Editors: Deepak Kumar, Saru Dhir

Series Title: Advanced Computing Techniques: Implementation, Informatics and Emerging Technologies

Trends in Future Informatics and Emerging Technologies

Volume 1

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Printed Copy: US $88
Library License: US $196
ISSN: 2737-5722 (Print)
ISSN: 2737-5730 (Online)
ISBN: 978-981-4998-46-8 (Print)
ISBN: 978-981-4998-45-1 (Online)
Year of Publication: 2021
DOI: 10.2174/97898149984511210101

Introduction

A variety of computing techniques have been developed in recent times in combination with emerging technologies. Such techniques, coupled with an increase in computing power, has given credence to an information based paradigm in many fields (also termed as informatics). Informatics computing has evolved into complex structures of heterogeneous methods involving multiple data processing applications. Research on new technologies also brings new tools to use along with continuous improvements in existing tools.

This reference presents contributions that cover emerging computing techniques and their implementation in computer science, informatics and engineering, as well as other important topics that are often discussed in the modern computing environment. Chapters in this book are contributed by researchers, academicians and industry experts and inform readers about current computer technologies and applications.

The topics covered in the book include, online privacy, internet gaming disorder, epidemiological modelling (including COVID-19), computer security and malware detection, document sentiment analysis, and project management.

This book is an interesting update on new trends in computing techniques and applications for readers interested in the latest developments in computer science.

Foreword

Does nature compute? What is computation, after all? Computation is a process of converting the input of one form to some other desired output form using certain control actions/instructions. According to the concept of computation, the input is called an antecedent, and the output is called the consequent. A mapping function does the job of converting the input of one form to another form of desired output using certain control actions. The computing concepts are divided into two types of computing, hard computing and soft computing. These are some of the themes you will be coming across in this collection of papers and articles. I am sure you will enjoy them as much I have enjoyed them while participating!! I hope that this book leaves a mark in the field with its various research papers as a chapter for advanced computing techniques, which is applicable and useful for our modern world!.

Priya Ranjan

SRM University
Amarawathi, AP
India

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