Special Issue "Future Information Technology and Intelligent Systems"

A special issue of Information (ISSN 2078-2489).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2015) | Viewed by 5683

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Cryptography and Cognitive Informatics Laboratory, AGH University of Science and Technology, 30-059 Krakow, Poland
Interests: computer science (cognitive informatics, pattern classification); biomedical engineering (medical image understanding and semantic analysis); cryptography (secret splitting and sharing, secure information management)
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Department of Computer Science, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487, USA
Interests: cyber-physical systems; Internet of Things; Multimedia Processing; security and telemedicine
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

During recent years, Information Technology (IT) influenced and changed every aspect of our lives and our cultures. Without various IT-based applications, we would find it difficult to keep information stored securely, to process information efficiently, and to communicate information conveniently. Future IT stands for all of the continuously evolving and converging information technologies, including digital convergence, embedded systems, mobile and wireless communications, social networks and media, UI/UX, security and trust computing, robots and intelligence, and so on in order to satisfy our ever-changing needs. This Special Issue is intended to foster the dissemination of state-of-the-art research in all future IT areas, including their models, services, and novel applications associated with their utilization.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

-Computational sciences and applications
-Digital convergence
-Cloud computing and Big data
-Embedded systems and middle ware
-Mobile and wireless communications
-Social networks and media
-UI/UX and HCI
-Security and trust computing,
-Robot and intelligence
-Internet of Things

Prof. Dr. James Park
Prof. Dr. Marek R. Ogiela
Prof. Dr. Yang Xiao
Guest Editors

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  • computational sciences
  • digital convergence
  • cloud computing and big data
  • embedded systems
  • wireless communications
  • security and trust computing,
  • robot and intelligence
  • internet of things

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On-Body Smartphone Localization with an Accelerometer
Information 2016, 7(2), 21; https://doi.org/10.3390/info7020021 - 29 Mar 2016
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A user of a smartphone may feel convenient, happy, safe, etc., if his/her smartphone works smartly based on his/her context or the context of the device. In this article, we deal with the position of a smartphone on the body and carrying [...] Read more.
A user of a smartphone may feel convenient, happy, safe, etc., if his/her smartphone works smartly based on his/her context or the context of the device. In this article, we deal with the position of a smartphone on the body and carrying items like bags as the context of a device. The storing position of a smartphone impacts the performance of the notification to a user, as well as the measurement of embedded sensors, which plays an important role in a device’s functionality control, accurate activity recognition and reliable environmental sensing. In this article, nine storing positions, including four types of bags, are subject to recognition using an accelerometer on a smartphone. In total, 63 features are selected as a set of features among 182 systematically-defined features, which can characterize and discriminate the motion of a smartphone terminal during walking. As a result of leave-one-subject-out cross-validation, an accuracy of 0.801 for the nine-class classification is shown, while an accuracy of 0.859 is obtained against five classes, which merges the subclasses of trouser pockets and bags. We also show the basic performance evaluation to select the proper window size and classifier. Furthermore, the analysis of the contributive features is presented. Full article
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