About this series
This book series aims to establish itself as a medium for the publication of new research and development of innovative paradigms, models, architectures, conceptual underpinnings and practical implementations encompassed within smart computing and intelligence.
The scope of the series includes but is not limited to smart city, smart education, health informatics, smart ecology, data and computational analytics, smart society, smart learning, complex systems-chaos, computational thinking, brain computer interaction, natural/computer interaction, humanoid behaviour, and impact of educational psychology on computing.
The cornerstone of this series’ editorial policy is its unwavering commitment to report the latest results from all areas of smart computing and intelligence research, development, and practice. Our mission is to serve the global smart computing and intelligence community by providing a most valuable publication service.