International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science (INT J AP MAT COM-POL)

Publisher: Uniwersytet Zielonogórski; Lubuskie Towarzystwo Naukowe

Journal description

The International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science is a quarterly published jointly by the University of Zielona óra and the Lubuskie Scientific Society in Zielona óra, Poland, since 1991. The Journal strives to meet the demand for the presentation of interdisciplinary research concerned with applications of mathematical methods to computer science and engineering. It publishes high quality original research results in the following areas: mathematical methods in computer science and engineering; modern control theory and applications; artificial intelligence techniques; applied mathematics and mathematical optimization techniques.

Current impact factor: 1.39

Impact Factor Rankings

2015 Impact Factor Available summer 2015
2013 / 2014 Impact Factor 1.39
2012 Impact Factor 1.008
2011 Impact Factor 0.487
2010 Impact Factor 0.794
2009 Impact Factor 0.684

Impact factor over time

Impact factor

Additional details

5-year impact 1.15
Cited half-life 5.10
Immediacy index 0.17
Eigenfactor 0.00
Article influence 0.26
Website International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science (AMCS) website
Other titles International journal of applied mathematics and computer science (Online)
ISSN 1641-876X
OCLC 54678624
Material type Document, Periodical, Internet resource
Document type Internet Resource, Computer File, Journal / Magazine / Newspaper

Publications in this journal

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    ABSTRACT: In this paper, integral sliding mode control ideas are combined with direct control allocation in order to create a fault tolerant control scheme. Traditional integral sliding mode control can directly handle actuator faults; however, it cannot do so with actuator failures. Therefore, a mechanism needs to be adopted to distribute the control effort amongst the remaining functioning actuators in cases of faults or failures, so that an acceptable level of closed-loop performance can be retained. This paper considers the possibility of introducing fault tolerance even if fault or failure information is not provided to the control strategy. To demonstrate the efficacy of the proposed scheme, a high fidelity nonlinear model of a large civil aircraft is considered in the simulations in the presence of wind, gusts and sensor noise.
    International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science 01/2015; 25(1):93-102. DOI:10.1515/amcs-2015-0007
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    ABSTRACT: The object of heuristic algorithms is to produce an optimum solution for solving a problem. When the number of variables in the problem is high the Heuristic Algorithms are used. In this article the goal is to find an optimum layout for JK Flip Flop for minimizing the average power. There are twenty MOSFETs with different channel widths. They make a twenty dimensional search space which are independent decision variables. Motivated by the convergence of Ant Colony Optimization in real domain (ACOR) and Genetic Algorithm (GA) and the link of MATLAB with HSPICE Software the optimized layout of JK Flip Flop is obtained. Based on ACOR, Fuzzy-ACOR, GA, Fuzzy-GA algorithms the best resulting JK Flip Flop layout in CMOS Technology with supply voltage of 5v has the average power consumption of 1.6 nW with Fuzzy-ACOR.
    International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science 11/2014; 14(1):Page : 1-15.
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    ABSTRACT: Modeling and performance prediction are becoming increasingly important issues in the design and operation of computer communications systems. In this paper a review is carried out on how Tandem queuing models with Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation have been applied so far into the performance evaluation of Communication Networks. Queuing network models with finite/infinite capacity buffers and blocking have been applied as more realistic models of systems with finite capacity resources. First we review basic properties of exponential queuing systems, and then give an overview of recent progress made in the areas of dynamic bandwidth allocation for tandem queuing network models and performance measures.
    International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science 10/2014; 18(8):13-19.
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    ABSTRACT: The popularity of TCP/IP has resulted in an increase in usage of best-effort networks for real-time communication. Much effort has been spent to ensure quality of service for soft real-time traffic over IP networks. The Internet Engineering Task Force has proposed some architecture components, such as Active Queue Management (AQM). The paper investigates the influence of the weighted moving average on packet waiting time reduction for an AQM mechanism: the RED algorithm. The proposed method for computing the average queue length is based on a difference equation (a recursive equation). Depending on a particular optimality criterion, proper parameters of the modified weighted moving average function can be chosen. This change will allow reducing the number of violations of timing constraints and better use of this mechanism for soft real-time transmissions. The optimization problem is solved through simulations performed in OMNeT++ and later verified experimentally on a Linux implementation
    International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science 09/2014; 24(3):697–707. DOI:10.2478/amcs-2014-0051
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    ABSTRACT: Speech segmentation is an essential stage in designing automatic speech recognition systems and one can find several algorithms proposed in the literature. It is a difficult problem, as speech is immensely variable. The aim of the authors’ studies was to design an algorithm that could be employed at the stage of automatic speech recognition. This would make it possible to avoid some problems related to speech signal parametrization. Posing the problem in such a way requires the algorithm to be capable of working in real time. The only such algorithm was proposed by Tyagi et al. (2006), and it is a modified version of Brandt’s algorithm. The article presents a new algorithm for unsupervised automatic speech signal segmentation. It performs segmentation without access to information about the phonetic content of the utterances, relying exclusively on second-order statistics of a speech signal. The starting point for the proposed method is time-varying Schur coefficients of an innovation adaptive filter. The Schur algorithm is known to be fast, precise, stable and capable of rapidly tracking changes in second order signal statistics. A transfer from one phoneme to another in the speech signal always indicates a change in signal statistics caused by vocal track changes. In order to allow for the properties of human hearing, detection of inter-phoneme boundaries is performed based on statistics defined on the mel spectrum determined from the reflection coefficients. The paper presents the structure of the algorithm, defines its properties, lists parameter values, describes detection efficiency results, and compares them with those for another algorithm. The obtained segmentation results, are satisfactory.
    International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science 06/2014; 24(2):259-270. DOI:10.2478/amcs-2014-0019
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    ABSTRACT: The paper presents the training problem of a set of neural nets to obtain a (gain-scheduling, adaptive) multivariable neural controller for control of a nonlinear MIMO dynamic process represented by a mathematical model of Low-Frequency (LF) motions of a drillship over the drilling point at the sea bottom. The designed neural controller contains a set of neural nets that determine values of its parameters chosen on the basis of two measured auxiliary signals. These are the ship’s current forward speed measured with respect to water and the systematically calculated difference between the course angle and the sea current (yaw angle). Four different methods for synthesis of multivariable modal controllers are used to obtain source data for training the neural controller with parameters reproduced by neural networks. Neural networks are designed on the basis of 3650 modal controllers obtained with the use of the pole placement technique after having linearized the model of LF motions made by the vessel at its nominal operating points in steady states that are dependent on the specified yaw angle and the sea current velocity. The final part of the paper includes simulation results of system operation with a neural controller along with conclusions and final remarks.
    International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science 06/2014; 24(2). DOI:10.2478/amcs-2014-0027