Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society

Cognitive Modeling of Multimodal Data Intensive Systems for Applications in Nature and Society (COMDICS)


Publishing date
01 Nov 2020
Status
Closed
Submission deadline
03 Jul 2020

Lead Editor

1University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

2Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, USA

3Beijing University of Technology, Beijing, China

4Tianjin University, Tianjin, China

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Cognitive Modeling of Multimodal Data Intensive Systems for Applications in Nature and Society (COMDICS)

This issue is now closed for submissions.
More articles will be published in the near future.

Description

Internet technologies, in particular the availability of multimodality data from various sensors including Internet of Things and Sensor Networks, have developed rapidly. The integration and combination of these with conventional complex systems (CS), especially addressing the problems in nature and society, have dramatically expanded in acquiring more diverse observations in terms of condition monitoring, fault diagnosis, and improved accuracy and efficiency. This, along with the explosion of intelligent data analytics, especially deep learning-based artificial intelligence, has made it feasible to model the links, dynamics, and feedback loops within such systems. Typical examples can be widely found in many applications, for example, smart transportation, advanced manufacturing, logistics, natural resource and disaster management, and network traffic and load optimization.

To implement such complex systems, particularly those linked to real nature and society challenges, cognitive modeling-based intelligent computing has become a trend for advanced modeling and analysis. This is particularly the case when dealing with huge volumes of multimodality data from different nodes of the system and more effectively modeling the chaotic and nonlinear nature of such systems. Over the past two decades, various models and approaches have been proposed to address the underlying challenges within this interdisciplinary topic, and due to the nature of these rather complicated systems, how to effectively and efficiently tackle the different aspects of the associated challenges has become crucial.

This special issue aims to collate cross-disciplinary original research and review articles with a main focus on integrated concepts and technologies, adaptation to the complex nature of the application, and how to deal with these challenges under resources-tight environments. These will include not only new models, algorithms, and innovative applications, but also practical solutions that particularly focus on how to tailor generic techniques to specific applications. Of particular interest is the application of cognitive models, due to their close links to AI-enabled machine learning, and their direct applications to nature and society.

Discrete mathematical models in addressing challenges in nature and society are particularly emphasized.

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

  • AI machine learning-based integrated concepts and solutions
  • Deep learning-based fusion and mining of multimodality data
  • Performance modeling and risk assessment of multimodal data intensive systems
  • Genetic modeling and evolutionary computing for multimodality data
  • Sparse representation and compressive sensing for smart data sampling and effective dimensionality reduction
  • Integrated solutions and emerging applications in multimodality data
  • Benchmark data/methods, performance assessment, and surveying in such systems

Articles

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A Crash Severity Prediction Method Based on Improved Neural Network and Factor Analysis

Chen Zhang | Jie He | ... | Bojian Zhou
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RGBD Scene Flow Estimation with Global Nonrigid and Local Rigid Assumption

Xiuxiu Li | Yanjuan Liu | ... | Jiangbin Zheng
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  • - Article ID 9475782
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Fuzzy Matching Template Attacks on Multivariate Cryptography: A Case Study

Weijian Li | Xian Huang | ... | Fuxiang Lu
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  • - Article ID 3838547
  • - Research Article

Efficient Coded-Block Delivery and Caching in Information-Centric Networking

Yan Liu | Jun Cai | ... | Hua Lu
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  • - Article ID 5476896
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Chinese Tone Recognition Based on 3D Dynamic Muscle Information

JianRong Wang | Li Wan | ... | Jing Hu
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  • - Article ID 4705982
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CNID: Research of Network Intrusion Detection Based on Convolutional Neural Network

Guojie Liu | Jianbiao Zhang
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  • - Volume 2020
  • - Article ID 4163825
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Deep Learning-Based Network Security Data Sampling and Anomaly Prediction in Future Network

Lan Liu | Jun Lin | ... | Rongfu Zhou
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2020
  • - Article ID 4565769
  • - Research Article

GSPSO-LRF-ELM: Grid Search and Particle Swarm Optimization-Based Local Receptive Field-Enabled Extreme Learning Machine for Surface Defects Detection and Classification on the Magnetic Tiles

Jun Xie | Jin Zhang | ... | Junjie Dong
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2020
  • - Article ID 6152041
  • - Research Article

Learning from Large-Scale Wearable Device Data for Predicting Epidemics Trend of COVID-19

Guokang Zhu | Jia Li | ... | Wang Huang
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2020
  • - Article ID 6195189
  • - Research Article

Conceptual Cognitive Modeling for Fine-Grained Annotation Quality Assessment of Object Detection Datasets

Lei Guo | Xinying Xu | ... | Jerry Gao
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