JACIII Most Downloaded Papers, Oct. 2018

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No.1 2 Vol.22
Clustering-Based Cloud Migration Strategies
Mubeen Aslam, Lukman bin AB Rahim, Junzo Watada, and Manzoor Hashmani
cloud migration, legacy application, migration strategies, migration strategy selection process
No.2 1 Vol.22
Visual Co-Cluster Assessment with Intuitive Cluster Validation Through Cooccurrence-Sensitive Ordering
Katsuhiro Honda, Takuya Sako, Seiki Ubukata, and Akira Notsu
co-clustering, data structure visualization, eigen-problem, cluster validation
No.3 7 Vol.22
Microscopic Road Traffic Scene Analysis Using Computer Vision and Traffic Flow Modelling
Robert Kerwin C. Billones, Argel A. Bandala, Laurence A. Gan Lim, Edwin Sybingco, Alexis M. Fillone, and Elmer P. Dadios
traffic scene analysis, intelligent transport systems, computer vision, vehicle detection and tracking, microscopic traffic flow modelling
No.4 2 Vol.22
Characteristics of Rough Set C-Means Clustering
Seiki Ubukata, Keisuke Umado, Akira Notsu, and Katsuhiro Honda
clustering, hard C-means, rough set theory, rough C-means, rough set C-means
No.5 - Vol.22
Effective and Sustainable Strategy of Chinese Banks Based on Input-Output Increased DEA Design
Zui Yi Shen, Bing Xu, and Mohib Ur Rahman
banking reform, efficiency and sustainability, input-output increased, generalized data envelopment analysis
No.5 - Vol.22
A Socially Interactive Robot Partner Using Content-Based Conversation System for Information Support
Jinseok Woo, János Botzheim, and Naoyuki Kubota
robot partner, conversation system, Grice’s theory, information support
No.5 - Vol.22
Forecasting Stock Returns Based on a Time-Varying Factor Weighted Density Model
Wentao Gu, Yongwei Yang, and Zhenshan Liu
stock returns, time-varying factor weighted density, forecasting
No.5 - Vol.21
Time-Series Data Analysis Using Sliding Window Based SVD for Motion Evaluation
Yinlai Jiang, Isao Hayashi, Shuoyu Wang, and Kenji Ishida
singular value decomposition, time-series data analysis, sliding window, motion analysis, walking difficulty evaluation

Count period : October 1 - 31, 2018

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