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Qafqaz University was a private university located in Baku, Azerbaijan. It was founded in 1993 and was the first and the only foreign private university in the country. Wikipedia.


Adamov A.,Qafqaz University
8th IEEE International Conference on Application of Information and Communication Technologies, AICT 2014 - Conference Proceedings | Year: 2014

The Internet Services, Web and Mobile Applications, Pervasive Communication widely available today meeting many of our needs and stimulating production of tremendous amounts of data. Over 90% of this information is unstructured, what means data does not have predefined structure and model. Generally, unstructured data is useless unless applying data mining or data extraction techniques. At the same time, just in case if we are able to process and understand data, this data worth anything, otherwise it becomes useless. Although, small part of this huge amount is structured (logs) or semi-structured (email, website), it is difficult to process and manage this data without advanced data analytics techniques. This paper provides an example of applying Data Mining and Analysis techniques on the data generated by HTTP Server Logs. Experimental results show that proposed analysis approach based on Regular Expressions is highly efficient and flexible. Results of such analysis are highly beneficial for any company which concerns about efficiency of their Internet-presence giving them important information based on the real data. Source


Abbasov B.,Qafqaz University
8th IEEE International Conference on Application of Information and Communication Technologies, AICT 2014 - Conference Proceedings | Year: 2014

Cloud computing has emerged as a new technology aimed to host computer resources and deliver appropriate services over the Internet. Cloud computing become attractive to IT industry by providing user requirements in pay as you go principle and increase resources only when service demand increases. However, despite the fact that cloud computing offers tremendous opportunities to the IT industry, there are still many issues still to be addressed in the development of cloud computing technology. In this paper, a review of cloud computing technology and its concepts, state-of-the-art implementation, brief architecture and research challenges have been investigated. Source


Adamov A.Z.,Qafqaz University
9th International Conference on Application of Information and Communication Technologies, AICT 2015 - Proceedings | Year: 2015

Word Frequency Distribution (WFD) is one the most important sub-areas of Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Computational Linguistic. The reliability and quality of WFD results are highly dependent on the size and quality of the corpora. In this paper describes the ongoing project with aim to build a corpus Azerbaijani text AzWebCorpus. Top 500 websites in Azerbaijan are used as a text source for corpus building. Most of essential tools including Web Crawler, Text Cleaner, Tokenizer have been developed and several opensource tools have been used. Moreover, AzWebCorpus compared to another corpus AzBookCorpus built on text taken from electronic books in terms of word frequency. Same approach that used in this paper is applicable for other languages. © 2015 IEEE. Source


Hajiyev Y.,Qafqaz University
9th International Conference on Application of Information and Communication Technologies, AICT 2015 - Proceedings | Year: 2015

Electrical based digital signals handling and transmitting systems are nearing their end of operating speed and this hampers the further progress in increasing of fastness of information mass processing. Widespread implementation of fiber-optic communication networks conditioned the qualitative leap in information transmission rate up to terabit/per-second. © 2015 IEEE. Source


Hasanov P.,Qafqaz University | Jaber M.Y.,Ryerson University | Zanoni S.,University of Brescia | Zavanella L.E.,University of Brescia
International Journal of Sustainable Engineering | Year: 2013

Energy usage and consumption play important and strategic roles in modern manufacturing, inventory and logistics systems. The literature on inventory models for closed-loop supply chains reveals that, for no clear reasons, energy costs were ignored along with transportation and disposal costs. This paper introduces a closed-loop supply chain model that considers the economic value and energy content of products. It also offers a novel framework for studying lot-sizing policies of production processes in that context. Thus, a mathematical model for a closed-loop supply chain system with energy, transportation and disposal costs is developed. Numerical examples are provided with their results discussed. The developed model was also compared to that of Richter (1996) to stress the importance of accounting for the three noted costs. The numerical results emphasise that accounting for energy, transportation and disposal costs in supply chain modelling increases the sustainability of a production-inventory system due to the strong interdependence of the three costs on one hand, and their relationship to the environment on the other hand. © 2013 © 2013 Taylor & Francis. Source

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