The anyplace/any time/any means vision of ubiquitous computing has explosive impact on academics, industry, government and daily life. Following ubiquitous computers and networks, is a road towards ubiquitous intelligence, i.e., computational intelligence pervasion in both the physical world and the cyber world. Such right place/right time/right means vision of ubiquitous intelligence will greatly reform our world to create a smart world filled with a variety of embedded intelligence or smart real and virtual things ranging from software to hardware, from man-made artifacts to natural objects, from everyday appliances to sophisticated systems, etc.
The International Journal of Ubiquitous Computing (IJUC) is a peer review and open access International journal that includes all aspects related to ubiquitous computing and ubiquitous intelligence as well as the smart world, with emphasis on methodologies, models, semantics, awareness, architectures, middleware, tools, designs, implementations, experiments, evaluations, and non-technical but crucial factors in the practical applications of ubiquitous computing and intelligence related to economics, society, culture, ethics and so on. IJUC provides an International forum to report, discuss and exchange experimental or theoretical results, novel designs, work-in-progress, experience, case studies, and trend-setting ideas. Papers should be of a quality that represents the state-of-the-art and the latest advances in methodologies, models, semantics, awareness, architectures, middleware, tools, designs, implementations, experiments, evaluations, applications, non-technical factors and stimulating future trends in ubiquitous computing areas.
The journal publishes original research papers from all over the world and covers the wide variety of topics that include ad hoc networking, ambient intelligence, context adaptation design, context database, context media processing, intelligent network, intelligent sensor network, smart objects and environments, ubiquitous intelligence modeling and ubiquitous privacy and trust. IJUC objective is to provide an outstanding channel for academics, researchers, scientists, engineers, managers, technology professionals, educators and policy makers working in the different disciplines to contribute and to disseminate innovative and important new work in the broad ubiquitous computing areas and the emerging ubiquitous intelligence field.
INVITATION FOR OPEN ACCESS PUBLICATIONS
CALL FOR EDITORS
VOLUME : 3 ISSUE : 1
PAPER SUBMISSION : September 10, 2014
AUTHOR NOTIFICATION : October 5, 2014
ISSUE PUBLICATION : October 2014
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