Special Issue "Classical & Quantum-Inspired Machine Learning and Optimization in Large-Scale, Real-World Problems"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 January 2022) | Viewed by 307
Interests: digital image processing; computer vision; digital signal processing; computer graphics; software engineering; electromagnetic theory; applied mathematics
In this Special Issue, the focus is on the theory and applications of classical and quantum-inspired models of computation in solving complex problems across different industrial regimes. Original, high-quality articles that cover the theory and practice of state-of-the-art computational models are solicited. In real-world optimization problems, the importance of nature-inspired approaches arises out of their ability to approximately solve a number of otherwise hard problems by leveraging guided random search. These approaches may include, among others, the use of genetic algorithms, swarm intelligence, neural networks, and deep learning as well as constructs that build on the power of evolution over time. A multitude of practical problems can be approached using such evolution-based algorithms, such as those found in operations research, random processes, computer vision, reliability science, and data visualization.
In light of the above, original submissions are invited that look at fundamental and applied problems where artificial intelligence, machine learning, and evolution intersect. Submitted articles should not have been previously published nor be currently under consideration for publication anywhere else. Potential topics include but are not limited to:
- Theory of classical and quantum-inspired learning algorithms;
- Reliability science;
- Computer vision;
- Operations research;
- Data visualization;
- Anomaly detection;
- Sentiment analysis.
Our aim is for this Special Issue to provide a platform for researchers in the classical and quantum-inspired evolutionary and data-driven learning community to share their state-of-the-art findings.
Dr. Richard Alan Peters
Dr. Saptarshi Sengupta
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- Evolutionary Intelligence
- Reliability Science
- Quantum-inspired Machine Learning
- Data-driven Learning
- Soft Computing