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This edited ebook provides medical result of the 13th IEEE/ACIS overseas convention on laptop and data technology (ICIS 2014) which used to be hung on June 4-6, 2014 in Taiyuan, China. the purpose of this convention used to be to compile researchers and scientists, businessmen and marketers, lecturers, engineers, desktop clients, and scholars to debate the various fields of machine technology and to proportion their stories and alternate new rules and data in a significant approach. learn effects approximately all points (theory, functions and instruments) of laptop and data technological know-how, and to debate the sensible demanding situations encountered alongside the best way and the strategies followed to resolve them.
The convention organizers chosen the simplest papers from these papers authorized for presentation on the convention. The papers have been selected in accordance with evaluation ratings submitted by way of participants of this system committee, and underwent extra rigorous rounds of overview. This ebook captures 14 of the conference’s so much promising papers, and we impatiently look forward to the $64000 contributions that we all know those authors will carry to the sphere of machine and data science.
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