BRAIN. Broad Research in Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience

BRAIN. BROAD RESEARCH IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND NEUROSCIENCE wishes to create links between researchers from apparently different scientific fields, such as Computer Science and Neurology, Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Sciences, and Neurosciences, that can intersect in the study of the brain and its intelligent functions. 

We are planning to put out a new issue of Volume 9, issue 2, in April-May 2018. You are invited to write on any topic of our journal. 

You may submit your work to The deadline for sending articles is the 20th of March, 2018. 

Starting with the 1st volume (the year 2010), our journal has been included in the new Master Journal List of Thomson Reuters. You can find us in the new Emerging Sources Citation Index (part of Web of Science) at this link:


Below you can see a screen capture with our last papers, indexed in Web of Science (december 2017):

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Perceptions of Romanian Students on Uses and Value of Educational Resources Shared via ICT . Case Study: Politehnica University Timisoara

In the technology-dense environment of the “Millennial generation”, the use of ICT for educational purposes is ineviTable. Students use multiple devices for communicating with peers and professors, for interaction with institutions, retrieve content, propose topics, and inquire for information at a pace and in a volume, that can be overwhelming without the intervention of ICT.
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Systematic Review of Technology-Based Psychoeducational Interventions for Language Disorders

The objective of the study is to examine interactive psychoeducational intervention technologies for language disorders. There were selected and analyzed studies centered on using interactive technologies in speech therapy published between 2007 and 2017. A total of 32 studies met the selection criteria. The analysis revealed a different rank regarding the use of psychoeducational intervention
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Synergy Between Formal and Non-Formal Learning Approaches in Teaching at University

Education is at the heart of sustainable development and is the key to the professional success of young people. In modern living conditions, the student needs a wide range of key competences to adapt successfully to the rapidly changing environment, and the rapid pace of development necessitates innovative approaches to teaching in the university environment.
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Analysis and Evaluation of the Implementation Level of the Smart City Concept in Selected Polish Cities

The approach of Smart City is getting more and more important for both academics and policy makers. Despite this, there is still confusion on what a Smart City is and several similar terms are often used interchangeably. This paper aims at clarifying the meaning of the word “smart” in the context of cities development and
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Re-Shaping Education: Role of Internet Resources in Increasing the Efficiency of the Educational Process

Today’s lifestyle puts an increasing accent on internet resources. In order to increase its efficiency, the educational process should also include internet resources. This work presents different internet resources (online courses and tutorials, social media, online games) and analyses their efficiency in training students. Simina Maris, Stefan Alfred Maris, Luisa Dungan, Titus Slavici  
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Ethnolinguistic Audio-Visual Atlas of the Cultural Food Heritage of BacăU County – Elements of Methodology

The paper aims to present the methodology of the platform “Ethnolinguistic audio-visual atlas of the cultural food heritage of Bacӑu County – eCULTFOOD Atlas”, the main product of the project The Digitization of the Cultural Food Heritage. The Region of Bacău – eCULTFOOD (PNIII-P2-2.1-BG-2016-0390). The platform eCULTFOOD Atlas is a comprehensive database containing the results
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The Role of Language in Teaching and Learning Mathematics

In this paper we discuss the role of language in the process of teaching and learning mathematics. We begin with the definition of mathematics by Cassiodorus (in its essential features repeated in the famous Kolmogorov’s article “Mathematics” from the “Great Soviet Encyclopedia” and explored in the author’s book Humanitarian oriented mathematics teaching in general school
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Self-Regulation in Critical Thinking Skills of Buddhist Teenagers for Solving Problems in Indonesia

Teenagers are age-prone to new problems that arise in day life. In the face of problems in Buddhism, adolescents are taught to be independent from early adolescence to dealing with various problems in their lives. The adolescent in the Buddhist teenagers’ has the independence ability taught in the Buddhist theory that “make yourself a protector
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Classification Algorithms of Data Mining Applied for Demographic Processes

Data mining is a generous field for researchers due to its various approaches on knowledge discovery in enormous volumes of data that are stored in different formats. At present, data are widely used all over the world, covering areas such as: education, industry, medicine, banking, inssurance companies, research laboratories, business, military domain etc. The major
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BRAINews: SMART 2018 International conference


SMART 2018 – Scientific Methods in Academic Research and Teaching is an international conference, which will be held in Bacau and Iasi, Romania, between June 7 and June 10, 2017. This year, the conference will focus on three major themes:

  • artificial intelligence
  • neuroscience
  • cognitive sciences

All papers will be published in BRAIN journal, indexed by Thomson-Reuters, in Web of Science.


  • December 15, 2018: submission of abstracts and intentions of participation
  • February 15, 2018: submission of full papers, by e-mail to smart2018 AT edusoft DOT ro
  • March 15, 2018: notification of acceptance
  • April 15, 2018: registration
  • May 5, 2018: Later registration – each author will register as being from developed country
  • May 15, 2018: submission of final version of the papers
  • June 7-10″: days of the conference

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Important about BRAIN: Indexing


Our journal is currently indexed/listed in the following indexing services and international databases:

Some universities and organizations list our journal in their online libraries:
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Vol 9, No 1 (2018): BRAIN - vol. 9, issue 1 (2018)

BRAIN - Broad Research in Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience, volume 8, issue 1 (2018)

Table of Contents


Hakan Boz, Utku Kose
pp. 5-16
Omer Deperlioglu
pp. 17-28
Maria Poroch-Serițan, Cristina Beatrice Michitiuc, Mihaela Jarcău
pp. 29-35
Adel Rahimi, Parvaneh Khosravizadeh
pp. 36-43
Ölga Bucovețchi, Radu D. Stanciu
pp. 44-49
Ismail Tahir
pp. 50-58
Kishor Datta Gupta, Manjurul Ahsan, Stefan Andrei
pp. 59-71
Humera Tariq, Zainab Parveen
pp. 72-93
Irina Ionita, Liviu Ionita
pp. 94-100
Lucky Nindi Riandika Marfu’i, A. Juntika Nurihsan, Dr. Nurhudaya, Vismaia Sabariah Damaianti
pp. 101-113
Aslanbek Naziev
pp. 114-124
Petronela Savin, Diana Trandabat
pp. 125-131
Simina Maris, Stefan Alfred Maris, Luisa Dungan, Titus Slavici
pp. 132-137
Kamil Roman
pp. 138-145
Vesela Mareva
pp. 146-150
Liliana Mata, Georgeta Panasoara, Silvia Fat, Cosmin Malureanu, Iulia Lazar
pp. 151-162
Mariana Cernicova, Vasile Gherheș
pp. 163-172