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An Energy Efficient e-Healthcare Framework Supported by Novel EO-μGA (Extremal Optimization Tuned Micro-Genetic Algorithm)

The edge/fog computing has the potential to gear up the healthcare industry by providing better and faster health services to the patients. In healthcare systems where every second is crucial, the edge computing can be helpful to reduce the time …


An Approach to Extracting Topic-guided Views from the Sources of a Data Lake

In the last years, data lakes are emerging as an effective and an efficient support for information and knowledge extraction from a huge amount of highly heterogeneous and quickly changing data sources. Data lake management requires the definition …


Predicting Sports Injuries with Wearable Technology and Data Analysis

Injuries resulting from sports and physical activities can be persistent and pose a substantial problem for player’s economic wellbeing and quality of life. Wearable technologies in conjunction with analytics can help mitigate the risk to players …


Being (more) Human in a Digitized World


Assessing the Role of Age, Education, Gender and Income on the Digital Divide: Evidence for the European Union

This paper assesses the digital divide between and within the 28 member-states of the European Union. The analysis comprised four socio-demographic contexts: age, education, gender, and income. Because of the digital divide’s complexity, a …

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Information Systems Frontiers examines new research and development at the interface of information systems (IS) and information technology (IT) from analytical, behavioral, and technological perspectives. It provides a common forum for both frontline industrial developments as well as pioneering academic research.

The journal’s multidisciplinary approach draws from such fields as computer science, telecommunications, operations research, economics, and cognitive sciences. Among the emerging areas covered are enterprise modeling and integration, object/web technologies, information economics, IT integrated manufacturing, medical informatics, digital libraries, mobile computing, and electronic commerce.

Both the Editorial Advisory Group and the Editorial Board feature outstanding individuals from academia and industry, ensuring that all the multiple frontiers in the IS/IT field are covered.

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