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ETACMOS 2014 : Special Issue on emerging trends in adaptive computation for mobiquitous systems

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Submission Deadline Mar 15, 2014
Notification Due Sep 1, 2014
 

Call For Papers

Journal of Computer Science

The future is in networked embedded systems. This affirmation is based on the principle that networked embedded systems will make possible the development of more intelligent living, work, entertainment, energy production systems and transport environments. It is estimated that the number of networked smart objects on a planetary scale will increase beyond 20 billion units by 2020, thus promoting the emergence of a new type of network with ubiquitous nature called Internet of Things (IoT). As can be foreseen, no system in the future will run in isolation. IoT systems will be composed of myriads of computers, small devices, smart sensors, and conventional computers ranging from laptops to servers, being inter-connected by fixed and/or wireless networks. Such systems will constitute an essential fabric of our society, as already witnessed by the dependence placed on current computing systems for almost all of our life activities. Among other specific features, what makes mobile and ubiquitous systems different and interesting from a research viewpoint is the interaction between mobile users, applications and devices and the intrinsic need of adaptation to changes in dynamic execution environments.

Authors are invited to submit original papers on the research and practice of creating, validating, deploying, and maintaining mobiquitous systems. Areas addressed by the special issue include systems, applications, social networks, middleware, networking, data management and services, all with special focus on adaptive mobility and ubiquitous
computing.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
1. Architectures, systems and applications
2. Wearable computing
3. Personal area networks
4. Wireless Internet access in ubiquitous systems
5. Ad hoc and sensor network support for ubiquitous computing
6. Biometric authentication (speech, video kinetic, tactile)
7. Reconfigurability and customisation
8. Security and privacy
9. Dependability and resilience
10. Social networks
11. LBS: information discovery and matching
12. Context- and location-aware applications and services
13. Toolkits, testbed, development environments, and languages for ubiquitous computing
14. Energy efficient in communications and networking
15. Energy efficient algorithms
16. Models and simulation
17. Real-world experiences
18. Evaluation and assessment methodologies

Such considerations are of prime importance in the context of emerging trends in adaptive computation for mobiquitous
systems. The ambition and mission of this special issue is to put them on the foreground.

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