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This booklet gathers the conscientiously reviewed court cases of the nineteenth foreign convention on structures technology, offering fresh learn findings within the components of synthetic Intelligence, desktop studying, Communication/Networking and data know-how, keep watch over idea, determination aid, picture Processing and computing device imaginative and prescient, Optimization strategies, development reputation, Robotics, provider technology, Web-based companies, doubtful structures and Transportation platforms. The overseas convention on platforms technology was once held in Wroclaw, Poland from September 7 to nine, 2016, and addressed a number issues, together with platforms idea, keep an eye on thought, computing device studying, man made intelligence, sign processing, conversation and data applied sciences, transportation platforms, multi-robotic platforms and unsure structures, in addition to their purposes. the purpose of the convention is to supply a platform for verbal exchange among younger and validated researchers and practitioners, fostering destiny joint learn in structures science.
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To perform the optimization task, one of the Biologically Inspired Algorithms (BIA), called Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO), was used. The main reason of choosing the BIAs is their excellent ability to optimize various problems. This approach can lead to solving the optimization problem in a different way in comparison to classical optimization methods . 4 Optimization of Parameters by Particle Swarm Optimization PSO algorithm represents a popular biological inspired method, which is frequently used for optimization problems.
For a given universe U the family of all possible relations described on U is denoted by Φ. In this family the well-known algebraic operations of sets sum ( [ ), intersection ( \ ) and asymmetrical (\) and symmetrical (÷) difference can directly be applied to the relations. In particular, a negation of relation ¬Ξ is deﬁned as asymmetrical difference U\Ξ. It directly follows that for any Ξ it is Ξ [ (¬Ξ) = U and Ξ \ (¬Ξ) = ∅. If Ξ is a relation described on U then any subset S & Ξ is called a sub-relation of Ξ.
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