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An accelerated parallel algorithm for constructing the nonredundant matrix of implications during the construction of fault-tolerant nonredundant diagnostic tests

An accelerated parallel algorithm for constructing the nonredundant matrix of implications during... In this article the relevance of using test methods of pattern recognition while developing intelligent systems for decision making support for various problem areas is discussed. The advantage of fault-tolerant diagnostic tests used in intelligent systems is shown, namely, a tool for registering and processing different kinds of errors in databases and knowledge bases. The results of testing two algorithms for constructing the nonredundant matrix of implications are compared; the technical particulars of program implementation are discussed such as synchronization means, test environment, test-program structure, and bottlenecks of program implementation; methods of their elimination, and further development of parallel algorithms. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Automatic Documentation and Mathematical Linguistics Springer Journals

An accelerated parallel algorithm for constructing the nonredundant matrix of implications during the construction of fault-tolerant nonredundant diagnostic tests

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2016 by Allerton Press, Inc.
Subject
Computer Science; Information Storage and Retrieval
ISSN
0005-1055
eISSN
1934-8371
DOI
10.3103/S0005105516060042
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Abstract

In this article the relevance of using test methods of pattern recognition while developing intelligent systems for decision making support for various problem areas is discussed. The advantage of fault-tolerant diagnostic tests used in intelligent systems is shown, namely, a tool for registering and processing different kinds of errors in databases and knowledge bases. The results of testing two algorithms for constructing the nonredundant matrix of implications are compared; the technical particulars of program implementation are discussed such as synchronization means, test environment, test-program structure, and bottlenecks of program implementation; methods of their elimination, and further development of parallel algorithms.

Journal

Automatic Documentation and Mathematical LinguisticsSpringer Journals

Published: Feb 21, 2017

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