The book divides the many new paths into nine chapters. “Artificial Human Optimization,” “Artificial Soul Optimization,” and “Artificial God Optimization” are the topics of the first, second, and third chapters, respectively. The fourth, fifth, and sixth chapters, respectively, illustrate three new branches dubbed “Artificial Satisfaction,” “Deep Loving,” and “Nature Plus Plus Inspired Computing.” The seventh […]

## Investigation of the Effect of Aggregate/Cement and Water/Cement Ratios on Concrete Workability

Fresh concrete’s workability is determined by its consistency, mobility, and compactability. Several factors influence concrete workability, but the effect of aggregate/cement (AG/CM) and water/cement (W/C) ratios is the subject of this study. The study’s goals are to assess the aggregate/cement and water/cement ratios of freshly formed concretes, as well as the influence of different mix […]

## An Improved Water Swirl Algorithm Approach for Formulation of Lower Order Model of Multivariable Linear Time Invariant Continuous System

In this study, the Improved Water Swirl Algorithm (IWSA) is used to formulate a lower order Multi Input Multi Output (MIMO) model in transfer function form for a given perfectly stable higher order MIMO Continuous system. The Water Swirl Algorithm (WSA) is a swarm-based optimization algorithm that replicates how water finds its way to a […]

## Development of High Efficiency Multi-Crystalline Inorganic Solar Cell Using Er+3 Based Plano Convex Lens

The photovoltaic cell (PVC) is a semiconductor device whose primary objective is to generate vibrant clean energy from sunlight. PVC was classified into three major classes by technology: a) Organic, b) Inorganic, and c) Hybrid. PVC users state unequivocally that installed PVC is incoherent and that electric generation is inadequate. The solution to manufacture consistent […]

## Solution of the Clay Millennium Problem about the Navier-Stokes Equations: A Recent Approach

In this study, the Navier-Stokes equations’ 4th Clay Millennium issue is solved in the direction of regularity. It accomplishes this by relying on the hypothesis of limiting beginning energy. The pressures are bounded in small time intervals, as demonstrated by projecting the bounded by the conservation of energy, virtual work of the pressures forces on […]

## Study on the Solution of the Clay Millennium Problem about the P vs NP: A Short Proof that P ≠ NP=EXPTIME in the Context of Deterministic Turing Machines

In this paper, I prove that P NP and NP=EXPTIME in the context of Zermelo-Frankel set theory and deterministic Turing computers in a very short but definitive proof. The complex consequences of tackling the P versus NP dilemma in various axiomatic systems are also discussed. The current paper’s findings definitively resolve the third Clay Millennium […]

## Accessibility of Information Communication Technology and Its Motivation on Learning in Secondary Schools and Colleges

The goal of this study was to see how much information and communication technology (ICT) use and accessibility motivation improved student-centered learning (SCL) skills among public secondary school students in Kenya’s Bungoma County. Kenya’s government and non-governmental organisations collaborated to build capacity in terms of ICT infrastructure and manpower across the country. The study hypothesis […]

## Application of ICT-Based Facilities for Teaching and Learning among Technology Education Lecturers in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions in North-East, Nigeria

In Nigerian education, the use of technological aids in teaching and learning has progressively expanded, notably at the tertiary institution level. In the 1980s, only desktop PCs were used to improve test materials preparation and results processing; today, a wide range of technologies are used for instructional reasons. Some of the schools’ success has been […]

## Studies on Identification and Classification of the Best Communities That Ensure the Mastery of Their Expenditure by Using the Threshold of Their Cluster

In the framework of local community expenditure reduction, we devised a technique for segmenting local communities based on their revenue ratios by employing data mining algorithms and determining, first and foremost, their weight to limit expenditure in their cluster. The latter is distinguished by a threshold that is proportional to the number of its constituents. […]

## Case Study Noise Level at the Construction Site The Steam Power Plants Tanjung Jati B Units 5 & 6: Environmental Impact and Management

The influence of noise from the construction of a Steam Power Plant on the surrounding environment can be detrimental. The environmental scale can be used to determine environmental management directives based on initial baseline noise levels during the development stage. The goal of this study is to determine and manage the impact of noise from […]