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By Fedor V. Fomin (auth.), Ruay-Shiung Chang, Lakhmi C. Jain, Sheng-Lung Peng (eds.)

The box of clever platforms and purposes has multiplied significantly over the last twenty years. Theoretical and sensible leads to this region are transforming into swiftly because of many profitable purposes and new theories derived from many diversified difficulties. This ebook is devoted to the clever structures and purposes in lots of various features. specifically, this e-book is to supply highlights of the present learn in clever platforms and functions. It comprises examine papers within the following particular topics:

l Graph idea and Algorithms

l Interconnection Networks and Combinatorial Algorithms

l synthetic Intelligence and Fuzzy Systems

l Database, information Mining, and data Retrieval

l info Literacy, e-Learning, and Social Media

l laptop Networks and internet Service/Technologies

l instant Sensor Networks

l instant community Protocols

l instant info Processing

This booklet offers a connection with theoretical difficulties in addition to functional ideas and functions for the state of the art ends up in clever platforms and functions at the aforementioned themes. specifically, either the educational group (graduate scholars, post-doctors and schools) in electric Engineering, machine technological know-how, and utilized arithmetic; and the economic neighborhood (engineers, engineering managers, programmers, study lab staffs and bosses, safety managers) will locate this publication interesting.

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Advances in Intelligent Systems & Applications, SIST 20, pp. 15–23. -H. -J. -J. Hwang edges of a given spanning tree with distinct colors (and color the remaining edges with one of the already used colors). Clearly, rc(G) ≥ diam(G) where diam(G) denotes the diameter of G. Most recent research has been devoted to study the bounds of the rainbow connection numbers on 3-connected graphs [9], connected bridgeless graphs [2], strongly regular graphs [1], triangular pyramid networks [12], etc. Chartrand et al.

C. Abstract. Let G = (V, E) be a simple graph with vertex set V and edge set E. A subset W ⊆ V ∪ E is a total covering set if every element x ∈ (V ∪ E) \ W is either adjacent to or incident to an element of W . The total covering problem is to find a total covering set of G. In this paper, we show that this problem can be solved in linear-time on block-cactus graphs. Keywords: total cover, dominating set, mixed dominating set, blockcactus graph. , no loops or multiple edges, where V (G) and E(G) are the vertex and edge, respectively, sets of G.

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