CS Technical Reports

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  • Is "No Trade Theorem" Really a Paradox: Analysis Based on Decision Theory

    Laxman Bokati and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-29 in pdf
  • Planning for a Corpus of Continuous Ratings of Spoken Dialog Quality

    Nigel G. Ward

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-28 in pdf
  • How Quantum Computing Can Help With (Continuous) Optimization

    Christian Ayub, Martine Ceberio, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-27 in pdf
  • A Theoretical Explanation for the Efficiency of Generalized Harmonic Wavelets in Engineering and Seismic Spectral Analysis

    Michael Beer, Afshin Gholamy, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-26 in pdf
  • How Earthquake Risk Depends on the Closeness to a Fault: Symmetry-Based Geometric Analysis

    Aaron Velasco, Solymar Ayala Cortez, Olga Kosheleva, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-25 in pdf
  • Computational Complexity of Experiment Design in Civil Engineering

    Olga Kosheleva, Yan Wang, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-24 in pdf
  • How to Estimate Pavement Roughness: Beyond International Roughness Index

    Edgar Daniel Rodriguez Velasquez, Carlos M. Chang Albitres, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-23 in pdf
  • Perfect Reproducibility Is Not Always Algorithmically Possible: A Pedagogical Observation

    Jake Lasley, Salamah Salamah, Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-22 in pdf
  • Which Fourier Components Are Most Informative: General Idea and Case Studies

    Julio Urenda, Nancy Avila, Nelly Gordillo, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-21 in pdf
  • Decision Making Under General Set Uncertainty: Additivity Approach

    Srialekya Edupalli and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-20 in pdf
  • Scale-Invariance-Based Pre-Processing Drastically Improves Neural Network Learning: Case Study of Diagnosing Lung Dysfunction in Children

    Nancy Avila, Julio Urenda, Nelly Gordillo, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-19 in pdf
  • How to Define "and"- and "or"-Operations for Intuitionistic and Picture Fuzzy Sets

    Christian Servin, Reynaldo Martinez, Peter Hanson, Leonel Lopez, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-18 in pdf
  • Why High-Level Attention Constantly Oscillates: System-Based Explanation

    Griselda Acosta, Eric Smith, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-17 in pdf
  • For Quantum and Reversible Computing, Intervals Are More Appropriate Than General Sets, And Fuzzy Numbers Than General Fuzzy Sets

    Oscar Galindo and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-16 in pdf
  • Decision Theory Explains "Telescoping Effect" -- That Our Time Perception Is Biased

    Laxman Bokati and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-15 in pdf
  • How to Generate "Nice" Cubic Polynomials -- with Rational Coefficients, Rational Zeros and Rational Extrema: A Fast Algorithm

    Laxman Bokati, Olga Kosheleva, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-14 in pdf
  • When Revolutions Happen: Algebraic Explanation

    Julio Urenda and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-13 in pdf
  • A Simple Quantitative Model of Cognitive Tradeoff Phenomenon

    Griselda Acosta, Eric Smith, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-12 in pdf
  • Logarithms Are Not Infinity: A Rational Physics-Related Explanation of the Mysterious Statement by Lev Landau

    Francisco Zapata, Olga Kosheleva, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-11 in pdf | UTEP-CS-19-11a in pdf
  • Why Grade Distribution Is Often Multi-Modal: an Uncertainty-Based Explanation

    Olga Kosheleva, Christian Servin, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-10 in pdf | UTEP-CS-19-10a in pdf
  • How to Fuse Expert Knowledge: Not Always "And" but a Fuzzy Combination of "And" and "Or"

    Christian Servin, Olga Kosheleva, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-09 in pdf | UTEP-CS-19-09b in pdf
  • Derivation of Louisville-Bratu-Gelfand Equation from Shift- or Scale-Invariance

    Leobardo Valera, Martine Ceberio, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-08 in pdf
  • Calibration Helps Reduce Disagreement Between Different Pavement Condition Indices

    Edgar Daniel Rodriguez Velasquez, Carlos M. Chang Albitres, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-07 in pdf
  • Optimal Distribution of Testing Resources Between Different System Levels

    Griselda Acosta, Eric Smith, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-06 in pdf
  • Physics's Need for Interval Uncertainty and How It Explains Why Physical Space Is (at Least) 3-Dimensional

    Olga Kosheleva and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-05 in pdf
  • Towards a More Efficient Representation of Functions in Quantum and Reversible Computing

    Oscar Galindo, Laxman Bokati, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-04 in pdf
  • Use of Symmetries in Economics: An Overview

    Vladik Kreinovich, Olga Kosheleva, Nguyen Ngoc Thach, and Nguyen Duc Trung

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-03 in pdf
  • High Concentrations Naturally Lead to Fuzzy-Type Interactions and to Gravitational Wave Bursts

    Oscar Galindo, Olga Kosheleva, and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-02 in pdf | UTEP-CS-19-02b in pdf
  • Why Bilingualism Helps Autistic Children Function: A Symmetry-Based Explanation

    Olga Kosheleva and Vladik Kreinovich

    link to abstract | UTEP-CS-19-01 in pdf