Advances of Asymmetric and Symmetric Studies on Algorithms Optimization
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2024) | Viewed by 131
Interests: wireless energy harvesting communications; intelligent computing; software radio; radio signal recognition and classification; cognitive radio; LTE-Unlicensed; HetNets in 5G; communication theory and image processing; massive MIMO
In various fields such as computer science, engineering, mathematics, and data analysis, algorithms optimization plays a crucial role in solving complex problems and making informed decisions. In this case, asymmetric and symmetric research on algorithms optimization has emerged as a crucial area of study in the fields of computer science and engineering. Asymmetric algorithms optimization focuses on addressing problems that exhibit asymmetric properties, such as applications in network communication, data mining, and image processing. In comparison with asymmetric algorithms, symmetric algorithms optimization aims to tackle problems that possess symmetric properties, including optimization algorithms, machine learning, and pattern recognition. The advancements in asymmetric and symmetric study of algorithms optimization have significant implications in various domains. The study of asymmetric and symmetric algorithms optimization aims to develop innovative techniques and methodologies to optimize the performance and efficiency of algorithms in different application domains. By improving the computational efficiency, reducing resource requirements, and enhancing the accuracy of algorithms, researchers can address the challenges posed by complex real-world problems and contribute to advancements in various fields.
This Special Issue aims to bring together the latest research findings in the field of asymmetric and symmetric algorithms optimization, fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and promoting advancements in various domains. We encourage researchers to submit their original research papers, comprehensive reviews, research reports, and practical applications related to the following topics, but not limited to:
- Asymmetric algorithms optimization methods and techniques;
- Symmetric algorithms optimization methods and techniques;
- Applications of asymmetric and symmetric algorithms in engineering applications;
- Applications of asymmetric and symmetric algorithms in data mining and machine learning;
- Applications of asymmetric and symmetric algorithms in image processing and pattern recognition;
- Applications of asymmetric and symmetric algorithms in optimization problems;
- Performance evaluation and comparison of asymmetric and symmetric algorithms;
- Theoretical research and analysis of asymmetric and symmetric algorithms.
Dr. Hongyuan Gao
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