Author(s): Hamid Mcheick.

Journal Name: Recent Patents on Computer Science

Volume 7 , Issue 1 , 2014

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Hamid Mcheick is currently an associate professor in computer science department at the University of Quebec At Chicoutimi (UQAC), Quebec, Canada. He holds a PhD degree in software engineering and distributed system from Montreal University, Canada. He holds a master degree from the University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada in information retrieval system. Professor Mcheick is interested in distributed software architecture, mobiles applications and pervasive computing, as well as in separation of concerns (component, services, aspect, etc.). He works also in ubiquitous computing, service composition of business process. He has given many talks in congresses and conferences as a keynote or invited speaker. He is a chief in editor and guest editor of several international journals. His research is supported by many research grants he has received from the Canadian government, University of Montreal, CRIM (Centre de Recherche informatique de Montreal), University of UQAM, and University of Quebec At Chicoutimi, Canada. The missions of Bentham Journal volume aim to bring, for both academics as well as for industrial practitioners, a set of articles discussing and answering the recent patents on core topics of software computing and intelligence and improving the state-of-the-art of worldwide research in the areas of computer science issues by publishing high-quality articles in this area, and by exposing the readers to various methodologies, tools, technologies, algorithms, results, and types of articles. It is our pleasure to highlight in June 2014, the 7th volume of the Journal Recent Patents on Computer Science (CSENG) that includes a selected and reviewed research papers. This issue includes papers of Software Defined Networks for Data Center Optimization, Intelligent techniques and systems in credit risk analysis and forecasting, Cultivating Software Solutions Development in the Scientific Academia, Information Security and Threats in Mobile Appliances, Hybrid Swarm Intelligence and Artificial Neural Network for Mitigating Malware Effects, An Experimental Investigation of MLPNN and GRNN Classification Methods for Evaluation of Different sEMG-Extracted Features, Review on Patents in Mobile Augmented Reality, and Exploring various information in DVC side information generation. A challenge to leap forward for the contributing Authors of this issue was to present the critical underlying of many research topics, such as possibility of optimizing data management, various software developmental models, credit risk domain, information security in mobile devices, and many others. Acting as the Editor-in-Chief of Recent Patents on Computer Science issue, I wish to express our gratitude to the Authors, my particular thanks to Bentham Science for their on-going commitment to the highest quality science, to Elma Tabita Bashir and Sumaiya Azhar, Publication Managers, and the entire Bentham Editorial Staff that have done an exceptional job in insuring the highest standards of peer review. I would like to particularly acknowledge the untiring contributions of our distinguished cadre of Editorial Board Members who do the lion’s share of the reviews and are largely responsible for the exceptional quality of the current and past issues. Also, I would appreciate to thank our readers and encourage you to contact me for any suggestions, criticismsand ideas that can help us to all make “Recent Patents on Computer Science” meet the expectations that it is targeted to do.

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Year: 2014
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DOI: 10.2174/221327590701140924111834

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