Frontiers of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Oct 15, 2013 (3 years and 10 months ago)

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A

series of efforts on four special issues on Frontiers of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in

China,
which has been renamed as

Frontiers of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

since 2012, for
which I have being serving as the Guest Editor.



Volume
5, Number 3 / September 2010,


consisting of


nine invited survey articles written by


S.

Amari, E.

Oja, J.

Rissanen, A.

Yuille,

J.Schmidhuber, R. W.

Yeung,

Runsheng

Chen,

Yanda

Li,
and Lei

Xu
, on


Emerging themes on information theory and Bayesian Approac
h
,

especially on
topics these authors pioneered.

See

http://www.springerlink.com/content/1673
-
3460/5/3/

and

the editorial


http://www.springerlink.com/content/k68031581527q255/fulltext.pdf

All the authors are IEEE Fellows or/and Members of National Academy of Sciences.





Volume 6, Number 1 / March 2011, A special issue on

Machine learning and intelligence
scien
ce: Sino
-
foreign interchange workshop

IScIDE2010 (A). consisting of


fourteen invited
survey or research articles.

See

http://www.springerlink.com/content/1673
-
3460/6/1/

and

the editorial


http://www.springerlink.com/content/428705867371np45/fulltext.pdf

The first half provides an insightful view for the core achievements by Chinese colleagues, with
articles wr
itten by professors from major universities in mainland

China.

The second half aims at a much wider scope of intelligence science (vision system, neural system,
human behavior, and generic issues) for broadening the readers’ knowledge of this journal,
writ
ten by professors from Hong Kong,

Taipei,

Japan, Europe, and

USA.



Volume 7, Number 1 / March 2012, A special issue on

Machine learning and intelligence
science:

IScIDE2010 (C). is a

supplementary issue of

Volume 6, Number 1 / March 2011.

The
two special is
sues may serve as a representative showing window for observing the achievements
of professors in

China. Actually, these authors come from more than 20 major universities
in

China

(including the topmost nine mainland universities). Among them, eleven profe
ssors are
recipients of

Chinese NSF Distinguished Young Scholars
, while others are also recipients of
various levels of academic honors.

See

http://www.springerlink.com/content/2095
-
2732/7/
1/

and

the editorial


http://www.springerlink.com/content/tp187860405591k1/fulltext.pdf



Volume 6, Number 2 / June 2011, A special issue on

Machine learning and intelligence s
cience:
Sino
-
foreign interchange workshop

IScIDE2010 (B). consisting of nineteen invited research
articles: the two
-
third comes from major universities in mainland

China

while the rest comes
from universities in Hong Kong (China),

England, and

Finland. Thi
s special issue provides a
typical perspective for international communities to observe the researches of

Ph.D

candidates
in

China.

See

http://www.springerlink.com/content/1673
-
3460/6/2/


a
nd

the editorial


http://www.springerlink.com/content/ru317153x265p188/fulltext.pdf