Special Issue "Selected Papers from HAIS2018"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 April 2019
Prof. Dr. Francisco Javier De Cos Juez
Dr. Enrique De la Cal
Prof. Dr. Emilio Corchado
Department of Computer Science, Universidad de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain
Interests: intelligent sensors; eHealth; automatic diseases identification; soft computing
A selection of the best works presented during the 13th International Conference on Hybrid Artificial Intelligent Systems 2018 (HAIS 2018) will be collected in a Special Issue of the journal Sensors, “Selected Papers from the 13th International Conference on Hybrid Artificial Intelligent Systems 2018”. The conference will be focused on hybridized intelligent systems, in terms of both techniques and applications. HAIS will be held in Oviedo (Spain), 20–22 June, 2018.
The HAIS conference is an annual meeting of researchers focused on the hybridization of AI techniques and their applications to solve complex real world problems. Typically, this conference includes theoretical topics, such as optimization, soft computing, neural networks, and classification with rule base systems, among others. HAIS also includes applying theoretical research in solving real world problems, knowledge extraction from big data problems, intelligent sensor design, IoT, and eHealth.
This Special Issue will focus on problems, such as developing or applying intelligent sensors in real scenarios, intelligent management of IoT problems, eHealth solutions based on HAIS and also includes distributed intelligent sensor networks. Furthermore, research on HAIS applied to the design and development of Cyber–Physical Systems—including, techniques such as avatar profile learning and deployment—are also are included in the focus of this Special Issue.
We invite investigators to contribute original research articles, as well as review articles, to this Special Issue. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
Hybrid Artificial Intelligent Systems using:
- Fusion of soft computing and hard computing
- Evolutionary Computation
- Visualization Techniques
- Optimization Techniques
- Ensemble Techniques
- Case base reasoning
- Chance discovery
- Data mining and decision support systems
- Intelligent agent-based systems
- Deep Learning
- IoT and Intelligent Cloud/Fog Computing
- Computation in Bio-Medicine
- Intelligent Sensors
- Cyber-Physical Systems
Dr. Enrique de la Cal
Dr. José R. Villar
Prof. Dr. Emilio Corchado
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