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2019 Eleventh International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN)

With the proliferation of future wireless technologies and electronic devices, there is a fast growing interest in ubiquitous and future networks. In the days to come, we expect that the ubiquitous communication and networking technologies will become ubiquitous along with the emergence of many future networking technologies. The ubiquitous and future network will offer multiservice, multimedia services convergence, mobility, service ubiquity and context awareness, fixed-mobile convergence, quality of service, variable connectivity, spontaneous networking, autonomic networking and other capabilities as the norm. Building on the success of the last ten years, the Eleventh International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks(ICUFN 2019) aims at addressing advances in research on ubiquitous and future networks, covering topics ranging from technology issues to emerging applications and test-bed developments.

  • 2018 Tenth International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN)

    With the proliferation of future wireless technologies and electronic devices, there is a fast growing interest in ubiquitous and future networks. In the days to come, we expect that the ubiquitous communication and networking technologies will become ubiquitous along with the emergence of many future networking technologies. The ubiquitous and future network will offer multiservice, multimedia services convergence, mobility, service ubiquity and context awareness, fixed-mobile convergence, quality of service, variable connectivity, spontaneous networking, autonomic networking and other capabilities as the norm. Building on the success of the last nine years, the tenth International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN 2018) aims at addressing advances in research on ubiquitous and future networks, covering topics ranging from technology issues to emerging applications and test-bed developments.

  • 2017 Ninth International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN)

    With the proliferation of future wireless technologies and electronic devices, there is a fast growing interest in ubiquitous and future networks. In the days to come, we expect that the ubiquitous communication and networking technologies will become ubiquitous along with the emergence of many future networking technologies. The ubiquitous and future network will offer multiservice, multimedia services convergence, mobility, service ubiquity and context awareness, fixed-mobile convergence, quality of service, variable connectivity, spontaneous networking, autonomic networking and other capabilities as the norm. Building on the success of the last eight years, the ninth International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN 2017) aims at addressing advances in research on ubiquitous and future networks, covering topics ranging from technology issues to emerging applications and test-bed developments.

  • 2016 Eighth International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN)

    With the proliferation of future wireless technologies and electronic devices, there is a fast growing interest in ubiquitous and future networks. In the days to come, we expect that the ubiquitous communication and networking technologies will become ubiquitous along with the emergence of many future networking technologies. The ubiquitous and future network will offer multiservice, multimedia services convergence, mobility, service ubiquity and context awareness, fixed-mobile convergence, quality of service, variable connectivity, spontaneous networking, autonomic networking and other capabilities as the norm. Building on the success of the last seven years, the eighth International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN 2016) aims at addressing advances in research on ubiquitous and future networks, covering topics ranging from technology issues to emerging applications and test-bed developments.

  • 2015 Seventh International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN)

    With the proliferation of future wireless technologies and electronic devices, there is a fast growing interest in ubiquitous and future networks. In the days to come, we expect that the ubiquitous communication and networking technologies will become ubiquitous along with the emergence of many future networking technologies. The ubiquitous and future network will offer multiservice, multimedia services convergence, mobility, service ubiquity and context awareness, fixed-mobile convergence, quality of service, variable connectivity, spontaneous networking, autonomic networking and other capabilities as the norm. Building on the success of the last six years, the seventh International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN 2015) aims at addressing advances in research on ubiquitous and future networks, covering topics ranging from technology issues to emerging applications and test-bed developments.

  • 2014 Sixth International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN)

    THE UBIQUITOUS AND FUTURE NETWORKS WILL OFFER MULTISERVICE, MULTIMEDIA SERVICES CONVERGENCE, MOBILITY, SERVICE UBIQUITY AND CONTEXT AWARENESS, FI XED-MOBILE CONVERGENCE, QUALITY OF SERVICE, VARIABLE CONNECTIVITY, SPONTANEOUS NETWORKING, AUTONOMIC NETWORKING AND OTHER CAPABILITIES AS THE NORM. BUILDING ON THE SUCCESS OF THE FIRST, SECOND, THIRD, FOURTH, AND FIFTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON UBIQUITOUS AND FUTURE NETWORKS (ICUFN 2009, ICUFN2010,ICUFN2011, ICUFN2012, ICUFN2013).THE SIXTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON UBIQUITOUS AND FUTURE NETWORKS (ICUFN 2014) AIMS AT ADDRESSING ADVANCES IN RESEARCH ON UBIQUITOUS AND FUTURE NETWORKS, COVERING TOPICS RANGING FROM TECHNOLOGY ISSUES TO APPLICATIONS AND TEST-BED DEVELOPMENTS.

  • 2013 Fifth International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN)

    THE UBIQUITOUS AND FUTURE NETWORKS WILL OFFER MULTISERVICE, MULTIMEDIA SERVICES CONVERGENCE, MOBILITY, SERVICE UBIQUITY AND CONTEXT AWARENESS, FI XED-MOBILE CONVERGENCE, QUALITY OF SERVICE, VARIABLE CONNECTIVITY, SPONTANEOUS NETWORKING, AUTONOMIC NETWORKING AND OTHER CAPABILITIES AS THE NORM. BUILDING ON THE SUCCESS OF THE FIRST, SECOND, THIRD, AND FOURTHINTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON UBIQUITOUS AND FUTURE NETWORKS (ICUFN 2009, ICUFN2010,ICUFN2011, ICUFN2012), THE FIFTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON UBIQUITOUS AND FUTURE NETWORKS (ICUFN 2013) AIMS AT ADDRESSING ADVANCES IN RESEARCH ON UBIQUITOUS AND FUTURE NETWORKS, COVERING TOPICS RANGING FROM TECHNOLOGY ISSUES TO APPLICATIONS AND TEST-BED DEVELOPMENTS.

  • 2012 Fourth International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN)

    ICUFN 2012 aims at addressing advances in research on ubiquitous and future networks, covering topics ranging from technology issues to emerging applications and test-bed developments.

  • 2011 Third International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN)

    THE UBIQUITOUS AND FUTURE NETWORKS WILL OFFER MULTISERVICE, MULTIMEDIA SERVICES CONVERGENCE, MOBILITY, SERVICE UBIQUITY AND CONTEXT AWARENESS, FI XED-MOBILE CONVERGENCE, QUALITY OF SERVICE, VARIABLE CONNECTIVITY, SPONTANEOUS NETWORKING, AUTONOMIC NETWORKING AND OTHER CAPABILITIES AS THE NORM.

  • 2010 Second International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN)

    ICUFN 2010 aims at addressing advances in research on ubiquitous and future networks, covering topics ranging from technology issues to applications and test-bed developments.

  • 2009 First International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN)

    ICUFN aims at addressing advances in research on ubiquitous and future networks, covering topics ranging from technology issues to applications and test-bed developments to support multiservice, multimedia services convergence, mobility, service ubiquity and context awareness, fixed mobile convergence, QoS, variable connectivity, spontaneous networking, autonomic networking and etc.


2018 10th International Conference on Communication Software and Networks (ICCSN)

2018 10th International Conference on Communication Software and Networks (ICCSN 2018) will be held during July 6-9, 2018 in Chengdu, China. ICCSN 2018 is sponsored by University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, co-sponsored by 54th Institute, CETC, China, Science and Technology on Communication Networks Laboratory, supported by Guangdong University of Technology, China and AET Journal.

  • 2017 IEEE 9th International Conference on Communication Software and Networks (ICCSN)

    ICCSN 2017 is one of the leading international conferences for presenting novel and fundamental advances in the fields of Communication Software and Networks. It also serves to foster communication among researchers and practitioners working in a wide variety of scientific areas with a common interest in improving Communication Software and Networking related techniques.

  • 2016 8th IEEE International Conference on Communication Software and Networks (ICCSN)

    I. COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS AND SYSTEMSNetworking: Future Internet/Future Networks QoS/QoE and Resource Management Optical Networks Wireless, Mobile, Adhoc and Sensor Networks Ubiquitous Networks Network Security Multimedia Networking etc. Communication Systems Coding and Information Theory Wireless, UWB, Ultrasonic Communications Satellite Communications Other Emerging Technologies: Network Coding, Software Defined Radio, Cognitive Radio etc.II. SIGNAL PROCESSING & APPLICATIONS Signal, Image, Audio, Video Processing, Analysis and Applications Pattern Recognition Biomedical Signal Processing and Analysis Signal Filtering, Detection and Estimation Statistical Signal Processing and Modeling Ambient Intelligence Computer Vision and AuditionIII. OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKING Design and Management of Optical Networks Optical Networks Performance Modeling Optical Networks Control and Management Optical Modulation and Signal Processing Reliable Optical Netwo

  • 2015 IEEE International Conference on Communication Software and Networks (ICCSN)

    ICCSN 2015 is one of the leading international conferences for presenting novel and fundamental advances in the fields of Communication Software and Networks. It also serves to foster communication among researchers and practitioners working in a wide variety of scientific areas with a common interest in improving Communication Software and Networking related techniques.

  • 2011 IEEE 3rd International Conference on Communication Software and Networks (ICCSN)

    ICCSN is an annual international forum for state-of-the-art research in Communication Software and Network Technology. It also serves to foster communication among researchers and practitioners working in a wide variety of scientific areas with a common interest in improving Communication Software and Networking related techniques.



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Integrating Public Safety Networks to 5G: Applications and Standards

Enabling 5G Communication Systems to Support Vertical Industries, None

This chapter summarizes a brief history of transition of Public Safety Networks from the analog system to future 5G networks. 3rd Generation Partnership Project presents different use cases and scenarios for Public Safety (PS) applications, mainly based on the coverage area of cellular networks. These scenarios are presented to support National Security and PS services using Device‐to‐Device (D2D) communications in ...


Distributed Resource Allocation in 5G Cellular Networks

Towards 5G: Applications, Requirements and Candidate Technologies, None

Future wireless networks are expected to be highly heterogeneous, with the co‐existence of macrocells and small cells as well as the provisioning for device‐to‐device communication. In such heterogeneous and multi‐tier systems, centralized radio resource allocation and interference management schemes will not be scalable. Therefore, distributed resource allocation schemes will need to be designed. However, designing such distributed schemes is one ...


Collaborative Spectrum Managements and Sharing in Coordinated Space, Terrestrial and Ocean Networks

IEEE Network, None

The development of the blue economy stimulates the growth of maritime activities, which presents challenges in offshore wireless communications. Increasing spectrum efficiency is one of the key solutions to improve network performance. As part of the global 5G wireless networks, advanced spectrum sharing techniques could be applied in offshore wireless networks. In this article, we describe a CSTON architecture for ...


Analysis of the Internet of Things devices integration in 5G networks

2017 Systems of Signal Synchronization, Generating and Processing in Telecommunications (SINKHROINFO), 2017

In recent decades, mobile communications and mobile Internet have become an integral part of the lives of millions of people around the world. The number of users of mobile devices is increasing from year to year. As a result, the need for the new system of mobile communication with-an even more advanced capabilities, which is the fifth-generation system (5G). In ...


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

IEEE Wireless Communications, 2019

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 ...


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  • Integrating Public Safety Networks to 5G: Applications and Standards

    This chapter summarizes a brief history of transition of Public Safety Networks from the analog system to future 5G networks. 3rd Generation Partnership Project presents different use cases and scenarios for Public Safety (PS) applications, mainly based on the coverage area of cellular networks. These scenarios are presented to support National Security and PS services using Device‐to‐Device (D2D) communications in next‐generation cellular networks. These scenarios can be categorized into three distinct types: in‐coverage scenario, out‐of‐coverage scenario, and partial‐coverage scenario. It is important to note that the scenarios presented in this section are for D2D communications only. The chapter then summarizes standardization efforts made to support an inevitable convergence of PS communication networks across multiple regions. Further, it anticipates that this convergence will not be limited to narrowband and broadband technologies but will also be influenced by recent trends on how people access information today.

  • Distributed Resource Allocation in 5G Cellular Networks

    Future wireless networks are expected to be highly heterogeneous, with the co‐existence of macrocells and small cells as well as the provisioning for device‐to‐device communication. In such heterogeneous and multi‐tier systems, centralized radio resource allocation and interference management schemes will not be scalable. Therefore, distributed resource allocation schemes will need to be designed. However, designing such distributed schemes is one of the fundamental research challenges for 5G multi‐tier cellular wireless networks. After a brief overview of 5G cellular systems, this chapter highlights three novel approaches that can be used to solve the distributed‐resource allocation problems in future heterogeneous networks. Specifically, we utilize the concepts of stable matching, factor‐graph‐based message passing, and distributed auctions and show their effectiveness in obtaining distributed solutions to the resource allocation problem. To this end, a brief qualitative comparison in terms of performance metrics, such as complexity, convergence, and signaling overhead, is presented.

  • Collaborative Spectrum Managements and Sharing in Coordinated Space, Terrestrial and Ocean Networks

    The development of the blue economy stimulates the growth of maritime activities, which presents challenges in offshore wireless communications. Increasing spectrum efficiency is one of the key solutions to improve network performance. As part of the global 5G wireless networks, advanced spectrum sharing techniques could be applied in offshore wireless networks. In this article, we describe a CSTON architecture for integrated offshore communication network. Under this architecture, we elaborate the technical challenges and provide a survey of the collaborative solutions for licensed spectrum managements, shared spectrum allocations and dynamic access strategies for unlicensed spectrum, respectively. The goal of this article is to offer an overview to illuminate the solutions of the technical challenges and provide the research directions in CSTON.

  • Analysis of the Internet of Things devices integration in 5G networks

    In recent decades, mobile communications and mobile Internet have become an integral part of the lives of millions of people around the world. The number of users of mobile devices is increasing from year to year. As a result, the need for the new system of mobile communication with-an even more advanced capabilities, which is the fifth-generation system (5G). In addition, the growth of the concept of Internet of Things (IoT) makes it necessary to revise quantitative estimates on the client base of communication networks. Therefore, there is a need for new networks, which would be able to support trillions of devices, and can satisfy requirements for a high degree of reliability, quality and for high data transmission rate. In this paper, we are studying the possibility of using D2D for aggregating Internet of things traffic on mobile networks 5G.

  • 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.

  • Power allocation in a secure-aware device-to-device communication underlaying cellular network

    Device-to-device (D2D) communication as an underlay to cellular networks is a promising technology to meet the demand for high communication rate, low end- to-end delay, high spectral efficiency and energy efficiency, low traffic and low congestion for the cellular core network. However, it is essential to provide secure communication in LTE-A D2D mode for the success of D2D services. In this paper, we consider that there exists one case that the cellular user may eavesdrop the accessed D2D users for some important information illegitimately. As a result, we consider the higher secrecy rate of D2D users as our main target to pursue. At the same time, the lose on the achievable data rate of the cellular users should be taken into consideration. Then, a problem of combinatorial optimization must be solved. In this paper, a power research algorithm based on revised Lagrange multiplier method is designed to obtain a suboptimal solution of the problem of combinatorial optimization. Some simulations have been done to test the performance of our proposed power research algorithm.

  • Performance Analysis and Resource Allocation for Cooperative D2D Communication in Cellular Networks With Multiple D2D Pairs

    In this letter, we investigate cooperative device-to-device (D2D) communication in an uplink cellular network, where D2D users act as relays for cellular users. We derive the outage probability of a cellular user and the average achievable rate from a D2D transmitter to a D2D receiver in analytic form. We obtain optimal spectrum and power allocation to maximize the total average achievable rate under the outage probability constraint. The validity of the analysis is verified by computer simulations.

  • Particle swarm optimization based power allocation for D2D underlaying cellular networks

    In this paper, we study the power allocation problem for device-to-device (D2D) underlaying cellular networks. In order to manage interference and improve the throughput of the cellular network, the particle swarm optimization (PSO) based power allocation algorithm is proposed. The main idea of the algorithm is to allocate the transmit powers of users efficiently so as to maximize the overall throughput of cellular network while satisfying the minimum rate requirement of each user. Simulation results demonstrate the efficiency of D2D communication in improving the network throughput, and the proposed PSO-based power allocation algorithm outperforms the fixed and random power allocation algorithms.

  • D2D discovery approach based on spreading technique for public safety

    Geological processes such tornados, avalanches or earthquakes can unleash adverse effects especially life losses, when we miss detect the presence of victims in devastated area. Statistics prove that death toll caused by natural hazards is becoming more prevalent from year to another. Meanwhile, telecommunications are booming with arising broadband networks. Besides, new wireless applications lead to the necessity of emerging a new communication fashion, especially in sensitive situation like public safety. Device to Device (D2D) communication, is one of promising alternative to circumvent public safety and to enhance emergency communications capabilities. The non assisted peer discovery concept over LTE raises some significant challenges so that in this paper, we propose a new approach that relies on spreading technique using orthogonal codes. Every victim signal will be spreaded by a code drawn from an orthogonal matrix called Hadamard matrix. Doing so, we improve the probability of successful detection of victims while keeping very low the probability of False Alarm thanks to the strengthening of signal by the spread process. The reliability of our proposal scheme is underlying by numerical simulations. Detection decision considers a correlation coefficient between the amount of received signal and the expected one spreaded to every orthogonal code. The coefficient is compared to a threshold in order to conclude a peer presence.

  • Adaptive Power Control for D2D Communications in Downlink SWIPT Networks with Partial CSI

    In this letter, we consider the device-to-device (D2D) communication in downlink cellular networks, where the cellular user (CU) both decodes information and harvests the energy. Unlike the conventional D2D communications, we figure out that it is possible for the D2D pair to communicate without degrading the performance of the CU. Based on this observation, D2D transmit power control schemes are proposed for D2D rate maximization subject to maintaining the CU performance. In a decentralized way, the proposed power control schemes are performed at the D2D transmitter (DT) with instantaneous channel state information (CSI) of only the link between the D2D pair. For performance analysis, an asymptotic upper bound is provided on the D2D rates of the proposed schemes. Numerical results confirm the effectiveness of the proposed schemes.



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