Pervasive and Mobile Computing

    As envisioned by Mark Weiser as early as 1991, pervasive computing systems and services have truly become integral parts of our daily lives. Tremendous developments in a multitude of technologies ranging from personalized and embedded smart devices (e.g., smartphones, sensors, wearables, IoTs, etc.) to ubiquitous connectivity, via a variety of wireless mobile communications and cognitive networking infrastructures, to advanced computing techniques (including edge, fog and cloud) and user-friendly middleware services and platforms have significantly contributed to the unprecedented advances in pervasive and mobile computing. Cutting-edge applications and paradigms have evolved, such as cyber-physical systems and smart environments (e.g., smart city, smart energy, smart transportation, smart healthcare, etc.) that also involve human in the loop through social interactions and participatory and/or mobile crowd sensing, for example. The goal of pervasive computing systems is to improve human experience and quality of life, without explicit awareness of the underlying communications and computing technologies.

    Author Distribution

    Top Authors ( author's name : number of papers / citations )

    2014
    Petr Slovak: 1 / 9
    Nils Jager: 1 / 9
    Geraldine Fitzpatrick: 1 / 9
    Holger Schnadelbach: 1 / 9
    Prithwish Basu: 1 / 8
    Jie Bao: 1 / 8
    Michael Dean: 1 / 8
    James A Hendler: 1 / 8
    Arunabha Sen: 2 / 4
    Shahrzad Shirazipourazad: 2 / 4
    Subir Bandyopadhyay: 2 / 4
    Radim Bartos: 1 / 3
    James Swan: 1 / 3
    Ying Li: 1 / 3
    Johannes Ingi Arnason: 1 / 0
    Andrew R Nix: 1 / 0
    Tom Pfeifer: 1 / 0
    Allan Kim Koudal: 1 / 0
    Subir Biswas: 1 / 0
    Bo Dong: 1 / 0
    2015
    Martin Fierz: 1 / 117
    Olga Saukh: 1 / 117
    Tabita Arn: 1 / 117
    Lothar Thiele: 1 / 117
    Christoph Walser: 1 / 117
    David Hasenfratz: 1 / 117
    Christoph Hueglin: 1 / 117
    Jan Beutel: 1 / 117
    Sandeep K. Sood: 1 / 77
    Sheetal Kalra: 1 / 77
    Xiaofeng Chen: 2 / 54
    Youcheng Zhang: 1 / 54
    Haiyan Zhu: 1 / 54
    Haibing Lu: 1 / 54
    Yanjiang Yang: 1 / 54
    Kimkwang Raymond Choo: 1 / 54
    Jian Weng: 1 / 54
    Paolo Barsocchi: 1 / 53
    Mario G. C. A. Cimino: 1 / 53
    Alessio Merlo: 1 / 53
    2016
    Andrea Sciarrone: 2 / 53
    Fabio Lavagetto: 1 / 35
    Mario Marchese: 1 / 35
    Igor Bisio: 1 / 35
    Venet Osmani: 1 / 33
    AngéLica MuñOz-MeléNdez: 1 / 33
    Alban Maxhuni: 1 / 33
    Humberto Perez: 1 / 33
    Eduardo F. Morales: 1 / 33
    Oscar Mayora: 1 / 33
    Deborah Falcone: 1 / 26
    Carmela Comito: 1 / 26
    Domenico Talia: 1 / 26
    Jemin George: 1 / 24
    Prasanna Giridhar: 1 / 24
    Frida Ferdani Putri: 1 / 24
    Raghu K. Ganti: 1 / 24
    Tarek F. Abdelzaher: 1 / 24
    Lance M. Kaplan: 1 / 24
    Dong Wang: 1 / 24
    2017
    Jian Shen: 2 / 82
    Xingming Sun: 1 / 76
    Jun Shen: 1 / 76
    Dengzhi Liu: 1 / 76
    Qi Liu: 1 / 76
    Geyong Min: 2 / 65
    Po Yang: 1 / 62
    Oliver Amft: 1 / 62
    Feng Dong: 1 / 62
    Jun Qi: 1 / 62
    Lida Xu: 1 / 62
    Diego MartíN: 1 / 53
    TomáS Robles: 1 / 53
    RamóN Alcarria: 1 / 53
    Borja Bordel: 1 / 53
    Vladimir Stantchev: 1 / 43
    Ricardo Colomo Palacios: 1 / 43
    Francisco José GarcíA-PeñAlvo: 1 / 43
    Sanjay Misra: 1 / 43
    Rui Dinis: 1 / 41
    2018
    Azizur Rahim: 2 / 57
    Sajal K. Das: 2 / 56
    Xiangjie Kong: 1 / 52
    Feng Xia: 1 / 52
    Zhaolong Ning: 1 / 52
    Jinzhong Wang: 1 / 52
    Noor Ullah: 1 / 52
    Manu Elappila: 1 / 22
    Suchismita Chinara: 1 / 22
    Dayal Ramakrushna Parhi: 1 / 22
    Zhiping Cai: 1 / 15
    Anfeng Liu: 1 / 15
    Yuxin Liu: 1 / 15
    Yingying Ren: 1 / 15
    Ning Zhang: 1 / 15
    Neal N. Xiong: 1 / 15
    Vishakha Singh: 1 / 12
    Prasanta K. Jana: 1 / 12
    Amar Kaswan: 1 / 12
    Haider Mshali: 1 / 11

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