Special Issue "New Paradigms in Cyber-Physical Social Sensing"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2016)
Prof. Dr. Zhi Liu
Global Information and Telecommunication Institute (GITI), Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
Interests: wireless networks; video/image processing and transmission
Prof. Dr. Didier El Baz
Distributed Computing and Asynchronism Team (CDA), LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France
Interests: applied mathematics and parallel and distributed computing; heterogeneous computing and peer-to-peer computing
The goal of Cyber Physical Social Sensing (CPSS) is to form a ubiquitous mobile wireless sensor network using intelligent terminals equipped with various sensors and perceive human social information including the environment, transportation, social activities, etc. It wirelessly uploads the information to the server, and then composites the information and provides the user with a higher level of combined information or services. CPSS enriches human-to-human, human-to-object, and object-to-object interactions in the physical world, human society, as well as in the virtual world. Furthermore, it allows people to participate in the perception process through the mobile terminals and provides pervasive service for people. CPSS expands the dimensions of human perception of the world, and changes the way that people perceive the world. Additionally, it will exhibit a variety of complicated characteristics, which provides more open issues and challenges for research communities.
The goal of this Special Issue is to seek original articles examining the state-of-the-art, open challenging research issues, new research results, and solutions in Cyber-Physical Social Sensing. All submissions should contain substantial tutorial content and be accessible to a general audience of researchers and practitioners.
Prof. Dr. Mianxiong Dong
Prof. Dr. Zhi Liu
Prof. Dr. Anfeng Liu
Prof. Dr. Didier El Baz
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- Architecture design of perception system
- Protocol design of in CPSS
- Localization, node mobility model for CPSS
- Construction technology of dynamics group in CPSS
- Methods for data collection, convergence and storage in CPSS
- Schemes of data mining, processing and analysis in CPSS
- Audit mechanism and verification mechanism for data credibility verification in CPSS
- Data visualization in CPSS
- Security, as well as privacy performance modeling, analysis, and optimization for CPSS
- Quality of Experience and Quality of Service in CPSS
- Economics and pricing mechanism for CPSS
- Application of social perception calculation and other related applications in CPSS
- Experimental platform design for CPSS