Special Issue on Advanced Technologies in Communications, Networking

2020-03-18
  Theme: It is expected that in the future the number of devices and data inputs will scale from thousands to millions to billions, reaching Exa-scale dimensions, while the sensors and cameras onboard the various devices will increase in number and capabilities (e.g., resolution), further skyrocketing the volume of data produced. The challenges ahead cannot be handled by a single technology or a single domain (intra-datacenter, inter-datacenter, centralized cloud, distributed cloud/fog). Instead, synergies are required in the technologies, tools, techniques to be developed considering end-to-end operation and tackling issues related to resource deployment and orchestration, networking, security, application management and advanced analytics. With the rapid advent of various expanding research on wireless mobile networks, such as MANETs VANETs , CCNs , WSNs , and IoT etc , more and more smart mobile devices ( e.g . smart phones, smart -watches, smart -glasses, personal wearable communication devices and wearable healthcare devices, etc.) have been designed to adapt to the development of wireless mobile networks, which indicates that we are entering an era of smart society. By leveraging the wireless mobile networks, smart mobile devices can communicate with each other and exchange n anytime and information to perform the optimal control or display necessary information anywhere. Although there have been large numbers of research efforts relevant to this area, it is still necessary to address many challenges of wireless mobile networks by utilizing ongoing works. On in terms of energy consumption, radio resource On one hand, the efficient resource utilization, routing selection etc., is still a big challenge in wireless mobile networks. On the other hand, the deployment of exiting wireless mobile networks lacks appropriate monitoring, response sms and cognitive ability etc. Therefore, building “advanced” wireless mobile networks mechanic with the features of intelligent and cooperative communication, cross -layer optimization, and security -e solved.  The aim of guarantee etc. has become an utmost important and urgent task to bthis special issue is to motivate researchers to publish their latest research, up - to - date issues, and challenges in the field of wireless mobile networks. Scopes networks challenges in the field of wireless mobile proposed submissions should be original and unpublished. Potential topics include, but are not limited to: ·         Wireless Sensor and Actor Networks, Ad hoc and Opportunistic Networks ·         Vehicular Networks ·          Trust, security, and privacy in wireless mobile networks ·          Data storage, data centers and cloud computing in wireless mobile networks ·          Content centric networking ·         Mobility management and modeling in wireless mobile networks ·         Wireless applications, mobile e - commerce , multimedia ·         Wireless network architectures ·         Virtualization  High performance network ·         Multipath communication over wireless mobile ·         Cryptography and Information   Guest Editors  Dr. Osamah Ibrahim Khalaf Al-Nahrain University, Iraq usama.ibrahem@coie-nahrain.edu.iq usama81818@gmail.com   Dr. Jesús Hamilton Ortiz.PhD Universidad Castilla La Mancha jesushamilton.ortiz@gmail.com     Dr. Kingsley A. Ogudo  University of Johannesburg, South Africa kingsleyo@uj.ac.za   Submission Deadline: September 15, 2020 Initial Acceptance: October 15, 2020 Revised Paper Submission: November 15, 2020 Final Acceptance: December 15, 2020 All submissions are only through the website: www.mjee.org There is no charge for paper submission.