Mark Sh. Levin
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September 2014
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This book examines seven key combinatorial engineering frameworks (composite schemes consisting of algorithms and/or interactive procedures) for hierarchical modular (composite) systems. These frameworks are based on combinatorial optimization problems (e.g., knapsack problem, multiple choice problem, assignment problem, morphological clique problem), with the authors version of morphological design approach Hierarchical Morphological ...

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March 2013 Expert Systems with Applications: An International Journal: Volume 40 Issue 4, March, 2013
Publisher: Pergamon Press, Inc.
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The paper describes combinatorial evolution of composite systems. The approach consists of the following stages: (i) design of general hierarchical structure of the examined system; (ii) design of structures for several series system generations; (iii) extraction of changes between the system generations as a set of change items and their ...
Keywords: Composition, Multiset, Forecast, Heuristics, Modular system, Combinatorial optimization, Design, Evolution

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July 2012 Informatica: Volume 23 Issue 3, July 2012
Publisher: IOS Press
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The article describes multi-function system testing based on fusion (or revelation) of clique-like structures. The following sets are considered: (i) subsystems (system parts or units/components/modules), (ii) system functions and a subset of system components for each system function, and (iii) function clusters (some groups of system functions which are used ...
Keywords: Data Fusion, Data Streams, Graphs, Modular Systems, System Testing, Heuristics, Clique, Combinatorial Optimization

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December 2011 Advances in Engineering Software: Volume 42 Issue 12, December, 2011
Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd.
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Four-layer framework for combinatorial optimization problems/models domain is suggested for applied problems structuring and solving: (1) basic combinatorial models and multicriteria decision making problems (e.g., clustering, knapsack problem, multiple choice problem, multicriteria ranking, assignment/allocation); (2) composite models/procedures (e.g., multicriteria combinatorial problems, morphological clique problem); (3) basic (standard) solving frameworks, e.g.: ...
Keywords: Problem solving environment, Problem structuring, System design, Combinatorial optimization, Decision making, System architecture

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June 2011 IEA/AIE'11: Proceedings of the 24th international conference on Industrial engineering and other applications of applied intelligent systems conference on Modern approaches in applied intelligence - Volume Part II
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Citation Count: 2

The paper addresses redesign/improvement of a building automation system (BAS). For the sake of simplicity, the field bus technology on KNX example and WSN technologies on IEEE.15.4/Zig.Bee basis are examined. The basic system example consists of four parts: (1) IP/KNX Gateway, (2) IP/WSN 6LoWPAN Gateway, (3) ZigBee Wireless Sensor Network, ...
Keywords: heuristics, multicriteria decision making, building automation, combinatorial optimization, smart home, system design

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March 2011 IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part A: Systems and Humans: Volume 41 Issue 2, March 2011
Publisher: IEEE Press
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This correspondence paper focuses on multicriterion combinatorial models in the “last-mile” problem for selection of user's connections. The following models are considered: (1) multicriterion ranking; (2) knapsack-like problems (e.g., multicriterion multiple-choice problem); (3) clustering; and (4) hierarchical morphological synthesis based on morphological clique problem. The last-mile problem is examined from ...
Keywords: morphological design, Combinatorial optimization, last-mile problem, decision making, communications

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June 2010 IEA/AIE'10: Proceedings of the 23rd international conference on Industrial engineering and other applications of applied intelligent systems - Volume Part II
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Citation Count: 1

This paper addresses assignment of users to access points of wireless network. The considered problem is based on multicriteria assignment model. A set of examined criteria involves the following: (i) maximum of bandwidth, (ii) number of users which are under service at the same time, (iii) network reliability requirements, etc. ...
Keywords: heuristics, wireless telecommunication network, multicriteria decision making, combinatorial optimization, assignment problem

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December 2009 Informatica: Volume 20 Issue 4, December 2009
Publisher: IOS Press
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The article addresses the issues of combinatorial evolution of standards in transmission of multimedia information including the following: (a) brief descriptions of basic combinatorial models as multicriteria ranking, knapsack-like problems, clustering, combinatorial synthesis, multistage design, (b) a description of standard series (MPEG) for video information processing and a structural (combinatorial) ...
Keywords: multimedia information, system evolution, heuristics, standard, technological trajectories, combinatorial optimization, decision making, expert judgment

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March 2009 Automation and Remote Control: Volume 70 Issue 3, March 2009
Publisher: Plenum Press
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Citation Count: 6

The significance of systems configurations has been increased in many applied domains (e.g., software, hardware, manufacturing systems, communication systems, supply chain systems, solving strategies, modular planning, material engineering and combinatorial chemistry). Generally, the following kinds of systems under configuration (reconfiguration) can be examined: (a) initial data/infomation (or row materials); (b) ...

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January 2009 Journal of Integrated Design & Process Science: Volume 13 Issue 1, January 2009
Publisher: IOS Press
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In the paper, hierarchical combinatorial synthesis of Web-hosting system is described. The composition problem is examined as analysis and selection of system component alternatives (e.g., hardware alternatives, software alternatives, communication alternatives). The modular design process is based on Hierarchical Morphological Multicriteria Design (HMMD) approach: (i) design of a tree-like model ...
Keywords: composition, modular system, morphological design, hierarchy, web-based system

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July 2008 COMPSAC '08: Proceedings of the 2008 32nd Annual IEEE International Computer Software and Applications Conference
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Four-layer framework of combinatorial problems/models is suggested for applied problems structuring and solving: (1) basic combinatorial models and multicriteria DM-models (e.g., ranking, clustering, knapsack problem, multiple choice problem, multicriteria ranking, combinatorial synthesis, assignment/allocation); (2) composite models/procedures (e.g., multicriteria combinatorial problems); (3) basic (standard) solving frameworks, e.g.: (i) Hierarchical Morphological Multicriteria ...
Keywords: Open complex systems, system architecture, combinatorial optimization, decisin making, problem structuring, problem solving, artificial intelligence

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September 2007 CSR'07: Proceedings of the Second international conference on Computer Science: theory and applications
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Citation Count: 3

In the paper, new modified agglomerative algorithms for hierarchical clustering are suggested. The clustering process is targeted to generating a cluster hierarchy which can contain the same items in different clusters. The algorithms are based on the following additional operations: (i) building an ordinal item pair proximity ('distance') including the ...
Keywords: agglomerative algorithm, hierarchy, hierarchical clustering, multicriteria analysis, system architecture

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September 2007 Automation and Remote Control: Volume 68 Issue 9, September 2007
Publisher: Plenum Press
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Citation Count: 2

Consideration was given to the combinatorial hierarchical design (composition) of the structure of an application telemetry system consisting of the on-board, radio, and ground communication equipment including the operator working place. The principal use was of the three-stage hierarchical morphological multicriterial design: (a) design of the tree model of the ...
Keywords: 07.05.Tp

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August 2006 Applied Intelligence: Volume 25 Issue 1, August 2006
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
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This discussion paper addresses combinatorial models in system testing from the perspective of system usage (utilization) and corresponding examination of system functions and their groups. Thus the following aspects of multi-function system testing are under study: analysis of system requirements and revelation of atomic system functions and their relationships, analysis ...
Keywords: Test input, Multi-function testing, Black-box testing, Test inputs sequences, Combinatorial optimization, Decision making, Design, System approach

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January 2006
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November 2005 IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part C: Applications and Reviews: Volume 35 Issue 4, November 2005
Publisher: IEEE Press
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Citation Count: 4

The paper describes a framework for synthesis of a composite system (packaged software) on the basis of interconnected system components when the components and their interconnection (compatibility) are evaluated upon ordinal coordinated scales. Hierarchical multicriteria morphological design is used including generation of design alternatives (DAs) for system components and their ...
Keywords: packaged software, modular design, system analysis, Combinatorial optimization, selection of software, system refinement, system synthesis, multicriteria analysis

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April 2005 Informatica: Volume 16 Issue 2, April 2005
Publisher: IOS Press
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Citation Count: 5

The article describes a hierarchical decision making framework for the evaluation and improvement/redesign of composite systems. The framework is based on Hierarchical Morphological Multicriteria Design (HMMD) and corresponding morphological clique problem which realize “partitioning/synthesis macroheuristic”. The system evaluation process consists in hierarchical integration of expert judgment (as ordinal estimates): a ...
Keywords: morphological analysis, multicriteria decision making, combinatorial optimization, engineering design, civil engineering, composite systems, earthquake engineering, evaluation, improvement, macroheuristic, system analysis

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May 2004 IEA/AIE'2004: Proceedings of the 17th international conference on Innovations in applied artificial intelligence
Publisher: Springer Springer Verlag Inc
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The paper describes design of test case sequences in a multi-function system testing process. Groups of system functions (function clusters) are considered. It is assumed a set of test cases for each function cluster is designed or selected. The problem is: compose a test case sequence for a chain of ...
Keywords: system testing, system design, planning and scheduling

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March 2004 HASE'04: Proceedings of the Eighth IEEE international conference on High assurance systems engineering
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Citation Count: 1

This paper focuses on the following aspects of multifunction system testing: analysis of system requirements and revelation of atomic system functions and their relationships, analysis of input / output variables, analysis of system function groups (clusters), composition of the test sets for each group of atomic system functions. Related problems ...

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February 2002 Applied Intelligence: Volume 16 Issue 3, May-June 2002
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
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Citation Count: 2

The paper addresses a modular system approach to the analysis, design, and improvement of human-computer systems (HCSs). The approach is based on ordinal expert information and optimization models. A modular description of HCSs (system components and their interconnection), some corresponding requirements to them, and improvement actions are described. The following ...
Keywords: design & modeling, optimization problems, system adaptation, planning & scheduling, knowledge engineering, knowledge-based methodologies, human-computer systems, system design



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