Day: February 22, 2018

Brainterview with Mr. Dr. Georgios K. Matis

Doctor Georgios K. Matis, one of our journal reviewers, is a young Greek resident neurosurgeon with an enviable experience. He graduated high school in 1995 with an impressive academic score of 19.7/20, being the first among his classmates.   Articles on the web Greeks hold mass protests over name

The Complex Functioning of the Human Brain: the Two Hemispheres

The present study reveals just a glimpse of the possible functions and reactions that the human brain can have. I considered as good examples different situations characteristic both of a normal person and a split-brain one. These situations prove that the brain, although divided in two, works as a unit,

Henric Sanielevici – from Literary Criticism to Anatomy or How Does the Size of the Skull Influence Literature?

The aim of the present paper is to deal with the relationship between literary criticism and anatomy. To be more precise it will discuss one of Henric Sanielevici’s theories, according to which the literary text can only be understood by taking into account the color of the eyes, the conformatioan

Psychological-Mystical Aspects at St. Evagrius Ponticus and St. Maximus the Confessor

The current paper presents some psychological-mystical aspects at the Holy Fathers Evagrius Ponticus and Maximus the Confessor.   Articles on the web Gluttony is one of the seven deadly sins most overlooked in our times Archpastoral Message of His Beatitude, Metropolitan Jonah Weep and convert: abortion in Ireland one

Logical Foundations of Artificial Intelligence

The procedures of searching solutions to problems, in Artificial Intelligence, can be brought about, in many occasions, without knowledge of the Domain, and in other situations, with knowledge of it. This last procedure is usually called Heuristic Search. In such methods the matrix techniques reveal themselves as essential. Their introduction

The Neuroscience of Teaching Narratives: Facilitating Social and Emotional Development

Humanities and the sciences have long been considered polar opposites that exist in separate realms of academia and require different cognitive skills. However, neuroscience has brought about renewed interest in what we can learn about the human brain by investigating links between disciplines. For example, studies related to English literature

State of the Art: Signature Biometrics Verification

This paper presents a comparative analysis of the performance of three estimation algorithms: Expectation Maximization (EM), Greedy EM Algorithm (GEM) and Figueiredo-Jain Algorithm (FJ) – based on the Gaussian mixture models (GMMs) for signature biometrics verification. The simulation results have shown significant performance achievements. The test performance of EER=5.49 %