Computer Sciences

Exploring partial synchronization in networked systems

Synchronization is all around us: from thousands of fireflies congregating near trees and lighting up simultaneously to an excited audience taking part in "Mexican waves" during a football match, and the list goes on. In ...

Internet

Development of a smart system for fake news detection

A research team from the universities of Jaén and Alicante has created an application that automatically analyzes news stories and determines their truthfulness with a high degree of accuracy. Although the model is still ...

Computer Sciences

A new method simulates the universe 1000 times faster

Cosmologists love universe simulations. Even models covering hundreds of millions of light years can be useful for understanding fundamental aspects of cosmology and the early universe. There's just one problem—they're ...

Computer Sciences

Scientists will protect the 'Smart City' from cyber threats

St. Petersburg, like other cities in the Russian Federation, is actively participating in the establishment of the 'Smart City' program, which will provide new services for residents of the megalopolis, increasing the safety ...

Computer Sciences

'Unmaking' a move: Correcting motion blur in single-photon images

Single-photon imaging is the future of high-speed digital photography and vastly surpasses conventional cameras in low-light conditions. However, fixing the blurring caused by the motion of independent objects remains challenging. ...

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