Special Issue "Innovative Sensor Technology for Intelligent System and Computing"
A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2018)
Dr. Hwa-Young (Michael) Jeong
Humanitas College, Kyung Hee University, 1 Hoegi-dong, Dongdaemun-gu, Seoul, 130-701, Korea
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Interests: Sensor network; Ubiquitous sensor network (USN); Intelligent software and system; Software and system model for USN; Application and control for manufacturing system (semiconductor); Factory automation
Dr. Hye-Jung Jung
Department of Information and Communication, Pyeong Taek University, 111 Yongyi-Dong, Pyeongtaek-si, Gyeonggi-Do 17869, Korea
Interests: Sensor data analysis; Data processing from sensor network; Data security from sensors; U-city management system; Communication and control devices; Mobile RFID system
Generally, a sensor is a device for detecting and signaling a changing condition. There are two ways of using sensor devices, wire and wireless. Additionally, nowadays, our environment that is in industry, social, human activity, and all kinds of computing materials, need to change and be applied to various fields and types for a more efficient and convenient life. Furthermore, after experiencing prior cycles, such as mainframe computing, personal computing, and network computing, the computer industry and academia have entered a new cycle of technological innovation and growth, which we are calling 'Intelligent Computing'. Intelligent Computing, often termed intelligent analytics, is all about utilizing the incredible processing power of today’s computing environments to optimize decisions for various fields in real time and convert the ever-growing flood of data into both meaningful information and actionable intelligence. Intelligent Computing usually makes use of collaborative work using software more effectively. In addition, computing devices have become smaller, more mobile, and smarter. In this contents, many devices can be connected by various type of sensors and its technology develops into smart and future oriented home environment technology in human being centric service. Wearable device with sensor, wireless sensor network, ad hoc network with sensors and multi and bio sensors are good examples. In order to achieve the objectives of Intelligent Computing, advanced technologies are required and, thus, grow quickly.
This Special Issue calls for high-quality, up-to-date research related innovative sensor technologies for intelligent system and computing. In particular, the Special Issue is going to showcase the most recent achievements and developments in the sensor technology for intelligent computing. All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed and selected on the basis of both their quality and their relevance to the theme of this Special Issue.
Dr. Hwa-Young (Michael) Jeong
Prof. Luigi Fortuna
Dr. Hye-Jung Jung
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- Intelligent Devices and Sensor
- Wireless Sensor Network for Intelligent Computing
- Cognitive Sensor Technology for Intelligent Computing
- Cloud Computing for Intelligent Mobile Devices with Sensor Network
- High performance wireless/mobile computing and service
- Real-World Sensing and Interaction
- Smart Vehicles with Intelligent Sensor Technology
- Artificial Intelligence for Intelligent Computing with Sensor Technology
- Big Data Processing and Data Mining with Sensor Technology
- Intelligent Sensor Technology based Entertainment and Games
- Smart Power Electronics
- Intelligent Control and Robot Systems with Sensor Technology
- Autonomous Systems with Innovative Sensor Technology
- Cognitive systems with Intelligent Sensor Technology
- Decision Support System from Sensing Data
- Human-Computer Interaction with Innovative Sensor Technology
- Information retrieval and extraction with Sensor Technology
- Machine Learning from Sensing Data