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Special Issue "Intelligent Wireless Technologies for Future Sensor Networks"
A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220). This special issue belongs to the section "Sensor Networks".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2021) | Viewed by 23916
Special Issue Editor
Interests: wireless communication; sensor network; cognitive radio; tactile internet; machine learning and IoT
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Special Issue Information
Dynamically and efficiently allocating resources to meet the need for diversity in various services gives rise to intelligent wireless technologies. They enable the wireless systems to perceive and estimate the available resources and autonomously adapt to the wireless environment, and to reconfigure itself to maximize resource utilization.
As a promising machine learning, deep learning (DL) is becoming a powerful method to add intelligence to wireless networks. Cognitive technology, covering spectrum sensing, and access approaches can enhance spectrum utilization and reduce energy consumption. The perception capability and reconfigurability are essential elements for the cognitive technology and machine learning techniques provide effectiveness for adaptation in wireless communication.
This Special Issue anticipates state-of-the-art technologies for the cognitive technology and machine learning techniques for the future wireless sensor networks, covering new research results with a wide range of ingredients within the intelligent wireless technologies for future sensor networks.
Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:
- Ultra-reliable and low-latency sensor networks
- AI or machine learning-based intelligent sensor networks
- Applications and protocols using optical wireless communication
- Energy-efficient system and network design for various applications
- Multiple access schemes considering energy consumption and delay constraints
- Cooperative haptic sensor networks for the tactile Internet
- Sensor network optimization using machine learning and game-theoretic approaches
- Sensor Networks in 5G/B5G networks (URLLC and mMTC)
- Cognitive Radio Sensor Networks
- Security and privacy for sensor networks
- Sensors and hardware for sensor networks
- Resource management, edge computing, and network slicing for efficient sensor networks
- Sensor networks for mission-critical applications
- Other related issues.
Prof. Hyung Seok Kim
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- Sensor networks
- Artificial intelligence
- Machine learning
- Cognitive radio
- Tactile internet