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Mapping of Offshore Wind Climate and Site Conditions for the Baltic Sea within Latvian Territorial Waters

2013-10-31, Teilāns, Artis, Sergejs Rupainis, Lita Lizuma

The paper describes the assessment and mapping of wind climate and environmental conditions of the study region extending from 56.03N 20.2E to 57.22N 21.33E. Maps of wind resources and environmental conditions are the primary method used for presenting the offshore wind resources as well as site conditions data. A GIS database was chosen to house the offshore resources data because the datasets have a significant spatial component. A visualization of the geospatial data is created using the Google Maps platform. The maps datasets consist of gridded 1) climatological information on wind speed and direction, air temperature, air pressure, wind power potential at 10m, 80m, 90m and 100m height; 2) oceanographical information on water temperature, height and direction of sea waves, speed and direction of currents, ice conditions; 3) geological data on bathymetry and sea sediments. The horizontal resolution of the database grid cells is 5 km by 5 km. All the component datasets are spatially referenced to the same spatial base, allowing rapid indexing of the different datasets to each other. A database user may compare information from different datasets in the same geographic location. The GIS database also allows portions of a dataset to be quickly updated as new information becomes available.

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Domain specific language for securities settlement systems

2012-08-06, Ojars Krasts, Teilāns, Artis, Arnis Kleins

Actual problems during design, implementation and maintenance of securities settlement systems software are achieving complementarity of several different, connected, asynchronously communicating settlement systems and verification of this complementarity. The aim of this paper is to create domain specific language for modeling of settlement systems and their interactions. Then use models to calculate settlement systems behavior. Specific of settlement systems requires that they perform accordingly to business rules in any situation. This makes use of model checking a very desirable step in development process of settlement systems. Defining a domain specific language and creating editor supporting it is a first step to enable use of model checking techniques. Created models also can be used as input for other analysis methods and tools, for example, basis path testing, simulation and as base for deriving test cases

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Machine Learning Technology Overview In Terms Of Digital Marketing And Personalization

2021-04-29, Teilāns, Artis, Nikolajeva, Anna

The research is dedicated to artificial intelligence technology usage in digital marketing personalization. The doctoral theses will aim to create a machine learning algorithm that will increase sales by personalized marketing in electronic commerce website. Machine learning algorithms can be used to find the unobservable probability density function in density estimation problems. Learning algorithms learn on their own based on previous experience and generate their sequences of learning experiences, to acquire new skills through self-guided exploration and social interaction with humans. An entirely personalized advertising experience can be a reality in the nearby future using learning algorithms with training data and new behaviour patterns appearance using unsupervised learning algorithms. Artificial intelligence technology will create website specific adverts in all sales funnels individually.