Call for Papers

Mobile Information System (MIS)
SPECIAL ISSUE ON

Mobile and Wireless Networks

http://www.iospress.nl/loadtop/load.php?isbn=1574017x

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Overview

Recent advances in wireless and mobile computing technologies have led to a new paradigm of computing by providing a lot of services and functionalities. Wireless technologies allow a wide spectrum of devices including laptops, PDA, intellectual sensors, and cellular phones to exchange and process information. To fulfill the potential for new services, applications and businesses offered by new computing and communication capabilities, several complex research issues need to be further studied and resolved. For example, in order to guarantee the performance requirements from applications in heterogeneous Wireless and Mobile Networks (MWNets), we need to develop new techniques for communication, QoS support, middleware, data management, etc. Also, information exchange among unconstrained entities (e.g. people, server, etc) need security mechanisms to guarantee data confidentiality and integrity and protect services from unauthorized use. This special issue solicits papers on various kinds of technologies in MWNets.

 

Topics

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following scope: 

 

Important Dates

Submission

Authors whose papers have been accepted and presented at CISIS 2009 and its workshops, are invited to submit their extended versions to this special issue. Due to the copyrights problem, the submitted manuscripts should have at least 30% difference from their conference version.

 

Authors should follow the Style and Author Guidelines for regular submissions to Mobile Information Systems. (http://www.iospress.nl/html/1574017x_ita.html)

 

Please directly submit your manuscript in the pdf format to the Guest Editor, Prof. Ilsun You, at ilsunu@gmail.com.

 

Guest Editors

Prof. Ilsun You (Korean Bible University, South Korea, ilsunu@gmail.com)

Prof. Takahiro Hara (Osaka University, Japan, hara@ist.osaka-u.ac.jp)

 

Contact

For further information regarding the special issue, please contact the guest editors.