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  • Ant Colony with Colored Pheromones Routing for Multi Objectives Quality of Services in WSNs
    18 23 July 2010 doi 10 1109 CEC 2010 5586264 Jiming Chen Junkun Li Shibo He Youxian Sun Hsiao Hwa Chen Energy Efficient Coverage Based on Probabilistic Sensing Model in Wireless Sensor Networks IEEE Communications Letters vol 14 no 9 pp 833 835 September 2010 doi 10 1109 LCOMM 2010 080210 100770 Marco Dorigo Gianni Di Caro Luca M Gambardella Ant Algorithms for Discrete Optimization Artifical life vol 5 no 2 pp 137 172 1999 doi 10 1162 106454699568728 M Dorigo T Stützle Ant Colony Optimization MITpress 2004 Dorigo M Maniezzo V Colorni A Ant system optimization by a colony of cooperating agents IEEE Transactions on Systems Man and Cybernetics Part B Cybernetics vol 26 no 1 pp 29 41 Feb 1996 doi 10 1109 3477 484436 Dorigo M Gambardella L M Ant colony system a cooperative learning approach to the traveling salesman problem IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation vol 1 no 1 pp 53 66 Apr 1997 doi 10 1109 4235 585892 Gambardella L M Taillard E Dorigo M Ant colonies for the Quadratic Assignment Problem Journal of the Operational Research Society 50 pp 167 176 Feb 1999 doi 10 2307 3010565 Kemal Akkaya Mohamed Younis A survey on routing protocols for wireless sensor networks Ad Hoc Networks vol 3 issue 3 pp 325 349 May 2005 doi 10 1016 j adhoc 2003 09 010 Muhammad Saleem Gianni A Di Caro Muddassar Farooq Swarm intelligence based routing protocol for wireless sensor networks Survey and future directions Information Sciences vol 181 issue 20 pp 4597 4624 October 2011 doi 10 1016 j ins 2010 07 005 Sohrabi K Gao J Ailawadhi V Pottie G J Protocols for self organization of a wireless sensor network IEEE Personal Communications vol 7 no 5 pp 16 27 Oct 2000 doi 10 1109 98 878532 He T Stankovic J A Abdelzaher T F Lu C A spatiotemporal communication protocol for wireless sensor networks IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems vol 16 no 10 pp 995 1006 Oct 2005 doi 10 1109 TPDS 2005 116 Felemban E Chang Gun Lee Ekici E MMSPEED multipath Multi SPEED protocol for QoS guarantee of reliability and Timeliness in wireless sensor networks Mobile Computing IEEE Transactions on vol 5 no 6 pp 738 754 June 2006 doi 10 1109 TMC 2006 79 Yanjun Li Chung Shue Chen Ye Qiong Song Zhi Wang Youxian Sun Enhancing Real Time Delivery in Wireless Sensor Networks With Two Hop Information IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics vol 5 no 2 pp 113 122 May 2009 doi 10 1109 TII 2009 2017938 G Di Caro Ant Colony Optimization and its Application to Adaptive Routing in Telecommunication Networks Ph D thesis Faculté des Sciences Appliquées Université Libre de Bruxelles Brussels Belgium 2004 Gianni Di Caro Marco Dorigo AntNet distributed stigmergetic control for communications networks Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research JAIR vol 9 issue 1 pp 317 365 August 1998 Thomas Halva Labella and Falko Dressler A bio inspired architecture for division of labour in SANETs

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  • Prediction of Atmospheric Pressure at Ground Level using Artificial Neural Network
    ijorcs 31 2013 056 Close Abstract Prediction of Atmospheric Pressure is one important and challenging task that needs lot of attention and study for analyzing atmospheric conditions Advent of digital computers and development of data driven artificial intelligence approaches like Artificial Neural Networks ANN have helped in numerical prediction of pressure However very few works have been done till now in this area The present study developed an ANN model based on the past observations of several meteorological parameters like temperature humidity air pressure and vapour pressure as an input for training the model The novel architecture of the proposed model contains several multilayer perceptron network MLP to realize better performance The model is enriched by analysis of alternative hybrid model of k means clustering and MLP The improvement of the performance in the prediction accuracy has been demonstrated by the automatic selection of the appropriate cluster References Cited By Dutta B Ray A Pal S Patranabis D C 2009 A connectionist model for rainfall prediction Neural Parallel and Scientific Computations vol 17 pp 47 58 Haykin S Neural Networks A Comprehensive Foundation Second Edition Pearson Education 2001 Kohonen T The self organizing map Proceedings of the IEEE vol 78 no 9 pp 1464 1480 doi doi 10 1109 5 58325 Pal N R Chintalapudi K A connectionist system for feature selection Neural Parallel and Scientific Computations vol 5 pp 359 381 2007 Pal N R Pal S Das J Majumdar K SOFM MLP A hybrid neural network for atmospheric temperature prediction IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sening vol 41 pp 2783 2791 doi doi 10 1109 TGRS 2003 817225 Paras Sanjay Mathur Avinash Kumar and Mahesh Chandra A Feature Based Neural Network Model for Weather Forecasting World Academy of Science Engineering and Technology vol 34 pp 66 73

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  • From Physical to Virtual Wireless Sensor Networks using Cloud Computing
    possibilities of sharing the resources in order to ensure the availability and performance of physical sensors This paper assumes that the immense power of the Cloud can only be fully exploited if it is impeccably integrated into our physical lives The principal merit of this work is a novel architecture where users can share several types of physical sensors easily and consequently many new services can be provided via a virtualized structure that allows allocation of sensor resources to different users and applications under flexible usage scenarios within which users can easily collect access process visualize archive share and search large amounts of sensor data from different applications Moreover an implementation has been achieved using Arduino Atmega328 as hardware platform and Eucalyptus Open Stack with Orchestra Juju for Private Sensor Cloud Then this private Cloud has been connected to some famous public clouds such as Amazon EC2 ThingSpeak SensorCloud and Pachube The testing was successful at 80 The recommendation for future work would be to improve the effectiveness of virtual sensors by applying optimization techniques and other methods References Cited By C Lenzen P Sommer R Wattenhofer Optimal Clock Synchronization in Networks The 7th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems SenSys 2009 2009 doi 10 1145 1644038 1644061 J Hill R Szewczyk A Woo S Hollar D Culler K Pister System architecture directions for networked sensors International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems 2000 doi 10 1145 356989 356998 J Koo R K Panta S Bagchi L Montestruque A Tale of Two Synchronizing Clocks The 7th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems SenSys 2009 doi 10 1145 1644038 1644062 J Scott Miller Peter A Dinda Robert P Dick Evaluating A BASIC Approach To Sensor Network Node Programming The 7th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems SenSys 2009 doi 10 1145 1644038 1644054 J Shneidman P Pietzuch J Ledlie M Roussopoulos M Seltzer M Welsh Hourglass An Infrastructure for Connecting Sensor Networks and Applications Harvard Technical Report TR 21 04 2004 Kevin Klues Chieh Jan Mike Liang Jeongyeup Paek Razvan Musaloiu E Philip Levis Andreas Terzis Ramesh Govindan TOSThreads Thread Safe and Non Invasive Preemption in TinyOS The 7th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems SenSys 2009 doi 10 1145 1644038 1644052 Keiji Matsumoto Ryo Katsuma Naoki Shibata Keiichi Yasumoto Minoru Ito Extended Abstract Minimizing Localization Cost with Mobile Anchor in Underwater Sensor Networks The Fourth ACM International Workshop on UnderWater Networks WUWNet 2009 doi 10 1145 1654130 1654144 M Gaynor M Welsh S Moulton A Rowan E LaCombe and J Wynne Integrating Wireless Sensor Networks with the Grid IEEE Internet Computing Special Issue on Wireless Grids 2004 doi 10 1109 MIC 2004 18 Open Geospatial Consortium http www opengeospatial org Shuo Guo Ziguo Zhong Tian He FIND Faulty Node Detection for Wireless Sensor Networks Proc The 7th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems SenSys 2009 pp 253 266 doi 10 1145 1644038 1644064 SensorML http vast uah edu SensorML T I

    Original URL path: http://www.ijorcs.org/manuscript/id/57/maki-matandiko-rutakemwa/from-physical-to-virtual-wireless-sensor-networks-using-cloud-computing (2016-05-01)
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  • Design a New Image Encryption using Fuzzy Integral Permutation with Coupled Chaotic Maps
    using cellular automata transform Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence vol 10 issue 6 pp 581 591 1997 doi 10 1016 S0952 1976 97 00040 7 Rong Jian Chen Jui Lin Lai Image security system using recursive cellular automata substitution Pattern Recognition vol 40 issue 5 pp 1621 1631 2007 doi 10 1016 j patcog 2006 11 011 Shiguo Lian Jinsheng Sun Zhiquan Wang A block cipher based on a suitable use of the chaotic standard map Chaos Solitons Fractals vol 26 issue 1 pp 117 129 2005 doi 10 1016 j chaos 2004 11 096 H S Kwok Wallace K S Tang A fast image encryption system based on chaotic maps with finite precision representation Chaos Solitons Fractals vol 32 issue 4 pp 1518 1529 2007 doi 10 1016 j chaos 2005 11 090 H Cheng Xiaobo Li Partial encryption of compressed images and videos IEEE Transactions on Signal Processive vol 48 no 8 pp 2439 2451 2000 doi 10 1109 78 852023 Robert Matthews One the derivation of a chaotic encryption algorithm Cryptologia vol 13 issue 1 pp 29 42 1989 doi 10 1080 0161 118991863745 M S Baptista Cryptography with chaos Physics Letters A vol 240 issues 1 2 pp 50 54 1998 doi 10 1016 S0375 9601 98 00086 3 Kuo Liang Chung Lung Chun Chang Large encrypting binary images with higher security Pattern Recognition Letters vol 19 issue 5 6 pp 461 468 1998 doi 10 1016 S0167 8655 98 00017 8 Tiegang Gao Zengqiang Chen Image encryption based on a new total shuffling algorithm Chaos Solitons Fractals vol 38 issue 1 pp 213 220 2008 doi 10 1016 j chaos 2006 11 009 Fuyan Sun Shutang Liu Zhongqin Li Zongwang Lü A novel image encryption scheme based on spatial chaos map Chaos Solitons Fractals vol 38 issue 3 pp 631 640 2008 doi 10 1016 j chaos 2008 01 028 Linhua Zhang Xiaofeng Liao Xuebing Wang An image encryption approach based on chaotic maps Chaos Solitons Fractals 24 pp 759 765 2005 doi 10 1016 j chaos 2004 09 035 Kwok Wo Wong Bernie Sin Hung Kwok Wing Shing Law A fast image encryption scheme based on chaotic standard map Physics Letters A 372 15 pp 2645 2652 2008 Z H Guan F Huang W Guan Chaos based image encryption algorithm Physics Letters A 346 pp 153 157 2005 S Behnia A Akhshani H Mahmodi A Akhavan A novel algorithm for image encryption based on mixture of chaotic maps Chaos Solitons Fractals vol 35 issue 2 408 419 2008 doi 10 1016 j chaos 2006 05 011 Sahar Mazloom Amir Masud Eftekhari Moghadam Color image encryption based on coupled nonlinear chaotic map Chaos Solitons and Fractals vol 42 issue 3 pp 1745 1754 2009 doi 10 1016 j chaos 2009 03 084 Shubo Liu Jing Sun Zhengquan Xu An improved image encryption algorithm based on chaotic system Journal of Computers vol 4 no 11 pp 1091 1100 2009 doi 10 4304 jcp 4 11 1091

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  • Dynamic Map and Diffserv Based AR Selection for Handoff in HMIPv6 Networks
    Science 3 no 1 2013 35 45 doi 10 7815 ijorcs 31 2013 059 Close Abstract In HMIPv6 Networks most of the existing handoff decision mechanisms deal mainly with the selection of Mobility Anchor Point MAP ignoring the selection of access router AR under each MAP In this paper we propose a new mechanism called Dynamic MAP and Diffserv based ARs selection for Handoff in HMIPv6 networks and it deals with selecting the MAP as well as ARs MAP will be selected dynamically by checking load session mobility ratio SMR Binding update cost and Location Rate After selecting the best MAP the Diffserv approach is used to select the AR under the MAP based on its resource availability The AR is implemented at the edge router of Diffserv DiffServ can be used to provide low latency to critical network traffic such as voice or streaming media while providing simple best effort service to non critical services such as web traffic or file transfers By using this mechanism we can assure that better resource utilization and throughput can be attained during Handoff in HMIPv6 networks References Cited By Sapna Gambhir M N Doja Moinuddin and Mohit Gambhir A Novel Approach to Reduce Signaling Delay in HMIPv6 mobile Networks International Journal of Engineering and Technology Vol 1 No 1 April 2009 Tarik Taleb Abbas Jamalipour Yoshiaki Nemoto and Nei Kato DEMAPS A Load Transition Based Mobility Management Scheme for an Efficient Selection of MAP in Mobile IPv6 Networks IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology Vol 58 No 2 Feb 2009 doi 10 1109 TVT 2008 927037 Indra Vivaldi Mohd Hadi Habaebi1 Borhan Mohd Ali and V Prakash Fast Handover Algorithm For Hierarchical Mobile Ipv6 Macro Mobility Management The 9th Asia Pacific Conference on Communications APCC 2003 doi 10 1109 APCC 2003 1274434 Xavier P erez Costa and Marc Torrent Moreno A Performance Study of Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 from a System Perspective IEEE International Conference on Communications 2003 ICC 03 doi 10 1109 ICC 2003 1204221 M H Habaebi Macro micro mobility fast handover in hierarchical mobile IPv6 Computer Communications vol 29 issue 5 Elsevier 2004 doi 10 1016 j comcom 2004 12 004 Dong Guen Kim Ho Jin Shin and Dong Ryeol Shin A Network based Handover Scheme for Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 over IEEE 802 16e 10th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology ICACT 2008 doi 10 1109 ICACT 2008 4493804 Sangheon Pack Minji Nam Taekyoung Kwon Yanghee Choi An adaptive mobility anchor point selection scheme in Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 networks Computer Communications Volume 29 Issue 16 2006 doi 10 1016 j comcom 2005 11 004 Ying Hong Wang Chih Peng Hsu and Chien Shan Kuo Adaptive MAP Selection with Load Balancing Mechanism for the Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 2009 WonSik Chung and SuKyoung Lee Cost Effective MAP Selection in HMIPv6 Networks IEEE International Conference on Communications ICC 07 10 1109 ICC 2007 998 Yuh Shyan Chen and Kun Lin Wu A cross layer partner assisted handoff scheme for hierarchical mobile IPv6 in IEEE

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  • A PSO-Based Subtractive Data Clustering Algorithm
    for Applications Academic Press Inc New York 1973 Pavel Berkhin Survey of clustering data mining techniques Accrue Software Research Paper pp 25 71 2002 doi 10 1007 3 540 28349 8 2 A Carlisle G Dozier An Off The Shelf PSO In Proceedings of the Particle Swarm Optimization Workshop 2001 PP 1 6 Krzysztof J Cios Witold Pedrycz Roman W Swiniarski Data Mining Methods for Knowledge Discovery Kluwer Academic Publishers 1998 doi 10 1007 978 1 4615 5589 6 X Cui P Palathingal T E Potok Document Clustering using Particle Swarm Optimization IEEE Swarm Intelligence Symposium 2005 Pasadena California pp 185 191 doi 10 1109 SIS 2005 1501621 Eberhart R C Shi Y Comparing Inertia Weights and Constriction Factors in Particle Swarm Optimization Congress on Evolutionary Computing vol 1 2000 pp 84 88 doi 10 1109 CEC 2000 870279 Everitt B Cluster Analysis 2nd Edition Halsted Press New York 1980 A K Jain M N Murty P J Flynn Data Clustering A Review ACM ComputingSurvey Vol 31 No 3 pp 264 323 1999 doi 10 1145 331499 331504 J A Hartigan Clustering Algorithms John Wiley and Sons Inc New York 1975 Eberhart RC Shi Y Kennedy J Swarm Intelligence Morgan Kaufmann New York 2001 Mahamed G Omran Ayed Salman Andries P Engelbrecht Image classification using particle swarm optimization Proceedings of the 4th Asia Pacific Conference on Simulated Evolution and Learning 2002 Singapore pp 370 374 doi 10 1142 9789812561794 0019 S L Chiu Fuzzy model identification based on cluster estimation Journal of Intelligent and Fuzzy Systems Vol 2 No 3 1994 Salton G and Buckley C Term weighting approaches in automatic text retrieval Information Processing and Management Vol 24 No 5 pp 513 523 1988 doi 10 1016 0306 4573 88 90021 0 Song Liangtu Zhang Xiaoming Web Text Feature Extraction with Particle Swarm Optimization IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security Vol 7 No 6 2007 Selim Shokri Z K means type algorithms A generalized convergence theorem and characterization of local optimality Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence IEEE Transactions Vol 6 No 1 pp 81 87 1984 doi 10 1109 TPAMI 1984 4767478 Yuhui Shi Russell C Eberhart Parameter Selection in Particle Swarm Optimization The 7th Annual Conference on Evolutionary Programming San Diego pp pp 591 600 1998 doi 10 1007 BFb0040810 Michael Steinbach George Karypis Vipin Kumar A Comparison of Document Clustering Techniques TextMining Workshop KDD 2000 Razan Alwee Siti Mariyam Firdaus Aziz K H Chey Haza Nuzly The Impact of Social Network Structure in Particle Swarm Optimization for Classification Problems International Journal of Soft Computing Vol 4 No 4 2009 pp 151 156 Van D M Engelbrecht A P Data clustering using particle swarm optimization Proceedings of IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation 2003 Canbella Australia pp 215 220 doi 10 1109 CEC 2003 1299577 Sherin M Youssef Mohamed Rizk Mohamed El Sherif Dynamically Adaptive Data Clustering Using Intelligent Swarm like Agents International Journal of Mathematics and Computer in simulation Vol 1 No 2 2007 Rehab

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  • An Enhanced Framework for Improving Spatio-Temporal Queries for Global Positioning Systems
    of moving objects and continuous updates on these queries In this paper we propose a framework that employs a new indexing algorithm that is built on top of SQL Server 2008 and avoid the overhead related to R Tree indexing To answer range queries we utilize dynamic materialized view concept to efficiently handle update queries We propose an adaptive safe region to reduce communication costs between the client and the server and to minimize position update load Caching of results was utilized to enhance the overall performance of the framework To handle concurrent spatio temporal queries we utilize publish subscribe paradigm to group similar queries and efficiently process these requests Experiments show that the overall proposed framework performance was able to outperform R Tree index and produce promising and satisfactory results References Cited By Mohamed F Mokbel Xiaopeng Xiong Moustafa A Hammad Walid G Aref Continuous Query Processing of Spatio temporal Data Streams in PLACE Geoinformatica V 9 pp 343 365 2005 doi 10 1007 s10707 005 4576 7 Z W Yuan M Cheng H S Kim H Y Bae and J W Ge Querying Spatial temporal Data in Location Based Services 2005 Mohamed F Mokbel Continuous Query Processing in Spatio temporal Databases Springerlink p 364 367 2005 doi 10 1007 978 3 540 30192 9 10 Mohamed F Mokbel Walid G Aref Susanne E Hambrusch Sunil Prabhakar Towards Scalable Locationaware Services Requirements and Research Issues GIS 03 Proceedings of the 11th ACM international symposium on Advances in geographic information systems pp 110 117 2003 doi 10 1145 956676 956691 D Stojanov and S Dordevic Kajan Modeling and Querying Mobile Objects in Location based Services FACTA UNIVERSITATIS NI S Ser Math Inform 18 2003 59 80 Comarch technology Technology Review Comarch no 2 Poland 2009 M Koubaraki Y Theodoridis and T Sellis Spatio temporal Databases in the Years Ahead Spatio Temporal Databases Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 2520 pp 345 347 2003 doi 10 1007 978 3 540 45081 8 9 Jun Zhang Manli Zhu Dimitris Papadias Yufei Tao Dik Lun Lee Location based Spatial Queries In Proceedings of the 2003 ACM SIGMOD international conference on Management of data SIGMOD 03 ACM pp 443 454 2003 doi 10 1145 872757 872812 Blur Marketing 2011 October http blur marketing com blog trends and statistics in location based services Baihua Zheng Dik Lun Lee Semantic Caching in Location Dependent Query Processing Springer Advances in Spatial and Temporal Databases 97 113 2001 doi 10 1007 3 540 47724 1 6 Dik Lun Lee Manli Zhu Haibo Hu When Location Based Services Meet Databases ACM Mobile Information Systems vol 1 issue 2 pp 81 90 2005 Z Yuan M Cheng H Kim H Bae and J Ge Querying Spatial temporal Data in Location Based Services 2005 Mohamed F Mokbel Xiaopeing Xiong Walid G Aref SINA Scalable Incremental Processing of Continuous Queries in Spatio temporal Databases In Proceedings of the 2004 ACM SIGMOD international conference on Management of data SIGMOD 04 ACM pp 623

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  • The Design of Cognitive Social Simulation Framework using Statistical Methodology in the Domain of Academic Science
    for such cognitive system with large state space the problem like large tables and data sparsity are faced Hence in this paper we have proposed a method using a value iterative approach based on Q learning algorithm with function approximation technique to handle the cognitive systems with large state space From the experimental results in the application domain of academic science it has been verified that the proposed approach has better performance compared to its existing approaches References Cited By Newell The Knowledge level Artificial Intelligence 18 87 127 1982 doi 10 1016 0004 3702 82 90012 1 A M Nuxoll and J E Laird Extending cognitive architecture with episodic memory Proceedings of the Twenty Second AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence Vancouver BC AAAI Press 2007 I Naveh and R Sun A cognitively based simulation of academic science Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory 12 4 313 337 2006 doi 10 1007 s10588 006 8872 z J E Larid Extending the Soar cognitive architecture Proceedings of the Artificial General Intelligence Conference Memphis TN IOS Press 2008 J E Larid A Newell and P S Rosenbloom Soar An architecture for general intelligence Artificial Intelligence 33 1 64 1987 doi 10 1016 0004 3702 87 90050 6 J G Carbonell C A Knoblock and S Minton PRODIGY An integrated architecture for planning and learning In K Van Lehn Ed Architectures for intelligence Hillsdale NJ Lawrence Erlbaum 1990 J R Anderson How can the human mind exist in the physical universe New York Oxford University Press 2007 J R Anderson and C Lebiere The atomic components of thought Mahwah NJ Lawrence Erlbaum 1998 K Carley M Prietula and Z Lin Design versus cognition The interaction of agent cognition and organizational design on organizational performance Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 1 3 1998 K Haigh and M Veloso Interleaving planning and robot execution for asynchronous user requests Proceedings of the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems Osaka Japan IEEE Press 148 155 1996 doi 10 1109 IROS 1996 570649 M Velso and J G Carbonell Derivational analogy in PRODIGY Automating case acquisition storage and utilization Machine Learning 10 249 278 1993 doi dx doi org 10 1007 978 1 4615 3228 6 3 M A Perez and J G Carbonell Control knowledge to improve plan quality Proceedings of the Second International Conference on AI Planning Systems Chicago AAAI Press 323 328 1994 N Gilbert A simulation of the structure of academic science Sociological Research Online 2 2 Available online at http ww socresonline org uk socresonline 2 2 3 html 1997 P Langley K Cummings K and D Shapiro Hierarchical skills and cognitive architectures Proceedings of the Twenty Sixth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society 779 784 Chicago IL 2004 R Sun A Tutorial on CLARION 5 0 tech report Cognitive Science Dept rensselaer Polytechnic Inst 22 www cogsci rpi edu rsun sun tutorial pdf July 2003 R Sun Duality of the Mind Mahwah NJ Lawrence Erlbanm Associates 2002 R Sun

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