5th International Conference on Computers Communications and Control, ICCCC2014
Hotel President, Băile Felix, Oradea, România, May 7-9, 2014
Organized by Agora University of Oradea,
ICCCC2014 Keynote Speakers
Prof. Yong SHI
University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
- Executive Deputy Director, CAS Research Center on Fictitious Economy & Data Science
- Associate Dean, School of Management, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
Shi Yong is a Professor and Distinguished Chair of Information Technology, College of Information Science and Technology, University of Nebraska at Omaha. He also holds the title of Honorary Professor of a number of universities in China, such as Southwest Petroleum Institute, Xi’an Petroleum Institute, Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications, East China Normal University, Chinese University of Electronic Sciences, and Xi’an JiaoTong University. Dr. Shi won many awards and honors, such as Outstanding Young Scientist Award (National Science Foundation of China, 2001); Member of Overseas Assessor for CAS (2000); and Speaker of Distinguished Visitors Program (DVP) (IEEE Computer Society, 1997-2000). Dr. Shi's current research interests are data mining, information overload, optimal system designs, multiple criteria decision making, decision support systems, and information and telecommunications management. He has published numerous papers in the field of multiple criteria and multiple constraint-level (MC2) linear programming. He is the Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Information Technology and Decision Making and an Area Editor of International Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management.
Title of invited lecture: Big Data, Big Data Mining and Data Science
Abstract. At present, Big Data becomes reality that no one can ignore. Big Data is our environment whenever we need to make a decision. Big Data is a buzz word that makes everyone understands how important it is. Big Data shows a big opportunity for academia, industry and government. Big Data then is a big challenge for all parties. This talk will discuss some fundamental issues of Big Data problems, such as data heterogeneity vs. decision heterogeneity, data stream research and data-driven decision management. Furthermore, this talk will provide a number of real-life Bid Data Applications. In the conclusion, the talk suggests a number of open research problems in Data Science, which is a growing field beyond Big Data.
National Reasearch University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia
- Department of Mathematics | Subdepartment of Higher Mathematics: Subdepartment Head, Professor
- School of Applied Mathematics and Information Science: Academic Supervisor
- Laboratory for Experimental and Behavioural Economics: Chief Research Fellow
- International Laboratory of Decision Choice and Analysis: Laboratory Head
Title of invited lecture: Choice Procedures in Big Data Analysis
Abstract. A set of choice procedures is presented for an analysis of big data, specially, in the search problem. These procedures include different versions of a superposition of super-threshold choice rules, and several other rules, including Pareto-rule and uni-criterial rule.
It is shown that the proposed procedures perform better than known procedures, e.g., Support Vector Machines. A comparison of different procedures on Microsoft Data is presented.
University of Toulouse 1, France
- IRIT- Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse
Pascale Zaraté is a Professor at Toulouse 1 Capitole University. She conducts her researches at the IRIT laboratory (http://www.irit.fr). She holds a Ph.D. in Computer Sciences / Decision Support from the LAMSADE laboratory at the Paris Dauphine University, Paris (1991). She also holds a Master degree in Computer Science from the Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France (1986); as well as a Bachelors degree Toulouse, France (1982). Pascale Zaraté’s current research interests include: Decision Support Systems; distributed and asynchronous decision making processes; knowledge modelisation; cooperative knowledge based systems; cooperative decision making. She is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Decision Support System Technology (IGI Global). Since 2000, she is head of the Euro Working Group on DSS (www.euro-online.org). She published several studies and works: one book, edited two books, edited 11 special issues in several international journals, two proceedings of international conferences, 22 papers in several international journals, two papers in national journals, five chapters in collective books, 26 papers in international conferences. She belongs the Editorial Scientific Committee of three International Journals: Journal of Decision System (Lavoisier), ComSIS, Intelligent Decision Technologies (IOSPress). She was chairing the IFIP TC8/WG8.3 conference devoted to Collaborative Decision Making (http://www.irit.fr/CDM08).
Title of invited lecture: Tools for Collaborative Decision Making
Abstract. Decision-making has evolved recently thanks to the introduction of information and communication technologies in many organizations, which has led to new kinds of decision-making processes, called “collaborative decision-making”, at the organizational and cognitive levels. The author will present the development of the decision-making process in organizations. Decision-aiding and its paradigm of problem solving are defined, showing how decision-makers now need to work in a cooperative way. Definitions of cooperation and associated concepts such as collaboration and coordination are given and a framework of cooperative decision support systems is presented, including intelligent DSS, cooperative knowledge-based systems, workflow, group support systems, collaborative engineering, integrating with a collaborative decision-making model in part or being part of global projects. Several models and experimental studies are also included showing that these new processes have to be supported by new types of tools, several of which are described in order to calculate or simulate solutions or global solutions for decision-making modification. Definitions and new trends for these models are given, along with types of systems.
Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania
- Corresponding Member of Romanian Academy
Prof. Ioan Dumitrache, graduated the Faculty of Energetics, University "Politehnica" of Bucharest (UPB), Romania, 1962, Polytechnic Institute from Worcester, SUA, 1969, Fullbright Fellow-1971 and has a Ph.D. in Technical Physics (UPB, 1970).Since then his research and teaching activities covered an large area of automatic control techniques, electronic control, genetic algorithms, advance control algorithms, intelligent control systems, intelligent control of industrial robots, concurrent engineering.He is the author of more then 250 published papers, editor of 14 books as: Intelligent Manufacturing Systems 1995, Supplementary Ways for Improving International Stability 1998, Large Scale Systems: Theory and Applications 2001 and contributed to more then 20 books in these fields.
Title of invited lecture: From Computer Controlled Processes to Intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems
Abstract: The real progresses in computer to computer (C2C), mobile, ad-hoc and wireless communication, in the development of Internet-based service-oriented platforms as well as in sensors and actuators technologies, allows now the creation of wireless sensors and actuators networks (WSAN), which, interacting with embedded control systems give a new dimension and creates new challenges for control applications.
Actually, there are created the technological premises for solving the problem of global optimization for complex processes, including communication, data/ information processing aspects and real-time control.
Quality of Control (QoC) and Quality of Services are designed as integrated behavioral attributes for such networked control systems.
But it is necessary to develop also a new approach in modeling and analysis of such systems, in order to take full advantage from the technology. Such an approach is supposed to take into consideration all dynamical and energetic aspects related to physical processes, integrated with data and information processing and communication performances, as they appear in such networked real-time complex systems.
Naturally evolving from C2 (computer from control), through C4 (computer, communication and cognition for control), the Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) paradigm represents the most recent integrative concept which is providing the framework for abstraction and modeling, design and analysis of complex systems, including physical systems, WSAN, (embedded) control systems and computers.
CPS are engineered systems that are built from and depend upon the synergy of computational and physical components. They bring together two innovation areas: embedded systems and global digital networks. Networked systems are included today in all infrastructures, giving them features of intelligence, but making them, at the same time, more vulnerable.
In this paper will be highlighted relevant aspects of the evolution of control system theory and technology, from C2 towards CPS, underlining the main challenges and research directions and the connections with other fields of interest as mathematics, physics, biology and neurology, which should be taken into account by engineers in order to relies reliable, intelligent, flexible, smart CPS.
There are also included some special applications of CPS in power systems, mobility and advanced production, underlining their high potential for innovation and sustainability.
- Full Member of Romanian of the Romanian Academy,
- President of "Information Science and Technology" Section of Romanian Academy,
Acad. Florin Gheorghe Filip (b. July 25, 1947) is graduate degree and M.Sc. in Control Eng. & Computer Science (1970), Ph.D. in Automation (1982), Senior Researcher (1990), Full Professor (1998) and Ph.D. Supervisor (1993).
Still very young he became corresponding member of the Romanian Academy (in 1991, when he was only 44 years old), and at 52 years old (1999) become full member in the highest cultural and scientific forum of Romania, something that is extremely rare in the ”world of immortals”.
Professor Filip is a Member of the Romanian Academy (1999) and 10 years (2000- 2010) he was Vice- President of the Romanian Academy, and since 2010 was elected a President of the Section ”Information Science and Technology” of Romanian Academy.
Academician Filip presently is General Director of the Romanian Academy Library and President of the Section ”Information Science and Technology” of Romanian Academy (since 2010).
He is also Doctor Honoris Causa of Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu (2000); Valahia University, Targoviste (2007); Ovidius University, Constanta (2007); Ecolle Centrale de Lille (France) (2007); Technical University Traian Vuia, Timisoara (2009); Agora University of Oradea (2012).
The scientific and managerial contributions of Professor Filip consist of more than 200 scientific papers published in scientific journals and conference proceedings, 6 monographs, 20 volumes edited in different languages like Romanian, French and English and the coordination of more than 50 scientific projects. He is member and coordinator of numerous prestigious professional associations, like IFAC, SiE, ATIC, SRAIT and others. He was member in the scientific committees of more than 60 international conferences and congresses and member in editorial boards of more than 10 ISI scientific journals, at two being chief editor.
Keynote Lecture: Evolutions in System Solutions and IT&Cs for Sustainable Development and Enterprise Integration
Objectives of the Talk:
- To introduce the concepts and methodological challenges of sustainable development and integrated enterprise and information systems .
- To review several
- – concepts and reported results on Green Manufacturing Systems (GMS);
- – methodological solutions for management and control of complex Large –scale Systems (LSS);
- – Integration issues : concepts and standards
- – modern trends in IC&T ( Information &Communication Technologies).
- To forecast advanced IT-based solutions.