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Special Issue "Internet of Things and Ubiquitous Sensing"
A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220). This special issue belongs to the section "Sensor Networks".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2018) | Viewed by 83596
Special Issue Editor
Interests: IoT; human-centric ubiquitous computing; information security; digital forensics; vehicular cloud computing; multimedia computing
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Special Issue Information
Rapid advances in the manufacturing of wireless sensor nodes have expanded the range of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) applications in Internet-of-Things (IoT) networks, such as monitoring and gathering information from public infrastructure, natural disaster relief, healthcare, smart homes, and industries. Ubiquitous Sensing (US) including WSN and various applications, offers significant advantages over traditional networks, and it brought a revolution in the perception of information by self-organizing, distributed, low cost and power. Many factors that may affect the design of US include, but not are limited to cost, power, topology, scalability, reliability, energy consumption, and operating environment. Meanwhile, computational intelligence (CI) is a source of artificial intelligence, and includes techniques such as deep learning, evolutionary algorithms, and fuzzy logic. To address challenges such as localization, optimal deployment, security, energy aware routing and task scheduling, and data aggregation and fusion, CI paradigms have been successfully used in recent years. In complex and dynamic US environments, CI provides adaptive mechanisms that exhibit intelligent behaviors. It offers flexibility, autonomous behavior, and robustness against topology changes, communication failures, and scenario changes.
This special issue expects innovative work to explore new frontiers and challenges in the field of IoT&US research, including optimal usage and management of energy resources, node deployment, applications and services in US for scalable IoT networks.
The particular topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- IoT architectures and framework
- Software defined network architecture integration with IoT
- Cloud and edge computing for IoT
- Embedded software and cyber physical system for IoT
- Device-to-Device communications for IoT
- Smart grid and smart factory in IoT
- Fault-tolerance in US
- Topology control and routing protocols for US
- Low-power, energy efficiency, and energy-harvesting in US
- Hybrid intelligent systems and applications for IoT&US
- Computational intelligence for IoT&US
- Deep learning algorithms for IoT&US
- Big data analytics and data-mining for IoT&US
- Security and privacy-preserving protocols for IoT&US
- Human-centric services and applications for IoT&US
- Integration of wireless sensor networks with smart city
Prof. Dr. Jong Hyuk Park
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- Internet-of-Things and SDN
- Ubiquitous sensing and WSN
- Computational intelligence and deep learning
- Sensing big data analytics
- IoT security and privacy
- Cloud and edge computing