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Non-Localized Physical Processes Can Help Speed Up Computations, Be It Hidden Variables In Quantum Physics Or Non-Localized Energy In General Relativity, Michael Zakharevich, Olga Kosheleva, Vladik Kreinovich 2022 SeeCure Systems, Inc.

Non-Localized Physical Processes Can Help Speed Up Computations, Be It Hidden Variables In Quantum Physics Or Non-Localized Energy In General Relativity, Michael Zakharevich, Olga Kosheleva, Vladik Kreinovich

Departmental Technical Reports (CS)

While most physical processes are localized -- in the sense that each event can only affect events in its close vicinity -- many physicists believe that some processes are non-local. These beliefs range from more heretic -- such as hidden variables in quantum physics -- to more widely accepted, such as the non-local character of energy in General Relativity. In this paper, we attract attention to the fact that non-local processes bring in the possibility of drastically speeding up computations.


How Viscosity Of An Asphalt Binder Depends On Temperature: Theoretical Explanation Of An Empirical Dependence, Edgar Daniel Rodriguez Velasquez, Vladik Kreinovich 2022 Universidad de Piura in Peru (UDEP)

How Viscosity Of An Asphalt Binder Depends On Temperature: Theoretical Explanation Of An Empirical Dependence, Edgar Daniel Rodriguez Velasquez, Vladik Kreinovich

Departmental Technical Reports (CS)

Pavement must be adequate for all the temperatures, ranging from the winter cold to the summer heat. In particular, this means that for all possible temperatures, the viscosity of the asphalt binder must stay within the desired bounds. To predict how the designed pavement will behave under different temperatures, it is desirable to have a general idea of how viscosity changes with temperature. Pavement engineers have come up with an empirical approximate formula describing this change. However, since this formula is purely empirical, with no theoretical justification, practitioners are often somewhat reluctant to depend on this formula. In this paper, …


Graph Approach To Uncertainty Quantification, Hector A. Reyes, Cliff Joslyn, Vladik Kreinovich 2022 The University of Texas at El Paso

Graph Approach To Uncertainty Quantification, Hector A. Reyes, Cliff Joslyn, Vladik Kreinovich

Departmental Technical Reports (CS)

Traditional analysis of uncertainty of the result of data processing assumes that all measurement errors are independent. In reality, there may be common factor affecting these errors, so these errors may be dependent. In such cases, the independence assumption may lead to underestimation of uncertainty. In such cases, a guaranteed way to be on the safe side is to make no assumption about independence at all. In practice, however, we may have information that a few pairs of measurement errors are indeed independent -- while we still have no information about all other pairs. Alternatively, we may suspect that for …


Why In Mond -- Alternative Gravitation Theory -- A Specific Formula Works The Best: Complexity-Based Explanation, Olga Kosheleva, Vladik Kreinovich 2022 The University of Texas at El Paso

Why In Mond -- Alternative Gravitation Theory -- A Specific Formula Works The Best: Complexity-Based Explanation, Olga Kosheleva, Vladik Kreinovich

Departmental Technical Reports (CS)

Based on the rotation of the stars around a galaxy center, one can estimate the corresponding gravitational acceleration -- which turns out to be much larger than what Newton's theory predicts based on the masses of all visible objects. The majority of physicists believe that this discrepancy indicates the presence of "dark" matter, but this idea has some unsolved problems. An alternative idea -- known as Modified Newtonian Dynamics (MOND, for short) is that for galaxy-size distances, Newton's gravitation theory needs to be modified. One of the most effective versions of this idea uses so-called simple interpolating function. In this …


(R1958) On Deferred Statistical Convergence Of Fuzzy Variables, Ömer Kişi, Mehmet Gürdal, Ekrem Savaş 2022 Bartin University

(R1958) On Deferred Statistical Convergence Of Fuzzy Variables, Ömer Kişi, Mehmet Gürdal, Ekrem Savaş

Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)

In this paper, within framework credibility theory, we examine several notions of convergence and statistical convergence of fuzzy variable sequences. The convergence of fuzzy variable sequences such as the notion of convergence in credibility, convergence in distribution, convergence in mean, and convergence uniformly virtually certainly via postponed Cesàro mean and a regular matrix are researched using fuzzy variables. We investigate the connections between these concepts. Significant results on deferred statistical convergence for fuzzy variable sequences are thoroughly investigated.


(R1509) Topsis And Vikor Methods For Spherical Fuzzy Soft Set Aggregating Operator Framework, M. Palanikumar, K. Arulmozhi, Lejo J. Manavalan 2022 Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences

(R1509) Topsis And Vikor Methods For Spherical Fuzzy Soft Set Aggregating Operator Framework, M. Palanikumar, K. Arulmozhi, Lejo J. Manavalan

Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)

The Spherical Fuzzy Soft (SFS) set is a generalization of the Pythagorean fuzzy soft set and the intuitionistic fuzzy soft set. We introduce the concept of aggregating SFS decision matrices based on aggregated operations. The techniques for order of preference by similarity to ideal solution (TOPSIS) and viekriterijumsko kompromisno rangiranje (VIKOR) for the SFS approaches are the strong points of multi criteria group decision making (MCGDM), which is various extensions of fuzzy soft sets. We define a score function based on aggregating TOPSIS and VIKOR methods to the SFS-positive and SFS-negative ideal solutions. The TOPSIS and VIKOR methods provide decision-making …


(R1978) Heated Laminar Vertical Jet Of Psudoplastic Fluids-Against Gravity, Manisha Patel, M. G. Timol 2022 Sarvajanik College of Engineering and Technology

(R1978) Heated Laminar Vertical Jet Of Psudoplastic Fluids-Against Gravity, Manisha Patel, M. G. Timol

Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)

A heated laminar jet of Pseudo-plastic fluid flowing vertically upwards from a long narrow slit into a region of the same fluid which is at a rest and at a uniform temperature is considered. The governing non-linear Partial differential equations (PDEs) for the defined flow problem are transformed into non-linear ordinary differential equations using the effective similarity technique-one parameter deductive group theory method. The obtained non-linear coupled Ordinary differential equations are solved and the results are presented by graphs. The effect of the Prandtl number and Grashof number on the velocity and temperature of the jet flow is discussed. Also, …


(R1886) Effect Of Aggregation Function In Moma-Plus Method For Obtaining Pareto Optimal Solutions, Alexandre Som, Abdoulaye Compaoré, Kounhinir Somé, Blaise Somé 2022 Université Joseph Ki-Zerbo

(R1886) Effect Of Aggregation Function In Moma-Plus Method For Obtaining Pareto Optimal Solutions, Alexandre Som, Abdoulaye Compaoré, Kounhinir Somé, Blaise Somé

Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)

In this work, we have proposed some variants of MOMA-Plus method that we have numerically tested for the resolution of nonlinear multiobjective optimization problems. This MOMA-Plus method and variants differ from each other by the choice of aggregation functions in order to reduce the number of objective functions. The theoretical results allowing us to use these aggregation functions to transform multiobjective optimization problems into single objective optimization problems are proved by two theorems. This study has highlighted the advantages of each aggregation function according to the type of Pareto front of the optimization problem. Six benchmarks test problems have been …


(R1885) Analytical And Numerical Solutions Of A Fractional-Order Mathematical Model Of Tumor Growth For Variable Killing Rate, N. Singha, C. Nahak 2022 Pandit Deendayal Energy University

(R1885) Analytical And Numerical Solutions Of A Fractional-Order Mathematical Model Of Tumor Growth For Variable Killing Rate, N. Singha, C. Nahak

Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)

This work intends to analyze the dynamics of the most aggressive form of brain tumor, glioblastomas, by following a fractional calculus approach. In describing memory preserving models, the non-local fractional derivatives not only deliver enhanced results but also acknowledge new avenues to be further explored. We suggest a mathematical model of fractional-order Burgess equation for new research perspectives of gliomas, which shall be interesting for biomedical and mathematical researchers. We replace the classical derivative with a non-integer derivative and attempt to retrieve the classical solution as a particular case. The prime motive is to acquire both analytical and numerical solutions …


(R1979) Permanent Of Toeplitz-Hessenberg Matrices With Generalized Fibonacci And Lucas Entries, Hacène Belbachir, Amine Belkhir, Ihab-Eddine Djellas 2022 RECITS Laboratory

(R1979) Permanent Of Toeplitz-Hessenberg Matrices With Generalized Fibonacci And Lucas Entries, Hacène Belbachir, Amine Belkhir, Ihab-Eddine Djellas

Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)

In the present paper, we evaluate the permanent and determinant of some Toeplitz-Hessenberg matrices with generalized Fibonacci and generalized Lucas numbers as entries.We develop identities involving sums of products of generalized Fibonacci numbers and generalized Lucas numbers with multinomial coefficients using the matrix structure, and then we present an application of the determinant of such matrices.


(R1518) The Dual Spherical Curves And Surfaces In Terms Of Vectorial Moments, Süleyman Şenyurt, Abdussamet Çalışkan 2022 Ordu University

(R1518) The Dual Spherical Curves And Surfaces In Terms Of Vectorial Moments, Süleyman Şenyurt, Abdussamet Çalışkan

Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)

In the article, the parametric expressions of the dual ruled surfaces are expressed in terms of the vectorial moments of the Frenet vectors. The integral invariants of these surfaces are calculated. It is seen that the dual parts of these invariants can be stated by the real terms. Finally, we present examples of the ruled surfaces with bases such as helix and Viviani’s curves.


(R1888) On The Mackey-Glass Model With A Piecewise Constant Argument, Mehtap Lafci Büyükkahraman 2022 Uşak University

(R1888) On The Mackey-Glass Model With A Piecewise Constant Argument, Mehtap Lafci Büyükkahraman

Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)

In this paper, we deal with the Mackey-Glass model with piecewise constant argument. Because the corresponding difference equation is the difference solution of the equation, the difference equation can clearly predict the dynamic behavior of the equation. So, we look at how the difference equation behaves.We study the asymptotic stability of the equilibrium point of the difference equation and it is obtained that this point is a repeller under some conditions. Also, it is shown that every oscillatory solution of the difference equation has semi-cycles of length at least two, and every oscillatory solution of the difference equation is attracted …


(R1500) Type-I Generalized Spherical Interval Valued Fuzzy Soft Sets In Medical Diagnosis For Decision Making, M. Palanikumar, K. Arulmozhi 2022 Annamalai University

(R1500) Type-I Generalized Spherical Interval Valued Fuzzy Soft Sets In Medical Diagnosis For Decision Making, M. Palanikumar, K. Arulmozhi

Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)

In the present communication, we introduce the concept of Type-I generalized spherical interval valued fuzzy soft set and define some operations. It is a generalization of the interval valued fuzzy soft set and the spherical fuzzy soft set. The spherical interval valued fuzzy soft set theory satisfies the condition that the sum of its degrees of positive, neutral, and negative membership does not exceed unity and that these parameters are assigned independently. We also propose an algorithm to solve the decision making problem based on a Type-I generalized soft set model. We introduce a similarity measure based on the Type-I …


Exploring The Attitudes Of Computer Science Students Towards Virtual Reality To Promote Computational Thinking And Programming Skills Using Sentiment Analysis During Covid-19 Pandemic, Sri Divya Reddy Mettu 2022 Southern University and A&M College

Exploring The Attitudes Of Computer Science Students Towards Virtual Reality To Promote Computational Thinking And Programming Skills Using Sentiment Analysis During Covid-19 Pandemic, Sri Divya Reddy Mettu

COVID-19 Research Symposium - Student Publications

Global education has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, much like every other industry. All educational institutions were briefly shut down during the outbreak to stop the spread of COVID-19 and lower the risk of infection for students. The collapse of global affairs disrupted students and educators worldwide. The pandemic has forced educational institutions to reconsider how they deliver their courses and shift their focus to emerging technology.


Data Visualization, Dimensionality Reduction, And Data Alignment Via Manifold Learning, Andrés Felipe Duque Correa 2022 Utah State University

Data Visualization, Dimensionality Reduction, And Data Alignment Via Manifold Learning, Andrés Felipe Duque Correa

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The high dimensionality of modern data introduces significant challenges in descriptive and exploratory data analysis. These challenges gave rise to extensive work on dimensionality reduction and manifold learning aiming to provide low dimensional representations that preserve or uncover intrinsic patterns and structures in the data. In this thesis, we expand the current literature in manifold learning developing two methods called DIG (Dynamical Information Geometry) and GRAE (Geometry Regularized Autoencoders). DIG is a method capable of finding low-dimensional representations of high-frequency multivariate time series data, especially suited for visualization. GRAE is a general framework which splices the well-established machinery from kernel …


Systems Approach Explains Why Low Heart Rate Variability Is Correlated With Depression (And Suicidal Thoughts), Francisco Zapata, Eric Smith, Vladik Kreinovich 2022 The University of Texas at El Paso

Systems Approach Explains Why Low Heart Rate Variability Is Correlated With Depression (And Suicidal Thoughts), Francisco Zapata, Eric Smith, Vladik Kreinovich

Departmental Technical Reports (CS)

Depression is a serious medical problem. If diagnosed early, it can usually be cured, but if left undetected, it can lead to suicidal thoughts and behavior. The early stages of depression are difficult to diagnose. Recently, researchers found a promising approach to such diagnosis -- it turns out that depression is correlated with low heart rate variability. In this paper, we show that the general systems approach can explain this empirical relation.


An Argument In Favor Of Piecewise-Constant Membership Functions, Marina Tuyako Mizukoshi, Weldon Lodwick, Martine Ceberio, Olga Kosheleva, Vladik Kreinovich 2022 Federal University of Goias

An Argument In Favor Of Piecewise-Constant Membership Functions, Marina Tuyako Mizukoshi, Weldon Lodwick, Martine Ceberio, Olga Kosheleva, Vladik Kreinovich

Departmental Technical Reports (CS)

Theoretically, we can have membership functions of arbitrary shape. However, in practice, at any given moment of time, we can only represent finitely many parameters in a computer. As a result, we usually restrict ourselves to finite-parametric families of membership functions. The most widely used families are piecewise linear ones, e.g., triangular and trapezoid membership functions. The problem with these families is that if we know a nonlinear relation y = f(x) between quantities, the corresponding relation between membership functions is only approximate -- since for piecewise linear membership functions for x, the resulting membership function for y is not …


Data Processing Under Fuzzy Uncertainty: Towards More Accurate Algorithms, Marina Tuyako Mizukoshi, Weldon Lodwick, Martine Ceberio, Olga Kosheleva, Vladik Kreinovich 2022 Federal University of Goias

Data Processing Under Fuzzy Uncertainty: Towards More Accurate Algorithms, Marina Tuyako Mizukoshi, Weldon Lodwick, Martine Ceberio, Olga Kosheleva, Vladik Kreinovich

Departmental Technical Reports (CS)

Data that we process comes either from measurements or from experts -- or from the results of previous data processing that were also based on measurements and/or expert estimates. In both cases, the data is imprecise. To gauge the accuracy of the results of data processing, we need to take the corresponding data uncertainty into account. In this paper, we describe a new algorithm for taking fuzzy uncertainty into account, an algorithm that, for small number of inputs, leads to the same or even better accuracy than the previously proposed methods.


Standard Interval Computation Algorithm Is Not Inclusion-Monotonic: Examples, Marina Tuyako Mizukoshi, Weldon Lodwick, Martine Ceberio, Olga Kosheleva, Vladik Kreinovich 2022 Federal University of Goias

Standard Interval Computation Algorithm Is Not Inclusion-Monotonic: Examples, Marina Tuyako Mizukoshi, Weldon Lodwick, Martine Ceberio, Olga Kosheleva, Vladik Kreinovich

Departmental Technical Reports (CS)

When we usually process data, we, in effect, implicitly assume that we know the exact values of all the inputs. In practice, these values comes from measurements, and measurements are never absolutely accurate. In many cases, the only information about the actual (unknown) values of each input is that this value belongs to an appropriate interval. Under this interval uncertainty, we need to compute the range of all possible results of applying the data processing algorithm when the inputs are in these intervals. In general, the problem of exactly computing this range is NP-hard, which means that in feasible time, …


Which Interval-Valued Alternatives Are Possibly Optimal If We Use Hurwicz Criterion, Marina Tuyako Mizukoshi, Weldon Lodwick, Martine Ceberio, Vladik Kreinovich 2022 Federal University of Goias

Which Interval-Valued Alternatives Are Possibly Optimal If We Use Hurwicz Criterion, Marina Tuyako Mizukoshi, Weldon Lodwick, Martine Ceberio, Vladik Kreinovich

Departmental Technical Reports (CS)

In many practical situations, for each alternative i, we do not know the corresponding gain xi, we only know the interval [li,ui] of possible gains. In such situations, a reasonable way to select an alternative is to choose some value α from the interval [0,1] and select the alternative i for which the Hurwicz combination α*ui + (1 − α)*li is the largest possible. In situations when we do not know the user's α, a reasonable idea is to select all alternatives that are optimal for some α. In this paper, we describe a feasible algorithm for such a selection.


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