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*Call for Book Chapters***

*“Cloud and Fog Computing in 5G Mobile Networks: Emerging Advances and 


*Evangelos Markakis, Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Greece*

*George Mastorakis, Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Greece*

*Constandinos X. Mavromoustakis, University of Nicosia, Cyprus*

*Evangelos Pallis, Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Greece*


The book will present frameworks and schemes of Cloud and Fog paradigms 
for their proper exploitation in emerging mobile networking 
architectures. Topics such as Internet of Things, wireless sensor 
networks, Peer-to-Peer networks, Software Defined Networking and Network 
Function Virtualization schemes under the 5G mobile computing era will 
be covered, incorporating the latest technologies in the mobile devices 
and wireless networking systems. In addition, the scope of this book is 
to present other related paradigms for the 2020 timeframe on 5G mobile 
computing, including scalable types of connectivity services, in terms 
of higher bandwidth rates and network capacities, increased and reliable 
security schemes, lower latency techniques for delay-sensitive services 
provision and higher energy conservation for the mobile devices battery 
life. Evolving radio-access technologies (RATs), as well as new 5G 
access technologies will be included in the book as a part of flexible 
mobile computing systems. Support will exist for cross-domain 
integration and multi-RAT environments.

Topics of interest include but are /_not limited_/ to:

·Cloud computing schemes in emerging mobile networks

·Fog computing mechanisms in 5G mobile networks

·Frameworks for mobile devices to efficiently handle storage, 
computation and control issues

·Networking architectures for 5G mobile networks

·Emerging Mobile Peer-to-Peer networks and schemes

·Internet of Things in 5G mobile computing

·Emerging mobile computing and networking ecosystems

·Energy-efficient schemes in 5G mobile networks

·Mobile cloud computing schemes

·Resource management in 5G mobile networks

·Software-defined networking (SDN) in emerging mobile computing environments

·Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) in emerging mobile computing 

·Test-beds and prototypes of 5G mobile networking architectures

/We strongly welcome _other topic suggestions,_ dealing with//Cloud and 
Fog Computing in emerging mobile computing environments./

    _Schedule & Deadlines_

·*_1^st September 2015_**__*
Chapter proposal (max. 2-pages)/Intention to submit a chapter via 

·*_31^st October 2015_**__*
Full chapter submission via Easychair: 

·*_28^th February 2016_**__*
Review comments

·*_30^th April 2016_**__*
Submission of the revised version

·*_31^st May 2016_**__*
Final acceptance notification

    _Manuscript Preparation_

·Please follow the manuscript formatting guidelines below to submit the 
original version in */Microsoft Word/* or */LaTex/* format:




·Each final manuscript should be 20-25 pages long (formatted). Depending 
on the number of submissions, longer manuscripts will be also accepted.

·Submission via Easychair: 

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