Special issue on pervasive and ubiquitous solutions for cultural enrichment

Wei Wei, Jinsong Wu, Chunsheng Zhu
2019 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
Cultures and heritages have been preserved in archeological centers, museums, historical centers, art galleries and exhibitions, and cultural artifacts provide rich information and insight about the cultural developments, transformations, traditional and ethics. Applying pervasive and ubiquitous computing technologies to culture and heritage provide immense benefits but a host of complexities, and this special issue of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing focuses on recent and research the looks
more » ... pervasive and ubiquitous solutions for cultural enhancement. The aim of this special issue is to attract recent research and contributions of high-quality papers in the relevant topics. Based on the feedbacks of peer-reviewers, as well as the evaluations of editors, 33 papers are selected in this special issue from 74 papers. The 33 papers which cover broad topics are selected and briefly introduced as follows. In the paper "The Construction of Sports Culture Industry Growth Forecast Model Based on Big Data", the feasibility of sports culture industry growth prediction based on big data theory from the perspective of data mining is analyzed, and a sport culture industry growth prediction model based on genetic neural network is proposed. The simulation results demonstrate that the genetic neural network can effectively improve the efficiency and accuracy of prediction and show strong robust in predicting the laws of sports culture industry.
doi:10.1007/s00779-019-01349-3 fatcat:wroducbrgnes3h2c3kgvxp72uu