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Workshop proposals are accepted until:
April 10, 2017
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WCTS 2017, Wireless Cloud-based Technologies and Systems (ICETE)
Chair(s): Pedro Pinto and Luís Barreto
Wireless Cloud-based Technologies and Systems -
April 26, 2017
May 15, 2017
Camera Ready and Registration:
May 29, 2017
The scope of the workshop will be dedicated to the new approaches concerning wireless cloud technologies, experiments, modeling and theoretical approaches to cover all aspects from the fundamentals to the applications beyond. This workshop allows to share and discuss the current challenges that researchers and corporations are facing towards designing and implementing wireless cloud-based architectures and also providing services and applications on top of these networks.
• Internet of Things;
• Network function virtualization;
• Software-defined networking;
• Reliability and availability for Wireless cloud-based services;
• Consistency and transparency for Wireless cloud-based services;
• Trust and security of wireless cloud-based services;
• Cloud-based mobile systems and services;
• Architecture for Internet-based virtual computing environments.