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2019 10th International Conference on Computing, Communication and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT)

The 10th International Conference on Computing, Communication and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT) aims to provide a forum that brings together International researchers from academia and practitioners in the industry to meet and exchange ideas and recent research work on all aspects of Information and Communication Technologies including Computing, communication, IOT, LiDAR, Image Analysis, wireless communication and other new technologies

  • 2018 9th International Conference on Computing, Communication and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT)

    The Ninth International Conference on Computing, Communication and Networking Technologies (9th ICCCNT 2018) aims to provide a forum that brings together International researchers from academia and practitioners in the industry to meet and exchange ideas and recent research work on all aspects of Information and Communication Technologies. Following the great success of ICCCNT’08, ICCCNT’10, ICCCNT’12, ICCCNT'13, ICCCNT'14 , ICCCNT'15,ICCCNT'16 and ICCCNT'17. The ninth edition of the event, ICCCNT’17, will be held in IISc, Bangalore on July 10-12, 2018. The conference will consist of keynote speeches, technical sessions, and exhibition. The technical sessions will present original and fundamental research advances, and the workshops will focus on hot topics in Information and Communication Engineering. Experts from NASA, MIT, Japan will give key note speeches

  • 2017 8th International Conference on Computing, Communication and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT)

    (ICCCNT) aims to provide a forum that brings together International researchers from academia and practitioners in the industry to meet and exchange ideas and recent research work on all aspects of Information and Communication Technologies.

  • 2015 6th International Conference on Computing, Communication and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT)

    The Sixth International Conference on Computing, Communications and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT) aims to provide a forum that brings together International researchers from academia and practitioners in the industry to meet and exchange ideas and recent research work on all aspects of Information and Communication Technologies

  • 2014 5th International Conference on Computing Communication and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT)

    The Fifth International Conference on Computing, Communications and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT) aims to provide a forum that brings together International researchers from academia and practitioners in the industry to meet and exchange ideas and recent research work on all aspects of Information and Communication Technologies

  • 2013 Fourth International Conference on Computing, Communications and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT)

    The scope of the Conference includes include, but are certainly not limited to the following:Mobile computingGrid / Cloud / Parallel ComputingOptical / Quantum ComputingSoft ComputingPattern RecognitionSignal / Image ProcessingBiometrics / Biomedical EngineeringMobile CommunicationBroadband CommunicationWireless CommunicationOptical CommunicationRF ElectronicsElectronics Devices / SystemsVLSI / Embedded SystemsMEMS/NEMSNanotechnologyPhotonic / Opto-electronic Structures / DevicesOptical NetworksMobile / Sensor / Ad-hoc NetworksInternet/Multimedia NetworksNetwork Security / Cryptography

  • 2012 Third International Conference on Computing, Communication and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT'12)

    The purpose of ICCCNT 2012 is to bring together researchers from the computing, communication and networking communities to present ground-breaking research and debate key issues of common interest. International experts will share their vision, extensive experience and knowledge gained through modeling, lab and field trials and will discuss the applications of a variety of technologies world wide. It also provides ideal opportunities for consolidating and establishing collaborations at the international level.

  • 2010 International Conference on Computing, Communication and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT'10)

    The second International Conference on Computing, Communication and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT 10) will be held at the Chettinad College of Engineering and Technology (CCET), Karur (DT), TamilNadu, India from July 29th to 31st 2010. The CCET is promoted by a reputed 75 year old Group of Educational Institutions Chettinad House . The purpose of ICCCNT 10, is to bring together researchers from the computing, communication and networking communities to present ground-breaking research and debate key


2011 6th International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Applications (ICPCA)

CONNECTIVITY: Internet of Things, Smart Environment, MOBILITY: Mobile Computing, Wearable Computing, Cloud Computing NETWORKED SOCIETY: Internet of Service (IoS), Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Social Network, Collaboration at Work, Collaborative Business



Periodicals related to Edge Computing

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Xplore Articles related to Edge Computing

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Applications Scenarios of Edge Computing

Applications Scenarios of Edge Computing, 12/19/2018

This course introduces the application scenarios of edge computing. Three real-world applications including smart home, public service, and the autonomous vehicle will be covered in this course along with the discussion of the benefits and challenges by employing Edge computing. This course will be instructional for practitioners in their designing and developing of their Edge computing applications.


Exploiting NOMA for Cooperative Edge Computing

IEEE Wireless Communications, None

Edge computing is a promising technology that provides cloud-like computing services at the network edge in close proximity to mobile devices. In this article, we propose a new paradigm of cooperative edge computing that exploits parallel transmission over the whole resource block of NOMA for parallel computation offloading. Specifically, we consider a basic three-node model consisting of a user, a ...


Fog Computing Enhanced Fiber‐Wireless Access Networks in the 5G Era

Optical and Wireless Convergence for 5G Networks, None

Given the growing progress on, and interest in, 5G networks, fiber‐wireless (FiWi) access networks have great potential to enable the emergence of a variety of novel applications and creating new exciting opportunities. In this chapter, the authors focus on the 5G key attributes of high reliability with substantially enhanced connectivity and very low latency and study how and to what ...


Research Challenges in Edge Computing

Research Challenges in Edge Computing, 11/21/2018

A discussion of some of the major challenges facing edge computing. Not exclusively, these major challenges range from the underlying infrastructure construction to the programming model design, from the resource discovery to application QoS demand and optimizations. Attention must also be given to the security and privacy at each layer of this new computing paradigm.


Follow Me Fog: Toward Seamless Handover Timing Schemes in a Fog Computing Environment

IEEE Communications Magazine, 2017

Equipped with easy-to-access micro computation access points, the fog computing architecture provides low-latency and ubiquitously available computation offloading services to many simple and cheap Internet of Things devices with limited computing and energy resources. One obstacle, however, is how to seamlessly hand over mobile IoT devices among different computation access points when computation offloading is in action so that the ...


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IEEE.tv Videos

Neuromorphic Adaptive Edge-preserving Denoising Filter: IEEE Rebooting Computing 2017
From Edge To Core: Memory-Driven Hardware and Software Co-Design - IEEE Rebooting Computing Industry Summit 2017
Edge Computing for 5G, Use Cases and Evolution - Srinivasan Ramanujam - India Mobile Congress, 2018
The Role of Edge Computing in Advancing the Transformation of the Mobile-Broadband Network - Frank Rayal, Fog World Congress 2017
Innovations at the Edge: ASIC, Compute and Networking Perspectives - Special Event at Fog World Congress 2017
The Convergence of OT and IT, the Next Digital Wave - 2018 IEEE Industry Summit on the Future of Computing
Edge-supported Drones in the Construction Industry - Padmanaghan Pillai - IEEE Sarnoff Symposium, 2019
NFV And 5G In A Fog Computing & Networking Environment - Farid Singh and Raghu Kondapalli, Fog World Congress 2017
Building IoT Projects Faster - Ed Hemphill at Fog World Congress 2018
Fog Computing Test Bed: Cutting Costs and Latency in Data Transmission - Fog World Congress
Open Edge Symposium - Think Smart, Keep Pace
Probabilistic AI: Quantum & Probabilistic Computing - Jean Simatic at INC 2019
Standards In Fog Computing - Tao Zhang and John Zao, Fog World Congress 2018
How Fog is Enabling AI - Matt Vasey - Fog World Congress 2018
Serverless: the Holy Grail of Distributed Computing - Robert Macinnis - Fog World Congress 2018
Optimizing Service Delivery at the Mobile Network Edge - Leandros Tassliuas - IEEE Sarnoff Symposium, 2019
Smart Fog In the Digital Workplace - Chris Fine at Fog World Congress 2018
Achieving Low Latency Mobile Edge Cloud Services - Dipankar Raychaudhuri - IEEE Sarnoff Symposium, 2019
Fog/Edge Computing and Robotics - Flavio Bonomi at Fog World Congress 2018
Rebooting Memory Architecture - Wen-mei Hwu at INC 2019

IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Applications Scenarios of Edge Computing

    This course introduces the application scenarios of edge computing. Three real-world applications including smart home, public service, and the autonomous vehicle will be covered in this course along with the discussion of the benefits and challenges by employing Edge computing. This course will be instructional for practitioners in their designing and developing of their Edge computing applications.

  • Exploiting NOMA for Cooperative Edge Computing

    Edge computing is a promising technology that provides cloud-like computing services at the network edge in close proximity to mobile devices. In this article, we propose a new paradigm of cooperative edge computing that exploits parallel transmission over the whole resource block of NOMA for parallel computation offloading. Specifically, we consider a basic three-node model consisting of a user, a helper, and an AP. The user can simultaneously offload a task to the helper and AP using NOMA, and the helper can compute or/and relay the received task from the user. We first discuss the scenario where the helper acts as either a computing server or a relay. Then we devise a general framework in which the helper has the double roles of assisting the user and has its own task to execute. We show that the proposed scheme can achieve a win-win situation for both the user and helper. Simulations are conducted to illustrate the superior performance of the proposed scheme compared to the conventional schemes without cooperation.

  • Fog Computing Enhanced Fiber‐Wireless Access Networks in the 5G Era

    Given the growing progress on, and interest in, 5G networks, fiber‐wireless (FiWi) access networks have great potential to enable the emergence of a variety of novel applications and creating new exciting opportunities. In this chapter, the authors focus on the 5G key attributes of high reliability with substantially enhanced connectivity and very low latency and study how and to what extent they can be obtained in fog computing‐FiWi (FC‐FiWi) networks. They aim to design an architecture and develop a novel unified resource management scheme as well as to study their achievable performance gains. The authors present the detailed analysis of survivability and end‐to‐end packet delay performance in greater detail. They discuss the implementation and validation, including the concept validation approach, experimental testbed, and obtained results. The authors develop a two‐layer TDMA based unified resource management scheme to schedule FiWi, fog, and cloud traffic at the same time.

  • Research Challenges in Edge Computing

    A discussion of some of the major challenges facing edge computing. Not exclusively, these major challenges range from the underlying infrastructure construction to the programming model design, from the resource discovery to application QoS demand and optimizations. Attention must also be given to the security and privacy at each layer of this new computing paradigm.

  • Follow Me Fog: Toward Seamless Handover Timing Schemes in a Fog Computing Environment

    Equipped with easy-to-access micro computation access points, the fog computing architecture provides low-latency and ubiquitously available computation offloading services to many simple and cheap Internet of Things devices with limited computing and energy resources. One obstacle, however, is how to seamlessly hand over mobile IoT devices among different computation access points when computation offloading is in action so that the offloading service is not interrupted - especially for time-sensitive applications. In this article, we propose Follow Me Fog (FMF), a framework supporting a new seamless handover timing scheme among different computation access points. Intrinsically, FMF supports a job pre-migration mechanism, which pre-migrates computation jobs when the handover is expected to happen. Such expectations can be indicated by constantly monitoring received signal strengths. Then we present the design and a prototype implementation of FMF. Our evaluation results demonstrate that FMF can achieve a substantial latency reduction (36.5 percent in our experiment). In conclusion, the FMF design clears a core obstacle, allowing fog computing to provide interruption-resistant services to mobile IoT devices.

  • Tools and Software for Edge Computing Applications

    This module serves as a high-level literature review of representatives of the most popular tools and software. The tools and software introduced in this lecture are a tip of the thousands of open-sourced or production-ready tools and software available in the community.

  • IEEE Standard for Adoption of OpenFog Reference Architecture for Fog Computing

    OpenFog Consortium--OpenFog Reference Architecture for Fog Computing is adopted by this standard. OpenFog Reference Architecture [OPFRA001.020817] is a structural and functional prescription of an open, interoperable, horizontal system architecture for distributing computing, storage, control and networking functions closer to the users along a cloud-to-thing continuum of communicating, computing, sensing and actuating entities. It encompasses various approaches to disperse Information Technology (IT), Communication Technology (CT) and Operational Technology (OT) Services through information messaging infrastructure as well as legacy and emerging multi-access networking technologies

  • Classifier based Gateway for Edge Computing

    Edge Computing technology aims to replace regular cloud IoT solutions on applications where data intensity and link latency plays critical role. Improvement is achieved by placing processing at the edge of the network, deploying service close to data source of user. Limited resources of Edge devices stipulate the need to smartly distribute over devices computational tasks, as well as to implement role switching techniques in order to guarantee smooth distribution when network conditions change. Gateway technique is proposed in this paper, providing experimental comparison of Edge Computing, Cloud Computing and Content Delivery Network (CDN) data flow scenarios where terms of network delay, service time and processing time are considered. Simulation results achieved by EdgeCloudSim software confirms the performance gain of Classifier based Edge gateway in particular balanced hardware to load ratios.

  • Connecting Fog and Cloud Computing

    There is a perfect storm of the use of cloud computing, and the growth of Internet of Things (IoT). IoT is about processing data that comes from devices in some way that's meaningful, and cloud computing is about leveraging data from centralized computing and storage. Growth rates of both can easily become unmanageable. We have some problems to solve. In addition, alternatives are being consider to placing everything in the public cloud because the public cloud, in some cases, no longer makes sense.

  • COCME: Content-Oriented Caching on the Mobile Edge for Wireless Communications

    With the rapid development of mobile networks and mobile communications, various content can be conveniently accessed. Recently, some novel caching- based approaches have been proposed to enhance the QoE in wireless communications, but it is still challenging to develop advanced content delivery in wireless communications due to limitations of conventional D2D communications and caching strategies. To address these challenges, this article proposes content-oriented caching on the mobile edge for wireless communications. Specifically, it designs novel mobile edge caching based on popular content recommendations. Sufficient experiments demonstrate that the proposed approaches can effectively decrease the traffic load by using an acceptable volume of storage resources on mobile edges.



Standards related to Edge Computing

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