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The proceedings series Applied and Computational Engineering (ACE) is an international peer-reviewed open access series that publishes conference proceedings from various methodological and disciplinary perspectives concerning engineering and technology. The series contributes to the development of computing sectors by providing an open platform for sharing and discussion. The series publishes articles that are research-oriented and welcomes theoretical and applicational studies. Proceedings that are suitable for publication in the ACE cover domains on various perspectives of computing and engineering.

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  • February 22, 2023, Good News! Welcome Dr. Marwan Omar from Illinois Institute of Technology to give a speech at CONF-CDS 2023!
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    This paper focuses on the analysis of the application effectiveness of the integration of deep learning and computer vision technologies. Deep learning achieves a historic breakthrough by constructing hierarchical neural networks, enabling end-to-end feature learning and semantic understanding of images. The successful experiences in the field of computer vision provide strong support for training deep learning algorithms. The tight integration of these two fields has given rise to a new generation of advanced computer vision systems, significantly surpassing traditional methods in tasks such as machine vision image classification and object detection. In this paper, typical image classification cases are combined to analyze the superior performance of deep neural network models while also pointing out their limitations in generalization and interpretability, proposing directions for future improvements. Overall, the efficient integration and development trend of deep learning with massive visual data will continue to drive technological breakthroughs and application expansion in the field of computer vision, making it possible to build truly intelligent machine vision systems. This deepening fusion paradigm will powerfully promote unprecedented tasks and functions in computer vision, providing stronger development momentum for related disciplines and industries.

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    In recent years, cloud computing has been widely used. Cloud computing refers to the centralized computing resources, users through the access to the centralized resources to complete the calculation, the cloud computing center will return the results of the program processing to the user. Cloud computing is not only for individual users, but also for enterprise users. By purchasing a cloud server, users do not have to buy a large number of computers, saving computing costs. According to a report by China Economic News Network, the scale of cloud computing in China has reached 209.1 billion yuan.Rational allocation of resources plays a crucial role in cloud computing. In the resource allocation of cloud computing, the cloud computing center has limited cloud resources, and users arrive in sequence. Each user requests the cloud computing center to use a certain number of cloud resources at a specific time.

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    This study examines the development indicators of China's new energy vehicle industry using clustering and multiple regression methods. The indicators are divided into internal and external aspects: external factors, such as the degree of completeness of charging facilities, market demand, policies and regulations, and internal factors, mainly brand types and power costs. By comparing the forecasting models of its industry data, including the exponential smoothing model, grey forecasting model and Brownian forecasting model. The forecast results show that this industry in China maintains a positive development trend in the next ten years. It shows that the development prospect of electric vehicles is very bright.The population competition model is used to model the competitive situation between new energy and traditional energy vehicles, and it is concluded that new energy vehicles are replacing traditional fuel vehicles and promoting the transformation of the automotive industry to be environmentally friendly and efficient.Collect the key measures and points in time that countries have taken to target the development of this industry in China. Analysing the data on the development of the industry before and after these events, it is found that external factors, such as other countries' policies, may inhibit the industry's growth. If other countries take action to thwart this industry in China, it may temporarily break its growth or even lead to a short-term industry recession.

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    With the wide application of personalized recommender system in various fields, how to improve the accuracy and personalized level of recommender system has become a research hotspot. In this paper, a method of combining graph modeling and contrast learning is proposed to improve the performance of recommendation system by mining complex user project interaction and user preference. We first construct the user-project interaction graph, and extract the features of the graph structure by graph neural network (GNN) . In particular, graph convolution network (GCN) is used to update the node representation, and comparative learning is introduced to optimize the feature representation so as to improve the accuracy and personalization of recommendation. The experimental results show that the proposed method is superior to the traditional method in accuracy, recall and F 1 score. By analyzing the mechanism of combining graph modeling and contrast learning, this paper further expounds the theoretical basis and practical application of improving the performance of recommender system, and points out the limitations of existing methods and the future research direction.

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