Information Systems & Modeling for Counterterrorism




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8th WSEAS CSCC (CSCC 2004)
Vouliagmeni (Suburb of Athens), Greece

Hotel ARMONIA: www.armonia.gr ,

1 Armonias str., 16671, Vouliagmeni, Athens, Greece


http://www.wseas.org





 

• 8th WSEAS International Conference on CIRCUITS

• 8th WSEAS International Conference on SYSTEMS

International Symposium: 2nd WSEAS Intern. Conf. on MULTIDIMENSIONAL

SYSTEMS (MDS 2004)

• 8th WSEAS International Conference on COMMUNICATIONS

• 8th WSEAS International Conference on COMPUTERS





JULY 12, 2004



ROOM A+B+C (unified): 08:00: OPENING


Plenary Speeches common for CIRCUITS, SYSTEMS, COMMUNICATIONS, COMPUTERS


PLENARY LECTURE A’: 08:00-08:45

Information Systems & Modeling for Counterterrorism


by


Dr. Alex Polymenopoulos

ADB Consulting LLC

2533 N. Carson Street, Suite 5324

Carson City, NV 89706, USA


Abstract: Bioterrorism is a clear danger to the world. It can be produced at small, covert facilities, carried in small vials and dispensed into water and food supplies. Hundreds of people could be infected before medical establishments discover the situation. Agents such as anthrax, botulism, plague, smallpox, and tularemia are transmitted by food contamination, infected animals, fleas, inhalation and infected humans. They all lead to death. This presentation describes information technology applications for early disease detection and for setting up linked prophylaxis clinics and emergency operations centers. It also discusses interoperability of medical facilities, law enforcement and health departments, emergency response resources, intelligence collection/situational reporting and mobile command vehicles through the specification of global requirements and standards. Links to moving and stopped mobile command centers are established using grid wireless networks. Collection of pre-bio-terrorism indicators is combined with medical symptoms reporting to provide early warning and medical preparedness. There is a great challenge to develop a network of interconnected models that trigger early warnings and construct situational pictures for emergency response units. Models employ Bayesian methods to interpret symptoms from differing sources to estimate likely bioterrorism incidents. Behavioral models of terrorist groups and pre-incident operations provide early warning alerts for positioning security and medical resources. A unified framework is presented that integrates interoperable systems, communications (voice and data), software tools and procedures to achieve an early warning and integrated response capability for homeland security. An example is described of a system implementation that demonstrates these concepts. This system was recently tested in a smallpox exercise to ensure interoperability and early warning readiness as well as ensuring that all citizens are inoculated in the necessary timeframe.


PLENARY LECTURE B’: 08:45-09:30


Resource Management in Mobile Telephony.
RRM in Heterogeneous Networking Environments of the 4th Generation



Professor Protonotarios Emmanuel

National Technical University of Athens

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Division of Communication, Electronic and Information Engineering

Heroon Polytechniou 9

Athens, 157 73

Greece


Congestion management in cellular networks is of prime importance for the mobile network operators of present and future generation. Nowadays cellular operators utilize improved planning techniques for enhanced capacity management, but on the other hand the number of mobile subscribers rapidly increases and additionally, new data-technologies for wireless access add extra traffic to the already overloaded networks, often causing serious problems to their performance. This presentation describes a radio resource management architecture for increasing the efficiency of cellular networks especially during overloading periods.


PLENARY LECTURE C’: 09:30-10:15


from scans to sutures: computer-assisted orthopedic surgery in the twenty-first century


Randy Ellis,

PhDDepartments of Computing,

Mechanical Engineering, and Surgery Queen's University, Kingston, Canada

Abstract: Computer-assisted surgery is the process of using medical images, such as CT scans, X-ray fluoroscopy, or 3D ultrasound, to improve patient care.  A typical surgical procedure begins by acquiring and processing a CT scan with specially developed image-analysis software.  A surgeon then performs a "virtual surgery" on the patient to develop a preoperative plan.  In the operating room the medical image is registered to the patient's anatomy by finding an optimal rigid-body transformation.  This transformation allows an object or motion in one coordinate frame to be represented in the other frame, and thus a surgeon can visualize the location of an instrument deep within concealed anatomy while avoiding structures at risk.  The operating surgeon can also use computer-tracked fluoroscopy or ultrasound for 3D guidance. For the past five years, our interdisciplinary research group has been investigating fundamental problems in orthopedic surgery of bones and joints.  This talk will be an overview of the problems and solutions that have been tested in a set of pilot clinical trials in which we have treated more than 250 patients for early or advanced arthritis, poorly healed bone fractures, and treatment of deep bone tumors.  The talk will conclude with the proposed design of a new kind of operating room that integrates real-time imaging and tracking with telecommunication to offsite biomechanical laboratories, aimed at improving the way in which surgeons plan and perform complex surgical
procedures.


PLENARY LECTURE D’: 10:15-11:00


The NPOESS Spacecraft and Payload Suite.
A Next Generation Low Earth Orbit Observation Platform



Hal J. Bloom
NPOESS Integrated Program Office
USA


Abstract: To meet user-validated requirements for 55 geophysical parameters. POESS will deliver global Stored Mission Data (SMD) to four U.S. centers for processing and distribution, with 95% of the data being delivered in less than 28 minutes from the time of collection. The advanced technology visible, infrared, and microwave imagers and sounders that will fly on NPOESS will deliver higher spatial and temporal resolution atmospheric, oceanic, terrestrial, climatic, and solar-geophysical data, enabling more accurate short-term weather forecasts and severe storm warnings, as well as serving the data continuity requirements for improved global climate change assessment and prediction. The NPOESS team (IPO, Northrop Grumman, and its subcontractors) is well along the path to creating a high performance, polar-orbiting satellite system that will be more responsive to user requirements, deliver more capability at less cost, and provide sustained, space-based measurements as a cornerstone of an Integrated Global Observing System. The National Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite System (NPOESS) and its managing Integrated Program Office (IPO) were established by a 1994 Presidential Decision Directive to converge existing Air Force, NASA & NOAA polar-orbiting satellites into an integrated national program. It is the follow on mission to the TIROS and DMSP satellites, carrying the next generation of weather instruments. NPOESS will exemplify the capabilities and challenges of future low earth orbit weather observation spacecraft. Earth observing requirements from the weather and climate science communities have significantly increased the demands on spacecraft. Increases in the number of phenomena observed, increases in their resolution and accuracy, and shorter refresh and reporting times put significant demands on spacecraft and ground systems. The impact of these new requirements on spacecraft are more instruments, high accuracy stable spacecraft platforms with higher data rates and more frequent data communications to the ground.


(coffee-break arround the swimming-pool: 11:00-11:30)


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CONFERENCE: 8th WSEAS International Conference on CIRCUITS
SESSION: Electronics and Circuit Analysis

ROOM A’, 11:30- 14:00
(coffee-break arround the swimming-pool: 11:00-11:30)

Chair: Spyros Tragoudas

A New CMOS Image Sensor with Pixel-Shared Design and Split-Path Readout Circuit

Hwang-cherng Chow and Yung-kuo Ho

487-742

A New Low Voltage CMOS 1-Bit Full Adder for Low Power Applications

Hwang-cherng Chow, I-chyn Wey and Chun-hua Huang

487-741

Compact Test Generation for Non-Robustly Testable PDFs

Maria K. Michael and Spyros Tragoudas

487-777

A Direct Method to Optimize the Ge Profile for Better Noise Performance in High Base Doping SiGe DHBTs

Brishbhan Panwar and Gagan Khanduri

487-768

Parameter extraction method for ultra-thin oxide mosfets using small-signal channel conductance measurement

Kow-ming Chang,Han-pang Wang

487-772



CONFERENCE: 8th WSEAS International Conference on SYSTEMS

SPECIAL SESSION: Intelligent Information Systems

ROOM B’, 11:30- 14:00
(coffee-break arround the swimming-pool: 11:00-11:30)

Chair: Abdel- Badeeh M. Salem

A Learning Fuzzy System for Intelligent Conversation

Nouhad Rizk

487-113

Image retrieval based on invariant features and histogram refinement

Ibrahim El-henawy, Mohamed Eisa, Hans Burkhardt

487-142

On the Design of a WebCT for Online E-Learning Course in Economic Information System

Ibrahiem M. M. El Emary, Jihad Abu Sondos

487-334

Convolutional codes simulation using Matlab

Eugen Petac, Abdel-Rahman Alzoubaidi

487-150

DatComNet: Designing an Intelligent Visual Tool for Teaching Data Communication and Network Information Systems

Abdel Badeea Salem& Ibrahiem M. M. El Emary

487-340

Lexical acquisition for information extraction from arabic text documents

Mervat Gheith, Magdy Aboul-Ela, Waleed Arafa

487-143

Comparing discriminant function, logistic regression and neural network for classification of stocks using ROC curve: Evidence from Egyptian Stock Exchange

Medhat Abdelaal

487-169

Applications of SOM magnification to data mining

Erzsébet Merényi, Abha Jain, William H. Farrand

487-528

Towards A Predictive Mult-Agent Model-Based Diagnosis

Nadim Obeid

487-640

Models Assessing Terrorist Activities

James (Bob) Johnson, Alex Polymenopoulos

487-738

Preparing for Bioterrorism through Widespread Information Sharing and Complex Modeling

James (Bob) Johnson, Kelley Stone, Alex Polymenopoulos

487-025



CONFERENCE: 8th WSEAS International Conference on COMMUNICATIONS

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP: Cryptography, Data and Network Security (Part I)

ROOM C’, 11:30- 14:30
(coffee-break arround the swimming-pool: 11:00-11:30)

Chair: Nikolaos Bardis, Marilena Mitrouli, Khaled E. A. Negm



A controlled environment for study of burst high bandwidth attack

Xin Wang, Binxing Fang

487-644

Providing High Availability to Time-Stamping Services Using Threshold Signature

Joseph K. Liu, Karyin Fung, Duncan S. Wong

487-429

SAMARA: Security Architecture Multi-Agent-based Risk Assessment

Gustavo Santana

487-619

Threshold Anonymous Credential System

Karyin Fung, Tony K. Chan, Joseph K. Liu, Duncan S. Wong

487-436

A Study on Encrypted Key exchange using password

Deok-Gyu Lee, Im-Yeong Lee

487-408

Light-Weight Self-Organized Authentication Management For Mobile Ad Hoc Networks by use of Hash Chain

Benny H. Tang, Caren P. Tang, Rosanna Y. Chan, Joseph K. Liu

487-460

ID: A Mandatory Field in IKE?

Zhaohui Cheng, Manos Nistazakis, Richard Comley

487-418

A New E-check System

Joseph K. Liu, Sandy H. Wong, Duncan S. Wong

487-430

Parallel WDM transmission for ultra-high bandwidth remote computer communication

Stamatios V. Kartalopoulos

487-168

A New One Time Password System

Vipul Goyal

487-501

Secure optical links in the next generation dwdm optical networks

Stamatios V. Kartalopoulos

487-167



CONFERENCE: 8th WSEAS International Conference on CIRCUITS

SPECIAL SESSION : Rapid Single-Flux-Quantum (RSFQ) and Switched Capacitor (SC) Circuits

ROOM A’, 15:00-16:30
(coffee-break arround the swimming-pool: 17:00-17:30)

Chair: V.Mladenov

The Josephson Transmission Line as an Impedance Matching Circuit

Boyko Dimov, Valery Todorov, Valeri Mladenov, F. Herman Uhlmann

487-357

Possible Connections of the Josephson Junctions within the RSFQ Logic Circuits

Boyko Dimov, Valery Todorov, Valeri Mladenov, F. Herman Uhlmann

487-358

Reduction of the gain errors in finite gain insensitive switched-capacitor integrator pair

Niolay Radev, Nikos Mastorakis, Valeri Mladenov

487-228

Minimization of operational amplifiers finite gain effects in switched-capacitor biquads

Nikolay Radev, Nikos Mastorakis, Valeri Mladenov

487-227



CONFERENCE: 8th WSEAS International Conference on SYSTEMS

SPECIAL SESSION: Towards Fuzzy-Neural Computing Systems

ROOM A’, 16:30-17:00 after the session “Rapid Single-Flux-Quantum (RSFQ) and Switched Capacitor (SC) Circuits”


(coffee-break arround the swimming-pool: 17:00-17:30)

Chair: Dragan Z. Saletic, Dusan M. Velasevic

A New Fuzzy Model of Determining the Severity of Respiratory Failure and Possibilities of Implementation

Dragan Z. Saletic, Dusan M. Velasevic, Nikos E. Mastorakis

487-642

Properties and modeling of partial conjunction/disjunction

Jozo Dujmovic, Henrik Larsen

487-691

An Adaptive Conflict-Resolving Neural-Fuzzy Classifier

Shing Chiang Tan, Machavaram Venkata Chalapathy Rao, Chee Peng Lim

487-219



CONFERENCE: 8th WSEAS International Conference on COMPUTERS

SPECIAL SESSION : Multimedia Communications

ROOM B’, 15:00-17:00
(coffee-break arround the swimming-pool: 17:00-17:30)

Chair: Z. Bojkovic

TCP/IP over Asynchronous Transfer Mode Multimedia Environment

Zoran Milicevic, Milorad Stanojevic, Zoran Bojkovic

487-156

Multimedia GIS and Location Based Services

Natasa Bojkovic, Snezana Pejcic-Tarle

487-152

MPEG-2 sensitivity to data loss and effects of different packet loss patterns

Dragorad Milovanovic, Vladimir Jovanovic, Zoran Bojkovic

487-154

Traffic engineering for IP networks: tools and challenges

Dragorad Milovanovic, Zoran Bojkovic

487-155

New technologies for broadcast quality video transmission

Sava Pavlovic, Stefan Voll, Dragorad Milovanovic, Zoran Bojovic

487-153



CONFERENCE: 8th WSEAS International Conference on COMPUTERS

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP: Imaging and Image Processing of dynamic processes in biology and medicine

ROOM C’, 15:00-17:00 and 17:30-20:30 (continued after the coffee-break arround the swimming-pool:)
(coffee-break arround the swimming-pool: 17:00-17:30)

Chair: Julian Mattes

Cardiac Segmentation from MRI-Tagged and CT Images

Dimitris Metaxas, Ting Chen, Xiaolei Huang and Leo

487-828

Multi-vector Segmentation of Breast MR Images via Hidden Markov Random Fields

Styliani Petroudi, Georgios Ketsetzis, Michael Brady

487-070

dynamical systems and bio-medical image processing

Jacques Demongeot

487-637

Optimizing Flip Angle Selection in Breast MRI for Accurate Extraction and Visualization of T1 Tissue Relaxation Time

Georgios Ketsetzis and Michael Brady

487-643

Modelling the oscillating calcium-induced anisotro

A. Pustoch, T. Boudou, J. Ohayon, Y. Usson, Philippe Tracqui

487-560

Analysis of the micropipette experiment for thin b

Thomas Boudou, Philippe Tracqui, Gerard Finet, J. Ohayon

487-559

Watershed Segmentation of Medical Images with On-The-Fly Seed Generation and Region Merging

I. Stephanakis, G. Anastassopoulos

487-490

The ôPAI-1 gameö: towards modelling the Plasminogen Activation system (PAs) dependent migration of cancer cells with the game theory.

F. Delaplace, A. Petrova, M. Malo, F. Maquerlot, R. Fodil, D. Lawrence, G Barlovatz-Meimon,

487-622



CONFERENCE: 8th WSEAS International Conference on SYSTEMS

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP: Design, Performance and Data Processing for Spaceborne Environmental Remote Sensing Systems

ROOM D’, 15:00-17:00 and 17:30-21:00 (continued after the coffee-break arround the swimming-pool:)
(coffee-break arround the swimming-pool: 17:00-17:30)

Chair: Bormin Huang

Special Topics after the 4th Plenary Lecture. The NPOESS Spacecraft and Payload Suite- A next generation low earth orbit observation platform

Hal J. Bloom

487-609

Investigation of Predictor-based Schemes for Lossless Compression of 3D Hyperspectral Sounder Data

Bormin Huang, Alok Ahuja, Hung-lung Huang, Timothy Schmit, Roger Heymann

487-712

The Evolution of Microwave Radiometers for Remote Sensing of Atmospheric Temperature and Humidity for Satellites, from Nimbus to NPOESS and Beyond

James C. Shiue

487-571

Hyperspectral Data Storage: Prototype Implementation Using

Erik R. Olson, Steven T. Dutcher, Robert O. Knuteson, Ray K. Garcia, Ralph G. Dedecker,

487-632

A Spectroscopic Database System For The Second Generation Vertical Sounders Radiance Simulation: The 2003 Edition Of The Geisa Database

N. Jacquinet-Husson, N.A. Scott, K. Garceran, R. Armante, A. Chedin

487-050

Satellite data analysis with FPGA reconfigurable c

Yongxiang Hu, Yang Cai, Sharon Rodier

487-561

Lossless compression of 3D hyperspectral sounding

Olga Kubasova, Pekka Toivanen, Jarno Mielikainen

487-552

Spectral DPCM for Lossless Compression of 3D Hyperspectral Sounding Data

Jarno Mielikainen, Olga Kubasova, Pekka Toivanen

487-620

Hyperspectral Infrared Measurements Simulation and Collection for GOES-R Sounder Lossless and Lossy Data Compression Study and Beyond

Hung-lung huang, Bormin Huang, Kevin Baggett, Alok Ahuja, Timothy j. Schmit and Roger w. Heymann

487-672

Analysis of CCSDS-ILDC for Remote Sensing Data Compression

Joan Serra-Sagrista, Cristina Fernandez, Fernando Garcia, Francesc Auli

487-614

Global Effective Hyperspectral Cloud Property Atlas for Hyperspectral Sounder Simulator and Processor

Li Guan, Hung-Lung Huang, Elisabeth Weisz, Kevin Baggett


487-664

The GIFTS Fast Model: Clouds, Aerosols and Surface Emissivity

James E. Davies, Hung-Lung Huang and Erik R. Olson

487-594

Japanese Advanced Meteorological Imager

Jeffery J. Puschell

487-681

Using Forward Error Correction Coding to Transmit Compressed Data in GOES-R

Charles Wang and Donald Olsen

487-720

Source Interleaving Mitigation of Bursty Turbo Product Code Output Errors on GOES-R Performance

Donald P. Olsen, Charles C. Wang, and Dean J. Sklar

487-824

Evaluation of Near Lossless Feature of Two On-board Data Compression Algorithms: SAMVQ and HSOCVQ

Shen-En Qian, Martin Bergeron and Allan Hollinger

487-572

Detection of bridges in sar images

Deniz Altin, Mesut Kartal

487-654

Censored Production Rules to General Rule Structure Converter

Nabil M. Hewahi

487-425

Tropospheric Trace Species Sensing FPI—Airborne System Development

Allen Larar, William Cook, Carl Mills, Michael Flood, Jeffery Puschell, Wilbert Skinner

487-727

Source Interleaving Mitigation of Bursty Turbo Product Code Output Errors on GOES-R Performance

Donald P. Olsen, Charles C. Wang, and Dean J. Sklar

487-824

A new scheme for MODIS cloud classification

Bormin Huang, Hao Chen, Steve Ackerman, W. Paul Menzel

487-718

Lossy data compression for high resolution imaging

Shawn W. Miller, Jeffery J. Puschell

487-761

An inversion scheme for retrieving surface bidirec

Fu-lai Yu, Mervyn Lynch, Brian White

487-514



CONFERENCE: 8th WSEAS International Conference on COMPUTERS

SPECIAL SESSION : Knowledge Management Techniques and Systems
ROOM A’, 17:30- 20:30
(coffee-break arround the swimming-pool: 17:00-17:30)

Chair: Wei-Shuo Lo, Chun-Yu Chen


The application of knowledge management to the universities technologic general education in Taiwan

Chin-Mou Cheng, Rrong-Lain Ho, Yu-HSuan Chao

487-758

Strategic Application of Knowledge Management to Nourishing Students of Animation Ability

Rong-lain Ho, Cheng-mou Cheng

487-709

Efficient remining of generalized multi-supported

Wen-yang Lin, Ming-cheng Tseng

487-526

The cultivating model and the structural equation model on application of knowledge management for Senior Vocational School teachers in the Department of Electric Machinery

Kuo-hung Tseng, Mingchang Wu, I-Pin Lu, Yu-Yu Shue

487-646

The Study of Knowledge Management and Organizational Innovation Applied in School Organizations

Szu-Ta Wu, Chen-Ya Tu, Ling-Ying Chou

487-655

the systematic strategy of knowledge management in elementary school administration-the development of distributed object oriented knowledge bank

Chien-hsun Tseng, Chun-yu Chen, Jui-jz Laio

487-666

The Implementation of Reasoning Skills Education i

Mingchang Wu, Chien-Feng Tai

487-553

using unknown for hiding sensitive items in association rule mining

Shyue-Liang Wang, Sachio Ito, Ayat Jafari

487-684

A Study of Practicing Knowledge Getting via Internet Information

Kuo-hung Tseng, Wen-Jiuh Chiang, Chi-Jen Lee, Hwa-Ling Tsai, Hsing-chun Fang

487-641

A Bottom Up Discovery of Generalized Web Browsing

Wei-Shuo Lo, Shyue-Liang Wang, Tzung-Pei Hong

487-540

a study of teachers knowledge management strategies in elementary and secondary schools

Chu-z Laio, Chun-yu Chen, Chien-hsun Tseng

487-659

The Strategy of Knowledge Innovation in Technical College/University in Taiwan

Yu-Hsuan Chao, Chin-Mou Cheng, Rong-Lain Ho

487-770



CONFERENCE: 8th WSEAS International Conference on Computers

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP: Advanced Technologies for Education & Health

ROOM C’, 17:30-20:30 after the end of the INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP: Imaging and Image Processing of dynamic processes in biology and medicine

(coffee-break arround the swimming-pool: 17:00-17:30)

Chair: Athina Lazakidou

Potential Benefits and Functionalities of a Clinical Information System for Orthopaedic Department

L. Poutsides, P. Vlastarakos, K. Malizos, D. Fotiadis, N.Goulas, A. Lazakidou

487-660

Adapted Signal Processing for Biomedical signal transmission over unreliable connexionless channels

Francis Castanie, Stephane Henrion, Corinne Mailhes

487-505

A Fuzzy Model for Non-Linear Segment-Dependent Equalization of Radiographs Used to Detect Intraperitoneal Free Air

G. Anastassopoulos, I. Stephanakis, A. J. Karayiannakis, D. Mantzaris, C. Simopoulos

487-443

recent adnances of the theory and applications of model selection criteria

Alex Karagrigoriou, Kyriakos Matthaiou, Filia Vonta

487-366

Prediction of human microRNa targtes using parallel compouting

Malik Yousef, Andrei Kouranov, Zissimos Mourelatos, Artemis G. Hatzigeorgiou

487-826

The e-Learning Technologies and the New Hidden Curriculum

Quintina Martin

487-837


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