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2021 26th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA )

ETFA focus is on the latest developments and new technologies in the field of industrial and factory automation. The conference aims to exchange ideas with both industry leaders and a variety of experienced researchers, developers, and practitioners from several industries, research institutes, and academia


2020 IEEE 18th International Conference on Industrial Informatics (INDIN)

INDIN focuses on recent developments, deployments, technology trends, and research results in Industrial Informatics-related fields from both industry and academia


2020 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM)

All topics related to engineering and technology management, including applicable analytical methods and economical/social/human issues to be considered in making engineering decisions.


2020 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology (ICIT)

ICIT focuses on industrial and manufacturing applications of electronics, controls, communications, instrumentation, and computational intelligence.


2020 IEEE/ACM 42nd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE)

ICSE is the premier forum for researchers to present and discuss the most recent innovations,trends, outcomes, experiences, and challenges in the field of software engineering. The scopeis broad and includes all original and unpublished results of empirical, conceptual, experimental,and theoretical software engineering research.


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Exploiting ICN for Realizing Service-Oriented Communication in IoT

IEEE Communications Magazine, 2016

The rapid growth in Internet of Things (IoT) deployment has posed unprecedented challenges to the underlying network design. We envision that tomorrow's global-scale IoT systems will focus on service-oriented data sharing and processing rather than point-to-point data collection. Requirements such as global reachability, mobility, communication diversity, and security will also develop naturally along with the change in the communication patterns. ...


Dependable and Resilient Cloud Computing

2016 IEEE Symposium on Service-Oriented System Engineering (SOSE), 2016

Summary form only given. Recent years have seen a growing interest among users in the migration of their applications to the Cloud computing environments. However, due to their high complexity, Cloud-based services often experience a large number of failures and security breaches, and consequently, impose numerous challenges on the dependability and resilience of users' applications. Unfortunately, current dependability and resilience ...


Furthering Service 4.0: Harnessing Intelligent Immersive Environments and Systems

IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Magazine, 2018

With the increasing complexity of service operations in different industries and more advanced uses of specialized equipment and procedures, the great current challenge for companies is to increase employees' expertise and their ability to maintain and improve service quality. In this regard, Service 4.0 aims to support and promote innovation in service operations using emergent technology. Current technological innovations present ...


Internet of Things Cloud: Architecture and Implementation

IEEE Communications Magazine, 2016

The Internet of Things (IoT), which enables common objects to be intelligent and interactive, is considered the next evolution of the Internet. Its pervasiveness and ability to collect and analyze data that can be converted into information have motivated a plethora of IoT applications. For the successful deployment and management of these applications, cloud computing techniques are indispensable since they ...


At the Electronic Crossroads Once Again: The Myth of the Modern Computer Utility in the United States

IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, 2017

The term "computer utility" has been perennially present in the history of computing, though a precise definition of the term has been fleeting, even when it first appeared in the Mid-1960s. The recent resurgence of interest in the remote provision of computing power has brought with it the historical jumble of definitions that make up that term, and "computer utility" ...


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  • Exploiting ICN for Realizing Service-Oriented Communication in IoT

    The rapid growth in Internet of Things (IoT) deployment has posed unprecedented challenges to the underlying network design. We envision that tomorrow's global-scale IoT systems will focus on service-oriented data sharing and processing rather than point-to-point data collection. Requirements such as global reachability, mobility, communication diversity, and security will also develop naturally along with the change in the communication patterns. However, existing (IP-based) networks focus only on locations and point-to-point channels. The mismatch between the dynamic requirements and the functionalities provided by the network renders IoT communication inefficient and inconvenient. Information-centric networking (ICN) shifts the focus from location to the (identity of) information. This paradigm can naturally be adapted to IoT communication since service can also be identified as a type of information. To demonstrate the potential of ICN in IoT communication, this article adopts and modifies a particular example of ICN called MobilityFirst, and shows that the target architecture can satisfy the requirements posed by IoT communication. Similar adaptations can also be used by other ICN architectures such as NDN and XIA.

  • Dependable and Resilient Cloud Computing

    Summary form only given. Recent years have seen a growing interest among users in the migration of their applications to the Cloud computing environments. However, due to their high complexity, Cloud-based services often experience a large number of failures and security breaches, and consequently, impose numerous challenges on the dependability and resilience of users' applications. Unfortunately, current dependability and resilience solutions focus either on the infrastructure itself or on application analysis, but fail to consider the complex inter-dependencies between system components and application tasks. This aspect is highly crucial especially when Cloud environments are used, as it is increasingly considered nowadays, in critical applications.

  • Furthering Service 4.0: Harnessing Intelligent Immersive Environments and Systems

    With the increasing complexity of service operations in different industries and more advanced uses of specialized equipment and procedures, the great current challenge for companies is to increase employees' expertise and their ability to maintain and improve service quality. In this regard, Service 4.0 aims to support and promote innovation in service operations using emergent technology. Current technological innovations present a significant opportunity to provide on-site, real-time support for field service professionals in many areas. It should be no surprise, then, that intelligent immersive environments have the potential to enhance service operations by improving customer service and increasing overall efficiency. Intelligent immersive systems combine immersive technologies with computational intelligence mechanisms to produce adaptive, context-aware environments for advanced decisionmaking support. Such technologies, e.g., mixed reality (MR) and augmented reality (AR), can potentially enhance working environments, optimizing resources by reducing time and location restrictions, leading to much faster knowledge transfer and a deeper understanding of different processes. These methods can also promote faster response times to provide field service technicians with on-the-job assistance in unfamiliar situations.

  • Internet of Things Cloud: Architecture and Implementation

    The Internet of Things (IoT), which enables common objects to be intelligent and interactive, is considered the next evolution of the Internet. Its pervasiveness and ability to collect and analyze data that can be converted into information have motivated a plethora of IoT applications. For the successful deployment and management of these applications, cloud computing techniques are indispensable since they provide high computational capabilities as well as large storage capacity. This article aims at providing insights about the architecture, implementation, and performance of the IoT cloud. Several potential application scenarios of IoT cloud are studied, and an architecture is discussed regarding the functionality of each component. Moreover, the implementation details of the IoT cloud are presented along with the services that it offers. The main contributions of this article lie in the combination of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT) servers to offer IoT services in the architecture of the IoT cloud with various techniques to guarantee high performance. Finally, experimental results are given in order to demonstrate the service capabilities of the IoT cloud under certain conditions.

  • At the Electronic Crossroads Once Again: The Myth of the Modern Computer Utility in the United States

    The term "computer utility" has been perennially present in the history of computing, though a precise definition of the term has been fleeting, even when it first appeared in the Mid-1960s. The recent resurgence of interest in the remote provision of computing power has brought with it the historical jumble of definitions that make up that term, and "computer utility" is once again being applied to computer architectures though with little justification or exposition given regarding this use. This article attempts to determine whether past and present applications of the term share any commonalities and in doing so questions whether there has ever existed a true "computer utility." To do so, incarnations of the "computer utility" are examined in two time periods--the 1960s and the 1970s--during which time computer time-sharing enjoyed significant prosperity and now as cloud computing has become increasingly popular and prolific.

  • SDVisor: Secure Debug Enclave with Hypervisor

    Cloud computing is developing rapidly nowadays. The cloud computing infrastructure requires cloud users' complete confidence in cloud administrators. The importance of trust issue increases when come into joint cloud computing situation because substantial trust is necessary not only between customers and providers but also between different providers. Although cloud users may expect to keep their code and data to be secret, it is indeed difficult to promise. Various trusted executing environments are widely used to provide security guarantees to cloud computing. Among these Intel's Security Guard Extension (SGX) is now a common choice to protect sensitive code and data. SGX provide hardware supports to protect memory inside enclaves. However, the production mode SGX enclaves with full protection available can not be launched without a production license from Intel, while the free non-production enclaves are under the risk of leaking sensitive data to malicious privileged parties. To address this problem, we introduce SDVisor, a system aiming to achieve the security guarantees of Intel's SGX on enclaves without availability of production license. SDVisor provides a lightweight hypervisor which extends the SGX's safeguard policy to ensure the confidentiality and integrity of non-production enclaves. The enclaves are then named secure debug enclaves. SDVisor is also compatible with normal production enclaves so that production mode SGX-enabled applications can be executed originally as well. SDVisor leverages hardware virtualization to protect these secure debug enclaves so it maintains good performance.

  • Special Issue on Service-Oriented Collaborative Computing and Applications

    The seven papers in this special section focus on the research and development of service-oriented collaborative computing technologies and their applications to the design of products, processes, systems and services in an industrial and social viewpoint.

  • Editorial: Security and Dependability of Cloud Systems and Services

    The papers in this special issue on security and dependability of cloud systems and services. Service-based cloud computing systems are used nowadays in many business- and mission-critical scenarios. As the service-oriented paradigm increasingly spreads in a wide range of application fields, including big data, cloud storage, mobile cloud computing, and sensor cloud, there is a growing need for sound methodologies, algorithms and techniques for building services in which companies, organizations and citizens can trust and rely upon. Security and dependability are therefore becoming more and more relevant concerns for such systems, whose complexity, heterogeneity, and fast-changing dynamics bring difficult challenges to the research and industry communities.



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