Special Issue "Deep Learning Trends in Intelligent Systems"

Submission Deadline: 15 December 2020
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Guest Editors
Dr. Gopal Chaudhary, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, India.
Dr. Manju Khari, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, India.
Dr. Bharat Rawal, Gannon University, USA.


Machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) are turning out to be effective critical thinking procedures in numerous regions of research and industry, not least as a result of the ongoing accomplishments of deep learning (DL). They supplement one another, and the next advancement lies in pushing every one of them as well as in joining them. Various research disciplines, from computer science to medical science, pattern recognition, forensics science, and cyber-physical systems, as well as numerous organizations, accept that data-driven and “intelligent” solutions are essential to take care of a large number of their key issues. The vast use of these intelligent systems is due to its intelligent decision-making algorithms and techniques. These systems incorporate machine learning, deep learning, transfer learning, and neuro-fuzzy inference techniques, AI-based solutions that are material in the industrial Internet of Things, and machine-to-machine interfaces. The present pattern is to combine data from different sorts of sensors to have an increasingly gainful and progressively robust framework like assistive frameworks using adaptive learning and decision making.


Within this framework, this Special Issue tries to bring together all the latest developments in the area of “Deep Learning trends in Intelligent Systems.” It aims at promoting the recent advances in this research field while highlighting the main real-world challenges.

Potential topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Activity recognition: object recognition and pose estimation for assistive robotics, and emotion recognition
• Intelligent autonomous systems
• Deep learning-based intelligent control
• Intelligent modeling, identification and optimization
• Applications in vision, audio, speech, natural language processing, robotics, neuroscience, or any other field
• Deep network compression/acceleration in pattern recognition applications
• Deep neural network in safety-critical or low-cost pattern recognition
• Developing new models for multimodal deep learning
• Signal processing for intelligent systems
• Artificial intelligence for intelligent systems
• Big Data for intelligent sensors systems
• Low-cost solutions for intelligent systems
• Hardware design and solutions for intelligent systems
• Intelligent systems in the biomedical context
• New trends and applications for intelligent systems

Published Papers
  • A Novel Approach to Data Encryption Based on Matrix Computations
  • Abstract In this paper, we provide a new approach to data encryption using generalized inverses. Encryption is based on the implementation of weighted Moore–Penrose inverse AMN(nxm) over the nx8 constant matrix. The square Hermitian positive definite matrix N8x8 p is the key. The proposed solution represents a very strong key since the number of different variants of positive definite matrices of order 8 is huge. We have provided NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) quality assurance tests for a random generated Hermitian matrix (a total of 10 different tests and additional analysis with approximate entropy and random digression). In the… More
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  • Swarm-LSTM: Condition Monitoring of Gearbox Fault Diagnosis Based on Hybrid LSTM Deep Neural Network Optimized by Swarm Intelligence Algorithms
  • Abstract Nowadays, renewable energy has been emerging as the major source of energy and is driven by its aggressive expansion and falling costs. Most of the renewable energy sources involve turbines and their operation and maintenance are vital and a difficult task. Condition monitoring and fault diagnosis have seen remarkable and revolutionary up-gradation in approaches, practices and technology during the last decade. Turbines mostly do use a rotating type of machinery and analysis of those signals has been challenging to localize the defect. This paper proposes a new hybrid model wherein multiple swarm intelligence models have been evaluated to optimize the… More
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  • 3D Reconstruction for Motion Blurred Images Using Deep Learning-Based Intelligent Systems
  • Abstract The 3D reconstruction using deep learning-based intelligent systems can provide great help for measuring an individual’s height and shape quickly and accurately through 2D motion-blurred images. Generally, during the acquisition of images in real-time, motion blur, caused by camera shaking or human motion, appears. Deep learning-based intelligent control applied in vision can help us solve the problem. To this end, we propose a 3D reconstruction method for motion-blurred images using deep learning. First, we develop a BF-WGAN algorithm that combines the bilateral filtering (BF) denoising theory with a Wasserstein generative adversarial network (WGAN) to remove motion blur. The bilateral filter… More
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  • Deep Feature Extraction and Feature Fusion for Bi-Temporal Satellite Image Classification
  • Abstract Multispectral images contain a large amount of spatial and spectral data which are effective in identifying change areas. Deep feature extraction is important for multispectral image classification and is evolving as an interesting research area in change detection. However, many deep learning framework based approaches do not consider both spatial and textural details into account. In order to handle this issue, a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) based multi-feature extraction and fusion is introduced which considers both spatial and textural features. This method uses CNN to extract the spatio-spectral features from individual channels and fuse them with the textural features. Then… More
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  • Automatic and Robust Segmentation of Multiple Sclerosis Lesions with Convolutional Neural Networks
  • Abstract The diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS) is based on accurate detection of lesions on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) which also provides ongoing essential information about the progression and status of the disease. Manual detection of lesions is very time consuming and lacks accuracy. Most of the lesions are difficult to detect manually, especially within the grey matter. This paper proposes a novel and fully automated convolution neural network (CNN) approach to segment lesions. The proposed system consists of two 2D patchwise CNNs which can segment lesions more accurately and robustly. The first CNN network is implemented to segment lesions accurately,… More
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