Sunday, March 13, 2022

[DMANET] [Free Springer Book] Contributing a chapter on Applications of MCDM Techniques for Human-centric Computing

*****Call for Book Chapters******

*Book Title: *Applications of MCDM Techniques for Human-centric Computing

Publisher: Springer

*Editors:* Jyoti Sekhar Banerjee, Mohamed Lahby, Siddhartha Bhattacharya,
and Ahmed J. Obaid


Dear Colleagues,

We are in the process of coming up with a volume titled "Applications of
MCDM techniques for Human-centric Computing" to be published by Springer
(proposal is initially communicated, awaiting for final approval) at the
end of 2022.

Multiple criteria decision-making (MCDM) is considered as a complex
decision-making (DM) tool involving both quantitative and qualitative
factors and playing a pivotal role in today's human life. Several MCDM
techniques and approaches have been suggested to choose the optimal
probable options for Human-centric computation in recent years. MCDM
Techniques for Human-centric Computing emerged from the fusion of multiple
disciplines concerned with understanding human beings and the design of
computational artifacts.

We cordially invite you to contribute a chapter. The full chapter is due
later this year but for now, you need to submit the followings in your
chapter proposal:

- Author List

- Chapter Title

- Abstract (between 2 and 6 sentences)

The last deadline to submit your short abstract directly at
is *March, 31th, 2022*

*NB: *There are no submission or acceptance fees for manuscripts submitted
to this book for publication

The tentative structure of the book (but are not limited to the following
Parts) is mentioned below:

*Part 1: Theoretical and Applied Aspects of MCDM*

*Part 2: Real-Time Decision Support Systems*

*Part 3: Decision Making Modeling for Human centric Computing*

*Part 4: Decision Making Applications for Human centric Computing*

*Part 5: Fusion of AI/ML and MCDM for Human centric Computing*

*Part 6: Futuristic Ideas *

Looking forward to your valuable contributions.

Best regards,


Applications of MCDM techniques for Human-centric Computing


*Dr. M.Lahby*

Laboratory of Mathematics and Applications, University Hassan II, Ecole
Normale Supérieure (ENS) Casablanca, Morocco
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