Pattern Analysis and Intelligent Systems
1. Classifier Ensemble Framework: a Diversity Based Approach

Hamid Parvin; Hosein Alizadeh; Mohsen Moshki

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 1-10

Abstract
  Pattern recognition systems are widely used in a host of different fields. Due to some reasons such as lack of knowledge about a method based on which the best classifier is detected for any arbitrary problem, and thanks to significant improvement in accuracy, researchers turn to ensemble methods in ...  Read More

Software Engineering and Information Systems
2. An Improved COCOMO based Model to Estimate the Effort of Software Projects

Vahid Khatibi Bardsiri; Mahboubeh Dorosti

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 11-22

Abstract
  One of important aspects of software projects is estimating the cost and time required to develop projects. Nowadays, this issue has become one of the key concerns of project managers. Accurate estimation of essential effort to produce and develop software is heavily effective on success or failure of ...  Read More

Pattern Analysis and Intelligent Systems
3. An Improved Imperialist Competitive Algorithm based on a new assimilation strategy

Seyed Mojtaba Saif

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 23-32

Abstract
  Meta-heuristic algorithms inspired by the natural processes are part of the optimization algorithms that they have been considered in recent years, such as genetic algorithm, particle swarm optimization, ant colony optimization, Firefly algorithm. Recently, a new kind of evolutionary algorithm has been ...  Read More

Pattern Analysis and Intelligent Systems
4. A Fuzzy-GA Approach for Parameter Optimization of A Fuzzy Expert System for Diagnosis of Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia in Children

Rahil Hosseini; Farzaneh Latifi; Mahdi Mazinani

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 33-42

Abstract
  Hybrid fuzzy expert systems are one of the most practical intelligent paradigm of soft computing techniques with the high potential for managing uncertainty associated to the medical diagnosis. The potential of genetic algorithm (GA) by inspiring from natural evolution as a learning and optimization ...  Read More

Computer Networks and Distributed Systems
5. Improvement of the mechanism of congestion avoidance in mobile networks

Maryam Bagheri; Bita Amirshahi; Mehdi Khalili

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 43-48

Abstract
  Mobile ad hoc network congestion control is a significant problem. Standard mechanism for congestion control (TCP), the ability to run certain features of a wireless network, several mutations are not common. In particular, the enormous changes in the network topology and the joint nature of the wireless ...  Read More

Computer Networks and Distributed Systems
6. An efficient solution for management of pre-distribution in wireless sensor networks

Asghar Dolatabadi; Hamid Haj Seyyed javadi

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 49-55

Abstract
  A sensor node is composed of different parts including processing units, sensor, transmitter, receiver, and security unit. There are many nodes in a sensor unit. These networks can be used for military, industrial, medicine, environmental, house, and many other applications. These nodes may be established ...  Read More