Authors:Ábel Garai, István Péntek, Attila Adamkó, and Ágnes Németh
voting with an application to algorithms having spatial output , Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 7th Hybrid Artificial Intelligent Systems Proceedings, Springer , Vol. 7209 , 2012 , pp. 56 - 67 .
What motivates a student to start a scientific work under his university years? Can this be only personal inspiration? Are the studies before the University determinative?The completed scientific paper reviews the elements of the building energy-balance. Also it shows the practical shaping of a building. These solutions are not only advantageous because of the energy consumption but also make the space around the inhabitants more comfortable with passive, hybrid and active solar means.
Authors:Andrea Mura, Francesca Curà, and Graziano Curti
The object of the present paper is the dynamic analysis of plane structures with FLD viscoelastic layers. This study has been performed by utilizing a FEM Code (Viscoplate) and a hybrid element developed for this aim. In particular partial damping treatments have been considered and compared each other in terms of damping performances. Different viscoelastic distributions have been analyzed in order to evaluate how the patch design may influence the damping performances of the coupled structure. Damping parameters have been obtained by means of the traditional Modal Strain Energy (MSE) method and by two new modified versions (new modified MSE and corrected MSE).
Szendrői E. A robust hybrid method for the multimode resource-constrained project scheduling problem, Pollack Periodica , Vol. 5, No. 3, 2010, pp. 175–184, DOI: 10.1556/Pollack.5.2010.3.15.
In this paper, a comparison of parallel beam-tracing methods is presented and an original parallel domain decomposition method is proposed to solve numerical acoustic problems. A hybrid method between the ray-tracing and the beam-tracing method is first introduced. Then, classical parallelization methods are exposed and compared on shared and distributed memory architectures. Finally, a new parallel method based on domain decomposition principles is proposed. This method allows to handling large-scale problems better than other existing methods when taking into account the input/output and preprocessing steps. Parallel numerical experiments, carried out on a real world problem -namely the acoustic pollution analysis within a large city-illustrate the performance of this new domain decomposition method.