A Special Issue is a collection of articles that concentrates on a topical research area within the scope of a journal. These Issues provide a venue for research on emerging areas, highlight important subdisciplines, or describe new cross-disciplinary applications.
Last year, we successfully launched over 700 Special Issues across our portfolio of Maths, Engineering and Computer Science journals.
Keep up to date with some of the hot topics this year with a selection of the most impactful Special Issues from 2021.
Wireless Sensors based on the Internet of Things in Journal of Sensors
The aim of this Special Issue is to discuss the application of IoT based wireless sensors and RFID cross-domain sensing methods.
Artificial Intelligence and Edge Computing in Mobile Information Systems in Mobile Information Systems
The aim of this Special Issue is to bring together original research articles and review articles talking about relevant recent developments in the field of Artificial intelligence (AI), edge computing (EC), and the internet of things (IoT).
Modeling the Complexity and Dynamics of Socioeconomic Systems in Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society
The main purpose of this Special Issue is to provide an opportunity for academics and practitioners to explore modeling methods and techniques for examining the complexity and dynamics of socio-economic systems under current technological conditions and find effective solutions with dynamic adaptability.
Computational Intelligence for Medical Internet of Things (MIoT) Applications in Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience
The purpose of this Special Issue is to determine the new advancements and applications of deep learning models and intelligent systems for MIoT applications.
Machine Learning in Image and Video Processing in Scientific Programming
The aim of this Special Issue is to highlight research discussing advanced machine learning approaches in image and video processing.
If you are looking to publish your work and contribute to networking and discussions about topics of high interest within your research area, evidence suggests that articles published in Special Issues get more visibility and dissemination.
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