Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments

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16, 4 issues

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16:1 online 15 March 2024

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16:2 scheduled for June 2024

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Aims & Scope

The Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments (JAISE) serves as a forum to discuss the latest developments on Ambient Intelligence (AmI) and Smart Environments (SmE). Given the multi-disciplinary nature of the areas involved, the journal aims to promote participation from several different communities covering topics ranging from enabling technologies such as multi-modal sensing and vision processing, to algorithmic aspects in interpretive and reasoning domains, to application-oriented efforts in human-centered services, as well as contributions from the fields of robotics, networking, HCI, mobile, collaborative and pervasive computing. This diversity stems from the fact that smart environments can be defined with a variety of different characteristics based on the applications they serve, their interaction models with humans, the practical system design aspects, as well as the multi-faceted conceptual and algorithmic considerations that would enable them to operate seamlessly and unobtrusively. The Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments will focus on both the technical and application aspects of these.
The broad areas represented in the journal given the multi-disciplinary nature of the field and applications include:

  • Sensors, vision, and networks
  • Mobile and pervasive computing
  • Human-centered interfaces
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Robotics
  • Multi-agents
  • Societal applications and implications
  • Internet of Things

Specific topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Scene and event modeling, representation, and reconstruction
  • Applications in health care: assisted living, fall detection, elderly care, patient monitoring, patient rehabilitation, brain-computer interfaces
  • Applications in smart homes: home safety, energy efficiency, entertainment, ambience, multimedia
  • Applications in smart buildings, smart classrooms, smart cars, in safety, energy efficiency, services
  • Modeling environments (homes, hospitals, transportation, roads, offices, classrooms, museums, etc)
  • Virtual and immersive reality, augmented reality, multi-modal immersion
  • Occupancy-based services
  • Applications of combined pervasive / ubiquitous computing with AI
  • Automated system setup and environment discovery
  • Network middleware and protocols to facilitate SmE
  • Innovative sensing devices and innovative uses of existing sensors (e.g. RFID)
  • Use of mobile, wireless, visual, and multi-modal sensor networks in intelligent systems
  • Virtual smart environments, interfaces with real world, social networks as smart environments
  • Sensor data fusion and collaboration in multi-sensor systems and networks
  • Mobile/wearable intelligence
  • Self-adaptive AmI systems
  • Context awareness
  • Cognitive and emotional awareness
  • Handling preferences of the individual users and user groups
  • Mediating conflicting interests
  • Behavior modeling
  • Intention recognition
  • Agent-based approaches to AmI
  • Robotics applied to smart environments
  • Distributed and collaborative computing and reasoning
  • Distributed video surveillance
  • Intuitive user interface design, unobtrusiveness, ease of setup, ergonomics
  • Human interaction with autonomous systems
  • Non-restrictive HCI
  • Assistive technologies, interfaces for special groups
  • Educational interfaces
  • Multimodal interfaces
  • Human action and gesture interpretation
  • Social issues of applications of AmI/SmE
  • Legal Issues in AmI
  • Intelligent handling of privacy, security and trust
  • Technology adoption issues and implications

JAISE welcomes submissions of scientific papers, which will be peer-reviewed. These articles should be prepared following the journal's official format and submitted through the official online submission system. Scientific research papers make up the core of the issues of JAISE.

JAISE also considers less technical and shorter articles for inclusion, which can be useful for the scientific community:

(a) Short articles reporting on PhD theses recently defended in the technical areas relevant to the journal. Articles in this category are typically expected to be one page long and will contain information like the abstract of the thesis, details of the viva (date, place, members of the examination board) and a photo of the event. This article can be written by the student or by one of the supervisors.

(b) Opinion articles and letters which can help our community to reflect, discuss or encourage debate and joint work in certain areas.

Articles in any of these two categories should also be prepared following the journal's official format, but should not be submitted through the official submissions webpage, but sent directly to either of the co-Editors-in-Chief. These types of papers will not be peer-reviewed. The co-Editors-in-Chief will decide on the inclusion of these articles.

    Editorial Board


    Hamid Aghajan
    Department of Telecommunications and
    Information Processing
    Ghent University
    Ghent, Belgium


    Juan Carlos Augusto
    Faculty of Science and Technology
    Department of Computer Science
    Middlesex University
    London, United Kingdom


    Associate Editor

    Andres Muñoz Ortega
    Department of Computer Engineering
    University of Cádiz
    Cádiz, Spain

    Advisory Board

    Sensors, vision and networks

    Takeo Kanade
    Carnegie Mellon University
    Pittsburgh, USA

    Human-centered interfaces

    Nicu Sebe
    University of Amsterdam
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    Wolfgang Wahlster
    German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)
    Berlin, Germany

    Artificial Intelligence for AmI-SmE

    Vic Callaghan
    University of Essex
    Essex, United Kingdom

    Emile Aarts
    Technical University of Eindhoven
    Eindhoven, The Netherlands

    Mobile and pervasive computing

    Anind Dey
    Carnegie Mellon University
    Pittsburgh, USA

    Robotics for AmI-SmE

    Pieter Jonker
    Delft University
    Delft, The Netherlands

    Multi-agents for AmI-SmE

    Toru Ishida
    Kyoto University
    Kyoto, Japan

    Diane Cook
    Washington State University
    Washington, USA

    Societal applications and implications

    Boris De Ruyter
    Philips Research
    Eindhoven, The Netherlands

    Editorial Board

    Ehsan Adeli
    Stanford University
    Stanford, USA

    Somaya Ben Allouch
    Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    Ana Oliveira Alves
    University of Coimbra
    Coimbra, Portugal

    Andreas Braun
    PwC Luxembourg
    Luxembourg, Luxembourg

    Jeannette Chin
    University of East Anglia
    Norwich, UK

    Lukas Esterle
    Aarhus University
    Aarhus, Denmark

    Anthony Fleury
    Ecole des Mines de Douai
    Lille, France

    Francesco Furfari
    Italian National Research Council (CNR)
    Rome, Italy

    Matjaz Gams
    Jožef Stefan Institute
    Ljubljana, Slovenia

    Carles Gomez
    Technical University of Catalunya
    Barcelona, Spain

    Paula Lago
    Concordia University
    Montreal, Canada

    Zoltan Nagy
    University of Texas at Austin
    Austin, TX, USA

    Shogo Okada
    Tokyo Institute of Technology
    Tokyo, Japan

    Filippo Palumbo
    Information Science and Technologies Institute ISTI - CNR
    Pisa, Italy

    Fabio Paternò
    Institute for Information Science and Technologies "Alessandro Faedo" - ISTI
    Pisa, Italy

    Davy Preuveneers
    KU Leuven
    Leuven, Belgium

    Roope Raisamo
    University of Tampere
    Tampere, Finland

    Caifeng Shan
    Philips Research
    Eindhoven, The Netherlands

    Christoph Stahl
    Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
    Hautcharage, Luxemburg

    Norbert Streitz
    Smart Future Initiative
    Frankfurt am Main, Germany

    Egon L. van den Broek
    Utrecht University
    Utrecht, The Netherlands

    Ping Wang
    York University
    Toronto, Canada

    Lanyu Xu
    Oakland University
    Rochester, MI, USA

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    Peer Review Policy

    The Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments is a peer-reviewed journal. Articles submitted to the journal undergo a single-blind peer review process. This means that the identity of the authors is known to the reviewers but the identity of the reviewers is not communicated to the authors. Please visit our reviewer guidelines for further information about how to conduct a review.

    After automatic plagiarism screening through iThenticate, all submitted manuscripts are subjected to initial appraisal by the Editor-in-Chief and, if found suitable for further consideration, to rigorous peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees. Reasons to reject a paper in the pre-screening process could for example be that the work does not fall within the aims and scope, the writing is of poor quality, the instructions to authors were not followed or the presented work is not novel.

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    As a standard policy, decisions are based on three reviews, in some specific circumstances a minimum of two reviews may be deemed sufficient to make a decision on a paper. The Editors-in-Chief and Associate Editors strive to ensure a typical turnaround time of three months.

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    5. The manuscript is rejected as it is deemed to be better suited for a different journal or publication.

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    Thematic Issues

    The Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments receives many proposals for thematic issues, hence we adopted the policy not to answer in cases where the proposal has not been successful. If you have submitted a proposal to us and did not get a favourable reply within two weeks, you can assume the proposal could not be accepted. Note that this does not necessarily mean the proposal was technically flawed but it could be simply because we already have enough thematic issues accepted and committed.

    Some considerations:

    • Form an international team of guest editors with a proven editorial track (give evidence of this);
    • Include links to your publication track record in a verifiable place (such as Google Scholar or DBLP);
    • Only use institutional emails; we will not answer emails from guest editors with generic email addresses;
    • The topic and subtopics should be clearly aligned with the topics of the journal, especially the reliability and sensing aspects;
    • Include a good schedule that allows the selection of high quality research; this takes time;
    • Explain how you are going to disseminate the call for papers and attract a good number of good quality submissions;
    • Make sure you can solicit submissions from across the world (manuscripts mainly submitted from one country or region may result in cancellation of the thematic issue);
    • The journal team may decide to cancel a thematic issue even after approval in case of any questionable activity such as submissions from the same institutions as the guest editors.

    Published Issues To Date

    Volume 1, Issue 1 (January 2009): Inaugural issue: State of the Art in AmI and SmE
    Volume 1, Issue 2 (April 2009): Thematic issue: Wearable Sensors
    Volume 1, Issue 3 (July 2009): Thematic Issue: Contribution of Artificial Intelligence to AmI
    Volume 1, Issue 4 (October 2009): Regular Issue
    Volume 2, Issue 1 (January 2010): Thematic issue: Computational Modeling of Human-oriented Knowledge in Ambient Intelligence
    Volume 2, Issue 2 (April 2010): Regular Issue
    Volume 2, Issue 3 (July 2010): Thematic Issue: Smart Homes
    Volume 2, Issue 4 (October 2010): Regular Issue
    Volume 3, Issue 1 (January 2011): Thematic Issue: Synergetic Prosperity
    Volume 3, Issue 2 (April 2011): Regular Issue
    Volume 3, Issue 3 (July 2011): Thematic Issue: Computer Vision for Ambient Intelligence
    Volume 3, Issue 4 (October 2011): Regular Issue
    Volume 4, Issue 1 (January 2012): Regular Issue
    Volume 4, Issue 2 (March 2012):  Regular Issue
    Volume 4, Issue 3 (May 2012): Thematic Issue: A software engineering perspective on smart applications for AmI
    Volume 4, Issue 4 (July 2012): Regular Issue
    Volume 4, Issue 5 (September 2012): Thematic Issue: Home-based Health and Wellness Measurement and Monitoring
    Volume 4, Issue 6 (November 2012): Regular Issue
    Volume 5, Issue 1 (January 2013): Thematic Issue: Context Awareness
    Volume 5, Issue 2 (March 2013): Regular Issue
    Volume 5, Issue 3 (May 2013): Thematic Issue: Intelligent agents in Ambient Intelligence and smart environments
    Volume 5, Issue 4 (August 2013): Regular Issue
    Volume 5, Issue 5 (October 2013): Thematic Issue: Design and Deployment of Intelligent Environments
    Volume 5, Issue 6 (November 2013): Regular Issue
    Volume 6, Issue 1 (February 2014): Thematic Issue: Ambient and Smart Component Technologies for Human Centric Computing
    Volume 6, Issue 2 (March 2014): Regular Issue
    Volume 6, Issue 3 (May 2014): Thematic Issue: Playful Interactions and Serious Games
    Volume 6, Issue 4 (July 2014): Regular Issue
    Volume 6, Issue 5 (August 2014): Thematic Issue: Challenges of Engineering Intelligent Environments
    Volume 6, Issue 6 (December 2014): Regular Issue
    Volume 7, Issue 1 (January 2015): Thematic Issue: Affect Aware Ubiquitous Computing
    Volume 7, Issue 2 (April 2015): Regular Issue
    Volume 7, Issue 3 (June 2015): Thematic Issue: Evaluating Ambient Assisted Living Components and Systems
    Volume 7, Issue 4 (July 2015): Regular Issue
    Volume 7, Issue 5 (September 2015): Thematic Issue: Mobility
    Volume 7, Issue 6 (November 2015): Regular Issue
    Volume 8, Issue 1 (January 2016): Thematic Issue: Natural Interaction in Intelligent Environments
    Volume 8, Issue 2 (March 2016): Regular Issue
    Volume 8, Issue 3 (April 2016): Regular Issue
    Volume 8, Issue 4 (September 2016): Thematic Issue: Human-centric Computing and Intelligent Environments
    Volume 8, Issue 5  (October 2016): Thematic Issue: Reflections and advances in Ambient Intelligence
    Volume 8, Issue 6 (November 2016): Regular Issue
    Volume 9, Issue 1 (January 2017): Two Thematic Sections and Two Regular Papers
    Volume 9, Issue 2 (March 2017): Regular Issue
    Volume 9, Issue 3 (April 2017): Thematic Issue: Intelligent Systems, Applications and Environments for the Industry of the Future
    Volume 9, Issue 4 (June 2017): Regular Issue
    Volume 9, Issue 5 (August 2017): Thematic Issue: Cognitive Approaches, Reasoning and Learning
    Volume 9, Issue 6 (November 2017): Regular Issue
    Volume 10, Issue 1 (January 2018): Regular Issue
    Volume 10, Issue 2 (March 2018): Regular Issue
    Volume 10, Issue 3 (June 2018): Thematic Issue: Intelligent Environments 2017
    Volume 10, Issue 4 (August 2018): Regular Issue
    Volume 10, Issue 5 (September 2018): Thematic Issue: IoT for personal or mobile Health
    Volume 10, Issue 6 (November 2018): Regular Issue
    Volume 11, Issue 1 (January 2019): The 10th Anniversary Issue – Openly Available
    Volume 11, Issue 2 (March 2019): Regular Issue
    Volume 11, Issue 3 (May 2019): Thematic Issue: Situation-aware Intelligent Environments
    Volume 11, Issue 4 (July 2019): Regular Issue
    Volume 11, Issue 5 (September 2019): Regular Issue
    Volume 11, Issue 6 (November 2019): Regular Issue
    Volume 12, Issue 1 (January 2020): Thematic Issue: Artificial Intelligence for IoT Systems
    Volume 12, Issue 2 (March 2020): Regular Issue
    Volume 12, Issue 3 (May 2020): Thematic Issue: Impact of Sensor Data on Intelligent Environments
    Volume 12, Issue 4 (July 2020): Regular Issue
    Volume 12, Issue 5 (September 2020): Thematic Issue: Smart Environments and Ambient Intelligence in Agricultural and Environmental Technology
    Volume 12, Issue 6 (November 2020): Regular Issue
    Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2021): Thematic Issue: Location-aware Computing to Mobile Services Recommendation: Theory and Practice
    Volume 13, Issue 2 (March 2021): Regular Issue  
    Volume 13, Issue 3 (May 2021): Thematic Issue: Trustworthy Computing for Secure Smart Cities 
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    Preface to JAISE 16(1)
    Juan Carlos Augusto, Hamid Aghajan

    Technologies for monitoring patients with Alzheimer’s disease: A systematic mapping study and taxonomy
    João Elison da Rosa Tavares, Savanna Denega Machado, Jorge Luis Victória Barbosa

    An automated energy management framework for smart homes
    Adel Noureddine, Houssam Kanso, Ernesto Exposito

    Design of a wheeled-type In-Pipe Inspection Robot to overcome motion singularity in curved pipes
    D. Dinakaran, Rajendran Sugin Elankavi, Arockia Selvakumar Arockia Doss, R.M. Kuppan Chetty, M.M. Ramya

    Gas mask wearing detection based on Faster R-CNN
    Jun Wang, Bangrong Wang, Xiaofeng Xu, Xianglin Bao

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