EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking
Human-centered Computing in Cloud / Edge / Fog
June 1, 2019 (in 3 months, 1 week)
In the last few years, human-centered computing (HCC) has gained ever-increasing attention in both academic and industrial areas worldwide. As a cross-disciplinary research domain, HCC enables the effective integration of various human-related computational elements, which significantly benefits the interactions and collaborations between people, cyber space and physical world. With the support of intelligent HCC techniques, an enterprise or organization can develop various Human-Computer applications economically and conveniently to satisfy the complex functional or non-functional computational requirements from diverse users.
However, the recently emerged novel computing paradigms, e.g., cloud, edge and fog, bring huge opportunities and obstacles for the successful development and deployment of various intelligent HCC applications. Therefore, how to integrate the HCC application requirements and the advantages of cloud / edge / fog techniques becomes an interesting but challenging task. This special issue will focus on all aspects related to the HCC theories, techniques and applications in cloud / edge / fog.
- Lianyong Qi, Qufu Normal University, China
- Shancang Li, University of the West of England, UK
- Xuyun Zhang, University of Auckland, New Zealand
- Yuan Yuan, Michigan State University, USA