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Journal of Artificial Intelligence
eISSN: 2077-2173
pISSN: 1994-5450

Editor-in-Chief:  Dr. Santosh Kumar Nanda
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Research Article
Dictionary Properties for Sparse Representation: Implementation and Analysis
Himanshu Patel and Hiren Mewada
Background and Objective: Linear inverse problems emerge throughout the engineering and the mathematical sciences. Over the last two decades, sparsity constraints have emerged as a fundamental type of regularizer. This paper implements and assesses the role of dictionary miscellany in sparse representation for image processing prospective. Materials and Methods: A dictionary is formed by a linear basis using a mathematical model from the set of images referred as analytic dictionary or using a set of realizations of the images referred as trained dictionary. This study considers the problem of true sparsity formation and analyzes the two most commonly used algorithms-the Matching Pursuit (MP) and Orthogonal Matching Pursuit (OMP) using analytical dictionaries. These methods were compared using diverse dictionaries formation for image restoration applications. Results: The results were validated using peak signal to noise ratio and mean square error of the sparse approximation for the images. The different dictionaries like-discrete wavelet dictionary, Discrete Cosine Transform and Kronecker Delta dictionary and Haar Wavelet Packets and DCT dictionary had been used for implementation of these two algorithms. Conclusion: This experiment showed that the discrete wavelet based dictionary performs best with orthogonal matching pursuit algorithm in terms of MSE and PSNR performances. The result also shows the out performance of OMP in comparison with MP. From the experiments, it has been observed that high number of iterations and small patch size proves to be advantageous.
Research Article
Fuzzy Hybrid Approach for Ranking and Selecting Services in Cloud-based Marketplaces
Azubuike Ezenwoke
Background and Objective: The popularity cloud computing has led to the proliferation of services that are commoditized and traded on cloud e-marketplaces. Besides, user’s cloud service requirements-QoS preferences and aspiration are often shrouded in vagueness and subjectivity. Therefore, cloud service selection can be overwhelming and lead to service choice overload. Existing cloud service selection approaches rarely provide mechanisms to elicit both the QoS preferences and aspirations, but rather considers either of them. This study aimed to design fuzzy-based model for service selection in e-market places that articulates both QoS preferences and aspirations. Materials and Methods: This model comprised a fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) method for deriving relative priority weights of QoS attributes, a fuzzy decision-making method for obtaining user’s QoS aspiration values and a fuzzy multi-objective optimization module for evaluating the services with respect to user requirements. A simulated experiment was conduct using publicly QoS dataset and ranking accuracy produced by the proposed approach compared to existing methods was measured using Normalize Discounted Cumulative Gain (NCDG) metric. Results: The descriptive and inferential analyses of the ranking results from both versions of the proposed approach produce better accuracy results based on the NCDG metric and were in all cases closer to the benchmark metric than the other two existing methods used in this simulation. Conclusion: Results from current simulation experiment showed that the ranking accuracy of this model is not compromised by subjective QoS information from users and this approach is applicable use the subjective QoS requirements of user’s in ranking services in the cloud e-marketplaces.

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