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Reduction of carbon emission and total late work criterion in job shop scheduling by applying a multi-objective imperialist competitive algorithm

Hamed Piroozfard, Kuna Yew Wong, Manor Kumar Tiara
Pages: 805 - 829
New environmental regulations have driven companies to adopt low-carbon manufacturing. This research is aimed at considering carbon dioxide in the operational decision level where limited studies can be found, especially in the scheduling area. In particular, the purpose of this research is to simultaneously...

A New Approach for Condition Monitoring and Detection of Rail Components and Rail Track in Railway*

Mehmet Karakose, Orhan Yamanand, Kagan Murat, Erhan Akin
Pages: 830 - 845
Computer vision-based tracking and fault detection methods are increasingly growing method for use on railway systems. These methods make detection of components of the railways and fault detection and condition monitoring process can be performed using data obtained by means of computers. In this study,...

Dynamic deep learning algorithm based on incremental compensation for fault diagnosis model

Jing Liu, Yacheng An, Runliang Dou, Haipeng Ji
Pages: 846 - 860
As one of research and practice hotspots in the field of intelligent manufacturing, the machine learning approach is applied to diagnose and predict equipment fault for running state data. Despite deep learning approach overcomes the problem that the traditional machine learning approaches for fault...

A Novel Two-step Feature Selection based Cost Sensitive Myocardial Infarction Prediction Model

Hodjat Hamidi, Atefeh Daraei
Pages: 861 - 872
Considering the rapid growth, complications and treatment side-effects of MI, so using data mining techniques seems necessary. On the other hand, in real-world MI cases are much less compared to healthy cases. The traditional algorithms for imbalanced problems lead to very low Sensitivity, thus, we propose...

An Agile Mortality Prediction Model: Hybrid Logarithm Least-Squares Support Vector Regression with Cautious Random Particle Swarm Optimization

Chien-Lung Chan, Chia-Li Chen, Hsien-Wei Ting, Dinh-Van Phan
Pages: 873 - 881
Logarithm Least-Squares Support Vector Regression (LLS-SVR) has been applied in addressing forecasting problems in various fields, including bioinformatics, financial time series, electronics, plastic injection moulding, Chemistry and cost estimations. Cautious Random Particle Swarm Optimization (CRPSO)...