Special Issue "Context-Aware Computing Based on Mobile Sensing"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2021).
Interests: Distributed systems; Adaptive systems; Multi-Robot-Systems; Socio-technical Design
Interests: Ubiquitous systems; Self-Adaptation; Mobile crowdsourcing; Privacy Awareness
Recent advancements in mobile and ubiquitous computing have enabled the development of novel, context-aware computing applications. Additionally, the fusion of inexpensive and widely available hardware with advances in artificial intelligence have made practical context-aware computing widely accessible, e.g., in the form of intelligent assistants, smart thermostats, and mobile app-embedded functionality. This Special Issue examines the state of the art in context-aware computing and also takes a look into the future, focusing on technologies and applications that are envisioned to advance the sector even further.
The potential topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Data sensing and data management for context-aware computing
- Algorithms for data processing and inferring in context-aware computing
- Theory, models, and algorithms for context-aware computing
- Software engineering models, methods, and tools for context-aware computing
- Context-aware mobile and ubiquitous computing
- Context-aware IoT systems
- Context-awareness in autonomous systems/robotics
- Context-aware computing in smart cities
- Edge-/fog-/cloud-based architectures for enabling context-aware computing
- Context-aware adaptive systems
- Context recognition and context prediction
- Context fusion/alignment
- Crowdsourcing platforms for context retrieval
- Machine learning and artificial intelligence in context-aware computing
- Indoor and outdoor positioning systems
- Applications of context-aware computing
- Novel sources and datasets of context data
- Privacy and security concerns for context-aware computing
- Socio-technical concerns, ethics, and responsible design in context-aware computing applications
Prof. Dr. Kurt Geihs
Prof. Dr. Romain Rouvoy
Dr. Nearchos Paspallis
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- mobile computing
- ubiquitous computing
- context recognition
- context sensing
- context processing
- context prediction
- context-aware applications