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Papers Published at MIC-CNIT 2010
All 7 Papers
IDAuthors and TitlePages
18.Cnf-10 Mr. Muamer Mohammed
Dr. Norrozila Sulaiman
Mr. Osama A. Muhsin
A novel intrusion detection system by using intelligent data mining in WEKA environment
1-4
18.Cnf-15 Prof. Khireddine Abdelkrim
Mr. Djamel Derardja
Mr. J. Salvestrini
Artificial intelligence applied for a telecommunication satellite
5-9
18.Cnf-22 Mr. Jiri Libich
Prof. Stanislav Zvanovec
Thermal Influences of Buildings on Availability of Free Space Optical Links
10-13
18.Cnf-24 Mr. Saifur R. Sabuj
Mr. Md S. Islam
Suppression of intercarrier interference using self-cancellation data conjugate scheme in MIMO-OFDM system
14-18
18.Cnf-25 Mr. Saifur R. Sabuj
Mr. Zulfiker Mahmud
Mr. M. E. Mollah
Suppression ICI Self-Cancellation Technique in OFDM using ADS
19-22
18.Cnf-26 Mr. Majid Naghmash
Prof. Mohd F. Ain
Mr. Yin H. Chye
Low-power decimation filter design for SDR receiver applications
23-27
18.Cnf-39

GS Citations

Dr. Cinzia Bernardeschi
Dr. Luca Cassano
Dr. Andrea Domenici
Dr. Paolo Masci
Analysis of FPGAs Using the SAN formalism
28-33
18.Cnf-15 Paper View Page
Title Artificial intelligence applied for a telecommunication satellite
Authors Prof. Khireddine Abdelkrim, University of Béjaïa, Annaba, Algeria
Mr. Djamel Derardja, , ,
Mr. J. Salvestrini, , ,
Abstract Optimum and uninterrupted operation of industrial mechanisms can not be sought without a system that allows, in one side, to prevent at an early stage the abnormalities that could appear in the different parts of the equipment and, in the other side, to diagnosis rapidly the disorders. In the proposed system of a completed automation of the diagnosis process, reduction of the analysis-time and the intervention costs, the expert system is associated with an information acquisition system. The symptoms observation is accomplished by the information acquisition system. The reasoning representing the intelligent part of the diagnosis is accomplished by the expert system.
Track DCS: Digital Communication Systems
Conference 4th Mosharaka International Conference on Communications, Networking and Information Technology (MIC-CNIT 2010), 3-5 December 2010, Amman, Jordan
Pages 5-9
Topics Low Density Parity Check Coding
Communication Channels
ISSN 2227-331X
Paper Views 329 Paper Views Rank 73/471
Paper Downloads 238 Paper Downloads Rank 49/471
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All 7 Papers
IDAuthors and TitlePages
18.Cnf-10 Mr. Muamer Mohammed
Dr. Norrozila Sulaiman
Mr. Osama A. Muhsin
A novel intrusion detection system by using intelligent data mining in WEKA environment
1-4
18.Cnf-15 Prof. Khireddine Abdelkrim
Mr. Djamel Derardja
Mr. J. Salvestrini
Artificial intelligence applied for a telecommunication satellite
5-9
18.Cnf-22 Mr. Jiri Libich
Prof. Stanislav Zvanovec
Thermal Influences of Buildings on Availability of Free Space Optical Links
10-13
18.Cnf-24 Mr. Saifur R. Sabuj
Mr. Md S. Islam
Suppression of intercarrier interference using self-cancellation data conjugate scheme in MIMO-OFDM system
14-18
18.Cnf-25 Mr. Saifur R. Sabuj
Mr. Zulfiker Mahmud
Mr. M. E. Mollah
Suppression ICI Self-Cancellation Technique in OFDM using ADS
19-22
18.Cnf-26 Mr. Majid Naghmash
Prof. Mohd F. Ain
Mr. Yin H. Chye
Low-power decimation filter design for SDR receiver applications
23-27
18.Cnf-39

GS Citations

Dr. Cinzia Bernardeschi
Dr. Luca Cassano
Dr. Andrea Domenici
Dr. Paolo Masci
Analysis of FPGAs Using the SAN formalism
28-33
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