Journal of Intelligent Systems and Internet of Things

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Optimized Resource Allocation Algorithm for Crowd-Creation Space Computing Based on Cloud Computing Environment

Mustafa El-Taie , Aaras Y.Kraidi

The crowd-creation space is a manifestation of the development of innovation theory to a certain stage. With the creation of the crowd-creation space, the problem of optimizing the resource allocation of the crowd-creation space has become a research hotspot. The emergence of cloud computing provides a new idea for solving the problem of resource allocation. Common cloud computing resource allocation algorithms include genetic algorithms, simulated annealing algorithms, and ant colony algorithms. These algorithms have their obvious shortcomings, which are not conducive to solving the problem of optimal resource allocation for crowd-creation space computing. Based on this, this paper proposes an In the cloud computing environment, the algorithm for optimizing resource allocation for crowd-creation space computing adopts a combination of genetic algorithm and ant colony algorithm and optimizes it by citing some mechanisms of simulated annealing algorithm. The algorithm in this paper is an improved genetic ant colony algorithm (HGAACO). In this paper, the feasibility of the algorithm is verified through experiments. The experimental results show that with 20 tasks, the ant colony algorithm task allocation time is 93ms, the genetic ant colony algorithm time is 90ms, and the improved algorithm task allocation time proposed in this paper is 74ms, obviously superior. The algorithm proposed in this paper has a certain reference value for solving the creative space computing optimization resource allocation.

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Vol. 4 Issue. 1 PP. 08-25, (2021)

Intelligent Fault Diagnosis of Gears Based on Deep Learning Feature Extraction and Particle Swarm Support Vector Machine State Recognition

Ahmed N. Al-Masri , Hamam Mokayed

Gear faults have always been a problem encountered in mechanical processing. For gear fault diagnosis, using mathematical-statistical feature extraction methods, deep learning neural networks (DLNN), particle swarm algorithm (PSA), and support vector machines (SVM), etc. According to the feature extraction of deep learning and particle swarm SVM state recognition, the intelligent diagnosis model is established, and the reliability of the model is verified by experiments. The model uses the combination of spectral features extracted by deep learning adaptively and the time domain features extracted by mathematical statistics methods to form a joint feature vector and then uses particle swarm SVM to diagnose the joint feature vector. After research, this paper draws a classification fitness curve combining the fault spectrum features extracted by DLNN and traditional time-domain statistical features. The classification result obtained by using this method is 95.3%. The reliability of the model is verified, and satisfactory diagnosis results are obtained. In addition, the application results also verify the effectiveness of adaptively extracting spectral features based on deep learning.

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Vol. 4 Issue. 1 PP. 26-40, (2021)

A Proposed AI-based Algorithm for Safety Detection and Reinforcement of Photovoltaic Steel

Ali A. Alwan , Abedallah Zaid Abualkishik

 In the era of fossil energy depletion and increasing environmental pollution, clean and renewable new energy represented by photovoltaic power generation has become an increasingly important part of multinational companies’ energy structure. With the advent of the era of photovoltaic parity, the use of photovoltaic tracking systems has become the best choice for many new large-capacity power stations. The cost of the support occupies a very large proportion in the investment of the entire power station construction. Therefore, the rationality of the design of the support, cost control and service life have become important ways for competition in the photovoltaic support industry. Based on the above background, the research content of this article is the application of artificial intelligence algorithms in the safety detection and reinforcement of photovoltaic steel supports. To be able to pass the monitoring data, this paper applies intelligent algorithms to perform faster and more accurate safety inspections on photovoltaic steel supports while minimizing labor costs, and to strengthen the photovoltaic steel supports, this paper chooses neural networks as the basic algorithm A structural model of a photovoltaic steel support was proposed. Finally, experimental simulations showed that the wavelet neural network reached 93.87%. Compared with traditional neural networks, wavelet neural networks perform better in fault prediction accuracy, but the speed needs to be improved. The method proposed in this paper has successfully completed the diagnosis of each component of the photovoltaic bracket in the safety inspection of the photovoltaic steel bracket, and meets the immediateness and accuracy required for the safety inspection of the photovoltaic bracket.

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Vol. 4 Issue. 1 PP. . 41-55, (2021)

An intelligent model to identify industry 4.0, IoT and circular economy adoption barriers

Ahmed Abdelmonem , Shimaa S. Mohamed

In the industry 4.0 idea, new cutting-edge techniques like the Internet of Things (IoT) are advocated. There is still a long way to go before IoT is widely adopted in the circular economy. The goal of this research is to identify the most significant impediments to the integration of IoT in the circular economy in the manufacturing industry. For this purpose, survey research was carried out to provide a framework for the assessment of the hurdles to IoT adoption in the circular economy. This led to a new approach that combines the SWARA and TOPSIS methodologies based on MCDM.  The SWARA model is employed to compute the weights of criteria, while the TOPSIS approach is used to rank different manufacturing businesses under the identified obstacles.

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Vol. 4 Issue. 1 PP. 56-68, (2021)