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world scientific connecting great minds new and bestselling digital security 2018 international journal of pattern recognition and artificial intelligence ijprai http www.worldscientific.com/ijprai editors-in-chief xiaoyi jiang university of münster patrick wang northeastern university about ijprai aims scope this journal publishes both applications and theory-oriented articles on new developments in the fields of pattern recognition and artificial intelligence and is of interest to both researchers in industry and academia from the beginning there has always been a close relationship between the disciplines of pattern recognition and artificial intelligence the recognition and understanding of sensory data like speech or images which are major concerns in pattern recognition have always been considered as important subfields of artificial intelligence on the other hand topics like knowledge representation inference search or learning that belong to the center of artificial

inclusive fintech the kish cypher blockchain cryptocurrency and ico the story of kljn for unconditional security by david kuo chuen lee singapore university of social sciences singapore linda low singapore university of social sciences singapore by laszlo b kish texas a m university usa inclusive fintech blockchain cryptocurrency and ico hopes to dispel the many misconceptions about blockfkdlqdqgfu swrfxuuhqflhv hvshfldoo elwfrlq,qlwldo &u swr7rnhq2iihulqjru 2 dvzhoodvwkhlghdwkdw businesses can be sustainable without a social dimension jrlqjiruzdug,wlvzulwwhqiruwkrvhzkrduhorrnlqjirud switch from their career to something more meaningful and sustainable as well as those who want a deeper understanding of where to search for business opportunities most important of all this book seeks to change the mindset of a whole new generation that is familiar with digital economy and yearns for a more just and equitable world “the book is much more than a dry

handbook on sensor networks world scientific series in information studies vol 2 edited by yang xiao university of alabama usa hui chen virginia state university usa frank haizhon li university of south carolina upstate usa essays on scientific and philosophical understanding of foundations of information and computation the handbook on sensor networks is a collection of approximately 40 chapters on sensor network theory and applications the book spans a wide spectrum and includes topics in medium access control routing security and privacy coverage and connectivity modeling and simulations multimedia energy efficiency localization and tracking design and implementation as well as sensor network applications information and computation edited by gordana dodig-crnkovic mälardalen university sweden mark burgin university of california los angeles usa this book is an utterly enjoyable and engaging read which gives readers an opportunity to understand and relate phenomena seemingly

handbook of electronic security and digital forensics by hamid jahankhani university of east london uk david lilburn watson watson business solutions ltd uk gianluigi me universitàdegli studi di roma “tor vergata” italy frank leonhardt independent consultant and commentator this book is a compilation of the collaboration between the researchers and practitioners in the security field and provides a comprehensive literature on current and future e-security needs across applications implementation testing or investigative techniques judicial processes and criminal intelligence the intended audience includes members in academia the public and private sectors students and those who are interested in and will benefit from this handbook readership final year undergraduate students graduates computer scientist and professionals who are involved in information security and digital forensics investigation practise research and development 708pp 978-981-283-703-5 apr 2010