special sessions

Special Session - 1 : PAAHR
    Pattern analysis for automated human recognition
    Session chair : Rajib Sarkar
                             Central Institute of Technology Raipur, India
                             
sarkar.rajibrcciit@gmail.com

Automated recognition of human can be found useful in surveillance, criminal detection, log maintenance and many other social scenarios. Today's challenges in achieving the automated recognition include large database management, fast recognition, recognition through low computation etc. This session will bring some insight and scope of development in this research topic.  Topics of Interest:
  • Face Recognition
  • Biometric system and architecture
  • Big biometric databases
  • BIometric feature extraction
  • Soft biometric and reidentification
  • Unconstrained biometrics
The articles to this special session can be submitted through Easychair selecting 'Topics' as 'Special Session: PAAHR'.
Special Session - 2 : NGWN
   Next Generation Wireless Networks
    Session chair : Ramesh Babu Battula
                             Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur, India
                             
ramsbattula@gmail.com

The proliferation of commercial and non-commercial activities over different wireless networked systems has brought new wireless network concerns on an unprecedented scale. As a result of rapid progress in research and development, today's wireless world witnesses several heterogeneous communication networks, such as a cellular network, satellite network, wireless local area network (WLAN), mobile ad hoc network (MANET), Bluetooth, Home RF network, and the sensor network. These networks are designed independently for some specific service needs of the mobile users and vary widely in terms of bandwidth, latency, area of coverage, cost, and quality of service (QoS) provisioning. None of these networks can simultaneously satisfy the low-latency, high-bandwidth, and ubiquitous-coverage needs of mobile users at a low transmission cost. However, these networks are complementary to each other their intelligent integration and co-ordinate operation can provide ubiquitous always Best Connection" to the mobile users. We refer to this integrated network as the Next Generation Wireless Networks (NGWN). This session will bring some insight and scope of development in this research topic.  Topics of Interest:
  • Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
  • Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks
  • Cognitive Radio Networks
  • Wireless Mesh Networks
  • Long Term Evolution (LTE)
  • Advanced Wireless Networks
  • Underground/Underwater water
     sensor networks
  • Nano-Communication networks
The articles to this special session can be submitted through Easychair selecting 'Topics' as 'Special Session: NGWN'.
Special Session - 3 : AS
   Autonomous Systems
    Session chairs : B.B.V.L. Deepak and D.R.K. Parhi
                                  National Institute of Technology Rourkela, India

                                  
bbv@nitrkl.ac.in, drkparhi@nitrkl.ac.in

Autonomous Systems carry articles relate to fundamental developments in order to accomplish goals without human intervention. The main aim of this special session is to extend the state of the art on the theoretical, computational and experimental aspects of intelligent systems, or modules of such systems. This session will bring some insight and scope of development in this research topic.  Topics of Interest:
  • Behaviour based control strategies
  • Mobile robot navigation
  • Path/Trajectory planning
  • Sensor fusion & data
    interpretation
  • Wireless Mesh Networks
  • Unmanned systems (UAV/UGV)
  • Industrial applications of
    autonomous systems
  • CAD-based automation
  • Reverse engineering
  • Mechatronics & MEMs
The articles to this special session can be submitted through Easychair selecting 'Topics' as 'Special Session: AS'.

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