Joachim Walewski: Special Issue - Intelligent Internet of Things

8/04/2013 - 15:31


CFP: "The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming an attractive paradigm to realize interactions among ubiquitous things in the physical, cyber, and social spaces. In the IoT, the ubiquitous things are assigned with the capability of comprehensive perception, reliable information transmission, and smart processing, in which intelligence becomes a significant feature and should be highlighted.
The intelligent IoT enables distributed intelligent devices (e.g., sensors, actuator, and data centers) to play novel roles as smart data acquisition, advanced information extraction, self-adaptive control manipulation, reliable transmission, and intelligent decision support and services. The success of intelligent IoT highly depends on the system architectures, networks and communications, data processing and ubiquitous computing technologies, which support efficient and reliable physical and cyber interconnections. In addition to the handling of huge sensed data, physical infrastructures, interfaces/middleware, and application services are required to support intelligent management and other business related activities, including clouding computing, big data, semantic web, knowledge coordination, and social computing. Due to the challenging open issues, intelligent IoT deserves academic attentions from the diverse aspects of information, network, management technologies, and society science.
This special issue intends to present innovative and significant research papers on the design, analysis, implementation, and evaluation of intelligent IoT and related supporting technologies. It will cover a number of related topics, and demonstrate pioneer work in this research area."