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BRAIN: Business Process Management – An Interesting Approach

In the latest volume of the BRAIN journal, Roberto Paiano, Adriana Caione, Anna Lisa Guido, Angelo Martella and Andrea Pandurino have come up with an interesting research on the Business Process Development, a traditional approach vs. a knowledge based approach.

Individuals these days have a tendency to get confused by various sources of data. These Italian researchers have thought of a bit of work in which they compare both sides of the Business Process Management.

Project Management System – Conceptual Model (Part 1 and 2)
Project Management System – Conceptual Model (Part 1 and 2)

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    BRAIN is an academic journal willing to create links between specialists from clearly diverse exploratory fields, for example, Computer Science and Neurology. In fact, there is a considerable measure of subjects, for example, Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Sciences and Neurosciences that can converge in the investigation of the brain and its keen capacities. Mr. Kieran Greer contributes to our latest journal volume with a revolutionary research New Ideas for Brain Modelling. His work describes some biologically-inspired processes that could be used to build the sort of networks that we associate with the human brain. The surprise element to his research is  a ‘refined’ neuron.  This…
    Tags: process, system, stem, edusoft, melinte, diana-elena, b.r.a.i.n
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    An innovative research in BRAIN journal, Classification of Human Emotion from Deap EEG Signal Using Hybrid Improved Neural Networks with Cuckoo Search, academic article provided by M. Sreeshakthy and J. Preethi, both professors at Anna University Regional Centre, Coimbatore, India. Emotions have a major role  in human decision handling, interaction and cognitive process. This paper depicts the acknowledgment procedure of the human emotions from DEAP EEG dataset utilizing various types of techniques. Human emotions have a major impact on emotional processing and Human Machine Interaction. The emotions might be glad, miserable, shock, irate and so forth, which are utilized to…
    Tags: specific, process, based, edusoft, melinte, diana-elena, b.r.a.i.n
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    Ján Mojžiš and Michal Laclavík present an interesting topic in the academic article Browsing Semantic Data in Slovakia in the latest volume of BRAIN journal. Semantic data browsing is an important task for open and governmental data in behalf of public control. There are many projects and solutions regarding semantic data browsing and navigation, but despite the fact, in Slovakia, the availability of such data is poor. They contribute to the Slovakian semantic data by designing and proposing their solution of data browsing, by implementing their own AGECRT NET tool. The information on the Web is distributed in different arrangements. Usually for normal…
    Tags: based, edusoft, melinte, diana-elena, b.r.a.i.n
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    Eman Alharbi, Saim Rasheed and Seyed Buhari have recently conducted a little research for BRAIN journal. Recently, the effect of colors on the cerebrum signals has ended up one of the main scrutinizes in BCI frameworks. These scrutinizes depend on contemplating the mind conduct after shading jolt, and figuring out how to group its signs logged off without considering the continuous. Moving to the following step, they display a constant order model (online) for EEG signals evoked by RGB colors jolts, which is not introduced in past studies. The motivation behind this exploration is to perform an online characterization of EEG flags that…
    Tags: approach, edusoft, melinte, diana-elena, b.r.a.i.n

BRAIN: New Ideas for Brain Modelling

BRAIN is an academic journal willing to create links between specialists from clearly diverse exploratory fields, for example, Computer Science and Neurology. In fact, there is a considerable measure of subjects, for example, Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Sciences and Neurosciences that can converge in the investigation of the brain and its keen capacities.

Mr. Kieran Greer contributes to our latest journal volume with a revolutionary research New Ideas for Brain Modelling. His work describes some biologically-inspired processes that could be used to build the sort of networks that we associate with the human brain.

Example of a Concept Tree with a new base being created
Example of a Concept Tree, with a new base being created

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  • 89
    In the latest volume of the BRAIN journal, Roberto Paiano, Adriana Caione, Anna Lisa Guido, Angelo Martella and Andrea Pandurino have come up with an interesting research on the Business Process Development, a traditional approach vs. a knowledge based approach. Individuals these days have a tendency to get confused by various sources of data. These Italian researchers have thought of a bit of work in which they compare both sides of the Business Process Management. The enterprise administration refers to a heterogeneous total of both assets and resources that should be facilitated and coordinated so as to achieve the objectives identified…
    Tags: process, system, stem, edusoft, melinte, diana-elena, b.r.a.i.n
  • 69
    An innovative research in BRAIN journal, Classification of Human Emotion from Deap EEG Signal Using Hybrid Improved Neural Networks with Cuckoo Search, academic article provided by M. Sreeshakthy and J. Preethi, both professors at Anna University Regional Centre, Coimbatore, India. Emotions have a major role  in human decision handling, interaction and cognitive process. This paper depicts the acknowledgment procedure of the human emotions from DEAP EEG dataset utilizing various types of techniques. Human emotions have a major impact on emotional processing and Human Machine Interaction. The emotions might be glad, miserable, shock, irate and so forth, which are utilized to…
    Tags: brain, process, edusoft, melinte, diana-elena, b.r.a.i.n
  • 68
    Ján Mojžiš and Michal Laclavík present an interesting topic in the academic article Browsing Semantic Data in Slovakia in the latest volume of BRAIN journal. Semantic data browsing is an important task for open and governmental data in behalf of public control. There are many projects and solutions regarding semantic data browsing and navigation, but despite the fact, in Slovakia, the availability of such data is poor. They contribute to the Slovakian semantic data by designing and proposing their solution of data browsing, by implementing their own AGECRT NET tool. The information on the Web is distributed in different arrangements. Usually for normal…
    Tags: brain, edusoft, melinte, diana-elena, b.r.a.i.n
  • 59
    Eman Alharbi, Saim Rasheed and Seyed Buhari have recently conducted a little research for BRAIN journal. Recently, the effect of colors on the cerebrum signals has ended up one of the main scrutinizes in BCI frameworks. These scrutinizes depend on contemplating the mind conduct after shading jolt, and figuring out how to group its signs logged off without considering the continuous. Moving to the following step, they display a constant order model (online) for EEG signals evoked by RGB colors jolts, which is not introduced in past studies. The motivation behind this exploration is to perform an online characterization of EEG flags that…
    Tags: brain, model, edusoft, melinte, diana-elena, b.r.a.i.n

Women and Girls in STEM

STEM education has become more and more important, and it is required for an interconnected global economy. The acronym refers to a range of academic disciplines, such as science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, meant to bring a significant and beneficial contribution to the training offered by the education system in these fields. They provide workforce development, shaping the students’ vision according to the market requirements. We should mention the STEM initiative proposed by Georgette Yakman, the one who has introduced art among these disciplines, believing that there is a connexion between them, complying with the global socio-economic system.

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    In the latest volume of the BRAIN journal, Roberto Paiano, Adriana Caione, Anna Lisa Guido, Angelo Martella and Andrea Pandurino have come up with an interesting research on the Business Process Development, a traditional approach vs. a knowledge based approach. Individuals these days have a tendency to get confused by various sources of data. These Italian researchers have thought of a bit of work in which they compare both sides of the Business Process Management. The enterprise administration refers to a heterogeneous total of both assets and resources that should be facilitated and coordinated so as to achieve the objectives identified…
    Tags: stem
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    BRAIN is an academic journal willing to create links between specialists from clearly diverse exploratory fields, for example, Computer Science and Neurology. In fact, there is a considerable measure of subjects, for example, Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Sciences and Neurosciences that can converge in the investigation of the brain and its keen capacities. Mr. Kieran Greer contributes to our latest journal volume with a revolutionary research New Ideas for Brain Modelling. His work describes some biologically-inspired processes that could be used to build the sort of networks that we associate with the human brain. The surprise element to his research is  a ‘refined’ neuron.  This…
    Tags: stem
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    The world of technology has always been dominated by men, and it is reported a continuous decrease in women working in this field, despite the numerous campaigns to encourage them to enter the IT field. Belinda Parmer, founder of the campaigning agency “Lady Geek”, used for the consultancy of big corporations such as Sony and Vodafone, comes with a solution to this problem. In the Miss Little Geek book she includes the drawbacks faced by women working in this field. The author is targeted at the employers, the government, and the parents, believing that women should be permanently encouraged to…
    Tags: women, career, girls
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    The latest volume of the BRAIN Journal has a new intriguing research on Training Teachers for the Knowledge Society: Social Media in Science Education  offered by Dana Crăciun and Mădălin Bunoiu from West University of Timișoara, Romania. Internet and Social Media (SM) have revolutionized the way exploratory data is dispersed inside of our general public. These days proficient and/or interpersonal organizations are progressively utilized for learning and casual science training effectively supplements the formal one by any means in educational levels. Students get to be dependent on technology from an early age and reliably utilize Social Media for correspondence purposes…
    Tags: science, students, education