Volume 4 Number 8 (Aug. 2009)
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Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Trends in Hybrid Intelligent Systems

Guest Editors: Alberto Ochoa O. Zezzatti and Alejandro Padilla
    Hybridization of intelligent systems is a promising research field of modern artificial/computational intelligence concerned with the development of the next generation of intelligent systems. A fundamental stimulus to the investigations of Hybrid Intelligent Systems (HIS) is the awareness in the academic communities that combined approaches will be necessary if the remaining tough problems in Artificial and computational intelligence are to be solved. Recently Hybrid Intelligent Systems are getting popular due to their capabilities in handling several real world complexities involving imprecision, uncertainly and vagueness.
    The paper “A Hybrid System Based on a Filter Bank and a Successive Approximations Threshold for Microcalcifications Detection” propose a new hybrid system for microcalcifications detection in digital mammograms, using the combination of the CDF 9/7 filter bank and a successive approximations threshold. Microcalcifications are low contrast samples and only have a few pixels in diameter which are difficult to detect. (This is a selected paper from HIS Workshop on MICAI’2008).
    The paper “Development of a Discrete Event Controller Supervisor using a Hybrid Matrix Formulation with Fuzzy Logic Conflict Resolution” try to explain using a patented matrix formulation, a Discrete Event (DE) controller is designed for a manufacturing cell. The DE controller can directly be implemented from standard manufacturing tools such as the Bill of Materials or the assembly tree. The matrices also make it straightforward to actually implement the DE controller for sequencing the jobs and assigning the resources. We use virtual places to interact with our machine resources to control and supervise the DE system as a transient timed place Petri Net (PN) system. (This is an invited paper).
    The paper “Web Service-Security Specification based on Usability Criteria and Pattern approach” describe a specification to assist in the design of usable and secure web-services. In particular, this specification helps design an adequate security information feedback based on User Interface Patterns, the resulting visual feedback is then evaluated against a set of design/evaluation criteria called Human-Computer Interaction for Security (HCI-S). (This is an invited paper).



General Information

ISSN: 1796-203X
Abbreviated Title: J.Comput.
Frequency: Monthly
Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Liansheng Tan
Executive Editor: Ms. Nina Lee
Abstracting/ Indexing: DBLP, EBSCO,  ProQuest, INSPEC, ULRICH's Periodicals Directory, WorldCat, CNKI,etc
E-mail: jcp@iap.org
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