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Special Issue "Smart Sensing: Leveraging AI for Sensing"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2019.
Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC 28223, USA
Interests: wireless networks; sensor networks; mobile crowd sensing; mobile computing
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In the Internet of Things (IoT) era, sensing technologies have become important for many intelligent applications (e.g., smart cities, smart grids, smart homes, and smart vehicles). However, because of heterogeneity in sensor data and their different processing requirements (e.g., multisource, real-time, voluminous, continuous, streaming, and spatial-temporal), traditional data processing and integration approaches begin to show their limitations.
Meanwhile, despite the prosperity in artificial intelligence (AI) research, the development of an intelligent system capable of dealing with the diverse sensor data and adapting to different contexts is still in the relatively early stages. Many machine learning or AI algorithms still exhibit some difficulties when applied to spatial-temporal sensor data. Furthermore, applications of AI in different smart sensing areas are still very unbalanced.
This Special Issue aims to report topics on smart sensing, that is, leveraging AI for sensing, from the fundamentals and applications of smart sensing. We are seeking both innovative works in unexplored and/or emerging topics in the broad area of the integration of sensing and AI. We invite submissions on a wide range of smart sensing research, including but not limited to:
– Smart sensing technology
– Signal processing of sensor data;
– Multimodal smart sensing;
– Continuous and ubiquitous sensing;
– Context based on smart sensing;
– Mobile crowd sensing;
– Dependability of smart sensing systems;
– Knowledge discovery from sensor data;
– Machine/deep learning on sensor data;
– Context discovery from sensor data;
– Data analysis for smart sensing;
– Data-driven applications;
– Sensor data applications based on the utilization of web and cloud;
– Mobile computing and applications;
– Smart human computer interaction applications;
– Urban sensing and applications;
– Novel services or applications based on smart sensing.\
Prof. Yu Wang
Prof. Dr. Feng Hong
Dr. Hao Wang
Prof. Yanmin Zhu
Manuscript Submission Information
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- smart sensing
- continuous and ubiquitous sensing
- machine learning on sensor data
- context discovery from sensor data
- data-driven applications