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Innovative Technologies in Pervasive Computing

Submission Deadline: 29 November 2021 (closed)

Guest Editors

Dr. P. Deiva Sundari, KCG College of Technology, India.
Dr. Dhanalakshmi R, KCG College of Technology, India.
Dr. Arun Kumar Sivaraman, Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), India.
Dr. Sita Rani, Gulzar Group of Institutes, India.
Dr. Kong Fah TEE, University of Greenwich, United Kingdom.


Pervasive Computing is a notion that is concerned with the computerization of everyday objects It refers to the presence of computational capability in these objects in a manner that people are unaware of, but benefitted from their presence. This is achieved by embedding these objects with microprocessors which are usually designed to achieve a particular task. It enables users to access computational power anywhere and anytime, without the requirement of a dedicated wired setup.


The aim of research in pervasive computing is to provide efficient access to technology on the move, similar to mobile computing, but takes it a step further by improving technology and convenience using the concepts of IoT and automation. Pervasive computing will also pave the way for greater integration between devices, which will significantly boost information transfer and communication systems. A major emphasis in the principles of pervasive computing is to make technology easy to use and convenient for users across all demographics.


This Special Issue seeks original, high-quality contributions that present novel pervasive computing research methodologies. Original research and review articles are warmly welcome to this issue.


Scope of Special Issue:


- Pervasive Computing and the workplace

- Pervasive Computing and home automation

- Pervasive Computing in health care

- Pervasive Computing against natural disasters

- Pervasive Computing in transportation

- Pervasive Computing in education


Human-centered computing, Mobile interaction, Smart city, Pervasive computing, Ubiquitous robot, Wearable computer

Published Papers

  • Open Access


    Energy and Bandwidth Based Link Stability Routing Algorithm for IoT

    D. Kothandaraman, A. Balasundaram, R. Dhanalakshmi, Arun Kumar Sivaraman, S. Ashokkumar, Rajiv Vincent, M. Rajesh
    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.70, No.2, pp. 3875-3890, 2022, DOI:10.32604/cmc.2022.020744
    (This article belongs to the Special Issue: Innovative Technologies in Pervasive Computing)
    Abstract Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming popular nowadays for collecting and sharing the data from the nodes and among the nodes using internet links. Particularly, some of the nodes in IoT are mobile and dynamic in nature. Hence maintaining the link among the nodes, efficient bandwidth of the links among the mobile nodes with increased life time is a big challenge in IoT as it integrates mobile nodes with static nodes for data processing. In such networks, many routing-problems arise due to difficulties in energy and bandwidth based quality of service. Due to the mobility… More >

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