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Scrivener Publishing
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Beverly, MA 01915-6106

Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing for Industrial Transformation

Series Editor: Dr S. Balamurugan (sbnbala@gmail.com)

Scope: Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing Techniques play an impeccable role in industrial transformation. The topics to be covered in this book series include Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic, Genetic Algorithms, Particle Swarm Optimization, Evolutionary Algorithms, Nature Inspired Algorithms, Simulated Annealing, Metaheuristics, Cuckoo Search, Firefly Optimization, Bio-inspired Algorithms, Ant Colony Optimization, Heuristic Search Techniques, Reinforcement Learning, Inductive Learning, Statistical Learning, Supervised and Unsupervised Learning, Association Learning and Clustering, Reasoning, Support Vector Machine, Differential Evolution Algorithms, Expert Systems, Neuro Fuzzy Hybrid Systems, Genetic Neuro Hybrid Systems, Genetic Fuzzy Hybrid Systems and other Hybridized Soft Computing Techniques and their applications for Industrial Transformation. The book series is aimed to provide comprehensive handbooks and reference books for the benefit of scientists, research scholars, students and industry professional working towards next generation industrial transformation.

Publishers at Scrivener
Martin Scrivener (martin@scrivenerpublishing.com)
Phillip Carmical (pcarmical@scrivenerpublishing.com)

Human Communication Technology

Internet of Robotic Things and Ubiquitous Computing

Edited by

R. Anandan

G. Suseendran

S. Balamurugan

Ashish Mishra

and

D. Balaganesh

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Preface

It is with great pleasure that we introduce this book on “Human Communication Technology: Internet of Robotic Thing and Ubiquitous Computing”. Our objective in writing it was to adopt advancements in the field and help disseminate results that cover a broad cross section of technical disciplines concerning recent applications and case studies in the areas of human communication technology, robotic intelligent systems, and ubiquitous computing among working professionals, academics and researchers. The book is also designed to provide students with a platform for exploring knowledge relating to human communication technology that will enable them to produce serviceable innocuous and purposeful systems using cutting-edge technology to yield computer systems with decent usability. In order to achieve these goals, developers must first attempt to understand the factors that determine how people use technology.

These new architectures, networking paradigms, trustworthy structures, and platforms for the integration of applications across various business and industrial domains are needed for the emergence of’ intelligent things (static or mobile) in collaborative autonomous fleets. These new apps speed up the progress of paradigms of autonomous system design and the proliferation of the Internet of Robotic Things (IoRT). Collaborative robotic things can communicate with other things in the IoRT, learn independently, interact securely with the world, people and other things, and acquire characteristics that make them self-maintaining, self-aware, self-healing and fail-operational. Due to the ubiquitous nature of collaborative robotic things, the IoRT, which binds together the sensors and the objects of robotic things, is gaining popularity. Therefore, the information contained in the sixteen chapters of this book, as briefly described below, was chosen to provide readers with a better understanding of this interdisciplinary field.

To conclude, we would like to extend our appreciation to our many colleagues. We also extend our sincere thanks to all the experts for providing preparatory comments on the book that will surely motivate the reader to read the topic. We also wish to thank the reviewers who took time to review this book, and are also very grateful to our family members for their patience, encouragement and understanding. Special thanks are also due to many individuals at Scrivener Publishing, whose talents and efforts made the publication of this book possible. Finally, any suggestions or feedback from readers to improve the text will be highly appreciated.

R. Anandan
G. Suseendran
S. Balamurugan
Ashish Mishra

D. Balaganesh
August 2021