Machine Learning in Mobile Computing and Wireless Sensor Networks

Call for Papers In recent years, we have witnessed a tremendous use of mobile and (tiny) sensor devices with its integration, adopted by several applications such as healthcare, agriculture, and ubiquitous monitoring and controls, especially prevalently used in Internet of Thing (IoT). Many of their key characteristics have made prevalent of their usages, self-containing and self-organization including multifunctional sensors, computing, and transmission logics with embedded storage and power supply. However, this self-characteristic comes with the limitation including severe power and rigid resources aside from other practical issues, mobility, unreliable sensor, frequent topology change, and precision. These unique characteristics pose considerable challenges, especially on the design of large-scale networks, for example, routing, clustering, MAC, location and deployment, and energy-efficient operations. The problems in different scenarios require different methods and algorithms to…


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