Pattern Analysis and Intelligent Systems
Diagnosis of hyperlipidemia in patients based on an artificial neural network with pso algorithm

asma naeimi; minoo soltanshahi; amir rajabi

Volume 3, Issue 1 , February 2017, , Pages 19-30

Abstract
  One of the most common and most dangerous diseases of blood fats are such as heart disease, diabetes and stroke, heart and brain. It can control the timely diagnosis, treatment and then prevention of complications is become very effective even without using medicine. Heart disease and diabetes file if ...  Read More

Pattern Analysis and Intelligent Systems
Robot Path Planning Using Cellular Automata and Genetic Algorithm

Zeynab Sedreh; Mehdi Sadeghzadeh

Volume 5, Issue 1 , February 2019, , Pages 19-26

Abstract
  In path planning Problems, a complete description of robot geometry, environments and obstacle are presented; the main goal is routing, moving from source to destination, without dealing with obstacles. Also, the existing route should be optimal. The definition of optimality in routing is the same as ...  Read More

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

Seyed Mojtaba Saif

Volume 2, Issue 2 , May 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

Computer Networks and Distributed Systems
TASA: A New Task Scheduling Algorithm in Cloud Computing

Somayeh Taherian Dehkordi; Vahid Khatibi Bardsiri

Volume 1, Issue 4 , November 2015, , Pages 25-32

Abstract
  Cloud computing refers to services that run in a distributed network and are accessible through common internet protocols. It merges a lot of physical resources and offers them to users as services according to service level agreement. Therefore, resource management alongside with task scheduling has ...  Read More

Software Engineering and Information Systems
An Overview of the Concepts, Classifications, and Methods of Population Initialization in Metaheuristic Algorithms

Mohammad Reza Hassanzadeh; farshid keynia

Volume 7, Issue 1 , February 2021, , Pages 35-54

Abstract
  Metaheuristic algorithms are typically population-based random search techniques. The general framework of a metaheuristic algorithm consisting of its main parts. The sections of a metaheuristic algorithm include setting algorithm parameters, population initialization, global search section, local search ...  Read More

Computer Networks and Distributed Systems
A New Approach to Solve N-Queen Problem with Parallel Genetic Algorithm

Monire Taheri Sarvetamin; Amid Khatibi; Mohammad Hadi Zahedi

Volume 4, Issue 2 , May 2018, , Pages 69-78

Abstract
  Over the past few decades great efforts were made to solve uncertain hybrid optimization problems. The n-Queen problem is one of such problems that many solutions have been proposed for. The traditional methods to solve this problem are exponential in terms of runtime and are not acceptable in terms ...  Read More

Computer Networks and Distributed Systems
Parallelization of Rich Models for Steganalysis of Digital Images using a CUDA-based Approach

Mahmoud Kazemi; Meysam Mirzaee; Reza Isfahani

Volume 3, Issue 2 , May 2017, , Pages 81-88

Abstract
  There are several different methods to make an efficient strategy for steganalysis of digital images. A very powerful method in this area is rich model consisting of a large number of diverse sub-models in both spatial and transform domain that should be utilized. However, the extraction of a various ...  Read More

Software Engineering and Information Systems
Chaotic dynamic analysis and nonlinear control of blood glucose regulation system in type 1 diabetic patients

Saeid Khajehvand; Seyed Mahdi Abtahi

Volume 5, Issue 2 , May 2019, , Pages 81-92

Abstract
  In this paper, chaotic dynamic and nonlinear control in a glucose-insulin system in types I diabetic patients and a healthy person have been investigated. Chaotic analysis methods of the blood glucose system include Lyapunov exponent and power spectral density based on the time series derived from the ...  Read More

The impact of behavioral factors on Propensity toward indebtedness Case Study: Indebted‏‏‏ customers of Maskan Bank, Tehran province (Geographic regions: East)

Bahar Azimi Doosti; Abdolhosein Karampour

Volume 3, Issue 3 , August 2017, , Pages 145-152

Abstract
  his study aims to offer a model of propensity toward indebtedness using behavioral factors from 384 indebted customers of Maskan bank in Tehran. A questionnaire comprising 41 questions was administered. The questionnaire addressed demographic variables and seven behavioral factors: financial literacy, ...  Read More

Computer Networks and Distributed Systems
Fuzzy Clustering Based Routing in Wireless Body Area Networks to Increase the Life of Sensor Nodes

Mohsen Abdollahzadeh Aghbolagh; Mohammad Ali Pourmina

Volume 4, Issue 3 , August 2018, , Pages 155-166

Abstract
  Body area networks is one of the types of wireless area networks which has been created to optimize utilizing hospital resources and for earlier diagnosis of medical symptoms, and ultimately to reduce the cost of medical care. This network like most of the wireless networks is without infrastructure ...  Read More

Computer Networks and Distributed Systems
The Optimal MMSE Transceiver Design for IoT-oriented Cognitive Radio Systems

Nguyen-Duy-Nhat Vien; Tri Ngo Minh; Thanh Vu Van

Volume 5, Issue 3 , August 2019, , Pages 161-168

Abstract
  This paper studies interference alignment scheme and minimum mean square error (MMSE) improvement in Internet of Things (IoT)-oriented cognitive systems, where IoT devices share the licensed spectrum by cognitive radio in spectrum underlay. Target to manage the inter-tier interference caused by cognitive ...  Read More

Computer Networks and Distributed Systems
Energy optimization based on routing protocols in wireless sensor network

Zoleikha Azizi; Kambiz Majidzadeh

Volume 3, Issue 4 , November 2017, , Pages 195-202

Abstract
  Considering the great significant role that routing protocols play in transfer rate and choosing the optimum path for exchange of data packages, and further in the amount of consumed energy in the routing protocol, the present study has focused on developing an efficient compound energy algorithm based ...  Read More

Computer Architecture and Digital Systems
A MATLAB / SIMULINK BASED FAULT ANALYSIS OF SMALL HYDROPOWER PLANT

Innocent Wofuru; Ameze Big-Alabo

Volume 5, Issue 4 , November 2019, , Pages 221-232

Abstract
  ABSTRACTRenewable Energy Sources (RES) are well – defined as energy sources, that are in abundance within the natural surroundings and are much inexhaustible. In addition, hydroelectricity (HE) is a vital part of world renewable energy supply and hydropower remains a bulk source of electricity ...  Read More

Computer Networks and Distributed Systems
A Reliable Routing Algorithm for Delay Sensitive Data in Body Area Networks

Mojgan ShariatmadariSerkani; Javad Mohammadzadeh; Mahdi Motalebi

Volume 4, Issue 4 , November 2018, , Pages 229-236

Abstract
  Wireless body Area networks (WBANs) include a number of sensor nodes placed inside or on the human body to improve patient health and quality of life. Ensuring the transfer and receipt of data in sensitive data is a very important issue. Routing algorithms should support a variety of service quality ...  Read More

Computer Networks and Distributed Systems
Utilizes the Community Detection for Increase Trust using Multiplex Networks

Rahimeh Habibi; Ali Haroun Abadi

Volume 4, Issue 1 , February 2018, , Pages 21-26

Abstract
  Today, e-commerce has occupied a large volume of economic exchanges. It is known as one of the most effective business practices. Predicted trust which means trusting an anonymous user is important in online communities. In this paper, the trust was predicted by combining two methods of multiplex network ...  Read More

Computer Architecture and Digital Systems
Typical Ka band Satellite Beacon Receiver Design for Propagation Experimentation

Reza Bahri; Hossein Yarmohammadi; Mohammad Reza keshavarzi; Gholamreza Moradi

Volume 1, Issue 2 , May 2015, , Pages 23-28

Abstract
  This paper presents the design and simulation of a typical Ka band satellite beacon receiver for propagation experimentation. Using satellite beacon signal as a reference signal in satellite wave propagation study, is one of the most important methods. Satellite beacons are frequently available for pointing ...  Read More

Computer Networks and Distributed Systems
A Near Optimal Approach in Choosing The Appropriate Physical Machines for Live Virtual Machines Migration in Cloud Computing

Seyedeh Roudabeh Hosseini; Sepideh Adabi; Reza Tavoli

Volume 1, Issue 3 , August 2015, , Pages 23-32

Abstract
  Migration of Virtual Machine (VM) is a critical challenge in cloud computing. The process to move VMs or applications from one Physical Machine (PM) to another is known as VM migration. In VM migration several issues should be considered. One of the major issues in VM migration problem is selecting an ...  Read More

Computer Networks and Distributed Systems
Hierarchal Grouping Strategy with Adaptive Power Tuning in ZigBee Wireless Sensor Networks

Mehran Pourmohammad Abdollahi; Javad Musevi Niya; Payman Mahmoudi Biroun

Volume 2, Issue 1 , February 2016, , Pages 27-36

Abstract
  Designing wireless sensor networks should meet appropriate parameters such as quality of service (QoS) defined by different users. The variable physical conditions of the environment, processing and transmission power limitations and limited communication capabilities are the most important obstacles ...  Read More

Computer Networks and Distributed Systems
E2DR: Energy Efficient Data Replication in Data Grid

Kobra Bagheri; Mehran Mohsenzadeh

Volume 2, Issue 3 , August 2016, , Pages 27-34

Abstract
  Abstract— Data grids are an important branch of gird computing which provide mechanisms for the management of large volumes of distributed data. Energy efficiency has recently emerged as a hot topic in large distributed systems. The development of computing systems is traditionally focused on performance ...  Read More

Pattern Analysis and Intelligent Systems
Sports Result Prediction Based on Machine Learning and Computational Intelligence Approaches: A Survey

Milad Keshtkar Langaroudi; Mohammadreza Yamaghani

Volume 5, Issue 1 , February 2019, , Pages 27-36

Abstract
  In the current world, sports produce considerable statistical information about each player, team, games, and seasons. Traditional sports science believed science to be owned by experts, coaches, team managers, and analyzers. However, sports organizations have recently realized the abundant science available ...  Read More

An Improved Semantic Schema Matching Approach

Zahra Sheikhnajdy; Mehran Mohsenzadeh; Mashalah Abbasi Dezfuli

Volume 1, Issue 1 , February 2015, , Pages 29-36

Abstract
  Schema matching is a critical step in many applications, such as data warehouse loading, Online Analytical Process (OLAP), Data mining, semantic web [2] and schema integration. This task is defined for finding the semantic correspondences between elements of two schemas. Recently, schema matching has ...  Read More

Pattern Analysis and Intelligent Systems
Improvement of effort estimation accuracy in software projects using a feature selection approach

Zahra Shahpar; Vahid Khatibi; Asma Tanavar; Rahil Sarikhani

Volume 2, Issue 4 , November 2016, , Pages 31-38

Abstract
  In recent years, utilization of feature selection techniques has become an essential requirement for processing and model construction in different scientific areas. In the field of software project effort estimation, the need to apply dimensionality reduction and feature selection methods has become ...  Read More

Software Engineering and Information Systems
Dynamic Replication based on Firefly Algorithm in Data Grid

mehdi Sadeghzadeh

Volume 3, Issue 1 , February 2017, , Pages 31-38

Abstract
  In data grid, using reservation is accepted to provide scheduling and service quality. Users need to have an access to the stored data in geographical environment, which can be solved by using replication, and an action taken to reach certainty. As a result, users are directed toward the nearest version ...  Read More

Pattern Analysis and Intelligent Systems
A new approach for data visualization problem

MohammadReza Keyvanpour; Mona Soleymanpour

Volume 1, Issue 4 , November 2015, , Pages 33-42

Abstract
  Data visualization is the process of transforming data, information, and knowledge into visual form, making use of humans’ natural visual capabilities which reveals relationships in data sets that are not evident from the raw data, by using mathematical techniques to reduce the number of dimensions ...  Read More

Pattern Analysis and Intelligent Systems
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 , May 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