International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligenc
November 01, 2008
International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence
OpenLab is an open laboratory of ideas and projects related to application development and research using artificial intelligence and interactive multimedia techniques. It has been created from new practical laboratory approach applied on artificial intelligent courseware. International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence publishes research contributions by students in the following areas:
* Medical diagnosis: currently interactive multimedia and artificial intelligence techniques suggest the possibility to offer new approaches focused to discover and obtain high precision diagnosis, merging technical and medical knowledge. The experimental research works show the high-potential provided by software prototypes based on visual perception, fuzzy logic and bayesian theories.
* Semantic metadata: semantic web theories and formal languages has been growing during last years due to effort made by a high number of researchers. Besides, it is important to point out an special area Semantic Metadata with the main aim of provides several benefits on metadata management. Geographical Information Systems, Documental management systems among others can be better off by the use of ontologies (instead of natural language) as structural metadata formal knowledge. This section includes the most important contributions.
* Nature conservancy: we can help protect the world’s most beautiful and diverse places developing technology that preserve threatened habitats around the world. Artificial intelligence, robotics and real-time monitors are essential tools used into our laboratory to build prototypes which seek how we can design and deploy real projects on demarcated environments.
* Intelligence perception: this section includes two big areas, intelligence indoor positioning systems and intelligence visual identify systems. Learning algorithms has been used to create adaptive positioning and identify systems.
This journal has been created with the aim to publish, share and bring together our experiences and work performed during one academic year. However we hope receive more contributions from IA and multimedia researchers, in order to open and extend future next issues of the journal. This has been added to Artificial Intelligence Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.