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Topics of Interest Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Theory, Modeling and Methodologies Mobile cloud computing models, architectures, and platforms Engineering on-demand mobile cloud systems and services Design of energy-saving mobile cloud protocols Cloud-Io T integration, cloud-centric Io T and software defined Io T 5G MEC: emerging 5G network edge cloud architectures Mobile crowd sensing models and platforms Mobile cloud resource management, provisioning, and migration Mobile-aware cloud data management and data retrieval Mobile cloud data centers, storage, and networking technologies for 5G Virtualization techniques for mobile cloud computing and services Data driven computing and caching for mobile cloud services Artificial intelligence, machine and deep learning for mobile cloud applications Security, reliability and privacy for mobile cloud computing Applications and Industry Practice Mobile multimedia and mobile social community services Cloud-assisted human-centered applications based on wearable devices Mobile commerce and cloud-based marketplace Intuitive user interfaces for cloud-based mobile applications Cloud computing for Vehicle-to-anything (V2X) scenarios Research case studies and experimental reports Industry reports on experience and lessons learned Standardization on mobile clouds Paper submission IEEE Mobile Cloud 2020 solicits research papers describing novel and previously unpublished scientific contributions to the field of Internet of Things (Io T), edge computing, mobile cloud, mobile systems, intelligent systems, smart homes, connected vehicles (V2X), and 5G connectivity and cloud services.
Two different types of papers can be submitted: Regular papers (8 pages IEEE double column format) Work-in-progress and workshop papers (6 pagers IEEE double column format) All papers must be written in English.
Cloud computing becomes mobile when a mobile device tries to access the shared pool of computing resources provided by the cloud, on demand.
Mobile applications may enrich their functionality by delegating heavy tasks to the clouds as the remote processing and storage have become possible by adding asynchronous behavior in the communication.
5G technology will be a key enabler of this integration.
Such mobile applications will have tremendous impacts on many aspects of our life, including transportation/V2X, e-commerce, healthcare, smart homes and smart cities, social interaction, and many more.