Computer Science and Systems – Selected Papers from Edition 2020

A special issue of Information (ISSN 2078-2489). This special issue belongs to the section "Artificial Intelligence".

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Faculty of Applied Mathematics, Silesian University of Technology, Kaszubska 23, 44-100 Gliwice, Poland
Interests: computational intellgence; neural networks; image processing; expert systems
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Computer Science and Systems is a FedCSIS track aiming at synergy between applicable, technical, and theoretical aspects of computer science and related disciplines sourced in artificial intelligence. The CSS track spans themes ranging from hardware issues, computer engineering via software issues and communication issues of interest to distributed, smart, multimedia, network systems and innovative applications of artificial intelligence. As chairs of this track, we have the pleasure to present a collection of selected papers with outstanding quality in idea and innovative thinking.

Prof. Marcin Woźniak
Prof. Ivan Dimov
Prof. Dumitru Burdescu
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Keywords

  • Applied Artificial Intelligence
  • Applied parallel computing
  • Applied methods of multimodal, constrained, and heuristic optimization
  • Applied computer systems in technology, medicine, ecology, environment, economy, etc.
  • Multimedia tools, systems, and processing
  • Theoretical models of the above computer sciences developed into the practical use

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A Different Look at Polynomials within Man-Machine Interaction
by Beata Bajorska-Harapińska, Mariusz Pleszczyński, Michał Różański, Barbara Smoleń-Duda, Adrian Smuda  and Roman Wituła 
Information 2020, 11(12), 585; https://doi.org/10.3390/info11120585 - 17 Dec 2020
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Undoubtedly, one of the most powerful applications that allow symbolic computations is Wolfram Mathematica. However, it turns out that sometimes Mathematica does not give the desired result despite its continuous improvement. Moreover, these gaps are not filled by many authors of books and [...] Read more.
Undoubtedly, one of the most powerful applications that allow symbolic computations is Wolfram Mathematica. However, it turns out that sometimes Mathematica does not give the desired result despite its continuous improvement. Moreover, these gaps are not filled by many authors of books and tutorials. For example, our attempts to obtain a compact symbolic description of the roots of polynomials or coefficients of a polynomial with known roots using Mathematica have often failed and they still fail. Years of our work with theory, computations, and different kinds of applications in the area of polynomials indicate that an application ‘offering’ the user alternative methods of solving a given problem would be extremely useful. Such an application would be valuable not only for people who look for solutions to very specific problems but also for people who need different descriptions of solutions to known problems than those given by classical methods. Therefore, we propose the development of an application that would be not only a program doing calculations but also containing an interactive database about polynomials. In this paper, we present examples of methods and information which could be included in the described project. Full article
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