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New Aspects of AUTOMATICCONTROL, MODELLING &SIMULATION12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATICCONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATION (ACMOS '10)Catania, ItalyMay 29-31, 2010Electrical and Computer Engineering SeriesA Series of Reference Books and TextbooksPublished by EUROPMENT for WSEASEUROPMENT Press, Sofia, BulgariaISSN: 1790-5117ISBN: 978-954-92600-1-4


New Aspects of AUTOMATICCONTROL, MODELLING &SIMULATION12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATICCONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATION (ACMOS '10)Catania, Italy, May 29-31, 2010Electrical and Computer Engineering SeriesA Series of Reference Books and TextbooksPublished by EUROPMENT for WSEASEUROPMENT Press, Sofia, BulgariaCopyright © 2010, by WSEAS PressAll the copyright of the present book belongs to the World Scientific and Engineering Academy andSociety Press. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrievalsystem, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, orotherwise, without the prior written permission of the Editor of World Scientific and Engineering Academyand Society Press.All papers of the present volume were peer reviewed by two independent reviewers. Acceptance wasgranted when both reviewers' recommendations were positive.See also: http://www.worldses.org/review/index.htmlISSN: 1790-5117ISBN: 978-954-92600-1-4


New Aspects of AUTOMATICCONTROL, MODELLING &SIMULATION12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATICCONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATION (ACMOS '10)Catania, ItalyMay 29-31, 2010


Editors:Prof. V. Niola, University of Napoli Federico II, ITALYProf. J. Quartieri, University of Salerno, ITALYProf. F. Neri, Universita' di Napoli "Federico II", ITALYProf. A. A. Caballero, Florida International University, USAProf. F. Rivas-Echeverria, Universidad de Los Andes, VENEZUELAProf. N. Mastorakis, Technical University of Sofia, BULGARIAInternational Program Committee Members:Elsayed Atlam, JAPANCaner Akuner, TURKEYOgnjen Kuljaca, UNITED STATESMuhammed A. Ibrahim, IRAQIsmail Temiz, TURKEYBahadtin Ruzgar, TURKEYMawahib Sulieman, UNITED ARABEMIRATESHossein Shayeghi Moghanlou, IRANAbdullah Mamun, SINGAPOREKeylan Alimhan, JAPANLuminita Giurgiu, ROMANIAAndreas Terzis, GREECEOnsen Toygar, TURKEYSina Khorasani, IRANStefania Popadiuc, ROMANIARefik Samet, TURKEYMehmet Onder Efe, TURKEYFrancklin Rivas, VENEZUELAAddison Rios-Bolivar, VENEZUELAVictoria Rodellar, SPAINMehmet Hakan Karaata, KUWAITIchirou Takahashi, JAPANKai Li, CHINAHwang-Cherng Chow, TAIWANGeorgi Gluhchev, BULGARIAFrancesco Muzi, ITALYSajjad Mohsin, PAKISTANYong Woo Lee, KOREANasser Shahtahmasebi, IRANSaeed-Reza Sabbagh-Yazdi, IRANFrangiskos Topalis, GREECEBoumchedda Khaled, ALGERIAKalle Kantola, FINLANDIsmail Musirin, MALAYSIAHelen Catherine Leligou, GREECESlobodan Babic, CANADALambros Ekonomou, GREECENam Tran, AUSTRALIADorin Cismasiu, ROMANIAPooia Lalbakhsh, IRANShabiul Islam, MALAYSIAFlorin Dragan, ROMANIAPelin Yildiz, TURKEYStelios Zimeras, GREECERafic Bachnak, UNITED STATESHong-Tzer Yang, TAIWANNorman Mariun, MALAYSIAOscar Camacho, VENEZUELAChang-Biau Yang, TAIWANSylvia Encheva, NORWAYRafic Bachnak, UNITED STATESSamir Nejim, TUNISIANicolae Popoviciu, ROMANIAYaw-Ling Lin, TAIWANPooGyeon Park, KOREADana Petcu, ROMANIAYoonsik Choe, KOREAIoan Salomie, ROMANIAAbdel-Latif Elshafei, EGYPTBaki Koyuncu, TURKEYOuahdi Dris, ALGERIAZakir Husain, IRANKrishna Busawon, UNITED KINGDOM


PrefaceThis year the 12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATIC CONTROL,MODELLING & SIMULATION (ACMOS '10) was held in Catania, Italy, May 29-31, 2010.The conference remains faithful to its original idea of providing a platform to discuss circuits andelectronics for control, electrical and electronic measurement, large scale systems, hybridsystems, man-machine interaction, cybernetics, optimization problems in control engineering,decision support systems, fault tolerance, virtual reality for automation, microprocessors,geometric modeling and fractals, unmanned vehicles, artificial man etc. with participants fromall over the world, both from academia and from industry.Its success is reflected in the papers received, with participants coming from several countries,allowing a real multinational multicultural exchange of experiences and ideas.The accepted papers of this conference are published in this Book that will be indexed by ISI.Please, check it: www.worldses.org/indexes as well as in the CD-ROM Proceedings. They willbe also available in the E-Library of the WSEAS. The best papers will be also promoted in manyJournals for further evaluation.A Conference such as this can only succeed as a team effort, so the Editors want to thank theInternational Scientific Committee and the Reviewers for their excellent work in reviewing thepapers as well as their invaluable input and advice.The Editors


Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATIC CONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATIONTable of ContentsPlenary Lecture 1: Nested Models Implemented in Nested Theories 15Eugene KindlerPlenary Lecture 2: Discrete Event Formalisms for Workflow Throughput Diagnose 16Calin I. CiufudeanPlenary Lecture 3: How to Investigate the Decision Making Behavior of Investors in FinancialMarkets by means of Software AgentsFilippo NeriPlenary Lecture 4: Improving Monitoring, Control and Protection of Power Grid Using WideArea Synchro-Phasor MeasurementsHamid Bentarzi1718Plenary Lecture 5: Modeling Ecological Systems 19Dana SimianPlenary Lecture 6: Method for Classification in Interval-Valued Information Systems 20Amaury A. CaballeroPlenary Lecture 7: Variable Structure-based Learning Algorithms for Neural Networks 21Francklin Rivas-EcheverriaA Remark on Taylor Series Method 23Fawzi AbdelwahidDesigning a Chassis-Type Structure Form using Beams of Equal Resistance 27Ion Florin PopaA Computational Method of the Differential Locking Coefficient 31Ion Florin PopaComposite Materials with Polymeric Matrix 35Stoian Elena Valentina, Rizescu Cristiana, Ionita GheorgheEffect of Modeling Parameters on Pore Pressure and Stress Path of Clay 41Ihcene Lamri, Hidjeb Mustapha, Chalghoum Noreddine, Harrat KamelQoS based Selection and Composition of Semantic Web Services based upon Multi-AgentNegotiationSandeep Kumar, Nikos E. Mastorakis44Input Selection for Sewer Network Flow Controller Evaluation 53Ronald Van Nooijen, Alla Kolechkina, Elgard Van LeeuwenSolar Cell Curves Measurement Based on LabVIEW Microcontroller Interfacing 59Yousry Atia, Mohamed Zahran, Abdullah Al-HossainISSN: 1790-5117 9 ISBN: 978-954-92600-1-4


Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATIC CONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATIONLabVIEW Based Monitoring System Applied for PV Power Station 65Mohamed Zahran, Yousry Atia, Abdullah Al-Hussain, Ihab El-SayedSituational Awareness Based Flight Control of a Three-Rotor Mini-Aircraft 71Igor Astrov, Andrus PedaiThe Study of Measuring Methods for Electrical Resistance 77Valentin Dogaru Ulieru, Traian Ivanovici, Adela Gabriela HusuA New Algorithm Applied to the Evaluation of Self Excited Induction Generator Performance 82Aissa Kheldoun, Hamid Bentarzi, Larbi RefoufiPSO Based Predictive Nonlinear Automatic Generation Control 87Muhammad S. Yousuf, Hussain N. Al-Duwaish, Zakariya M. Al-HamouzImproving Monitoring, Control and Protection of Power Grid Using Wide Area Synchro-Phasor MeasurementsHamid Bentarzi93Neural Networks Controller for Time-Varying Systems 99Hussain Al-DuwaishNeural Network Based Controller for Constrained Multivariable Systems 104H. Al-Duwaish, S. Z. RizviComputer-aided Designing Optimization of Bevel Gearings 110Ion-Florin Popa, Luminita Duta, Ciprian-Paul PaticThe Analysis of the Geometrical Features Influence of the Helical Gears on the BlockingCoefficient of a DifferentialIon Florin Popa, Ciprian Paul Patic, Luminita DutaHow to Investigate the Decision Making Behavior of Investors in Financial Markets by meansof Software AgentsFilippo Neri114118Control of Systems with Time-Varying Delay: A Comparison Study 125Radek Matusu, Roman ProkopBehavior Based Autonomous Navigation Using Passages as Landmarks for Path Definition 131Lubnen Name Moussi, Marconi Kolm MadridOn-Line Simulator of Electrical Distribution Networks for Decision Support in DistributionControl CentersA. Espinosa-Reza, A. Quintero-Reyes, R. Garcia-Mendoza, J. F. Borjas-Diaz, T. M. Calleros-Torres,B. Sierra-Rodriguez, R. Torres-AbregoQuantitative Analysis of Hybrid Magnetoacoustic Method for Detection of Normal andPathological Breast TissueMaheza Irna Mohamad Salim, Mohammad Azizi Tumiran, Siti Noormiza Makhtar, Bustanur Rosidi,Ismail Ariffin, Abdul Hamid Ahmad, Eko Supriyanto138144Nested Models Implemented in Nested Theories 150Eugene KindlerISSN: 1790-5117 10 ISBN: 978-954-92600-1-4


Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATIC CONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATIONApplication of Non-Euclidian Metrics in Simulation 160Eugene Kindler, Ivan KrivyA Contribution to Simulation of Information Systems 165Eugene Kindler, Cyril Klimes, Ivan Krivy, Jaroslav ProchazkaSteep Steps to Optimization of Simulation Models 171Jiri WeinbergerPerformance Monitoring Strategies for Effective Running of Commercial RefrigerationSystemsMartin Hrncar, Petr Stluka177Live Objects Revisited 181Karel BabcickyThe Effect of the Output Capacitor on the Power Spectrum of the EMI Radiation of a SEPICConverterFlorian Ion, Marcel Ionel185Specific Aspects Concerning Automatic Control of Microwave Drying of Wood 191Daniel Popescu, Calin Ciufudean, Adrian-Gabriel GhiausA Comparative Analysis of Rotor Flux Simulators and Observers 195Constantin Filote, Calin Ciufudean, Stelian Alaci, Valentin Vlad, Ana Maria CozgareaFuzzy Controller for Liquid Nitrogen Cryogenic Freezer 201Valeriu Damian, Calin CiufudeanControl System for Heat Exchangers Fans in a Refrigeration System 207Cristian Iosifescu, Valeriu Damian, Calin CiufudeanTowards using the Reconfiguration Capability of IEC 61499 Specifications for Modeling andImplementing Dynamic Holonic InteractionsValentin Vlad, Adrian Graur, Calin Ciufudean, Corneliu Buzduga213Proposing a System Dynamic Approach to Assess and Improve Italian Ports Competitiveness 219Enrico Briano, Claudia Caballini, Roberto Mosca, Roberto Revetria, Alessandro TestaDesign of Experiment and Montecarlo Simulation as Support for Gas Turbine Power PlantAvailabilty EstimationEnrico Briano, Claudia Caballini, Pietro Giribone, Roberto Revetria223A Multidimensional Packet Classification Algorithm Based on Network Processors 231Yechang Fang, Kang Yen, Amaury Caballero, Nansong WuImpact of Toothed Gear Nonlinearities on Servomechanism Performance 235Slobodan Obradovic, Milan Tuba, Dana SimianMethod for Classification in Interval-Valued Information Systems 242Amaury Caballero, Kang Yen, Yechang Fang, Jose L. AbreuUtilization of Computer Assisted Instruction for A.C. Three-Phase Circuits 248Valentin Dogaru Ulieru, Traian Ivanovici, Diana Enescu, Eugenia Dogaru UlieruISSN: 1790-5117 11 ISBN: 978-954-92600-1-4


Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATIC CONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATIONResearch of Active Gate Drivers for MOSFET by Thermography 253Anna Andonova, Svetoslav Ivanov, Ivan Neychev, Nadezhda KafadarovaSimulation of a Photovoltaic Solar Module for the Study of the Effects of Random Changes ofSolar RadiationLiliana Cortez, J. Italo Cortez, Alejandro Adorno, Ernest Cortez, Mariano Larios257Simulation of Operation of a Photovoltaic System 263Liliana Cortez, J. Italo Cortez, German Ardul Munoz, Ernest Cortez, Gustavo RubinUse of System Dynamics for Modelling Customers Flows from Residential Areas to SellingCentersEnrico Briano, Claudia Caballini, Roberto Revetria, Maurizio Schenone, Alessandro Testa269Probabilistic Approach to NO and CO Emission Modeling 274Pavel Jakoubek, Milan Hofreiter, Lukas BoudaModelling and Simulation of the Opthalmology Service for RMUHO 278Khaled Belkadi, Alain TanguyDouble Motor Equipments in Guns Loading Systems 287Jiri BallaSurface Covering Algorithms for Semiautonomous Vacuum Cleaner 294Krzysztof Skrzypczyk, Agnieszka PieronczykCellular Automata Application to Traffic Noise Control 299Joseph Quartieri, Nikos E. Mastorakis, Gerardo Iannone, Claudio GuarnacciaAutomatic Detection of Fetal Nasal Bone in 2 Dimensional Ultrasound Image Using MapMatchingLai Khin Wee, Eko SupriyantoA Thermal Computation Program of Process Steam Boilers Obtained with ReusableEquipments and PlantsAurel Gaba, Ion-Florin Popa, Alexis-Daniel Negrea305310Rapid Miner E-Commerce 316Daniel HunyadiAnt Colony Optimization Applied to Minimum Weight Dominating Set Problem 322Raka Jovanovic, Milan Tuba, Dana SimianAutomated Risk Calculation for Trisomy 21 Based on Maternal Serum Markers UsingTrivariate Lognormal DistributionLai Khin Wee, Lim Miin, Eko SupriyantoDependences Between Plans, Programs and Provision of Facilities for Effective Managementand Disposal of Ship-Generated WasteSylvia Encheva327333Order Ideals of a Quasi-ordered Set and Graywater 337Sylvia EnchevaISSN: 1790-5117 12 ISBN: 978-954-92600-1-4


Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATIC CONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATIONPreference Aggregations in Environmental Management 341Sylvia EnchevaArchitecture for SCADA with Mobile Remote Components 346Rosslin John Robles, Tai-Hoon KimDouble Checking Weather Condition in Internet SCADA Environment 351Rosslin John Robles, Tai-Hoon KimActive Networks Privacy Protection and Vulnerabilities 355Maricel O. Balitanas, Tai-Hoon KimAnti-Collision Protocol for RFID-Sensor Network and the Security Threats 364Maricel O. Balitanas, Taihoon KimA Virtual Development Environment for Smart Card Applications 373Sang-Young ChoA Robust Control by Extended Static Output Feedback for Discrete-Time Uncertain LinearSystemsAddison Rios-Bolivar, Flor Narciso378Designing Robust AW Compensation for Uncertain Discrete-Time Linear Systems 384Addison Rios-Bolivar, Francklin Rivas-EcheverriaPolytopic Representation of Impedance Model with Feedback Delay 390Peter Galambos, Peter Baranyi, Peter KorondiConvex Hull Manipulation Does Matter in LMI based Observer Design, a TP ModelTransformation based OptimisationPatricia Grof, Peter Baranyi, Peter Korondi397Modeling and Adaptive Path Control of a Differential Drive Mobile Robot 403Plamen PetrovImproving SCADA Control Systems Security with Software Vulnerability Analysis 409Giovanni Cagalaban, Taihoon Kim, Seoksoo KimAnalysis of Electric Power's Parameters in Supplying of Railway Electric Traction Systems 415Ioan Baciu, Corina Daniela Cuntan, Gabriel Nicolae Popa, Anca IordanA Study on M2M-based AR Multiple Objects Loading Technology using PPHT 420Sungmo Jung, Seoksoo KimSimilar Video Search System based on Feature Data Extraction 425Seoksoo KimResearch on Key Distribution Algorithm of a Modbus-Based Protection System for IndustrialInfrastructure NetworksJae-gu Song, Sungmo Jung, Seoksoo Kim429Secure SCADA Network Technology and Methods 434Farkhod Alsiherov, Taihoon KimISSN: 1790-5117 13 ISBN: 978-954-92600-1-4


Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATIC CONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATIONSoftware for Hierarchycal Control of Materials Transportation Process 439Corina Maria Dinis, Gabriel Nicolae Popa, Angela IagarNew Approach for Modelling the Distribution of Projects' Activities in an e-LearningEnvironmentDana Simian, Corina Simian445A New Nonlinear Reinforcement Scheme for Stochastic Learning Automata 450Dana Simian, Florin StoicaAuthors Index 455ISSN: 1790-5117 14 ISBN: 978-954-92600-1-4


Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATIC CONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATIONPlenary Lecture 1Nested Models Implemented in Nested TheoriesProfessor Eugene KindlerFaculty of ScienceUniversity of OstravaStreet 30. dubna 22, CZ - 701 03 OstravaCZECH REPUBLICE-mail: ekindler@centrum.czAbstract: Systems developed with human influence are often facilitated by sophisticated information processingcomponents that influence the behavior of the system itself. They can be automatic control automata and/or humans.When it is necessary exactly to model such systems (e.g. for their analysis but especially for their simulation) thedesire is to have a tool for their exact describing, with a possibility to use the description in further phases of the work(namely for implementing simulation models) but also for readable communication on the concerned system withother engaged persons. Problems rise in case the described system has an information processing unit that handlesan internal model of a certain system which would demand the same tool. This system can be similar to the wholesystem or not. Examples of the spectrum illustrating that (non-)similarity will be given.The solution consists in building formal theories in that elements occur that are carriers of other formal theories.These "local" formal theories may use some information of the "world" in that their carriers occur, i.e. may point outfrom them and penetrate to the formal theory used for describing the system in that the carriers occur and that can beinfluenced by those carriers. In case we desire to have tools suitable applicable for implementing computer models,the formal theories can be suitable formulated in object-oriented programming languages that are also block-orientedand agent-oriented.The characteristics of such languages that would distinguish them from "poor" programming tools will be presented,together with applications in logistics, production, graphics and environmental science.Brief Biography of the Speaker:Eugene Kindler was born in 1935, studied mathematics at Charles University in Prague, (Czechoslovakia) and thencomputer science at the Research Institute of Mathematical Machines in Prague. He is the author of the firstCzechoslovak ALGOL 60 compiler and the first Czechoslovak simulation language and compiler (COSMO,Compartmental System Modeling). Charles University granted him PhDr in logic and RNDr (Rerum NaturaliumDoctor) in the theory of programming, Czechoslovak Academy of Science granted him CSc (Candidate of Sciences)in mathematics and physics. During 1958-1966 he worked with the Research Institute of Mathematical Machines,then with the Institute of Biophysics of the Faculty of General Medicine of Charles University (until 1973) and thenwith the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the same University (until 2006). In parallel, he engaged as professorof applied mathematics at a new University of Ostrava (Czech Republic) and was guest professor at the universitiesof Italian Pisa, American Morgantown and French Clermont-Ferrand and Lorient. Since 2006 he has been pensioned,collaborating with the same Ostrava University as external specialist in various research projects, in doctoral studiesand with a rather new Faculty of art.Beside his official work in computer science, he applied exact techniques (applied in programming language analysis)to formulate the rhythmical laws of music in free rhythm and is a director and soloist of singing group Musica Poeticaspecialized to the chant originated during the first millennium A.D. in Europe and certain Near East Asian countries.ISSN: 1790-5117 15 ISBN: 978-954-92600-1-4


Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATIC CONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATIONPlenary Lecture 2Discrete Event Formalisms for Workflow throughput DiagnoseAssociate Professor Calin I. Ciufudean"Stefan Cel Mare" Universtity of SuceavaFaculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceDepartment of Automatics and Computers9, University str., RO720225, SuceavaROMANIAE-mail: ciufudean.calin@yahoo.comAbstract: We focus on estimating the throughput of a workflow modelled with stochastic Petri nets (SPNs). Weconsider this discussion important, as there is a lot of confusion about the definition of the risk and the reliability offlexible manufacturing system analysis, both being risk analysts and decision makers. We propose an approach forthis analysis by using a new model for artificial social systems (ASSs) behaviours, and by introducing equivalenttransfer functions for SPNs.ASSs exist in practically every multi-agent system, and play a major role in the performance and effectiveness chartof the agents. ASS allows agents to coexist in a shared environment and pursue their respective goals in thepresence of other agents.This is the reason why we introduce a suggestive model for ASSs. To model complex systems, such as flexiblemanufacturing ones, a class of Petri nets is adopted, and briefly introduced. This class allows representing the flow ofphysical resources and control information data of the ASSs components. In the analysis of SPN we use simulationsin respect to timing parameters in a generalized semi-Markov process (GSMP). By using existing results onperturbation analysis (e.g., delays in supply with raw materials, equipment failure, etc.), and by extending them tonew physical interpretations we address unbiased sensitivity estimators correlated with practical solutions in order toattenuate the perturbations.The novelty of the approach is that the construction of large Markov chains is not required. Using a structuraldecomposition, the construction system is divided into cells. We can simplify the structure of the SPN using thepresented approach, which is useful when we deal with complex Petri nets, and we need to simplify these structures(e.g. graphs) in order to analyze them properly. For each cell a Markov model was derived and the probability wasdetermined of at least Ni working machines in cell i, for i = 1, 2, .., n and j, where j = 1, ..., m, working materialhandling system (MHS) at time t, where Ni and j satisfy the system production capacity requirements. An exampleillustrates this approach. The results reported here form the basis of several enhancements, such as conductingperformance studies of complex systems with multiple part types.Brief Biography of the Speaker:• Honorary Member of the Romanian Society of Electrical & Control Engineering - Member of the RomanianTechnical Experts Corp.• Technical Expert of the Romanian Ministry of Justice.• President of the Romanian Society of Electrical & Control Engineering, Suceava Branch.• Academic Positions: Assoc. Professor, Dept. of Automatics and Computers, Faculty of Electrical Engineering andComputer Science, “Stefan cel Mare” University of Suceava, Romania.• Fields of Scientific Activities: Discrete Event Systems, Complex Measurement Systems, Reliability and Diagnosis ofControl Systems, Environmental Management.• He published 6 books and over 120 scientific papers in conference proceedings and journals.ISSN: 1790-5117 16 ISBN: 978-954-92600-1-4


Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATIC CONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATIONPlenary Lecture 3How to Investigate the Decision Making Behavior of Investors in Financial Markets bymeans of Software AgentsProfessor Filippo NeriUniversita' di Napoli "Federico II"Dipartimento di Informatica e SistemisticaVia Claudio 2180125 Napoli (NA)ITALYE-mail: filipponeri@yahoo.comAbstract: Financial markets are an example of complex systems where relevant behavior happens to be a synthesisof independent and singular decisions taken by individual entities operating in them. Such is the case of financialmarkets where several investors autonomously decide what investment decision to undertake.In our work, in particular, we focus our attention to the following research question: can a software agent simulationreproduce the behaviour of a significant financial market time serie by concentrating on many simple interactionsamong investors-agents.This talk takes forward a research line we started to investigate a year ago and the most promising empirical findingsare reported.Brief Biography of the Speaker:Prof. Filippo Neri is currently a professor in Computer Science at the Department of Computer and System Science ofUniversity of Naples "Federico II".Prof. Filippo Neri has wide experience in the area of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and software agentsimulation. He had the opportunity to work both in academic and industrial environments including Ericsson's andUnlever's R&D centers and across three countries in the European Union (Italy, Ireland and UK). He is currentlysetting up a spin-off company providing consulting services for information technology strategy and managementwhile at the same time advancing his academic career.He has studied and visited at several important academic institutions including Carnegie Mellon University, MIT,Imperial College London, University of Milano, University of Torino.He is a Marie Curie Fellow and an ADI associate, the Italian PhD association. He is a founding member of initiativesaiming to close the gap between academia and the business application of research results.Finally he has served in the program committees and as reviewer at several international conferences and he isauthor of more than 50 internationally reviewed publications.ISSN: 1790-5117 17 ISBN: 978-954-92600-1-4


Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATIC CONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATIONPlenary Lecture 4Improving Monitoring, Control and Protection of Power Grid Using Wide Area Synchro-Phasor MeasurementsProfessor Hamid BentarziDGEE, FSI, Boumerdes UniversityALGERIAE-mail: bentarzi_hamid@yahoo.comAbstract: When disturbances occur in power grid, monitoring, control and protection systems are required to stop thegrid degradation, restore it to a normal state, and hence minimize their effects. However, in wide area power gridresulting from large extension and interconnection with neighbor grids, classical systems based on local independentmeasurements and decisions are not able to consider the overall power grid disturbances and then they are not ableto avoid the blackout. The introduction of the advanced measurement and communication technologies in thesesystems may provide better ways to detect rapidly these disturbances and protect the overall grid from thepropagation of the fast-cascading outages. Indeed, the observability of the wide area power system dynamicsbecomes feasible through the use of these recent developed technologies. Using wide area real-time synchro-phasormeasurement system based on Phasor Measurement Units (PMUs), different types of wide area protection,emergency control and optimization systems can be designed and implemented. In this talk we discuss newtechnologies that allow wide area grid to be well monitored, controlled and protected against any disturbances. At thebeginning, we present the different steps which may be followed in order to develop PMU based Wide areameasurement system taking into count quality of the power grid dynamics observability. After that, we discuss how toimprove monitoring, control and protection integrated system for wide area power grid. We have already designedand implemented PMU based wide area synchro-phasor measurement system through the use of the newtechnologies as well as we have tested its performances for showing its experimental evaluation. Besides, we havedeveloped some applications where these advanced technologies have been used. We will end up this talk bypresenting our research work results related to this subject.Brief Biography of the Speaker:Hamid BENTARZI was born in Boumerdes, Algeria. He received both Electrical Engineering and Magister Degreeswith honors from "Institut National d'Electricite et d'Electronique" (INELEC), Boumerdes, Algeria, in 1989 and 1992respectively and Ph.D in Microelectronic systems from "Ecole Nationale Polytechnique" (ENP), Algiers, Algeria, in2004. Till 1999, he was a lecturer at INELEC, Boumerdes, Algeria. Since 1999, he has been a faculty member at theDepartment of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Boumerdes, Algeria. Since2001, he has been head of research team working in developing microelectronic systems applied to power systemsin the Signal and System Laboratory, Boumerdes, Algeria. His current research interests are in the fields ofmicroelectronics, electrical protection systems, electric energy systems and systems reliability. He has authored andco-authored over 50 technical papers. Besides, he has been a member of organizing and technical committee ofseveral conferences including WSEAS group.ISSN: 1790-5117 18 ISBN: 978-954-92600-1-4


Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATIC CONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATIONPlenary Lecture 5Modeling Ecological SystemsProfessor Dana SimianFaculty of SciencesUniversity Lucian Blaga of SibiuROMANIAE-mail: dana.simian@ulbsibiu.roAbstract: Modeling ecological systems requires tools from different field of mathematics and computer scienceincluding multivariate interpolation, classification, regression, statistical analysis, multiagent systems. A problem thathas gained increasing interest in the last years is the objective selection of areas of conservative interest and theoptimization of management measures for biodiversity conservation. Our aim is to present the design elements for amulti agent system which interprets the data from an ecological system and optimizes the management decisions.The areas and the species are automatic and dynamic classified, taking into account different biodiversity indices. Weuse Support Vector Machine for classification tasks and Support Vector Regression for predictions. For testing ourmodel and system we use data from the Romanian Viseu catchment.Brief Biography of the Speaker:Dana Simian received the diploma. in engineering from the University of Sibiu, Romania, the diploma. in Mathematics- Informatics from the University Babes-Bolyai of Cluj-Napoca, Romania and the Ph.D. from Babes-Bolyai Universityof Cluj- Napoca, Romania. She graduated many courses in Computer Science. She is the head of the Department ofComputer Science from the Faculty of Sciences, University Lucian Blaga of Sibiu, Romania. She has a greatexperience in algorithms and numerical methods for modelling and optimization. She published 16 books, more than60 articles and participated in the editorial board of more than 22 scientific publications (proceedings of internationalconferences).She organized 7 special sessions within WSEAS conferences, 2 international workshops and an internationalconference on topics related to algorithms and computational techniques in modeling, approximation andoptimization. She was a member of many scientific committees of international conferences. She was plenaryspeakers in 6 international conferences. She is reviewer of many scientific publications. She was involved as directorof many research grants. She has been included in "Who is Who in the World" in 2006-2009 and in the "IBCForemost Engineers of the World", 2008.ISSN: 1790-5117 19 ISBN: 978-954-92600-1-4


Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATIC CONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATIONPlenary Lecture 6Method for Classification in Interval-Valued Information SystemsProfessor Amaury A. CaballeroDepartment of Electrical and Computer EngineeringFlorida International University10555 W. Flagler StreetMiami, FloridaUSAE-mail: caballer@fiu.eduAbstract: Due to its importance in a number of fields, the problem of classification or classes discrimination ininformation systems has been approached by multiple authors, and various methods to address this issue have beendeveloped. The combination of rough sets and fuzzy logic for classification is a widely adopted method. Rough settheory helps in minimizing the number of attributes that influence the selection and fuzzy logic permits to discriminatewhen there is more than one possible solution for the same attributes and intervals. Neural networks and informationentropy have also been used to discriminate. When information is diffuse and the number of obtained values for eachattribute is large, such is the number of rules for any type of solution method. Due to this fact, interval-valuedinformation systems have been proposed by several authors, in which an interval of values is defined for eachattribute, moving from the minimum to the maximum obtained values in the database or using the standard deviationfrom the original data to define the minimum and maximum values. Differently from other works, the concept ofinformation measure is used in this paper, together with a fuzzy logic discrimination tool. Using these concepts, anattribute reduction is initially obtained and then fuzzy logic is applied for discriminating among the possible solutions.The method results simpler than others, and as accurate as the methods usually employed.Brief Biography of the Speaker:Amaury A. Caballero obtained his Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Havana, Cuba,earned his Ph.D. in Technical Cybernetics from the Energy Institute of Moscow, Russia, and his ProfessionalEngineer License from the state of Florida, USA. For more than 20 years he taught and performed research at theHigher Polytechnic Institute of Havana, where he earned the category of Full Professor and directed research in theareas of Automatic Control and Robotics. He was also a member of the Higher Scientific Council of the CubanAcademy of Sciences and was awarded medals in recognition of his work from the Cuban Ministry of HigherEducation and at the Technical University of Brno, in Czech Republic, where he participated in a post-doctoral Studyin robotics and did research with the Faculty. Dr. Caballero Has been invited to give speeches at the Universidad dePamplona in Colombia, the Universidad Catolica de Santa Maria in Peru, the Universidad TecnologicaCentroamericana in Honduras, and the Universidad Autonoma Estatal del Estado de Hidalgo in Mexico, where healso imparted a graduate course in fuzzy logic. He has published two text books and one monograph in the area ofautomatic control and obtained five certificates of invention in the same area. He also wrote published researchreports and papers, published in scientific journals and conference proceedings. In total he has over 100 publications.Presently, he is a lecturer at Florida International University, where he teaches in the department of Electrical andComputer Engineering and has conducted in-depth research in the areas of automation applied to constructionmanagement and in fuzzy logic applications, and works as a consultant in electrical engineering.ISSN: 1790-5117 20 ISBN: 978-954-92600-1-4


Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATIC CONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATIONPlenary Lecture 7Variable Structure-based Learning Algorithms for Neural NetworksProfessor Francklin Rivas-EcheverriaUniversidad de Los AndesLaboratorio de Sistemas Inteligentes (LabSIULA)MeridaVENEZUELAE-mail: rivas@ula.veAbstract: This plenary speech covers Control schemes for nonlinear dynamical systems using Variable StructureControl (VSC)-based adaptation algorithms for Neural Networks (NN). The VSC approach has been used in diversecontrol applications, and is new in the NN area. Some of the features of these algorithms are: Finite timeconvergence to zero of the learning error, guaranteed by stability analysis, robustness with respect to input andexternal perturbations and easy for computer implantation.The presentation includes identification and control applications in order to illustrate the feasibility of the approach.The plenary speech will contemplate the following topics:- VSC-based algorithms for a single neuron and for multilayer NN.- Dynamical filter-weights Neuron.- Dynamic NN VSC- based Adaptive Control of a Class of unknown Nonlinear Systems.- On-line Identification of a direct and inverse transfer operator for dynamical systems.- Inverse model-based Control using NN with VSC-based adaptation algorithms.- Model Reference Adaptive Control using a VSC-based Neuron-like virtual model.- Further works in the area of VSC-based learning algorithms applications.Brief Biography of the Speaker:Francklin Rivas-Echeverria Systems Engineer, MSc. in Control Engineering and Applied Science Doctor. Fullprofessor in Control Systems Department, at Universidad de Los Andes, Venezuela. He has been invited professor inthe Laboratoire d'Architecture et d'Analyse des Systemes (LAAS, Toulouse-France) and some Venezuelan andinternational Universities. He has also been technical advisor for “Venezuelan Oil Company” (PDVSA), “AluminumVenezuelan Company” (VENALUM), “Steel Venezuelan Company” (SIDOR), Trolleybus System in Venezuela(TROLMERIDA). He has created and is the Director of the Intelligent Systems Laboratory and is the head of theUniversity consulting unit (UAPIT-ULA). Over 180 publications in high level conferences and journals: the main topicsof his papers are: Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Control, Automation Systems and Industrial Applications. He hasapplied his results to many fields: Processes Control and Supervision, Oil production, Steel production processes,among others. Also, has developed several tools for automatic control teaching. He is coauthor of two booksconcerning Artificial Intelligence and Nonlinear Systems.ISSN: 1790-5117 21 ISBN: 978-954-92600-1-4


Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS International Conference on AUTOMATIC CONTROL, MODELLING & SIMULATIONAuthors IndexAbdelwahid, F. 23 Giribone, P. 223 Noreddine, C. 41Abreu, J. L. 242 Graur, A. 213 Obradovic, S. 235Adorno, A. 257 Grof, P. 397 Patic, C. P. 114 110Ahmad, A. H. 144 Guarnaccia, C. 299 Pedai, A. 71Alaci, S. 195 Hofreiter, M. 274 Petrov, P. 403Al-Duwaish, H. N. 87, 99, 104 Hrncar, M. 177 Pieronczyk, A. 294Al-Hamouz, Z. M. 87 Hunyadi, D. 316 Popa, I. F. 27, 31, 114Al-Hossain, A. 59, 65 Husu, A. G. 77 Popa, I. F. 110, 310Alsiherov, F. 434 Iagar, A. 439 Popescu, D. 191Andonova, A. 253 Iannone, G. 299 Prochazka, J. 165Ariffin, I. 144 Ion, F. 185 Prokop, R. 125Astrov, I. 71 Ionel, M. 185 Quartieri, J. 299Atia, Y. 59, 65 Iordan, A. 415 Quintero-Reyes, A. 138Babcicky, K. 181 Iosifescu, C. 207 Refoufi, L. 82Baciu, I. 415 Italo Cortez, J. 257, 263 Revetria, R. 219, 223, 269Balitanas, M. O. 355, 364 Ivanov, S. 253 Rios-Bolivar, A. 378, 384Balla, J. 287 Ivanovici, T. 77, 248 Rivas-Echeverria, F. 384Baranyi, P. 390, 397 Jakoubek, P. 274 Rizvi, S. Z. 104Belkadi, K. 278 Jovanovic, R. 322 Robles, R. J. 346, 351Bentarzi, H. 82 93 Jung, S. 420, 429 Rosidi, B. 144Borjas-Diaz, J. F. 138 Kafadarova, N. 253 Rubin, G. 263Bouda, L. 274 Kamel, H. 41 Schenone, M. 269Briano, E. 219, 223, 269 Kheldoun, A. 82 Sierra-Rodriguez, B. 138Buzduga, C. 213 Kim, S. 409, 420 Simian, C. 445Caballero, A. 231, 242 Kim, S. 425, 429 Simian, D. 235, 322Caballini, C. 219, 223, 269 Kim, T.-H. 346, 351, 355 Simian, D. 445, 450Cagalaban, G. 409 Kim, T.-H. 364, 409, 434 Skrzypczyk, K. 294Calleros-Torres, T. M. 138 Kindler, E. 150, 160, 165 Song, J.-G. 429Cho, S.-Y. 373 Klimes, C. 165 Stluka, P. 177Ciufudean, C. 191, 195, 201 Kolechkina, A. 53 Stoica, F. 450Ciufudean, C. 207, 213 Korondi, P. 390, 397 Supriyanto, E. 144, 305, 327Cortez, E. 257, 263 Krivy, I. 160, 165 Tanguy, A. 278Cortez, L. 257, 263 Kumar, S. 44 Testa, A. 219, 269Cozgarea, A. M. 195 Lamri, I. 41 Torres-Abrego, R. 138Cristiana, R. 35 Larios, M. 257 Tuba, M. 235, 322Cuntan, C. D. 415 Madrid, M. K. 131 Tumiran, M. A. 144Damian, V. 201, 207 Makhtar, S. N. 144 Ulieru, E. D. 248Dinis, C. M. 439 Mastorakis, N. E. 44, 299 Ulieru, V. D. 77, 248Duta, L. 110, 114 Matusu, R. 125 Valentina, S. E. 35El-Sayed, I. 65 Miin, L. 327 Van Leeuwen, E. 53Encheva, S. 333, 337, 341 Mohamad Salim, M. I. 144 Van Nooijen, R. 53Enescu, D. 248 Mosca, R. 219 Vlad, V. 195, 213Espinosa-Reza, A. 138 Moussi, L. N. 131 Wee, L. K. 305, 327Fang, Y. 231, 242 Munoz, G. A. 263 Weinberger, J. 171Filote, C. 195 Mustapha, H. 41 Wu, N. 231Gaba, A. 310 Narciso, F. 378 Yen, K. 231, 242Galambos, P. 390 Negrea, A.-D. 310 Yousuf, M. S. 87Garcia-Mendoza, R. 138 Neri, F. 118 Zahran, M. 59, 65Gheorghe, I. 35 Neychev, I. 253Ghiaus, A.-G. 191 Nicolae Popa, G. 415, 439ISSN: 1790-5117 455 ISBN: 978-954-92600-1-4

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