja Muinuddin Chisti Mohammed, Srinivas Kumar S., Prasad Gandikota (India)|
|Automatic obstacle detection for a star algorithm using digital image processing||Pag. 84|
|M. Awasthy (India)|
|Development of soft decision tree classifier using interval type-2 fuzzy logic rule based data mining for steam turbine fault analysis of a power system rotatory machine component.||Pag. 1-21|
|Neelam, S.; Jha, M.; Dewangan, D.N.; Qureshi, M.F.|
|Technical directives for building and operating MSG3 and NOAA19 satellites receiving station.||Pag. 22-42|
|Hassini, A.; Belbachir, A.H.|
|Pattern generation for geometrical objects using morphological transformations.||Pag. 43-54|
|Radhakrishnan, P.; Clementking, A.; Murugesh, V.|
|Pattern synthesis using real coded genetic algorithm.||Pag. 55-68|
|Krishna, S.; Raju, G.S.N.|
|Array design with accelerated particle swarm optimization.||Pag. 69-81|
|Victoria, P.; Raju G.S.N.|
|An integrated and efficient approach to measure semantic similarity between short sentences and paragraphs.||Pag. 82-93|
|Kavitha, A.; Rajkumar, N.; Victor, S.P.|
|Fuzzy logic based analysis of steady state stability of a CSI fed synchronous motor drive system with damper windings included.||Pag. 1-19|
|Srikant, P.; Jha, M.; Qureshi, M.F.|
|A genetic algorithm based approach in image authentication using Z transform (GAIAZT).||Pag. 20-30|
|Khamrui, A.; Mandal, J.K.|
|Handwritten English character segmentation by baseline pixel burst method (BPBM).||Pag. 31-46|
|Mandal R.K.; Manna N.R.|
|Diagnostics of induction motor based on spectral analysis of stator current signal using fast fourier transform and genetically tuned interval type-2 fuzzy classifier methods.||Pag. 47-67|
|Jha, M.; Kulkarni, A.G.; Qureshi, M.F.|
|Color image authentication based on two-dimensional separable discrete hartley transform (CIA2D-SDHT).||Pag. 68-87|
|Ghosal,S.K.; Mandal, J.K.|
|Handwritten English character recognition using hoof segmentation of image matrix (HSIM).||Pag. 88-108|
|Mandal R.K.; Manna N.R.|