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Special Issue "State-of-the-Art Artificial Intelligence Technology"

A special issue of Electronics (ISSN 2079-9292). This special issue belongs to the section "Artificial Intelligence".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2022 | Viewed by 2398

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Dr. Cheng Siong Chin
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Prof. Dr. Kalyana C. Veluvolu
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NCBS Lab, School of Electronics Engineering, Kyungpook National University, Daegu 41566, Korea
Interests: onlinear estimation and filtering; sliding-mode control; vehicle dynamics and control; autonomous vehicle control; AI; signal processing
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Dear Colleagues,

Electronics is pleased to announce its forthcoming Special Issue, with the aim of presenting state-of-the-art research and reviews in the field of Artificial Intelligence Technology in various countries and territories around the world.

We welcome scholars to collaborate with us by submitting their contributions to this Special Issue.

Any topic within the scope of Artificial Intelligence Technology is appropriate, but contributions should address new areas or consolidate existing areas with significant recent progress.

Prof. Dr. Cheng Siong Chin
Prof. Dr. Kalyana C. Veluvolu
Dr. Mazdak Zamani
Prof. Dr. Len Gelman
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Typhoon Tracks Prediction with ConvLSTM Fused Reanalysis Data
Electronics 2022, 11(20), 3279; https://doi.org/10.3390/electronics11203279 - 12 Oct 2022
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Typhoon occurrences pose a great threat to people’s lives and property; therefore, it is important to predict typhoon tracks accurately for disaster prevention and reduction. In recent years, research using traditional machine learning methods has struggled to include temporal and spatial features. Moreover, [...] Read more.
Typhoon occurrences pose a great threat to people’s lives and property; therefore, it is important to predict typhoon tracks accurately for disaster prevention and reduction. In recent years, research using traditional machine learning methods has struggled to include temporal and spatial features. Moreover, research that has been conducted using satellite images only does not consider the influence of physical factors on typhoon movement; therefore, this paper proposes to add a convolutional layer to the Convolutional LSTM (ConvLSTM) model to improve the ability of the model to extract images. The previous positions of the typhoon’s center are marked on subsequent reanalysis images. The subsequent coordinates of the typhoon’s center are found by fitting the predicted coordinates of each physical variable. The research method in this paper required selecting the physical variables group which was most correlated with the direction and distance of the typhoon movement from 11 physical variables; this was achieved using Canonical Correlation Analysis (CCA) and Grey Relation Analysis (GRA). Then, reanalysis data is transformed into images and a continuous series of reanalysis image sequences is inputted into the ConvLSTM model so that it can make predictions. The mean absolute error of distance used for the ERA5 dataset, using the method proposed, was 54.69 km; thus, the validity of the model was proven. Full article
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A Path-Planning Method for Wall Surface Inspection Robot Based on Improved Genetic Algorithm
Electronics 2022, 11(8), 1192; https://doi.org/10.3390/electronics11081192 - 08 Apr 2022
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A wall surface inspection robot mainly relies on the inertial measurement unit and global positioning system (GPS) signal during intelligent wall surface inspection. The robot may encounter incorrect positioning under a GPS-denied environment, easily triggering safety accidents. In order to obtain a path [...] Read more.
A wall surface inspection robot mainly relies on the inertial measurement unit and global positioning system (GPS) signal during intelligent wall surface inspection. The robot may encounter incorrect positioning under a GPS-denied environment, easily triggering safety accidents. In order to obtain a path suitable for the safe work of the robot wall surface inspection robot in a GPS-denied environment, a global path-planning method for wall surface inspection robots was proposed based on the improved generic algorithm (GA). The influencing factor for GPS signal strength was introduced into the heuristic function in path planning for GA to address the aforementioned problem. Using the PSO algorithm, GA was initialized and the influencing term of GPS signal was introduced into the fitness degree function so as to achieve point-to-point path planning of vertical wall surface inspection robot. Path angle and probability of intersection and variation was taken into account for better path planning capability. Finally, the simulation experiments were performed. The generated path using the improved GA was found to avoid the blind area of the GPS signal. The algorithm proposed has a good performance with average convergence times of 35.9 times and an angle of 55.88° in simple environment. Contrary to the traditional GA and PSO algorithm, the method showed advantages in terms of the convergence rate, path quality, path angle change, and algorithm stability. The research presented in this article is meaningful and relatively sufficient. The simulation test is also quite convincing. The proposed method was proved to be effective in global path planning for a wall surface inspection robot. Full article
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