SCIREA Journal of Computer (ISSN: 2995-6927)

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Binghui Liang, Junyong Cao, Jiancheng He, Shuyang Li, Xianliang Zhang, Jianhao Ou
Abstract: On September 25, 2015, the United Nations (UN) saw the adoption of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 193 member states at the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit. The prioritization of the 17 Sustainable Growth Goals will contribute to the quick joint action by the UN to eradicate poverty, protect our pla
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Liheng Hao
Abstract: This paper uses set theory to provide knowledge representation methods for common generalized syllogisms in natural language. Then, the validity of the generalized syllogism AHH-2 with the non-trivial generalized quantifier at most half of the is proved by the truth definitions of categorical propositions, and
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Itsuo Takanami, Masaru Fukushi
Abstract: We present a self-reconfiguring scheme for N × N mesh-connected processor arrays (PAs) with N spares where faulty PEs are directly replaced by spare PEs functionally located on the diagonals which may be moved. This replacement is formalized as a matching problem in graph theory. Then, the necessary and sufficient condition
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Paula Pires
Abstract: After study and research it was found that there is currently no national database of kennels/official collection centers (CRO) in Portugal mainland and islands with public availability.
Thus, we proceeded to develop a database on kennels/CRO of animals in mainland Portugal and Islands, by collecting data from kennels/
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Jing Xu, Xiaojun Zhang
Abstract: For the sake of obtaining valid generalized modal syllogisms, the article first proves the validity of the generalized modal syllogism ▯EF◊O-1 by means of set theory and modal logic, and then deduces the other 22 valid generalized modal syllogisms from the syllogism ▯EF◊O-1 in accordance with modern modal logic, generalized
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Jiajin Xu
Abstract: In the process of fatigue research, it is found that most of the fatigue life data of structures conform to Weibull distribution rather than Gaussian distribution, and Weibull distribution is in a sense more general distribution than Gaussian distribution. But the biggest obstacle to the application of Weibull distribution
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Kris Murphy, Kalle Lyytinen, Toni Somers
Abstract: Effectuating enterprise systems success through project-based, executive IT governance in the form of steering committees is a complex and multi-leveled challenge. Insight into the design of steering committees and what interrelated governance components are required is very limited. We propose a multi-leveled model to desi
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Zakarias Situmorang, Parasian D.P. Silitonga
Abstract: Solar drying systems have progressed quite rapidly with their utilization, both in terms of technical and algorithmic. At first the drying system only paid attention to the achievable drying temperature, but along with advances in technology the drying system has been able to meet industrial needs, namely to produce drying
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Cheng Zhang
Abstract: Syllogism reasoning is a common and important form of reasoning in natural language and logic. This paper shows that the remaining 23 valid syllogisms can be deduced merely from the syllogism IAI-3 by making the best of propositional logic and generalized quantifier theory, so as to achieve the goal of deeply discussing the
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Xiaojun Zhang, Long Wei, Yijiang Hao
Abstract: With the help of the definitions of three negative quantifiers of Aristotelian quantifiers (i.e. all, no, some and not all), the symmetry of no and some, and some basic inference rules in propositional logic, one can deduce the remaining 23 valid syllogisms only from the syllogism OAO-3. In other words, there is reducible r
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