International Journal of Intelligent Engineering Informatics
- Editor in Chief
- Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar
- ISSN online
- ISSN print
- 4 issues per year
- Clarivate Analytics 2022 JCI 0.4
IJIEI addresses a new discipline dedicated to interdisciplinary research on artificial intelligence, cognitive science, intelligent control, machine learning, information technology and chaos theory. Intelligent engineering informatics can be seen as an emerging science supporting engineering management activities using computational intelligence, soft computing and knowledge reasoning techniques. IJIEI highlights new techniques and systems using the cognitive and intelligent paradigms mentioned above. It will therefore particularly highlight intelligence and knowledge as well as engineering applications.
Topics covered include
- Artificial immune systems and swarm intelligence systems
- Autonomous agents, autonomy-oriented computation, multi-agent systems
- Chaos theory and intelligent control systems
- Computational intelligence and soft computing
- Cognitive systems
- Knowledge discovery and ontology engineering
- Evolutionary computation and DNA/cellular/molecular computing
- Fault detection, fault analysis and diagnostics
- Human-computer interaction, virtual reality in engineering applications
- Information storage, security, integrity, privacy and trust
- Machine vision and image processing
- Pattern recognition, speech recognition and synthesis
- Rough sets and granular computing
- Social/engineering intelligence, web intelligence/mining
- Ubiquitous, grid and high performance computing
The main objectives of IJIEI are to foster the discipline of ‘intelligent engineering informatics' and establish an effective discussion platform between academic and research institutions, engineering management agencies, and persons concerned with intelligent informatics and its engineering applications. At the same time, it also aims to promote developments in the fields of intelligent informatics, computational intelligence, soft computing, chaos theory and control systems.
IJIEI provides an effective channel for academics, researchers, engineers and technologists, working in the broad areas of intelligent systems and development-related technologies including robotics, mechatronics, artificial intelligence, computer science, computational intelligence, soft computing, control systems, chaos theory, advanced computing and modelling, as well as their applications in manufacturing, bioengineering, agriculture, horticulture, space and medical fields, to disseminate information and to learn from each other's work. The readership will have a wide range across the world.
IJIEI publishes original research papers and state-of-the-art review papers which cover new developments, innovations and future trends in the field, as well as new methodologies, techniques and case studies. Special Issues devoted to important topics in intelligent engineering informatics will occasionally be published. Technical notes, briefs and reports are also published to discuss new technical concepts and developments, and new applications of existing techniques.
IJIEI is indexed in:
- Emerging Sources Citation Index (Clarivate Analytics)
- Academic OneFile (Gale)
- ACM Digital Library
- cnpLINKer (CNPIEC)
- DBLP Computer Science Bibliography
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Editor in Chief
- Azar, Ahmad Taher, Prince Sultan University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Benha University, Egypt
- Kamal, Nashwa Ahmad, Cairo University, Egypt
- Sapidis, Nickolas S., University of Western Macedonia, Greece
Regional Editor Africa
- Rhif, Ahmed, University of Carthage, Tunisia
Regional Editor Asia
- Oleiwi, Bushra Kadhim, University of Technology, Iraq
Regional Editor Middle East
- Hassanien, Aboul Ella, Cairo University, Egypt
Editorial Board Members
- Awasthi, Anjali, Concordia University, Canada
- Bastan, Mahdi, University of Eyvanekey, Iran
- Ben Abdallah, Mariem, Monastir University, Tunisia
- Çunkaş, Mehmet, Selcuk University, Turkey
- Djemai, Mohamed, University Polytechnic Hauts-de-France, France
- Fouad, Khaked M., Benha University, Egypt
- Gaber, Tarek, Suez Canal University, Egypt
- Galli, Brian, Long Island University, USA
- Gao, Xiao-Zhi, University of Eastern Finland, Finland
- Garg, Sandeep Kumar, Banaras Hindu University, India
- Hameed, Ibrahim A., Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway
- Hannah Inbarani, H., Periyar University, India
- Haqiq, Abdelkrim, Hassan 1st University, Morocco
- Karaköse, Mehmet, Firat University, Turkey
- Karawash, Ahmad, University of Quebec at Chicoutimi, Canada
- Malek, Jihene, Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology Sousse, Tunisia
- Mavrommati, Irene, Hellenic Open University, Greece
- Moore, Philip, University College Falmouth, UK
- Munoz-Pacheco, Jesus Manuel, Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico
- Niazi, Muaz A., COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Pakistan
- Nizar Banu, P. K., B.S. Abdur Rahman University, India
- Pan, Tianhong, Anhui University, China
- Pham, Viet-Thanh, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam
- Polat, Kemal, Abant Izzet Baysal University, Turkey
- Raheem, Firas, University of Technology, Iraq
- Ramadan, Rabie A., Hail University, Saudi Arabia
- Rokbani, Nizar, ISSAT - University of Sousse, Tunisia
- Sassi-Hidri, Minyar, National Engineering School of Tunis (ENIT), Tunisia
- Shaikh, Asadullah, Najran University, Saudi Arabia
- Souri, Alireza, Haliç University, Turkey
- Turunen, Esko, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
- Volos, Christos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
- Xu, Jin, Behavior Matrix LL, USA
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22 February, 2023
Research published in the International Journal of Intelligent Engineering Informatics, investigates how information can be hidden in a type of sound file, known as a wav file, a technique known as audio steganography.
Steganography has been used for thousands of years to hide information. A message written in so-called "invisible ink" is a primitive example of steganography. In the computer age, information has been hidden in text, image, and audio files without leaving any visible or noticeable changes. Steganography involves concealing the information as well as the existence of that information so that only the intended recipient can find it [...]More details...
Finding the fakers
23 February, 2022
There is growing evidence that much of the material on the internet is entirely fake. This is perhaps well-known. Indeed, there is also equally compelling evidence that a huge number of the people on the internet are fake too. Much of the engagement and virality of content on social media and elsewhere being nothing but automated bot activity and click farms. Much of it is done as part of promoting misinformation for a political agenda and a lot of it is done to scam advertisers into imagining their paid ads are being seen by real people. However, in the perhaps more mundane world of actual users, searching for information about products and services in which they are interested there is a need to be able detect fake reviews. A review in the International Journal of Intelligent Engineering Informatics, has taken a look at the approaches to detecting deceptive reviews. One recent analysis suggests that two-thirds of customer evalutions, or reviews, of products sold on a major e-commerce site are fake. These fake reviews not only distort the average opinion for a given product, often boosting a low number of "stars" for a shoddy product to make it a more saleable five-star item, but also boost the seller's overall profile illicitly too [...]More details...