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Future Communication Systems Using Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things and Data Science - Inam Ullah

Future Communication Systems Using Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things and Data Science

By: Inam Ullah (Editor), Inam Ullah Khan (Editor), Mariya Ouaissa (Editor), Mariyam Ouaissa (Editor), Salma El Hajjami (Editor)

Hardcover | 14 June 2024

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Future Communication Systems Using Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things and Data Science mainly focuses on the techniques of artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT) and data science for future communications systems.

The goal of AI, IoT and data science for future communications systems is to create a venue for industry and academics to collaborate on the development of network and system solutions based on data science, AI and IoT. Recent breakthroughs in IoT, mobile and fixed communications and computation have paved the way for a data-centric society of the future. New applications are increasingly reliant on machine-to-machine connections, resulting in unusual workloads and the need for more efficient and dependable infrastructures. Such a wide range of traffic workloads and applications will necessitate dynamic and highly adaptive network environments capable of self-optimization for the task at hand while ensuring high dependability and ultra-low latency.

Networking devices, sensors, agents, meters and smart vehicles/systems generate massive amounts of data, necessitating new levels of security, performance and dependability. Such complications necessitate the development of new tools and approaches for providing successful services, management and operation. Predictive network analytics will play a critical role in insight generation, process automation required for adapting and scaling to new demands, resolving issues before they impact operational performance (e.g., preventing network failures and anticipating capacity requirements) and overall network decision-making. To increase user experience and service quality, data mining and analytic techniques for inferring quality of experience (QoE) signals are required.

AI, IoT, machine learning, reinforcement learning and network data analytics innovations open new possibilities in areas such as channel modeling and estimation, cognitive communications, interference alignment, mobility management, resource allocation, network control and management, network tomography, multi-agent systems and network ultra-broadband deployment prioritization. These new analytic platforms will aid in the transformation of our networks and user experience. Future networks will enable unparalleled automation and optimization by intelligently gathering, analyzing, learning and controlling huge volumes of information.

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