... Smart networks : IFIP TC6/WG6.7 seventh International Conference on Intelligence in Networks (SmartNet 2002), April 8-10, 2002, Saariselkä, Lapland, Finland) / edited by Olli Martikainen, Kimmo Raatikainen, Jenni Hyvärinen. p. cm.
Author: Olli Martikainen
Smart Networks comprises the proceedings of Smartnet'2002, the seventh conference on Intelligence in Networks, which was sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and organized by Working Group 6.7. It was held in Saariselkä, Finland, in April 2002. The conference series closely reflects the developments in networking.
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Author: Melanie Swan
Publisher: World Scientific
Quantum information and contemporary smart network domains are so large and complex as to be beyond the reach of current research approaches. Hence, new theories are needed for their understanding and control. Physics is implicated as smart networks are physical systems comprised of particle-many items interacting and reaching criticality and emergence across volumes of macroscopic and microscopic states. Methods are integrated from statistical physics, information theory, and computer science. Statistical neural field theory and the AdS/CFT correspondence are employed to derive a smart network field theory (SNFT) and a smart network quantum field theory (SNQFT) for the orchestration of smart network systems. Specifically, a smart network field theory (conventional or quantum) is a field theory for the organization of particle-many systems from a characterization, control, criticality, and novelty emergence perspective.This book provides insight as to how quantum information science as a paradigm shift in computing may influence other high-impact digital transformation technologies, such as blockchain and machine learning. Smart networks refer to the idea that the internet is no longer simply a communications network, but rather a computing platform. The trajectory is that of communications networks becoming computing networks (with self-executing code), and perhaps ultimately quantum computing networks. Smart network technologies are conceived as autonomous self-operating computing networks. This includes blockchain economies, deep learning neural networks, autonomous supply chains, self-piloting driving fleets, unmanned aerial vehicles, industrial robotics cloudminds, real-time bidding for advertising, high-frequency trading networks, smart city IoT sensors, and the quantum internet.
Dorsch, N., Kurtz, F., Dalhues, S., Robitzky, L., Häger, U., Wietfeld, C.: Intertwined: Software-defined communication networks for multi-agent system-based smart grid control. In: IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid ...
Author: Imen Jemili
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Distributed Computing for Emerging Smart Networks, DiCES-N 2020, held in Bizerte, Tunisia, in December 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the conference was held online. The 8 full papers included in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers are organized in the following topical sections: intelligent transportation systems; emerging networking technologies; artificial intelligence and internet of things.
Eventually the theory should promote improved business efficiency of such networks and should enable the expansion of business networks to much larger sizes. This paper aims to contribute to the theory of smart business networks.
Author: Peter H.M. Vervest
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Business & Economics
Scientists from management and strategy, information systems, engineering and telecommunications have discussed a novel concept: Smart Business Networks. They see the future as a developing web of people and organizations, bound together in a dynamic and unpredictable way, creating smart outcomes from quickly (re-)configuring links between actors. The question is: What should be done to make the outcomes of such a network 'smart', that is, just a little better than that of your competitor? More agile, with less pain, with more return to all the members of the network, now and over time? The technical answer is to create a 'business operating system' that should run business processes on different organisational platforms. Business processes would become portable: The end-to-end management of processes running across many different organizations in many different forms would become possible. This book presents you the outcomes of an energizing and new direction in management science.
A wireless sensor network can be described as a network of nodes that can sense and control the environment; ... The different features and characteristics of Smart sensor networks such as (low power computing and calculation, ...
Author: Maleh, Yassine
Publisher: IGI Global
Security and privacy protection within computer networks can be a challenge. By examining the current problems and challenges this domain is facing, more efficient strategies can be established to safeguard personal information against invasive pressures. Security and Privacy in Smart Sensor Networks is a critical scholarly resource that examines recent developments and emerging trends in smart sensor security and privacy by providing new models, practical solutions, and technological advances related to security. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as cloud security, encryption, and intrusion detection systems, this book is geared towards academicians, engineers, IT specialists, researchers, and students seeking current research on authentication and intrusion detection.
A new, integrated network architecture is required, one that will carry traffic from all applications while ... power companies on transforming their existing communication networks to meet the challenges of Smart Grid evolution.
Author: Kenneth C. Budka
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book presents an application-centric approach to the development of smart grid communication architecture. The coverage includes in-depth reviews of such cutting-edge applications as advanced metering infrastructure, distribution automation, demand response and synchrophasors. Features: examines a range of exciting utility applications made possible through smart grid evolution; describes the core-edge network architecture for smart grids, introducing the concept of WANs and FANs; explains how the network design paradigm for smart grids differs from that for more established data networks, and discusses network security in smart grids; provides an overview of communication network technologies for WANs and FANs, covering OPGW, PLC, and LTE and MPLS technology; investigates secure data-centric data management and data analytics for smart grids; discusses the transformation of a network from conventional modes of utility operation to an integrated network based on the smart grid architecture framework.
In this book, we exploit the notion of cognition in the sense of smart networks to gather useful context both in the network and the terminal side in order to promote effective use of battery resources. Toward this end, Chap.
Author: Ayman Radwan
Category: Technology & Engineering
This book addresses current technology trends and requirements leading towards the next era in mobile communication handsets; and beyond that the book proposes innovative solutions that could be candidate solutions for 5G phones. It adopts a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary stance towards handset design, a necessary ingredient if 5th Generation handset and services are to really take-off. Therefore the scope of the book targets a broad range of subjects, including energy efficiency, RF design, cooperation, context-aware systems, roaming, and short-range networking, all of which working in synergy to provide seamless mobility and high speed connectivity within a HetNet environment. Specifically, the authors investigate how we can exploit the cooperation paradigm and context-aware mechanism working in synergy to provide energy compliant phones that can introduce power savings of up to 50% on state-of-the-art. Going beyond this, a chapter on business modeling approaches is also included, based on incentive mechanisms for cooperation that will provide the necessary leverage to promote the up-take of the proposed technology.
Smart matrices are quickly advancing toward frameworks that empower circulated knowledge. There is an inactivity pecking order in ... G They are empowering smart networks to become stages for advancement. Making smart framework function ...
Author: B.D. Deebak
Publisher: Academic Press
Sustainable Networks in Smart Grid presents global challenges in smart metering with renewable energy resources, micro-grid design, communication technologies, big data, privacy and security in the smart grid. Providing an overview of different available PLC technologies and configurations and their applications in different sectors, this book provides case studies and practical implementation details of smart grid technology, paying special attention to Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) scenarios with the presence of Distribution Grid (DG) and Electric Vehicles (EV). Covering regulatory policies for energy storage, management strategies for microgrid operation, and key performance indicators for smart grid development, this reference compiles up-to-date information on different aspects of the Internet of Smart Metering. In addition, innovative contributions on Data Analytics, Energy Theft Detection, Data-Driven Framework, Blockchain–IoT-enabled Sensor Networks, and Smart Contacts in the Blockchain are also included. Includes case studies and practical implementation examples of different smart grid applications, their benefits, characteristics and requirements Provides a SWOT analysis of the impact of recent regulatory changes on the business case for energy storage (ES) Presents a comprehensive survey of privacy-preserving schemes for smart grid communications
Future Internet-related topics include ten research topics, such as Smart Networks and Novel Internet Architecture, Future Internet Research and Experimentation (FIRE+), Integrating Experiments and Facilities ...
Author: Hongke Zhang
This book introduces a promising design for future Internet, the Smart Collaborative Identifier NETwork (SINET). By examining cutting-edge research from around the world, it is the first book to provide a comprehensive survey of SINET, including its basic theories and principles, a broad range of architectures, protocols, standards, and future research directions. For further investigation, the book also provides readers an experimental analysis of SINET to promote further, independent research. The second part of the book presents in detail key technologies in SINET such as scalable routing, efficient mapping systems, mobility management and security issues. In turn, the last part presents various implementations of SINET, assessing its merits. The authors believe SINET will greatly benefit researchers involved in designing future Internet thanks to its high degree of flexibility, security, manageability, mobility support and efficient resource utilization.
The IoT represents the logical evolution in mobile, big data, cloud and smarter networks: • Mobile: Mobile is becoming ... IoT systems require systems to scale quickly and autonomously • Smart Networks: Networks must enable trillions of ...
Author: Sergey Balandin
This book constitutes the joint refereed proceedings of the 13 International Conference on Next Generation Teletraffic and Wired/Wireless Advanced Networking, NEW2AN, and the 6th Conference on Internet of Things and Smart Spaces, ruSMART 2013, held in St. Petersburg, Russia, in August 2013. The total of 38 papers was carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in this book. The 14 papers selected from ruSMART are organized in topical sections named: internet on things, smart spaces technologies; and smart systems. The 24 papers from NEW2AN deal with the following topics: performance and efficiency analysis, network and transport layer issues; cognitive radio networks; sensor and mesh networks; upper layer protocols and applications; ad-hoc, cellular and satellite networks.