A Cloud Computing Based Big-Bang Big-Crunch Fuzzy Logic Multi Classifier System for Soccer Video Scenes Classification

The title says it all, more or less, in this new study: “A Cloud Computing Based Big-Bang Big-Crunch Fuzzy Logic Multi Classifier System for Soccer Video Scenes Classification,” Song Wei, Hani Hagras, and Daniyal Alghazzawi [pictured here], Memetic Computing, August 5, 2016. The authors, at the University of Essex, UK, and King Abdulaziz University, Saudi […]

An embarrassingly parallel invitation

In 2008, six people publicly issued an embarrassingly parallel invitation. They gave six pages of detail: “Invitation to embarrassingly parallel computing,” Barbara J. Breen, Christine E. Weidert, John F. Lindner, Lisa May Walker, Kasey Kelly, and Evan Heidtmann, American Journal of Physics, vol. 76, no. 4 (2008): 347-352. BONUS: Further detail on the general problem.

Ouroboros meets Artificial Intelligence

If you’ve examined The Enigmatic Book of the Netherworld , you’ll know that the mythical creature Ouroboros was a snake-like being traditionally depicted in the act of swallowing its own tail. The inherent symbolism of Ouroboros’s circularity has recently been adopted by the Artificial Intelligence fraternity – specifically by Dr. Knud Thomsen of the Paul […]

Professor Bender’s Kissing Goodbye Algorithm

“Given a rectangular room with n people in it, what is the most efficient way for each pair of people to kiss each other goodbye?“ Professor Bender, (pictured, of the Department of Computer Science, Stony Brook University, New York) along with his colleagues Ritwik Bose, Rezaul Chowdhury and Samuel McCauley, have made progress towards an […]

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