Special Issue "System-Integrated Intelligence and Intelligent Systems 2023"
A special issue of Computers (ISSN 2073-431X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2023 | Viewed by 2040
Interests: artificial intelligence; machine learning; distributed systems; parallel systems; programming languages, self-organizing systems; multi-agent systems
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The Special Issue, SI3S (Short Title: “System-Integrated Intelligence and Intelligent Systems”), will be linked to the 6th International Conference on System-Integrated Intelligence (SysInt 2022, see www.sysint-conference.org). On the one hand, it will gather the top contributions presented at this event, and on the other hand, it is an open call for outstanding submissions.
The conference itself provided a forum for academia and industry to present their latest research findings, innovations, and practices in the field of system-integrated intelligence. It focused on the integration of advanced functional capabilities into materials, systems, parts, and products as an enabling technology for established application scenarios, as well as new products and services. The perspectives are highly interdisciplinary. The technological basis extends from new sensor technologies via material-integrated sensing and intelligence to aspects of communication and data evaluation. It includes the implementation of such approaches in autonomous decision making, self-optimization, and control in advanced engineering products and systems.
The conference further addressed wider fields of research, such as materials science and engineering, microsystems technology, mechatronic systems, and production engineering, as well as electronics and computer science. Specific application environments in the field of robotics, structural health monitoring, production, and logistics were highlighted in the program through the definition of dedicated symposia. Studies on the implementation of system-integrated intelligence in additional scenarios beyond this scope are highly welcome.
Individual topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Intelligent Systems: Enabling Technologies and Artificial Intelligence
- Agent-based planning and reasoning;
- Applied machine learning and data mining;
- Self-* systems (*: adaptivity, awareness, configuration, connectivity, learning, coordination);
- Knowledge-based systems;
- Cloud-based computing and manufacturing.
- The Future of Manufacturing: Cyber-physical Production and Logistic Systems
- Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing
- Agent-based computing and agent-based simulation;
- Agent processing platforms;
- Distributed embedded and mobile systems;
- Ad hoc and mobile networks;
- Sensor networks (large-scale, material-applied or material-integrated, low-power, smart dust);
- Crowd and mobile sensing;
- Smart sensors;
- Smart cities;
- Smart energy management (in sensor networks);
- Data mining from sensor data.
- Structural Health Monitoring
- Machine learning;
- Data mining;
- Sensor processing.
- Systems Engineering of Smart Sensors, Sensor Networks, Devices, Machines, and IoT
- Soft Robotics and Human–Machine Interaction
Dr. Stefan Bosse
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