Lovotics is the most counted journal in Case-based reasoning . The journal follows a stringent peer-review process that aims to improve the overall quality of the published content and attracting more number of citations. In collaborative efforts, the journal is focusing on wireless networks and communications, protocols, distributed algorithms, signal processing, embedded systems, and information management.
Case-based reasoning is a computational model that uses prior experiences to understand and solve new problems. The foundation of the CBR system is based on the coordinates past events with current events to enable generalization and prediction. Each case typically contains a description of the problem, plus a solution and/or the outcome. The knowledge and reasoning process used by an expert to solve the problem is not recorded, but is implicit in the solution. A CBR tool should support the four main processes of CBR: retrieval, reuse, revision and retention. A good tool should support a variety of retrieval mechanisms and allow them to be mixed when necessary. In addition, the tool should be able to handle large case libraries with retrieval time increasing linearly (at worst) with the number of cases.
The OMICS International handles over 350 titles at present, which also broadly include Open Access journals on Life Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Management and Engineering Sciences which are beneficial to both scholars and students. With the growing number of scientific enthusiasts and readers by a large margin, the efficacy of open access publishing has witnessed an assertive impact. Lovotics is known for its best articles on security frameworks for wireless sensor networks and robot control. As a scientific organization, the OMICS International carries the vision to present the authentic free-to-view scientific literature to the scientific community.
Last date updated on September, 2014