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>> **
>>
>> *Call for Book Chapters***
>>
>> *“Intelligent Wireless Communications”*
>>
>> *Indexed by Scopus***
>>
>> */Editors:/*
>>
>> *George Mastorakis, Hellenic Mediterranean University, Greece*
>>
>> *Constandinos X. Mavromoustakis, University of Nicosia, Cyprus*
>>
>> *Jordi Mongay Batalla, National Institute of Telecommunications and 
>> Warsaw University of Technology, Poland*
>>
>> *Evangelos Pallis, Hellenic Mediterranean University, Greece
>> *
>>
>> **
>>
>> The incredible growth of wireless communication technologies has led 
>> to the research in both academia and industry for intelligent 
>> technologies to satisfy future users’ requirements. Artificial 
>> Intelligence (AI) will play a crucial role in wireless communication 
>> environments, enabling for smarter services, applications, business 
>> processes and social interaction. AI mechanisms applied in wireless 
>> communication can be exploited in smart networking applications and 
>> intelligent networks, by providing insights from collected data. This 
>> capability will enable the identification of patterns and allow 
>> operational predictions with higher accuracy in small time periods. 
>> The future of AI-powered wireless networking infrastructures depends 
>> on the effective solutions to a number of technical challenges that 
>> such paradigms introduce. Challenges include intelligent sensor 
>> capabilities improvement, smart Big Data analytics, automated remote 
>> data management, as well as open and secure composition of processes, 
>> which may be implemented into emerging AI-enabled wireless networking 
>> architectures. Some initiatives try to incorporate Artificial 
>> Intelligence schemes in wireless communications environments, but new 
>> frameworks have to be defined. In fact, the approach of wireless 
>> communications is to find the potential benefits of AI, in order to 
>> build extensive ecosystems, for increasing the number of automated 
>> services and their value. In addition, new wireless communication 
>> systems will become ever-more demanding, in respect to performance 
>> requirements and AI can be exploited towards alleviating many future 
>> challenges. Therefore, it will be important to investigate issues in 
>> respect to AI applicability to optimize wireless communication 
>> systems performance.
>>
>> In this respect, this book aims to gather recent research works in 
>> emerging Artificial Intelligence methods for processing and storing 
>> data, generated from wireless communication infrastructures. The 
>> major subjects of the proposed book will cover the analysis and the 
>> development of AI-powered mechanisms in future wireless networking 
>> applications and architectures. As the first book of its kind, it 
>> will address the major new technological developments in the field 
>> and will reflect current research trends, as well as industry needs. 
>> It will comprise of a good balance between theoretical and practical 
>> issues, covering case studies, experience and evaluation reports and 
>> best practices, in utilizing AI applications in wireless 
>> communication networks. It will also provide technical/scientific 
>> information about various aspects of AI technologies, ranging from 
>> basic concepts to research grade material, including future directions.
>>
>> Topics of interest include but are /_not limited_/ to:
>>
>> ·Algorithm optimization for intelligent wireless and mobile applications
>>
>> ·Intelligent Big Data analytics
>>
>> ·IoT with deep learning schemes
>>
>> ·Web intelligence applications and search
>>
>> ·AI-enabled cloud computing
>>
>> ·Context-aware intelligent wireless communications
>>
>> ·Intelligent data mining and knowledge discovery
>>
>> ·Deep-learning network approaches for wireless system applications 
>> and services.
>>
>> ·Distributed intelligent systems
>>
>> ·Machine-learning algorithms for wireless communication technologies
>>
>> ·Applications of AI for 5G resource management
>>
>> ·Intelligent edge-based mobile computing and analysis
>>
>> ·Embedded Intelligence
>>
>> ·Intelligent social media analytics
>>
>> ·Intelligent web systems
>>
>> ·Self-Organizing intelligent systems
>>
>> ·Smart cities and AI applications
>>
>> ·Evaluation of AI solutions in wireless communications
>>
>> ·AI and IoT applications
>>
>> ·Adaptive content in intelligent services provision
>>
>> ·Crowd-sensing and AI
>>
>> ·Social crowd-based filtering using AI techniques
>>
>> ·AI in all sort of wireless communications
>>
>> ·Social computing and intelligent IoT
>>
>> ·Intelligent sensors
>>
>> ·Mobile smart social networks
>>
>> ·Security, privacy and trust by design and performance evaluation
>>
>> ·Mobility, location, and handoff management in smart environments
>>
>> ·Multimedia QoS, and traffic management in intelligent networks
>>
>> ·Multiple access in machine-to-machine communication
>>
>> ·Intelligent network estimation techniques
>>
>> ·AI-based schemes for wireless emergency communication networks
>>
>> ·Applications of AI for 5G+ wireless transmission technologies
>>
>> /We strongly welcome _other topic suggestions,_ dealing with//Cloud 
>> and Fog Computing in emerging mobile computing environments./
>>
>>
>>     _Schedule & Deadlines_
>>
>> ·*_1^st October 2019_*
>> Chapter title, authors and abstract via E-mail: [log in to unmask] 
>> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
>>
>> ·*_31^st January 2020_*
>> Full chapter submission via e-mail: [log in to unmask] 
>> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
>>
>> ·*_31^st March 2020_*
>> Review comments
>>
>> ·*_30^th April 2020_*
>> Submission of the revised version
>>
>> ·*_31^st May 2020_*
>> Final acceptance notification
>>
>>
>>     _Manuscript Preparation_
>>
>> ·Please follow the manuscript formatting guidelines below to submit 
>> the original version in */Microsoft Word/* format:
>>
>> http://www.cs.unic.ac.cy/cmavrom/IETBook/AuthorGuidev1.0.pdf
>>
>> ·Each final manuscript should be 30 pages long (formatted). Depending 
>> on the number of submissions, longer manuscripts will be also accepted.
>>

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