Computer Science Journals AudioSlides Gallery

AudioSlides are short, webcast-style presentations that are shown next to the online article on ScienceDirect. This format gives authors the opportunity to present their research in their own words, helping readers to quickly understand what a paper is about and appreciate its relevance.

A selection of AudioSlides presentations published in Elsevier’s Computer Science Journals are shown in the gallery below. To see the most recent AudioSlides presentations in our Computer Science Journals, please visit our Audioslides YouTube playlist.

To learn more about Audioslides and create your own presentation click here or view the following "Introducing AudioSlides" presentation.

A selection of our AudioSlides presentations

Interaction learning for dynamic movement primitives used in cooperative robotic tasks
Tomas Kulvicius, Martin Biehl, Mohamad Javad Aein, Minija Tamosiunaite, Florentin Wörgötter
Consensus measures constructed from aggregation functions and fuzzy implications
Gleb Beliakov, Tomasa Calvo, Simon James
Face hallucination based on sparse local-pixel structure
Yongchao Li, Cheng Cai, Guoping Qiu, Kin-Man Lam
Semantic security against web application attacks
Abdul Razzaq, Khalid Latif, H. Farooq Ahmad, Ali Hur, Zahid Anwar, Peter Charles Bloodsworth