IEEE PerCom 2013 Workshop on Cognitive Computing and Communications (C3)


IEEE PerCom 2013 – Its First International Workshop on Cognitive
Computing and Communication (C3) for Systems

March 18-22, San Diego, CA, USA

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“Cognitive” design is very important in pervasive computing,
communication as well as systems. Typically it is based on the
utilization of machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms.
For example, sensors can be designed with smart, compressive sampling in
order to reduce sensor samples before they are processed further, sensor
systems can be made highly intelligent by employing cognition through
the use of distributed machine learning mechanisms, and wireless
platforms can be made cognitive through cognitive radios.

This international workshop aims to bring researchers together to
exchange ideas on the applications of cognitive computing and
communications (C3) for designing smart pervasive systems. Examples of
these systems include cognitive radios, biomedical systems, structure
health monitoring, smart grid, robots, GENI, and others. The workshop
will include around 15 presentations, posters, demos, and a panel

The papers submitted to this workshop can be about any of the
following topics:

• Cognitive Computing: Compressive sensing and machine learning for
signal pattern analysis, and artificial intelligence for cyber-physical
interactions, and others.

• Cognitive Communications: Cognitive and software defined radios,
bio-inspired communication schemes, and other intelligent communication
systems, etc.

• C3 for Pervasive Systems. Applications of C3 techniques for various
pervasive computing applications such as wireless and mobile platforms,
sensor and actor networks, and smart systems including the biomedical
systems, structure health monitoring, smart grid, robots, GENI, and

All papers will be submitted electronically through EDAS.
Submitted papers will undergo a rigorous and double-blind review process
handled by the Technical Program Committee. Authors’ names must not
appear in the paper. Camera-ready versions of accepted papers will be
limited to 6 pages in IEEE 8.5×11 conference format, and formatted in
accordance with the IEEE Computer Society author guidelines. The IEEE
LaTeX and Microsoft Word templates, as well as information for
formatting the manuscript can be found .

Important Dates:

Paper Submission:              October 30, 2012

Acceptance Notification:       December 21, 2012

Camera-Ready Due:              January 25, 2013

Workshop Co-Chairs
Fei Hu, The University of Alabama, USA
Sunil Kumar, San Diego State University, USA.

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