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Special Issue "Intelligent Computing, Networking, Security and Robustness in Internet of Things"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2019.
School of Computer Science and Technology, Tianjin University, China
Interests: Internet of Things; smart cities and intelligent transportation; social networks and mobile computing; big data and cloud computing
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Internet of Things (IoT) plays an important role in the current and future generation of information, network, and communication developing and applications. Smart IoT is an exciting emerging research field that has great potential to transform both our understanding of fundamental computer science principles and our standard of living. IoT is being employed in more and more areas making “Everything Smart”, such as smart home, smart city, intelligent transportation, environment monitoring, security systems, and advanced manufacturing.
The conferences of IEEE SmartIoT, Qshine and ICDH have been established as the primary venue for researchers and practitioners to disseminate exchange and discuss all recent advances related to Internet of Things, particularly for quality, experience, reliability, security, robustness, intelligent computing and networking.
This special issue is intended to collect recent research results that address key issues and topics related to Intelligent Computing, Networking, Security and Robustness in Internet of Things (Especially from IEEE SmartIoT 2018, ICDH 2018, Qshine 2017 and SmartIoT 2019).
Topics of interest include:
- Social networks, multimedia and mobile computing
- Smart cities and internet of vehicles
- Big data analysis, Machine learning and Evolutionary Computing
- Computer Vision and Image Processing
- Multimedia Signal Processing
- Quality-of-Service (QoS) provisioning: architectures, protocols, mechanisms
- Quality of Experience (QoE): user-perceived quality, cost-sensitive experience
- Reliability and Scalability: performance, adaptation, cognition, extensibility
- Security and Privacy: system/network security, user privacy
- Robustness: fault/disruption/disaster-tolerance, resilience, survivability
- Cross-Layer Design, Optimization and Implementation: spectrum/energy efficiency
- Social and Economic Perspectives: incentive, pricing, billing, governance
- New Applications and Communication Technologies: IoTs, cloud, smart grid, and SDN
Prof. Dr. Tie Qiu
Prof. Dr. Klaus Moessner
Prof. Dr. Chen Chen
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