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Sosnowski Łukasz (Polish Academy of Sciences), Pietruszka Andrzej (University of Warsaw, Poland), Łazowy Stanisław (The Main School of Fire Service)
Tytuł
Election Algorithms Applied to the Global Aggregation in Networks of Comparators
Źródło
Annals of Computer Science and Information Systems, 2014, vol. 2, s. 135 - 144, rys., tab., bibliogr. 27 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Algorytmy, Eksperyment badawczy, Miara agregatowa
Algorithms, Scientific experiment, Aggregate measure
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Abstrakt
The paper shows the application of the election algorithms in networks of comparators. We have described and adopted six election methods which have been used as an aggregator of partial results. We have performed experiments on the data gathered at the fire ground. All of them have been well described and the results have been compared between each other. The paper includes a discussion and interpretation of the obtained results. It indicates the algorithm with the greatest potential to adapt and to obtain the best results.(original abstract)
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2300-5963
Język
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