Conference Program

Thursday, 22 October 2009

8.00 - 9.30

Registration, Senate Hall

9.30 - 10.50

Opening ceremony, Plenary lecture 1, Senate Hall

10.50 - 11.20

Coffee break

11.20 – 13.00

Plenary lecture 2, Plenary lecture 3, Plenary lecture 4,  Senate Hall

13.00 - 15.00


15.00 - 16.20

Session 1, Room A18
Session 2, Room A26

16.20 – 16.50

Coffee break

16.50 – 18.10

Session 3, Room A18
Session 4, Room A26


Welcome Party, Academic Reunion Center

Friday, 23 October 2009

9.30 - 10.50

Session 5, Room A18

10.50 - 11.20

Coffee break

11.20 – 13.00

Session 6, Room A18
Session 7, Room A26

13.00 - 15.00


15.00 – 16.40

Session 8, Room A18
Session 9, Room A26

1.640 – 17.10

Coffee break


Official Dinner, Roman Emperor Hotel

Saturday, 24 October 2009

9.00 – 10.00

Round table: Intelligent Systems Between Theory and Applications

10.00 – 19.00

Excursion: Sibiu – Medias – Biertan – Danes - Sibiu

Room A18 and A26 are situated in the building of Faculty of Sciences, I. Ratiu str. 5-7. For details, please see the map from the end of the program

Thursday, 22 October 2009

08.00 – 9.30    Registration, Senate Hall

09.30 – 10.50  Opening Ceremony, Senate Hall

Introduction and opening welcomes
Plenary Lecture 1, Nikos E. Mastorakis – WSEAS Research Department & Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria

11.20   Coffee break

11.20 – 13.00 Senate Hall
Plenary Lecture 2, Milan Tuba – Megatrend University of Belgrade, Guided Maximum Entropy Method
Plenary Lecture 3, Dana Simian – “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu, Models for intelligent agents based on Swarm intelligence
Plenary Lecture 4, Ioana Moisil – “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu, The Digital Culture Phenomenon. Can we model it?

15.00 – 16.20  Session 1, Room A18
Chairman: Florin Stoica, “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu

Domenico Consoli, Agile Enterprise that Sense the Market with Opinion Mining Algorithm
Gabriela Varvara, Carlos Pascal, Doru Panescu, Service Oriented Architecture Considerations for Distributed Intelligent Control of Modern Manufacturing Systems
Florin Stoica, Building a decision support system for long-term production planning using a distributed genetic algorithm
Laurentiu Ciovica, Liviu Ciovica, SGIA – Self Growing Intelligent Agent techniques for an agent to have one more characteristic: that to create, by itself, new services

15.00 – 16.20  Session 2, Room A26
Chairman: Anca Vasilescu, Transilvania University of Brasov

Ernest Scheiber, Parallel-Distribute Programming Tool for the Linda Programming Model
Anca Vasilescu, Algebraic model for the synchronous D flip-flop behaviour
Daniel N. Pop, Radu T. Trimbitas, A comparison between two collocations methods for linear polylocal problems - a Computer Algebra based approach
Camelia Serban, A Formal Approach for OOD Metrics Definition

16.20 – 16.50  Coffee break

16.50 – 18.10  Session 3, Room A18
Chairman: Ioan Pop, “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu

Marin Popa, Mariana Popa, Mihaita Dragan, On Particular Class of Location-Transition Petri Nets :State Machine
Liviu Ciovica, Laurentiu Ciovica, iAsistent in Differential Diagnostic
Ioan Pop, Invisible Web Search: Case Study Deep Web Search Tools
Florentina Laura Cacovean, An Algebraic Specification for CTL with Time Constraints

16.50 – 18.10  Session 4, Room A26
Chairman: Mircea Neamtu, “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu

Cristina-Elena Popenţa, Formal and Informal Models in Object-Oriented Requirements Engineering  
Mircea Iosif Neamtu, The computer’s vulnerabilities
Ioan Daniel Hunyadi, Improvements of Apriori Algorithm
Petko Lalov, Stefan Dimitrov, The Subset Sum Problem

19.00   Welcome Party, Academic Reunion Center

 Friday, 23 October 2009

09.30 – 10.50  Session 5, Room A18
Chairman: Dana Simian, “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu

Kiril Alexiev, Iva Nikolova,  Georgi Zapryanov, Stable 3D Scene Restoration Using One Active PTZ Camera
Vera Behar, Pavlina Konstantinova, Milen Nikolov, Automated contour determination in ultrasound medical images
Corina Simian, Vladislav Georgiev, Mathematical models in computer networks
Luminita State, Iuliana Paraschiv-Munteanu, A comparative analysis on the potential of SVM and k-means in solving classification tasks

10.50 - 11.20   Coffee break

11.20 – 13.00  Session 6, Room A18
Chairman: Octavian Agratini, Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj Napoca

Octavian Agratini, Saddika Tarabie, On some linear positive operators: statistical approximation and q-generalizations
Georgi Dimkov, The Musical Mode from Mathematical Point of View
Corina Simian, E-learning solutions in learning advanced topics in shape optimization
Stanislaw Sieniutycz, Modelling and Optimization of Static and Dynamic Power Systems
Jan Krcal, Departure model and its mathematical expression

11.20 – 13.00  Session 7, Room A26
Chairman: Kiril Alexiev, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Albena Tchamova, Jean Dezert and Florentin Smarandache, Tracking object's type changes with fuzzy based fusion rule
Maria Tosa-Abrudan, Diana Man, Vlad Zdrenghea, Fuzzy Agent in a Medical Diagnosis Support System
Vladislav Durev, Elissaveta Gadjeva, An Approach to Analog Circuit Synthesis using Genetic Algorithms
Stancu Mihai, A multilingual conversational agent with speech recognition and text-to-speech capabilities
Cristina Pop, Vasile Cornita, The art of teaching and learning online

15.00 – 16.20  Session 8, Room A18
Chairman: Heiner Gonska, University of Duisburg, Germany

Heiner Gonska, Ostrowski- and Grüss-type Inequalities: Applications to Approximation Theory
Gancho T. Tachev, On the Second Moment of Rational Bernstein Functions
Viorica Muresan, On the approximate solution of a functional-integral equation
Nicolae Boja, Georgeta Brailoiu, Remus Ene, Some Approximations in the Bar Deflection Analysis, II

15.00 – 16.20  Session 9, Room A26
Chairman: Ioana Moisil, “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu

Ana-Maria Mirea, Constantin Teodorescu-Mihai, Doina Preda, Mircea Preda, Adaptive Test Generation for E-Learning Systems
Cristian Frasinaru, A Constraint-Based Approach to the Timetabling Problem
Ionela Maniu, George Maniu, Examine the patterns that emerge when considering the taxonomy and identify models of recommender applications in E-commerce
Letitia Velcescu, Laurentiu Vasile, Distribution of result sets cardinalities in heterogeneous random databases

19.00   Official Dinner, Roman Emperor Hotel


The main locations of the conference are indicated in the map below:

Map of Sibiu – conference venue




1. Senate Hall

10 Victoriei Blvd.

2. Faculty of Science

5-7 Dr. Ratiu Str.

3. Academic Reunion Center

6 Banatului Str.

4. University Canteen

31 Victoriei Blvd.

5. Conference Banquet,
Roman Emperor  Restaurant

4 Nicolae Balcescu Str.

6. Open Air Museum

Sibiu, Calea Rasinari