Special Issue "Advanced Computational Intelligence for Object Detection, Feature Extraction and Recognition in Smart Sensor Environments"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2020).
Interests: computational intellgence; neural networks; image processing; expert systems
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Recent years brought a vast development in various methodologies for object detection, feature extraction and recognition both in theory and practice. When processing images, video or other multimedia we need efficient solutions to perform fast and reliable processing. Computational intelligence is used for medical screenings where the detection of disease symptoms is carried out, in prevention monitoring to detect suspicious behavior, in agriculture systems to help with growing plants and animal breeding, in transportation systems for the control of incoming and outgoing transportation, for unmanned vehicles to detect obstacles and avoid collisions, in optics and materials for the detection of surface damage, etc. In many cases we use developed techniques that help us to recognize some special features. In the context of this innovative research on computational intelligence, it is my pleasure to invite you to contribute to this Special Issue, which presents an excellent opportunity for the dissemination of your recent results and cooperation for further innovations.
Topics of interest:
- Bio-inspired methods, deep learning, convolutional neural networks, hybrid architectures, etc.
- Time series, fractional-order controllers, gradient field methods, surface reconstruction and other mathematical models for intelligent feature detection, extraction and recognition.
- Embedded intelligent computer vision algorithms.
- Human, nature, technology and various object activity recognition models.
- Hyper-parameter learning and tuning, automatic calibration, hybrid and surrogate learning for computational intelligence in vision systems.
- Intelligent video and image acquisition techniques.
Assoc. Prof. Marcin Woźniak
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