Special Issue "Distributed Composition Services for Wireless Sensor Networks"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 August 2020).
Interests: real-time distributed embedded systems; advanced real-time communication structures; wireless sensor and actors networks; hybrid (wired/wireless) industrial networks; security; internet of things; cyber-physical systems
Interests: wireless sensor networks architectures and performance; cross-layer commination protocols; power optimization for wireless sensor networks; cyber physical systems; internet of things; embedded systems; network simulation; performance evaluation
Interests: edge computing; low power consumption; reliability; distributed ledgers; embedded security; privacy and dependability
Wireless sensor and actor networks (WSANs), consisting of low-cost devices with dynamically changing, limited resourses (communication bandwidth, node processing energy resources, etc.), have emerged as a promising research field and have been applied in a wide variety of application domains due to their capability of environment monitoring, event data processing, and decision-making by aiming at performing appropriate actions interacting with the environment. Due to the limitations (unlike the web environment, where service provider availability and required communication bandwidth are typically assured), sensor network applications are distributed over a collection (cluster) of nodes, provided by distributed composite service mechanisms, which are formed through a suitable combination of basic functionalities.
In this framework, this Special Issue on “Distributed Composition Services for Wireless Sensor Networks" is focused on the increasing need for original contributions on new and innovative approaches, methods, techniques and state-of- the art applications (for instance, IoT, industrial, smart city, precision farming, energy management, traffic monitoring, environmental, healthcare, etc.), regarding the formulation, modeling, and composition of distributed services (service discovery, task allocation, task coordination, remote task communication, task migration, security, etc.) for WSNs, providing robustness; fault tolerance; security; QoS awareness; cost-efficiency; and the efficient use of underlying network resources, especially in heterogeneous environments.
This Special Issue encourages the submission of both review and original research articles related to the above-mentioned subjects.
Prof. Dr. Stavros Koubias
Dr. Christos Antonopoulos
Dr. John Gialelis
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- Wireless sensor and actor networks
- modeling and composition of distributed services
- fault tolerance
- state-of- the art applications