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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ Research Exists Everywhere! Department of Electronic Commerce Management, Nanhua University. 2009/4/15 Dr. Shih-Hsin Chen

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ About Me Life Examples of Research What do I really want to express? Conclusions Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Contents A relaxed talk of research.

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ About Me Where did I visit in year 2007? Hawaii New York, Philadelphia Qingdao, China Kumamoto, Japan 2007/3/29~4/4 2007/6/18~6/24 2007/8/20~8/25 2007/9/5~9/8 United Kingdom Italy 2007/9/9~12/8 2007/9/25~10/1 2007/12/8~12/13 Paris and Lyon 2007/11/15~11/19

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ Why I have so many chances? *Visiting Academic * By Myself In Colchester, near London Deposit money! * International Conferences Academic discussions and Sightseeing!

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ International Conferences

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ Visiting Academics in UK (1/3) Durations: 2007/9/9~2007/12/8 Working with Dr. Q. Zhang in Estimation of Distribution Algorithm Dept. of Computer Science & Electronic Engineering, University of Essex, UK. Working hard and playing hard!

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ Visiting Academics in UK (2/3)

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ Visiting Academics in UK (3/3)

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ Another Visiting in Italy (1/2)

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ Another Visiting in Italy (2/2)

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ Publication List (1/2) 1.Mani, V., P. C. Chang, S. H. Chen, and (2009), Bi-criterion Single machine scheduling problem with a learning effect: Aneja-Nair method to obtain the set of optimal sequences, accepted by Computers and mathematics with applications. (SCI, 2007 Impact Factor: 0.720 ) 2. Mani, V., P. C. Chang, S. H. Chen, and (2009), A parametric analysis for single machine scheduling with past-sequence-dependent setup times, accepted by International Journal of Innovative Computing, Information and Control. (SCI, 2007 Impact Factor: 1.537 ) 3.Chang, P. C., S. H. Chen, and V. Mani (2009), Due-date assignment and single machine scheduling with a learning/aging effect,¨ International Journal of Production Economics, 117, 142-149. (SCI, 2007 Impact Factor: 0.995 ) 4.Chen, S. H., P. C. Chang, Qingfu Zhang, C. B. Wang, A Guided Memetic Algorithm with Probabilistic Models, accepted by International Journal of Innovative Computing, Information and Control. (SCI-E, 2007 Impact Factor: 1.537 ) 5.Chang, P.C., J. C. Hsieh, S. H. Chen, J. L. Lin, and W. H. Huang (In Press), Artificial chromosomes embedded in genetic algorithm for a chip resistor scheduling problem in minimizing the makespan," Expert Systems with Applications, 36(3), 7135-7141. (SCI, 2007 Impact Factor: 1.177 ) 6.Chang, P.C. and S. H. Chen (2009),The development of a Sub-Population Genetic Algorithm II (SPGAII) for the Multi-objective Combinatorial Problems, "Applied Soft Computing Journal, 9(1), 173-181. (SCI-E, 2007 Impact Factor: 1.537 ) 7.Chang, P.C., S. H. Chen and C. Y. Fan (2009), A hybrid electromagnetism-like algorithm for single machine scheduling problem," Expert Systems with Applications, 36(2) Part 1, pp. 1259-1267. (SCI, 2007 Impact Factor: 1.177 ) 8.Chang, P.C., S. H. Chen and V. Mani (2009) A hybrid genetic algorithm with dominance properties for single machine scheduling with dependent penalties," Applied Mathematical Modelling, 33(1), pp. 579-596. (SCI, 2007 Impact Factor: 0.572 ) 9.Chang, P.C., S. H. Chen, and C. Y. Fan (In Press), A Genetic Algorithm with Injecting Artificial Chromosomes and Markov Chain for Single Machine Scheduling Problems" International Journal of Information Technology and Intelligent Computing, 3(1).

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ Publication List (2/2) 10.: 11.: 12.: 13.: 14.: 15.: 16.: 17.: 18.Chiang, Y. M., S. H. Chen and K. C. Wu (2005), A Robust Approach for Improving Computational Efficiency of Order-Picking Problems, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 3682, 1007-1012. (SCI-E) 19.Chang, P.C., S. H. Chen and K. L. Lin (2005) Two Phase Sub-Population Genetic Algorithm for Parallel Machine Scheduling problem, Expert Systems with Applications, 29(3), 705-712. (SCI)

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ About Me Life Examples of Research What do I really want to express? Conclusions Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Contents A relaxed talk of research.

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ EX1: Playing Table Tennis (1/2) A play ground at Building 2 I cant play it at all in the beginning Prof. Chang says Playing table tennis well is a process of doing research. And what he further adds?

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ EX1: Playing Table Tennis (2/2) Benefits: To know people at playing it I even play it when I was in oversea Championship

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ EX2: People Asked: What is your research? My research is doing scheduling problems. I wont go through the details. Instead, I will: Give the most relevant scheduling problems he/she knows. Discover a lot of examples they can understand! PS: Our life is also a scheduling problem ; )

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ EX3: Cooking I cant cook anything by 2007/9. Research ability saves my life in UK! Have a big fun in cooking.

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ EX4: How to improve the traffic jams? A big city may encounter this problem. At least 10 approaches. It is your show time!

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ EX5: Programming Teaching and Applications Research C Java C++ C# Python Matlab VB.Net

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ EX6: 1st Year Teaching at NHU Something different We treasure creative ideas

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ About Me Life Examples of Research What do I really want to express? Conclusions Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Contents A relaxed talk of research.

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ What is a research? Research Framework Discover an interesting problem Problem Find a good method to solve the problem Algorithm

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ Research Progress Improve? Analysis and Discussions Implement an algorithm My Approaches 1.Read (papers) 2.Deep thinking 3.Start to do it 4.Any new interesting results? 5.Write them down 6.Go to Step 2. More Details

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ What is the implication for you? Everything is the matter of fun! How to make yourself happy when doing research? Suggestions: Time Management English Logic One Researcher You Should Know ---Prof. Randy Pausch http://download.srv.cs.cmu.edu/~pausch/

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ About Me Life Examples of Research What do I really want to express? Conclusions Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Contents A relaxed talk of research.

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ Conclusions Have you figured out the head fake? Have you figured out the 2nd head fake? A speech of what the research is. Thanks faculties and friends in ISU

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http://mail.nhu.edu.tw/~shihhsin/ Department of Electronic Commerce Management, Nanhua University.

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