Special Issue: Role of Human-Computer Interaction in Enhancing Personal and Ubiquitous Applications

With HCI, advanced voice recognition techniques are introduced to accept the input of human speech and understand it before transcribing it into text. HCI-based HMDs are projection technologies built into eyeglasses or worn on a helmet or cap and employed as a therapeutic medium in physical rehabilitation. Moreover, HMDs have a variety of applications, including gaming, aviation, engineering, and medicine. Tracking the location and size of an individual's pupil with HCI-based eye-tracking technology can reveal a person's presence, attentiveness, and concentration levels. After being hailed as the future technology genre for several years, VR has finally arrived as a viable method of recreating real-time effects and sensations. In another phase, AR, which blends virtual items into reality scenarios, also proves vital, and both technologies may become fundamental elements of our future lives. Mixed reality, which combines VR and AR technologies aids the user in playing a video game while simultaneously taking real-time action as if he is performing on his own. There has never been a time when reality and imagination have been so tightly linked. In a nutshell, the uniqueness of ubiquitous applications is built on the novel way in which users interact with them. HCI is in charge of the user's interaction with the systems. Hence, this special issue focuses on the role of HCI in enhancing personal and ubiquitous applications.


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

  1. Novel edge computing paradigm for Human-Computer Interaction in Ubiquitous Applications
  2. Advancement in Social dynamics for Human-Computer Interaction
  3. Futuristic Synthesis of Voice and Speech recognition for Virtual reality applications
  4. Novel Optimization techniques HCI algorithms for Ubiquitous Applications
  5. Advanced Visual Analytic applications in Human-Computer Interaction for Ubiquitous Applications
  6. Future prediction analytics through reinforcement learning in HCI for Personal and Ubiquitous Applications 
  7. Enhanced Scan path-based pattern recognition techniques using Deep learning for HCI systems
  8. Futuristic predictive analytics for Elderly care systems using HCI in Ubiquitous Applications
  9. Perception constraints in Head Mounted Display systems in Personal and Ubiquitous Applications 
  10. Future enhancements in projection technologies using HCI for training and education applications



Manuscript Submission Due: March 15, 2023

First-Round Acceptance Notification: June 15, 2023

Submission of Revised Version: July 15, 2023

Notification of Final Decision: October 1, 2023

Tentative publication date: To be defined later in accordance with CIT's publication schedule



J. Alfred Daniel, Karpagam Academy of Higher Education, Coimbatore, India,

Email: alfreddaniel.j@ieee.org


Awais Ahmad, Università Degli Studi di Milano, Milan, Italy

Emails: awais.editor@gmail.com , awais.ahmad@mail.au.edu.pk


Boris Tomaš, University of Zagreb, Varazdin, Croatia

E-mail: boris.tomas@foi.hr


C Chandru Vignesh, Vel Tech Rangarajan Dr.Sagunthala R&D Institute of Science and Technology, Tamil Nadu, India

E-mail: drcchandruvignesh@veltech.edu.in



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