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Call for Book Chapters

on
Computational Intelligence in Sensor Networks

Editors

Bijan Bihari Mishra, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Sillicon Institute of
Technology, Bhubaneswar.
Satchidanand Dehuri, Department of ICT, FM University, India
B. K. Panigrahi, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Delhi.
Bhabani Shankar Prasad Mishra, School of Computer Engineering, KIIT University, India
Himansu Das, School of Computer Engineering, KIIT University, India

To be published in the " Studies in Computational Intelligence " book series, Springer.

Introduction
During the last decade the field of sensor network has attracted much of the researchers attention
worldwide. A sensor network is a network of distributed autonomous tiny electronic devices that can
sense/collect some natural environmental behaviour, process and communicate the information.
Consequently monitoring physical or environmental conditions became simple and effective.
Advances in sensor technology and computer networks have enabled sensor networks to evolve from
small clusters of large sensors to large networks of miniature sensors, from wired communications to
wireless communications, and from static network topology to dynamic topology. In spite of these
technological advances, sensor networks still face the challenges of communication and processing of
large amount of imprecise and partial data in resource constrained environments. Further, optimal
deployment of sensors in an environment is also posed as a NP-hard problem. Therefore, we believe
the computational intelligence approaches can suitably address the challenges in sensor networks i.e.,
in both wired and wireless environment.

Computational intelligence is an area of adaptive mechanisms to search and optimize the solution
using bio-inspired natural processes for very complex and changing environments. These mechanisms
include Neural Networks, Evolutionary computation, Swarm intelligence, Fuzzy systems, and/or
Hybrid Systems etc. these paradigms exhibit the ability to learn or adapt to new situations, generalize,
abstract, discover and associate. As most of the challenges faced by sensor networks are very
complex, and difficult to conclude in an optimal solution, the computational intelligence procedures
may provide promising solutions to some of the challenges posed above by sensor networks.

Recommended Topics

Topics of interest are considered in two parts; Part I includes concepts and advancement in Sensor
Networks and Part II includes application of Computational Intelligence Techniques in Sensor
Networks.

Part I:
Introduction sensor network
Architectures of sensor network
Resource allocation and models
Application of model
Information fusion
Optimal coverage
Energy efficiency
Robustness and fault tolerance
Localization
Deployment with self organizing capability
Routing protocols
Network virtualization
Security in sensor network
Data aggregation
Sensor network service provisioning
Deployment of sensor network
Sensor-cloud architecture and applications
Part II:
Genetic algorithms
Cellular automata
Simulated annealing
Artificial bee colony
Firefly algorithm
Cuckoo search
Bacterial foraging
Differential evolution
Particle swarm intelligence
Ant colony optimization
Game Theory
Coalition Formation
Cooperative game theory
Evolutionary algorithms
Swarm Intelligence
Bio-inspired algorithms

Submission Procedure:
Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit full chapters for this edited book entitled
Computational Intelligence in Sensor Networks on or before 30th November, 2017. All
submissions must be original and should not be under review by another publication. All submitted
papers will be reviewed on a double-blind, peer review basis.

Important Dates:

Full Chapter Submission: 30th November 2017


Notification to Authors: 25th December 2017
Submission of the revised versions: 15th January 2018
Final Acceptance Notification: 25th January 2018
Final Manuscript Submission: 30th January 2018

Manuscript Preparation:

Please prepare the manuscript according to the following guidelines:


https://www.springer.com/gp/authors-editors/book-authors-editors/manuscript-
preparation/5636%23c3324

Each final manuscript should be 25-30 pages.

Submission of chapter(s) via e-mail: mishra.bsp@gmail.com.