International Journal of Computers, Communications & Control (IJCCC) (INT J COMPUT COMMUN )

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International Journal of Computers, Communications & Control (IJCCC) is published from 2006 and has 4 issues per year, edited by CCC Publications, powered by Agora University Editing House, Oradea, Romania. We offer free online access to the full content of the journal. The printed version of the journal should be ordered, by subscription, and will be delivered by regular mail. IJCCC is directed to the international communities of scientific researchers from the universities, research units and industry. IJCCC publishes original and recent scientific contributions in the following fields: Computing & Computational Mathematics; Information Technology & Communications; Computer–based Control. To differentiate from other similar journals, the editorial policy of IJCCC encourages especially the publishing of scientific papers that focus on the convergence of the 3 "C" (Computing, Communication, Control). IJCCC also publishes: papers dedicated to the works and life of some remarkable personalities; reviews of some recent important published books. Also, IJCCC will publish as supplementary issues the proceedings of some international conferences or symposiums on Computers, Communications and Control, scientific events that have reviewers and program committee.

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    ABSTRACT: In order to stimulate and optimize the organization and management of innovative clusters from value chain perspective and guide their planning activities towards a differentiation strategy in which cluster members cooperate, we propose a Cloud Service Management System (CSMS) that provides IT services for these innovative clusters companies that can be customized for both enterprises with the associated clusters. Within such a system, actors begin to depend one on another and to take advantage of the local knowledge base. Each cluster is designed to have a different profile which will integrate all the companies mapped with it, with the objective of keeping the profile and data for each company. For the existing companies the idea is to migrate their services into the related cluster for integration within CSMS. Thus, our proposed CSMS will consider and meet different quality of services (QoS) parameters of each individual enterprise and service which will be included in specific Service Level Agreements (SLAs), after the negotiation between the cloud service provider and the CSMS. Realizing that technological progress is at the heart of regional development and decision-makers could support the development of technology clusters towards transforming them into regional innovative clusters, the application of our proposal aims to overcome existing bottlenecks in terms of business strategies and regional development policies in the North-West region of Romania.
    International Journal of Computers, Communications & Control (IJCCC) 08/2014; 9(4):453-462.
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    ABSTRACT: In order to stimulate and optimize the organization and management of innovative clusters from value chain perspective and guide their planning activities towards a differentiation strategy in which cluster members cooperate, we propose a Cloud Service Management System (CSMS) that provides IT services for these innovative clusters companies that can be customized for both enterprises with the associated clusters. Within such a system, actors begin to depend one on another and to take advantage of the local knowledge base. Each cluster is designed to have a different profile which will integrate all the companies mapped with it, with the objective of keeping the profile and data for each company. For the existing companies the idea is to migrate their services into the related cluster for integration within CSMS. Thus, our proposed CSMS will consider and meet different quality of services (QoS) parameters of each individual enterprise and service which will be included in specific Service Level Agreements (SLAs), after the negotiation between the cloud service provider and the CSMS. Realizing that technological progress is at the heart of regional development and decision-makers could support the development of technology clusters towards transforming them into regional innovative clusters, the application of our proposal aims to overcome existing bottlenecks in terms of business strategies and regional development policies in the North-West region of Romania.
    International Journal of Computers, Communications & Control (IJCCC) 08/2014; 9(4):453-462.
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    ABSTRACT: A syllabus is a set of courses, their prerequisites and a set of rules defining the continuance of a student in an academic program. The manual verification of the possible contradictions between prerequisites and the set of rules is a difficult task due to the large number of possible cases. In this article we present the different stages in the verification of a syllabus, its modelling and analysis using Petri nets, and suggested ways in which this may be used by the university administration in the decision making process
    International Journal of Computers, Communications & Control (IJCCC) 08/2014; 9(4):397:407.
  • International Journal of Computers, Communications & Control (IJCCC) 04/2014; 9(3):325-339.
  • International Journal of Computers, Communications & Control (IJCCC) 01/2014; 9(6):694-702.
  • International Journal of Computers, Communications & Control (IJCCC) 01/2014; 9(4):482-496.
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    ABSTRACT: The problem studied in this paper is the management of vehicle routing in case of emergency. It is decomposed into two parts. The first one deals with the emergency planning in the event of receiving a set of requests for help after a major disaster such as in the case of an earthquake, hurricane, flood, etc. The second part concerns the treatment of contingency as the arrival of a new request or the appearance of a disturbance such as breakdowns of vehicles, the malfunction of roads, availability of airports, etc. To solve this problem we proposed a multi-agents approach using a guided genetic algorithm for scheduling vehicle routing and local search for the management of contingencies. The main objectif of our approach was to maximizing the number of saved people and minimizing the costs of the rescue operation. This approach was tested with the modified Solomon benchmarks and gave good results.
    International Journal of Computers, Communications & Control (IJCCC) 10/2013; 8(5):769.