International Journal of Web Engineering and Technology
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International Journal of Web Engineering and Technology (6 papers in press)
Zero-shot image classification based on factor space by Shijie Guan, Qixue Guan, Anqi Yin Abstract: . Keywords: .
A fusion of aspect and contextual information for rating prediction in recommender system using a latent factor model by Jitali Patel, Hitesh Chhinkaniwala Abstract: . Keywords: .
Toward a Better Understanding of Intentionality in Service Engineering: A Systematic Review by Imane Choukri , Hatim Guermah , Mahmoud Nassar Abstract: . Keywords: .
Sensor Networks Simulation Framework for Target Tracking Applications: SN-SiFTTA by Aaron Rababaah Abstract: This work presents a new simulation framework for wireless sensor networks dedicated for target tracking applications named: SN-SiFTTA. SiFTTA does not address routing protocols as they have been studied extensively in the literature. Two scheduling finite state machine models are proposed to control the behavior of the sensor nodes and cluster heads. Four different deployment methods are proposed and investigated using four performance metrics: target tracking accuracy (TTA), energy efficiency index (EEI), quality of clustering index (QCI) and deployment feasibility. A simulator with friendly and interactive graphical user interface was developed using Matlab integrated development environment. The simulator provides rich environment that allows the user to customized wide varieties of scenarios. Among these, we focus on deployment method effects on the aforementioned four performance metrics. 400 experiments were conducted 100 per each deployment method of global random, local random, grid random and uniform grid. After analyzing the experimental results, the study suggested a weighted-criteria formula to select the best deployment method considering all performance metrics to avoid bias and to ensure problem context relevance Keywords: Wireless sensor networks; Node scheduling; Energy efficiency; Target tracking; Sensor networks simulation rnrn.
Constructing an Effective Ontology for Web Page Recommendation by Satyaveer Singh, Mahendra Singh Aswal Abstract: . Keywords: .
Public Innovation: What It Is And How It Happens Through I-Labs by Lizeth Fernanda Serrano-Cárdenas, Yessika Lorena Vásquez González, Flor Nancy Díaz-Piraquive Abstract: . Keywords: .