Call for Book chapters
Our future society will be increasingly digitized, hyper-connected and globally data driven. Mobile communication technologies are expected to progress far beyond anything seen so far in wireless-enabled applications, making everyday lives smoother and safer and dramatically improving the efficiency of businesses. As fifth generation (5G) research is maturing towards a global standard, we in the research community must focus on the development of beyond-5G solutions and the 2030 era, that is, 6G, and beyond. It is not clear yet what 6G will entail. It will undoubtedly include relevant technologies considered too immature for 5G or which are outside the defined scope of 5G. More specifically, the way in which data is collected, processed, transmitted and consumed within the wireless network will be a key driver for 6G. Enabling this vision requires addressing a myriad of theoretical and practical challenges. These next-generation wireless networks must support ultra-reliable, low-latency communication and intelligently manage a massive number of Internet of Things, or even Internet of Everything and Future internet of Everything devices in real-time, within a highly dynamic environment. At the same time, the generation and consumption of wireless data are becoming increasingly distributed with an ongoing paradigm shift from people-centric to machine-oriented communications, making the operation of future wireless networks even more complex. This need for stringent communication quality-of-service requirements as well as mobile edge and core intelligence can only be realized by integrating fundamental notions of artificial intelligence and deep learning across the wireless infrastructure and end-user devices, where systematic exploitation of the big data dramatically helps in making the system smart, intelligent, and facilitates efficient as well as cost-effective operation and optimization. Enabling the vision requires addressing a myriad of theoretical and practical challenges.
5G mobile communication is still in a nascent stage and on account of carriers proceeding cautiously with this technology, its potential has not yet been fully realized. We are yet to see just how 5G itself can provide lightning-fast connectivity, affording a world of close to zero-lag that would permit surgeons to perform surgery with the aid of robotics from across the world, and live sports events projected in holograms, untethered virtual reality streaming, which are just three examples of the possibilities among a raft of next-generation use cases. But that is not stopping futurist researchers already identifying limitations and exploring what the next iterative phase will hold. Logic suggests that 6G will offer further extreme reductions in latency and ever-faster downloads speeds - potentially reaching 1 terabit/second, an outstanding jump from the 20 gigabits that 5G offers to date. We will thus be calling for highly innovative, state-of-the-art contributions in the form of original papers in all areas related to 6G research where authors would investigate artificial intelligence-enabled sixth generation (6G) wireless networks. Scholars will be expected to discuss the emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, terahertz communications, optical wireless technology, free space optic network, blockchain, three-dimensional networking, quantum communications, unmanned aerial vehicle, cell-free communications, integration of wireless information and energy transfer, integration of sensing and communication, integration of access-backhaul networks, dynamic network slicing, holographic beamforming, and big data analytics that can assist the 6G architecture development in guaranteeing the quality of service. The potential applications should be associated with the requirements and the possible technologies for 6G communication, which would include the possible challenges and research directions to reach this goal.
The potential of artificial intelligence and wireless networks is impacting all sectors, from healthcare to energy and transport, from finance and insurance to retail. It has assumed a pervasive ubiquitous macrocosm, and its positive transformational potential has already been acknowledged in multitudinous key sectors. It has as objective to amalgamate data owners, data analysts, skilled data professionals, cloud service providers, companies from industry, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, research institutions and universities and will be useful to participants from both the industry and academia working in all the domains of big data, artificial intelligence, robotics and engineering, but all other target audience includes: * Researchers, * Scientists, * City planners, * Future Policy Makers, * Professionals in the finance sector, * Smart Innovators, * Space Science Engineers, * Mechanical Engineers, * Electrical Engineers, * Computer Science Engineers, * Information Technology Experts, * Robotic Technologist, * Design Engineers, * Law Professionals, * Gaming professionals, * Automation Industry Leaders, * Health Care Service Providers, * Defense Research Professionals, * Automation Industry Leaders, * Managers and Business Intelligence Experts, * Advertising and Promotion Agency Executives, * Professionals in media sector, * Academics, * Students, * R and D leaders, * Entrepreneurs, * Innovation peers.
Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit on or before January 22, 2020, a chapter proposal of 1,000 to 2,000 words clearly explaining the mission and concerns of their proposed chapter. Authors will be notified by February 05, 2020 about the status of their proposals and sent chapter guidelines. Full chapters are expected to be submitted by May 21, 2020, and all interested authors must consult the guidelines for manuscript submissions at http://www.igi-global.com/publish/contributor-resources/before-you-write/ prior to submission. All manuscripts are accepted based on a double-blind peer review editorial process and must be original and may not be under review by another publication. Papers must follow APA style for reference citations. Contributors may also be requested to serve as reviewers for this project. Note: There are no submission or acceptance fees for manuscripts submitted to this book publication. All proposals should be submitted through the eEditorial Discovery®TM online submission manager.
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