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A Prototype of the Next-Generation Journal System for ITS: Academic Social Networking and Media Based on Web 3.0

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7 Author(s)
Guanpi Lai ; State Key Lab. of Intell. Control & Manage. for Complex Syst., Inst. of Autom., Beijing, China ; Qingpeng Zhang ; Ding Wen ; Yanqing Gao
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Since the first peer-reviewed journal appeared in the late 17th century, journals have been the most important platform for scientists to publish articles. Over the last decade, the fast growth of online social networking and media services has brought us numerous valuable data and several applications to track the topic trends in a held and facilitate collaborations between scientists, thus making Web 2.0 and the emerging Web 3.0 as essential as electronic and paper formats for managing scientific journals. In this paper, we propose a working prototype for an intelligent journal system (IJS) for intelligent transportation systems based on the idea of Web 3.0-based next generation of journal systems: IJSs. Some preliminary results are presented to show the validity of our system.

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Intelligent Transportation Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 3 )