Department of Artificial Intelligence and Mathematical Sciences of Sindh Madressatul Islam University (SMIU) has announced to publishing Bi-Annual Research Journal titled The International Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Mathematical Sciences (IJAIMS) online, in the first phase.
Research scholars of the country as well as other parts of the world are invited to submit their original research works at the latest by May 30, 2022 through the journal’s website or email.
Dr. Mansoor Ahmed Khuhro, Head of the Department of Artificial Intelligence and Mathematical Sciences and Managing Editor of SMIU online Research Journal while suggesting topics for research papers said that the researchers may send their papers on Machine Learning, Fuzzy Logic, Calculus of Variations, Expert System, Functional Analysis, Deep Learning, Robotics, Differential Geometry, Cloud Computing, Fog Computing, Neural Network, Game Theory, Data Analytics, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Fluid Mechanics, Natural Language Processing, Operations Calculus, Numerical Analysis, Operations Research, Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Fourier Analysis, Operations Theory, Optimization, Probability Theory and Stochastic Process and Mathematical Programming. He further said that they may also send their papers on other subjects related to Artificial Intelligence and Mathematical Sciences.
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