Computational Intelligence

This is a dataset about minimizing maritime passenger transfer in ship routing. Consists of data on the distance between ports, the number of passengers from the port of origin to the port of destination, ships speed, and the duration of berthing at ports.


Existing end-to-end congestion control algorithms, in Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), use packet loss and queueing delay for congestion detection, and use static control laws to adjust the sending rate and to control the congestion. This approach presupposes that the network, and its interaction with the congestion control mechanism, is static or quasi-static. In practice, the state of the network continuously changes over time, resulting in suboptimal performance of existing algorithms.


Popularity of smartphones also popularized, reading content using smartphones. Reading using smartphones quite differs from reading using desktop system. Mouse and Keyboard are the peripherals associated with the reading in desktop systems. Study of the handling of such devices has led to provide implicit feedback of the content read. Similar study in smartphones to get implicit feedback remains to be a huge gap. Reading using smartphones involves screen gestures like pinch to zoom, tap, scroll, orientation change and screen capture.


The "Thaat and Raga Forest (TRF) Dataset" represents a significant advancement in computational musicology, focusing specifically on Indian Classical Music (ICM). While Western music has seen substantial attention in this field, ICM remains relatively underexplored. This manuscript presents the utilization of Deep Learning models to analyze ICM, with a primary focus on identifying Thaats and Ragas within musical compositions. Thaats and Ragas identification holds pivotal importance for various applications, including sentiment-based recommendation systems and music categorization.


A craniometry study was undertaken to obtain anthropometric measurements of three hundred and five (305) medical staff within Trinidad & Tobago which is a twin island republic situated in the Caribbean. A non-contact measurement method was used involving 3D scanning equipment to record the geometry of each subject’s head as a digital file. The digital files were then processed using CAD software to obtain measurements for twenty-two (22) facial points of interest. In addition, the gender of each staff member was recorded.


The Partial Discharge - Localisation Dataset, abbreviated: PD-Loc Dataset is an extensive collection of acoustic data specifically curated for the advancement of Partial Discharge (PD) localisation techniques within electrical machinery. Developed using a precision-engineered 32-sensor acoustic array, this dataset encompasses a wide array of signals, including chirps, white Gaussian noise, and PD signals.


New capabilities involving sensors, data collection, and data analysis have enabled innovations in how engineered systems are monitored and maintained. Whereas each new evolution of maintenance philosophies has relied upon the current technological state, this research examines potential future capabilities in the field of prognostics and health management (PHM). PHM algorithms for predicting the estimated time to failure for a system are based on sensor data, physical models, or a combination of both.


These datasets are gathered from an array of four gas sensors to be used for the odor detection and recognition system. The smell inspector Kit IX-16 used to create the dataset. each of 4 sensor has 16 channels of readings.  Odors of different 12 samples are taken from these six sensors


1- Natural Air


2- Fresh Onion


3- Fresh Garlic


4- Black Lemon


5- Tomato


6- Petrol


7- Gasoline


8- Coffee 


9- Orange


10- Colonia Perfume



This is a test dataset for comparison with the latest multi-objective evolutionary algorithms. We have split the experiment into two groups in high and low dimensions respectively, and the experimental results are outstanding. We used IGD as the performance metric, and the data in parentheses are the std of 20 independent repetitions of the experiment and were analyzed for significance.


The capabilities of the millimeter wave (mmWave) spectrum to fulfill the ultra high data rate demands of V2X (Vehicle-to-Everything) communications necessitates the need for accurate channel modeling to facilitate the efficient development of next-generation network and device design strategies. Ergo, this work describes the design of a novel fully autonomous robotic beam-steering platform, equipped with a custom broadband sliding correlator channel sounder, for 28GHz V2X propagation modeling activities on the NSF POWDER experimental testbed.