Special Issue "Machine Learning Models for Wireless Network Monitoring and Data Analysis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2019
Machine learning has been extensively studied for data analysis of many domains, including wireless networking. Especially for 5G networks, mission-critical IoT service such as autonomous driving is expected to launch, where machine learning models are needed for communication, security, and resource management. This Special Issue is intended to provide a discussion of recent contributions on wireless network monitoring and data analysis based on machine learning as well as artificial intelligence.
Prof. Dr. Young-June Choi
Dr. Jing Jing Ma
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- Machine learning;
- Artificial intelligence;
- Network data analysis;
- Network management;
- Network security;
- Wireless communications.