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New & Forthcoming Titles | Urban Computing

Urban Computing

Urban Computing

Series Editors: A. F. Loureiro, Antonio, H. Silva, Thiago

ISSN: 2510-2575

The Urban Computing book series publishes high-quality research content devoted to the study and applications of computing technology in urban areas. The main scope is on current scientific developments and innovative techniques in urban computing, bringing to light methods from computer science, statistics, urban planning, health care, engineering, anthropology, geography and other fields that directly address urban problems using computer-based strategies. All book proposals are peer-reviewed by either the editorial board members or by ad hoc reviewers. Book types can be research monographs, edited books, graduate-level textbooks or reference works (encyclopedias, handbooks). This series accepts book proposals from all over the world. Prospective authors do not need to be members of the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC).

Suggested topics for prospective titles for the Urban Computing series include:

Architectures and Protocols for Urban Environments
Case studies in Urban Environments
City Life Improvement Through Mobile Services and Big Data
Crowdsourced data acquisition in Urban Environments
Cyber-physical systems
e-Health and m-Health
Green Computing in Urban Environments
Human Mobility
Intelligent Transportation Systems
Internet of Things in Urban Areas
Location-based Services in Urban Environments
Metering Infrastructures in Urban Environments
Mobile Cloud Computing
Mobile Sensing
Navigation in the Urban Environment
Recommendation Systems in Urban Spaces
Reliability and Security/Trust in Urban Computing
Semantic Sensing for Urban Information Gathering
Smart Cities
Smart Environment
Smart Grid and Urban Energy Distribution
Social Computing
Standards for Urban Computing
Urban Computing
Urban Economy Based on Big Data
Urban Heterogeneous Data Management
Urban Human-Computer Interaction
Urban Planning using Big Data
User-data interaction in Urban Environments
Using data in heterogeneous environments and Vehicular Sensor Networks

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