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Stanislav I. Konstantinov

The paper presents an unconventional view of physics within non-equilibrium systems, of irreversible, nonintegrable processes the matter birth. The evolutionary development an expansion of the Universe is due to an input of energy "from the outside" (on the part of the cosmic environment) an, Because of this energy, the Clausius statement on a "heat death of the Universe” is groundless. The five-dimensional Kepler-Newton-Eddington world is presented as a world of three-dimensional space and two-dimensional time. Invariant, symmetric equations of the Einstein’s general theory of relativity are not able to describe the irreversible, nonintegrable processes of matter generation and universe evolution. The theory of global resonance as a mechanism to transfer energy of LPS (Large Poincare Systems) has been also reviewed. It is such LPS dynamic systems, to which natural objects of particle interaction with the cosmic environment and with each other belong. Numerical values of structural elements (dipoles) of elastic cosmic environment and computation of energy released by environment by the medium of its deformation (polarization). Cold nuclear fusion (CNF) reactors built on the basis of technology developments by Andrea Rossi and V.S.Leonov are considered at the ultra-deep penetration into the target are proposed

Detection and Removal of cracks and in Digitized Paintings

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Sateesh V* and David Solomon Raju Y

Crack detection and removal of cracks in digitized paintings is an integrated methodology where the cracks are detected by thresholding the output of the morphological top hat transform. The thin dark brush strokes which have been misidentified as cracks are removed using either MRBS function or a semi automatic procedure based on region growing. Cracks are filled by using the order statistics filters or controlled anisotropic diffusion is performed.

A Review and Provide a New Evaluation Method on the Hybrid Congestion Control for High-Speed Networks

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Mir Mahmoud Talebi* and Shahram Jamali

In recent years, the majority of internet users use the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) for fast transfer of big data over networks, and improvement of the TCP congestion control algorithm is an ideal solution to this challenge. In the last decade, many solutions; based on packet loss, based on RTT delay and the hybrid methods are presented, past research results show that the hybrid approaches have better efficiency of available bandwidth, more robustness, and better performance in Fairness, TCP-friendly. Several hybrid algorithms are presented for congestion control in high-speed networks. This paper emphasizes on the study of the behavior of these protocols for a range of parameters under heterogeneous networking environments, and also under various network conditions. We tried to analysis the strengths and weaknesses suggested hybrid protocol solutions for high-speed networks as a special study with uses a new evaluation index called Stability Index (SI).