Sunday, May 12, 2019

Reviewer at Recent Patents on Computer Science

I was selected as a reviewer at Recent Patents on Computer Science that is published by Bentham Science Publishers. This journal publishes full-length/mini reviews, research articles and guest edited thematic issues on recent patents in all areas of computer science. It covers recent research in fast emerging computation methods, bioinformatics, medical informatics, computer graphics, artificial intelligence, cybernetics, hardware architectures, software, theory and methods involved and related to computer science..

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Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Reviewer at International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks

I was selected as a reviewer at International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks (SAGE). This journal focuses on applied research and applications of sensor networks. It aims to provide a forum for the publication of important research contributions in developing high performance computing solutions to problems arising from the complexities of these sensor network systems.

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Monday, April 29, 2019

Technical Program Committee at ICMETE 2019

I was selected as a member of Technical Program Committee at 3rd International Conference on Micro-Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (ICMETE) 2019. This Conference will bring together brilliant engineers from academics and industrial background to exchange ideas for development and advancement of Micro-Electronics and Telecommunication. It will also provide a golden opportunity to develop new collaborations and meet experts on the fundamentals, applications and products of Micro-Electronics, Telecommunication.

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Sunday, April 21, 2019

The paper entitled "FSB-System: A Detection System for Fire, Suffocation, and Burn Based on Fuzzy Decision Making, MCDM, and RGB Model in Wireless Sensor Networks"

The paper entitled "FSB-System: A Detection System for Fire, Suffocation, and Burn Based on Fuzzy Decision Making, MCDM, and RGB Model in Wireless Sensor Networks" was published by Wireless Personal Communications (Springer) on 25 March 2019. This paper proposes a detection system, called FSB-System, to predict the fire, suffocation, and burn probabilities over areas using fuzzy theory, MCDM, and an RGB model. The system uses sensing data of the temperature, smoke, and light sensors to determine appropriate, assorted decisions under different conditions. Three fuzzy controllers are suggested in FSB-System: fire fuzzy controller (namely FFC), suffocation fuzzy controller (namely SFC), and burn fuzzy controller (namely BFC). FFC determines the fire probability, SFC measures the suffocation probability, and BFC calculates the burn probability. Sensor nodes are randomly scattered over areas in a way that they form multiple clusters. Non-cluster heads (NCHs) transmit their sensing data to cluster heads (CHs). Furthermore, CHs transmit the gathered data to the native sink to report environmental conditions toward a base station (e.g., a fire department). The number of sinks is determined by a suggested MCDM controller based on network size and the number of clusters. Simulation results demonstrate that the proposed system surpasses the threshold methods in terms of remaining energy, the number of alive nodes, network lifetime, the number of wrong alerts, and financial losses. This system can be applied in various environments including forests, buildings, etc.

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Reviewer at International Journal of Communication Systems

I was selected as a reviewer at International Journal of Communication Systems that is published by Wiley Online Library. This journal focuses the issues impacting behaviour at the system, service, and management levels. It offers coverage of advances that could impact the immense technical and commercial opportunities in the communications sector.

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Sunday, April 14, 2019

Editorial Review Board of International Journal of End-User Computing and Development

I was selected as Editorial Review Board of International Journal of End-User Computing and Development (IGI Global). This journal publishes original material concerned with the theory, concepts, techniques, methodologies and tools. It covers programming applications on smartphones, netbooks, laptops, desktops, home networks, etc., and offers expert insights from professionals and researchers in the fields of computer science and human-computer interaction.

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Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Editorial Board Member of SCIREA Journal of Computer

I was selected as Editorial Board Member of SCIREA Journal of Computer. This journal publishes original articles and reviews in Basic Disciplines of Computer Science and Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Computer System Architecture, Computer Software, Computer Engineering, Computer Application, and Other Disciplines of Computer Science and Technology.

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Sunday, March 17, 2019

Reviewer Certificate 2018 at ETRI Journal

My reviewer certificate at the Electronics Telecommunications Research Inst (ETRI) journal of Wiley Online Library was carried out by the Editor-in-Chief for year 2018.

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Sunday, February 10, 2019

The paper "T*: A Weighted Double-heuristic Search Algorithm to Find the Shortest Path"

The paper entitled "T*: A Weighted Double-heuristic Search Algorithm to Find the Shortest Path" was published by International Journal of Computing Science and Mathematics (Inderscience Publishers) in January 30, 2019. This paper proposes a weighted double-heuristic search algorithm to find the shortest path between two points. It can be used in numerous fields such as graph theory, game theory, and network. This algorithm, called T*, uses a weighted and heuristic function as f(x) = α × t(x) + β × h1(x) + γ × h2(x). It selects the path which minimises f(x) where x is a current node on the path, t(x) is cost of the path from start to x, h1(x) is a heuristic to estimate the cost from x to the straight line passing through start and target, and h2(x) is a heuristic to estimate cost of the cheapest path from x to target. Furthermore, α, β, and γ indicate effective weights of each sub-function on f(x).

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Sunday, January 6, 2019

The paper "Behavior-Based Decision Making: A Tutorial"

The paper entitled "Behavior-Based Decision Making: A Tutorial" was published by International Journal of Dynamics and Control in December 2018. This paper proposes a novel, knowledge and learning based method called behavior-based decision making, BBDM, in control and system engineering. It is an expert decision support system containing the learning ability to work based on humanistic behavioral reasoning. The knowledge base is built by the system based on various behavioral styles (e.g., safe) associated to other systems and humans. BBDM uses the knowledge-based information to make appropriate decisions when any desired behavioral style is requested from the system. It specifies a success rate for any desired style based on the obtained knowledge base with the aid of a behavioral inference system. This procedure can be used to select a proper system or human to accomplish a requested job. All operations of the BBDM method are performed by a proposed behavioral decision system, called BDS, which consists of three main units: decomposition, behavioral inference, and composition. The decomposition unit splits any behavioral style into several optional features (e.g., safety). The behavioral aggregation sub-unit aggregates all behavioral styles obtained by the system to define the total behavior. The behavioral inference unit produces a success set for any desired behavioral style. Finally, the composition unit converts success set to success rate to specify the success probability of the desired style.

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Monday, December 31, 2018

Becoming a reviewer at International Journal of Sensors, Wireless Communications and Control

I was selected as a reviewer at International Journal of Sensors, Wireless Communications and Control on December 2018. This journal publishes timely research articles, reviews and communications on these three strongly related areas, with emphasis on networked control systems whose sensors are interconnected via wireless communication networks.

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Monday, December 10, 2018

Becoming a reviewer at IET Communications

I was selected as a reviewer at IET Communications on November 2018. This journal covers the fundamental and generic research for a better understanding of communication technologies to harness the signals for better performing communication systems using various wired and/or wireless media. It is particularly interested in research papers reporting novel solutions to the dominating problems of noise, interference, timing and errors for reduction systems deficiencies such as wasting scarce resources such as spectra, energy and bandwidth.

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Saturday, November 17, 2018

Becoming a reviewer at IEEE Access

I was selected as a reviewer at IEEE Access on November 2018. This journal is a multidisciplinary, open access (OA), applications-oriented, all-electronic archival journal that continuously presents the results of original research or development across all of IEEE's fields of interest.

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