Special Issue "New Technologies and Applications for Smart Interactive Cyber-Physical Systems"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2020.
Interests: sensor and actuator networks; mobile sensor networks; intelligent IoT and CPS systems; social network analysis
Interests: human–computer interaction; haptics; virtual reality; wearable computing
Interests: software defined networks; network function virtualization; quality of service; mobility support in heterogeneous networks
Interests: security; authentication; privacy; protocol analysis; blockchain; mobility management
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The recent technology convergence of sensor devices, networks, and communications has been creating new demands and opportunities for cyberphysical systems and their applications. In particular, the growing number of the heterogeneous sensor and actuator devices and the demanding networking systems of wired/wireless communications in cyberphysical systems have imposed several challenges in both traditional and new research issues. Moreover, human and nonhuman systems interact consistently and allow each to achieve a set of nontrivial technical goals. This Special Issue aims to gather recent advanced technologies and applications that address network protocol design, low latency networking, context-aware interaction, energy efficiency, resource management, security, human–robot interaction, assistive technology and robots, application development, and integration of multiple systems that support cyberphysical systems and smart interaction. Please note that only high-quality, original research papers that cover key issues and topics of smart interactive cyberphysical systems will be accepted for publication. Accordingly, this Special Issue will bring together the industry and academic people and highlight correct current and future directions in the areas.
Prof. Dr. Youn-Hee Han
Dr. Jin Ryong Kim
Dr. Hyon-Young Choi
Prof. Dr. Jong-Hyouk Lee
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Cyberphysical systems for human-centric applications
- Context management for interaction in cyberphysical systems
- Sensors management for interaction advanced (mobile) ubiquitous applications
- Sensor applications and middleware support
- Reasoning and learning techniques for interaction in smart spaces
- low latency and real-time communication
- Energy efficiency
- Sensors and wireless sensor networks for the Internet of Things
- Distributed sensing, actuation, control, and coordination
- Network resilience, fault-tolerance, and reliability
- Privacy, security and trust management
- Resource management
- Functional computation and data aggregation
- Distributed algorithms and network optimization
- Prototypes, testbeds, and real-world cyberphysical system