Implementing Data Analytics and Architectures for Next Generation Wireless Communications

Author: Bhatt, Chintan

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 227

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Wireless communication is continuously evolving to improve and be a part of our daily communication. This leads to improved quality of services and applications supported by networking technologies. We are now able to use LTE, LTE-Advanced, and other emerging technologies due to the enormous efforts that are made to improve the quality of service in cellular networks. As the future of networking is uncertain, the use of deep learning and big data analytics is a point of focus as it can work in many capacities at a variety of levels for wireless communications. Implementing Data Analytics and Architectures for Next Generation Wireless Communications addresses the existing and emerging theoretical and practical challenges in the design, development, and implementation of big data algorithms, protocols, architectures, and applications for next generation wireless communications and their applications in smart cities. The chapters of this book bring together academics and industrial practitioners to exchange, discuss, and implement the latest innovations and applications of data analytics in advanced networks. Specific topics covered include key encryption techniques, smart home appliances, fog communication networks, and security in the internet of things. This book is valuable for technologists, data analysts, networking experts, practitioners, researchers, academicians, and students.

Challenges and Risks Involved in Deploying 6G and NextGen Networks

Author: Bharathy, A.M. Viswa

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 258

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There is a need to be aware of the challenges awaiting us in next generation (NextGen) networks in order to take the proper steps to either minimize or eliminate issues as they present themselves. Incorporating artificial intelligence in NextGen networks for privacy and security policies will serve this purpose. It is essential to stay current with these emerging technologies and applications in order to maintain safe and secure communications in the future. Challenges and Risks Involved in Deploying 6G and NextGen Networks explores strategies for the design and deployment of more secured and user-centered NextGen networks through artificial intelligence to enrich user experience. It further investigates the political, social, and geographical challenges involved in realizing these 6G networks and explores ways to improve the security of future potential applications as well as protect user data from illegal access. Covering topics such as deep learning algorithms, aerial network communication, and edge computing, this major reference work is an indispensable resource for regulatory and policy groups, associations and technology groups, government and international bodies, technology executives and technical institutions, management consulting and advisory firms, communication engineers, network engineers, students and educators of higher education, researchers, and academicians.

Handbook of Research on Design, Deployment, Automation, and Testing Strategies for 6G Mobile Core Network

Author: Kumar, D. Satish

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 490

View: 688

To overcome the constraints of 5G for supporting new challenges, 6G wireless systems must be developed with new and attractive features. These systems are expected to increase performance and maximize quality of service several folds more than 5G along with other exciting features. However, 6G is still in its infancy and must be explored. The Handbook of Research on Design, Deployment, Automation, and Testing Strategies for 6G Mobile Core Network discusses the technological feats used in the new 6G wireless systems. It discusses the design, automation, and uses for industry as well as testing strategies. Covering topics such as 6G architecture, smart healthcare, and wireless communication, this major reference work is an excellent resource for computer scientists, engineers, students and professors in higher education, researchers, and academicians.

Achieving Full Realization and Mitigating the Challenges of the Internet of Things

Author: Odhiambo, Marcel Ohanga

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 263

View: 154

As the internet of things market is booming, several issues are delaying the full realization of the technology. Currently, business competitors are jockeying for a piece of the market, meaning solutions from researchers that address these issues is crucial for internet of things technology developers. Overpromising followed by underdelivering has been the current approach by many innovators, and the mismatch results in losses in production, orphaned technologies, and frequent system failures. Solutions that address internet of things performance issues must be studied in order to take full advantage of this emerging market. Achieving Full Realization and Mitigating the Challenges of the Internet of Things addresses the challenges faced in rolling out internet of things technologies as well as the various performance issues. Covering a range of topics such as cybersecurity and connectivity issues, this reference work is ideal for industry professionals, academicians, researchers, practitioners, technology developers, instructors, and students.

Research Anthology on Securing Medical Systems and Records

Author: Management Association, Information Resources

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 1060

View: 472

With the influx of internet and mobile technology usage, many medical institutions—from doctor’s offices to hospitals—have implemented new online technologies for the storage and access of health data as well as the monitoring of patient health. Telehealth was particularly useful during the COVID-19 pandemic, which monumentally increased its everyday usage. However, this transition of health data has increased privacy risks, and cyber criminals and hackers may have increased access to patient personal data. Medical staff and administrations must remain up to date on the new technologies and methods in securing these medical systems and records. The Research Anthology on Securing Medical Systems and Records discusses the emerging challenges in healthcare privacy as well as the technologies, methodologies, and emerging research in securing medical systems and enhancing patient privacy. It provides information on the implementation of these technologies as well as new avenues of medical security research. Covering topics such as biomedical imaging, internet of things, and watermarking, this major reference work is a comprehensive resource for security analysts, data scientists, hospital administrators, leaders in healthcare, medical professionals, health information managers, medical professionals, mobile application developers, security professionals, technicians, students, libraries, researchers, and academicians.

Enabling Technologies and Architectures for Next-Generation Networking Capabilities

Author: Elkhodr, Mahmoud

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 384

View: 703

With the rise of mobile and wireless technologies, more sustainable networks are necessary to support communication. These next-generation networks can now be utilized to extend the growing era of the Internet of Things. Enabling Technologies and Architectures for Next-Generation Networking Capabilities is an essential reference source that explores the latest research and trends in large-scale 5G technologies deployment, software-defined networking, and other emerging network technologies. Featuring research on topics such as data management, heterogeneous networks, and spectrum sensing, this book is ideally designed for computer engineers, technology developers, network administrators and researchers, professionals, and graduate-level students seeking coverage on current and future network technologies.

Enabling Technologies for Next Generation Wireless Communications

Author: Mohammed Usman

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 281

View: 410

Enabling Technologies for Next Generation Wireless Communications provides up-to-date information on emerging trends in wireless systems, their enabling technologies and their evolving application paradigms. This book includes the latest trends and developments toward next generation wireless communications. It highlights the requirements of next generation wireless systems, limitations of existing technologies in delivering those requirements and the need to develop radical new technologies. It focuses on bringing together information on various technological developments that are enablers vital to fulfilling the requirements of future wireless communication systems and their applications. Topics discussed include spectrum issues, network planning, signal processing, transmitter, receiver, antenna technologies, channel coding, security and application of machine learning and deep learning for wireless communication systems. The book also provides information on enabling business models for future wireless systems. This book is useful as a resource for researchers and practitioners worldwide, including industry practitioners, technologists, policy decision-makers, academicians, and graduate students.

Spectrum Sharing in Cognitive Radio Networks

Towards Highly Connected Environments

Author: Ghanshyam Singh

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 384

View: 179

SPECTRUM SHARING IN COGNITIVE RADIO NETWORKS Discover the latest advances in spectrum sharing in wireless networks from two internationally recognized experts in the field Spectrum Sharing in Cognitive Radio Networks: Towards Highly Connected Environments delivers an in-depth and insightful examination of hybrid spectrum access techniques with advanced frame structures designed for efficient spectrum utilization. The accomplished authors present the energy and spectrum efficient frameworks used in high-demand distributed architectures by relying on the self-scheduled medium access control (SMC-MAC) protocol in cognitive radio networks. The book begins with an exploration of the fundamentals of recent advances in spectrum sharing techniques before moving onto advanced frame structures with spectrum accessing approaches and the role of spectrum prediction and spectrum monitoring to eliminate interference. The authors also cover spectrum mobility, interference, and spectrum management for connected environments in substantial detail. Spectrum Sharing in Cognitive Radio Networks: Towards Highly Connected Environments offers readers a recent and rational theoretical mathematical model of spectrum sharing strategies that can be used for practical simulation of future generation wireless communication technologies. It also highlights ongoing trends, revealing fresh research outcomes that will be of interest to active researchers in the area. Readers will also benefit from: An inclusive study of connected environments, 3GPP Releases, and the evolution of wireless communication generations with a discussion of advanced frame structures and access strategies in cognitive radio networks A treatment of cognitive radio networks using spectrum prediction and monitoring techniques An analysis of the effects of imperfect spectrum monitoring on cognitive radio networks An exploration of spectrum mobility in cognitive radio networks using spectrum prediction and monitoring techniques An examination of MIMO-based CR-NOMA communication systems for spectral and interference efficient designs Perfect for senior undergraduate and graduate students in Electrical and Electronics Communication Engineering programs, Spectrum Sharing in Cognitive Radio Networks: Towards Highly Connected Environments will also earn a place in the libraries of professional engineers and researchers working in the field, whether in private industry, government, or academia.

Proceedings of the International Conference on Paradigms of Computing, Communication and Data Sciences

PCCDS 2020

Author: Mayank Dave

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1001

View: 888

This book presents best selected papers presented at the International Conference on Paradigms of Computing, Communication and Data Sciences (PCCDS 2020), organized by National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra, India, during 1–3 May 2020. It discusses high-quality and cutting-edge research in the areas of advanced computing, communications and data science techniques. The book is a collection of latest research articles in computation algorithm, communication and data sciences, intertwined with each other for efficiency.

Analysis and Design of Next-Generation Software Architectures

5G, IoT, Blockchain, and Quantum Computing

Author: Arthur M. Langer

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 308

View: 131

This book provides a detailed “how-to” guide, addressing aspects ranging from analysis and design to the implementation of applications, which need to be integrated within legacy applications and databases. The analysis and design of the next generation of software architectures must address the new requirements to accommodate the Internet of things (IoT), cybersecurity, blockchain networks, cloud, and quantum computer technologies. As 5G wireless increasingly establishes itself over the next few years, moving legacy applications into these new architectures will be critical for companies to compete in a consumer-driven and social media-based economy. Few organizations, however, understand the challenges and complexities of moving from a central database legacy architecture to a ledger and networked environment. The challenge is not limited to just designing new software applications. Indeed, the next generation needs to function more independently on various devices, and on more diverse and wireless-centric networks. Furthermore, databases must be broken down into linked list-based blockchain architectures, which will involve analytic decisions regarding which portions of data and metadata will be processed within the chain, and which ones will be dependent on cloud systems. Finally, the collection of all data throughout these vast networks will need to be aggregated and used for predictive analysis across a variety of competitive business applications in a secured environment. Certainly not an easy task for any analyst/designer! Many organizations will continue to use packaged products and open-source applications. These third-party products will need to be integrated into the new architecture paradigms and have seamless data aggregation capabilities, while maintaining the necessary cyber compliances. The book also clearly defines the roles and responsibilities of the stakeholders involved, including the IT departments, users, executive sponsors, and third-party vendors. The book’s structure also provides a step-by-step method to help ensure a higher rate of success in the context of re-engineering existing applications and databases, as well as selecting third-party products, conversion methods and cybercontrols. It was written for use by a broad audience, including IT developers, software engineers, application vendors, business line managers, and executives.