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  Title: Advances in Intelligent Systems: Reviews, Vol. 1, Book Series

  Editor: Sergey Y. Yurish

  Publisher: International Frequency Sensor Association (IFSA) Publishing

  Formats: paperback (print book) and printable pdf Acrobat (e-book) 182 pages

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  Pubdate: 23 April 2021

  ISBN: 978-84-09-29876-1

  e-ISBN: 978-84-09-17674-8

 

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After successful publication of ‘Advances in Intelligent Systems: Reviews’ Vol. 1, Open Access Book Series in 2017 and very positive feedback from our authors and readers, we have decided to publish the second volume of this Book Series in 2021. The 2nd volume contains 6 chapters written by 16 authors from 7 countries: China, France, Italy, Morocco, Romania, Spain and United Arab Emirates. But it is not a simple set of reviews. As usually, each chapter contains the extended state-of-the-art followed by new, unpublished before, obtained results.

 

 

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Contents


Contributors
 

Preface

1. Emerging Technologies and the Future of Software Engineering


1.1. Introduction
1.2. Related Work
1.3. Sample of Software Platforms
    1.3.1. The Internet of Things
    1.3.2. Artificial Intelligence
    1.3.3. Ubiquitous Computing
    1.3.4. System of Systems
1.4. The Experiment
1.5. Conclusion and Future Work
References

 


2. Hybrid Models in Medical Diagnosis


2.1. Introduction to Medical Diagnosis
    2.1.1. Problems in Diagnosis’ Formulation
    2.1.2. Some Sources of Difficulties and Errors
2.2. Diagnosis as Classification-statistic  and Non-statistic Approaches
    2.2.1. Bayesianism and Causality
    2.2.2. Non-statistic Uncertainties: Fuzzy and Possibility  Measures
2.3. Fuzzy Decision Functions
    2.3.1. Prerequisites of Fuzzy Decision
    2.3.2. Fuzzy Decision in Medical Diagnosis
2.4. Abduction and Consistency Model-based  Diagnosis in First Order Logic
    2.4.1. Abduction and Consistency-based Techniques
    2.4.2. Arguments for Abduction
    2.4.3. Direct Argumentation Systems
    2.4.4. Dung’s Argumentation System. The Fixed Point  Approach
    2.4.5. The Recursive Approach
    2.4.6. CSPs for Argumentation Systems
2.5. Solving Problems through Searching
    2.5.1. Dynamic Backtracking for CSPs
    2.5.2. Dynamic Constraint Satisfaction Problems  and Algorithms
    2.5.3. Dynamic Backtracking for DCSPs
2.6. The DiaMed System
    2.6.1. Knowledge Representation
    2.6.2. Medical Diagnosis as an aDCSP Problem
    2.6.3. Algorithm
    2.6.4. Example
2.7. Conclusions
References

 


3. A New Adaptive and Self-organizing Fuzzy Logic Approach to Improve  the Real-time Control Performance


3.1. Introduction
3.2.Layout Design of the Proposed Adaptive  and Self-organizing Fuzzy Logic Controller
    3.2.1. Stage of Auto-learning: Adaptation of the Consequent of the Rules
    3.2.2. Self-organization Stage of Membership Functions
3.3. Application of the Presented Methodology
    3.3.1. Temperature Control inside a Room
        3.3.1.1. Implementation of the Used Controllers
        3.3.1.2. Analysis of Results and Conclusion
    3.3.2. Implementation of a Maximum Power Point Tracker for a PV System
        3.3.2.1. Implementation of MPP Trackers Used
        3.3.2.2. Analysis of Results
3.4. Conclusion
References

 


4. Low-dimensional Conjugated Polymer-based Artificial Synapses


4.1. Introduction
4.2. Tunable Synaptic Plasticity in Crystallized  Conjugated Polymer Nanowire Artificial Synapses
    4.2.1. Experimental Section
        4.2.1.1. Device Fabrication
        4.2.1.2. Device Characterization
    4.2.2. Results and Discussion
4.3. Full-printed Ultra-flexible P3HT Nanowire Synaptic  Device
    4.3.1. Experimental Section
        4.3.1.1. Device Fabrication
        4.3.1.2. Device Characterization
    4.3.2. Result and Discussion
4.4. A ‘Polka Dot’-structured Two-dimensional  Conjugated Polymer-based Artificial Synapse 118
    4.4.1. Experiment Section
        4.4.1.1. Device Fabrication
        4.4.1.2. Device Characterization
    4.4.2. Results and Discussion
4.5. Summary and Outlook
Acknowledgement
References
 

 

5. A Java Application for Modelling  and Simulating Mobile Ad-hoc NETworks


5.1. Introduction
5.2. Models for Routing Protocols
    5.2.1. MANET and Routing Protocols
    5.2.2. Abstract State Machines and ASMETA
5.3. Defining MOTION
    5.3.1. The Mobility Model
    5.3.2. Models Based on Abstract State Machine
    5.3.3. Specific Behavior of MOTION
5.4. Experiments with MOTION
5.5. Conclusions and Future Work
References
 

 

6.The Impact of the Covid Pandemic and the Resilience of the Healthcare System in France: Cooperation, Digital and Territorial Challenges

   with Information and Communication Approaches


6.1. Introduction
6.2. A Health System Already in Crisis, Strongly  Impacted by the Covid Crisis
    6.2.1. A Health System Already in Crisis
    6.2.2. Coordination to Fight against Compartmentalisation  and the Challenges of «Border» Areas
    6.2.3. With Resilience challenges
6.3. Scientific Position and Methodology
    6.3.1. A Research-action Position in Information and Communication Sciences
    6.3.2. Around Key Notions: Tensions, Situations,  Interactions, Ecosystems, Trust, Resilience
6.4. E-Health and Its Information and Communication Issues
    6.4.1. The Development of E-Health Accelerated  by the Covid Crisis
    6.4.2. The Different E-Health Supports
6.5. The Inescapable Challenges of the Territories
    6.5.1. The Challenge of Social and Territorial Inequalities  in Health
    6.5.2. Smart Cities / Stupid Villages?
    6.5.3. A Health Dimension to be Better Taken into Account
    6.5.4. Developing Territorial Resilience
6.6. The Lever for Innovative Experimentations  in Healthcare Interface Organisations (HIO)?
    6.6.1. Setting up Interface Organisations in Healthcare
    6.6.2. A Strong Challenge of Clarity and Complementarities around New Forms of Cooperation and Integration
    6.6.3. A Hybridisation of Professions?
    6.6.4. The Importance of Evaluation (Assessment)
6.7. Conclusion
References

 


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