• International Journal of 

     Soft Computing and Software Engineering [JSCSE]

    ISSN:  2251-7545

    Prefix DOI  :  10.7321/jscse

    URL: http://JSCSE.com


    A Peer-Reviewed Journal 

  •  The International Journal of 

    Soft Computing and Software Engineering [JSCSE]


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Table of Contents [Vol. 3, No.11, Nov]

Preeti Bala, Harsh Dev
Doi : 10.7321/jscse.v3.n11.1
Page : 1 - 6
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Abstract . This article presents a tool that has been developed for the creation of multi-views of system requirement specifications. The key component of developing the tool is a meta-model that represents different views and every view is based on a specific method and technique. I proposed two new symbols in the meta-model with their relevance and importance and how we can make a more effective model with the help of these two new symbols. The main objective of the symbol is to introduce a new way of information collection. This paper presents a new approach to graphical representation of meta-model adding two new symbols for multi- perspective environment with the objective of refining the requirement and collecting more appropriate information during developing software in multi-perspective environment where we also handle different views according to their skills and knowledge ,this paper also describes all the significance of these two symbols with the help of case study
Keyword : Meta-model, symbols, requirement specification ; multiple views, effective

Ebrahim Mattar, M. Akbaba
Doi : 10.7321/jscse.v3.n11.2
Page : 7 - 20
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Abstract . It is important to drive robotics systems with heavy duty machines. However, analysis and controller synthesis of an electrical rotating machine is considered as hard task to be achieved. This is due to the complicated and nonlinear differntional equations that govern such types of electro-mechanical systems. This article has been conducted to solve the issue of designing linear controllers (even with some Robust characters) for a class of nonlinear electrical motor. Initially a Takagi –Sugeno (T-S) Neuro-Fuzzy models are built while extracting machine sub-linear models. Local state feedback controllers are synthesized using some optimization tools. For designing the controller with some noise rejection characters, an was used, while solving LYAPUNOV candidate function using LMI formulation. The synthesized controller strategy has proven as an effective in terms of solving for optimal system algebraic Riccatti formulation, while relying on Neuro-Fuzzy sub models.
Keyword : Neuro-fuzzy Modeling ; Nonlinear Dynamics ; Patterns Clustering

Faria Kanwal, Komal Bashir, Ayesha Haider Ali
Doi : 10.7321/jscse.v3.n11.3
Page : 21 - 28
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Abstract . World Wide Web is rapidly growing in size and usability. Web personalization is the hub of many e-commerce websites and web portals. It is the process of getting and storing information about site users. Moreover, web personalization helps in analyzing the information and then delivering the required data to the user. A number of techniques are proposed to acquire the better results. Collaborative filtering technique among all technique is better in a way that it provides recommendation to new user, based on the preference of similar users. All personalization techniques suffer from sparsity and black box problem. Association retrieval technique helps in reducing the sparsity and black box problems causing the limited recommendations and results to the new users of the website. To overcome the problem in Collaborative filtering technique gain the better results through this technique by recommending the transitive dependencies of the user to the items selected. Recommender system problems are identified and estimated.
Keyword : world wide web ; sparsity ; web personalization ; World Wide Web, Web Personalization, Collaborative ; World Wide Web;Web Personalization;Collaborative

Najhan Muhamad Ibrahim, Mohd Fadzil Hassan, M.Hussin Abdullah
Doi : 10.7321/jscse.v3.n11.4
Page : 29 - 57
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Abstract . Service-oriented architecture (SOA) refers to a software paradigm to develop systems where it is a collection of services in essence, the services of which communicate with each other. The communication not only can engage simple data passing but also can connect two or more services coordinating some activities. Cross-platform communication among systems is used to describe as Information Technology in assisting and managing any work or transaction activity without any interruption. Web services are distributed software components that support cross-platform communication among applications over a network. Currently, there are many specifications and deployment styles of Web services to construct SOA applications as well as several implementation techniques and technologies. However, integration and communication among cross-platforms cannot be guaranteed due to differences in application deployment, versions of Web service standards and the specifications supported. Middleware has become the accepted system to connect cross-platforms and distributed applications, and the Message Oriented Middleware is the most difficult to ignore in integration and communication of distributed systems. The proposed solution is a novel framework to automate the integration and communication among different SOA-based applications based on an extension of the Message Oriented Middleware (MOM) with Agent technology. This framework integrates agent technology for flexibility and adaptively in the communication flow and MOM as a common attach technology for distributed systems. Furthermore, a Translation Model is proposed to facilitate the translation process among different Web service descriptions. The aim is to provide a generic and autonomic translation process to support the cross-platform communication framework. As a proof of the concept, the research work is projected on a case study of the real world SOA application for an agent-based trading system.
Keyword : Message Oriented Middleware (MOM) ; Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) ; Agent Technology ; Web Services ; Agent-based SOA ; Cross-platform communication