Sensors & Transducers Journal: Call for Articles (Special Issue)
(ISSN: 2306-8515, e-ISSN 1726-5479)
Protocols for Emerging Wireless Sensor Networks
A Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is mostly used to sense and communicate the sensed data. With an ever increasing advancement in hardware and software for WSNs, the WSNs are being actively used in different scenarios, e.g., smart cities, Internet of things, intelligent transportation, video-surveillance, infrastructure monitoring, security, disaster control, industrial control, and assisted living to name, but a few. Emerging types of WSNs have diverse application domains, therefore these networks are required to cope with heterogeneous set of applications. E.g., a network deployed to monitor an industrial process needs to react in a real-time manner to ensure proper functionality of the industrial process, a network deployed for video-surveillance mostly needs to provide soft end-to-end delay and reliability guarantees, and may be at the same time the network is required to provide classic sensing and reporting facility. Moreover, a single network may be required to provide the different kinds of mentioned services. Therefore, using the same type of protocols at the different layer of the networking protocol stack for the heterogeneous set of applications, may not help to realize the vision of the emerging types of WSNs. Hence, for the emerging types of WSNs, a progress is required in different types of protocols to effectively handle and manage heterogeneous set of applications.
Researchers and experts are invited to contribute original research articles as well as review articles in realizing the vision of the emerging WSNs through different set of protocols. We solicited research and review papers in the following areas for the emerging types of WSNs, but are not limited to:
Sensors & Transducers is established, international, peer-reviewed, open access journal (print and electronic). It provides the best platform for the researchers and scientist worldwide to exchange their latest findings and results in science and technology of physical, chemical sensors and biosensors. The journal publishes original results of scientific and research works related to strategic and applied studies in all aspects of sensors: reviews, regular research and application specific papers, and short notes. In comparison with other sensors related journals, which are mainly focused on technological aspects and sensing principles, the Sensors & Transducers journal significantly contributes in areas, which are not adequately addressed in other journals, namely: frequency (period), duty-cycle, time-interval, PWM, phase-shift, pulse number output sensors and transducers; sensor systems; digital, smart, intelligent sensors and systems designs; signal processing and ADC in sensor systems; advanced sensor fusion; sensor networks; applications, etc. By this way the journal significantly enriches the appropriate databases of knowledge.
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The main reasons to publish your article in Sensors & Transducers journal:
1. Quick publication: 2-3 months from submission for standard
publications and 1 month from submission for rapid publications.
Articles received are immediately processed
2. Very reasonable publication fee, which is dependent on country's economy.
3. No space constraints: number pages per article is not limited.
4. Transparent and high standard international peer review by experienced international reviewers.
5. High visibility of your research.
6. Substantial publishing experience: thousands of articles have been successfully published since 2000.
7. Complementary full page journal's issue in pdf format.
8. The first full color sensor related journal in the World.
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Dr. Muhammad Umer Farooq, University College Cork, Ireland
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