WINS Conference 2023 - Program

2023. 02. 07. 08:30 - 15:15

Workshop on
Intelligent Infocommunication Networks, Systems and Services (WI2NS2)

Time: 7 February, 2023 - 8:30 - 15:15
Venue: BME Bld. Q, Room QBF08

The Proceedings of the Workshop is available to download here.


8:30-8:50 - Arrival, Poster arrangements

8:50 - Opening - Dr. Sándor Imre


Session 1 - AI-supported Infocommunications Systems
Chair: Dr. Tamás Gábor Csapó


9:00 - Bruno Bence Englert and Csaba Zainkó
-    Selecting Diverse Images from Vehicle Camera using Unsupervised Learning (#300)

9:20 - Hisham Zargar and Laraiba Shah
-    Real-time Hand Gesture Pattern Recognition and Device Control through Inbuilt Webcam (8855)

9:40 - Dániel Czurkó, Gábor Fehér
-    AI-Assisted Drone Localization of Arbitrary Objects using Aruco Markers (#6673)  

10:00 Aysu Coşkun and Sándor Bilicz
-    A Data Driven Approach for Target Classification Based on Histogram Representation of Radar Cross Section (#2789)

10:20 - Mahmood Almansoori and Miklós Telek
-    Anomaly Detection using combination of Autoencoder and Isolation Forest (#3719)


10:40 - 11:00 Coffee Break

Poster Session
Chair: Dr. Gábor Horváth


11:00 - 12:20

Ibrahim Ibrahimov, Gábor Gosztolya and Tamás Gábor Csapó
-    A Comparison of Data Augmentation Methods on Ultrasound Tongue Images for Articulatory-to-Acoustic Mapping towards Silent Speech Interfaces (#5061)

Tamás Gábor Csapó
-   Is Dynamic Time Warping of speech signals suitable for articulatory signal comparison using ultrasound tongue images? (#8086)

Layan Sawalha and Mohammad Alradhi
-    Improving Naturalness of Neural-based TTS System Trained with Arabic Limited Data (#1100)

Ali Raheem Mandeel, Ammar Abdullah Aggar, Mohammed Salah Al-Radhi and Tamás Gábor Csapó
-    Implementing a Text-to-Speech synthesis model on a Raspberry Pi for Industrial Applications (#435)  

Árpád Wágner, Bence Szabó, László Kovács, Kornél Tamás and László Grad-Gyenge
-    The development of a soil-movement measurement system to create more precise numeric soil models (#1122)   

Mohammed Almasaoodi, Abdulbasit Sabaawi, Sara El Gaily and Sándor Imre
-    Power Optimization of Massive MIMO Using Quantum Genetic Algorithm (#3456)

Marton Aron Horvath
-    Utilization of AI in 5G Edge Networks (#5519)  

Dániel Skriba and Lajos Nagy
-    Performance simulation of Power over Ethernet on spacecraft buses    

Firas Sardouk, Rolland Vida and Tibor Cinkler
-    Matchmaking optimisation for car sharing services (#1373)


12:20 - 13:20 Lunch Break


Session 3 - Communication Systems and Measurements
Chair: Dr. József Pávó


13: 20 - Árpád László Makara and László Csurgai-Horváth
-    Supporting Adaptive Coding and Modulation Techniques for Satellite Radio Channel (#5991)  

13: 40 - Viktor Qiao and Lajos Nagy
-    Measurement of per unit length parameters of the satellite power bus (#699)

14:00 - Anett Kenderes, Szabolcs Gyimóthy and Péter Tamás Benkő
-    A Global Sensitivity Analysis Study with More Parameters in Undermoded Reverberation Chambers (#7625)

14:20 - Zoltán Belső and László Pap
-    Capacity Analysis of Partially Overlapping NOMA System with Two Users (#6288)  

14:40 - Gergely Kovács and László Bokor
-    Towards realistic simulation of MEC-based Collective Perception: an initial edge service design for the Artery/Simu5G framework (#3419)


15:00 Closing Remarks


Organizing committee

General Chairs

Dr. Sándor Imre (BME-HIT), Dr. Szabolcs Gyimóthy (BME-HVT), Dr. Pál Varga (BME-TMIT)

Technical Program Chairs

Dr. Gábor Horváth (BME-HIT), Dr. József Pávó (BME-HVT), Dr. János Tapolcai (BME-TMIT), Dr. Tamás Gábor Csapó (BME-TMIT)