Annals of Telecommunications

An international journal publishing original peer-reviewed papers

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Open Topics

Vol. 72, n° 11-12, November-December 2017

– Improving spectrum efficiency in self-organized femtocells using learning automata and fractional frequency reuse;
Maryam Nasr-Esfahani, Behrouz Shahgholi Ghahfarokhi
– Erasure correction-based CSMA/CA;
Patrick Tortelier, Didier Le Ruyet
– Fronthaul-aware superposition coding for noncoherent transmission in C-RAN downlink;
Seok-Hwan Park, Changick Song
– A new look at AF two-way relaying networks: energy harvesting architecture and impact of co-channel interference;
Nguyen Thanh Luan, Dinh-Thuan Do
– Femtocells in centralized systems: green operation and radio resource management techniques;
Elias Yaacoub
– GA3: scalable, distributed address assignment for dynamic data center networks;
Elisa Rojas, Joaquin Alvarez-Horcajo, Isaias Martinez-Yelmo, Jose M. Arco, Juan A. Carral
– Matrix differentiation for capacity region of Gaussian multiple access channels under weighted total power constraint;
Zhao-Xu Yang, Guang-She Zhao, Guoqi Li, Hai-Jun Rong
– Leveraging node gatherings to save cellular resources;
Salah-Eddine Belouanas, Mehdi Bezahaf, kim-Loan Thai, Prométhée Spathis, Marcelo Dias de Amorim
– Relay selection in two-way full-duplex relay networks over Nakagami-m fading channels;
Asil Koç, İbrahim Altunbaş, Abbas Yongaçoğlu
– Crowded spot estimator for urban cellular networks;
Sahar Hoteit, Stefano Secci, Marco Premoli
– Discrimination rate: an attribute-centric metric to measure privacy;
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Special issue | Security, Privacy and Forensics in the Critical Infrastructure: Advances and Future Directions

Vol. 72, n° 9-10, September-October 2017

Guest editors
– B. B. Gupta, National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra, India
– Dharma P. Agrawal, university of Cincinnati, USA
– Shingo Yamaguchi, yamaguchi University, Japan
– Nalin A. G. Arachchilage, University of New South Wales, Australia
– Suresh Veluru, United Technologies Research Centre, Ireland
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The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBITAK) has engaged in a political purge targeting specificTurkish scientists, most notably via an official circular to all scientific journals, sent on March 24th 2017, requesting them to remove from their editorial board any Turkish researcher who had been dismissed from their post (see original circular here). The Editorial Board of the Annals of Telecommunications would like to recall that the choice of specialists and editors rests solely within its remit and is strictly based on scientific standards. The Editorial Board is proud to include, amongst its editors and reviewers, many highly respected Turkish scientists, who have been solely selected for their expertise, regardless of their political beliefs. The Annals of Telecommunications will continue to call upon those scientists, whenever necessary, as well as to offer them publication space, irrespective of the external pressures the journal may face.