This series aims to cover the role of the human element in all aspects of smart and intelligent systems. It will include a broad range of reference works, textbooks, and handbooks. The series will look for single-authored works and edited collections that include, but not limited to: automated driving, smart networks and devices, cybersecurity, data visualization and analysis, social networking, smart cities, smart manufacturing, trust and privacy, artificial intelligence, cognitive intelligence, pattern recognition, computational intelligence, and robotics. Both introductory and advanced material for students and professionals will be included.
Edited By Abbas Moallem
October 01, 2021
In today’s digital world, the words “smart” and intelligent” are now used to label devices, machinery, systems, and even environments. What is a “smart” system? Is “smart” synonymous to “intelligent”? If not, what does an “intelligent system” mean? Are all the smart systems intelligent? This book ...