ICVL 2018

Accepted Abstract List


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Name, Title, Affiliation, Country

Section, Title of paper, Abstract of paper

1. GRIGORE ALBEANU, PhD Prof.
Spiru Haret University of Bucharest,
Romania
g.albeanu.mi[at]spiruharet.ro
Section: TECH
Title of paper: Blockchain technology and education

Abstract: Blockchain Technology (BCT) is the newest challenge when consider the security of distributed databases inspired from distributed ledgers introduced in order to manage Bitcoin transactions. However, BCT is more than Bitcoin. This technology can be applied in various fields including education. In this work, not only an overview on the BCT, but many details are described when apply BCT in education not only by individual institutions, but also by groups of institutions or at national level. A short list of applications includes: school records management (Student transcript/degree/test score/record validation and transfer, including those associated with college admissions); educator credentialing/certification/re-certification (including across state and national lines); management and tracking of school assets (like property, buses, furniture, textbooks, library books/journals, and technology); management of student privacy and parental opt in/opt out permissions; management of special education/school lunch/attendance records; distribution of public programmatic funds or private grants; distribution and payment of student loans; license/dissertation/PhD thesis management.

Keywords: distributed data bases, data structures, cryptography, cryptographic hashes, digital signatures

2. VLADA MARIN (1), PhD Assoc. Professor,
ADĂSCĂLIŢEI ADRIAN (2), PhD Professor,
(1) University of Bucharest
(2) "Gheorghe Asachi" Technical University of Iasi,
România
vlada[at]fmi.unibuc.ro
Section: M&M
Title of paper: History of Informatics. From recursitivity to the Turing universal machine and Horn clauses

Abstract: The article describes the contribution of Romanian scientists in several fields of scientific research, on the fundamentals of calculus theory, the fundamentals of cybernetics, the algebra theory of automatic mechanisms, the mathematical logic applied to the construction and use of the first electronic computers, etc. In the 1960s, Romania was considered among the first countries in the world (after the USA, England, USSR, Germany, France, Japan, Austria, the Netherlands, Italy, Denmark) on research and efforts to build an electronic computer. The Romanian School of Mathematics developed under the influence of the Romanian mathematicians who supported their doctorates with prestigious mathematicians from France, Germany, and Italy. Mathematician Gabriel Sudan (1899-1977) published in 1927 (before W. Ackermann, 1928) the first recursive function that is not primitive recursive. Dr. Ştefan Odobleja (1902-1978) - a professional military doctor, is one of the forerunners of generalized theoretical cybernetics and Artificial Intelligence, the author of "Consonant Psychology," published in Paris for the first time in 1938. In the 1950s, Grigore Moisil (1906-1973) developed a new theory of finite automata and proposed what is known today as "Łukasiewicz–Moisil algebras" and which Gr. Moisil applied to the logic of commutation circuits, which is an important contribution to the development of computer science.
3. VLADA MARIN (1), PhD Assoc. Professor,
ADĂSCĂLIŢEI ADRIAN (2), PhD Professor,
(1) University of Bucharest
(2) "Gheorghe Asachi" Technical University of Iasi,
România
vlada[at]fmi.unibuc.ro
Section: M&M
Title of paper: Dr. Ştefan Odobleja, A Scientific Visionary, precursor of Cybernetics and Artificial Intelligence

Abstract: The article describes the contribution of the Romanian scientist Dr. Ştefan Odobleja (1902-1978) to the emergence, development and development of Cybernetics, whose ideas and concepts meant the emergence and development of computer science. The scientific activity of Stefan Odobleja, a military physician, makes his ideas, results and visions a precursor to Cybernetics and Artificial Intelligence. His major work “Psychologie consonantiste”, first published in 1938 and 1939, in Paris, established many of the major themes of cybernetics regarding cybernetics and thinking systems ten years before the work of Norbert Wiener (1894-1964)-mathematician, published, in 1948. Odebleja's contributions are all the more important if he is considered to be a physician, because they have created ideas and concepts complementary to some ideas introduced by N. Wiener. It can be appreciated that during 1920-1940 the ideas and studies on Cybernetics appeared, the science that laid the system concept (for man and the car), the structure of the systems (control and communication between the components of a system) and which led to the construction of the systems computing (computer system). Dr. Stefan Odobleja was recognized as a precursor of Cybernetics at the 4th International Cybernetics Congress, held in Amsterdam in August 1978. His Communication "Diversity and Unity in Cybernetics" was presented at the Congress by Dr. Stelian Bajureanu. After the presentation of Odobleja's work, the participants chanted "40 Years of Cybernetics," although they were celebrating "30 Years of Cybernetics" and mathematician Norbert Wiener.
4. BOGDAN MIHAI , PhD Assoc. Professor
Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department, "Lucian Blaga" University of Sibiu, Romania
mihai.bogdan[at]ulbsibiu.ro
Section: TECH
Title of paper: Using the NI USB-6008 DAQ Device, to Make a Traffic Light

Abstract: A street traffic light for cars has been developed using data acquisition board (DAQ) and National Instruments LabVIEW software package. Data acquisition will be made through the NI USB-6008 development platform. Programming will be done using the LabVIEW graphical programming software. The data acquisition driver developed by National Instruments, NI DAQmx, is the software for easy hardware communication.
For implement this project we will need the following materials: an NI USB-6008 data acquisition board, breadboard, 3 LEDs (Red, Yellow and Green), 3x220 ohm resistors and jumpers wires to connect.

Ref.: http://www.ulbsibiu.ro/en/


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