Online Behavioral Analysis

January/February 2016

IEEE Intelligent Systems magazine cover

Online behavioral analysis and modeling has aroused considerable interest from closely related research fields such as data mining, machine learning, and information retrieval. This special issue provides a forum for researchers in behavior analysis to review pressing needs, discuss challenging research issues, and showcase state-of-the-art research and development in modern Web platforms. More »

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Articles from IEEE Intelligent Systems

Noninvasive and Continuous Blood Pressure Monitoring Using Wearable Body Sensor Networks

Noninvasive and Continuous Blood Pressure Monitoring Using Wearable Body Sensor Networks

A smartphone-centric body sensor network measures the pulse transit time (PTT) of six subjects, in real time, before and after exercise. Experimental results show great promise. Read full article »

Projection of RFID-Obtained Product Information on a Retail Store’s Indoor Panoramas

Projection of RFID-Obtained Product Information on a Retail Store’s Indoor Panoramas

This proposed system shows a panoramic view of a retail store, allowing users to virtually navigate the space and learn about the products in the store. Read full article »

Announcements

Call for Nominations — AI's 10 To Watch

AI's 10 to Watch

IEEE Intelligent Systems will once again be selecting 10 young AI scientists to feature as "AI's 10 to Watch" in an upcoming issue. See 2013's Class »

To submit nominations, please email IEEE Intelligent Systems' Editor in Chief, Daniel Zeng, with the names, affiliations, and web page URLs of the nominated candidates, along with a short paragraph explaining why they should be considered young stars in the field. The nominees must have received their Ph.D. degrees in the past five years (Jan. 2010–Dec. 2014). Nominations are due by March 25, 2015.