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Intelligent Data Sensing, Collection and Dissemination in Mobile Computing

Submission Deadline: 15 October 2019

Submission Deadline: 15 October 2019

IEEE Access invites manuscript submissions in the area of Intelligent Data Sensing, Collection and Dissemination in Mobile Computing.

With the application of mobile computing, there could be more intelligent ways to sense and collect data, and to reduce the workload of participants. In addition, the scale of data sensing, collection and dissemination could increase. Mobile computing makes full use of various sensing devices, such as smart phones, wireless body sensors, smart sensing devices in manufacturing, and smart meters. These devices, which sense and collect data (on the order of zettabytes in the near future), together with the computing power of mobile devices, develop a new paradigm to data sensing, collection and dissemination. Mobile Computing has emerged as a prospective computing paradigm to pave the way to pervasive computing for mobile and big-data applications.

To ensure intelligent data sensing, data collection and data processing based on mobile computing over the pervasive computing environment, there are some fundamental challenges. Many open issues remain unresolved, such as how to achieve the expected performance for intelligent data sensing, data collection, data processing, and how to ensure the data quality, data reliability, information security and privacy in data collection/dissemination with intelligence. Other relevant aspects should also be studied, such as the computation cost, the platform, tools, service discovery, data management, and analytics for intelligent data collection and dissemination. These unresolved issues have been major research hotspots for many researchers since they are critical to ensuring rigid and efficient applications for intelligent data sensing, collection and dissemination in mobile computing.

To tackle the above issues and challenges, this Special Section in IEEE Access will present innovative solutions and recent advances in the domain of intelligent data sensing, collection and dissemination in mobile computing, which will provide a guide for the application and future research of mobile computing.

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Science and foundations for computing-based intelligent sensing and data collection/dissemination, including theoretical, computational models, and new standards
  • Application of intelligent data sensing, collection and dissemination based mobile computing Infrastructures, platforms and system architectures to support mobile computing-based sensing and data collection/dissemination
  • Algorithms, schemes and techniques in mobile computing-based intelligent data sensing, data collection/dissemination to provide high performance
  • Infrastructures to support dependable, secure and safe mobile computing-based intelligent sensing and data collection/dissemination
  • Simulating and emulating environments as well as experimental results on mobile edge computing- based intelligent sensing and data collection/dissemination
  • Complexity for mobile computing of intelligent sensing and data collection/dissemination
  • Mobile-computing-based intelligent sensing and data collection/dissemination in the cloud
  • Large-scale data analysis in mobile computing-based intelligent sensing and data collection/ dissemination
  • Scalable data and resource management
  • Knowledge and service discovery in mobile computing-based sensing and data collection/ dissemination with intelligence
  • Business and societal applications of intelligent sensing and data collection/dissemination in mobile computing
  • Challenges and issues of intelligent sensing and data collection/dissemination in mobile computing
  • Other techniques in mobile computing-based intelligent sensing and data collection/dissemination, e.g., intelligent crowd sensing, social networking, and vehicular communications

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Associate Editor:  Xuxun Liu, South China University of Technology, China

Guest Editors:

  1. Anfeng Liu, Central South University, China
  2. John Tadrous, Gonzaga University, USA
  3. Ligang He, University of Warwick, UK
  4. Bo Ji, Temple University, USA
  5. Zhongming Zheng, Ericsson Canada Inc, Canada

 

Relevant IEEE Access Special Sections:

  1. Mobile Edge Computing
  2. Recent Advances in Computational Intelligence Paradigms for Security and Privacy for Fog and Mobile Edge Computing
  3. Trusted Computing


IEEE Access Editor-in-Chief:
  Prof. Derek Abbott, University of Adelaide

Paper submission: Contact Associate Editor and submit manuscript to:
http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ieee-access

For inquiries regarding this Special Section, please contact: liuxuxun@scut.edu.cn.