Special Issue "Sensor Data Processing, Privacy and Security Challenges for Internet of Things"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2020).
Interests: network security; cloud/fog data centers; mathematical optimization; artificial intelligence; machine learning algorithms; wireless sensor network
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The Internet of Things is a new paradigm that is revolutionizing the world of computing; billions of objects will be connected to the Internet, which is a very powerful tool for marketers to better understand the market and increase the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. With the advent of crowdsourcing, companies are increasingly opting for a collaborative approach to better present their products and monitor people;s consumer habits (e.g., Amazon’s Alexa), but with the large amount of data sent by its connected terminals, the problem of collecting, storing, analyzing, and retrieving these data to better orient their marketing strategy arises. In the context of these trends, the forthcoming Special Issue will address significant issues in the field of Internet of Things, blockchain, and crowdsourcing applications using artificial intelligence or heuristic strategies. Potential topics for this Special Issue may include but are not limited to:
- Ambient intelligence;
- Smart environments (cities, transport, homes, farms, and health facilities);
- Smart vehicles;
- Smart Cities and IoT;
- Blockchain in IoT;
- Internet of medical things;
- IoT for eHealth, elderly, and aging;
- IoT sensors for smart eHealth devices;
- Hybrid for Internet of Vehicles;
- Drone–IoT-integrated networks;
- Cyber-physical systems and IoT;
- Wireless body area and sensor networks;
- IoT RFID radio frequency identification;
- Low-power and lossy networks;
- IoT-aided robotics applications and IoT-enabled flying ad hoc networks in smart agriculture;
- Distributed artificial intelligence methods in IoT;
- Adaptive privacy, trust and security solutions for IoTs;
- Machine learning methods in IoT.
Dr. Mohammad Shojafar
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- Internet of Things
- Smart technologies
- Machine learning
- Big data applications
- Cyber threat intelligence
- Sensor network security