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    Education in Accounting using an Interactive System

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    This paper represents a summary of a research report and the results of developing an educational software, including a multi-agent system for teaching accounting bases and financial accounting. The paper describes the structure of the multi-agent system, defined as a complex network of s-agents. Each s-agent contains 6 pedagogical agents and a coordinator agent. We have defined a new architecture (BeSGOTE) that extends the BDI architecture for intelligent agents and we have defined a mixing-up relation among the accounts, presenting the way in which it can be used for testing students.Computer Aided Education, Multi-Agent System, Artificial Intelligence, Accounting Education

    Political Discourse Analysis through Solving Problems of Graph Theory

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    In this article, we show how, using graph theory, we can make a content analysis of political discourse. Assumptions of this analysis are: ├óÔéČ┬ó we have a corpus of speech of each party or candidate; ├óÔéČ┬ó we consider that speech conveys economic, political, socio-cultural values, these taking the form of words or word families; ├óÔéČ┬ó we consider that there are interdependences between the values of a political discourse; they are given by the co-occurrence of two values, as words in the text, within a well defined fragment, or they are determined by the internal logic of political discourse; ├óÔéČ┬ó established links between values in a political speech have associated positive numbers indicating the "power" of those links; these "powers" are defined according to both the number of co-occurrences of values, and the internal logic of the discourse where they occur. In this context we intend to highlight the following: a) which is the dominant value in a political speech; b) which groups of values have ties between them and have no connection with the rest; c) which is the order in which political values should be set in order to obtain an equivalent but more synthetic speech compared to the already given one; d) which are the links between values that form the "core" political speech. To solve these problems, we shall use the Political Analyst program. After that, we shall present the concepts necessary to the understanding of the introductory graph theory, useful in understanding the analysis of the software and then the operation of the program. This paper extends the previous paper [6]graph theory, discourse analysis, political programs

    Education in Accounting using an Interactive System

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    This paper represents a summary of a research report and the results of developing an educational software, including a multi-agent system for teaching accounting bases and financial accounting. The paper describes the structure of the multi-agent system, defined as a complex network of s-agents. Each s-agent contains 6 pedagogical agents and a coordinator agent. We have defined a new architecture (BeSGOTE) that extends the BDI architecture for intelligent agents and we have defined a mixing-up relation among the accounts, presenting the way in which it can be used for testing students.Computer Aided Education, Multi-Agent System, Artificial Intelligence, Accounting Education

    Algorithm for Financial Derivatives Evaluation in Generalized Double-Heston Model

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    This paper shows how can be estimated the value of an option if we assume the double- Heston model on a message-based architecture. For path trace simulation we will discretize continous model with an Euler division of time.Monte Carlo; algorithms; computational financial engineering; derivatives evaluation; Black├»┬┐┬ŻScholes├»┬┐┬ŻMerton model; Heston model; double-Heston model; generalized double-Heston model.

    Education in Accounting using an Interactive System

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    This paper represents a summary of a research report and the results of developing an educational software, including a multi-agent system for teaching accounting bases and financial accounting. The paper describes the structure of the multi-agent system, defined as a complex network of s-agents. Each s-agent contains 6 pedagogical agents and a coordinator agent. We have defined a new architecture (BeSGOTE) that extends the BDI architecture for intelligent agents and we have defined a mixing-up relation among the accounts, presenting the way in which it can be used for testing students

    Education in Accounting using an Interactive System

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    This paper represents a summary of a research report and the results of developing an educational software, including a multi-agent system for teaching accounting bases and financial accounting. The paper describes the structure of the multi-agent system, defined as a complex network of s-agents. Each s-agent contains 6 pedagogical agents and a coordinator agent. We have defined a new architecture (BeSGOTE) that extends the BDI architecture for intelligent agents and we have defined a mixing-up relation among the accounts, presenting the way in which it can be used for testing students

    Resumen en espa├▒ol

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    Resumen en español<br />BRAIN. Broad Research in Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience<br />CEREBRO. Investigación en sentido amplio sobre Inteligencia Artificial y Neurociencia<br />Volumen 1, Número 4<br />Octubre 2010: Otoño 2010<br />www.brain.edusoft.ro<br />Editor Jefe: Bogdan Patru

    ├ľsszefoglal├│k magyar nyelven

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    Összefoglalók magyar nyelven<br />AGY. Átfogó kutatás a mesterséges intelligencia és Fiziológiájával és biokémiájával<br />ISSN 2067 – 3957<br />1. kötet, 3. szám<br />Július 2010: Boldog nyár!<br />www.brain.edusoft.ro<br />F┼Ĺszerkeszt┼Ĺ: P─âtru┼ú Bogda

    BRAIN vol. 4 (2013), issues 1-4, first 4 pages

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS┬áSections BRAINStorming and BRAINovations┬á1. Evolving Spiking Neural Networks for Control of Artificial Creatures 5Arash Ahmadi┬á2. Artificial Neuron Modelling Based on Wave Shape 20Kieran Greer┬á3. Brain-Like Artificial Intelligence for Automation ÔÇô Foundations, Concepts andImplementation Examples 26Rosemarie Velik┬á4. Performance Analysis of Unsupervised Clustering Methods for Brain Tumor Segmentation 55Tushar H Jaware and Dr. K B Khanchandani┬á5. High Performance Data mining by Genetic Neural Network 60Dadmehr Rahbari┬á6. Isomorphism Between EstesÔÇÖ Stimulus Fluctuation Model and a Physical-Chemical System 71Makoto Yamaguchi┬á7. Intelligent Continuous Double Auction method For Service Allocation in Cloud Computing 74Nima Farajian, Kamran Zamanifar┬á8. An Enhancement Over Texture Feature Based Multiclass Image Classification UnderUnknown Noise 84Ajay Kumar Singh, V P Shukla, Shamik Tiwari and S R Biradar┬á9. Suicide: Neurochemical Approaches 97Ritabrata Banerjee, Anup K. Ghosh, Balaram Ghosh, Somnath Bhattacharya and Amal C. Mondal┬á10. L1 Transfer in Post-Verbal Preposition: An Inter-level Comparison 125Samira Mollaei, Ali Jahangard and Hemaseh Bagheri┬áSection BRAINotes┬á11. Looking for Oriental fundamentals Fuzzy Logic 141├üngel Garrido and Piedad Yuste┬áInstructions for authors 146</div
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