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Item Open Access2010 IAPR workshop on pattern recognition in remote sensing, PRRS 2010: preface(2010) Aksoy, S.; Younan, N. H.; Forstner, W. Item Open Access3DTV-conference: the true vision-capture, transmission and display of 3D video, 3DTV-CON 2008 proceedings: preface(2008) Güdükbay, U.; Alatan, A. A. Item Open Access3DTV: Capture, transmission, and Display of 3D Video(2009) Triantafyllidis, G. A.; Çetin, A. Enis; Smolic, A.; Onural, L.; Sikora, T.; Watson, J.; Çetin, A. Enis[No abstract available] Item Open AccessApplications of machine learning methods in complex economics and financial networks(Hindawi Limited, 2020-04) Tabak, B. M.; Silva, T. C.; Zhao, L.; Şensoy, Ahmet; Şensoy, Ahmet Item Open AccessBehavior and usability analysis for multimodal user interfaces(Springer, 2021-12) Dibeklioğlu, Hamdi; Surer, Elif; Salah, Albert Ali; Dutoit, Thierry; Dibeklioğlu, HamdiMultimodal interfaces offer ever-changing tasks and challenges for designers to accommodate newer technologies, and as these technologies become more accessible, newer application scenarios emerge. Prototype development and user evaluation are important steps in the creation of solutions to these challenges. Furthermore, playful interactions and games are shown to be important settings to study social signals of interaction people. Research in multimodal analysis brings together people with diverse skills and specializations on the integration of tools in different modalities, to collect and annotate data, and to exchange ideas and skills, and this special issue is a reflection of that collective effort. Item Open AccessCombinatorial pattern matching: 15th annual symposium, CPM 2004 Istanbul, Turkey, july 5-7, 2004 proceedings(Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2004) Şahinalp, S. C.; Muthukrishnan, S.; Doğrusöz, Uğur; Şahinalp, S. C.; Muthukrishnan, S.; Doğrusöz, Uğur Item Open AccessComments on : static and dynamic source locations in undirected networks(Springer Verlag, 2015) Kara, B. Y.[No abstract available] Item Open AccessEditorial: the world of medieval islands(Routledge, 2019) Zavagno, Luca; Darley, R.; Jarrett, J.; Zavagno, LucaThe articles accompanying this one study a range of medieval island situations, varying in size, location, internal complexity, economic potential and political loyalties. The geographical range is similarly broad, encompassing the length of the Mediterranean Sea and stretching onwards into the Indian Ocean. This article therefore extracts comparisons from the articles its authors have here edited. Against a broader historiographical and theoretical background, it aims to isolate the common characteristics of what is here termed “islandness” and the key gradients along which those characteristics vary. These are identified as size and internal complexity, location within wider spaces, relationship to a frontier, and social position between connectivity and isolation. While most islands fit in this matrix, the category remains fuzzy; not all geographical islands were always “island-like” and some areas not surrounded by water were. The article thus sets up models of thinking about islands for comparison with other areas and periods. Item Open AccessEditorial: in memoriam: Anastasios (Tas) N. Venetsanopoulos(Springer U K, 2015) Androutsos, D.; Plataniotis, K.; Çetin, A. Enis; Çetin, A. Enis[No abstract available] Item Open AccessEnergy harvesting and wireless power transfer enabled wireless networks(Elsevier, 2020) Duman, Tolga M.; Zhao, N.; Nallanathan, A.; Chen, Y.; Pan, M.; Duman, Tolga M.Development of wireless communication networks, connected devices, and improvement of Internet of Things (IoT) will deeply impact in every aspect of human life. In future mobile systems, a tremendous number of low-power wireless devices will exist within the densely deployed heterogeneous networks. One key challenge from the growing demand in wireless applications is a sufficient and flexible energy supply. Hence, a natural spin from the traditional and limited energy sources to alternative energy sources is a natural step to supply the exponential growth of energy demand of the mankind. Recently, energy harvesting (EH) has emerged as an important method to provide a power supply for green self-sufficient wireless nodes, in which the energy captured from intentional or ambient sources can be collected to replenish the batteries. Besides, EH has been investigated as a promising technology to overcome the energy scarcity problem in energy constrained wireless communication systems, especially for wireless networks with fixed energy supplies. Compared with conventional EH sources such as solar, wind, vibration, thermoelectric effects or other physical phenomena, which rely on external energy sources that are not components of communication networks, a new operation of EH which collects energy from ambient radio-frequency (RF) signals has been proposed. As RF signals are commonly used as a vehicle for transmitting information in wireless networks, simultaneous wireless information and power transfer (SWIPT) has become an emerging technique attracting great attention from both academia and industry. Towards this end, this special issue includes a collection of 24 papers, and we aim to disseminate the latest research and innovations on energy harvesting and wireless power transfer enabled wireless networks.