Special Issue "Smart Spaces and Ubiquitous Solutions"
A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2011)
Recent advances in the field of wireless networks, data mining and knowledge processing have moved them beyond their traditional areas of application to a much broader scope. Together they form a space where users can access a number of wireless technologies to interact with various services. Similarly, existent and future services form a space providing an unlimited set of possibilities ranging from browsing to interactive video conversations. All these layers form a smart environment that harmonize a number of technologies at each architectural layer to provide the best user experience.
This special issue will explore and explain the scope and challenges of smart spaces and ubiquitous solutions. In this regard, the special issue aims to gather latest research results from diverse fields including but not limited to wireless communication, ubiquitous networks, data mining, knowledge processing, software development, multimedia, services, and business related to smart spaces and smart cities.
Dr. Sergey Balandin
Dr. Boris Bellalta
Prof. Dr. Yevgeni Kourcheyavy
- smart spaces and cities
- ambient intelligence
- ubiquitous and autonomic architectures.
- wireless sensor networks,
- personal body networks
- cyber-physical systems and human-computer interactions,
- information fusion in smart spaces
- learning and reasoning in smart spaces
- open innovation in smart spaces.
- applications in fields related to e-health, transportation, energy and logistics