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Network and Communication Technologies
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ISSN (Print) 1927-064X - ISSN (Online) 1927-0658
Published by CCSE Homepage  [43 journals]
  • Reviewer Acknowledgements for Network and Communication Technologies Vol.
           6, No. 2

    • Abstract: Reviewer Acknowledgements for Network and Communication Technologies Vol. 6, No. 2, 2021.
      PubDate: Sun, 02 Jan 2022 10:49:05 +000
       
  • Simulation of Creative Manifestation by Functional Ensembles of
           Intellectual Agents Based on Live Information in Various Spheres of Life
           Activity

    • Abstract: Neural networks with deep learning and reinforcement are able to compose poetry and music, draw paintings, and write short stories, as well as come up with scripts for films. Functional ensembles of harmoniously interacting intellectual agents with living information can virtually model creativity for various spheres of life activity. Virtual modeling of creativity by harmoniously interacting intellectual agents is carried out based on living creative processes represented by acts of creation accumulated by humanity in a certain sphere of life. Live information of creative acts of creation for functional ensembles from harmoniously interacting intellectual agents is revealed from the effective creative practice of specialists in specific conditions and presented in the format of smart ethical communicative-associative cases. To model creativity, a virtual environment of a certain sphere of activity is formed, in which the ensemble gives birth to a creative fruit according to the plan of a specialist. Functional ensembles of harmoniously interacting intellectual agents with live creative practice can cooperate with a person, and can also independently virtually model the creative creation of new designs of a specialist, if the ensemble has enough acts of creation.
      PubDate: Sun, 02 Jan 2022 10:47:09 +000
       
  • Gender Differences in Academic Self-Concept among Standard Seven Pupils
           Using Learning Strategies in the Use of Information Communication
           Technology in Bungoma County, Kenya

    • Abstract: Despite introduction of Information Communication Technology in schools by Government of Kenya, minimal research has been done on influence of learning strategies in information communication technology use on academic self-concept of pupils. Academic self-concept has a reciprocal relationship with academic achievement. Poor trends in academic achievement are associated with pupils’ low academic self-concept as an outcome of continued use of traditional learning strategies. This may be alleviated by use of information communication technology in the learning process. The purpose of the present study was therefore to investigate gender differences in academic self-concept among pupils using learning strategies in the use of information communication technology. Multimedia Learning Theory, Collaborative Learning Theory and the Self Theory of Personality Development formed the theoretical framework of the study. A causal comparative ex post facto research design was used. The study employed mixed methods research by integrating qualitative and quantitative research. The study was done in Bungoma County. The target population was Standard Seven pupils in public primary schools in Bungoma County. A sample of 375 pupils was involved. Purposive sampling was used to select schools with computer program as treatment group and simple random sampling for schools using traditional learning strategies as comparison group. Independent and dependent variables were learning strategies and academic self-concept (measured in 3 dimensions) respectively. Data was collected through an adapted questionnaire with Academic Self-concept Scale and Learning Strategy Rating Scale for learning strategies. Oral interviews and non-participant overt observations were used to collect qualitative data from pupils and teachers who handled learners in the laptop computer programs. The reliability and validity of the instruments was established through a pilot study in 2 sampled schools which were not included in the main study. Data management and analysis was done using both inferential and descriptive statistics using Statistical Package for Social Sciences program. Pearson product moment correlation and t-test were used for inferential statistics. Results showed that there were no significant gender differences in academic self-concept among pupils using traditional learning strategies and those using learning strategies in the use of ICT (t=1.151, t=1.03,-1.494 df=168.191, 182.979 and 165.341, p> 0.05 and (t= 1.422, -0.178 and 0.386, df=178.3 94,180.903 and 175.616, p> 0.05) for treatment and comparison groups respectively. Recommendations for adoption of learning strategies in information communication technology use in classroom teaching and learning, policy development in education and curriculum development were made. Further research using pre-test and post-test experimental design with control group using samples at other levels of education and on individual subject academic self-concept was recommended.
      PubDate: Sat, 01 Jan 2022 05:45:17 +000
       
  • Management of Celestial Systems under Spatial Grasp Model

    • Authors: Peter Simon Sapaty
      Abstract: Many governmental agencies and private companies of different countries are now rushing into space around Earth in hope to provide smart communication, industrial, security, and defense solutions. This often involves massive launches of cheap small satellites which are also contributing to the growth of space debris. The current paper discusses how the developed high-level system philosophy and model can effectively organize distributed space-based systems on different stages of their development and growth. The briefed Spatial Grasp Technology, based on parallel pattern-matching of distributed environments with high-level recursive mobile code, can effectively provide any networking protocols and important applications of large satellite constellations, especially those on Low Earth Orbits. The paper contains examples of technology-based solutions for establishing basic communications between satellites, starting from their initial, often chaotic, launches and distributing and collecting data in the growing constellations with even unstable and rapidly changing connections between satellites. It describes how to organize and register networking topologies in case of predictable distances between satellites, and how the fixed networking structures can help in solving complex problems. The latter including those related to the new Space Development Agency multiple-satellite defense-oriented architecture and allowing for effective integration of its continuous earth custody observation and cooperative missile tracking and elimination layers, based on self-spreading mobile intelligence. Earlier versions of the technology, described in many papers, six books including, were prototyped and used in different countries, with the current one quickly implementable too, even in university-based environments.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Dec 2021 09:16:21 +000
       
  • Fiber Optic Network Technology of Communication of Specialists via Mental
           Neurointerfaces

    • Authors: Evgeniy Bryndin
      Abstract: Resonance communication of specialists can be carried out at a distance in real time in dialogue mode through a mental neurointerface with two-way communication. Mental neurointerface on the principles of magnetic resonance tomography captures a hologram of brain activity of the internal speech of the inductor specialist and transmits it to the mental neurointerface of the recipient's interlocutor through ultra-sensitive multi section nano resonators waveguides. The mental neurointerface of the recipient's interlocutor perceives the transmitted hologram of the brain activity of internal speech and resonates its internal speech to it. An interlocutor of the recipient with equivalent semantic memory in a resonant way makes sense of the internal speech of the inductor specialist. He forms the response with internal speech and transmits it to the interlocutor with his mental neurointerface through nano resonators in the form of holograms of the brain activity of internal speech. Interlocutors, as specialists in one subject area, have a similar semantic memory. Semantic memories are considered similar if they correspond to the principle of gold section according to a professional thesaurus. Specialists and interlocutors must learn a professional thesaurus before starting a dialogue through mental neurointerfaces. Thus, the problem of transmitting and reading thoughts at a distance using high technology is solved, taking into account the psychological aspects of the interlocutors. The development of mental neurointerfaces and ultra-sensitive multi section nano waveguide resonators for transmitting holograms of internal speech brain activity is just beginning. The use of resonant communication by mental neurointerfaces through nano waveguides resonators waveguides is currently very relevant in many areas of life activity.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Dec 2021 09:10:04 +000
       
 
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