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Internet Technology Letters will benefit from rapid review and publication to meet the needs of a fast-moving discipline, generating maximum impact for your articles. The magazine’s scope includes 5G architectures, the Internet of Things, the Web of Things, cyber-physical systems, Internet-enabled robotics, network software, cloud and fog computing, social media, and more.
Internet Technology Letters seeks high-quality, original short contributions to cutting-edge Internet technologies. So, in addition, Internet Technology Letters aims to rapidly disseminate relevant results in Internet Engineering, ranging from the physical to the service floors.
The founding editor-in-chief, Prof. Alfredo Grieco, has appointed a team of highly reputable associate editors who will handle the letters submitted and provide swift review rounds along with an unbiased selection process.
Internet Technology Letters
The Internet technology research area is evolving quickly, with new paradigms replacing old ones year after year. Over the past decade, scientists working in this area have helped drive the rapid evolution of xG mobile systems, the birth of Future Internet architectures, the explosion of the Internet of Things, the formulation of the Cyber-Physical System paradigm, the software nation of network infrastructures and protocols, the visualization of nanomachines, the design of communication systems based on molecules, the advent of the web of things and the industrial Internet, to name a few. All these activities are close link to each other. They must be based on the rapid and capillary exchange of results between research teams worldwide to make the most of the potential of the Internet in our Society.
For this reason, John Wiley & Sons are launching a ground-breaking international journal, Internet Technology Letters (ITL), seeking high-quality, original short contributions related to cutting-edge Internet technologies. ITIL aims to rapidly disseminate relevant Internet engineering results, ranging from the physical to the service floors. Expected review rounds are less than five weeks.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Architectures, protocols, and implementations 5G (and beyond)
- Non-orthogonal multiple access
- Hyperdense cellular networks
- Device-to-device communications
- or touch Internet
- Technologies, architectures, protocols, and services of the Internet of things
- or network of things
- Internet of Services
- or Internet of Vehicles
- Cyber-Physical-Social Systems
Emerging smart verticals
- or Smart Cities
- Smart Grids
- or smart health
- Smart Buildings
- Intelligent Transportation Systems
- Smart agriculture
- ICT for the challenges of Society
- Internet Robotics
- Deterministic protocols and services
- Deverticalization of middlewares
- Enabling technologies and Industry 4.0 use cases
Emerging wireless and optical technologies
- State-of-the-art broadband access networks
- Fiber-Wireless Networks
- Visible light communications
- Passive wireless sensors
- Low power wide area networks
- or narrowband IoT
- Networks with low power losses
- Wireless Body Area Networks
- or satellite networks
- Beyond state-of-the-art technologies
- Quantum communications
- Nanoscale communications
- Molecular communications
- Internet technologies enabled big data
- Machine Learning Approaches to Internet Technologies
- Network Virtualization
- Regional networks
Future Internet architectures
- Information-centric networks
- Network modeling and measurements
- Experimental validations
- Cloud, edge, and fog computing
- Peer-to-peer networks
- Content distribution networks
Services and Technologies of the 3rd Millennium
- Social networks and nomads
- Mobile and multimedia systems
- Augmented and Virtual Reality
- Network technologies in challenging and limited environments
- or virtual teams
- or online cData Protection
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And also, submissions through the new Research Exchange portal can be upload as a single document (containing the main text, tables, and figures) or with figures and tables provided as separate files. If your manuscript reaches the review stage, figures and tables must be provided in separate files. The main manuscript file can be submitted in Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) or LaTex (.tex) format.
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Your manuscript: This should be an editable file with text, figures, tables, or separate files, whichever you prefer. All required sections must be contained in your manuscript, including the abstract (which must be styled correct), introduction, methods, results, and conclusions. Figures and tables must have legends. Figures should be upload in the highest resolution possible. References may be submit in any style or format, as long as it is consistent throughout the manuscript. And also, supporting information must be submit in separate files. Suppose the manuscript, figures, or tables are difficult for you to read. In that case, they will also be difficult for the editors and reviewers, and the editorial office will return it to you for review. Your manuscript may also be return to you for review if the quality of the English language is poor.
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