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Vysion Software, Isaias Hernandez-Dominguez Jr, Chander Luderman Miller 2024 Eastern Washington University

Vysion Software, Isaias Hernandez-Dominguez Jr, Chander Luderman Miller

2024 Symposium

Vision loss presents significant challenges in daily life. Existing solutions for blind and visually impaired individuals are often limited in functionality, expensive, or complex to use. Vysion Software addresses this gap by developing a user-friendly, all-in-one AI companion app that provides features including text summarization, real-time audio descriptions, and AI-enhanced navigation. This project details the development plan, initial functionalities, and future vision for Vysion Software.


Welcome To Cheney App, Timothy Nelson, Nolan Posey, Tanner Stephenson, Daniel Palmer, Matthew Matriciano 2024 Eastern Washington University

Welcome To Cheney App, Timothy Nelson, Nolan Posey, Tanner Stephenson, Daniel Palmer, Matthew Matriciano

2024 Symposium

Welcome to Cheney is a non-profit organization committed to fostering communication, connection, and action within the city of Cheney. Their primary purpose is to provide timely and accurate information to the residents of Cheney. Welcome to Cheney has tried utilizing other forms of social media such as Facebook and Instagram to share information, but their presence is being overshadowed amidst the noise on those platforms. Therefore, the intention of this project is to develop a mobile app with the sole purpose of being a reliable means of sharing important information with the residents of Cheney.

The information being shared on …


The Effects Of Using Artificial Intelligence Techniques In The Security Work System, Abdalla Alnaqbi 2024 Journal of Police and Legal Sciences

The Effects Of Using Artificial Intelligence Techniques In The Security Work System, Abdalla Alnaqbi

Journal of Police and Legal Sciences

The goal of the research is to shed light on the techniques of artificial intelligence in the work of experts and groups, and to achieve this goal by seeking to search for the concept of artificial intelligence, as well as the classification of artificial intelligence, and clarifying the role of artificial intelligence in organizations and bodies, and it also reached the definition of the positive and cooperative effects of artificial intelligence in... the job. And the. The researcher followed the descriptive model of analysis in order to achieve the objectives of the study, and the study reached one of the …


Criminal Confrontation Of The Crime Committed Via An Automated Robot In Libyan And Emirati Law, . Mashaallah Alzwae 2024 Journal of Police and Legal Sciences

Criminal Confrontation Of The Crime Committed Via An Automated Robot In Libyan And Emirati Law, . Mashaallah Alzwae

Journal of Police and Legal Sciences

Today's world is witnessing an important development in telecommunications, information technology and computers that has resulted in what are known as automated robots as one of the most important applications of artificial intelligence and has increased reliance on them in various areas of life for the importance of the services they provide to humanity. However, such robots may be used to commit an offence and the study therefore aims to determine the effectiveness of legal texts in the face of the offence from which they may occur. The study required an analytical and comparative approach by analysing and comparing the …


“The Role Of Modern Technologies In Effective Management Of Crowds”, Ayman El-Din 2024 Journal of Police and Legal Sciences

“The Role Of Modern Technologies In Effective Management Of Crowds”, Ayman El-Din

Journal of Police and Legal Sciences

Scientists started to think about the importance of developing crowd management methods, because of human gatherings - in different countries - have been accompanied by lots of disasters that have killed many and resulted in many injuries. Gathering crowd data is vital in the process of managing crowds, as crowd information contributes significantly to planning and decision-making processes and increasing communication between parties interacting with them, and data collected includes "the number of crowd members, crowd density, and problems that may occur”. Technology and technical awareness play an important role in “collecting, organizing, analyzing” real-time collected data of crowd. This …


Authenticated Diagnosing Of Covid-19 Using Deep Learning-Based Ct Image Encryption Approach, Mohamed Attia Abdelgwad, Amira Hassan Abed, Mahmoud bahloul 2024 Future University in Egypt, Egypt

Authenticated Diagnosing Of Covid-19 Using Deep Learning-Based Ct Image Encryption Approach, Mohamed Attia Abdelgwad, Amira Hassan Abed, Mahmoud Bahloul

Future Computing and Informatics Journal

Researchers are motivated to use artificial intelligence in biometrics, medical imaging encryption, as well as cybersecurity due to its rapid progress. An encryption method for CT scans—which are used to diagnose COVID-19 disease—is proposed in this study. The suggested encryption method creates a connection among an individual's face picture and CT image to increase confidentiality. The simple CT picture is first enhanced with a host image. An encryption key is multiplied by the final result. This key is produced by applying a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) to recognize characteristics from people's face photographs. Additionally, a straightforward CNN with three convolutional …


Segmentation And Classification Of Left Ventricular Abnormalities In Cardiac Mri Using Initial Point Prediction Based Deformable Model, Md. Asadur Rahman, Md. Al Noman, A. B. M. Aowlad Hossain 2024 Military Institute of Science and Technology

Segmentation And Classification Of Left Ventricular Abnormalities In Cardiac Mri Using Initial Point Prediction Based Deformable Model, Md. Asadur Rahman, Md. Al Noman, A. B. M. Aowlad Hossain

Future Computing and Informatics Journal

The shape of the left ventricle (LV) of a cardiac magnetic resonance image (CMRI) helps physicians to diagnose different cardiac abnormalities. The similarity of pixel intensity and shape of LV with neighbor tissues, the imprecision of boundaries, and the presence of noise are the challenges to accurate segmentation of LV. This paper contributes to the successful implementation of an automatic edge contouring method to segment LV area from CMRI and detect whether the ventricle belongs to abnormalities. This method proposes the regression-based artificial neural network to predict the possible initial position of the deformable edge-based active contour model for precise …


Microservices Architecture: Evolution, Realizing Benefits, And Addressing Challenges In The Modern Software Era -A Systematic Literature Review, Linah M. Elnaghi, Ramadan Moawad 2024 future university in egypt

Microservices Architecture: Evolution, Realizing Benefits, And Addressing Challenges In The Modern Software Era -A Systematic Literature Review, Linah M. Elnaghi, Ramadan Moawad

Future Computing and Informatics Journal

This paper explores the world of modern software development and the rising popularity of microservices architecture. Microservices, a modern approach, brings benefits like scalability, Reusability, and fault tolerance. challenging traditional monolithic approaches.This survey involves a detailed comparison, unraveling the motivations behind the wide usage of microservices. This paper extracts insights from a diverse range of studies, presenting a clear and accessible synthesis of the key benefits and challenges associated with microservices architecture. Through a methodical analysis of these factors, the study aims to discern the most pivotal advantages and challenges within the domain of microservices. Steering away from complicated terminology, …


Analysing User Experience Of Mobile Banking Applications In Nigeria: A Text Mining Approach, Omotosho Babatunde S. 2024 Central Bank of Nigeria

Analysing User Experience Of Mobile Banking Applications In Nigeria: A Text Mining Approach, Omotosho Babatunde S.

CBN Journal of Applied Statistics (JAS)

This paper analyses textual data mined from 37,460 reviews written by mobile banking application users in Nigeria over the period November 2012 – July 2020. On a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being the best), the average user rating for the twenty-two apps included in our sample is 3.5; with the apps deployed by non-interest banks having the highest average rating of 4.0 and those by commercial banks with national authorisation having the least rating of 3.4. Results from the sentiment analysis reveal that the share of positive sentiment words (17.8%) in the corpus more than double that of …


Sscm: Self-Secured Cloud Model In Irrigation System, Tahani M. Allam Dr. Tahani Allam 2024 Tanta University - Faculty of Engineering

Sscm: Self-Secured Cloud Model In Irrigation System, Tahani M. Allam Dr. Tahani Allam

Journal of Engineering Research

The safe installation and startup of irrigation system which linked to the Internet of Things (IoT) over the Internet is a challenging subject to address. This article addresses the safe Internet-based verified configuration of irrigation system in order to offer further value-added services. After reviewing the safe self-configuration constraints imposed on Cloud and IoT technologies, present a Cloud-based architecture that allows IoT devices to communicate with many federated Cloud services. Talk about two scenarios and how federated cloud architecture and one cloud environment interact with Internet of Things devices. The proposed self-secured cloud model of intelligent irrigation strategies for efficient …


The Essential Guide To Playing And Creating Music Online Together, Rebekah Wilson 2024 Source Elements

The Essential Guide To Playing And Creating Music Online Together, Rebekah Wilson

Journal of Network Music and Arts

No abstract provided.


Telematic Performance In Electronic Dance Music (Edm), Yongsi Wang 2024 Independent Researcher and Artist

Telematic Performance In Electronic Dance Music (Edm), Yongsi Wang

Journal of Network Music and Arts

This paper aims to discuss to what extent telematic performances within the framework of the “Beyond Time and Space - London Tokyo Online 2023” initiative serve as a comparative paradigm to physical live performances, particularly in the domains of technical exigencies, artistic expression, and audience engagement.

Central to this study is the “Beyond Time and Space - London Tokyo Online 2023” event, a simultaneous, interactive electronic live music performance connecting physical venues in London and Tokyo. Through JackTrip and Open Broadcaster Software (OBS), this event aspired to explore the applicability and limitations of telematic technology in live electronic music performance …


Kompost*Klang*Küche*: Telematic Worlding With Glitch, HannaH Vyborg Walter, Robert Torche, Cedric Spindler, Eric Larrieux, Patrick Muller 2024 Mycelium; Institute for Computer Music and Sound Technology, Zurich University of the Arts

Kompost*Klang*Küche*: Telematic Worlding With Glitch, Hannah Vyborg Walter, Robert Torche, Cedric Spindler, Eric Larrieux, Patrick Muller

Journal of Network Music and Arts

This paper explores concepts and practices of telematic performances, particularly through the lens of the project kompost*klang*küche*. It emphasizes spatial discontinuity within networked artistic collaborations, as opposed to immersive continuity.

Telematic performance formats utilize network technologies to facilitate low latency artistic endeavors across geographical divides, creating a complex interplay between local, remote, and intermediary spaces. In this context, we interpret spatial configurations from a phenomenological point of view as telematic SPACE in which technical components are in place in three spaces (local, remote and intermediary space) while practiced, embodied and inhabited in an anthropological space, where the overlay and dynamics …


How To Be In Two Places At Once: A Search For The Immersive Experience In Renaissance Music And Visual Arts., Andrew Hallock 2024 Independent Researcher

How To Be In Two Places At Once: A Search For The Immersive Experience In Renaissance Music And Visual Arts., Andrew Hallock

Journal of Network Music and Arts

Immersion is a hot topic, but it is often invoked in a vague or shallow way. This essay aims to arrive at a more nuanced consideration of the immersive experience by presenting some perhaps surprising arguments from the past—from Renaissance music and visual arts—drawing parallels with our own time, and positing that the Network Arts can take inspiration from this history to enhance its own immersive endeavours. Four interrelated topics serve as the basis for this investigation: miniature devotionalia, polyphonic canons, anamorphic puzzles, and early cosmology. By using perspective to disclose hidden meanings, ideas, and realities, these varied practices draw …


Connectivity, Presence, And Time: A Pedagogical Experience With Telematic Music, Cássia Carrascoza Bomfim, Alexandre Ficarelli, Danilo Rossetti 2024 University of São Paulo

Connectivity, Presence, And Time: A Pedagogical Experience With Telematic Music, Cássia Carrascoza Bomfim, Alexandre Ficarelli, Danilo Rossetti

Journal of Network Music and Arts

This article aims to discuss the notions of connectivity, presence, and time in the specific context of telematic music. To do so, we describe the work of the Telematic Ensemble LaFlauta, formed by students and professors from the University of São Paulo, Ribeirão Preto campus, for performance at the NowNet Arts Conference 2023.4 This work involved rehearsals and performances of three compositions dedicated to the group: Virtual Studies (2023) by Paulo C. Chagas, Modules 2 - My Words (2023) by Cássia Carrascoza, and Textural Studies (2023) by Danilo Rossetti. We conclude that the positive results of telematic music in a …


Editorial, Sarah Weaver 2024 Stony Brook University

Editorial, Sarah Weaver

Journal of Network Music and Arts

No abstract provided.


Artificial Intelligence For Authentication Through Mental Profiling Technique, Nawaf Mazloum, Christine Abou-Saleh, Hassan Mazloum, Charles Anosike 2024 Charisma University, United Kingdom

Artificial Intelligence For Authentication Through Mental Profiling Technique, Nawaf Mazloum, Christine Abou-Saleh, Hassan Mazloum, Charles Anosike

BAU Journal - Science and Technology

A new approach to user authentication using mental profiling saw light, which is a technique that involves measuring an individual's cognitive abilities and psychological traits to create a unique profile, using Artificial Intelligence techniques. These profiles can then be used to identify users securely and efficiently, even in the presence of sophisticated attacks, by harnessing AI-driven systems for mental profile creation and user authentication.

After reviewing the existing literature on authentication and mental profiling, it presents a new mental profiling test that is specifically designed for authentication purposes. The test was evaluated on a sample of 100 users, and results …


Control And Management Of The Balance Of Active And Reactive Power In A Power Supply System With A Solar Power Plant, Narzullo Nuriddinovich Mirzoyev, Siroj Sobirovich Nurov 2024 Bukhara Engineering-Technological Institute, Address: 200100, Q.Murtazaev street, 15. Bukhara region, Bukhara, Republic of Uzbekistan. E-mail: narzullomirzoyev2606@gmail.com, Phone: +998914048577.

Control And Management Of The Balance Of Active And Reactive Power In A Power Supply System With A Solar Power Plant, Narzullo Nuriddinovich Mirzoyev, Siroj Sobirovich Nurov

Chemical Technology, Control and Management

This article discusses the development of a measurement and control system for monitoring and managing the balance of active and reactive power at power plants based on “Green” energy sources. Monitoring and management of the balance of active and reactive power based on a measurement and control system, calculated expressions are developed to solve the problem of reactive power compensation when transmitting electricity at power plants based on “green” energy sources. Reactive power is calculated based on measured active power, and combined reactive power sources generate the reactive power required by the network based on control signals. Schemes for connecting …


Decision-Making Algorithms For Drilling Instrument Control Systems, Fuzayl Fozil ugli Odilov 2024 Tashkent State Technical University. Address: 2 Universitetskaya st., 100095, Tashkent city, Republic of Uzbekistan. E-mail: texnolog.asu@gmail.com.

Decision-Making Algorithms For Drilling Instrument Control Systems, Fuzayl Fozil Ugli Odilov

Chemical Technology, Control and Management

The control of the movement of the drilling tool and the structure of the well are considered. An effective control algorithm for drilling systems that provides control of well trajectory parameters is analyzed. In technological processes, it is necessary to control several parameters or several systems at the same time. It is considered necessary to create decision-making algorithms for the formation of managerial effects for the control system of such technological processes. The controlled oriented type of the bottom of the drill string was analyzed. Work was carried out on the decision-making algorithm for the processing of control effects. The …


Matrix Processing With Photonic Analog Computing, James Michael Garofolo 2024 Rowan University

Matrix Processing With Photonic Analog Computing, James Michael Garofolo

Theses and Dissertations

In the digital age, a wide variety of engineering problems have been solved, to a great deal of success, by digital computing techniques. The flexibility of software and relatively low cost of digital computing hardware make it an ideal starting point for solving a majority of tasks, and the numerical stability of software solutions make it highly appealing as the major workhorse for computational tasks. Despite this, many problems are actually suboptimally solved by digital methods, leading to systems with high latency, low throughput, power hungry parallel processing units and an excess of memory for discretizing sensor inputs. Computational photonic …


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