Special Issue "Explainable and Augmented Machine Learning for Biosignals and Biomedical Images"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2021.
Interests: information theory; machine learning; deep learning; explainable machine learning; biomedical signal processing; brain computer interface; cybersecurity; computer vision; material informatics
Interests: brain informatics; data analytics; brain–machine interfacing; Internet of Healthcare Things
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Interests: Neuroinformatics and Neurocomputational Modelling; Artificial Intelligence; Machine Learning; advanced Deep Learning techniques; Spiking Neural Networks and applications in Brain Diseases and Cognitive Impairment (Dementia, MCI, Stroke); Mental Health Information Technology and Spatiotemporal Brain Data Modelling; Personalised Predictive Modelling of static and dynamic data streams; Data Science
Interests: measurements and instrumentation for biomedicine; environment and industry; advanced signal and image processing; sensors and sensing systems; nanotechnology; photovoltaics
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In recent decades, machine learning (ML) techniques have been providing encouraging breakthroughs in the biomedical research field, reporting outstanding predictive and classification performance.
However, ML algorithms are often perceived as black boxes with no explanation about the final decision process. In this context, explainable machine learning (XML) techniques intend to “open” the black box and provide further insight into the inner working mechanisms underlying artificial intelligence algorithms. Hence, the goal of XML is to explain and interpret outcomes, predictions, decisions, and recommendations automatically achieved by ML models in order to create more comprehensible and transparent machine decisions.
In medical application, such additional understanding, alongside the augmented availability of medical/clinical data acquired from even more interconnected biosensors (based on the Internet of Things (IoT) paradigm) as well as the recent advances in augmented techniques (e.g., generative adversarial network) able to generate synthetic samples, could play a significant role for clinicians, specifically, in the final human decision.
The proposed Special Issue aims to collate innovative explainable ML-based approaches and augmented ML-based methodologies, as well as comprehensive survey papers, applied to problems in medicine and healthcare in order to develop the next generation of systems that can potentially lead to relevant advances in clinical and biomedical research.
Dr. Cosimo Ieracitano
Dr. Mufti Mahmud
Dr. Maryam Doborjeh
Dr. Aime' Lay-Ekuakille
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- Artificial Intelligence
- Pattern recognition
- Explainable machine learning
- Explainable deep learning
- Augmented machine learning
- IoT and biosensors
- Sensing technology for biomedical applications
- Biomedical signal processing
- Biosignals (EEG, ECG, EMG, etc.)
- Imaging technology for biomedical applications
- Biomedical image processing
- Biomedical images (MRI, RX, PET, etc.)