About This Special Issue
Nowadays, getting around has become an essential part of everyday life: whether it is public transport or personal vehicles, the vast network of these means of transport is immensely complex to manage. Its management covers all the human and automated techniques to ensure the monitoring of transport, at best a performance improvement in the routing of different flows.
In this project, we focus on the case of urban road traffic and carry out a state of the art of its control by a fixed network of wireless sensors. Note that the case of mobile networks will only be weakly addressed because it represents a particular, selective and sometimes utopian aspect of distributed systems.
The main objective of this project is to provide a solution of a domain dispersed in multiple themes of the literature, and to combine it with the innovative and dynamic aspect that the distributed systems represent. At the same time, our focus is to present the particular case of traffic management in urban environments, based on the literature using fixed wireless sensor networks and by presenting tools to simulate the control Of urban road traffic. Aims and Scope:
Soft-Ware and Hard-Ware Engineering
Security in Mobile Systems
Mobile Broadband Services
Mobile Internet Devices
Mathematical Equations for Systems
Management System in Smart Cities
The B-Matching Problem in Hypergraphs
Mobile Applications Benefits and Risks
Big Data and Mobile Computing