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RIDA 2016 - 5G Mobile: From Research and Innovations to Deployment Aspects



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Topics/Call fo Papers

Explosive growth of technology influences consumer behavior. It is estimated that by 2020, almost 80% of the global population will be utilizing mobile technology and over 60% will be using smartphones or tablets. Predictions are that there will be over 50 billion devices on the global network, on which mobile devices being the primarily access point for internet connection. With arrival of new 5G system, internet access will be fast and readily accessible; customers will have connections always available to them. Currently, there are over 2.7 million smart phones on the various networks, and this number will increase greatly by the time 5G will go live. Businesses will have to be able to transition from existing offered products and available distribution models to a better way in order to deliver goods and services that customers want. Simpler products are always preferred ? it lets consumers make informed choices.
For the new network of 5G to be effective, several factors need to be considered. It is expected that the new network will bring more revolution through the speed of data, efficiency, better battery lives and wide coverage of data for diverse sets of devices (IoT), applications and services using various ranges of software and hardware for agility, programmability and abstraction of the networks for faster innovation, to reduce CAPEX, OPEX, space, power Consumptions and to Creates competitive supply of innovative application by third parties.
The objective of this book is to provide state-of-the-art of research results and trends related to Advances in higher generation of 5 G wireless mobile communications systems to understand the opportunities and challenges of the mobile market in the future and how the new technologies affect mobile infrastructure. This book is intended for post-graduate students, research scholars, academics and industry. The book is expected to include the contributions of diverse groups of authors from various academic, industries, government sectors, edited by a Telecommunication Systems Management expert with 20 years of industrial and academic experiences in wireless networks design, implementation and optimization.
We would like to invite authors and contributors in the field of Networking, wired/wireless communications systems, and ICT for submissions of original and high quality papers in their research area, experimental and practical work, and commercial and industrial developments in all technological aspects of advances in higher 5th generation of wireless mobile communications systems from various perspectives including: technology, application, standard, licensed and unlicensed spectrum, IoT, MTC and D2D, radio/cellular, densification and HetNet network, cloud computing, SDN,SDR, VN, NFV, public safety, traffic, resource, user experience, mobility management and other relevant areas.
The proposals must be in English and submitted in format using the procedure (shown below) and sent via email (Subject: 5G Mobile book) to .
Recommended topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
Realizing the 5G Vision: Current status, and emerging physical layer and management challenges
Enabling Technologies for Highly Efficient and Cost-Effective 5G Communications
Sustainable Smart Cities: Leveraging Internet of Things and 5G
4. How the 5G roadmap departs from planned LTE roadmaps?
5. New Problems and Research Topics in 5G Wireless Communications
The Journey to 5G Market, Standardization and Adoption
Multitier Cloud Computing and 5G Networks
5G: Path to Zettabyte Mobile Internet
Riding the mobile traffic tsunami: Opportunities and threats in the making of 5G Mobile broadband
Why Virtualization is Essential for 5G
Key Issues and Architecture for 5G
Green computing in 5G
Potential socio-economic consequences of 5G
5G and the Network of Tomorrow
Fog Networking for 5G and IoT
5G Network Architecture and the Future Mobile Internet
What can we learn from the previous four generations?
Towards 5G: Advances from IoT to Millimeter Wave Communications
5G system environment for D2D, M2M, IoT
5G & Autonomic Networking - Challenges in closing the Loop
5G Requirements and Their Network Impacts
Networks architectures design and optimization for 5G and beyond
New wireless communication technologies for 5G and beyond (massive MIMO, millimeter-wave communication, full-duplex radios, small cells, novel waveform design)
Network capacity analysis and optimization
Radio resource management (RRM) techniques
Dynamic spectrum management and wireless communications systems
Energy efficiency enhancements in 5G networks
Interference management and interference mitigation techniques for 5G and beyond
Multi-hop and multi-antenna techniques
Coordinated multi-point transmission (CoMP) techniques
Self-organizing networks (SON) and topology for 5G
Notes for Edited Book Chapter Contributors
1. There is no charge for inclusion in the published book. An auxiliary service is available for any authors interested in Open Access. Open Access makes the chapter visible free of charge to anyone in the world who has Internet access.
2. There are no page charges for black and white figures and illustrations submissions provided they are sent to Nova with the source files. Color illustrations are billed at the current rate.
3. A free copy of the e-book version of the book is sent to the first-listed contributor of each chapter. Additional copies are available at a 20% discount. Publication in digital form takes place at approximately the same time as the printed version.
4. The scientific community is the intended audience. Books are marketed by direct mail, space ads, review copies, online bookstore postings and by our international distributors.
5. The choice of theme and approach are at the discretion of the author but preliminary acceptance is only upon submission of the draft abstract. The line-up of chapters is a constantly changing landscape since discussions, commitments and submissions continue on a daily basis right up to and sometimes beyond the close of each volume.
6. Research results (studies) are the primary type of article desired but review articles are also welcome. The Commentary should deal with innovative ideas, developments, directions, misdirections, areas which need to be explored, future outlook, prior errors, problems, personnel, funding, or trends in the field which will be published separately under your name in a section titled Expert Commentary. The deadlines for the abstract for the Commentary and the full Commentary are the same as for regular articles. Please be sure to list the affiliations of the authors. Short Communications are also subject to the abstract requirement and submission guidelines and deadlines. References and figures are permitted without limitation.
7. An abstract in the following form is required consisting of: 1. 150-500 words; 2. Author affiliations; and 3. Estimated date of chapter submission and Copyright Transfer. Please include the abstract as part of an email and not as an attachment if possible. Acceptance of topics is based partially on which topics have already been accepted for particular volumes. The reply to the draft abstract will contain details about reference styles and other relevant technical details. A reply and decision may be expected within 7 days if the word Abstract is contained within the Subject Line of the email.
8. Contributors are encouraged to submit chapters ranging from 4,000-35,000 words (unless Expert Commentaries or Short Communications). Longer, more extensive contributions are encouraged. In the event of Latex or similar program use, or when a chapter contains numerous tabular data, graphics, or mathematical formulae, a page range of 10-50 pages is acceptable.
9. Coauthors may be invited by you at your discretion.
10. Copyright is transferred via email. Another form will be sent via email along with the electronic page proofs.
11. Personalized chapter offprints are available.
12. MS Word 2003 or Latex are the preferred input programs for text. When submitting your manuscript, please indicate the program you used (i.e., MS Word 2003) in the text of your email accompanying the attached manuscript. If Latex, Nova requests use of the Nova macro. The Nova macros are available from the Nova Website under the tab For Authors. This is ARTICLE.STY set at 5.5 inches (13.97 cm) and letter size (not A4 paper). Please try to use outside justified page headers. If you would like to add any packages to this macro beyond those already specified, it is mandatory that the corresponding .sty files be submitted with the chapter. Nova currently uses the Windows Operating System.
13. Original high resolution source files for each figure and graphic must be submitted with the manuscript. Acceptable formats are: tiff, bitmap, jpeg, gif, ppt, psd, png or eps. The resolution should be 350-750 dpi. If no source files are submitted for the figures or graphics a charge of $50 per figure will apply. The final resolution of figures received without source files cannot be guaranteed.
14. Microsoft Equation Editor or MathType are the preferred input programs for equations.
15. The chapter must be edited for English prior to submission. Nova can provide editorial assistance if required. A list of optional editorial services is available upon request.
16. Video enhancements are possible using the following guidelines: Guidelines for submission of video for enhanced books & enhanced eBooks. Please submit your video in the one of the following formats: QuickTime Movie, Microsoft AVI, MPEG-1, MPEG-2 or Windows Media. (The extensions for these formats are .avi, .mpg, .mpeg, .m2v, .mov, .wmv or .wma.). You may also submit video on a DVD from any region, VHS or MiniDV tape. Video resolution should be at least 720 x 480. Remember to submit the best possible video resolution available. Smaller resolutions are accepted for eBooks in some circumstances. Please inquire further if your video is acceptable and if your format or resolution does not match these guidelines.
Editor Contact Information
Dr. A. Yarali, Professor of Telecommunications Systems Management
(Corresponding Editor)
Institute of Engineering at Murray State University,
Telecommunications Systems Management Program
Murray, KY, USA

Last modified: 2016-04-06 23:02:15