Special Issue "Applications of Intelligent Methods for Business Model Innovation and Market Resilience Facing the COVID-19"

A special issue of Mathematics (ISSN 2227-7390).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 January 2023 | Viewed by 89

Special Issue Editors

Dr. Ebrahim Navid Sadjadi
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Department of Informatics, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 28903 Madrid, Spain
Interests: smart grids; control theory; fuzzy systems; AI
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Dr. Jesús García-Herrero
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Computer Science Department, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Avenida Gregorio Peces-Barba Martínez, 22. 28270 Colmenarejo Madrid, Spain
Interests: data fusion; surveillance systems; contextual information; data mining
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Prof. Dr. Jose Manuel Molina López
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Computer Science and Engineering Department, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Edificio Sabatini, 28911 Leganes, Spain
Interests: data fusion; machine learning; internet of things (IoT); ambient intelligent; AAL; privacy
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Dr. Roemi Fernandez
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CSIC-UPM - Centro de Automatica y Robotica (CAR), Madrid, Spain
Interests: field and service robotic systems; intelligent robotics; multisensory systems; nonlinear actuators and nonlinear controllers
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

The objective of this Special Issue is to cover the impact of artificial intelligence and automation in the fight against COVID-19 based on fuzzy systems and data mining. The opportunities of growth in the field will impact the education plans of electrical engineering departments and the expected trajectory in the academic life of students as well as the future goals of researchers toward wellness in the societies.

Hence, the aim of the Special Issue is to identify and study advanced issues related to applying intelligent techniques and information technologies that automate and integrate data analysis systems and optimize the processes of innovation in combatting the COVID-19 pandemic and similar disasters in the future.

This Special Issue is expected to include recent work in theories and practices of information systems and technology management based on fuzzy systems and data mining. In particular, we would like to study the impact of social distance up-taking on the servitization and smartization of industries, engineering education, and medical practices, besides the consequences on the speedy growth of the application of the artificial intelligence, and the widening of automation and industry in societies.

This Special Issue will not only cover selected excellent papers from The 8th International Conference on Fuzzy Systems and Data Mining (FSDM 2022)(November 4-7, 2022, Xiamen, China)(http://www.fsdmconf.org/) and The 3rd International Conference on Modern Management based on Big Data (MMBD2022) (August 15th-18th, 2022, Seoul, South Korea) (http://www.mmbdconf.org/), but also welcome external submissions on related topics.

We assume that the target of this Special Issue will be researchers both from the academia and industry. Hence, we invite business managers and engineers, executives and managers of the universities, plus the graduate students and researchers for participation in the Special Issue.   

Topics include but are not limited to the:

  1. Data mining technologies;
  2. Statistical methods and informatics for large data;
  3. Applications of fuzzy systems and neural networks, convolutional neural networks;
  4. Smart data analysis, smart data fusion;
  5. New achievements in dynamic programming, clouding and optimization;
  6. Medical imaging, chest images, CT, etc.;
  7. Innovation in distant education systems;
  8. Smartization of industrial processes;
  9. New platforms for the remote style of life–work balance;
  10. Smart Business management systems;
  11. Infection risk analysis;
  12. Data analysis methods for product development, maintenance, quality improvement;
  13. Automation of industries, internet of things, interconnections of sensors;
  14. Smart methods for internal and external relation improvement of the industries;
  15. Real-time operations;
  16. Data-based advertisement, data-based logistics and delivery;
  17. Smart sales, customer targeting, business optimization, customer needs identification;
  18. Data security, cybersecurity;
  19. Market trend identification;
  20. Robots, unmanned aerial vehicles, service robots, service humanoid;
  21. Remote sensing, virtualization, data decentralization;
  22. Risk management for agile operations;
  23. Data based supply chain, data-based value chain.

Dr. Ebrahim Navid Sadjadi
Dr. Jesús García-Herrero
Prof. Dr. Jose Manuel Molina López
Dr. Roemi Fernandez
Guest Editors

Manuscript Submission Information

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Keywords

  • data mining technologies
  • data based supply chain, data-based value chain
  • data security, cybersecurity
  • real-time operations
  • data-based advertisement, data-based logistics and delivery

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