International Journal of Innovative Technology and Interdisciplinary Sciences 2020-01-08T08:01:46+00:00 Trieu Minh Vu Open Journal Systems <p><em>International Journal of Innovative Technology and Interdisciplinary Sciences (IJITIS)<strong>&nbsp;</strong>is aimed to disseminate original research in all fields of Technology and&nbsp;Engineering and presents the latest development and achievements in scientific research in Estonia and overseas to the world’s community to stimulate and promote academic exchange between Estonia and foreign scientists, engineers, and researchers. Original, innovative and novel&nbsp;contributions providing insight into the use of analytical, computational modeling as well as experimental research results are encouraged.&nbsp;<strong>IJITIS&nbsp;</strong>are edited by an international board of distinguished local and foreign scientists, researchers. The objective of publishing this journal in English is to strengthen international exchange in academic research.</em></p> Simulation of Human Gait Movements 2020-01-08T08:01:46+00:00 Vu Trieu Minh Mart Tamre Victor Musalimov Pavel Kovalenko Irina Rubinshtein Ivan Ovchinnikov Reza Moezzi <p>Human motion is a complex activity of the central nervous system (CNS) and muscles. Performance of a human motion can be decomposed into three components: estimation of trajectory; calculation of required signal for muscles; and performance of movement. The CNS conducts the first two tasks and the muscles perform the third task. This paper presents the development of a mathematical model and a Matlab Simulink plant for human gait movement. An internal model predictive control (MPC) is setup and plays as the human CNS to estimate the trajectory and to calculate the required signal for muscles to perform the movement. MPC calculates the required torques for each joint and generate optimal trajectories subject to human physical constraints for muscles. Results of simulation are analyzed and compared to the real human gait motions captured by a real motion capture system (Vicon). Finally, conclusions and recommendations from this research are withdrawn.</p> 2020-01-07T08:30:09+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 International Journal of Innovative Technology and Interdisciplinary Sciences Automated Traffic Law Enforcement System: A Feasibility Study for the Congested Cities of Developing Countries 2020-01-08T08:01:46+00:00 Shormee Saha <p>The population of the cities in developing countries are growing at a whirlwind speed. Industrialization and urbanization are making the crowd of these countries more city-oriented gradually. Most of these cities were not planned to cope up with a high growth rate of the population. Therefore, congestion occurs with a negative impact on every sector of the lifestyle. Regular traffic congestion in these cities is a remarkable problem which stabilizes the productivity and the national economy as well. An automated traffic enforcement system is not a new concept for any developed territory. But the implementation of such a system in any third world country is the real challenge. Cities like Kabul, Dhaka, Kathmandu, Lusaka, Cairo, Hanoi, Manila etc. are having a huge crowd but very narrow roads and poor traffic maintenance system to regulate those crowds. The transport infrastructure is struggling to keep pace with demand. But before we design any advanced traffic management system, we should look into what are the factors that are causing congestion and how costly are the respective measurements against them. This paper is intended to present a feasibility study on the implementation of the advanced artificial intelligence techniques in the traffic management sectors of the developing countries. It reviews theoretical and empirical work on the determinants on the implementation of automated traffic law enforcement system particularly in the cities of the developing countries.</p> 2020-01-07T08:39:19+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 International Journal of Innovative Technology and Interdisciplinary Sciences