Focus and Scope

Based on the provided areas, the focus and scope of the Mobile and Forensics (MF) Journal can be categorized into the following main areas:

  1. Cybersecurity and Computer Forensics: This includes topics related to protecting digital systems, networks, and data from cyber threats, as well as the investigation and analysis of digital evidence in legal proceedings.
  1. Internet of Things (IoT): This encompasses research on interconnected devices, sensors, and systems that communicate and interact with each other via the internet.
  1. Electronics Engineering and Software Engineering: This involves the design, development, and implementation of electronic systems and software applications, including methodologies and techniques for software development.
  1. Mobile Technology and Applications: This covers research on mobile devices, mobile operating systems, mobile applications, and their impact on various aspects of society and industry.
  1. Information Engineering and Artificial Intelligence: This includes research on information processing, data analytics, machine learning, and other AI-related topics applied to engineering and technology.
  1. Image Processing and Computer Vision: This involves the analysis, interpretation, and manipulation of digital images and videos, as well as research on computer vision algorithms and systems.
  1. Interactive Multimedia: This encompasses research on multimedia technologies, user interfaces, human-computer interaction, and immersive media experiences.
  1. Computer Networking: This includes research on networking protocols, architectures, security, and performance optimization in digital communication systems.
  1. Information System Development Methodology: This involves methodologies, approaches, and best practices for designing, developing, and implementing information systems to meet organizational needs.
  1. Strategic Information Systems: This includes research on the use of information technology to support strategic decision-making and improve organizational performance, including topics like business intelligence, knowledge management, and executive information systems.
  1. E-Learning and E-Business: This covers research on the use of technology in education (e-learning) and various aspects of electronic business (e-business), including e-commerce, e-marketing, e-government, and e-health.