Vol. 27, No. 2


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    CCGraMi: An Effective Method for Mining Frequent Subgraphs in a Single Large Graph
    (Institute of Automation and Computer Science, Brno University of Technology, 2021-12-21) Nguyen, Lam B. Q.; Zelinka, Ivan; Diep, Quoc Bao
    In modern applications, large graphs are usually applied in the simulation and analysis of large complex systems such as social networks, computer networks, maps, traffic networks. Therefore, graph mining is also an interesting subject attracting many researchers. Among them, frequent subgraph mining in a single large graph is one of the most important branches of graph mining, it is defined as finding all subgraphs whose occurrences in a dataset are greater than or equal to a given frequency threshold. In which, the GraMi algorithm is considered the state of the art approach and many algorithms have been proposed to improve this algorithm. In 2020, the SoGraMi algorithm was proposed to optimize the GraMi algorithm and presented an outstanding performance in terms of runtime and storage space. In this paper, we propose a new algorithm to improve SoGraMi based on connected components, called CCGraMi (Connected Components GraMi). Our experiments on four real datasets (both directed and undirected) show that the proposed algorithm outperforms SoGraMi in terms of running time as well as memory requirements.
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    A Systematic Review and Analysis on Deep Learning Techniques Used in Diagnosis of Various Categories of Lung Diseases
    (Institute of Automation and Computer Science, Brno University of Technology, 2021-12-21) Jasthy, Sreedevi; Vangipuram, Radhakrishna; Dutta, Sushama Rani
    One of the record killers in the world is lung disease. Lung disease denotes to many disorders affecting the lungs. These diseases can be identified through Chest X- Ray, Computed Tomography CT, Ultrasound tests. This study provides a systematic review on different types of Deep Learning (DL) designs, methods, techniques used by different researchers in diagnosing COVID-19, Pneumonia, Tuberculosis, Lung tumor, etc. In the present research study, a systematic review and analysis is carried by following PRISMA research methodology. For this study, more than 900 research articles are considered from various indexing sources such as Scopus and Web of Science. After several selection steps, finally a 40 quality research articles are included for detailed analysis. From this study, it is observed that majority of the research articles focused on DL techniques with Chest X-Ray images and few articles focused on CT scan images and very few have focused on Ultrasound images to identify the lung disease
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    Relation of Neighborhood Size and Diversity Loss Rate in Particle Swarm Optimization With Ring Topology
    (Institute of Automation and Computer Science, Brno University of Technology, 2021-12-21) Pluháček, Michal; Kazikova, Anezka; Kadavy, Tomas; Viktorin, Adam; Senkerik, Roman
    Measuring the population diversity in metaheuristics has become a common practice for adaptive approaches, aiming mainly to address the issue of premature convergence. Understanding the processes leading to a diversity loss in a metaheuristic algorithm is crucial for designing successful adaptive approaches. In this study, we focus on the relation of the neighborhood size and the rate of diversity loss in the Particle Swarm Optimization algorithm with local topology (also known as LPSO). We argue that the neighborhood size is an important input to consider when designing any adaptive approach based on the change of population diversity. We used the extensive benchmark suite of the IEEE CEC 2014 competition for experiments.
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    Robotic Automation of Software Testing From a Machine Learning Viewpoint
    (Institute of Automation and Computer Science, Brno University of Technology, 2021-12-21) Yadav, Vinod; Botchway, Raphael Kwaku; Senkerik, Roman; Kominkova Oplatkova, Zuzana
    The need to scale software test automation while managing the test automation process within a reasonable time frame remains a crucial challenge for software development teams (DevOps). Unlike hardware, the software cannot wear out but can fail to satisfy the functional requirements it is supposed to meet due to the defects observed during system operation. In this era of big data, DevOps teams can deliver better and efficient code by utilizing machine learning (ML) to scan their new codes and identify test coverage gaps. While still in its infancy, the inclusion of ML in software testing is a reality and requirement for coming industry demands. This study introduces the prospects of robot testing and machine learning to manage the test automation process to guarantee software reliability and quality within a reasonable timeframe. Although this paper does not provide any particular demonstration of ML-based technique and numerical results from ML-based algorithms, it describes the motivation, possibilities, tools, components, and examples required for understanding and implementing the robot test automation process approach.
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    A Streamlined Attention Mechanism for Image Classification and Fine-Grained Visual Recognition
    (Institute of Automation and Computer Science, Brno University of Technology, 2021-12-21) Himabindu, Dakshayani D; Kumar, Praveen S
    In the recent advancements attention mechanism in deep learning had played a vital role in proving better results in tasks under computer vision. There exists multiple kinds of works under attention mechanism which includes under image classification, fine-grained visual recognition, image captioning, video captioning, object detection and recognition tasks. Global and local attention are the two attention based mechanisms which helps in interpreting the attentive partial. Considering this criteria, there exists channel and spatial attention where in channel attention considers the most attentive channel among the produced block of channels and spatial attention considers which region among the space needs to be focused on. We have proposed a streamlined attention block module which helps in enhancing the feature based learning with less number of additional layers i.e., a GAP layer followed by a linear layer with an incorporation of second order pooling(GSoP) after every layer in the utilized encoder. This mechanism has produced better range dependencies by the conducted experimentation. We have experimented our model on CIFAR-10, CIFAR-100 and FGVC-Aircrafts datasets considering finegrained visual recognition. We were successful in achieving state-of-the-result for FGVC-Aircrafts with an accuracy of 97%.