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Introduction to the Special Section on Resiliency for AI-enabled Smart Critical Infrastructures for 5G and Beyond

Introduction to the Special Section on Resiliency for AI-enabled Smart Critical Infrastructures... Introduction to the Special Section on Resiliency for AI-enabled Smart Critical Infrastructures for 5G and Beyond Modern critical infrastructures are becoming more and more important to defense against extreme threats. Critical infrastructures will play an essential role in our future ecosystems. 5G and B5G (Beyond 5G) provide the necessary transmission speed, latency, and connectivity requirements to improve the scalability, security, reliability, and resilience of existing infrastructures, and cre- ate additional opportunities for smart critical infrastructures to shape our society. In addition, 5G/B5G supports emerging and advanced networking paradigms, which are potential techniques to improve the flexibility, resilience, and performance of critical infrastructures. To make critical infrastructures self-adaptive and resilient under dynamic environments, AI- enabled solutions point the way to future development. This special issue sought to collect the most recent development and research outcomes for addressing the related theoretical and practi- cal aspects on resiliency for AI-enabled smart critical infrastructures, and for innovating new solu- tions targeting at the corresponding key challenges. A total of 10 submissions were accepted from 25 submitted articles. In what follows, we provide a brief review for each accepted manuscript. IN THIS SPECIAL ISSUE 5G positioning makes use of a number of edge devices http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks (TOSN) Association for Computing Machinery

Introduction to the Special Section on Resiliency for AI-enabled Smart Critical Infrastructures for 5G and Beyond

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Association for Computing Machinery
Copyright
Copyright © 2022 Copyright held by the owner/author(s).
ISSN
1550-4859
eISSN
1550-4867
DOI
10.1145/3538515
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Abstract

Introduction to the Special Section on Resiliency for AI-enabled Smart Critical Infrastructures for 5G and Beyond Modern critical infrastructures are becoming more and more important to defense against extreme threats. Critical infrastructures will play an essential role in our future ecosystems. 5G and B5G (Beyond 5G) provide the necessary transmission speed, latency, and connectivity requirements to improve the scalability, security, reliability, and resilience of existing infrastructures, and cre- ate additional opportunities for smart critical infrastructures to shape our society. In addition, 5G/B5G supports emerging and advanced networking paradigms, which are potential techniques to improve the flexibility, resilience, and performance of critical infrastructures. To make critical infrastructures self-adaptive and resilient under dynamic environments, AI- enabled solutions point the way to future development. This special issue sought to collect the most recent development and research outcomes for addressing the related theoretical and practi- cal aspects on resiliency for AI-enabled smart critical infrastructures, and for innovating new solu- tions targeting at the corresponding key challenges. A total of 10 submissions were accepted from 25 submitted articles. In what follows, we provide a brief review for each accepted manuscript. IN THIS SPECIAL ISSUE 5G positioning makes use of a number of edge devices

Journal

ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks (TOSN)Association for Computing Machinery

Published: Sep 19, 2022

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