Editorial: 2021 editors’ pick: Computer science

P. Lukowicz, Anton Nijholt, K. Siddiqi*, M. Pelillo, K. Van Laerhoven, L. Viganò, N. Zannone

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We are pleased to highlight the following ten articles which appeared in Frontiers in Computer Science in 2021. We have chosen to feature contributions from the following sections of the journal: Computer Security, Computer Vision, Human-Media Interaction and Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing. Computer science has grown to be a multifaceted field where some of the most exciting developments are at its intersection with other disciplines. The articles below cover a wide array of topics including human behavior, technologies for the visually impaired, color representation and perception, pattern formation, facial action coding, mobile sensors, gait recognition, and phishing and reentrancy attacks. These articles have all been widely read and collectively their content reflects the interdisciplinary nature of our journal and aspects of our vision for its future.
Original languageEnglish
Article number1062066
Number of pages3
JournalFrontiers in Computer Science
Publication statusPublished - 7 Nov 2022


  • Human behavior
  • Visually impaired
  • Color representation
  • Pattern formation
  • Facial Action Coding
  • Phishing
  • Re-entrancy attacks


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