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One of the major human activities is solving problems. It is desirable to be able to predict whether a problem will be solved or not or, more precisely, the probability that a person can solve a problem. This probability can be estimated based on previous experience of people solving similar...
We studied Several simulation programming codes. Based on our findings, the following suggestions may be necessary in the development of reliable simulation packages: 1) avoid global storage assignment in coding; 2) construct modular programming structure in implementation; 3) employ simple...
This paper is a short overview of our NASA-supported research into the necessity of using interval-based intelligent control techniques for space exploration. This is a reasonably new application area for interval computations, and we hope that the overviewed results and problems will be of some...
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