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Dr. Riahi specializes in scientific computing and numerical analysis, with a central focus on addressing complex challenges related to partial differential equations. His research portfolio spans diverse domains, including Computational Artificial Intelligence, Inverse Problems, and Non-Destructive Testing.
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2023 Journal Scope Upgraded under the leadership of EIC Xinggang Yan!
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Congratulations to the following Editor-in-Chief, who have been selected to receive an ‘Outstanding Editor-in-Chief (EIC) Award’ in recognition of their remarkable contributions in the past year.
In Hwan Jung
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New Approach to Observer-Based Finite-Time H∞ Control of Discrete-Time One-Sided Lipschitz Systems with Uncertainties
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Dr Xing-Gang Yan currently is a Senior Lecturer in Control Engineering in the University of Kent, United Kingdom.
He worked as a Research Fellow/Research Associate in the Northwestern Polytechnical University, China, the University of Hong Kong, China, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and the University of Leicester, United Kingdom.
His research subject is Control Theory with Applications in robot system, automated highway systems, networked control systems, high speed railway, flight control and multimachine power systems etc.
We are pleased to announce that Volume 2, Issue 2 (2020) of Journal of Electronic & Information Systems has been published, and is currently available for download.
The process of collating and peer review for the next issue (Volume 3, Issue 1) release has already begun.
Due to the COVID-19,we will provide the biggest discount for articles which will be published in this issue.
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We are pleased to announce that Volume 2, Issue 1 (2020) of Journal of Electronic & Information Systems has been published, and is currently available for download.
The process of collating and peer review for the next issue (Volume 2, Issue 2) release has already begun.
Due to the COVID-19,we will provide the biggest discount for articles which will be published in this issue, that is, the Article Processing Charge is 300 USD.
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We are pleased to announce that Volume 1, Issue 1 (2019) of Journal of Electronic & Information Systems has been published, and is currently available for download.
The process of collating and peer review for the next issue release has already begun.
If you have any manuscripts on hand that you are looking to have published with us, we would be glad to include it in the next issue. Moreover, if you know of any colleagues, or students under your direction who are looking to publish manuscripts, we would be glad to receive their manuscripts under your recommendation as well.Read More Read more about JEIS Volume 1, Issue 1 is now live!
The landscape of healthcare entering the new decade is immeasurably different than it was in 2010.
From an information technology perspective, electronic health records systems have become standard tools of the trade at almost all healthcare organizations. That’s a far cry from 2010, when a minority of hospitals and only a tiny fraction of physician practices had such systems in place.
And only 10 years ago, information technologies such as artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality devices and precision medicine have moved from experimental to capacities that hold significant hope for impacting medical delivery in the new decade.
Beyond that, information technology has become an accepted way of delivering care in healthcare organizations. Problems still exist in determining how best to promote efficiency and augment the work of healthcare professionals with it, but few question the value—and potential payoff—that can come from its use.
Meanwhile, HIT likely will be called upon to help the industry as it inexorably moves to value-based care reimbursement approaches, in an effort to restrain healthcare costs, and improve the quality and efficacy of care that patients receive.
With a new decade nearly upon us, the staff of Health Data Management sought to look at some of the emerging ways that information technology will make a difference in the delivery of medical care over the next 10 years. Given the scope of that assignment, the common response from our research was that it’s impossible to project accurately what the next decade holds, but it’s clear that the industry will make significant progress on using the technology and gaining results from it, not just focusing on “laying the pipes” as was necessary in the 2010s.
The following articles, then, are the best guesses from our sources and ourselves as to what benefits the industry might see from information technology over the next 10 years.Read More Read more about <Reprint>How IT will impact healthcare in the next decade
Telecommunication network has become major consumer of power, as it is growing continuously. Distributed generation (DG) is a tool used by network providers to reduce their energy costs.
Network owners and operators often avoid high retail electricity rates and insulate their operations from grid unreliability by producing their own electricity at the site. Wireless providers and subscribers have little tolerance for power outages that interrupt service, which is the major reason for increasing demand of energy storage (ES) solutions for telecom infrastructure sites.Read More Read more about Distributed Generation And Energy Storage In Telecom Networks Market Growth Prospects and Outlook 2019-2025
With the digitization sweeping over every industry sector, the ability to monitor company or individual behaviors gets increasingly pervasive as parties leave breadcrumbs of data trails in the wake of their activities, essentially self-documenting most every interaction in business and personal lives.
With that context, it is becoming increasingly important that regulatory environments, legal restrictions or requirements, authorizations and accreditations, industry standard practices, and security over monitoring of activity is managed to ensure compliance—even as the blizzard of these mandates become increasingly difficult to understand, implement or update.Read More Read more about Mastering the Complexities of Compliance with Master Data Management
<Reprint> High voltage engineering outfit EDS has completed cable installation, termination and testing work at the 497MW Hohe See offshore wind farm in the German North Sea.
The James Fisher and Sons subsidiary completed the work for cable manufacturer Zhongtian Technology Submarine Cable (ZTT).
The wire connects EnBW’s Hohe See to the recently commissioned high voltage direct current (HVDC) offshore grid system BorWin3.
ZTT global business development head said: “The complex TenneT HoHee See project and journey ended on a high note of a job well done for all of the proficient partners, including EDS in delivering the expected.”
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