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Big Data Networks welcomes submissions that report innovative solutions to problems of network and data scale in communication, information, and interaction networks. The scope includes but is not limited to i) computer communication networks; ii) networks for sensing and telemetry; iii) application networks including the web; iv) platforms such as online social media networks; and, more broadly, v) networks representing relationships between entities, e.g., resources and consumers.
Potential contexts include i) network design, operations, and management; ii) measurement of network performance and resource usage; iii) characterization of users, relationships and information flows. Approaches may cover any area of the Big Data lifecycle, including data acquisition, storage and verification; scalable computation systems and methods; Data Science and statistical approaches to knowledge discovery and modeling, decision support and prediction, including machine learning and AI; and, operational systems and tool derived from Big Data analyses. All submissions should explicitly state the challenges for network and data scale that motivates the reported work.
Submissions to Big Data Networks are no longer possible via Frontiers in Digital Humanities, as this field journal is now closed. This section still welcomes submissions via Frontiers in Big Data.
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