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By Rajeev Kumar, Peter Rockett (auth.), Suresh Manandhar, Jim Austin, Uday Desai, Yoshio Oyanagi, Asoke K. Talukder (eds.)

The concentration of the Asian utilized Computing convention (AACC) is basically to deliver the examine in machine technology in the direction of useful functions. The convention is aimed basically at issues that experience rapid functional bene?ts. by way of internet hosting the conf- ence within the developingnations in Asia we objective to supply a discussion board for engagingboth the educational and the economic sectors in that zone. The ?rst convention “Information know-how clients and demanding situations” used to be held in could 2003 in Kathmandu, Nepal. Thisyear theconferencenamewas changedto “Asian AppliedComputingConference” to re?ect either the local- and the application-oriented nature of the convention. AACC is deliberate to be a themed convention with a prime specialise in a small set of themes even supposing different correct utilized themes may be thought of. The topic in AACC 2004 was once at the following subject matters: structures and architectures, cellular and ubiquitous computing, delicate computing, guy computing device interfaces,and leading edge functions for the constructing global. AACC 2004 attracted 184 paper submissions from all over the world, making the reviewing and the choice strategy tricky and time eating. the chosen papers lined a variety of issues: genetic algorithms and tender computing; scheduling, - timization andconstraintsolving; neuralnetworksandsupportvectormachines;natural language processing and data retrieval; speech and sign processing; networks and cellular computing; parallel, grid and high-performance computing; cutting edge - plications for the constructing international; cryptography and protection; and laptop lea- ing. Papers have been essentially judged on originality, presentation, relevance and caliber of labor. Papers that had essentially verified effects got preference.

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Set X (A ,b) can be looked as X (A ,b) = ∪ " " x∈ X ( A, b ) " ! {x ∈ X│ x ≤ x ≤ x }. 1 Corollary X (A, b) ⊆ X(A, b). We list the following useful results established in [8,13]. 2 Lemma. If x ∈ X(A ,b), then for each j ∈ J there exists i0 ∈ I such that T(xi0,ai0j) = bj and T(xi, aij)≤ bj otherwise. Proof: Since x o A = b, we have, Sup -T(xi,aij)= bj for j ∈ J. This means for each j i∈ I ε J,/ T(xi ,aij) ≤ bj . In order to satisfy the equality there exists at least one i ∈ I, say i0, such that T (xi0,ai0j) = bj.

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