The EAI/Springer Innovations in Communications and Computing (EAISICC) book series is a collaboration between EAI and Springer focusing primarily on communications and computing engineering.
In a very short time, the EAISICC book series crossed the mark of 50 books published and in-process, obtaining SCOPUS indexing in just two years, while Ei Compendex and ISI Web of Science and other indexes expected soon.
With EAI actively promoting the book series to its over 150,000 subscribers, and the books archived in Springer, the world’s largest engineering repository, the series serves as a great way to disseminate the results of your research to a much wider audience and to gain recognition for your work. EAISICC Editors receive recognition by EAI Community and receive special invitations to engage with EAI activities.
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EAISICC series aims to bring a comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art Information technologies and their impact on society. As such, this series follows the EAI spirit of interdisciplinary collaboration and community.
Two types of books are being published in this series:
- Edited book – a publication comprised of chapters written by various authors from editors’ networks (also providing an outlet for the best conference papers from a number of EAI‘s well-established technical conferences)
- Authored book –a publication with sequence connection between the chapters, written by one or more authors.
All volumes in the series will be available in a high quality print and digital format. All books will be formatted for comfortable use on many different devices such as Amazon Kindle, Google Android, and Apple iPhone or iPad to reach smooth functioning and to avoid any reading problems.
Volumes in this book series cover the range of topics that together contribute to the vision of a connected world. EAI volumes under preparation include cognitive radio, wireless networks, body area networks, pervasive computing technologies, mobile computing and ubiquitous systems, bio-inspired ICT, security and privacy in communication networks, e-infrastructure for developing countries, and others. Proposals on new topics that form the driving forces behind the internet of things, smart cities, e-health, and future internet are welcome.
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