Re: [Idnet] Intelligence-Defined Network Architecture and Call for Interests

Michele Zorzi <> Wed, 29 March 2017 22:24 UTC

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Hi all,

as I think I mentioned some time back, there is an interesting venue for 
the type of work this community would like to promote, please check

Please note that, although "cognitive communications and networking" may 
immediately ring the "cognitive radio" bell and thereby raise negative 
feelings in people not interested in PHY and radio, our interpretation 
tries to be much broader, and in fact we are trying to promote a vision in 
which cognition is applied at all layers of the protocol stack and across 
the network, with machine learning techniques and software defined 
networking as two key ingredients.

As the EiC of this journal, I see it as a great opportunity if this 
community wants to start promoting good research in this area and I am 
willing to support it, e.g., through publishing (after rigorous 
peer-review of course) a good position paper/research roadmap coming from 
networking people.

Best regards and good luck with your meeting,