SCIREA Journal of Information Science and Systems Science (ISSN: 2995-3936)

SCIREA Journal of Information Science and Systems Science is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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Volume 8, Issue 3, June 2024

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Feifei Yang, Xiaojun Zhang
Abstract: Firstly this paper proves the validity of traditional syllogism EIO-4, and then makes full use of relevant definitions, facts, and some inference rules. On the basis of 34 reasoning steps, the other 23 syllogisms can be inferred from the syllogism EIO-4. This is because Aristotelian quantifiers (that is, all, no, some, and
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Volume 8, Issue 2, April 2024

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Yuriy Zhernovyi
Abstract: We consider repairable parallel system that consists of m identical units. At any moment of time, a unit can be in one of the two states: either operational or failed. Suppose, the number n of repair facilities is restricted (n?m), so failed units can form a queue for recovering. Assuming that the distributions of the time
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Siyi Yu, Xiaojun Zhang
Abstract: Aristotelian modal syllogisms characterize the semantic and reasoning properties of Aristotelian quantifiers and modalities. In order to give a consistent explanation for Aristotelian modal syllogisms, this paper reveals the reduction between modal syllogisms on the basis of generalized quantifier theory, set theory, first-
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Baoxiang Wu
Abstract: This paper firstly presents knowledge representations of generalized syllogisms, and then uses relevant facts and reasoning rules to conduct knowledge reasoning on the basis of the generalized syllogism MMI-3 with the quantifier ‘most’. The main conclusion is that there are at least the other 25 valid generalized syllogisms
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Volume 8, Issue 1, February 2024

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Efijemue Oghenekome Paul
Abstract: Due to the ever-increasing incidence of diabetes, effective screening strategies are needed for early diagnosis and intervention. This study proposes a novel approach that harnesses the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to predict diabetes risk. Using machine learning techniques and a database with demographic, clinical
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Zi-cheng Zhu, Yan Diao, Xiang-hui Li
Abstract: By analyzing the structural performance characteristics of a heavy-duty gearbox, based on the modular design thinking and the requirements of the actual maintenance training application, the virtual prototype of a heavy-duty gearbox, such as the construction of three-dimensional model, collision detection, 3d observation, d
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Liheng Hao
Abstract: This paper firstly formalizes Aristotelian modal syllogisms from the perspective of knowledge representation, and then uses modal logic and generalized quantifier theory to prove the validity of the Aristotelian modal syllogism □AE◇E-4. Finally, making much of some rules and facts in first-order logic and the definitions of
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Volume 7, Issue 4, August 2023

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Mehmet Beyaz
Abstract: Natural Language Processing (NLP) stands at the intersection of linguistics and artificial intelligence, aiming to facilitate meaningful interactions between computers and human languages. This paper provides a comprehensive overview of NLP, tracing its evolution from its inception to its current state-of-the-art methodolog
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Zahra Amini, Adib Azizian, Ahmad Eyvazi
Abstract: This study investigates the physicochemical properties, fatty acid composition, and antioxidant potential of cold-pressed Nigella Sativa oil enriched with thymoquinone. The raw black cumin seeds used in the study exhibited a moisture content of 3.25±0.28%, an oil content of 37.53±0.73%, a protein content of 18.71±0.48%, and
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Volume 7, Issue 3, June 2023

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Yuriy Zhernovyi
Abstract: We consider a multi-server G/G/n queue that operates the bi-level randomized (p, N1, N2)-policy or the N-policy. This means that as soon as there are no more customers in the system, the server will be shut down immediately. If the number of arriving customers falls to a particular low threshold value N1, the server will be
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Volume 7, Issue 2, April 2023

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Jika Saidu Muhamad, Endang Fitriyah Mannan, Yakubu Attahiru liman
Abstract: At the organizational level, records and information policy is regarded a key component in regulating and controlling information-related management and operations. However, literature and information from the field show that its structure and responsibilities are somewhat anonymous. Information policy components and other
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Md Sayuti Ishak, Yazan Zuhair AlSalem
Abstract: The Internet is a relatively recent project that has not been completed for a very long time; it has grown to capture the interest of individuals, organizations, and governments all over the world; it has given rise to a new concept, the Internet of Things (IoT), which incorporates many forms of technology into nearly every
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Xu Li
Abstract: With the accelerated use of science and technology in the arts, the interactive experiences and emotional changes constructed in digital technology are becoming more and more abundant.In this new dynamic space-time mode, the immersive installation art uses the central integrated projection equipment, combined with split-scr
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Volume 7, Issue 1, February 2023

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Javier Suárez Cuenca, M. A. Piñón Esteban
Abstract: Continuous renal replacement therapies are part of the usual treatment in patients with Extracorporeal Life Support for acute renal failure, in the context of postcardiotomy shock. We describe how to connect the continuous renal replacement therapy device to the Extracorporeal Life Support venous line, avoiding any recircul
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Javier Súarez Cuenca, M. A. Piñón Esteban
Abstract: Thromboembolic events in the reperfusion line and in the inferior limb are well known on patients undergoing veno-arterial ECLS. In our group, we also could observe these incidents. We described a method which consist in connect the heparin perfusion directly in the reperfusion limb line using the three way stopcock of the
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Volume 6, Issue 1, February 2022

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A. Zbrutsky, V.Meleshko
Abstract: The possibilities of using the Kalman filter for cleaning (filtering) signals from gy-roscopes and accelerometers of a strapdown inertial navigation system (SINS) with a rough initial alighnment on a fixed base are considered. For this, algorithms for averaging filters with forward and backward computations (forward and bac
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Chris D Beaumont, Darrell Berry, John Ricketts
Abstract: The social systems of many countries are under stress due to longevity and low birth rates. Healthcare has evolved from a treatment orientation to a prophylactic stance. Therefore, greater consideration must be given to lifestyle behaviour and life satisfaction. This has been recently further deepened by the COVID-19 pandem
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Zhernovyi Yuriy
Abstract: We consider a multi-server vacation queueing system that operates in the modified multiple vacation policy related to the number of busy servers. The condition for the transition to vacation mode at the time of the release of the server is the lack of customers in the queue and the implementation of one of the restrictions
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Volume 5, Issue 6, December 2021

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Holovko V.V., Taraborkin L.A.
Abstract: The physical-chemical model describing the formation of nonmetal inclusions in welded metal of mild and low alloyed steels was developed. Thermomechanical calculations of reactions, which took place in a welding pool and determined the structure of nonmetal inclusions, were fulfilled. On a basis of the simulation the hypoth
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Belma Fakić, Adisa Burić, Edib Horoz
Abstract: Man atempts to know and see what is not visible with the naked eye goes back to the far past. By the combination of concave and convex lenses, in the 16th century, Dutchman Janssen made the first ever-increasing instrument. Robert Hooke was first used to illuminate objects using artificial light and gave a first description
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Songming Hou, Scott Atkins, Yu Chen
Abstract: A Rubik’s Snake is a toy that has been around for 40 years. It is a system of serial chain. It traditionally only allows rotations of its pieces in 90 degree increments. In this paper we are not going to restrict ourselves to these limited number of incremental rotations. We prove a theorem about the sum of rotations of a R
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Wei Liu
Abstract: Accelerating deep convolutional networks has recently attracted a great deal of attention due to the demand of real-time applications. SegNet is a typical deep convolution network in the field of semantic segmentation, and also is a smaller and more memory, time efficient model. In this paper, we focus on accelerating the S
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Volume 5, Issue 5, October 2021

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Francis T. S. Yu
Abstract: One of the most intriguing laws in modern physics must be the Boltzmann’s entropy principle. As it stated, entropy within an isolated subspace increases with time, but it does not tell us why it has to be changing naturally with time. Since any evolution of our universe has a profound connection on her subspaces, from which
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Francis T. S. Yu
Abstract: In this article I will show quantum qubit information transmission is as elusive as Schrodinger ‘s cat. Since there are two types of information transmission; namely Wiener and Shannon, I will start from mutual information to show that quantum qubit information-transmission is virtual as mathematics is, which is not existed
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Volume 5, Issue 4, August 2021

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Charles Flack, Pamila Dembla
Abstract: Cloud computing is a new 21st century computing paradigm to provide a diversity of computational services based on a pay-as-you-go, shared service model for all business types across various industry segments. Information system (IS) success has been extensively researched to frame key attributes of an information system o
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Volume 5, Issue 3, June 2021

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Hideto Horikoshi, Hidekazu Chujo
Abstract: This paper reviews the patented control method of preventing the electromangnetic interference from NFC antenna to touchpad sense lines efficirntly. The NFC antenna was integrated under the touchpad by implementing NFC_radio_active signal from the NFC module to the touchpad sensor controller IC. The conventional control met
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Volume 5, Issue 2, April 2021

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Junyan Li, Xinxing Wu
Abstract: Machine learning trains and obtains learning models based on a large amount of training samples. Mislabeled training samples will affect the generalization/performance of the final predictive model. Some methods of detecting/correcting mislabeled samples such as graph-based methods, are proposed and used in machine learning
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Volume 5, Issue 1, February 2021

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Ionescu Marius
Abstract: The paper aims to study non-invasive detectionmethods for blood glucose determination. Glucometry and pulseoximetry are two methods that are based on the absorption oflight in tissues. Pulse oximetry measures blood oxygen saturationbased on red (infrared) light, using a wavelength of 600-750 nm,and infrared light, using a w
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Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2020

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Lorraine Lamb, Pamila Dembla
Abstract: At a time when technology “As a Service” is common place for delivering information system solutions and in particular workplace mobility services, IT Consumerization has become a staple within the large enterprise workplace services portfolio. Having a conceptual design to extend and grow our knowledge about the phenomenon
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Volume 4, Issue 1, February 2020

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WANG WEI-MING, CHEN JUN-HONG
Abstract: The application of digit to ink painting first derived from Shanghai Film Studio in China in the 1960s and its first ink-animation "Little tadpole looking for Mom" had a great performance and won many international awards.The purpose of this study is to develop VR virtual reality ink animation movies., This study uses the i
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Volume 3, Issue 1, February 2018

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Yeong-Jeu Sun
Abstract: In this paper, the unified Rossler chaotic system is addressed and the state observation problem of such a system is explored. Based on the time-domain approach with differential and integral inequalities, a suitable state observer for the unified Rossler chaotic system is established to assure the global exponential stabil
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Volume 2, Issue 2, April 2017

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MAFE ADEBIYI BABAFEMI.
Abstract: Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate the factors affecting librarians’ approach toward IT application in libraries. It also aims to identify general underlying factors, which could be used to predict the likely behaviour of librarians toward IT innovation in their libraries.Design/methodology/approach – Pri
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Volume 2, Issue 1, February 2017

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Mack J. Du
Abstract: Since Shannon theory facing to the world, it provides highly clear definitions of information and model of communication respectively. Moreover it sets a significant fundament of information, and provides a great value to researches and applications for later. By comparative method, model analysis, and multi-degree metric s
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MAFE ADEBIYI BABAFEMI
Abstract: The present study examined how library and e-learning services can be incorporated together for improving teaching and learning in selected higher learning institutions in Nigeria. Specifically the study identified electronic technologies and applications used for providing library services; investigated how library applica
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Dr. Razaq Femi Quadri (CLN), Olaleye Samuel Abiodun
Abstract: This study investigated the availability and use of reference sources and services by The Federal Polytechnic Offa students. Descriptive survey research design was used and 100 samples were used for this study. Findings were analyzed using descriptive statisticsand the results indicated that 38(40.9%) of the respondents use
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Volume 1, Issue 2, December 2016

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Wenjun Fan, Kevin Lwakatare, Rong Rong
Abstract: Social engineering is the attack aimed to manipulate dupe to divulge sensitive information or perform actions to help the adversary bypassing the secure perimeter in front of the information-related resources in order to complete attacking goals. Though there are a number of security tools, such as firewalls and intrusion d
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Volume 1, Issue 1, October 2016

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Ziqian Liu
Abstract: This paper presents a theoretical design of how a nonlinear H-infinity optimal control is achieved for delayed recurrent neural networks with noise uncertainty. Our objective is to build globally stabilizing control laws to accomplish the input-to-state stability together with the optimality for delayed recurrent neural net
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MAFE ADEBIYI BABAFEMI
Abstract: Despite the belief that Information and Communication Technology (ICT) integration makes impact on the entire educational system, studies directed to ICT in schools have placed too much emphasis on the variables at class level neglecting other areas which ICT are applied. In order to have distributed literature the present
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