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Special Issue "Advanced Geo-Information Technologies for Anticipatory Computing"
A special issue of ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information (ISSN 2220-9964).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 March 2017).
Dr. Jason C. Hung Website E-Mail
Department of Information Technology, Overseas Chinese University, No:100, Chiao Kwang Rd., Taichung 407, Taiwan
Interests: mobile storage/server and mobile computing; multimedia presentation systems; software engineering and distributed software engineering; petri nets; intelligent agent; virtual university and distance learning; web document engineering; semantic web; ubiquitous computing; social computing
Dr. Qingguo Zhou E-Mail
Distributed & Embedded System Lab, School of Information Science & Engineering, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, China
Interests: emdedded sysytem; computational Intelligence
Recently, in big data technology, communication systems are implemented in such ways that data are collected from heterogeneous services and integrated seamlessly. To make big data technology more user-centric, further exploration is called for in the areas of data utilization and communication system in heterogeneous network environments. In addition, Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the important issues to describe several technologies and research disciplines that enable the IoT to reach out into the real world of physical objects. IoT is also a novel paradigm that is rapidly gaining in the scenario of wireless sensor networks and wireless telecommunications. The basic idea of this concept is the pervasive presence around our life style of a variety of things or objects. Cloud Computing provides a useful metaphor for combining capability at different scales. Such environments may therefore consist of devices ranging from handheld smart phones to supercomputers, to serve communities ranging from individuals to whole industries. The next computing environments will be provided the convergence computing infrastructure and theory by using big data processing scheme, Internet of things platform and cloud service architecture. Theoretical research contributions presenting new technologies, concepts, or analyses, reports on experiences and experiments of implementation and application of theories, and tutorials on new trends should be needed on IT research fields. For the aforementioned reasons, the special issue intends to give an overview of the state-of-the-art of issues and solution guidelines for the Advanced Geo-Information Technologies in Anticipatory Computing. In addition, it will provide completing the panorama of current research effort, which is widely inherent to topics of high interest for this Special Issue.
For this, this Special Issue of ISPRS, IJGI is addressing a call to researchers and academics for innovative papers submissions on the following (not limited) list of topics:
- Convergence of theoretical model and application development based on Big Data, IoT and Cloud Computing
- Interoperable service-oriented technologies to share real world data with Big Data, IoT and Cloud Computing
- Interoperable middleware and architectures to communicate objects based on Big Data, IoT and Cloud Computing
- Networking technologies for interconnect things with Big Data, IoT and Cloud Computing
- Application services of Convergence with Big Data, IoT and Cloud Computing
- Infrastructure for storage and computing capabilities for IoT application services and for processing big data on Cloud Service Architecture
- Quality of service assurance for efficient resource management to allocate, track and resource utilization for IoT application services and for processing big data on Cloud Service Architecture.
- High Performance/Parallel Computing for Big Data, IoT
- Cloud/Grid/Stream Computing for Big Data and IoT
- Applications and Security for Anticipatory Computing
Dr. Jason C. Hung
Dr. Yu-Wei Chan
Dr. Neil Y. Yen
Dr. Qingguo Zhou
Manuscript Submission Information
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