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International Journal of Computational and Experimental Science and Engineering (IJCESEN)
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ISSN (Online) 2149-9144
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  • Classification of Alzheimer Disease with Molecular Communication Systems
           using LSTM

    • Authors: İbrahim IŞIK
      Abstract: Today, there are many diseases caused by cell or inter molecular communication. For example, a communication disorder in the nerve nano-network can cause very serious nervous system-related diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Alzheimer's and Paralysis. Understanding these diseases caused by communication is very important in order to develop innovative treatment methods inspired by information technologies. In addition, many advanced environmental and industrial nano-sensor networks such as the development of biologically inspired Molecular Communication systems (MCs), cellular-accurate health monitoring systems, many medical applications such as the development of communication-capable nano-implants for nervous system diseases. Nano networks focused on communication between nano-sized devices (Nano Machines) is a new communication concept which is known as MCs in literature. In this study, on the contrary to the literature, a new Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM) based MC model has been used to analyse the proposed system. After obtained the number of received molecules for different number of Amyloid Beta (Aβ) which causes Alzheimer’, a new method based on the LSTM model of deep learning is used for the classification of Aβ. Finally it is obtained that when the number of Aβ increases, the number of received molecules decrease. On a data set with five classes, experiments are conducted using LSTM. The proposed model's accuracy, precision, and sensitivity values are obtained as 97.05, 98.59 and 98.54 percent, respectively. The categorization procedure of the findings generated from the designed model appears to be performing well.
      PubDate: Sun, 31 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Eikonal Approximation for K+–Nucleus Elastic Scattering

    • Authors: Nagat ELMAHDY; Haytham GAMAL
      Abstract: The elastic scattering of kaons from different targets 6Li, 12C, and 40Ca at energies 635, 715, and 800 MeV have been studied. The equivalent local potential form of Kisslinger optical potential with the eikonal approximation using Wallace expansion up to the 2nd order have been used. The potential depends on the density of the target nuclei, and the scattering amplitude parameters. Satisfactory fits to the elastic scattering experimental data are obtained.
      PubDate: Sun, 31 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Removal of Building Residence Area with Complex Number Approach in Free
           Building Identity Zoning Plots

    • Authors: Selim TAŞKAYA
      Abstract: The zoning blocks in the free building order are the special case of the separate, block and adjacent building regulations in the implementation zoning plans. Buildings are established in order to meet human needs in areas within the zoning boundaries by giving such building regulations. Free-order zoning parcels are another type of mostly separate and block orders. In areas where such parcels are located, only the equivalent value, which is the total construction area of the island, is usually given. Based on this precedent value, the residential area of the building is given to the parcel with various methods or approaches in accordance with the relevant law and regulation. With the complex (complex) number approach of the sample plan representations in the study, it was tried to find the tensile measures with the help of the angle, based on the direction with a certain edge. The complex approach, on the other hand, is the process of subtracting the base area on a parcel basis in a certain coordinate system axially depending on the angle and distance parameters along the Y-X axes. In this way, the necessity of giving residential areas to zoning parcels with different identities was examined.
      PubDate: Sun, 31 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • A Teaching Method for the Natural Sciences

    • Authors: Naim SYLA; Jürgen SCHŐNHERR2, Edina MALKİC, Fisnik ALİAJ
      Abstract: In this contribution, we will introduce a new method of teaching and learning for the natural sciences (Biology, Physics, Chemistry) and Mathematics. The inventor and practical implementer in several world countries (Indonesia, Tanzania, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Bosnia & Herzegovina, and some schools in Germany) was Jürgen Schőnherr. The philosophy of this method is based on the idea that the first lesson of each chapter begins with an experiment, which should be clear, simple (built with ordinary tools from students' lives, kitchens, toys, tools, etc.), and have a surprising effect. Based on this approach, the method is also called Starter Experiment Approach. The role of the teacher during this lesson will be more of a guide and helper, while most of the time will belong to the students. Thus, students will be aroused with curiosity and a love for natural sciences. In countries where this method has been applied, positive effects have been observed in increasing the number of researchers in the natural sciences, and their success.
      PubDate: Sun, 31 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Determination of Theoretical Fracture Criteria of Layered Elastic
           Composite Material by ANFIS Method from Artificial Intelligence

    • Authors: Arzu ÇİLLİ; Murat BEKEN, Nursaç KURT
      Abstract: The theoretical breaking boundary of the composite elastic composite material consisting of two is otropichomogeneous layers was investigated [6,7]. Three-dimensional theory of elasticity and a fragment edhomogeneous body model were used to find the theoretical breaking limit [3,6,7]. The defects of this material, which has local defects, are of the same length hand is changing with the angle β. The purpose of the articles [10,11] was to examine the effect of theoretical refraction criterion limit values on the change of the angle β. It has been observed that the theoretical refraction limit values obtained for four different composite materials increase as the angle art increases. In this study, the change values with the β angle of the theoretical refraction limit obtained in [11] article were recovered from the artificial intelligence of the MATLAB platform by ANFIS (Sugeno) method. It was seen that the values obtained with the Anfis method are the same with the theoretical results.
      PubDate: Sun, 31 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
 
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