The 1st Conference on Information Technology and Data Science

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6th November, FRIDAY

14:00 - 14:40

Replacing the SIR epidemic model with a neural network and training it further to increase prediction accuracy
Gergő Bogacsovics, András Hajdu, Róbert Lakatos, Marcell Beregi-Kovács, Attila Tiba and Henrietta Tomán
Chair: István Fazekas

  Session A
Artificial Intelligence
and its Application

Chair: András Hajdu
Session B
Queueing Theory
and its Applications 

Chair: János Sztrik
Session C
Virtual Reality
and Related Topics

Chair: Attila Gilányi
15:00 - 15:20 Investigation of the efficiency of an interconnected convolutional neural network by classifying medical images
Oktavian Lantang, György Terdik, András Hajdu and Attila Tiba
On Approximation of Multichannel Stochastic Networks with Merged Set of Nodes
Hanna Livinska and Eugene Lebedev
Measuring spatial orientation skills in MaxWhere
Borbála Berki and Anna Sudár
15:20 - 15:40 Deep learning based cell classification in case of unbalanced dataset
Dávid Kupás and Balázs Harangi
Enhanced heuristic optimization of high order concentrated matrix-exponential distributions
Salah Al-Deen Almousa and Miklós Telek
Proposing a complex cognitive desktopvirtual reality test
Anna Sudár and Borbála Berki
15:40 - 16:00 Classifying Raman spectroscopy data using machine learning algorithms for diagnosing infection with SARS-COV-2
Róbert István Oniga
Throughput Performance Measurement of the MPT-GRE Multipath Technology in Emulated WAN Environment
Szabolcs Szilágyi and Imre Bordán
Examination of viability and utilization of eye tracking in mobile VR applications, analyzation of mobile VR trends
Gergő Zilizi and Anett Rácz
16:00 - 16:20 Portfolio Solver for Verifying Binarized Neural Networks
Gergely Kovásznai, Gajdár Krisztián and Nina Narodytska
Wavelet and recurrent neural network based performance analysis of fast connectionless data transfers
Zoltán Gál, Péter Polgár, Robert Tornai, Tibor Tajti and Gergely Kocsis
Open Data, FAIR Data, Aspects of Research Data Management
Márta Virágos
16:30 - 17:00 Trees classification based on Fourier coefficients of the sapflow density flux
Dmitry Efrosinin, Irina Gudkova, Natalia Stepanova, Alexey Yarovslavtsev, Konstantin Samouylov and Riccardo Valentini
A Survey of Recent Results in Finite-Source Retrial Queues with Collisions and Impatient Customers in the Orbit
János Sztrik and Ádám Tóth
Virtual Reality Exercises for Low Back Pain Patients with Fear of Movements
Tomas Larsen, Ilona Heldal, Daniel Patel, Harald Soleim and Atle Geitung
17:00 - 17:30 Automatic Text Summarization for Hungarian
Zijian Győző Yang, Ádám Agócs, Gabor Kusper and Tamás Váradi
Performance Analysis of two-way communication retrial queueing systems with non-reliable server and impatient customers in the orbit
Ádám Tóth and János Sztrik
The unique potential of virtual reality in enhancing the ways in which humans communicate through communications technologies
Ildikó Horváth
17:40 - 18:00 Hybrid AdaBoost and Naïve Bayes Classifier for Supervised Learning
Ahiya Ahammed, Balázs Harangi and András Hajdu
CRC Check in a High-Speed Connectionless File Transfer System
Róbert Tornai, Dalma Kiss-Imre and Zoltán Gál
Cybersecurity in virtual reality: a service for developing and deepening students’ cyber responsibility
Tibor Roskó, Gyöngyi Bujdosó and Cornelia Mihaela Novac
18:00 - 18:20 Ensemble noisy label detection on MNIST
István Fazekas, Attila Barta and László Fórián
Encryption in a High-Speed Connectionless File Transfer System
Róbert Tornai, Dalma Kiss-Imre and Zoltán Gál
English language learning by visualizing the literary content of a knowledge base in the three-dimensional space
István Károly Boda and Erzsébet Tóth
18:20 - 18:40 Deep Learning Based Approach for Detecting Cassini-Huygens Spacecraft Trajectory Modifications
Ashraf Aldabbas and Zoltán Gál
A contribution to scheduling of cluster networks with finite-source
Attila Kuki, Tamás Bérczes, Ádám Tóth and János Sztrik
Virtual spaces connected to the first National Theater of Hungary
Attila Gilányi, Anna Rácz, Anna Maria Bólya, János Decsei and Katarzyna Chmielewska
    The impact of servers reliability on the characteristics of cognitive radio systems
Hamza Nemouchi, Mohamed Hedi Zaghouani and János Sztrik

7th November, SATURDAY

09:00 - 09:40

Single Stranded Architectures for Computing
Shinnosuke Seki
Chair: György Vaszil

  Session A
Automata, Logic, and
Models of Computation 

Chair: György Vaszil
Session B
Network Theory
Chair: István Fazekas
Session C
General aspects of
information technology

Chair: László Szathmáry
10:00 - 10:20 An encoding of the λ-calculus into the calculus of String Multiset Rewriting
Péter Battyányi and Attila Bagossy
Shape of epidemic curves in spatial scale free networks (-10:30)
Julia Komjathy, John Lapinskas, Johannes Lengler and Ulysse Schaller
Error detection and analysis of P4 programs
Gabriella Tóth and Máté Tejfel
10:20 - 10:40 Dealing with Uncertainty: a Rough-Set-Based Approach with the Background of Classical Logic
Tamás Kádek and Tamás Mihálydeák
10:30 - Preferential attachment random graphs with multiple type elements
Ágnes Backhausz, Edit Bognár and Bence Rozner
Platform-independent microbenchmarking in C
György Vereb and Attila Bagossy
10:40 - 11:00 Comparison of Similarity-based Rough Sets and Covering Approximation Spaces on Real Data
Dávid Nagy and Tamás Mihálydeák
Neuron network model in the study of Smart City ideas
Mátyás Varga, Bence Soltész, Norbert Fiedler, Anikó Apró, Balázs Borsos, Gábor Kiss and Zoltán A. Godó
11:00 - 11:20 Introducing w-Horn and z-Horn: A Generalization of Horn and q-Horn Formulae
Gábor Kusper, Csaba Biró, Attila Adamkó and Imre Baják
Theoretical and simulation results for a multi-type network evolution model
Attila Barta and István Fazekas
Red Flower Hell: a Minecraft MALMÖ Challenge to Support Introductory Programming Courses
Norbert Bátfai, Tünde Tutor, Zoltán Bartha and András Czanik
11:30 - 12:00 Exploiting the structure of communicationin actor systems
Krisztián Schäffer and Csaba István Sidló
A continuous-time random graph model (-11:50)
Bettina Porvázsnyik
A Review on Latest Trends in Non-Technical Loss Detection
Khawaja Moyeezullah Ghori, Muhammad Awais, Akmal Saeed Khattak, Muhammad Imran, Rabeeh Ayaz Abbasi and László Szathmáry
12:00 - 12:30 Neural networks and the game of life
Erik Zoltán Hidi and Géza Horváth
(11:50 - ) Genealogical networks: a case study from the perspective of network science
Imre Bordán and Imre Varga
Machine learning on Android with Oracle Tribuo, SMILE and Weka
Máté Szabó
(12:10 - ) A case study of using DiNA - Directed Network Analyzer
Gergely Kocsis and Máté Csongor Széll
12:30 - 13:00 Analysis of the Triangular Implementation of Game of Life
Géza Horváth and Dávid Petrik
Multi Dimensional Analysis of Sensor Communication Processes
Mohamed Amine Korteby


14:00 - 14:40

Predictive Inference Based on Markov Chain Monte Carlo Output
Fabian Krüger, Sebastian Lerch, Thordis Thorarinsdottir and Tilmann Gneiting
Chair: Sándor Baran

  Session A
Computational Statistics
with Applications 

Chair: Sándor Baran
Session B
Embedded System Design
and Applications

Chair: István Oniga
Session C
and Data Security

Chair: Attila Pethő
15:00 - 15:20 Simulating differential distributions in Beta-Poisson models, in particular for single-cell RNA sequencing data
Roman Schefzik
Multi-Resident location detecting in Smart Home
Alexan Anca, Alexandru Alexan and Stefan Oniga
Digit Expansions for Efficient Group Operations
Clemens Heuberger
15:20 - 15:40 How well can screening sensitivity and sojourn time be estimated?
Ayman Hijazy and András Zempléni
Smartwatch activity recognition using framework
Alexandru Alexan, Alexan Anca and Stefan Oniga
15:40 - 16:00 Compositional Trend Filtering
Christopher Rieser and Peter Filzmoser
Comparson of EEG data processing using feedforward and convolutionak neural network
Yu Xie, Stefan Oniga and Tamás Majoros
A Provably Secure Authentication for Smart Homes
Norbert Oláh and Andrea Huszti
16:00 - 16:20 Testing various numerical methods for the efficient optimization of detailed chemical reaction mechanisms
Simret Goitom, Tamás Turányi, Márton Kovács, Máté Papp and László Pál
Motor Imagery EEG Classification using Feedforward Neural Network
Tamás Majoros, Stefan Oniga and Yu Xie
A secure electronic exam system using Identity-based Cryptography
Ádám Vécsi and Attila Pethő
16:30 - 17:00 Strategies to replace high proportions of zeros in compositional data
Peter Filzmoser, Sugnet Lubbe and Matthias Templ
Development of a Man-in-the-Middle Attack Device for the CAN Bus
András Gazdag, Csongor Ferenczi and Levente Buttyán
Cryptanalysis of ITRU  (-16:50)
Hayder Hashim, Alexandra Molnár and Szabolcs Tengely
17:00 - 17:30 A classification tree for functional data
Annette Möller and Jan Gertheiss
N-bit per Volt ADC implemented on FPGA and FPAA: Design of the Front End
Salam Zayer, Marwah Al-Bayati, György Györök and Ahmed Bouzid
Generalized Middle-Square Method (-17:20)
Viktória Padányi and Tamás Herendi
17:40 - 18:00 Truncated generalized extreme value distribution based ensemble model output statistics model for probabilistic wind-speed forecasting
Sándor Baran, Patrícia Szokol and Marianna Szabó
  TEE Based Protection of Cryptographic Keys on Embedded IoT Devices
Máté Zombor, Dorottya Papp and Levente Buttyán
18:00 - 18:20 Post-processing methods for calibrating the wind speed forecasts in central regions of Chile
Mailiu Diaz, Orietta Nicolis, Julio Marin and Sándor Baran
  Attacking the IEC 60870-5-104 protocol
Péter György and Tamás Holczer
18:20 - 18:40 Machine learning-based post-processing of total cloud cover ensemble forecasts
Ágnes Baran, Sebastian Lerch, Mehrez El Ayari and Sándor Baran


8th November, SUNDAY

09:00 - 09:40

Radical digitization through 3D environments -Experiences in the MaxWhere 3D VR platform
Péter Baranyi
Chair: Attila Gilányi

  Session A
Computer Graphics and
Data Visualization 

Chair: Roland Kunkli
Session B
Smart Cities: Theory and
its Applications

Chair: Márton Ispány
10:00 - 10:20 A possible optimisation procedure for US and MRI tongue contours
Réka Trencsényi and László Czap
Possible neural models to support the design of Prime Convo Assistant
Norbert Bátfai and Máté Szabó
10:20 - 10:40 Compute Shader in Image Processing Development
Róbert Tornai and Péter Fürjes-Benke
Inversion of Artificial Neural Networks for WiFi RSSI Propagation Modeling
Bence Bogdándy and Zsolt Tóth
10:40 - 11:00 A study on the intersections of the envelope of RE curves in skinning
Kinga Kruppa, Roland Kunkli and Miklós Hoffmann
Tuning of Category Hierarchy Enhanced Classification based Indoor Positioning
Judit Tamás and Zsolt Tóth
11:00 - 11:20 Time Evolution Model for Classifying Files in Antivirus Testing Procedures
László Bognár, Antal Joos and Bálint Nagy
Station Based Real Time Trip Planning Algorithm
Mustafa Alzaidi and Anikó Vágner
11:30 - 12:00 Implementing a Barycentric Coordinates-based Visualization Framework for Movement of Microscopic Organisms
Andrea Bodonyi, Győző Kurucz, Gábor Holló and Roland Kunkli
Simulation of traffic flow using Markov models
Márton Ispány, Norbert Bátfai, Renátó Besenczi, Péter Jeszenszky and Máté Szabó
12:00 - 12:30 A WebGL-based virtual puzzle game for spatial skill development purposes
Bence Dániel Erős and Roland Kunkli

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