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A Rule-Based Expert System for Automatic Question Classification in Mathematics Adaptive Assessment on Indonesian Elementary School Environment

Umi Laili Yuhana, Siti Rochimah, Eko Mulyanto Yuniarno, Aliia Rysbekova, Alex Tormasi, Laszlo T. Koczy, Mauridhi Hery Purnomo
2019 International Journal of Innovative Computing, Information and Control  
The rules of the best performing algorithm were utilized by a knowledge base for inference.  ...  Following the knowledge engineering principles, these algorithms generated the classification rules based on a pattern of the data.  ...  AND O = '−' then N3 = N1 − N2; • Rule 3: if N2 = '?' AND O = '+' then N2 = N3 − N1; • Rule 4: if N2 = '?' AND O = '−' then N2 = N1 − N3; • Rule 5: if N1 = '?'  ... 
doi:10.24507/ijicic.15.01.143 fatcat:ttmhs5chbvbkrhuxra5fjcx5vy

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine Inter-scorer Reliability Program: Sleep Stage Scoring

Richard S. Rosenberg, Steven Van Hout
2013 Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine (JCSM)  
More than 2,500 scorers, most with 3 or more years of experience, participated. The analysis determined agreement with the score chosen by the majority of scorers.  ...  study objectives: The program provides a unique opportunity to compare a large number of scorers with varied levels of experience to determine sleep stage scoring agreement.  ...  of experience.  ... 
doi:10.5664/jcsm.2350 pmid:23319910 pmcid:PMC3525994 fatcat:mefohwjhybg3zb7bvw6fvf6zda

Distributed Provenance Compression

Chen Chen, Harshal Tushar Lehri, Lay Kuan Loh, Anupam Alur, Limin Jia, Boon Thau Loo, Wenchao Zhou
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 ACM International Conference on Management of Data - SIGMOD '17  
packet(@n3,n1,n3, data ) r2@n3 recv(@n3,n1,n3, data ) rn} is a distributed event-driven linear program (DELP), if Prog satisfies the following three conditions: • Each rule is event-driven.  ...  Figure 9 shows the total storage usage with continuous packet insertion. We ran the experiment for 100 seconds and took a snapshot of the storage every 10 seconds.  ...  relation e is denoted e(@ι, c), or ev in shorthand; an instance of a slowchanging relation b is denoted as b(@ι, c) or B (thus we write B1:: · · · ::Bn to denote the slow-changing tuples used to execute rule  ... 
doi:10.1145/3035918.3035926 dblp:conf/sigmod/ChenLLAJLZ17 fatcat:6eachukjrbcsvpjk4coi7dixpm

A Heuristic Algorithm for Automatic Classification of Ring River

Chengming Li, Yong Yin, Zhiwei Hao, Xiaoli Liu
2018 Journal of Physics, Conference Series  
Based on this, this paper establishes the attributes of river classification, its geometric rules and ring rules, and classifies different ring types for the existing in river system.  ...  Determine main stem with geometric features The rule of geometric features combines length information with angle information to determine the main stem.  ...  The experiment environment is a personal computer with Windows 7 system (64-bit), which has Intel Core i7-6700 (3.40GHz) CPU, and 4GB RAM.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1742-6596/960/1/012012 fatcat:hya4r6p7tbh6hizj5mwjfbpx2y

DEXTER: A system that experiments with choices of training data using expert knowledge in the domain of DNA hydration

Dawn M. Cohen, Casimir Kulikowski, Helen Berman
1995 Machine Learning  
For the domain expert interested in using the induced rules to understand data, DEXTER's explicit use of knowledge provides several advantages that other data selection techniques do not.  ...  To generate an experiment, it examines the results of previous experiments, and uses domain knowledge and domain independent heuristics to select and modify a previous experiment.  ...  It did this because in generating these experiments, it could not use any of its other rules for selecting the number of classes.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf00993380 fatcat:vmkeh7u7xrbq7omfmmytjdhyna

Link Prediction based on Tensor Decomposition for the Knowledge Graph of COVID-19 Antiviral Drug

Ting Jia, Yuxia Yang, Xi Lu, Qiang Zhu, Kuo Yang, Xuezhong Zhou
2022 Data Intelligence  
Compared with CP-N3, the mean reciprocal rank (MRR) is increased by 3.3% and compared with ComplEx-N3, the MRR is increased by 3.5%.  ...  ., CP-N3 and ComplEx-N3). Sufficient experiments indicated that our method obtained high performance (MRR=0.2328).  ...  RNNLogic [21] learns logic rules for reasoning on KGs. It treats logic rules as a latent variable, and simultaneously trains a rule generator as well as a reasoning predictor with logic rules.  ... 
doi:10.1162/dint_a_00117 fatcat:dtalgo4uwfc5bhcij42x66qhgq

Edge detection in MRI of head scans using fuzzy logic

K. Somasundaram, K. Ezhilarasan
2012 2012 IEEE International Conference on Advanced Communication Control and Computing Technologies (ICACCCT)  
The edge pixels should be dark and at least one of its neighbors should be bright, with this condition we have framed the 32 rules for detecting the edge points.  ...  I 32 FUZZY RULES S.No. Rule Diagram 1. N1=1 N2& N3&N4&N5&N6&N7&N8=0 2. N2=1 N1&N3&N4&N5&N6&N7&N8=0 3. N3=1 N1&N2&N4&N5&N6&N7&N8=0 4. N4=1 N1&N2&N3&N5&N6&N7&N8=0 5.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icaccct.2012.6320756 fatcat:25zonywoazhzfocqpqjpr3p6pa

mmWave Backhaul Testbed Configurability Using Software-Defined Networking

Ricardo Santos, Konstantin Koslowski, Julian Daube, Hakim Ghazzai, Andreas Kassler, Kei Sakaguchi, Thomas Haustein
2019 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
We implement the SDN-based reconfiguration operations in a testbed with four nodes, each equipped with multiple mmWave interfaces that can be mechanically steered to connect to different neighbors.  ...  However, conducting and precisely controlling reconfiguration experiments over real mmWave multihop networks is a challenging task.  ...  The reconfiguration procedure consists in aligning N1's interface with N3 (through a 70 ∘ rotation), establishing a new N1-N3 link, and updating the previous installed forwarding rules to match the new  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/8342167 fatcat:4ziv4ssutracjnwj24zpthwt3y

Lerdahl and Jackendoff's Grouping Structure Rules in the Performance of a Hindemith Sonata

Jose A. Ordoñana, Ana Laucirica
2010 The Spanish Journal of Psychology  
The participants of this experiment are three medium level female Conservatory students. They performed the aforementioned piece after studying it for a whole trimester.  ...  Differences were observed in the placement of said limits by the different groups but all of them respected the set of rules formulated by Lerdahl and Jackendoff.  ...  She carried out two experiments: in the first one, she used Western music compositions (from Bach to Stravinsky) and, in the second one, she contrasted the rules with simple melodic sequences in which  ... 
doi:10.1017/s113874160000370x fatcat:y77zf2ku3bbfnd4uoxviuvgzle

Arabic to English Machine Translation of Verb Phrases Using Rule-Based Approach

2012 Journal of Computer Science  
An experiment was performed which involves comparison with two other machine translation systems namely Syzran and Google.  ...  An experiment performed involves comparison with two other machine translation systems namely Syzran and Google. The accuracy of the result of the designed system is 93%.  ...  Transfer rule 13: This rule states that for any verbal sentence, it has the pattern: [V N1 N2 N3] and its verb start with ‫.'ن'‬ It should be transferred into the pattern: [PRON V N1 N3 N2].  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2012.277.286 fatcat:u76qwdphw5e65em2yi54iyzola

Phytoplankton Cell Size Reduction in Response to Warming Mediated by Nutrient Limitation

Kalista Higini Peter, Ulrich Sommer, Mary O'Connor
2013 PLoS ONE  
Here we present an experiment with a factorial combination of temperature and nutrient stress which shows that most of the temperature effects on phytoplankton cell size are mediated via nutrient stress  ...  rule (TSR) [5] .  ...  A metaanalysis of monoculture studies with protists found on average a 2.5% shrinkage per uC [5] , which is far less than the size trends observed in-situ and in experiments with naturally mixed plankton  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0071528 pmid:24039717 pmcid:PMC3764198 fatcat:gosqanttjnd23if2j5rluejthy

A Semantic Policy Management Environment for End-Users and Its Empirical Study [chapter]

Anna V. Zhdanova, Joachim Zeiß, Antitza Dantcheva, Rene Gabner, Sandford Bessler
2009 Studies in Computational Intelligence  
The implementation of such a policy editor has at its core a semantic reasoner operating on N3 rules and a simple web-based user interface.  ...  In particular, we detail a part of the PME, the policy acquisition tool that enables non-expert users to create and modify semantic policy rules.  ...  All the rules are acquired from and stored into the policy engine's decision space. Applications In this section, we describe applications of the ontology-based PME and our experiences with them.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02184-8_17 fatcat:b4w2ot7qrvbilbt6g3tavj4o4m

CHR as grammar formalism. A first report

Henning Christiansen
2001 arXiv   pre-print
Grammars written as Constraint Handling Rules (CHR) can be executed as efficient and robust bottom-up parsers that provide a straightforward, non-backtracking treatment of ambiguity.  ...  Abduction with integrity constraints as well as other dynamic hypothesis generation techniques fit naturally into such grammars and are exemplified for anaphora resolution, coordination and text interpretation  ...  One of the rules is the following. exp(N0,N1), token(+,N1,N2), exp(N2,N3) ==> exp(N0,N3).  ... 
arXiv:cs/0106059v1 fatcat:adizlw65ovapxhsozysc4p2i54

Direct NMR Evidence that Transient Tautomeric and Anionic States in dG·dT Form Watson–Crick-like Base Pairs

Eric S. Szymanski, Isaac J. Kimsey, Hashim M. Al-Hashimi
2017 Journal of the American Chemical Society  
) that are in concordance with replicative and translational errors.  ...  exceptionally short-lived and low-abundance species form Watson-Crick like base pairs, their conformation could not be directly deduced from the experimental data, and alternative pairing geometries could not be ruled  ...  cannot be ruled out. 22 Figure 2 . 2 Figure 2.  ... 
doi:10.1021/jacs.7b01156 pmid:28290687 pmcid:PMC5581979 fatcat:meeykagv6fbafjlkii326hu3j4

Exploring melody space in a live context using declarative functional programming

Thomas Greve Kristensen
2014 Proceedings of the 2nd ACM SIGPLAN international workshop on Functional art, music, modeling & design - FARM '14  
] (semitone note next-note) (scaleo next-note scale-rest notes)))) With this rule, it is possible for us to write a logic program to generate C-major.  ...  (fresh [next-note] (semitone note next-note) (scaleo next-note scale-rest notes)))) With this rule, it is possible for us to write a logic program to generate C-major.  ...  (logic-program instrument-state melody2))))) ( new-composition)))))) The system The system Experiments  ... 
doi:10.1145/2633638.2633646 dblp:conf/icfp/Kristensen14 fatcat:zyej3t2eibbjfj2b3umiwshm6y
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