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The 1st International Workshop on Digital Twins for Next Generation Real-Time IoT Beyond 5G (DT4NG-IoT)
held in conjunction with the 26th International Symposium On Real-Time Distributed Computing, IEEE ISORC 2023, Nashville 23-25, 2023.
Digital twins, which are a virtual representation of real-world physical entities, have received significant interest from both the research and industrial communities.
Initially, the concept of twins was introduced by the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Apollo program in the 1970s, where virtual
replicas of space vehicles on Earth were built to mirror the condition of the equipment during the mission. Then, the concept of Digital Twin was introduced to John
Vickers by Michael Grieves in the Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) as a virtual instance (twin) of a physical system.
The main goal of this half day workshop is to address these challenges and present advanced and innovative tools, design and modeling techniques, and algorithms for diverse Real-Time Distributed IoT applications and services. Contributions addressing both theoretical and practical applications, including, but not limited to, the following topics, are welcome for submission:
Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished research papers. Papers must be written in English and strictly following IEEE style. The IEEE conference paper templates can be found here. Papers must be submitted in PDF format via the electronic submission system through the HotCRP system. All accepted paper will be indexed and published in the IEEE Explore repository.Two types of submissions are accepted:
Submitted papers will be evaluated according to their rigor, significance, originality, technical quality and exposition, by at least three distinct members of an international program committee. At least one author of each accepted paper must register and participate in the workshop. Registration is subject to the terms, conditions, and procedures of the main conference .
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