Special Issue: Selected Papers from EAI Chinacom 2021 - 16th EAI International Conference on Communications and Networking in China

Secial Issue on Intelligent based Image and Vision Computing for Future Video Surveillance

Theme and Scope

The video surveillance applications require massive devices with real-time computation for monitoring, recognition, analysis, and mining, leading to tremendous opportunities for the smart city and community. This challenge has brought several issues for developing intelligent methods for large scale and sustainable video data.

Recently, intelligent methods have been investigated to cope with future video surveillance, that integrate a variety of technologies, including machine learning (especially deep learning), artificial intelligence, computer vision, Internet of Things, sensors, etc., to achieve video surveillance. They have shown their great potentials in real-time monitoring, intelligent processing, understanding and efficient storage of video and multimedia data. We expected that the efficiency, accuracy, predictive value, and benefits of intelligence method will greatly improve in the years to come. Thus, the future video surveillance systems should include hardware, computational models, databases, and software that optimize the acquisition, transmission, processing, storage, retrieval, analysis, and interpretation of vast volumes of image and vision data.

This special issue will provide the image/video community with a forum to present new academic research and industrial development in future video surveillance.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

QoS/QoE provisioning for video surveillance

self-supervised smart video surveillance

multi-intelligent and robust communications with video surveillance

smart video-based modeling and optimization

smart multimedia networking with video surveillance

Incentive for smart video surveillance system

Network analytics with smart video surveillance

Video-based Intelligent medical treatment and emergency care


Important Dates

Submission window opens: November 25, 2021

Manuscript submission deadline: March 20, 2022

Notification of acceptance: April 25, 2022

Submission of final revised paper: May 25, 2022

Publication of special issue (tentative): November 30, 2022


Submission Procedure

Papers will be evaluated on their merits, contribution to the service/cloud computing field, suitability to the special issue, and overall quality. All papers will be rigorously referred by 3-5 reviewers. Submission of a manuscript to this special issue implies that no similar paper is already accepted or will be submitted to any other conference or journal.


Instructions for Manuscripts

Each paper, written in English, the maximum words number in each paper should be below 8,000 words, including references and illustrations. More information can be found at https://jit.ndhu.edu.tw/. Before submission authors should carefully read over the journal’s Author Guidelines, which are located at https://jit.ndhu.edu.tw/about/submissions#authorGuidelines.

Prospective authors should submit an electronic copy of their complete manuscript through the journal Manuscript Tracking System at https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/internet-tech.  When submitting papers, authors should specify that the manuscript is for Special Issue on “Chinacom 2021”. The manuscript template can be found at https://jit.ndhu.edu.tw/about/submissions#authorGuideline.

Guest Editors:

Prof. Xiaoxian Yang

Shanghai Polytechnic University, China

E-mail: xxyang@sspu.edu.cn


Prof. Jung Yoon Kim

Gachon University, South Korea

E-mail: kjyoon@gachon.ac.kr 

Prof. Walayat Hussain

University of Technology Sydney, Australia

E-mail: Walayat.Hussain@uts.edu.au

Prof. Honghao Gao

Shanghai University, China

E-mail: gaohonghao@shu.edu.cn