Advances in Computational Collective Intelligence (ACCI) is a new book series from CRC Press and Taylor & Francis. It covers research and developments in the area of collaborative decisions, collective decision making and problem solving, social network analysis, crowdsourcing, animal collective behavior. The ACCI Book Series will publish research on all fields of information technology including the growth and testing of new computational methods, the management and analysis of different types of data, and the implementation of novel engineering applications in all areas of information technology and engineering. It will also publish on inventive treatment methodologies, diagnosis tools and techniques, and finest practices for managers, practitioners and consultants in a wide range of organizations and fields including police, defense, procurement, communications, transport, management, electrical, electronic, and aerospace. The ACCI Book Series:
About the Series Editor
Subhendu Kumar Pani received his Ph.D. from Utkal University Odisha, India in the year 2013. He is working as Principal at Krupajal Computer Academy (KCA) Bhubaneswar. He has more than 17 years of teaching and research Experience His research interests include Data mining, Big Data Analysis, web data analytics, Fuzzy Decision Making and Computational Intelligence. He is the recipient of 5 researcher awards. In addition to research, he has guided two PhD students and 31 M. Tech students. He has published 71 International Journal papers (30 Scopus indexed). His professional activities include roles as Associate Editor, Editorial board member and/or reviewer of various International Journals. He is also the book series editor of CRC Press .He is the recipient of 5 research awards. He is Associate with no. of conference societies. He has more than 150 international publications, 5 authored books, 30 edited and upcoming books; 30 book chapters into his account. He is a fellow in SSARSC and life member in IE, ISTE, ISCA,OBA.OMS, SMIACSIT, SMUACEE, CSI. He also regularly serves as a program committee member for numerous national and international conferences.
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