Open Special Issue on Contemporary Intelligent Systems and Applications

Open Special Issue on Contemporary Intelligent Systems and Applications

CALL FOR PAPERS

No doubt, the contemporary economy, for example, Industry 4.0 and Internet of Things, is intelligent, knowledge-oriented. The knowledge production is more and more important, and will be the dominated part of the whole government resource. In this situation the theory and application of intelligent/smart applications from multi-agent systems to data science research is more and more important.

Few decades ago Artificial Intelligence played almost no role in Cyber Security issues. Artificial Neural Networks had been just introduced and nothing more. Today we can’t imagine Cyber Security without [Big Data] processing by software agents: machines are the best processors of Big Data. Same trend could be mentioned in many more fields.

Prospective authors are invited to share their research and ideas on this central and really hot field changing the whole world.

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

•   Fundamentals of the Theory of Intelligent Systems

•   Innovative Intelligent Applications

 •   Multidisciplinary Applications of Cyber-Physical Systems

It is our pleasure to invite you to submit your paper for publication in the Special Issue on Contemporary Intelligent Systems and Applications at the International Journal of Computing, www.computingonline.net.

The paper has to be submitted in electronic form as a MS Word file. It must begin with a short abstract and keywords. It must end with a brief biography (education, position and scientific interests) and a photo of each author. Complete author’s guidelines are available at http://computingonline.net/files/journals/1/template-1.doc. The typical paper length is 6-10 pages but it could be extended if necessary.

Deadlines:

• Paper submission deadline   – June 20, 2019

•  Publication date                  – September 2019

Papers are published upon acceptance, regardless of the Special Issue publication date.

Lead Guest Editor:

•   Vladimir Jotsov, University of Library Studies and IT, Information Sciences Faculty, Sofia, Bulgaria

Guest Editor:

•   João Pedro Mendonça, University of Minho Departamento de Engenharia Mecânica, Braga, Portugal